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October 14, 2018

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HillviewCane

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 18, 2018 at 11:06 AM

I think Kaaya had a worse o-line. Add his inability to run...man o man

nemo2002

Word on the street is that N'Kosi Perry won't win the Heisman Trophy this year after all.
Go figure!
Go Canes!

Terrance Sullivan

Soup and KYCane the baseball schedule has been announced and unfortunately the weekend we planned for the Four Play they will be playing the Gators in Gainesville. They open the season at home the weekend before against Rutgers on February 15-17th. but on that weekend no basketball men's or women's still waiting and holding out hope for Women's Tennis we will see how their schedule is and we will make everything official. Go Canes!

SOUP

Over 400 comments? People are FIRED UP!

SOUP

TSully...we can change the dates if necessary?

Terrance Sullivan

Yes Sir Soup! Matter of Fact I will book for February 15-17 at Gables INN just to be on safe side and we can cancel whatever weekend we do not use.

Old Skool

Well this could make college basketball more interesting. ESPN reported the following

"the NBA's G League is creating a new venture as an alternative to the one-and-done route for the best American basketball prospects, it was announced Thursday.

As part of a newly formed professional path starting in the summer of 2019, the G League will offer "Select Contracts" worth $125,000 to elite prospects who are at least 18 years old but not yet eligible for the NBA draft.

The G League will target recent or would-be high school graduates who otherwise would have likely spent just one season playing college basketball, enticing them not only with a six-figure salary but also the opportunity to benefit from NBA infrastructure, as well as a bevy of off-court development programs "geared toward facilitating and accelerating their transition to the pro game," league president Malcolm Turner told ESPN.

Without the restrictions of the NCAA's amateurism rules, players will also be free to hire agents, profit off their likenesses and pursue marketing deals from sneaker companies and the like, which could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars in endorsement opportunities to top prospects."

Terrance Sullivan

Soup, KYCane I have us booked at Gables Inn for February 15-17th as well. We can pick the weekend at a later time.

SOUP

NEW BLOG IS UP!

TruCane81

Can’t it be countered that when he opened it up a little with Malik the result was completion, completion...fluttering duck picked off and returned into Virginia territory?

Not disagreeing with you, just curious.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 18, 2018 at 02:04 PM


The only way to keep Malik from throwing picks is to not throw.

The only way to keep Perry from throwing picks is to not throw.

We will have to live with some turnovers.

Run, run, pass, shank or run, run, run shank has the same effect.

But if we do that, the offense is pure bust. Mixing it up and having a robust short passing game FROM THE OPENING DRIVE to the final drive gives us a chance at the boom.

But we can be more creative running.

The empty jet motion has been successful. Where are the follow up plays to that? Why not run the same concept with 10 personnel and have two backs, one in the slot?

This conceding defeat when we have stuff that works and is abandoned really gets me. It is getting to the players too.

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