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If I'm Dan Gilbert, I'm keeping Wiggins, to hell with Love. Why would I trade Wiggins for Love, when those guys would be on their last legs 5 years from now, and you'll have nobody to carry the franchise after that... If Wiggins is the next superstar, then guess what...you'll have the NBA's reigning superstar tutoring Him. You're looking at a 10-12 year run between em'. Me, I ain't spending money, I'm selling hope...just like them strippers, you keep on tipping.
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I don't see him as a WR. Gray is a problem with the ball in his hands, best to just give it to him. If he adds 20 pounds and works on his cuts he could be a great RB. Posted by: The Dude | July 26, 2014 at 02:06 AM I feel ya' TD, I can see Him going the RB route...Gray is a very dynamic player.
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Sounds like you have been talking to Mike Barrow? Or are U Mike Barrow??? LOL Posted by: 86Cane | July 26, 2014 at 08:36 AM LOL SOUP! Only in my NSD voice...3GEEEEEEE!
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And honestly, depending on how fast He adjusts to the College game, Gray can come in and be the best slot WR on the team RIGHT NOW!
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TD...Gray's a WR at the next level. But I agree with you though, IF He makes it in, they have to find some type of package for em'.
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At Central, Cook was the better athlete, but Yearby was the better RB. Yearby can accelerate at the drop of a hat, and His COD (Change Of Direction) is SICK! But at the College level, just like any other freshman, Yearby's gonna have to learn how to pick up the blitz. But He'll be a great one though...
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A Wildcat package with Gray,Duke,Yearby, & Coley, would be BAD@$$!
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I'm surprised by Young's vertical leap, 32.5 is impressive for a kid His size. But if you add up all the #s, and just strictly off #s, Owens is probably the best prospect.
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Watching the Spring Game, Jamal Carter will be a top 2-3 tackler on the team this year...EEEEEZILY!
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One thing I notice about all these incidents, is they happen after midnight,involve alcohol and/or drugs, and most of the perpretrators and victims are under 21. Like I've always said...youth,freedom, & irresponsibility...DON'T MIX!
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NORMAN, Oklahoma - Norman police are investigating an alleged assault involving OU freshman running back Joe Mixon. Police were called on a report of aggravated assault at Pickleman’s Gourmet Café on Campus Corner in Norman around 2:30 a.m. Friday. A witness told News 9 that Mixon assaulted a woman early Friday morning. The victim said she was attacked and suffered several broken bones in her face. A source tells us that Mixon will be arrested as soon as they can find him. A spokesperson with the University of Oklahoma Athletic Department told News 9 that “We are aware of the matter and it is under internal review.” Mixon was a five-star recruit and considered the best running back in the country by Rivals.com. As a senior at Freedom High School in Oakley, Calif., Mixon rushed for 1,704 yards and 23 touchdowns. News 9’s Evan Anderson is working on this story and will bring you the latest tonight on News 9 at 10 p.m.
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DAMN!...I figured that Bucanan was a smoker, but DAMN!, I didn't know He was out there LIKE THAT!: http://www.tmz.com/videos/0_ydk3t4x2/
Terrance...if you saw AQM moonwalking into pass coverage, you'd be outraged, too...LMAO!
Looks like the guys that EE'd, had some pretty good squat,bench, & power clean #s.
I wonder if the new turf effected those 40 times.
CONGRATS! on ya' dream J.O.B. UMike!
A lot of people have either given up or do not have faith in Kevin olsen.... Well Coach Godlen came out and said that kevin has looked determined and has matured and looks ready.. Im'm a fan of Olsen and imhoping he's the starter!!! Posted by: UpNorthCane | July 25, 2014 at 11:00 AM UNC, I was one of those that lost faith in KO, but you're right, let's not count this kid out yet. I said this awhile ago, but He didn't play as bad in the Spring game, as the stats would lead you to believe. But He does need to work on His deep ball though, I think that'll come as He physically matures some more.
Speaking of Gators, this dude needs to find another job. I understand the need to make a livin', but diving in dark,murky waters...for GOLF BALLS?! Naaaaaah, CaneRock passes: WESTON, Florida (WSVN) -- A South Florida man diving for golf balls at a course had to be transported to a hospital after he was bitten by an alligator. This is the second time he has been attacked. Rescue crews responded to the Bonaventure Country Club after 51-year-old Steve Martinez was bitten on the hand by a 9-foot alligator, Wednesday, at around 2 p.m. Officials from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission arrived on the scene shortly after and captured the animal about three hours later. Martinez was taken to a hospital with superficial wounds and is expected to be OK. As he left the hospital he spoke to WSVN about the attack. "I'm in a lot of pain. It definitely hurts, but it is a rare occasion," said Martinez. This marks the second time Martinez has been attacked by an alligator. Back in 2006, he was diving for golf balls in Boynton Beach when he was bitten on the arm. "These things don't happen often," he said, "and it was just being at the wrong place at the wrong time. I just hope it doesn't happen again. It's a rare occasion. I've been diving for years and years." According to officials, Martinez, who is contracted by the Bonaventure Country Club to retrieve golf balls out of its lakes, was diving in a lake when the alligator bit his hand and arm. He was able to free his arm and call for help. "He just told me it was real big," said Bonaventure Country Club General Manager Randy Weber. "He didn't see it, he just felt it. He said it grabbed his arm and then let him go." Trent Hampel, who saw Martinez after the attack said, "He wasn't panicking. He was perfectly calm. He just had a bit of a bloody hand, right on the top of his hand. It was cut the worst. It was swelling, then he had a minor cut on his forearm and on the side of his hand. Otherwise it wasn't too bad. He was very calm and collected throughout the whole thing, wasn't panicking or anything like that."
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The Work 7-24: **Over the past few months, I have not been shy in saying that Trayone Gray qualifying would be a long shot. Over the past month though, Miami had changed their tune to "cautiously optimistic". Now, they are full out expecting not only Trayone Gray, but Darrell Langham to both be here by the start of camp. I'm not sure I can put into words how big of a pull Gray would be. The guy is supremely talented but some schools stayed away because of grades issues. This would be one of the great gets of the Golden Era. http://www.canesinsight.com/threads/76585-The-Work-7-24
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WWIM...I agree, the sun has it's benefits. From what I've read, besides vitamin D, the sun has a steroidal effect, increases testosterone.
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WWIM- opportunity to play year round is huge, as is the huge population and relatively easy travel. You can't play outside in the northeast or midwest for months at a time, and not everyone can afford indoor training there. Not a problem in Florida. Plus, the weather helps traveling, you'll never have to worry abotu transporting through a snow storm, sleet, etc. And with tons of kids playing, competition forces the best of the best to keep striving. Here's a comparison: In Southern CA, baeball and softball teams just thrive at the youth level. They don't have many cold days, and it is one of the most populated regions in the U.S. Northern CA weather isn't quite as nice, there aren't as many people, and you see a lot fewer college-level prospects. Posted by: j.w. | July 23, 2014 at 02:27 PM Very good post, JW. I never thought of the weather effecting competition, but you're right, it really does.
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And Demetrius Jackson didn't pick up football till His 11th grade year.
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That was a good article on the decline of playground basketball...I remember we used to live at the park in the Summers. Another thing I'm noticing, is the kids that don't have scholarship prospects at bball, are turning to football. For example, Ereck Flowers...if I read it right, He didn't really pick up football, till His 9th or 10th grade year...Swoope never played organized football in HIS LIFE!, and now He has a good chance at making the NFL!...and before Jimmy Graham put on pads at UM, the last time He played football was in the 9th grade!
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I don't see this happening, but this stadium is bad@$$! http://kawneer.aias.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/3463.pdf
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D@mn, Dalvon Stuckey has gone from being committed to FSU, to Miami, to Auburn, to ASU, to West Georgia?
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