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August 09, 2020

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58 Straight

NEW BLOG IS UP!

58 Straight

D'Eriq King – 15 of 26 for 187 yards and 4 touchdowns; 5 carries for 25 yards

Posted by: AeroCane | August 17, 2020 at 03:51 PM

I would call him the "King of Spring" but that too has passed. Maybe he can "Ball In The Fall"?

58 Straight

I like what I'm hearing about the Xavier Restrepo kid!🙌🏼

Posted by: roachcane77 | August 17, 2020 at 08:53 PM

Legend of the Fall 2020?

AeroCane

Roach - I read somewhere (can’t remember where though) that Restrepo is a bigger, faster version of berrios!

roachcane77

I like what I'm hearing about the Xavier Restrepo kid!🙌🏼

Old Skool

In other news...

UNC cancels in-person classes after 130 students test positive during the first week of classes. As of Monday morning 177 students were in isolation 349 were in quarantine (Is that medical equivalent of doing time in solitary?).

So far they have identified four clusters of five or more people in proximity who test positive. That happens to be the same terminology I use for it: "a cluster".

For comparison, UNC's positivity rate is 13.6%. Florida's rate as of today 16.4% as per John Hopkins

Old Skool

Without the fans it’s not the same, I sincerely doubt Terrance would have the same smile we see in that last photo without his “fans”.

Posted by: KYcane | August 17, 2020 at 05:30 PM

Damn straight KY. Magnetism, personality or mojo, whatever it is Terrance has it. Those fans were enticed by Wally's cooking, but they stayed because of Terrance. Although, I was sitting nearby, I could have been a parking bumper as far as them ladies fans were concerned.

CGNC


I'm sure that somone will sue Tha Space because I did not wear a mask while blogging!

Posted by: 58 Straight | August 13, 2020 at 08:47 PM

I knew it!!!! No mask while blogging LOL!

KYcane

Without the fans it’s not the same, I sincerely doubt Terrance would have the same smile we see in that last photo without his “fans”.

AeroCane

Old skool - interesting you say that
My daughter and I are huge baseball fans. She gets bored and can’t watch the games with no fans (just the cut outs); me, I enjoy it either way.

AeroCane

Stats for the scrimmage:
QBs

D'Eriq King – 15 of 26 for 187 yards and 4 touchdowns; 5 carries for 25 yards

N'Kosi Perry – 8 of 13 for 140 yards and a touchdown

WRs

Mike Harley - 2 catches both of which resulted in touchdowns

Xavier Restrepo - 2 catches for 54 yards; 70-yard rushing score

Jeremiah Payton - 3 catches for 26 yards and a touchdown

Mark Pope - 3 catches

Dee Wiggins - A 41-yard catch

Michael Redding III - 3 catches for 41 yards

RBs

Jaylan Knighton - 10 carries for 126 yards and a touchdown

Don Chaney Jr. - 11 carries for 57 yards and a touchdown

TEs

Will Mallory - 4 catches for 71 yards and a touchdown

Dominic Mammarelli - 2 catches for 41 yards

DL

Jaelan Phillips - 2 tackles and a sack

Chantz Williams - 5 tackles and 2 sacks

LBs

Waynmon Steed - 5 tackles

Sam Brooks - 5 tackles and a sack

Corey Flagg - 4 tackles and a sack

DBs

Gurvan Hall - 7 tackles

Marcus Clarke - interception

ST

Jose Borregales - 49-yard field goal; 6/6 on extra points

Old Skool

For those who don't want to read the article here are a few excerpts ...

Rich Luker, a social psychologist who studies sports fandom, described a finding of Major League Baseball Advanced Media, the league’s media and technology arm known as Bam, which, among other things, supplies game highlights online. When Bam looked at the most viewed plays each night, “they were surprised early on at how many of them were not what the players did, but what the fans did in the stands,” Luker said.

“It legitimizes the experience,” said Travis Vogan, a professor at the University of Iowa who studies sports media. “You are connected to these people that are closer to the event.

Sports television producers lean into this idea. They show close-ups of attractive people in the stands or fans wearing full-body paint. They use aerial views from the Goodyear blimp to show a packed house, reinforcing that the game is the place to be.

Fans who cannot attend a game in person go to great lengths to recreate the experience. They watch in sports bars and invite friends over for big games. They wear their team’s jerseys and talk about the action on Twitter and group texts. And when they watch, they relate to the fans in attendance.

Before he became president of ABC Sports, Roone Arledge, the father of modern sports broadcasting, produced lowly attended American Football League games in the 1960s. After the punter kicked the ball away, Arledge would have the camera cut directly to the return man, instead of following the arc of the football through the air. He knew if fans saw the empty seats, they wouldn’t be as immersed in the game.

As for my opinion, any kind of performance is a communal experience. It derives much of its impact from the sharing of the emotions, expectations, tensions and release felt by others nearby. It's like watching a funny comedy in a theatre or at home alone ... big difference.

CGNC


Sorry thats silverdoctors.com

Posted by: Harry Miller | August 14, 2020 at 03:21 AM

Meh. It is written by Mike Adams owner of of "Natural News", which, according to Wikipedia is a fake news, far right website.

CGNC

Posted by: AeroCane | August 17, 2020 at 10:20 AM

I agree. Although I did not read the article either LOL. I am enjoying having hockey games in August even though my team was elinimated

Old Skool

Herald reporting Sonny Fox has passed away. South Florida Radio Jock Legend: WSHE, Y100 to name 2.
As Solar would say: "Dem was De Days"

AeroCane

Old Skool
Didn’t read it but totally disagree
Fans are fans whether they are at the game or watching at home, in a bar etc
The players know this as well.
It will be eerie playing at Clemson with no or few fans though. (But makes it better for us)

Old Skool

Interesting article in the NY Times about how sports without fans loses its meaning, not to mention its impact.

https://tinyurl.com/yy45b3k4

TonyCane

King has 4 tds tonight.

“I felt a great disturbance in the force. It was as millions of defensive coordinators cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. I think something wonderful has happened.” - Jimmy-Jon Kenobi, our in the Keys.

HerbieIbis

That's a fact Aero. Stop being predictable with the blitzes, of course those blitzes would work if we had a couple bruising DT'S who could push the pocket into the Qb.

AeroCane

Herb, I trust lashee, likens and justice, more than Blake Baker! I want to see Blake’s defense stop somebody when it matters on 3rd and 4th down!

The Herb

Let's hope the WR know where their going and the Oh line can block long enough.

AeroCane

Good morning Canespace friends!
First scrimmage is tonight!

roachcane77

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Posted by: 58 Straight | August 14, 2020 at 04:05 PM

😮🙃😮🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

AeroCane

Awesome stats 58!

58 Straight

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58 Straight

Closing Schools Will Be Good for Children's Health Maggie Mulqueen, NBC News

Schools Must Reopen for the Children's Sake Kevin Roberts, Washington Examiner

Posted by: TonyCane | August 14, 2020 at 03:01 PM

The Herb
Yeah, if u watch CNN & MSNBC, they have their Stevie Wonders on and hear what they want to hear. Bought and paid for puppets.

Posted by: The Herb | August 14, 2020 at 12:47 PM

#SourcesMatter

A word to the wise...IF you have retirement account investments (401K, IRA, Kehough, etc.) that are not in an actively managed portfolio you need to move them to one that is IF you can.

You may also want to have your finacial advisor or company's retirement management account manager review your investment profile (how your money is allocated and level of risk) and strategies may need to change prior to the election. Uncertain times my friends bring extreme market volatility and severe risk follows.

Watch what the big boys are going to do to protect their assets starting around 30 days prior to the election. If you own individual stocks put STOP options at a level or price you feel comfortable them falling to as it could literally happen overnight or before you can react.

TonyCane

Or to cite specific examples from this morning...these articles:

Closing Schools Will Be Good for Children's Health Maggie Mulqueen, NBC News

Schools Must Reopen for the Children's Sake Kevin Roberts, Washington Examiner

TonyCane

Herb, what’s incredible is the divergence of reporting and opinion. There seems no middle ground. If one side says 2+2 is 4, the other reflexively argues it equals 5.

An example...go to realclearpolitics.com...it’s an aggregate of opinion pages. You’ll see two articles...one says that school closures are great, the other says that it is terrible for children. No article saying that it falls in the middle.

The Herb

Yeah, if u watch CNN & MSNBC, they have their Stevie Wonders on and hear what they want to hear. Bought and paid for puppets.

Old Skool

Florida State University wide receiver Warren Thompson has accused the school's athletics department of lying "multiple times" about players' health safety conditions related to Covid-19 during the first week of football camp.

Warren made the accusations in a letter posted on Instagram.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/13/us/florida-state-football-coronavirus/index.html

TonyCane

Best case scenario: A partial spring season is held for the two conferences, ACC, Big 12, and SEC plow throw the fall amidst starts and stops and political outrage that they did not shut down.

Worst Case Scenario: No one plays football in 2020. Spring is ruled unsafe, and liability concerns prevent a fall 2021 season for college or the NFL. 73 colleges shut down their football programs for good; NFL files for bankruptcy to eventually re-emerge for 2023 season. Football is politicized and becomes a left / right issue - one side decides football should be banned for safety concerns, the other reflexively supports it.

TonyCane

Best case scenario: A partial spring season is held for the two conferences, ACC, Big 12, and SEC plow throw the fall amidst starts and stops and political outrage that they did not shut down.

Worst Case Scenario: No one plays football in 2020. Spring is ruled unsafe, and liability concerns prevent a fall 2021 season for college or the NFL. 73 colleges shut down their football programs for good; NFL files for bankruptcy to eventually re-emerge for 2023 season. Football is politicized and becomes a left / right issue - one side decides football should be banned for safety concerns, the other reflexively supports it.

Harry Miller

Sorry thats silverdoctors.com

Harry Miller


Interesting read about Antifa, I hope this is not true. Go to -Silver Doctore.com and read this artical.


Antifa Terrorists Received A Large Cache Of Weapons For Coordinated Multi-City “TET Offensive” Against America

TonyCane

I’m not sure, 58. If they are not asking this question, they should. I was asking about this season in April...this cancellation is not a surprise.

58 Straight

Liability is my guess. No one wants to be on the hook for future litigation due to someone contacting the virus and having it end badly.

Happy Friday eve Peeps

Posted by: CGNC | August 13, 2020 at 03:24 PM

So will everyone sue Walmart, Publix, Walgreens, CVS and other places where the "got" COVID? I'm sure that somone will sue Tha Space because I did not wear a mask while blogging!

KYcane

“ Yeah, man it's messed up times
Half the world's done lost its mind
The rest are looking for a sign
Just to hold on to
You can't believe what's on the news
They lie to your face is what they do
They think we're all just a bunch of fools”

Chris Knight

AeroCane

Hi CGNC!

Yep, attorneys will sue for anything / right or wrong. Here’s a scenario: the kid doesn’t play and goes home and gets covid - now the attorney sues the school for letting him leave school since the environment at school was safer!!
Lol

CGNC


So what gives here?

Posted by: 58 Straight | August 12, 2020 at 11:07 PM

Liability is my guess. No one wants to be on the hook for future litigation due to someone contacting the virus and having it end badly.

Happy Friday eve Peeps

MLAlumni1970

Leaving Satellite Beach on Sunday, for Michigan and some cool fall weather. With no football, at least I won't have to listen to the arrogant Wolverines, who are truly obnoxious. I went to a game many years ago in Ann Arbor. Left in 4th quarter early, because we were down 3 or 4 touchdowns, and they were so nasty to me and my cousin, Amy. Listened on the way home, and we came back and beat them on the last play. I think the quarterback was Steve Walsh. I will never leave early again. My father always taught me that, but I broke his rule. He went to Notre Dame, so discipline was drilled into them!! Wolverines are so much worse than the Irish. Take care everyone and GO CANES.

AeroCane

IF the season is played, ESPN computer models have us going 5-6 or 4-7 (depending on rounding)
I sure hope they are terribly wrong and we go 9-2 or 10-1!

58 Straight

If the Big Ten and Pac-12 go two years without football, they’ll be giving their own programs an SMU style death penalty. Why would any freshman blue chip player stay at any of those schools when he would have no idea when he might actuAlly play again. You could easily see a mass raiding of the two conferences of coaches and players.

Posted by: TonyCane | August 12, 2020 at 05:01 PM

Can U say: "Economic Collapse"? TV revenue, stadiums, employees, campuses, Hotels, restaurants, food vendors, NFL drafts. The economic impact tentacles will reach far and wide and deep.

Is that what they are trying to do?

Do they not realize what the consequences may be?

Survival rate in the GENERAL population is over 99% and that includes elderly, people with underlying conditions and the rest. Young, healthy college athletes are not going to be significantly impacted by this virus.

So what gives here?

TonyCane


On a worse case, let’s play the first game against UAB and beat them 58-0 and call it a season! Recruiting would go crazy good, and we can claim the hypothetical championship! LOL

Posted by: AeroCane | August 12, 2020 at 06:00 PM

You're too merciful. We need triple figures against that dastardly UAB team.

HerbieIbis

Remember, Garcia is playing at Valdosta High School for his Sr. Yr.

AeroCane

On a worse case, let’s play the first game against UAB and beat them 58-0 and call it a season! Recruiting would go crazy good, and we can claim the hypothetical championship! LOL

TonyCane

It’s an interesting time. If the ACC, Big 12, and the SEC play this season and the other two Power 5 conferences refuse, I question what circumstances will allow the latter two conferences from resuming play. There are no standards for returning, outside of a complete ebbing of the pandemic.

If the Big Ten and Pac-12 go two years without football, they’ll be giving their own programs an SMU style death penalty. Why would any freshman blue chip player stay at any of those schools when he would have no idea when he might actuAlly play again. You could easily see a mass raiding of the two conferences of coaches and players.

AeroCane

ACC, SEC, Big 12 (includes Oklahoma and Texas) and possibly Nebraska
Let’s hope we have college football with the above and Manny and the Canes surprise the world and beats Clemson 3 times each by a score of 58-0!!! (Yes, 3 - regular season, ACC championship, and playoffs)

roachcane77

As soon as no schools have no football season there will be no "money for nothing" and "no chicks for free".
Posted by: 58 Straight | August 11, 2020 at 11:03 PM

I saw what you did there... niiice!😉

(We'll ALL be in "Dire Straits" soon!)

Let's Go CANES!🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

orange 'n green in the vein

"Posted by: 58 Straight | August 11, 2020 at 10:39 PM"

Old enough to vote, old enough to be drafted, old enough to use tobacco, used to be old enough to drink even, but somehow must have mommy and daddy to say it's ok to play a game for kids in exchange for a free education . . .

Don't huff underage jock's straps who aren't going to be on the roster this year, no matter what, is the lesson as always, leads to infantile fretting over adults in an attempt to deflect responsibility away from their decisions.

58 Straight

This latest challenge now allows schools to give money to athletes for expenditures like computers, study abroad scholarships, paid internships, musical instruments and other products and services related to academic pursuits.

Bans against direct cash payments remain in effect.

Posted by: Old Skool | August 11, 2020 at 03:27 PM

Great idea. Hope you and they like it.

As soon as no schools have no football season there will be no "money for nothing" and "no chicks for free".

Bans against direct cash payments remain in effect.

Except at LSU, FSU, OSU and Bama.

But then we can negotiate that?

58 Straight

Have parents sign a waiver. If they don't want their kid to play, they don't play.

Posted by: The Herb | August 11, 2020 at 09:33 PM

F that. If "kid" is 18 years of age or older have them sign a waiver and play. Hate to break it to you but life is full of risks. I drive on I-4 in Orlando, I know, I know! People leave their homes everyday and do not come home at night.

Just for all of you out there, even you non-believers, the way I see it is this: If God wants me, he can have me, that means that my work here on earth is done. I'm good either way.

58 Straight

One league hasn't fielded a national championship quality winner in seven seasons now, the other has to claim their split in the BCS era counts as much as the real championship 18 years ago, before that you have to go all the way to 30 seasons ago to claim even a split or all the way to 49 seasons ago to claim an actual outright championship. Safe to say nothing of value was lost on the football field this year from either overrated league.

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | August 11, 2020 at 07:10 PM

Tee hee, tee hee.

Love this.

The Herb

Have parents sign a waiver. If they don't want their kid to play, they don't play.

orange 'n green in the vein

One league hasn't fielded a national championship quality winner in seven seasons now, the other has to claim their split in the BCS era counts as much as the real championship 18 years ago, before that you have to go all the way to 30 seasons ago to claim even a split or all the way to 49 seasons ago to claim an actual outright championship. Safe to say nothing of value was lost on the football field this year from either overrated league.

Old Skool

Pac-10 cancels fall sports as per ESPN.

Apparently, there is medical safe and lawyer safe. Two separate kinds of safe. And some serious money involved. Imagine a future top 10 draft pick gets a severe long term case of COVID during the season with some kind of long term impact (Cytokine storm maybe). Now he's suing based upon loss of future earning potential. Some serious bucks there that would have the lawyers swarming

orange 'n green in the vein

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/29639609/acc-medical-expert-says-fall-football-season-played-safely

No risk, no reward . . .

Old Skool

March Madness ...

Big 10 postpones football until Spring

Old Skool

In other news ...

Supreme Court Justice Elana Kagan on Tuesday denied a request from the National Collegiate Athletic Association to freeze a lower court ruling that allows colleges to compensate athletes for education-related expenses, clearing the way for the ruling to go into effect.

The NCAA asked the court to put the lower court ruling on hold while it appealed the decision. A panel of judges on the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a ruling earlier this year that the NCAA violated federal antitrust law when it barred schools from certain expenditures for student athletes.

This latest challenge now allows schools to give money to athletes for expenditures like computers, study abroad scholarships, paid internships, musical instruments and other products and services related to academic pursuits. Bans against direct cash payments remain in effect.

HerbieIbis

I believe, that once William's came aboard, Collier wasn't a need even though I did say if he wanted to come we should take him but getting William's, to The Herb, basically forced him in another direction.
Probably be looking to add another CB, WR and best available for 3 of our 4 ships left.
Yulkeith Brown is now back in play and Markievious Brown would probably the CB they go after. Chase Smith would be my guess for the best available. The last would be a waiting game for Garcia.
As long as we play, I don't care if it's against the sisters of the poor, just play.
I just hope the ACC won't be bandwagon jumpers and join in with the Big Ten and Pac however many schools they got, conference and cancel the season.

58 Straight

Rumph and Patke are liabilities.

They both MUST go.

That is all.

JCane

Aero:

I would hope that Manny would be smarter than that, but who knows. Rocking the Twitterverse without knowing for sure a kid's plan and knowing the kid would be okay with that hint being put out there is something that could hurt your rep with kids bigtime, along with making you look stupid. Let the kid announce and have his moment.

What happens if the ACC is the only one, or one of three conferences playing? As Herb said, this whole thing has hit religious levels in terms of folks' beliefs. If you have kids (not the athletes) traveling to and attending universities everywhere, and if crowds are kept at a minimum at games, AND if the players actually want to play...hmmmmm.

AeroCane

Hypothetical
What if the acc cancels their season and the SEC doesn’t but needs more teams and invites us to join - I say do it in a sec! JMO

AeroCane

jCane
I have no idea but it is clear that manny likes rumph too much and maybe he was looking at the potential of Marshall committing with the dreaded orange and green colored glasses (and rumph in his ear)

JCane

Trying to focus on recruiting and the assumption of normal FB in '21. Btw, 86, things are never normal in Gainesville. Why would any alum ever want to come back?

Question of the day is exactly what Manny might have been referring to when he blew up Twitter a week or two ago? It had seemed he was alluding to Marshall, which may or may not have been the case. If yes, it backfired. Of not, what or who was it about? Was it Taylor confirming or some other news? Opinions?

JCane

No shocker. Collier to FU.

CGNC

The Golden Domers of Notre Dame will play, probably themselves and get all the TV Revenue. ;-)

86Cane

Yahoo Sports predicts that if the NFL plays games in empty stadiums that they will lose $5 BILLION dollars in 2020. OUCH!

Old Skool

From CNN

The Big Ten and Pac-12 have reportedly decided to cancel their 2020 football seasons and are set to announce the news Tuesday, according to Dan Patrick.

The ACC, Big 12 and SEC remain in a state of flux, and the SEC is attempting to save the 2020 season by inviting some schools to join the conference, per Patrick.

Old Skool

Even if football games are played, here's a trivial and interesting consideration ...

Read something last week about schools re-opening I hadn't thought about.

I figured there would be no choruses in schools. Apparently, no wind instruments can be played in high school bands either. No clarinets, flutes, trumpets trombones, French horns, tubas, etc. I'm trying to imagine a football game with glockenspiels and drums. Of course, with social distancing, it may be quiet enough for violins to be heard, although, I can't imagine a violin pep rally.

We'll probably wind up with a taped play list and holographic half time shows or marching robots ... Sony already has ones that dance.

HerbieIbis

Well our luck finally ran out, in hearing Marshall going to the Gators, after most of the picks had him to the U.
No big deal if Collier goes, we have safeties out the rear end.
Alexis is off the board as he verbed to Texas.
Now to Rumph, I like him as a coach but he is an albetros on the recruiting trail.
CB and WR are positions that are flooded with good players and we can't get a couple high caliber guys. 3 stars are a dime a dozen. Here we sit with 2 guys, one who basically is an offensive player. The same as last year with Clarke. Why do we struggle with getting quality CB'S and LB's. Good players but not extremely high ceiling guys.
Looks like filling those last few ships is going to be like the old days, resulting in us flipping some rocks over to find what they call hidden gem!

58 Straight

Agreed, Aero. Bringing in Marshall would have been huge, needing a top cb something fierce, locking down south FL and Palmetto, signing a 3rd 5 star, and getting a recruiting win by Rumph and over FU. Also, just last week it had looked like the U was likely to get the verbal. As for Collier, clearly we're loaded at safety. We clearly have done well recently with recruiting, but the full run just didn't happen. With Marshall heading to Gator Land, I'd be surprised to not see Collier there, too.

Posted by: JCane | August 09, 2020 at 10:31 PM

There will be no more Gainesville IF this 2020 football season cancellation continues. No hotels, no restaurants, no gas stations, no nothing. Trust me, "The Swamp" is the swamp.

Good luck boyz!

58 Straight

I think Rousseau made a huge mistake by opting out. With the season with a strong likelihood of not occurring anyway, why not continue to practice with the team and keep options open, while also not looking like a prima donna to all around (ie NFL) if it might not even be necessary. I agree with you, Tony, as there is a huge risk going forward for college sports in general. One thing for sure is that it won't be the same going forward. The hope for college football is that a vaccine becomes available and on a wide scale basis by the spring, making the following season more feasible for athletes and fans alike. The likelihood of this is anyone's guess, but the question of how good a vaccine might be, when it might be approved, how fast it could get out, and everyone's perceptions about viral infections going forward, along with the financial well-being of universities and their athletic depts, all will play a role.

Posted by: JCane | August 08, 2020 at 04:56 PM

58 Straight

Sorry to be so negative, but this entire situation is very frustrating. CFB - and sports in general - cannot survive two years without playing. It's that simple. Cancel sports from high school up in 2020 and 2021 and there will be very little to resume. Even an Alabama will tap out - you cannot run a $40 - $60M annual deficit with no revenue coming in. And there is NO bailout money coming to college football or any professional sports league.

As for the virus, the problem with shutting down is that NO ONE has any identifiable metrics for when things can reopen. Is it 500 cases a day in the affected state? 10? None? Is it the employment of a vaccine? Does the vaccine need to be 80% effective? 50%? Does there need to be contact tracing? There are no standards for reopening.

The other problem is the fact that a lockdown or reopening has taken on political dimensions. And because politics is on the verge of replacing religion as people's primary identifying characteristic, if one side says lockdown then one side will want to stay locked down for three, five, ten, one hundred years. However long it takes, until it is decided otherwise. And if one side says no mask, then partisans will not wear a mask no matter what. There's no middle ground, no reason. And a profit driven media skews towards the most inflamatory rhetoric to drive viewers in a fading print and cable universe.

It's all quite frustrating.

Posted by: TonyCane | August 08, 2020 at 05:42 PM

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