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However, in theory and concept you are still trying to take part of someone else's profits rather than creating or generating your own. Posted by: 86Cane | May 30, 2018 at 10:37 AM And this is why most athletic departments are losing money, taking money from the revenue generating sports, and throwing it at the non-revenue sports. Last I looked, non-revenue sports at UM spent twice as much as they brought in. Put it to you like this SOUP...if you shared an apartment with say 3 other guys, would you pay all of the bills because you made the most money? Or if you owned 10 restaurants, and 3 of em' we're losing money no matter what you did, would you take the money from the 7 other stores and continuously pump it into the stores that are losing money?
Toggle Commented May 30, 2018 on We Remember U at Canespace
▪ Quarterback N’Kosi Perry has improved, but one observer said his deep ball is not as good as Malik Rosier’s even though Perry’s arm is excellent. Perry sometimes spins out of trouble when he’s under pressure and ends up turning his back on a play — in other words toward his own backfield. But that can be corrected. And there has been overall growth in his game. He’s playing more relaxed. “It seems like some first-year quarterbacks, they’re not vocal because they don’t want to say the wrong thing,” center Tyler Gauthier said last week. “Now, you can tell he’s more assertive. He’s going to walk in there and he wants eyes on him in the huddle. He’s going to make a play call and we’re going to run it and that’s the way it’s going to be. It’s definitely good to see him step up as a leader like that.” Rosier has a solid camp. He made one of the best plays in camp, avoiding a blitz, ducking out of traffic and running for a touchdown of close to 40 yards. Jarren Williams has impressed everyone with his arm strength but must learn to vary the speed on his throws. Mark Richt previously said he doesn’t expect Williams to challenge for the starting job this spring but that he might in August. One UM official said Cade Weldon clearly has improved. He’s big, strong, can throw on the run and has a good grasp of the offense. http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article207435934.html
Shouldn't be an excuse for our less than desirable results on the diamond...but it makes absolutely no sense that UM has to divvy up less than 12 schollies amongst 25 players, while already affluent athletes in sports that don't bring in any revenue (women's golf & tennis), get full rides. If big time College athletics was ran like a real business, you could fully fund baseball schollies at a school like UM.
Toggle Commented Mar 21, 2018 on The Devils Went Down To Miami at Canespace
Canes did win today, gender reveal verified a Baby Cane in the oven for my oldest son and daughter in law....Im stoked! Posted by: NativeCane | March 17, 2018 at 05:32 PM That's what's up right there, Congrats!
Sam Brooks is Nate Brooks' nephew...Nate's the other half of that famous blocked punt/scoop score combo vs WVU.
Toggle Commented Mar 4, 2018 on Because Nothing Beats Four Play at Canespace
Damn shame you can buy an AR-15 at 18 Y/O in Florida, before you can buy a 6 pack of Natty Light...damn, damn shame.
Toggle Commented Feb 15, 2018 on Cavs Crush Canes at Canespace
In football terms, UVA's basically the basketball version of GT's O, & Bama's D.
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2018 on Cavs Crush Canes at Canespace
Terrible execution in crunch time, hope Coach L's alright.
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2018 on Let's Swing This Thing! at Canespace
Good stuff Go Canes. Really interesting perspectives by Kuligowski. If Patch can keep His weight up, I think He can be a disrupter on the D-Line. Good news on Jackson, was having a heckuva season until the injury.
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2018 on Five Star Follies at Canespace
The Cavs have the absolute worse front office in basketball.
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2018 on Five Star Follies at Canespace
CB - 2 Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | February 07, 2018 at 12:03 PM We're gonna need more than that. We already lost Young, and then we lose JJ, Jackson, Redwine, & Dean to graduation. This defensive staff, Rumph in particular, have a lot of ground to make up.
Toggle Commented Feb 7, 2018 on Review: NSD 2016 at Canespace
You can like the kids we did get, and be disappointed we flat out fell on our face on NSD...the 2 are not mutually exlusive. Like I said, in an era where kids are bouncing after 3 years more & more, you have to recruit 2 years out. Next year we lose JJ, Redwine, & Jackson, and we don't even have 1 DB locked up for 2019. Rumph needs to tighten up.
Toggle Commented Feb 7, 2018 on Review: NSD 2016 at Canespace
Something else that bodes well for us Tuesday, is that 2 of the DB prospects listed as CBs (Frierson & Blades), may very well end up as Safeties. With all the concern about D-Line, we only have 3 returning CBs...and 2 of em' graduate after next year (Dean & Jackson). This $h!t should be what???
Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | February 03, 2018 at 01:46 PM Don't forget Ford, kid looked jacked up in a recent pic I saw. I think He's gonna be a force on the D-Line.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2018 on Canes Seek To Choke The Hokies at Canespace
Regardless, Miami's gonna get the kids that are good enough to leave after 3 years, this ain't BITD where kids hung around for 4 years regardless of how good they were. Can't get caught out there like Kuligowski scrambling for recruits.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2018 on Canes Seek To Choke The Hokies at Canespace
And that's the thing with a program like UM, you get a lot of these "3 & Done" types, you really have to recruit 2 years out.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2018 on Canes Seek To Choke The Hokies at Canespace
This class, especially at the skill positions, is as loaded as loaded can possibly be. Posted by: Go Canes!! | February 03, 2018 at 09:33 AM True, but you also have to take into account that we lose Jackson, Redwine, & JJ to graduation, & on top of that we already lost Young to an unfortunate, career ending injury. Losing out on the 2 AH DBs puts even more pressure on hitting our DB targets in next year's class...getting the 2 AH DBs buys us time for next year's class.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2018 on Canes Seek To Choke The Hokies at Canespace
Agree with Herb, getting 2 outta 4 is sub-par. We shouldn't be losing a recruit like Chatman to a 4-7 UF team...ditto with Surtain Jr. to LSU. Now I can understand battling UGA for a recruit, but still, those are types of recruiting battles we need to win, especially since we have a coach on staff that used to coach the kid. This $h!t should be easy.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2018 on Canes Seek To Choke The Hokies at Canespace
Club Dossier...Club Memo...Club Collusion...SOUP!, let's go half on a skrip club???
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2018 on Hurricane Hoopsters Hold Out Hope at Canespace
If we miss on them now, are we still blaming Rumph? Posted by: 1mg of Epi | February 02, 2018 at 06:58 PM Yes...hell, we needed Adrian Colbert to somewhat salvage our DB recruiting class last year with Dean. No excuse for losing kids that you coached in HS, especially kids that play a position that you played and currently coach.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2018 on Hurricane Hoopsters Hold Out Hope at Canespace
LSU was just coming off a NC when Peterson committed in 08', while we were coming off a 5-7 season. A program on the rise (UM) is easier to sell than a program that's middle of road at best (LSU). Also, Peterson never played on a team that won the SEC-W. Surtain Jr. doesn't have to go to LSU to be Patrick Peterson, He can do it in Miami with a legit shot to win the ACC & a NC. Damn this crootin' $h!t easy, where do I sign up???
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2018 on Hurricane Hoopsters Hold Out Hope at Canespace
LOL...some of y'all carryin' on like Richt just started recruiting those kids yesterday. Given Richt's track record at AH, & the fact He offers kids as early as the 8th grade, the only person that has a longer relationship with the "AH4" is probably Rumph. Add in the fact that Richt is known as a great closer, this $h!t should be easy.
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2018 on Hurricane Hoopsters Hold Out Hope at Canespace
Berrios, via Susan: “A lot of times as fans you always think the grass is greener. That’s just a normal thing to think. Something I’ve seen that’s definitely been a trend with Miami fans the last four years is, ‘The new guy is always best.’ It’s not always true by any stretch of the imagination. “I just don’t see anybody beating out Malik. Said Rose of Rosier: “He got that experience and boy, that says a lot. He has got to go into spring and say ‘Hey, man. I won 10 games last year. I don’t care what happened at the end.’ ” “Exactly,’’ Berrios said. “That’s what he has to focus on, that’s what he has to build upon. It’s hard. You can’t get that experience anywhere else. You can’t. Try to simulate it in a practice. That experience is true live ball. I don’t see anybody beating him out.’’ http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article197799639.html#navlink=Lead
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2018 on Hurricane Hoopsters Hold Out Hope at Canespace
If what I've read about Campbell's parents ages is true, I think He's more of a lock than Surtain. I'm 44 Y/O and I don't like driving more than 10 miles at night, so I can only imagine being AARP age and driving from Miramar to Athens & back. Unle💰💰, the Campbells "my💰teriou💰ly" get like one million frequent flyer miles and/or a "real 💰weet" deal on 💰ome real e💰tate in Athens.
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2018 on Hurricane Hardballers Ranked #24 at Canespace
Now this whole Miller thing makes sense: This is what BJ Jennings Dad, who is the LB and strength and conditioning coach at this kids H.S. had to say about him: "He’s 6-4, 330 and he can move. He’s a big, strong kid, is very physical, agile. He’s a good, humble kid, very smart and intelligent. I actually went through and evaluated a lot of kids coming out in his class - if he was being promoted and people knew about him that’s a 4 or 5 star kid.” More from BJ Jennings dad: "Miami got the film last night, and this morning coach (Mark) Richt called with an offer,” said Jennings, who played at Florida State. “This kid, he’s legit, the real deal. I think he’s going to be a great one. I played with some really good D linemen playing at Florida State, but this kid is amazing, man. It’s hard to find kids that size, it’s very rare you find them that size that can come off the ball like him and stay low, penetrate through the holes and seek the ball out the way he does. He hustles, flies to the ball, it’s very rare in a kid his size."
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2018 on Hurricane Hardballers Ranked #24 at Canespace