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February 06, 2019

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CGNC

Our new punter looks like a bad-a$$ LOL

CGNC

86 - I hear you on the tickets - if CMR had stayed we would not have renewed, but since we have an interesting and feisty head coach, we did renew.

CGNC

VA - I have a feeling pornboy and pothead are still around for depth issues as CMD needed to see what we could add in the way of the QB position. Transferring may not be out of the question yet.

raizecane

VA - I have a feeling pornboy and pothead are still around for depth issues as CMD needed to see what we could add in the way of the QB position. Transferring may not be out of the question yet.

Posted by: CGNC | February 07, 2019 at 01:03 PM

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It's almost sad that one of the two didn't do a porn while smoking weed. What nickname would we have gone with then?

"up in smoke" ?

NativeCane

Also, he’s got an extremely large athletic lower body, which makes him very flexible and very explosive

Posted by: solarcane | February 07, 2019 at 11:32 AM

I wish somebody would write about me that way.

Posted by: Old Skool | February 07, 2019 at 11:38 AM

But you are flexible and explosive in a rowboat......

VA Cane

I would agree CGNC....its some depth mainly for ink and reporters.
I say Tate and Williams are the prime movers.....Perry played a good deal....and made 2 interesting videos $ and sex....and Weldon did not play...but smoked some good stufff...might have done a few bongs with CMR.....who sounded stoned on ESPN or at least looked stoned.......

solarcane

VA,Native,

Listening to Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Born in Chicago
Mike Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop on guitar Paul Butterfield on harp and vocals.

Thinking about how no bands today have this kind of soul and honesty.

If these guys had played at the Super Bowl a whole new generation would have said...oh so this is what a real band with a real singer sounds like.


https://youtu.be/kCjFRNWN3o4

TonyCane

I heard this morning that Zion has gotten up to 263lbs. Still a ways to go...

raizecane

Good choice Solar.......

One of my favs.......https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R82OM5tzcrk

VA Cane

Awesome record that first Butterfield blues LP.....Solar I have been buying records since I was 6.....started with singles and Stones Beatles my older cousin got me into that stuff at about 7 or 8.....I have the first Butterfield in gold label Elektra Mono....Red label stereo and an English version......thats some smoking stuff....Shake your Moneymaker, Got My Mojo working, Mystery Chain, Love is Driftin.....that whole lp rocks!!! Great stuff solar!!!

solarcane

Raize
Hell yes!

Saw them with MTB,Charlie Daniels, and Wet Willie for 6 bucks

VA Cane

Nice raize.....I agree....another great long jam is live version of 24 hours At A Time by Marshall Tucker Band

Heres a couple more by Fleetwood Mac....way before Stevie and Lindsay were thought of....The Original Fleetwood Mac...Accept no imitations! Make no mistake this was...and always will be Peter Greens band....check his playing....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ8AcEYTEFY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxux5LdmjQU

VA Cane

Same here solar.....same tour in Roanoke VA $6 for incredible music.....great great stuff!!!!

Old Skool


Also, he’s got an extremely large athletic lower body, which makes him very flexible and very explosive

Posted by: solarcane | February 07, 2019 at 11:32 AM

I wish somebody would write about me that way.

Posted by: Old Skool | February 07, 2019 at 11:38 AM

But you are flexible and explosive in a rowboat......

Posted by: NativeCane | February 07, 2019 at 02:01 PM

Thank you, Native. I should note that it's a single seat rowboat, not the type with a bunch of guys sitting one behind the other as they look at another guy telling them to stroke, stroke, stroke. Anyone stroking that goes on, I'm doing it on my own.

Old Skool

Please note: I'm not violating any Canespace rules with the previous comment.

Old Skool

Err that should have read' Any stroking that goes on, I'm doing on my own' Distracted typing.

NativeCane

To fully appreciate the Paul Butterfield sound listen to album at full volume....

Old Skool

Bleacher Report article on 10 Big Name Recruits who screwed up in their school selection. It contains two familiar names: Ja'Darien Boykin and Kenny McIntosh.

https://tinyurl.com/ybxtf8w2

solarcane

skool,
brotha you are right on the edge looking down.lol

Probably better for us to drop talking about the man in the boat so to speak

Old Skool

For anyone who wants to get into the weeds regarding why old songs sound better. Here's an article detailing the high compression, low dynamic range (relatively loud sound of current hits) versus the no or low compression and high dynamic range of the oldies

https://tinyurl.com/yazda6v9

VA Cane

Nice OS.....a lot of the problem as well is digital re-mastering....you cannot beat analog music....nor can you beat the old tube amps...for stereos and instruments...and the old guitars....give me an old Fender Gibson Mosrite or Epiphone...and let me kick out the jams!!.....

I have a old Fender guitar a 64 Music Master II run through a Fender Super Reverb amp....a 1972....now i am not Jimi Hendrix by any means, but the sound from that guitar and amp is so pure and beautiful....I have a 72 McIntosh MC-2300....300 per channel....and when I rock The Stones Hendrix Old Fleetwood Mac, Butterfield, MC5, Airplane Quicksilver Dead....and many others....the volume and depth is unreal....300 per side rocks...especially wide open on a set of Klipsch speakers!!!!!!

Old Skool

I think the point is also you use speakers in a room. Many people listen to music on ear buds, cellphones or computers outside or amongst crowds or in other places with a lot of ambient noise. Thus, the compression and low dynamics often used to compensate.

VA Cane

I wish i knew who some of the people they named in the dynamics graphs were.....they arent really musicians are they?
Posers I would say....never heard of them!!!!!!
The old bands are far superior to this new ....well...stuff.....not much of it is real music that will be around forever!!!!!

CoCane

Zion Nelson weighed in at 240 at the beginning of his Senior season. The new staff said he's currently 263. If he's any good, he'll be ready to contribute as a redshirt sophomore. I have a good feeling about Nelson.

CoCane

Our transfers will allow the younger players an extra season to develop.

At the same time, add talent and experience on the field. If the new offense, S&C, OL and QB positions improve enough, next year will be special...

Yeah, I'm actually optimistic

Terrance Sullivan

Preach CoCane

solarcane

VA
Man Mosrite guitars!
The Ventures and Johnny and The Hurricanes were the shyt.

I've played drums since 1963.
One oh the first garage bands I played in was an instrumental only cover band because we couldn't sing.

Walk Don't Run, Wham, Green Onions and Last Night was our set list for real.

Later in life we figured out you just need showmanship, voice is optional
Listen to any AC/DC song that kicks ass as an example.
Keep on rock in!

VA Cane

I think the attitude on and off the field will be different....after 15 years of just horrible negative losing culture.

Now Clappy had a couple good seasons after the Fiesta Disaster....but those in the know knew it was slipping away even when we were winning some games...it never felt like before... ..after Clappy got down to mediocre.....it was all the same Onion AlPa even CMR you knew there was no WE Are Back....we ain't been back since 03....and the 10-3 CMR was certainly not a real feat....lots of luck from average talent...and you knew CMR really was going through the motions.

I see a lot of change at least in attitude and culture off the field now. MD is energized and with new coaches and some bad eggs gone...or going i hope...it looks...upbeat. You still have to do it all year round...your classes, film, weightroom, diet,practice, game day....but i like what i see and hear so far. I think maybe we see a change finally from the old inept outdated ways and culture from Clappy to CMR....not going for Back but looking forward to something new genuine and real....no more talk some and mirrors!!!!!
Go Manny!!!

VA Cane

Agreed solar I started on guitar...Christmas 63...lessons 64....and the best stuff is still the way to weave basics together in many ways and let it rock!!!!!
Love your comments and thanks OS and Native for your musical input!!!!!!!!!

solarcane

Manny is part of the changing of the guard in college head coaches.

The Urbans and Sabans are slowly dying out. The strict fatherly figure head coach template doesn't work with kids anymore

Coaches like Gundy,Dabo,Manny and even Leach interact with the players on a different level than the old guard.
There is nothing wrong with having fun while busting your ass for a change.

Manny's enthusiasm is contagious.
The other coaches, players, and fans are more fired up that I can remember since our last NC.
It didn't feel like this with Randy or Golden, or Richt.
This is The New Miami.

86Cane

Yeah, I'm actually optimistic

Posted by: CoCane | February 07, 2019 at 05:26 PM

Excuse me Sir, but U were not on the 12% bus.

If U ain't on that bus, U ain't shyte!

Is U is, or is U aint?

TruCane81

Canespace Rule Violation: Old Skool...U can't TWSS your own comment. C'mon dude!

Herbie...I know this sounds crazy BUT I am actually worried about WR most.

Posted by: 86Cane | February 07, 2019 at 10:33 AM


I’m not.

They will grow.

JT is JT.

I think Hightower breaks out and Pope will get free releases and quick passes with motion.

I think Harley is due for a solid season.

There will be drops but we will be much better than last year.

Enos is gonna do WORK. He loves 2 te and Brevin and Mallory will create HELL FOR the defense. Both can do work in the slot from 10 and 11 groupings.

I hope Enos is ready to use Dj right and not try to make him run 1 with 20 carries. We should line Dj up EVERYWHERE( be, slot, h back). I want to see him with 10-14 rushes and 5-6 passing targets a game.

The young receivers are talented and I think Enos is going to create tons of positive momentum with his approach of not square pegging guys. The offense will be fun and exciting and the contrast to Richt’s stubbornness will push the young boys over the top, regardless of some bad routes or dropped passes here and there.

We have the tools to take the pressure off of them and I think Enos will get the most out of them.

The o is gonna swing back under him just like the d did under Manny in 2016.

86Cane

It didn't feel like this with Randy or Golden, or Richt.

"This is The New Miami."

Posted by: solarcane | February 07, 2019 at 06:15 PM

Excuse me Sir but I am calling TOTAL BS!

We ALL thought Randy was gonna be that dog.

Many of us hoped Golden would be Golden.

Most of us thought that Richt would reign.

Saying that is not true is, well, simply NOT true.

TruCane81

Meant to say not make DJ rb 1, not run.

Also put him at rb, slot, hback. Not be.

Autocorrect sucks.

86Cane

Ain't nothing "new" about Miami until we win the ACC title. And Clemson ain't folding anytime soon. We should have been winning the Coastal Division for YEARS now. Even Richt won it once. Show me an ACC Title and I will show U "The New Miami". Until then I will be here watching and waiting.

86Cane

The o is gonna swing back under him just like the d did under Manny in 2016.

Posted by: TruCane81 | February 07, 2019 at 08:19 PM

Optimism run amok?

Excuse me a minute.

TonyCane...how many PPG did Miami average last season?

Go Canes!!


Posted by: 86Cane | February 07, 2019 at 08:24 PM

The PTCD is strong in this one...

VA Cane

RIP Frank Robinson....2x MVP...1 each league only guy to do so, WS MVP, AS game MVP, 1966 Triple Crown, 2,943 hits 586 HR, 1812 RBI, 294 BA...over 10,000 AB only 204 SO....first African American Mgr, Mgr of year 1989.
Great great player....saw him play for Baltimore in 60s....a REAL HOFer!!
Way too many guys in HOF that do not have the numbers...or cheated....Roy Halliday just got in with 203 wins, 2100 SOs, 3.38 ERA. He was good, and he died after he retired....but those #s are not close to HOF....heck just put em all in give everyone a participation trophy.... The Halls have to have standards that few3 ever meet....so they stay unique....IJS

86Cane

LOVE Frank Robinson!

DallasTX Cane

HOF isn’t just numbers tho VA. Different eras produce different numbers. Specialization has taken over especially when it comes to pitching. A “starter” rarely pitches more than 5 innings now. “Closers” used to go 2-3 innings. Now?... rarely more than 2-3 batters.

But in defense of numbers, no sport revolves around them more than baseball.

thirstybuzzardcane

TonyCane
I heard this morning that Zion has gotten up to 263lbs. Still a ways to go...

Posted by: TonyCane | February 07, 2019 at 02:32 PM


This kid is very strong and mobile! He would've been rated a lot higher if he was heavier. This kid will be a stud at LT. He needs play at 290 which he's not far off. I love grooming these type of guys for LT!

TonyCane


DJ Ivey was a 4 star

Posted by: Go Canes!! | February 07, 2019 at 06:24 AM

I'm using Rivals ratings, and they had him a 3 stars. I might adjust it to 247 in the future.

TonyCane

TonyCane...how many PPG did Miami average last season?

Posted by: 86Cane | February 07, 2019 at 08:27 PM

I'll go one better. Let's remove some of the noise and simply isolate it to ACC play. Here are the average points scored and allowed vs ACC opponents:

2004 (5-3): PF:28 PA:18
2005 (6-2): PF:30 PA:15
2006 (3-5): PF:16 PA:16
2007 (2-6): PF:18 PA:29
2008 (4-4): PF:28 PA:28
2009 (5-3): PF:32 PA:27
2010 (5-3): PF:26 PA:22
2011 (4-4): PF:25 PA:20
2012 (5-3): PF:35 PA:32
2013 (5-3): PF:31 PA:33
2014 (4-4): PF:29 PA:24
2015 (5-3): PF:25 PA:32
2016 (5-3): PF:30 PA:21
2017 (7-2): PF:24 PA:21
2018 (4-4): PF:25 PA:18

VA Cane

I agree DTX....but Halliday, who was a good pitcher....not even close in any numbers.....300 used to be the mark.....and even guys who won 300 were questioned....nice man nice pitcher.....not HOF JMO.....
I always felt that a guy to be great or HOF.....you got to hit 500 HRs....or have 3,000 hits 300+ BA....I dont know anymore.....hard to say there are great players in baseball now....league is watered down badly....talent is not there....way too many teams....same with NBA....even NFL could cut teams.....NBA and MLB need to trim the games back way too many of them....

TC great numbers.....by you....our #s are ...well...dismal? to say the least in some years....poor each year after 2005....but the seasons since 2003 have all been bad by our expectations and standards....

TonyCane

Optimism run amok?

Excuse me a minute.

TonyCane...how many PPG did Miami average last season?

Posted by: 86Cane | February 07, 2019 at 08:27 PM

I'll say this...we have been conditioned to expect failure.

Coker failed because he could not recruit for his offense at a level to replace outgoing talent

Shannon failed in part because he was put on a bargain level budget for staff and facilities at the same time a college football arms race had begun, and because his recruiting began to fail in the end.

Golden failed primarily for sticking with a defense antithecal to South Florida athletes. For five years we had a coach that refused to change a scheme that was simply not working. Five years of many people pointing out the obvious, but nothing changing.

Richt was the opposite. His offensive scheme failed to account for the talent of his athletes, and was ultimately as bad for Miami as D'No's schemes were for the defense. That's another three years of failure.

At minimum, it has been EIGHT YEARS with Miami suffering from either a very bad system on defense or on offense. We have not seen above average coaching on both sides of the ball simultaneously in a very, very long time.

Putting it another way, if 2016 - 2018 Manny Diaz had been defensive coordinator under Al Golden and had free reign, Golden would likely still be our coach. Or he would have gotten the head coaching job at Penn State in 2014.

If Jed Fisch had been the offensive coordinator under Mark Richt and had similar autonomy for the offense, I could see Miami only losing 2 games in 2016, 1 game in 2017, and 1 game in 2018 (make that 2 if you count the ACC title game).

We've been conditioned to believe that we're worse than we actually are. This is a talented, young roster whose primary question mark is going to be the quarterback (Williams or Tate). Talent-wise, we're on the level of Clemson from about four years ago. But we are heads and shoulders above everyone else in the Coastal. With decent coaching on both sides of the ball, I don't see why we should not go 7-1 in ACC regular season play this year.

TonyCane

TC great numbers.....by you....our #s are ...well...dismal? to say the least in some years....poor each year after 2005....but the seasons since 2003 have all been bad by our expectations and standards....

Posted by: VA Cane | February 07, 2019 at 09:58 PM

We're certainly underperforming based on the talent on hand. From 2012 - 2015 it was the defense that underperformed, handcuffed by a terrible system. For the last three years its been the offense.

Let's put it this way. The 2012 team averaged 35 points a game in ACC play. The 2018 team averaged TEN LESS. If you were to compare the offenses for each going into each season, which on paper sounds better? And which overperformed? And which underperformed?

QUARTERBACKS (2012)
Stephen Morris (3 star) (third year)
David Thompson (3 star) (first year)
Preston Dewey (3 star) (first year)
Gray Crow (3 star) (first year)

QUARTERBACKS (2018)
N'Kosi Perry (4 star) (second year)
Jarren Williams (4 star) (first year)
Malik Rozier (3 star) (fifth year)
Cade Weldon (3 star) (second year)


WIDE RECEIVERS (2012)
Davon Johnson (4 star) (fifth year)
Robert Lockhart (4 star) (first year)
Malcolm Lewis (4 star) (first year)
Kendall Thompkins (3 star) (fifth year)
Allen Hurns (3 star) (third year)
Phillip Dorsett (3 star) (second year)
Rashawn Scott (3 star) (second year)
Jontavious Carter (3 star) (first year)
D'Mauri Jones (3 star) (first year)
Herb Waters (3 star) (first year)

WIDE RECEIVERS (2018)
Mark Pope (5 star) (first year)
Lawrence Cager (4 star) (fourth year)
Ahmmon Richards (4 star) (third year)
Jeff Thomas (4 star) (second year)
Mike Harley (4 star) (second year)
Brian Hightower (4 star) (first year)
Marquez Ezzard (4 star) (first year)
Darrell Langham (3 star) (fifth year)
Evidence Njoku (3 star) (second year)
Daquris Wiggins (3 star) (first year)


TIGHT ENDS (2012)
Cory White (3 star) (fourth year)
Clive Walford (3 star) (third year)
Jake O'Donnell (3 star) (first year)
Asante Cleveland (2 star) (third year)


TIGHT ENDS (2018)
Brevin Jordan (4 star) (first year)
Will Mallory (4 star) (first year)
Michael Irvin (3 star) (third year)
Brian Polendey (3 star) (third year)


RUNNING BACKS (2012)
Duke Johnson (5 star) (first year)
Mike James (4 star) (fourth year)
Eduardo Clements (4 star) (third year)
Maurice Hagens (3 star) (third year)
Danny Dillard (3 star) (first year)

RUNNING BACKS (2018)
Lorenzo Lingard (5 star) (first year)
Deejay Dallas (4 star) (second year)
Camron Davis (4 star) (first year)
Trayone Gray (3 star) (fifth year)
Travis Homer (3 star) (third year)
Robert Burns (3 star) (second year)
Realus George (3 star) (first year)
Crispian Atkins (unranked) (third year)

86Cane

So Points For (PF) we scored less last year (25) than in 2016 when Richt took over?

Predictions: Next year what will out PF be?

TonyCane

Yep. I attribute that to more experienced, good talent on offense (Njoku, Coley, Walton, and Kayaa), coupled with a superstar WR in Richards.

Terrance Sullivan

86 Spitting Straight Facts.

86Cane

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