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"Uf fans make fun of the Acc. I'm pretty sure 2 Acc teams beat Uf last yr and of course Fsu won natl title. And Uf's 100plus ranked offense the last 3 yrs had to get Duke's(acc) offensive coordinator to try to fix that putrid offense! And this week Fsu, Um and Clemson(all acc) all beat Uf out for recruits Uf desperately needed! Recruits know Muschump is a dead man walking. Charley Strong would be cleaning up if Foley had been smart enough to hire him. Maybe sorry gators should join Acc. Go Canes! from a canes fan since 1959" Posted by: dunnelloncane | July 31, 2014 at 07:02 PM Yup.
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"The Hurricanes registered a 7-5 record in 2012 and were crowned Coastal Division champions, but opted not to play in the game as yet another step of self-sanctioning due to the Shapiro matter. With the NCAA investigation still not resolved it took a heavy toll on Miami’s recruiting efforts that left the roster largely absent of talent and depth. On November 19 Miami announced it was withdrawing from bowl consideration for a second consecutive season, along with the already announced withdrawal from the ACC Championship Game. Reportedly, school officials cited that Ohio State opted to play in a bowl game in the 2011 season with an NCAA investigation still underway only to be banned from bowl consideration the following year." preach it!
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Mahoney-Pearson--it's time to let that nipple go sir! What each of those fine Coaches failed to comment on is the win loss record. 49-49 is just not good. The Coaching profession is litered with the names of those who are "good guys" who are "likeable"--unfortunately likeable does not keep you employed, this is a results driven business. Stop the hero worship, will ya! Posted by: Rabblerouser | July 31, 2014 at 07:03 PM ____________________________________________________________________ Nah. You fail to point to the trend and state of the program today as opposed to when he came. Your understanding of football and this subject is as superficial as the way you use that record to disparage what AG has done despite the widely acknowledged "mess" he inherited and had 'to deal with it". A mess he did "not just survive...but made it much better". You're arguing with respected championship coaches that have a far better understanding and perspective about the job AG has done, not me. Your response is in a manner so typical of your limited understanding that it's futile to educate or correct you. You want results? Great, so does everyone else; that's not a unique or remarkable stance. All true []_[] fans hate losses and want to see the dominant product we are accustomed to on the field. The shouldn't prevent one from acknowledging the work AG has done. When obese people lose weight rapidly with surgery or other quick fixes, they gain it all back, and then some. They felt sexier, but they didn't change their behavior. AG understands this has to be vein deep. The topical big-name Charlie Weiss hire may look sexy, but it takes time and commitment to truly make a complete transformation. No matter what manner of nonsense you and your shark-jumping crew spin, AG is "a really, really good coach" and the []_[] "will become a force in the future."
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Posted by: Take A Time-Out and Be Thankf[]_[]l ... | July 31, 2014 at 02:25 PM It's okay to have spirited discussion; we're not at war. The negativity comes from a lack of substance.. When one doesn't have the intellect or knowledge about that which they speak, they resort to the distraction and repetitive spin slogans/mantras to save face. Politicos do it all the time. It's a defensive tactic employed by the mental midget. Don't entertain stupidity with acknowledgement. It only emboldens the nitwit and entrenches them in their delusion.
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Jimmy Johnson opined: "There's a lot of people who hate the University of Miami. A lot of them who are jealous of the University of Miami. What I feel bad about is Al Golden is such a solid, good, qualified person. He wants to do it the right way…he has inherited this mess and has to deal with it. There is no question that Al Golden is the right man to return Miami to championship football. Hopefully he will get past it and we will get past it. Again I hate that Al Golden got dragged into this thing because he is a really, really good coach and guy." Frank Beamer commented; "He somehow got through that NCAA mess and made the program better," Beamer said. "Not just survive. He made it much better. He is doing a heck of a job. And I told him that too. He's gone in there and been a very steady, solid influence on that program that will become a force in the future." Dwyer High School head football coach Jack Daniels said; "Bill Parcells is a huge Al Golden fan and just raves about him, as well as everybody else does. You know, I think the University of Miami is going to be back up with the elite very quickly." He's a coaches' coach, and that's why these kids come to Miami. For what he has created. There's an energy in Miami that hasn't been there in a long time and all these kids need to do is believe.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvGA_7pb8FY These guys look like studs. Heaps needs to do his thing.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHKeHt8PMZg Great interview with AG. We're on the way.
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Come 9/1 Jake heaps will be the most experienced QB on the field, by far!!!! I'm glad he's representing this []_[]!!!!
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Posted by: Is it football season yet | July 30, 2014 at 11:28 PM You can change the gap assignments from down to down. I'm talking more about having a low center of gravity, improved strength, fast twitch, and solid technique. Having better athletes and players.
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"With that being said I still think he ends up being a great coach."
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Posted by: JaxCane | July 30, 2014 at 11:22 PM You're not talking to people who can admit when they're wrong.
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Posted by: Is it football season yet | July 30, 2014 at 11:28 PM There's more than one way to skin a cat.
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I feel that brand[]_[] coming back.
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^^^^^^^ check the slide show and keep scrolling. []_[]Tough is too real!
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http://www.caneshooter.com/p315215734 must see!
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All we are missing on defense is point of attack penetration. We just need that push off the snap like old. That's it! The rest of the crap spewed on this blog is just know-nothing gibberish. Pressure up front makes it all look good.
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"If we play Nebraska, you're going to see a headcoach that belongs at UM, bo pelini" You said the exact same thing last year about UFilthy.
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Our experience at the QB position is better than Louisville. Heaps has more starts and has thrown more passes than all the QBs on both rosters, combined. He has a great feel for the game. He plays with rhythm and understands tempo. He will get the ball out on time. He has a strong arm and he's pretty accurate. IF kids hold on the ball, look out. Look for ball control and west coast passing offense to start games then open it up as he get's a rhythm. His skill set is taylor made for this []_[] and I can't wait. Our defense doesn't need to be fancy. Just beat your man and cover your assignment. Big plays will happen on both sides of the ball as a product of fundamental football. You all bashing Golden... I luv it.. Who thinks Louisville is gonna beat Miami?
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Because QB Heaps led BYU to an " 6-6 " record in 2010. That's SIX nd' SIX, bubba's. Posted by: TheeMackJones | July 30, 2014 at 01:51 PM Hey D, We're not BYU, we're the []_[]. Big difference. Don't what he did at Kansas either, cuz this be QB []_[] and he's about to get the keys to the candy store. Stay tuned. In terms of QBs starting without significant expereince, Louisville's QB has 12 career passes with 8 completions against the likes of FIU. HE's a redshirt sophomore and the senior and RS fresher can't beat him out. Our experience at the QB is better than Louisville. Heaps has more starts and has thrown more passes than all the QBs on both rosters, combined. It's part of having a singular starting QB. No one else will play.
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Posted by: Cola Cane | July 29, 2014 at 03:00 PM You figure you lose some every year, that's why you recruit till the end, but it's good to know kids want to be here and they won't all leave. We have 4 top-flight RBs and if we only keep 50% of that position we still have 2 Fl boys no matter what. It's good to know kids want to be here. It hasn't been like this in a long time.
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"Not Great, special or difference makers." They just have to plug the middle and take a double team. They don't have to be world-beaters. I'm excited to get Trayone Gray in camp sometime soon. He may round out that running attack this year or the receiving corps. Would love to see him in the top 4 backing up Gus so we could go out and just pund teams with the running game.
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“At the end of the day, there’s a lot of energy here, positive energy, and that starts from the top -- from the president, to the AD, to the head coach,” Coley said. “For the last couple of years, they’ve been a real force, and they’ve fought through a lot, off the field and on the field. It’s good to see this team grow. “There’s a lot of strength from the president, and from the athletic department,” he said. “I noticed it right away when I got here, what a strong school it is. I think if you’re anywhere else, where there’s not a lot of substance to a particular place, I think people bolt. But if the place is strong and it’s worth fighting for, you don’t leave.” - James Coley OC []_[]Miami Love the energy around our program right now. Coaches Golden, Coley, Carrol, Barrow, etc... such cool dudes. Donna has always had a knack of surrounding herself with good energy. Love where this program is going and I want the love for []_[] to come back. It's all about this []_[].
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With Loftus' commitment to the Canes, Miami now has 6 Offensive Linemen committed in the 2015 Class. Loftus joins Tyree St. Louis (who committed earlier today), Leeward Brown, Hayden Mahoney, Tyler Gauthier, and Geron Christian. Yup. Now let's see which RBs stick.
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http://www.gocards.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/will_gardner_804721.html W. Gardner Bio with stats. With a hearty 12 pass attempts against the likes of FIU.
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Will Gardner - Projected Starter for Louisville 9/1/2014 2013 REDSHIRT FRESHMAN Appeared in six games this season... was 5-for-5 for 42 yards and a score in fourth quarter appearance against FIU... made appearance for the first time in two years when he threw for 61 yards and one score against Ohio in season-opener. 2012 FRESHMAN SEASON Redshirted PASSING G ATT COMP PCT YDS LONG PASS EFFIC. TD INT YDS/G 2013 7 12 8 .667 112 31 200.1 2 0 16.0 TOTAL 7 12 8 .667 112 31 200.1 2 0 16.0 RUSHING G ATT YARDS YDS/ATT LONG TD YDS/G 2013 7 5 -7 -1.4 0 0 -1.0 TOTAL 7 5 -7 -1.4 0 0 -1.0
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