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January 12, 2019

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CanesSince1992

Predictions this week:

Jalen Hurts signs
Jeff Thomas returns
Tate signs
Lawrence Cager returns

Posted by: TonyCane | January 14, 2019 at 12:11 AM

0 for 1

Posted by: CaneSince1982 | January 14, 2019 at 06:55 PM

Correction: 1 for 1

solarcane

Willis went from being talented but
a pure dick, to team MVP under Manny.

Manny gets Thomas head Right no telling what we see.

I got a feeling Thomas coming back was met with mixed emotions in the locker room.

One thing for certain our receiving and return team just got 100% better

TonyCane

We back!

And so is Jeff Thomas! Best of luck to him next year. Surest way to make it to the next level. Kudos for taking responsibility (I hope) and showing the fortitude to return.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Jet. Sweep. Motion. 2019.

Herbieibis

Be nice if we got him back but ain't all that and a box of chocolates. Looks to be that he needs his ego stroked and a little pampering. Must be one of them dudes that likes to pout when he don't get his way.
The Herb can do with or without him. I'd let the players vote on taking him back and if he is let back on it comes with a no tolerance policy.
We ain't got but one football to around and 7 mouths to feed. We already have Pope who was disgruntled.
Aside from these grad. Players who are we even going after, besides Bogle. We have to have a booty of ships. At one time we had at least 11 or 12 left and that was before a few have flew the coop. After we got blanked by it seems everybody, I quit keeping up.

Terrance Sullivan

Like sands through the Hourglass so are the Canes of our lives

Herbieibis

Just got through typing all that stuff and low and behold Thomas is back

JaxCane

It's been a unique ride with plenty of stops along the way for UCLA graduate transfer DT Chigozie Nnoruka.

The Nigerian native moved to the U.S. as a toddler, then went back with his family to Nigeria as a teenager. He returned to the States for his final two years of high school, taking up football at Sacramento (Calif.) John F. Kennedy High but not earning major offers - as a senior he had 54 tackles and 10 sacks.

So he spent a year at Sacramento (Calif.) American River Community College, working under the tutelage of coaches with DI experience. They helped groom him into a major prospect - he had three sacks and eight tackles for losses as a freshman - and UCLA took a chance on the powerful big man. Nnoruka earned a starting role in 2017 - he had 10 starts and finished with 49 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and two sacks. But this past season, in a new system, he came off the bench in 11 games and had seven tackles.

Hence the transfer.

And now Miami is in good shape to land Nnoruka.

solarcane

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | January 15, 2019 at 10:39 Pm

Remember when Braxton B would knock off a couple A+ school papers,

do a little charity work,

go to the game, catch every clutch 3ed down

receive every kick like clock work,

never bitch about anything?

Man I miss that kid.

86Cane

NEW BLOG IS UP!

BigWindyCane

JT4 and Braxton Berrios are polar opposites. If the Canes had a few more players with Berrios mentality and attitude on the Canes offense this past season, the Canes would not have lost six games.

If JT4 is back, then I will cheer for him. I am not a fan of the drama though. I hope CMD knows what he is doing by taking him back. I will have to give CMD the benefit of the doubt

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