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February 19, 2019

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roachcane77

Let's Go CANES! SWEEP!!!

nemo2002

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86Cane

We are not paying above a 100 dollars per ticket because we can simply go to Twin Peaks and have a good time and call it a Day.

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | February 19, 2019 at 04:48 PM

U got that right!

86Cane

We ALL know that the Canes are going to be Da Gatahs 34-13 anyway so what's the big deal?

Terrance Sullivan

Yes Sir 86.

HillviewCane

The avg ticket price for the Duke vs UNC basketball game is $2,673...amateur my azz

HillviewCane

I am sorry according to Stubhub it's $4,670...

HillviewCane

Average

raizecane

according to stubhub, the best value for Miami vs Florida is lower sideline 132 for a measly $494.99 a piece.

raizecane

Do you know how many rounds of Vodka I can buy Soup for that price?? Lets just say he wouldn't make it till halftime.

86Cane

Hell, forget the vodka, we could buy the girls on that boat for the price of 10 tickets?

NativeCane

Talk about value!.... Spent all my money on beer, boats and broads.... The rest I just wasted!

Dem Canes!!!

Terrance Sullivan

BTW I booked the Hilton Garden Inn Orlando at SeaWorld for Labor Day Weekend. Now the Breakfast does not come included but it is 40 Dollars Cheaper Than The Hampton Inn over the weekend or saving 20 dollars a night Hell we can get breakfast cheaper than 20 dollars daily lol. But I have Both Hotels Booked. Mark you territory on Rooms, I will cancel all rooms not spoken for by Friday August 16th.

NativeCane

Thanks Terrance!

Terrance Sullivan

Native AnyTime Brotha!

KYcane

Go Canes

What were tickets going for on UM website?

BigWindyCane1

#Canes commits in new Rivals 250:
WR Bryan Robinson (77 - moved up 37 spots) and
Don Chaney Jr. (89 - up 7 spots)
Samuel Aneale (102)
Dominic Mamarelli (221)
Jaiden Francois (239)
Tre'Von Riggins (242)

6 of 9 commits are on the list, and all are from the State of Florida. We will see if the staff can keep them committed. There are others who are current targets, such as QB Carson Beck in at 83 (previously unranked).

nemo2002

Thanks BWC1.

AeroCane

Big windy
I think Francois is going to get a huge jump in the rankings - Jmo


Go Canes!!


Posted by: KYcane | February 20, 2019 at 01:01 PM

Lower bowl started at $100 and went as high as $250 the closer you got to midfield.

I ended up with lower bowl endzone because their website not working properly for an hour.

BigWindyCane

I forgot to add DT Willie Moise, who was not rated and now is ranked #209.

7 of 9 Canes commits ranked in the top 250.

BigWindyCane

Aero,
a player from Dade with 12 interceptions has to be good, but Francois SPARQ score wasn’t elite, so I think that plays a role in determining his ranking.

thirstybuzzardcane

Go Canes

What were tickets going for on UM website?

Posted by: KYcane | February 20, 2019 at 01:01 PM

https://hurricanesports.com/documents/2019/1/25/UM_vs_UF_Pricing_Map_1_24_19.pdf

thirstybuzzardcane

Canes up 10-4 Top of 8th against FAU. Looks like the Canes might have bats this year! This might be a fun year! FAU is 3-0 so far this season.....they played a series vs. Cincinnati

thirstybuzzardcane

FYI....We have a huge series this weekend against the turds this weekend. All games will be televised on the SEC Network.

thirstybuzzardcane

Don't mind my grammar!!!....LOL

Herbieibis

Francios's ran a 4.64 forty recently, so as good as he is at CB in high school the dude is probably going to have to play safety unless he can knock that forty time down.

Terrance Sullivan

Canes Beat FAU 11-4. Make the Tournament and all will be well again. Go Canes!

thirstybuzzardcane

Not sure if anyone seen the full cut interview, but this guy is a keeper!

https://youtu.be/hpJir3A1GYs

Go Canes!!

When UM spring practice begins in a month, here’s one of many things the coaches need to determine:

Which of the Class of 2018 players are ready for significant playing time?

Cornerbacks D.J. Ivey and Al Blades Jr. and defensive tackle Nesta Silvera displayed flashes last year, and all will be needed for larger roles.

Three freshmen who redshirted last season — cornerback-turned-striker Gilbert Frierson and cornerback Nigel Bethel — and defensive tackle Jordan Miller also will get a long look.

So will Patrick Joyner Jr., who adapted adequately to his move from linebacker to defensive end and ended up redshirting.

Then there’s safety Gurvan Hall, who appeared in 10 games — mostly on special teams — and will be in the mix to compete with Bubba Bolden, Amari Carter and Robert Knowles for playing time in the wake of the departures of seniors Jaquan Johnson and Sheldrick Redwine. (Bolden isn’t yet enrolled.)

But the most intriguing of the group of second-year defensive players?

Redshirt freshman defensive end Gregory Rousseau.

He was a terror all offseason last year — collecting nine sacks in three spring scrimmages — before he sustained a fractured right ankle injury in the second game of the season, requiring season-ending surgery.

“He has a chance to be special,” defensive line coach Jess Simpson said. “But thinking about it and hoping for it is something different. We have to go do it.”

Had he not been injured, Simpson envisioned Rousseau last year playing on “the third down package for sure. When I looked at Greg, [what stood out was] his ability to gain ground on the edge and get pressure and push the pocket. His long limbs and batting balls and sacking the quarterback.”

Rousseau has a good chance to be UM’s No. 3 end, with Jon Garvin and Virginia Tech transfer Trevon Hill the likely starters. Simpson said he should be fine, health-wise, for spring ball, which begins March 19.

Silvera had 13 tackles, including 1.5 for loss, in seven games and will compete with Pat Bethel, Jon Ford and Chigozie Nnoruka for two starting defensive tackle jobs.

Silvera has “really, really done well and it was cool for him to see those old guys and the way they approached their work,” Simpson said of departing seniors Gerald Willis and Tito Odenigbo.

Miller played in only one game last season (Savannah State) and remains something of a project.

Does Simpson believe he will be able to help this season?

“I want him to be able to help us,” he said. “His body is changing. His knowledge of fundamentals and schemes have changed. Super kid, great heart, wants to do things right.”

As for the four second-year cornerbacks, all will compete with freshmen Christian Williams and Te’Cory Couch for playing time alongside Trajan Bandy.

Ivey and Blades both flashed potential last season.

“Ivey played the most snaps [of the four freshmen], Blades five snaps behind him,” cornerbacks coach Mike Rumph said.

“Al came in and learned nickel and corner, which is amazing for a freshman. I look for three things. I look for a kid that will play hard and urgent, will tackle and communicate. The minute Al and DJ started communicating well, it was up to them to know their assignments going into those weeks. They shared reps going into every week.”

What unique skills do those two corners have?


With Ivey, it’s “his length; that helps him with tackling and taking the ball away and finishing big plays and going after the ball,” Rumph said.

“Al Blades can play almost any position on the field with his physicality and leadership ability and doing what he’s taught consistently every single time. They fit perfectly what we’re doing. They’re only going to get better. They’ve learned a tremendous amount of football from [departing senior] Michael Jackson.”

As for Frierson and Bethel, “Frierson redshirted so he got some good quality work and worked on his confidence and scout team,” Rumph said. “Remember, Michael Jackson went to the scout team early in his career and came back a whole other person. Nigel Bethel the same way, got some scout team work and put on 14 pounds of muscle.”

Frierson will compete with Derrick Smith Jr. for playing time behind Romeo Finley at the striker position.

▪ Former UM coach Mark Richt will make his return to UM’s campus Saturday when he works the annual All-Pro dads event. But he told organizers that he has no intention of speaking to reporters or discussing his decision to retire.


Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/article226505445.html#storylink=cpy

Go Canes!!

Nike’s new slogan “Just blew it”

thirstybuzzardcane

Florida just lost their weekday games to USF and North Florida. Hopefully, we can win the series, and I think we have a pretty good chance to do so!

Florida's lost all of their starting pitching last year, they we're the catalyst of their success the few years.

thirstybuzzardcane

Nike’s new slogan “Just blew it”

Posted by: Go Canes!! | February 21, 2019 at 08:38 AM


LOL! That kid is going to get some kind of big endorsement deal.