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I suspect with this year of seasoning but as a play caller and getting familar with what his players can do and what ACC defense do I think he will be a lot better next year with Kaaya back. Posted by: Hassan | December 02, 2016 at 03:16 PM True.
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Hopefully we find more contributors from this potentially larger than max class, than the previous large classes that we've signed.
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In addition to attrition, we also have several kids that are EEing, unless the EEs not counting against the following year's class has stopped? And shouldn't we have extra schollies from the ones the NCAA took?
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Seems like even if we lose a kid, we have another kid lined up. Pays to have coaches who have previous experience recruiting in the SEC (Diaz,Kuligowski & Banda), or in the South (Dugans).
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IKR UMike...amazing the last staff wasn't gonna offer this kid because He was an inch too short...smh.
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Cavs - 78 Clippers - 104 In Cleveland. WWIN? Ohio_Cane?
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Another former NFL player gets killed in road rage incident in NO...RIP Joe McKnight.
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Could be worse, but DAMN! I wish we were playing in the ACCCG Saturday...DAMN!
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I can see Strong at ND if Kelly resigns.
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Coach L started Huell with Lawrence off the bench. Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | November 30, 2016 at 09:35 PM Oh OK, so Huell did start. Kid's talented as heck...took the ball coast to coast and He's 6'9-6'10!!!
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Why does Huell ever sit the bench?
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Game's on ESPNU ICYMI.
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Good start for UM, 25-12.
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UM vs Rutgers tonight at 7:00 on ESPNU...ACC-B10 Challenge.
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Correction, KD played with McKinney for 2 years (00' & 01).
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And SOUP, can we ban #trendingup for #WEBALLIN'BOYZ?
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38-2 > 21-14. We don't almost go to 3 NCs in a row if Kelly,Crudup, or Kaaya was the QB. Dorsey only played with McKinney for 1 year, so how do you explain 02'? And with the exception of play-action, Dorsey never took more than a 5 step drop at UM...which requires :03 or better pass pro...which is basically what Richt has changed the pass game to since ND. O-Line & Kaaya is overrated.
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Again, who ever said you don't need talent to win? Kaaya played behind an NFL O-Line, and we went 6-7. We couldn't even match the 9 win total from the year before. Face it, so far, our ceiling with Him at QB is 8 wins. Let's not act like His experience at UM was like Luck's at Stanford where He played with a bunch of slow pokes. Kid's had talent around em', and we've underachieved.
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How good would Kaaya have been behind the line Dorsey played with? How many TD's does he throw to Andre Johnson and the boys? I can bet you with that team Kaaya would have a Natty and would have bested Dorsey's number's. Kaaya has a better arm and accuracy, the only thing Dorsey might have on him is leadership. The truth is Kaaya was under Golden and his crappy leadership style, Dorsey was on a team with other incredible leaders like Ed Reed, Has Kaaya learned from an Ed Reed on this team who knows maybe he becomes a leader like Dorsey. Posted by: Hassan | November 29, 2016 at 10:46 PM Bout' the only physical trait that Kaaya bests Dorsey, is His sideline throwing...otherwise, KD11 > Kaaya. Dorsey threw a better deep ball, had better feet, & made better post-snap reads. And you can argue that Kaaya played behind a better O-Line as a freshman, I think everybody on that line is in the NFL...and we went 6-7.
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Glad you & the fam are safe UMike...are you anywhere near that wildfire?
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I'm not surprised that Jeudy might flip...He would definitely play right away, and like I've said, we more than hold our own against Bama locally & State-wide (see Richards amongst others). It's Nationally where we gotta step up our game, but DJ Johnson is a good start.
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Exactly VA, look what happened to Pat White, and He got hit by a CB! You can outrun em' in College when you're the fastest player at any given time, but the talent in the NFL is concentrated.
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I know Terrance, I just don't think He'll last that long in the L.
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That Trubinsky kid I like.
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I think Jackson will go 1st, but I think He'll have an RG3ish career in the league. Small hands and a naturally small frame will be His downfall.
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