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October 09, 2018

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Go Canes!!

Good God: https://twitter.com/ap/status/1050431112667906048?s=12

AeroCane

I’d love to lingard play more but at least he may get some reps on KO and PR

CGNC

I'm still waiting for someone to have a better supporting cast than Ken Dorsey.

FIFY

Posted by: WWIN | October 10, 2018 at 09:20 PM

Yes! Agree!!!

CGNC

Anyone think the game will get postponed because this TS Michael will head to Virginia?

Terrance Sullivan

CGNC naw they will not post pone it.

Sarasota 'cane

Anyone think the game will get postponed because this TS Michael will head to Virginia?

Posted by: CGNC | October 11, 2018 at 02:43 PM

Let's ask Kanye...he'll know! LOL!

#CrayCray

Old Skool

By Saturday at 8:00 AM Michael will be east of Newfoundland in the Atlantic

Terrance Sullivan

Go on Twitter and see the new videos of the IPF Presentation today Good Gawd It Is a thing of Beauty!

WWIN

Posted by: CGNC | October 11, 2018 at 02:42 PM

Those teams were like a well oiled machine!

WWIN

Is it me or do we just sporadically throw players into the game plan every week???

So now all of a sudden Pope and Lingard will play more this week

BigWindyCane1

Currently, the weather forecast for Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday
OCT 13, is Partly Cloudy, High 62, Low °42°, precipitation 20%, winds NW 5 mph

mi@mic@ne

If they are gonna man up on our receivers with d backs we got to take advantage of their linebackers covering our backs...we need to use our speed backs who can take advantage of the open field and bust a long run.

Go Canes!!

Manny; When Warren Sapp won the Lombardi Award and the Nagurski Award in 1994, he had 12.5 tackles for loss in 11 games. Gerald Willis @gw3_9 has 12.5 tackles for loss in 6 games.

86Cane

Everytime a TE catches a pass across the middle I get flash backs

Posted by: UMike | October 11, 2018 at 11:59 AM

Drinking game: Every time an opposing TE catches a pass over the middle, you take a shot.

Now just think of this: If we did it every time a UM TE caught a pass over the middle the drinking game would be an EPIC fail (0)!

Go Canes!!

True freshman Brevin Jordan is second in the ACC in receptions and yards leads the ACC in touchdowns.

Drink up buddy.

86Cane

Over the middle you fool! How many?

When he caught his TD last week it was down the left sideline, but of course you never pay attention to details, now do you?

Go Canes!!

Well, almost all of them.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pYLKAA0OcWw

Go Canes!!

And Scott Frost is 0-5.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Is it me or do we just sporadically throw players into the game plan every week???

So now all of a sudden Pope and Lingard will play more this week

Posted by: WWIN | October 11, 2018 at 04:35 PM

It IS kind of weird. We hadnt heard much about either one really getting it together, or stepping up if you will. Last I heard Lingard couldnt block and Pope, well I hadnt read much about him period. I imagine they must be doing better; why else would Richt say they might play more?

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | October 11, 2018 at 08:33 PM

I'm guessing someone asked about them because they want to write a piece about highly touted kids not seeing the field? Or did he just come out and say it. I see a quote wbere Richt says Lingard is earning more time, nothing about Pope.

86Cane

And Scott Frost is 0-5.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 11, 2018 at 08:23 PM

Your best argument to date. Right on point Junior.

86Cane

Let's take a poll. Does Miami throw over throw over the middle more or less than other college teams?

Post MORE or LESS

Go Canes!!

Posted by: 86Cane | October 11, 2018 at 09:21 PM

Soup: Our TEs never catch the ball over the middle.

Jordan is killing it.

Soup: Yeah but not over the middle dummy!

Well here are his highlights showing most of his catches are actually over the middle.

Soup: Immediately move goalpost and make it about the whole offense.

AeroCane

Dude - richt was talking about kick offs and punt returns because JT is still a little slowed by the FSU pussy who dragged him down by the face mask

AeroCane

Less; we have an old time OC with an unsophisticated offense and therefore don’t have the plays to run over the middle effectively. However, the td to Jordan down the sideline was beautiful! Imagine how many more times we could do that, and how much easier it would be if we had some nice medium and deep ‘middle’ passes

Gin & Tonic

Miami’s run blocking needs to improve quickly.

Our running backs are awful.

Until the run game improves, every run play called looks like por play calling.

Defense will have to win the game again.

86Cane

Yes, we are widely known for throwing the ball over the middle. Everybody knows that!

solarcane

Man watching teams with half our talent execute special teams flawlessly time after time is frustrating

AeroCane

Gin
disagree re: running backs: I don’t think that homer is very good, but not awful by any means; dee jay is definitely ‘average to above average’; lingard is a superstar in waiting;
Agree re: OL; OL is not very good now regarding run blocking; I feel our ol coach is not very good and definitely is weak at recruiting;

86Cane

Man watching teams with half our talent execute special teams flawlessly time after time is frustrating

Posted by: solarcane | October 11, 2018 at 10:37 PM

THIS

solarcane

Freshman snap counts
Brevin Jordan grows up in a hurry

BARRY JACKSON
Here’s exactly how much each member of Canes’ ballyhooed freshman class has played
BY BARRY JACKSON

bjackson@miamiherald.com




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▪ As noted in my midseason awards, the five Hurricanes freshmen who have logged the most snaps all play on offense.

But what about the defensive freshmen? Perhaps the most ballyhooed of the bunch, defensive end Gregory Rousseau, is out potentially for the season with an ankle injury.

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Per Herald correspondent Daniel Gould, among natural freshmen defensive players, cornerback D.J. Ivey has the most defensive snaps (69), followed by safety Gurvan Hall (68), cornerback Al Blades (62), defensive tackle Nesta Silvera (57), defensive end Patrick Joyner (22), cornerback Gilbert Frierson (18) and cornerback Nigel Bethel and defensive tackle Jordan Miller with 10 apiece.


Rousseau played 16 snaps before his injury.


Silvera hasn’t been needed a ton because Gerald Willis (257 snaps), Pat Bethel (177), Tito Odenigbo (99) and Jon Ford (89) have all played more.

“Coming in here, he’s a big-time player, all kind of expectations outside people have put on him,” defensive line coach Jess Simpson said of Silvera. “He’s done a super job of managing that, has really got to a good place where he just focused on today and trying to get a little bit better.”


Because of need at tight end and on the offensive line and, to an extent, at receiver, UM has relied more on freshmen on offense than defense.

The natural freshmen with the most offensive or defensive snaps, in order: Tight end Brevin Jordan 352, receivers Brian Hightower and Dee Wiggins 138 apiece, tight end Will Mallory 118 and offensive tackle DJ Scaife 112.

Here are the other offensive snap counts for freshman, per Gould: receiver Mark Pope 53, running back Lorenzo Lingard 26, offensive tackle John Campbell 21, receiver Marquez Ezzard 19, guard Cleveland Reed 18, running back Cam Davis 16, quarterback Jarren Williams 9 and fullback Realus George 9.


FYI: Though Miami’s five freshmen defensive backs have all played, the top seven in snap counts in UM’s secondary are more experienced players: Michael Jackson (314), Sheldrick Redwine (297), Trajan Bandy (215), Jaquan Johnson (183; missed two games with injury); Jhavonte Dean (129), Amari Carter (128) and Robert Knowles (98

WWIN

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | October 11, 2018 at 08:33 PM

Sounds like he's trying to make em happy! You wanna win Haselwood over but you already have a 5☆ WR riding the bench. During camp they were saying Pope is too good to not play early... now all of a sudden he doesn't know what to do! 😂😂😂

Lingard and Pope should be on KR and PR anyways... THOMAS and Dallas are not the answer!

86Cane

Play The Pope!

WWIN

What Soup said!

WWIN

And is Greentree some type of magical oasis???

We heard...

Rosier was better, accuracy improved, he was checking em into better plays, making the defense defense pay for blitzing. 1st unit o-line was good, Donaldson was solid at tackle. Knowles was better, Pope was too good to keep off the field...etc...etc...

Or is somebody blind, playing the wrong players, or a combination of both?

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: WWIN | October 11, 2018 at 11:23 PM

Richt has a history of easing players in, tends to play guys with better physiques earlier than those with elite speed or football ability. I dont think Richt would play games with current players to land a recruit, not ever. Haselwood isnt even that important to us if we are being honest.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: WWIN | October 11, 2018 at 11:54 PM

Or maybe thats just coach speak and he doesnt anyone an explanation?

MLAlumni1970

I worry a lot about the game on Sat. Am I the only one?
Too bad we can't dress the "oldies" in the current uniforms, and let them bust all their touchdown moves.
But, Ed Reed may have to shave his beard!!
The CANES get NO respect.

MLAlumni1970

I still Love Ken Dorsey. Awkward kid throwing, but look out, his throws were stupendous. Just loved that kid.
Does anyone know what he is doing now?? The U should have made him the Quarterback Coach years ago.
And Richt shouldn't be the offensive guy either. Handsome guy, but way too conservative.
I bet he's not on TOP!!

solarcane

Haselwood isnt even that important to us if we are being honest.

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | October 12,


I agree Dude,
receivers are not a priority right now, we need to spend time finding a real punter, kicker and special teams coach

WWIN

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | October 12, 2018 at 12:01 AM

Nah... that ain't it

WWIN

Haselwood isnt even that important to us if we are being honest.

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | October 12, 2018 at 12:00 AM

He's important for recruiting purposes! And at some point we have to start winning the recruiting wars with the top dogs. If Haselwood is better than any WR on our roster wouldn't it be good to get him?

solarcane

Haselwood is better than any WR on our roster wouldn't it be good to get him?

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2018 a.

WINN
Hes the best receiver in high school
Jeff Thomas is one of the best receivers in college. I dont know if Haselwood would be better than Thomas right now.
Jordan has proved some high school kids can live up to their hype though

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2018 at 12:21 AM

That makes sense, Im just saying on our board he should still be ranked behind a lot of way more important guys (that we STILL havent landed).

1. 5* OT E. Neal
2. 4* DT B. Ingraham
3. 4* DE K. Bogle
4. 4* DE J.J. Weaver
5. 4* DE L. Summerall
6. 4* FS T. Stevenson
7. 5* CB A. Dent
8. 5* WR J. Haselwood
9. 4* TE K. Zipperer
10. 4* QB S. Howell

I dont know how much we are in it for any of these kids. but if the assumption is that we could land those kids, that would be my order of importance.

Go Canes!!

Every kid develops different. There are also things CMR may require, like going to class and showing an ability to handle certain other off field responsibilities, that other coaches may not.

That's not going to change.

Imo talent alone won't get you on the field. Knowing the playbook, understanding your blocking assignments and practicing hard every day factor in almost as much.

CMR and his coaches know whats going on with these kids better than any of us so I seriously doubt these sentences have been uttered at Greentree recently:

"Oh crap, there are Pope and Lingard, those kids we forgot about. Let's get them some plays."

or

"Shoot if we want to land that Haselwood kid, we need to play those other five stars we got last season."

No program in the country plays freshmen like we do, imo they just have to earn their snaps.

Go Canes!!

Man watching teams with half our talent execute special teams flawlessly time after time is frustrating

Posted by: solarcane | October 11, 2018 at 10:37 PM

It's been catastrophically bad in all respects. Kicking, punting and return coverage.

I guess that's Hartley's gig which puts us in a bind. He, followed by Dugan are BY FAR our best recruiters and he's done a really good job develping our TEs. But he's been an epic fail when it comes to coaching our special teams.

We're giving up way too many yards, a penalty on practically every return and our punting has been abhorrant.

This is a bigger issue than play calling imp.

Go Canes!!


Agree with Coach Diaz 100%. .

“What I loved is the difference between how we handled adversity in the LSU game as opposed to the FSU game. The games were very similar. Really, we were playing well and the field position was stacked dramatically against us in the first half. We gave up a touchdown when weren’t on the field defensively. We almost ended up in the exact same score as we were in the LSU game. LSU game we got very negative. There was no response.

“This game, the opposite. One of my favorite thing was after [Sheldrick] Redwine’s fumble, the attitude of our team on the field, celebrating. We were still down 20 points. Really, the attitude of the stadium, the fans’ part too. Theoretically, you’d say, ‘we’re still down 20.’ But it was not that way. It was very positive. As it was as if we believed that, at that moment, that that was a play that would turn the game around. It’s easy to say in hindsight. But at that moment, our guys were very upbeat and positive. That is where, from me, they get the most credit.”

Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article219546575.html#storylink=cpy

raizecane

I know a lot on here complain about the play calling and i do understand. But after watching the FSU game again, he went for it on 4th down not once, not twice but three times.

Had even one of those had failed, CMR would have been blasted on here so lets at least give kudos for having a set of balls going for it. It's a huge reason why we won that game.

86Cane

1. But he's been an epic fail when it comes to coaching our special teams

2. This is a bigger issue than play calling imp.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 12, 2018 at 05:46 AM

1. We all can agree on this.

2. If it is so important (we agree) then something needs to be done about it. The coaching positions need to change or be restructured. Whether changes happen at OC, QB Coach or whatever we need a F/T special teams coach with extenisve experience and demonstrated competency in the critical area. It is 1/3 of the game after all. It cannot be ignored.

86Cane

I know a lot on here complain about the play calling and i do understand. But after watching the FSU game again, he went for it on 4th down not once, not twice but three times.

Posted by: raizecane | October 12, 2018 at 09:27 AM

Raize...this is true and he does deserve credit for being aggressive and going for it. However, it was stated here previously by another blogger that ONE of the reasons he is motivated (or has to?) go for it is because the special teams are so bad there is a calculus of risk vs reward.

Go Canes!!

Maybe we should wait til Perry has perhaps 4-5 freshman starts before fire anyone.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: 86Cane | October 12, 2018 at 09:51 AM

Maybe he goes for it so much on 4th down because he has total confidence in his defense.

Terrance Sullivan

Knowles should not see the field anymore period. I rather see preferred walk-on's play before him. He is Evan Sherriffs awful.

86Cane

Maybe we should wait til Perry has perhaps 4-5 freshman starts before fire anyone.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 12, 2018 at 10:14 AM

This once again has NOTHING to do with the point being argued, which is at this time special teams.

86Cane

Maybe he goes for it so much on 4th down because he has total confidence in his defense.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 12, 2018 at 10:15 AM

Maybe he goes for it on 4th down so much because his play calling is so horrendous that we can't get first downs on the first three plays of the drive like most other teams do?

#WhatAConcept

86Cane

He is Evan Sherriffs awful.

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | October 12, 2018 at 10:32 AM

He's definitely no Gray Crow.

86Cane

Gray Crow’s playing time as a Miami Hurricane quarterback was limited to two games as a redshirt freshman, but his generosity will be broad reaching.

Crow, a former three-star recruit out of Clearwater Countryside when he arrived at UM in January of 2012 to participate in spring football, not only is donating $5,000 toward the Carol Soffer Football Indoor Practice Facility, but he has made a planned gift to UM, which in the future would set up a $500,000 endowment fund in his name to provide football scholarship support.

The commitment was his way of giving back to the Hurricanes, who gave him a scholarship that allowed him to not only play football, but to graduate in December of 2015 as a political science major.

86Cane

NCAA Football Stats 2018: First Downs

#12 UCF 148 in 5 games
#14 FAU 147 in 6 games
#47 UM 123 in 6 games

But be glad we are NOT FSU:

#104 FSU 101 in 6 games

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 12, 2018 at 05:46 AM

I wanted Shane Beamer... what a fit he would have been.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: 86Cane | October 12, 2018 at 10:36 AM

You’ve been talking about both.

He went for it inside the 10 against FIU.

He went for it at midfield against FSU.

Neither has to do with special teams. He’s being aggressive and trusting his D.

WWIN

Posted by: solarcane | October 12, 2018 at 12:50 AM

You left out the word 'if' from my post.

Just saying we don't know... maybe he is better than our other receivers. Jeff Thomas doesn't have the size that Haselwood has.

WWIN

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | October 12, 2018 at 12:59 AM

I definitely get what you're saying and I feel the same as you... we really don't need a WR... but pulling a kid of his caliber might make our other targets say you know what, if someone like him wants to go to UM I should jump on board too... and might help us land another QB this cycle.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2018 at 10:52 AM

💯

Terrance Sullivan

86 He is definitely no Gray Crow. Dude is a Legend!

His Majesty The Dude on High

ATTN Big Windy!!!

Have you seen much of *** CB Jarvis Brownlee play much? I cant figure out why the kid isnt a 4*, kid looks like a total stud to me. He plays fast & angry, hes got size, speed and agility.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2018 at 10:52 AM

That top 10 board could go a bad way in a hurry... we have got to start closing these kids.

solarcane

Jeff Thomas doesn't have the size that Haselwood has.

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2018 at 10:49 AM

WWINN

Neither did Santana Moss
If Pope can get on the field I dont think anyone touches our crew.

I get what you are saying about the recruiting cred.
Lingard influenced some kids decisions I beleive that is true.
A lot can happen between now and signing day.

WWIN

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 12, 2018 at 05:37 AM

I agree with the majority of this post except the part where you act as if this staff is too good to make blunders. In case you don't know... this staff isn't great or perfect by any means. We have a LOT of WR's to keep happy, so it wouldn't be unbelievable to think that one or a few of them are upset about playing time.

solarcane

Yahoo or hoo-ha or what ever they are news


There were hints earlier this week that the Virginia Cavaliers would reveal a new look for Saturday night’s game vs. the Miami Hurricanes.

That proved to be true as the Wahoos are going with a new uniform combination at home for the first time this season.

Virginia will be wearing blue helmets, blue jerseys, and blue pants.

— Virginia Football (@UVAFootball) October 12, 2018
UVA faces Miami at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday. The game will be televised on ESPN2.

Game Notes courtesy of VirginiaSports:


UVA Back in Action After Bye Week

• Virginia returns to home for its first ACC Coastal matchup of 2018 as the Miami Hurricanes come to Scott Stadium.


• UVA is 28-31 all-time when coming off a bye week and 1-1 under head coach Bronco Mendenhall, defeating Duke (28-21) in 2017.

• The game will be televised live on ESPN2 and kick is set for 7 p.m.

It is Homecomings in Charlottesville


• Saturday is Homecomings at UVA and the Cavaliers own a 46-45-2 (.505) all-time Homecomings record.

• UVA's last win on Homecomings was in 2015 when the

Cavaliers defeated Syracuse, 44-38, in three overtimes.


Virginia vs. Miami

• This is the 16th meeting between the Coastal Division rivals. With UVA winning four of the last eight

meetings, Miami leads the series by three games, 9-6.

• Miami won the first three games in the series (1996, 2004, 2005), but it's been a 6-6 draw since.

• Since the Hurricanes' arrival in the Atlantic Coast Conference (2004), Miami leads the series narrowly, 8-6.

Five Top Storylines


• Saturday is the earliest date on the schedule that UVA has ever played Miami and is only the third time the game has been contested in the month of October. UVA is 2-0 against Miami in the 10th month of the year, winning in 2010 (Oct. 30) at Scott Stadium, 24-19, and in 2011 (Oct. 27) on a Thursday night at current Hard Rock Stadium, 28-21.

• Since ACC Divisional play began in 2005, this marks the first season UVA has not played an ACC Coastal team in either of its first two conference games. UVA started the ACC slate with games against Louisville and NC State from the Atlantic Division.

• Virginia has rushed for 959 yards through its first five games of 2018. It's only the third time since 2000 the Cavaliers have rushed for at least 900 yards through their first five games. The only year UVA rushed for more than this year's squad during that spand was the 2004 season (1,375).

• HB Olamide Zaccheaus is the only active player in the nation with at least 2,000 career receiving yards (2,196) and 450 career rushing yards (490). There is no other active player that even has 1,500 career receiving yards and 450 career rushing yards.

• QB Bryce Perkins is one of 10 FBS quarterbacks since 2000 to record 1,100+ passing yards, 340+ rushing yards, 11+ passing touchdowns and 3+ rushing touchdowns through the first five games of the season

solarcane

DJ Dallas has 29 yards rushing more than Virginia's quarterback.

This is worrisome

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: solarcane | October 12, 2018 at 11:22 AM

He's very fast. We must push the pocket into his face and Garvin & Jackson must seal him in. If Mike & Trajan do their job. On the other side the OL has got to do better, they are missing assignments and getting bullied way too often. Searles should coaching for his job right now because his unit has been a disorganized sh*t shoe since the day he arrived, he has more than enough talent there, we shouldnt be that poor. Offense needs to make sure this isnt a game.

orange 'n green in the vein

For mi@'s eyes only, turn it on quarter speed and 1080p clairity:

https://youtu.be/ULMIl2uJp78?t=14

(Right foot steps out at the 22 yard line, no whistle, no review, all good ole boy network. ijs . . .)

His Majesty The Dude on High

*If Mike & Trajan do their job we should be fine.*

Terrance Sullivan

OGV great stuff and UGH at Robert Knowles smh.

solarcane

Dude
you werent s**ting when you said he is fast. check out the hurdle.

I hope Carter pummels him early so he thinks twice about this crap

https://youtu.be/LfMFjNUE1x4

86Cane

Go Canes....I don't believe this is a scenario where one person has to be right and the other one wrong. I think it is a situation of "all of the above". I think Richt considers all of the factors we are discussing BEFORE going for it on 4th down and being what we call "aggressive".

I believe like you that he feels he can trust his defense but if he felt the same way about his special teams he probably would punt in some of those situations. Clearly based on their performance, he shouldn't, and doesn't.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: solarcane | October 12, 2018 at 12:32 PM

Yep. Weve got to push the pocket in his face like I said. Thing is, a kid with that much speed is GOING to make some plays. Thats why the O needs to make sure these guys arent hanging around.

Miami 38, UVA 20.

solarcane

Team overall efficiency

Think our play calling and special teams are wasting one of the best defenses we have had in a decade or so?

http://www.espn.com/college-football/statistics/teamratings/_/tab/efficiency

solarcane

What was there,
2 teams in the entire country with worse special teams?

86Cane

Solar...teams simply can't afford to consistently give up that much field position on special teams coupled with an inconsitent offense to boot. Seems like a recipe for failure sooner or later?

His Majesty The Dude on High

Charles Perry has left the team. Hes taking a redshirt and transferring for his Senior year. Best wishes Charles.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2018 at 11:17 AM

In the last 48 hours I’ve said they dropped the ball by not recruiting a QB, called CMR’s play calling atrocious at times and said our special teams are a disaster.

\_(ツ)_/¯

Go Canes!!

Posted by: 86Cane | October 12, 2018 at 02:29 PM

Completely agree

Terrance Sullivan

Miami 27 Virginia 24

herbieibis

Richt goes for on 4TH down because one he has no faith in our kickers.
Hasselwood, although the number 1 WR, he is not blazing fast.
The Herb looks for us to Get:
Neal
Bogle
Ingrahm
Zepperer
The rest of those guys I'd say are 50/50 at best.
Weaver is probably Kentucky right now.
Wyndemeyer is a Texas A&M lean.
Stevenson is either us or Georgia
Howell is verballed to FSU but wouldn't be surprised if the Heels didn't get him.
Hasselwood is leaning our way at present.
Look For us to flip Nunn if we don't get Stevenson or maybe we get both.

As The Herb stated earlier Richt will keep the game close, with the play calling. He just don't have the killer instinct. We should be bum rushing the teams but he is old school, run as much as possible, don't turn the ball over, flip the field, and let the defense take the game over. 27-17 A Struggle.

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | October 12, 2018 at 03:41 PM

Yeah, about there seems right to me too, possibly a first to 30 game if both offenses can get off to a fast start?

86Cane

Completely agree

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 12, 2018 at 03:28 PM

Reunited and it feels so good...

86Cane

UM 34 - UVA 13

Terrance Sullivan

Exactly OGV!

raizecane

Miami 27 Virginia 24

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | October 12, 2018 at 03:41 PM

*********************************

Im not liking this score. It's just a panic attack waiting to happen.

86Cane

It's just a panic attack waiting to happen.

Posted by: raizecane | October 12, 2018 at 06:11 PM

If that is the case, I will not be posting during the game. I don't think this will happen, in fact I believe UM will go up large early, like 24-10 and then win by the score of, wait for it, let it marinate...

UM 34 - UVA 13.

raizecane

who is gonna to be the first to snap on canspace after the 1st failed 3rd down conversion?

Mark from Atl

Just win baby for the love of God...just win! I’m still hungover from last week!
But I think this is a tough game for our Canes...really hope to see the offense lead the way and let the defense mop them up and close it out.
Would love to see the run game strong and enable single coverage on our WRs and TEs, and of course passes to the RBs.
A broken record- I’m stopping here...
My heart = U 34-20
My aching head and increasing heart rate = U 31-27
God bless you and your family and Go Canes!
Get some for 60 minutes!

solarcane

54 yd punt 6 usf players on the tackle
Makes me sick r

solarcane

6 Tulsa on the tackle sorry

86Cane

God bless you and your family and Go Canes!
Get some for 60 minutes!

Posted by: Mark from Atl | October 12, 2018 at 07:44 PM

AMEN

TonyCane

Miami 52 Virginia 21

My wife thinks Miami 24, Virginia 14

TonyCane

Erick Flowers cut by Giants

TruCane81

The Giants online has been a mess for a while.

Too bad.

I’m not a huge fan, but Barkley is SPECIAL.

They looked clean as hell in the throw backs. Giants on the helmet and all white.

The gray pants and the goofy looking ny is one of the worst uniforms in the league.

DallasTX Cane

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | October 12, 2018 at 04:32 PM

U both think our D gives up 20+?? That due to UVA’s QB & that speedster WR? Plus history of under-performance when Canes travel the last 10-15 years?

I’m thinking (hoping) Canes D keeps playing at high level - aggressive & confident.

28-17 CANES

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