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October 11, 2019

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86Cane

Hello

86Cane

NEW BLOG IS UP!

86Cane

SOLAR'S EYES ONLY:

https://canespace.typepad.com/canespace/2010/10/after-further-reviewmiami-wins.html

Herbieibis

Hodges decommits.

VA Cane

Glad we won vs UVA....nice to win and pull even....its the only quality win we have had this year...but its a start

VA Cane

https://www.espn.com/college-football/rankings

AP & Coaches poll...not only are we not in in, we could not beat any of these teams....that is sad...no pathetic.....

AeroCane

Hey, I just checked the Top 25 and we are not in it!
Damn! Lol

86Cane

Soup, I will buy you a 1.75 of Captn Moragn if your score is accurate for the DT game.

Posted by: raizecane | October 13, 2019 at 03:38 PM

Dealio!

#IGotThis

86Cane

New Blog tonight at 7 PM.

86Cane

New Blog tonight at 7 PM.

alpine

LINE of the night:

1st quarter, announcer say fins O-line has been maligned

wish i'd have thought of that one

raizecane

U read it here first:

UM 34 - GT 13

Posted by: 86Cane | October 13, 2019 at 03:01 PM

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Soup, I wil buy you a 1.75 of Captn Moragn if your score is accurate for the DT game.

Terrance Sullivan

Soupster I hope you are Correct on the Score This Upcoming Saturday.

86Cane

U read it here first:

UM 34 - GT 13

86Cane

If it’s not Perry, then the Canes need to look to Matocha or an incoming recruit.

Posted by: BigWindyCane | October 13, 2019 at 11:30 AM

My money is on Gray Crow because his money is one us.

Former QB Gray Crow pledges $5,000 to UM — and another cool gift

https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article148611694.html

solarcane

Vegas has us beating GT 31 to 12 pretty close to the universal optimistic Canespace 34 13

solarcane

Let it go soup

alpine

we did alaska in 1962 driving there thru the yukon/northwest canada
Posted by: alpine | October 13, 2019 at 07:14 AM

Whoa that is badass!!!
I would have been 15 and all over that kind of trip
Posted by: solarcane | October 13, 2019 at 11:16 AM

"badass": perfect word
... it was the summer i turned 7, but i loved that part of the trip

... one memory was visiting dawson city when it was still a twirpy little town (before the tourist explosion) ... they had planks for sidewalks, which i'd never encountered before (or after); and i felt a real swag ponging along those "sidewalks" like a cowboy looking for his horse

heck, the entire (small) town had that western flavor, but wet & muddy instead of dry & dusty

BigWindyCane

When I say, “Know your personnel,” I mean a point guard in basketball or QB in football should know who is fast, who has good hands to make contested catches, who runs good routes, anticipating where the receivers will be before you make the throws, etc. It’s not just the coaches’ responsibility.

For example, JT4, Pope and Wiggins have straight line speed; JT4 and Harley are our best blockers; Osborn isn’t as fast or is as good at blocking, but he runs good routes; No one on this roster has great hands, but some like Jordan have better hands than others like Wiggins. When you see matchups you like, exploit them over and over until the opponent makes an adjustment.

BigWindyCane

Go and Alpine,
I agree with your posts. Just have the Canes bring their B game, and we should run the table. Throw in some Cs and Ds, and we will struggle.

CMD needs to stay involved in the defense until Baker shows he is ready, which may never happen this season.

Perry is the QB to get us through the ACC because he has the most upside by far. Perry has an FBS arm and athleticism. If Perry continues to avoid the turnovers, it’s really a no-brainer.

The ACC DCs will stack the box against Jarren and DARE him to make throws outside the hashes and downfield. Jarren doesn’t throw receivers open, he has to see them open before he throws it. That second he loses before he throws makes his arm appear even weaker. Jarren also isn’t as mobile as Perry.

Perry has to hit those receivers when the opportunity presents itself, and the receivers have to catch any ball that touches their hands. When that happens, this offense will be explosive. But you can’t expect that to happen overnight. Perry and his receivers need to put in the hard work. Perry needs to “know his personnel.” JT4 and Pope

If it’s not Perry, then the Canes need to look to Matocha or an incoming recruit.

solarcane

we did alaska in 1962 driving there thru the yukon/northwest canada

Posted by: alpine | October 13, 2019 at 07:14 AM

Whoa that is badass!!!
I would have been 15 and all over that kind of trip

86Cane

If you watch really consistent teams their QB are dropping those throws right in the recievers hands or the WRs are making those tough catches.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 13, 2019 at 08:10 AM

There IT is right there.

It looks like other teams actually practice.

It looks like our first time throwing the ball deep.

86Cane

86 - that Florida LSU game was fun to watch. It is very clear to me how far we are from that at this point in time.

Posted by: CGNC | October 13, 2019 at 09:42 AM

Exactly.

86Cane

i'll have a talk with the mirror and try to do better next week

Posted by: alpine | October 13, 2019 at 07:02 AM

Made me LOL!

solarcane

Alexa, add a positive attitude to the Canespace shopping list....

Thats for you...
You need it, yes you do

Herbieibis

It just goes to show u, the things we bitch about, eventually everyone else bitches about. Everybody has bad games no matter who the players are and u could potentially get beat on any given Saturday. Now I don't think anybody's OH line is worse than ours and is a fact!

Go Canes!!

Posted by: CGNC | October 13, 2019 at 09:39 AM

Absolutely he can. He gets too cute with his play calling and I don’t get why we’re under center, ever.
Overall we’ve got to hit on more explosive plays. This o-line isn’t going to put together a bunch of 10 play 80 yard drives.

CGNC

86 - that Florida LSU game was fun to watch. It is very clear to me how far we are from that at this point in time.

CGNC

There has to be some player accountabilty too.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | October 13, 2019 at 08:10 AM

Yes there should. And yes consistent teams have better QB's and better O-lines. With that said, don't you think there is ANYTHJNG different Enos could do as OC to help this situation?

CGNC

We're the U!

Posted by: roachcane77 | October 12, 2019 at 06:33 PM

LOL, yes we are. But I don;'t want Blake James conducting anything. He has proven he cannot hire a coach.

Go Canes!!

I'm with UMike on Enos.

It's hard to be consistent when you have to game plan knowing your QB has to get rid of the ball within a second or two of the snap.

Despite that we left at least three TDs on the field Friday night just off the top of my head on really well designed plays, that turn that game into a blowout. We also had at least half a dozen drops.

Pope's drop, Kosi's multiple overthrows of wide open WRs streaking to the end zone and the overload play in the redzone where Osborn dropped/was overthrown in the end zone.

If you watch really consistent teams their QB are dropping those throws
right in the recievers hands or the WRs are making those tough catches.

There has to be some player accountabilty too.

alpine

we did alaska in 1962 driving there thru the yukon/northwest canada
... and had SIX flat tires on those forlorn, pre-oil explosion, roads during the couple weeks we drove around

but the mountains & plots of leftover snow and the basic wilderness totally impressed this coral gables kid

alpine

but the outhouse metaphor really brought back the memories

... i'm one of those people, whose parents thought it's a wonderful idea to throw their passel of kids into the car with a tent, sleeping bags, gas stove, and plenty of cards & comic books
... and take off for places like alaska, hawaii, mexico, europe (by way of east canada to get on a relatively cheap ocean liner)

- these were the 60's; we camped every night after 300 - 400 miles; the campgrounds in those days were mostly "rustic"
... which was very cool, since you often had no view of other campers

... but wow, some of those outhouses were mean as a rabies-slathering bitch!!

alpine

Posted by: alpine | October 13, 2019 at 06:27 AM

definitely did not bring my A game to this post

- i think there's a couple deep & meaningful points trying to sprout; unfortunately they got buried in the inconsistency of my "arguments/examples"

- i'll have a talk with the mirror and try to do better next week

alpine

no, we've not had an A "game"

- but what i think windy is talking about, is whether we have enough A or B+ type quarters, while holding our opponent to less of those types of quarters, to to put us over the top
... or that both the O and the D and the ST have good games, even if not elite
... consistency is the broth?

- va tech 1st quarter was an F- on both offense & defense
.. it was like entering an old style outhouse that's been around forever; the air is so thick you are sure, that if you can't hold your breath long enough, that next breath will cause your consciousness to blot out

... but the n'kosi led offense was not worse than a B+ the rest of the way
... the defense maybe a C+
... this was a game, where a little bit better (post jarren) offense (A-) and a better (post jarren) defense (B) the rest of the way, would still have somehow overcome the 1st quarter

- what i REALLY liked about the virginia game, was that our D brought it's A game to the red zone
... so when the ST f#k'd up and allowed a 70+ kickoff return (or punt? i forget), our D stepped up and held them out of the end zone

- totally different than vs. VA tech, where each time the O messed up, the D simply turned into butter ... it was absolutely nauseating to watch how easy we allowed points once they hit our side of the field

anyway, enough with the stream of consciousness here, but you get my point
... south carolina did NOT have close to an A offense against GA; but their D was elite on that afternoon and got them a win

meaning: LET'S JUST DO WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TO GET THE WINS!!
. . . and do NOT put jarren back in with this OL!

Terrance Sullivan

Great Point Soupster! We definitely don't have a A Game! So Far I have seen a B minus Game(Virginia and Florida) to a F Game.(Virginia Tech and Central Michigan). We had C minus Game (North Carolina and Bethune Cookman).

86Cane

Louisville might be another tough opponent for us if we don’t bring our A game

Posted by: BigWindyCane | October 12, 2019 at 11:19 PM

Do we have an A game?

solarcane

Coach O Crimedog Mcgruff

IraqiCane

That LSU defense holds tough. Reminds me of our glory days.

solarcane

Enos calling plays for Florida

BigWindyCane

Louisville has a double nickel on the road against an undefeated Wake team. Louisville might be another tough opponent for us if we don’t bring our A game

solarcane

Tar Heels beat South Carolina, South Carolina beats Georgia... College football, best stuff ever

86Cane

Good game between da gatah and LSU. Really good QB play on both sides of the ball.

86Cane

UF looking pretty good against big bad LSU. Maybe we underestimated how good they are?

Terrance Sullivan

Sarasota Cane I will be there for GT Game. Thanks again CGNC(WPB) for the tickets this yesterday. U Rock. Great Seats. Fun Close Game Last Night. Glad our Canes pulled the Upset.

solarcane

2001 6-0, PF: 269 PA: 065

Not bad when you score 200 more points than you give upon in first 6 games
Best college football team in history

BigWindyCane

Dan Mullen is a Gator, so I can’t cheer for him but I admit he is doing a good job. If Dan Mullen finds a way to win this night game in Death Valley, I will have to (reluctantly) place him up there amongst the best current college football coaches out here.

BigWindyCane

2019 3-3, PF: 177 PA: 115
Posted by: TonyCane | October 12, 2019 at 08:01 PM

Tony has a way of always putting things in proper perspective.

TonyCane

MIAMI HURRICANES AFTER 6 GAMES
YEAR, RECORD, POINTS FOR, POINTS ALLOWED

1995 3-3, PF: 154 PA: 125
1996 4-2, PF: 182 PA: 078
1997 2-4, PF: 136 PA: 177
1998 4-2, PF: 225 PA: 130
1999 3-3, PF: 178 PA: 128
2000 5-1, PF: 273 PA: 105
2001 6-0, PF: 269 PA: 065
2002 6-0, PF: 262 PA: 101
2003 6-0, PF: 201 PA: 093
2004 6-0, PF: 215 PA: 099
2005 5-1, PF: 179 PA: 063
2006 4-2, PF: 144 PA: 074
2007 4-2, PF: 152 PA: 127
2008 3-3, PF: 179 PA: 139
2009 5-1, PF: 174 PA: 125
2010 4-2, PF: 176 PA: 117
2011 3-3, PF: 182 PA: 143
2012 4-2, PF: 181 PA: 208
2013 6-0, PF: 253 PA: 103
2014 3-3, PF: 165 PA: 137
2015 4-2, PF: 202 PA: 136
2016 4-2, PF: 227 PA: 077
2017 6-0, PF: 199 PA: 112
2018 5-1, PF: 249 PA: 111
2019 3-3, PF: 177 PA: 115

roachcane77

I think the Virginia win helped with recruiting. No more decommits for the time being!
Posted by: BigWindyCane | October 12, 2019 at 07:42 PM

That's good news!
Francois is a big loss though...

What's the QB kid that really showed well at our camp? (Hope he's still committed... )

thirstybuzzardcane

Another guy that doesn’t get recognized is Lou! That boy can’t punt. It’s nice to have someone that doesn’t shank it every time!

thirstybuzzardcane

Shout out to Pat Bethel for blocking that Virginia field goal

Posted by: CGNC | October 12, 2019 at 04:51 PM


Troy Verner (Minnie Me) could’ve blocked that kick it was kicked so low.

BigWindyCane

I think the Virginia win helped with recruiting. No more decommits for the time being!

BigWindyCane

I have to give CMD credit for coaching the defense, replacing the kicker and having the Canes come out strong to start and finish the game. I really thought this game was critical for CMD because CMD was coaching the defense and Perry was playing QB.

Virginia had a pretty good defense, and Perry gave us the best chance to win. Perry has definitely improved since last season, and Enos deserves some credit for developing him. I would like to see Perry being given a chance to get more comfortable and to grow in this Canes offense.

VA Cane

CMD is VG D coach.....he is not a HC just not him. I like him much more as DC...he coached the D last night. Should have really done a killer HC search.

roachcane77

UMike - I agree, he is better than Richt.
Posted by: CGNC | October 12, 2019 at 04:57 PM

OK... I'll GIVE him THAT. (Better than CMR is HARDLY a RAVING REVIEW though... ) We COULD, and SHOULD, do BETTER.

We're the U!

TonyCane

Let’s leverage tech and get an advanced AI as the The OC.

CGNC

UMike - I agree, he is better than Richt.

CGNC

Greg Rousseau: 7 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF

CGNC

Shout out to Pat Bethel for blocking that Virginia field goal

UMike

Enos was the OC at Arkansas, so he has OC experience. I still believe he is a upgrade over Richt and so only get better. He has the worst OL in the Power 5.

CGNC

CGNC: Give Enos some time. He’s had a lot of past success. It’s been frustrating and I was definitely WTF on several plays last night. But he was a legit hire and should pay dividends in time.

Posted by: DallasTX Cane | October 12, 2019 at 10:08 AM

Dunno. I have PTSD from Richt trotting out all those consecutive run calls......

Roach, Enos is not the worst- there was Patrick Nix - remember him? Also CMR was not a rocket scientist when it came to that LOL. The only one I remember standing out as being good in the last decade was Jed Fish but maybe I am forgetting someone?

roachcane77

CGNC: Give Enos some time. He’s had a lot of past success. It’s been frustrating and I was definitely WTF on several plays last night. But he was a legit hire and should pay dividends in time.
Posted by: DallasTX Cane | October 12, 2019 at 10:08 AM

Disagree... Enos was ONLY the QB coach at Bama. He was NOT their Offensive Coordinator.

As far as I'm concerned, he can STAY here as a QB coach, but we need a NEW, and EXPERIENCED OC next year.

roachcane77

Solar,
It’s “The Feeley effect!”
Posted by: BigWindyCane | October 11, 2019 at 11:06 PM

Hats off to Feeley! He’s the MVP on this team. I’ve never seen a team more conditioned than Miami!
Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | October 12, 2019 at 12:09 PM

Windy, me too, best coach at his job on the entire team
Posted by: solarcane | October 12, 2019 at 12:18 PM

A win is a win, I will take it and be happy.
The OC, Special Teams Coach and Bubba Baxa can enter the transfer portal. Manny needs to stay involved with the defense.
Enjoy your saturday
Posted by: CGNC | October 12, 2019 at 09:54 AM

I ALSO agree with all of THESE posts!


roachcane77

I also have decided I’m not a dan enos fan
Posted by: AeroCane | October 11, 2019 at 09:01 PM

Alabama qbs and offensive line made Enos look a lot better than he actually is seems to me
Posted by: solarcane | October 11, 2019 at 09:39 PM

Enos is the worst play caller I've ever witness at the U.
He make Richt look like a genius.
Posted by: PapaCane | October 11, 2019 at 09:58 PM

I agree with ALL of these statements...

alpine

Choke at home

Posted by: solarcane | October 12, 2019 at 03:44 PM

vs. 3rd string QB!

solarcane

Choke at home

solarcane

Georgia deserves to lose this game
24 point favorite

alpine

glued to SC-GA
great game!

Go Canes!!

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | October 12, 2019 at 12:09 PM

💯

Sarasota 'cane

Roll Call for GT!!

Check out StubHub for some incredible deals on tickets. You can sit on the 40, upper deck for $6, or you can spend a few more and sit in a club seat!!

Just do it!!

Go 'canes!!

BigWindyCane

UGA down at home to South Carolina, 17-10.

solarcane

Hats off to Feeley! He’s the MVP on this team. I’ve never seen a team more conditioned than Miami!

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | October 12, 2019 at 12:09 PM

Windy,
me too, best coach at his job on the entire team

solarcane


Watching Oklahoma,
They do more offensive mojo in the first 5 minutes than we have done this season

thirstybuzzardcane

Hats off to Feeley! He’s the MVP on this team. I’ve never seen a team more conditioned than Miami!

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: 86Cane | October 12, 2019 at 11:04 AM

Kicking the ant pile around here is literally the realm of slurp squad posting now.

You can have the prototype frame and get out of your rush lane enough as a defensive end to make the up field defense fail against a running QB like Perkins was able to enough to win in last year's game. That's what was keeping Patchan on the field and his backup watching lane integrity on the sideline until he understood that defensive scheme concept completely enough to apply it consistently in order to earn his playing time.

UVA tried to use the lure the opponent out to the deep water strategy themselves and it almost worked, they didn't have enough depth or athleticism to finish off the plan so it wasn't founded solidly in the first place. GT has even less depth and less athleticism by comparison, no reason to not have a quick start and a sustained effort in seven days. Run the remaining conference slate table (possible) and have UNC drop two more ACC games (probably) and VT one more ACC game (maybe) and you get your shot at the defending champs after all, an ok consolation prize considering the dumpster fire that had to be put out after three weeks . . .

86Cane

Note the time stamp
I'm just sayin

Posted by: solarcane | October 12, 2019 at 11:34 AM

Credit given where credit is due.

Even a blind squirrel winks and nods sometimes.

solarcane

"We come out of the gate an score on our opening drive, hold them through the first quarter, I think we have a chance to win. We seem to start playing about 6 minutes into the second half."

Posted by: solarcane | October 11, 2019 at 03:50 PM

Note the time stamp
I'm just sayin


solarcane

What sticks in my mind is Manny saying we still don't know who our best players are.

This is obviously very true.
A quarterback that sparks the entire offense,plays his best in the clutch,stays composed, is mobile, doesn't start the season

Defensive player dominates every snap he is on the field,makes everyone around him play better doesn't start.

Smh

86Cane

1. The Canes play GT next week, and the Canes should blow them out.

2. If Perry plays well, he should continue to be the starter or the coaches will have a mutiny on their hands.

3. That first TD drive and that last TD drive were championship caliber drives, but the offense otherwise struggled.

4. The threat of the deep throw by Perry did move the safeties and coverage back out of the box. Perry also is much much more elusive and believe it or not, only took 3 sacks against a very good Virginia pass rush and a not so good Cane OL.

5. Enos is learning his personnel and how to call plays.

6. I see a lot of positives that the offense can build on.

Posted by: BigWindyCane | October 12, 2019 at 09:49 AM

1. Have we not learned anything yet? We really have no idea what will happen next week. To say we are going to "blow anyone out" is simply wishful thinking. This is not the Miami Hurricanes we once knew. Easy on the expectations because we know what they can do.

2. Yes, you are correct. If Manny sticks to this routine he will fail. We definitely do not need another "Smartest Man In The Room" syndrome guy. See the obvious, say the obvious, play the best player. We're not stupid and we can all see it too Manny Diaz.

3. Easy there Big Dog. "Championship caliber" drives? Seriously? That is a long, long way from where we are right now. In fact it is over the hill and through the woods. We may get there yet this season but lets tamper down the superlatives just for now.

4. Yes and Yes. Perry was the difference maker.

5. What the hell U say? Enos' play calling is whack. That is all.

6. Uh, well, sort of. It was 10-9 with 4 minutes to play so that is not exactly setting the world on fire. The drive and the TD score at the end did give us all hope that we can score when it matters most but it was not breakout game for the offense by any means. And if not for Perry playing like he was dodging traffic on I-95 (Old Skool reference here) we likely could have and would have lost the game.

Are we getting better? Yes. Are we anywhere close to where we need to be. Not at all. Long way to go before we put "championship caliber" and Miami Hurricanes in the same paragraph much less the same sentence.

Oops, I did it again!

alpine

just got home, got caught up on the blog
. . . and found myself consistently going: "yep", "uh huh", "agree", "nice one"

good blogging!

raizecane

whatever CMD did to the defense last week, he needs to keep it up. Clearly you could see the difference between VTech and Virginia .

CMD basically said.... "not on my watch"

raizecane

no doubt in my mind we lose that game if Williams started. He doesn't throw a deep ball so the defense can stack the line. Also, no way Williams runs for a TD in the final drive. He would have thrown it and who knows what would have happened.

UMike

Windy... unless Williams is hurt still, Perry won't be playing. Sadly CMD has already said Williams is still the started. I do think he is a little too obsessed with us having "the guy" at QB.

DallasTX Cane

CGNC: Give Enos some time. He’s had a lot of past success. It’s been frustrating and I was definitely WTF on several plays last night. But he was a legit hire and should pay dividends in time.

BigWindyCane

Greg Rousseau was essentially a dominant defensive force. If he continues to play like this, he will be All ACC. Rousseau was the MVP of the game, with Perry a close second

I was pleasantly surprised and impressed to see Jon Ford step up and play really well. I think Ford played fewer snaps with the emergence of Silvera and Miller. But Ford stripped the Virginia RB on the turnover, and more importantly, Ford made it impossible for Virginia to run the ball in or near his gap.

CGNC

A win is a win, I will take it and be happy.

The OC, Special Teams Coach and Bubba Baxa can enter the transfer portal. Manny needs to stay involved with the defense.

Enjoy your saturday

BigWindyCane

The Canes play GT next week, and the Canes should blow them out. If Perry plays well, he should continue to be the starter or the coaches will have a mutiny on their hands.

We are the only team in college football that I see barely missing those throws and definitely dropping those throws. Virginia WRs made contested catch after contested catch, while ours didn’t. I could see the WR Coach Stubblefield was upset at drops, but Pope did redeem himself a little on that last drive.

That first TD drive and that last TD drive were championship caliber drives, but the offense otherwise struggled. With DeeJay in the backfield, I think we have to feed him in the red zone. The threat of the deep throw by Perry did move the safeties and coverage back out of the box. Perry also is much much more elusive and believe it or not, only took 3 sacks against a very good Virginia pass rush and a not so good Cane OL.

Enos is learning his personnel and how to call plays, and I believe Perry will start hitting those throws more consistently, and the WRs will start making those catches. I see a lot of positives that the offense can build on.

BigWindyCane

This might be a good time to give Tonya Harding a call.

Posted by: solarcane | October 12, 2019 at 12:33 AM

Remind me not to get on your bad side

Posted by: KYcane | October 12, 2019 at 12:59 AM

🤣🤣🤣🤣

mi@mic@ne

Perry motivates the offense and makes better decisions than williams to run. Perry is streaky but Williams does not have perry's awareness to move away from pressure in the pocket. Williams has a softer touch. Perry needs to threw the long ball higher so the receiver can time his catch. Perry's 2 long balls were too flat so the open receiver had no chance to adjust. I like Perry because he is more versatile than Williams.

86Cane

What bothers me a lot more than Williams and Perry is Rousseau not starting until now. It's obvious he was better than the guys ahead of him. You gotta let the best guy play.

Posted by: HillviewCane | October 12, 2019 at 07:31 AM

Several people have said this and yes it is beyond obvious that Rousseau should have been playing all along. They rewarded Patchan for doing all of the "right things" in the off season and Fall practice and they hurt the team by not playing Rousseau. That culture crap again.

"You play to win the game."

86Cane

UMike...I agree 100%.

If Perry could ever develop any "touch" and put some air under the ball to let the WR run under it he could be very good. Not like a J12 "punt" pass but not a line drive into the gap either. Somewhere in between would be nice.

Watch college football games today. You will see QBs do it all day long, just not at Miami.

86Cane

Might be time to up the sacrifice to goats.

Posted by: Old Skool | October 12, 2019 at 04:53 AM

Good call. I got this.

UMike

If Williams plays we lose. I'm not saying Perry is all world, but if Williams was playing he takes a sack on the TD screen to DJ, doesn't covert the 4th and 7 and takes a sack on the play Perry scored on.

Perry missed a few deep passes that would of been scores, Enos can help with that, but Williams either is to scared to make those throws or doesn't step up in the pocket to be able to.


Herbieibis

Good win against a team we should beat regardless. Finally the more talented team wins out.
Felder has the Boyz in shape no doubt this is the best hire Manny has made.
We cut the penalties back, which was a big plus, especially on the defensive side. No stupid penalties, except for Carter not getting off the field.
Enos finally remembered what got him down the field in the first drive of the game but it took him 2.5 quarters to remember.
Manny just needs to be his own DEE Cord.
As far as Williams or Perry goes, I do believe Williams, when healthy is a better game manager but Perry has the stronger arm and can run a little bit. He is streaky, either good or bad in that way and that is a worry.
Run the dam ball inside the 5 but not Wide! Enos wants to throw every down.
Team could be 6-0 with a little luck.
Baxa, if this dude has to be on the field, kick the out of the end zone.
Special teams are still an adventure.
Tackling is still a bit of an issue especially in secondary.
Dallas is a stud and so is Rouseau.
Still missing the big plays either by over throws or drops.

HillviewCane

What bothers me a lot more than Williams and Perry is Rousseau not starting until now. It's obvious he was better than the guys ahead of him. You gotta let the best guy play.

HillviewCane

I get giving Williams a shot. He didn't seem to make turnovers. He was injured the last game so the turnovers sucked but I got it. Everyone was saying in the off-season that he looked the best so he earned his shot. However I don't think he has adjusted to the speed of the game compared to practice yet and out terrible o-line play has been no help in that situation. The most important area for us to improve is with our o-line

Old Skool

The dead chickens worked. But a sleeper game that was way too close. Might be time to up the sacrifice to goats.

thirstybuzzardcane

Glad to see the refs let the kids play. Very few penalties were called which is good for the game!

thirstybuzzardcane

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