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September 13, 2019



Nemo is #1


If we go 10-2 I will continue the blog.

If we go 8-4 I am done.

And as HillView Cane posted the other day (all due respect)...IF the California Law causes the NCAA to pay college players I am completely done with college athletics once and for all.

And oh, what a relief it will be!

Posted by: 86Cane | September 12, 2019 at 11:20 PM

I clearly overestimated these coaches and this roster. Still, I am a Canes fan and I wear green and orange tinted glasses.

If the Canes can run the table, it starts tomorrow at the Hard Rock. The Canes now have more at stake than the Coastal Division championship, ACC Championship game and a great bowl game this season - the survival of the Canespace blog is on the line, and that will definitely crush us if we lose that

Go Canes!

Mark from Atl

2nd & 3rd stringers start 2nd half

That’s what we should see tomorrow

I love these jokers but man it ain’t easy being a Canes fan!

God bless you and your family and go Canes!

Sarasota 'cane

Posted by: 86Cane | September 12, 2019 at 11:20 PM

You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave...

(Cause we'll hunt you down like a dog and drag you back!)


Go 'canes!!


Sorry Soup
We ain’t going 8-4!


Just ordered. Thanks for link.

Terrance Sullivan

Soupster We will take over the Blog Next Year on 1 Condition U Make It To Canespace Four Play and Canespace Fall Party. So One Canes Football Game(Weekend with a Meet and Greet) and One Weekend for Basketball/Baseball/Tennis/Hangout in Miami. U Are The Father of this Place and We need to at least Get Together 2 Weekends Out of the Year which still saves U a Bunch of Scratch and allows U to continue to tour the world! So U will be Grandfathered In once we Take It Over because sadly we ain't going 10-2 we are 8-4 at best I think 7-5 or 6-6 Honestly! Go Canes! Destroy BCU!

Terrance Sullivan

Honestly the 2nd Half should be 3rd, 4th, and Walk Ons otherwise we will be a 6-6 Team.



Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | September 13, 2019 at 03:51 PM



SolarCane...Sarasota Cane has a UM tumbler for you if you want it? Please advise.


We ain’t going 8-4!

Posted by: CaneWarrior | September 13, 2019 at 03:59 PM

Nah, we are going 10-2!

(He said out of reflexive response with no thought or confidence whatsoever as to what may actually occur)

Wait we can't beat UNC in our second game with two weeks off to prepare and them having a new coach, a freshman QB and a 2 win season in 2018.

YUP, sounds like 10-2 to me!



Sota I would be delighted to have a U Miami tumbler from you for my Canes stash, any way you could autograph it with a sharpie?
thanks for the love!

Soup thanks brudda


Up in Pigeon Forge for the Fall Rod Run...if you think Canes fans are disappointed with the team, you should talk to Tennessee fans,they are just about suicidal right now.


"He said out of reflexive response with no thought or confidence whatsoever as to what may actually occur)"

It's a Canes thing.


Those two star recruits atWake Forest look a lot better than the Canes tonight.


Wake 21, UNC 0!

I think the Atlantic Division cellar dweller Wake, with its two-star recruits, team that is much better team than our Canes.

Boy, do our Canes have a lot of work to do. ☹️


That Wake Forest/UNC game does not count as a conference game. Something to do with a scheduling conflict so they added Wake Forest in that spot. So if UNC loses, it doesn’t help us one bit.

Terrance Sullivan

Actually that's smart our Miami Hurricanes should schedule Boston College, Syracuse, Louisville, etc as on conference Games that's better than playing Central Michigan, Ball State, App State, etc.

Sarasota 'cane

Les Miles has Kansas on point!


Cities with the most NFL players:

Miami -27
Houston - 21
Fort Lauderdale- 14
New Orleans - 14
Tampa- 13
Cincinnati- 12
Cleveland- 12
Birmingham- 11
Jacksonville- 11
Atlanta - 10
Louisville - 10
Philadelphia- 10


Colleges with the most NFL players:

Alabama – 56 players
Ohio State – 44 players
Miami – 36 players
(tie) Florida, LSU – 35 players
Florida State – 32 players
Oklahoma – 31 players
Georgia – 29 players
Clemson – 28 players
Texas A&M – 27 players
(tie) Auburn, Penn State, Stanford, Wisconsin, Washington – 26 players


How does Mike Leach turn out quarterbacks like its child's play?


Replied thanks


High schools with the most NFL players:

13 - Saint Thomas Aquinas High School;
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

7 - Lakewood High School; St. Petersburg, FL

6 - Long Beach Polytechnic High School;
Long Beach, CA

5 - Serra High School; San Diego

5- Allen High School; Allen, TX

5- Northwestern High School; Miami, FL


States with the most NFL players:

Florida (212),
California (177) and
Texas (173):


Southern States.

Warm weather States.

Play year-round?


WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Jamie Newman and Wake Forest had gone from dominant to hanging on, with North Carolina on the verge of yet another fourth-quarter comeback in a suddenly tense finish.

Yet these Demon Deacons have proven they can come up with big late-game plays, too.Newman directed a clock-draining fourth-quarter drive, then watched as the Tar Heels ran out of time on their desperate final possession in Wake Forest's 24-18 win Friday night in an unusual nonconference matchup between same-state Atlantic Coast Conference teams.

"Making those first downs and driving the ball, that drive was the game-saver," Demon Deacons coach Dave Clawson said. "Because if they get the ball back at midfield or on their 30 with 4 1/2 minutes left and three timeouts, I wasn't feeling real good about it."

Newman and the Demon Deacons (3-0) took care of that.

The Tar Heels (2-1) had just closed a 21-0 deficit to 21-18 on Sam Howell's second fourth-quarter touchdown pass with 6:09 left, and the pressure increased when Newman took a sack to set up a second-and-16.

But Newman hit Scotty Washington for a 27-yard gain over the middle, then followed three plays later with a 4-yard scramble on third down to keep possession. That drive ultimately forced the Tar Heels to use all three of their timeouts, though not before Wake Forest had burned 5 minutes and tacked on a field goal.

That 12-play, 61-yard drive wasn't as dramatic as the one Newman led in the opener, ending with winning fourth-down touchdown throw with 1:08 left to beat Utah State.

It was a winner all the same.

"We stayed calm on the sideline," Newman said. "We didn't panic. We've been in those situations before."

Sarasota 'cane

How does Mike Leach turn out quarterbacks like it's child's play?

Posted by: solarcane | September 13, 2019 at 11:22 PM

I think Mike Leach would still entertain the UM job if it was ever offered to him. He's a Parrot Head all day!!

Now I'm not giving up on Manny yet because we should've won both games that we've played in this season, but I ain't waiting 3-4 years to fly the banners either.

Go 'canes!!


Insane catch by UM commit Michael Redding



the survival of the Canespace blog is on the line, and that will definitely crush us if we lose that

Go Canes!

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | September 13, 2019 at 01:53 PM

Can't have that happen! will be at the game today and hopefully it will be in hand and we can leave by the 4th quarter


Is it just me or do the very very white Iowa, Iowa State fans all look like they have the same mother and father?




Posted by: solarcane | September 14, 2019 at 10:25 AM

"They look like they are carved out of cream cheese"

line from Steel Magnolias


Les Miles has Kansas on point!

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | September 13, 2019 at 10:13 PM

Les Flippin Miles?

Man we are in bad shape if Les Miles can get Kansas to beat Boston College by 24 and we can't beat UNC who got beat by Wake Flippin Forest.


It took one Mad Hatter and over a decade's worth of time, but Kansas has another true road win over a Power 5 school.

The Jayhawks, under first-year coach Les Miles, shocked previously undefeated Boston College 48-24 Friday night in Chestnut Hill, Mass., ending a run of 48 consecutive losses to Power 5 schools. Their last such victory came Oct. 4, 2008, at Iowa State.

"I was proud of them," Miles told ACC Network's Kelsey Riggs in a postgame interview. "It didn't take a lot of convincing. I didn't work magic. This was a great group of guys that wanted to be special, and now they've beaten a team that's been five of the last six years in a bowl game, which is just what we would aspire to be. And they are saying and singing a chant with their fans that came all the way from Kansas to see us play. It's a great deal."

Miles returned to the sideline this season after almost three years away from coaching. LSU fired him four games into the 2016 campaign.

"Coming back to college coaching was for moments just like this," Miles told Riggs. "The opportunity to take a player that's maybe not the best player now and develop him and give him technique and let him go on the field and win games like this."


Posted by: 86Cane | September 14, 2019 at 12:31 PM

Thank Blake James for that



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