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Why not Miami? We have a better roster than anyone on that side. Posted by: TonyCane | May 25, 2016 at 01:36 AM And now, better coaching to go along with that better roster
Toggle Commented May 25, 2016 on Time Is On Our Side at Canespace
Adam Silver is taking a lot of Tums anti acid tonight with the thought of an OKC v Toronto NBA Finals
Toggle Commented May 25, 2016 on Time Is On Our Side at Canespace
Ritch has some really good players in this class. I saw many of them play in high school. They are fast and athletic - I don't care what the recruiting sites say their star ratings are, there are some future NFL draft picks in the incoming class and 2017 class.
Toggle Commented May 23, 2016 on Time Is On Our Side at Canespace
Interesting: Denver Kirkland, a Booker T. Alumn who went with Alex Collins to Arkansas, made himself eligible after his junior year for the NFL draft, but wasn't drafted. He should have played at OL-U. He could have played closer to home and would have gotten a more realistic assessment of his skills. The U puts more OLs in the pros than Arkansas. The south Florida pipeline to Arkansas is broken
Toggle Commented May 22, 2016 on Time Is On Our Side at Canespace
I Dallas but I still hope we get Jerry Judy... Posted by: CoCane | May 21, 2016 at 11:47 PM I agree 100%. Canes are thin at receiver. The more talented receivers the better
Toggle Commented May 22, 2016 on Time Is On Our Side at Canespace
Good news about WALTON getting reinstated. Will need him next season
Toggle Commented May 20, 2016 on Time Is On Our Side at Canespace
Canes baseball with a great win tonight against GT!
Toggle Commented May 10, 2016 on Juice, Juice Baby at Canespace
I am confident Artie Burns will be an NFL star. Burns made some great plays last season and showed tons of potential as well as improvement since his freshman season. Mike Tomlin is a great coach and he knows a few things about defensive backs. I like Burns future in the NFL
Toggle Commented May 10, 2016 on Juice, Juice Baby at Canespace
Happy Mother's Day Canespace ladies! Men, don't forget to give special treatment to all the moms in your life!
Toggle Commented May 8, 2016 on Is There A Bear In The Bush? at Canespace
Rich Gannnon was selected in the fourth round and he was a super bowl quarterback
Toggle Commented May 7, 2016 on Is There A Bear In The Bush? at Canespace
They quoted an interesting stat last weekend...since a point in the1990s, only three quarterbacks taken after the second round have had three or more strong NFL seasons...Marc Bulger, Matt Hasselbach, and Tony Romo. Posted by: TonyCane | May 07, 2016 at 12:04 AM Uh, you might want to mention THAT GUY who plays QB for the Patriots, what's his name??? Posted by: SOUP | May 07, 2016 at 12:19 AM And that guy that plays for the Seahawks.
Toggle Commented May 7, 2016 on Is There A Bear In The Bush? at Canespace
Sports Illustrated post-spring poll ranks Miami at 24. Seems a developing consensus is that the Canes will be a top 25 team.
Toggle Commented May 6, 2016 on Is There A Bear In The Bush? at Canespace
I hope Kaaya puts up the numbers that force him to leave as a JR. That just means we are winning games. A 10 game win season (with a marquee victory, i.e. FSU or ND and ACCCG) would solidify his entrance into the draft. Posted by: Da U N Houston | May 05, 2016 at 11:55 AM There IT is right there. Posted by: SOUP | May 05, 2016 at 01:59 PM I agree 100%. Success for Kaaya translates into success for the Canes. At least 10 wins with CMR at the helm. Kaaya will continue a long string of Canes first round picks
Toggle Commented May 5, 2016 on Is There A Bear In The Bush? at Canespace
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000531745/article/college-programs-with-the-most-alums-on-nfl-week-1-rosters Miami was at #2 last season. This next draft should be a good one for the U with Kaaya, AQM, Grace and others coming out. With CMR at the helm, #1 will be within our grasp in 3 years.
Toggle Commented May 1, 2016 on Calling All Gator Haters! at Canespace
http://www.floridagridironpreps.com/NFL-Draft/2016/round/ Always interesting to view this plist. Nee d to erect a fence around the state of Miami again and keep more at home
Toggle Commented Apr 30, 2016 on Calling All Gator Haters! at Canespace
Great. I predicted Artie Burns would get selected in the first round. It was close but Glad I didn't have to eat crow on this one. Burns deserve it, and he can help his family. Burns will be a future all pro, and he keeps the Canes first round streak going.
Toggle Commented Apr 29, 2016 on Calling All Gator Haters! at Canespace
Tunsel is a great pick for the Dolphins. They should have a great offensive line if they stay healthy
Toggle Commented Apr 29, 2016 on Calling All Gator Haters! at Canespace
If a recruit wants to make it to the NFL, then NFL-U is the place to go
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2016 on Calling All Gator Haters! at Canespace
I'm n the Herald update about Waton, the police said the DUI case was "closed." I don't know what that means. Perhaps, the authorities don't see i as serious, but CMR does because he is trying to teach 18-20 year olds how to conduct themselves appropriately off the field. Driving with a suspended license is unacceptable so a light suspension might be appropriate
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2016 on Lady Canes Fall To UNC at Canespace
CMR has to send a message, not only to WALTON, but to his teammates. CMR has to show he is serious about players being focused and disciplined. Likely to be suspended at least one game. Crowded backfield. WALTON is talented, but CMR has options. If WALTON can't stay focused, he will not play
Brad Kaaya is letting us know what the team's leaders are feeling when they saw the banners. Players hated them, and Coach Golden wasn't fired because of banners. Golden was fired because he didn't win like he should have. Kaaya has nothing to worry about. Kaaya will be a first round pick next year, so I am pulling for him and this team to have a great year to send him off in style. I believe they will make a lot of noise in the ACC this season. They have the coaches and talented players to get it done and they will
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2016 on Spring Game Summary at Canespace
Canes are a better team but there are some depth concerns, especially at DB and OL. Still, I like what I see. It's the best the Canes have looked in a while! Looking forward to the freshmen WRs arriving on campus. From what I see, they will definitely play this season. It looks like a top 25 team that should win the ACC coastal. They have a chance to compete with FSU. CMR and his staff are really good
Toggle Commented Apr 17, 2016 on It's Great, To Be, A Miami Hurricane! at Canespace
Coach Kool can coach him some defensive lineman. He really knows what he is doing, and at a critical position of need. Swim moves? I thought our defensive lineman forget how to use their hands and body
Kaaya is a lot better than last season and so is the defensive line. Kaaya is probably a first round pick next year, and we may have a few future first round picks on the roster. That is certainly a recipe for a successful season. CMR is bringing the U is back.
I like DaUinHouston's list, but would reverse the top order because TAYLOR might be one of the best players to ever play the game of football- period. Reed is a great safety and champion at the U. Reed may be the second best safety at the college level and the best at the pro levels. But Taylor REGULARLY did things I never saw any athlete ever do. Taylor was an athletic freak, with a nasty mean streak. He could play cornerback or linebacker and still be a great player at either position. 1. Sean Taylor 2. Ed Reed 3. Bennie Blades 4. Kenny Phillips 5. Antrel Rolle (What Ohio said)
Toggle Commented Apr 7, 2016 on The Birth Of A Man And A Miracle at Canespace