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“He’s more accurate,’’ receiver Jeff Thomas says. “He’s making passes he couldn’t last year.” His reading of defenses improved with study. Case in point: Saturday’s intra-squad scrimmage, where he got to the line for what designed as a quick, red-zone play over the middle. He saw no blitz coming and a traffic jam in the middle. He slowed down the offense, changed the play to his outsider receivers. He threw a touchdown to Lawrence Cager. “Perfect call, perfect pass,’’ Cager said. “He wouldn’t have done that a year ago,’’ quarterback coach Jon Richt said. Most every day it’s something. Rosier pointed to the last practice where he yelled at a receiver who didn’t win on a slant across the middle. Jon Richt pointed to a recent practice where the offense ran a staggering 150 plays before working on red-zone offense to finish out – and then looked too tired in the red-zone work. “He let them have it, said, ‘This is where we’ve win,’ ‘’ Jon Richt said. “That’s what we need from him.” It's His team..." http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/miami-hurricanes/fl-sp-hyde-hurricanes-20180813-story.html
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And while these freshmen TEs are talented with their pass catching, they gotta grow up quick with their blocking. Hopefully Polendey keeps steppin' up like Richt said He has to take some pressure off they young'ins.
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I am curious as to who dropped passes though. My guess is the second and third team receivers. Posted by: BigWindyCane | August 12, 2018 at 12:01 PM Harley dropped three of em'. Might be one less DB Rumph has to recruit. #Butterfingers
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Good coaching points on staying low by Brown. He's gonna be a HC one day, has that mentality.
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HawaiiCane...I'm hearing it was a heart attack, and He was only 33 Y/O. Just sad man.
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RIP Tyrone Moss.
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#KellyTough: "Scans performed Wednesday by doctors in New York showed no evidence of oral cancer in Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly. The scans came almost four months after Kelly underwent a 12-hour surgery March 28 to remove the cancer and reconstruct his upper jaw. Kelly announced March 1 that doctors had found evidence of oral cancer after he had been cancer-free for more than three years." http://www.sportingnews.com/ca/nfl/news
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Sounds like the young'ins need to step up: Richt said he’s teaching Perry, Weldon and Williams “what it means to be the leader of the team.’’ “We’re teaching them what it means to be the quarterback,” Richt said of the three younger signal callers. “The quarterback has a different standard of how you behave on the field, off the field, how you prepare. It’s different. And these guys got to learn that. They’re making strides, but I haven’t seen it to where I’m like this guy is ready to take the reins. But we’ll see.”
“But even from my standpoint, when time passes [and] the emotion of the season ends, you go back and you review game film — coaches’ copy, TV copy, and just kind of watch what happened last year. He made a lot of big plays in some really big moments. And without it, we’re not going to win. “He made some great plays with his wheels. He ran the ball well and did some things that if he doesn’t do the things that he did, we probably don’t win 10 games last year.” https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article215046165.html
Berrios also left some big shoes to fill, kid made some big/tough catches for us last year. But like I said about TE above, we definitely have the talent to fill that role.
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Do you guys think the tight ends coming in can step up enough run blocking to get the best effect? Posted by: TruCane81 | July 18, 2018 at 12:23 PM Hope so, first time in a minute we've had this little experience returning. Hopefully MI2 steps up, but the 2 true freshmen are definitely talented.
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Tebow was the most dominant college football player over a three year period I've ever seen. Posted by: Go Canes!! | July 16, 2018 at 06:19 PM I agree, Tebow definitely was a winner. I still feel He got a raw deal in the NFL. Insinuating CMR would have found a way not to win it with him is a ludicrous position. Posted by: Go Canes!! | July 16, 2018 at 06:19 PM I think Richt could've coached em', Richt coached Kendra, who I felt was Tebow 1.0.
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LOL...Tebow would've been horrible in Whipple's O, imagine Tebow trying to execute Whipple's patented 9 step drop that got Jacory severely concussed.
Toggle Commented Jul 16, 2018 on Athletics + Academics = Achievements at Canespace
Brad probably finished as the hottest QB in the Country in 16', no doubt, but at the same time, let's not pretend that the last 5 defenses we played that year didn't suck.
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The Depth Chart Richt Inherited 1. Standish Dobard 2. David Njoku 3. Chris Herndon 4. Jake O’Donnell The Depth Chart Entering 2018 1. Brevin Jordan 2. Will Mallory 3. Michael Irvin Jr. 4. Brian Polendey Better, Same, or Worse: Worse. Miami's incoming group of freshmen are talented and could end up being better, but out of fairness we have to give the nod to the group Richt inherited, which featured productive playmakers like David Njoku and Chris Herndon. Tight ends coach Todd Hartley did a tremendous job on the recruiting trail, landing highly touted prospects like Jordan and Mallory last year and both of those players look like they will continue UM's rich tradition at tight end. Watching Jordan and Mallory blossom during their freshman season will be one of the fun storylines of the upcoming 2018 season. https://247sports.com/college/miami/ContentGallery/Miami-Hurricanes-Football-Roster-Building-Grading-Richts-Reshaping-Of-UMs-Depth-Chart-119821862/
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Jmo but I'm tired of buzz and bs -time to really make a statement - last year was awesome but no statement as we didn't close with the top 2 DB's who's freakin' HS coach is our DB coach. Let's make a statement to the bamas, Georgia's, osu's out there! Posted by: AeroCane | July 16, 2018 at 07:57 AM FIFY.
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"3. Mark Richt While Richt has done an excellent job in his two-plus season at Miami, there are still questions if he is the right man that can lead the Hurricanes to a national champion or even an ACC title. In two years, Kirby Smart had a lot of the players Richt recruited while he was at Georgia playing for the national title against Alabama. For as much success as Richt had at Georgia, especially given the resources available to him, he still won a total of two SEC championships in his 15 seasons there. Until he can lead the Hurricanes to an ACC title or the playoff, Richt will continue to have his doubters." https://athlonsports.com/college-football/why-miami-will-or-wont-make-college-football-playoff-2018
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Rosier was consistently inconsistent and horribly inaccurate way too often. Posted by: 58 Straight | July 13, 2018 at 01:43 PM LOL...even His supporters would agree with this, but a lot of His haters want you to think that His 3,700 yds. & 31 TDs played no role in us winning 10 games, the ACCC for the first time since entering the Conference, & beating FSU & ND for the first time in a loooooong time.
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The UNC performance is what really irked me...take away Rosier's 12 rushes for 20 yds., the RBs only got 39 yds. on 20 rushes. And this was against a team that was missing like half their players!
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Running game gotta be a lil' more consistent also. Versus FSU,UNC, & Pitt, we rushed the ball 84 times for 187 yds....take away Rosiers 38 rushes for 76 yds., the RBs only had 46 rushes for 111 yds....pathetic.
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UVA, Clemson, & I think Wisky's pass O started carving us up from jump. All I'm saying is nobody can come into this season resting on their laurels.
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LOL...minus the elite units that we had from 00'-02', QB play has been a gigantic liability since Dorsey left the buildin'. Let's not act like what we saw from Rosier towards the end of last year was the first time we saw a QB fade at some point in the season. Shoot, even Dorsey had 2 clunkers in 01' vs BC & VT. Heck, Kaaya's career was book-ended by 2 seasons with 4 game losing streaks, with a season that included 2 of the worse drubbings in UM history in between.
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The defense was a liability as the season progressed too! Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | July 13, 2018 at 10:14 AM Exactly. The last 4 games we gave up an average of 31 points. Not good! Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | July 13, 2018 at 10:16 AM Uh huh. The offense was averaging 26 points the last 4 games. Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | July 13, 2018 at 10:18 AM Yup.
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Posted by: TonyCane | July 13, 2018 at 12:41 AM Charlie Ward's stats as a 4th year Jr. in His 1st year as a F/T starter: 204-365 55.9 22/17 2,647 Malik Rosier's stats as a 4th year Jr. in His 1st year as a F/T starter: 224-415 54.0 3,120 26/14
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"Stans"?...LOL. Well at least my Eminem won the ACCC & finally beat FSU & ND for the first time in a looooong time, how bout' yours?
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