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September 23, 2019

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solarcane

Winning the ACC Coastal is looking like a very tough task

Posted by: BigWindyCane | September 28, 2019

Windy
We might finish 3ed if we tighten up.

DuvalCane


#TheNewCarolina tied with UNC at halftime 14-14.

UNC was 1-7 last season in the ACC?

Coaching matters

Posted by: BigWindyCane | September 28, 2019 at 05:05 P

Did UNC have a different coach against Appalachian State last week?

alpine

Did UNC have a different coach against Appalachian State last week?
Posted by: DuvalCane | September 28, 2019 at 05:47 PM

well-played!


(+ pitt example today)

BigWindyCane

Good question Duval.

Speaking of good coaching, Appalachian State is 3-0. Glad we played Central Michigan and not them last week.

VA Cane

UVA OL looks like UM OL they have given up 7 sacks, a scoop and score and a long return on another fumble. UVA is good.....but not real good. They are shell shocked. ND is pretty good....8 sacks....a lot of them are because of good coverage down field....ND is a Top 10 team.....UVA is in the Top 30....low rank....Us? Top 60 or so....not real good.....I look at us as 0-2 as we beat some kindergarten teams.....Sad program here now

Clemson would have us down 50-0.....like I said Clelin told me UM was so average so unorganized so sad....he told me Dabo asked them to go ez on UM as CMR is a good guy....true story!!!!

VA Cane

UM vs Clemson 50-0...UNC a chance to win!!!!

solarcane

And just like that

BigWindyCane

UNC played Clemson close. The coaches had a great game plan and the players were prepared. Showed future Clemson opponents that they are vulnerable.

More importantly for the Canes though, an ACC loss for a Coastal Division opponent that beat the Canes. The Canes still theoretically control their destiny to the ACC championship game

Basura

More importantly for the Canes though, an ACC loss for a Coastal Division opponent that beat the Canes. The Canes still theoretically control their destiny to the ACC championship game

Posted by: BigWindyCane | September 28, 2019 at 07:35 PM

No they don’t. UNC still would have to lose again (they will). The WF loss was very strangely a non-conference loss.

AeroCane

Basura - correct on all accounts
However, I have absolutely no faith that we will beat VT, VA,FSU, Pitt
They need to prove themselves to me before I start having any hope at this time

Basura

Yup, we gotta just sit back, watch and have no expectations for this year or next.

Go Canes!!

Remember when Scott Frost was a thing?

Good times.

TonyCane

Plane engines warming, printing presses churning away...Dabo in danger!

solarcane

Ohio state guys play every down like the game depends on it.

solarcane

However, I have absolutely no faith that we will beat VT, VA,FSU, Pitt
They need to prove themselves to me before I start having any hope at this time

Posted by: AeroCane | September 28, 2019 at 08:14 PM

Aero thrown in Duke and I'm right there with you.

AeroCane

Solar - lol
I didn’t include them because I think we no chance of beating them AT THIS TIME. Hopefully I’m dead wrong on all accounts and manny And staff can suddenly recruit and coach (at least try to do 1 of the 2)

TonyCane

Solar, that’s the culture that Manny is trying toninstill. It took Tom Herman 16 games here at Texas before his culture change began to taken root.

AeroCane

Tony - good point
However, Herman has HC history and success - manny - nothing. Now this doesn’t mean he won’t become the next Dabo, etc but as Go says, time will tell!

solarcane

Tony,
Yea Understand what you are saying, and I know it is a process.

It is hard to go from expecting to win the Coastal every year to wondering if we are going to be bowl eligible.

TonyCane

We will be bowl eligible. Worst case scenario is a 6 win season, presuming non offensive improvement. I have faith that this staff will continue To improve.

86Cane

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