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12% Too Late to be a Believer Now.. Crazy or Not We Always Believe.. UNDEFEATED because that's what CANES Do! SWOOSH
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Batter Up! at Canespace
Of Course We Will be Right... 12%
Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2017 on Hard Work + Success = Rewards at Canespace
Yall are Totally unfair to Rumph and how about maybe we don't want all the kids he had ties to or here's a better one, maybe their grades stink? Give the guy a chance ....
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2017 on UM Baseball's Fan Fest is Fantastic! at Canespace
Mike Rumph Haters.... He is the 3rd Highest Ranked Coach Recruiting Wise for 2018. Per 24/7sports .... Hate On
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2017 on UM Baseball's Fan Fest is Fantastic! at Canespace
12% is Never Changing to Anything Else!! No Worries..
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2017 on Richt Reveals NSD 2017 Insights at Canespace
Starting to realize alot of you know Nothing about football. You're just fans of an Awesome team...Yall are so uninformed it's almost amazing lol. Hey at least you guys picked the best team to be fans of. Swoosh Swoosh 12%
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2017 on National Signing Day 2017 at Canespace
Exactly Epi... I for one am happy with the turnout..
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2017 on National Signing Day 2017 at Canespace
UMike you know good and well these yahoo's were Dogging that kid calling him a Troll. But of course we're gonna act as though it never happened lol.
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2017 on National Signing Day 2017 at Canespace
Paging the Harley Haters... U love him now huh??
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2017 on National Signing Day 2017 at Canespace
The biggest smile I just gained is because of Kehoe teaching all the Upper Classmen All Technique so they could play ANY spot on the Line. WINNING is in the Near Future 12% No New Friends If U Ain't 12% by Spring Ball F....U You're Bandwagon Storms Brewing BET the CEO Agrees.
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2017 on Told U She Was Fast at Canespace
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2017 on Told U She Was Fast at Canespace
My Kind of Thinker!! Let's Go Mr. Henderson 12-0 UnDefeated
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2017 on Told U She Was Fast at Canespace
Uhhhhh Sonny BigDog Odogwu will Start!
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2017 on Time To Wake Up? at Canespace
What's the point in doing an In Home with a kid that is solid?
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2017 on Time To Wake Up? at Canespace
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2017 on Six Hundred at Canespace
Shawn Davis tweeted opposite ShotsFired Style..
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2017 on Six Hundred at Canespace
Miami Recruiting Insider: 1/13 Andrew Ivins - 53 minutes ago VIP4 Miami coaches didn't waste anytime getting after it on Thursday. Mark Richt went in-home with Jordan Pouncey on Thursday. (Photo: Andrew Ivins, 247Sports) The Hurricanes had assistants recruiting up and down the state of Florida along with representatives in Lousiana, Maryland and Georgia with the NCAA recruiting 'dead period' in the books and the 'contact period' now open. InsideTheU has the latest. — Miami head coach Mark Richt and wide receivers coach Ron Dugans went in-home with Winter Park wide receiver Jordan Pouncey on Thursday InsideTheU was told by multiple people including Pouncey himself that the visit went well. The former Notre Dame commit even used the word 'surreal' to describe the meet and greet when asked what the conversations were like. While Miami continues to trend in the right direction for Pouncey, this is shaping up to be a Miami-Tennessee battle down the stretch. The Volunteers also sent an assistant coach in on Thursday and there's some buzz coming out of Knoxville that the SEC school is right in the thick of things. Pouncey will take an official visit to Coral Gables this weekend. He isn't expected to announce a decision until Feb. 1's National Signing Day, but don't be surprised if the Hurricanes try to push for a silent commitment on Sunday before he leaves campus. — Speaking of this weekend, don't expect too many surprises when it comes to the official visitors. InsideTheU was told late Thursday that Pouncey, Alabama junior college cornerback commit Jhavonte Dean, Miami Top247 defensive end commit D.J. Johnson, Miami four-star cornerback commit Trajan Bandy and Miami three-star wide receiver commit Evidence Njoku are the prospects expected to arrive on Friday. There's a chance that West Virginia three-star wide receiver commit Mike Harley could also show up, but right now that's not looking likely. Miami would love to flip Dean from the Crimson Tide, if possible, but the coaches also want to shore things up with Johnson this weekend who will be in South Florida for the first time with his parents. — There's been some smoke out there that Brunswick (Ga.) Glynn Academy three-star offensive tackle Zalontae Hillery might not be all that solid on his pledge to the Hurricanes with schools like Florida, N.C. State and Kentucky still in the conversation, but at least one person connected to his recruitment expects him to sign with Miami. The word coming out of Georgia is that Hillery's high school coaches want him to take all of five of his official visits, because they feel like Hillery committed to the Hurricanes at Richt's inaugural Paradise Camp without giving any other programs much of a chance. — Denton (Texas) Guyer three-star tight end Brian Polendey arrived in Coral Gables on Thursday and moved into his dorms. Miami loves Polendy's upside, but it appears that the coaches are still entertaining the idea of taking a second tight end in the class. One name to keep an eye on is Top100 tight end Josh Falo. The California native said two weeks ago at the Under Armour All-American Game that he wasn't planning to take an official visit to Miami, but InsideTheU has learned that he recently reached out to the Hurricanes. While Falo is certainly a name to know, there's also a strong possibility that UM elects to pass on a second tight end and tries to take two elite guys next cycle with 2018 Top100 tight end Brevin Jordan believed to be favoring the Hurricanes at the moment. — InsideTheU was first to report on Thursday that Miami has expressed some interest in South Broward three-star offensive tackle Jordon Carty. We have since learned that there's a chance he could take an official visit to Miami late in January although its unknown at the time where exactly he sits on the Hurricanes big board. Carty's high school coach said that his lineman recently received a high enough test score to qualify at most schools, but added that some academic work remains when it comes to coursework. The 6-7, 265-pound tackle is set to take an official visit to Mississippi State this weekend. He has already been to Oregon State. — There isn't much new information to relay when it comes to Amite (La.) High five-star wide receiver Devonta Smith and East St. Louis (Mo.) High Top50 wide receiver Jeff Thomas. Dugans saw Smith early Thursday and is expected to make his way out to the Midwest next week to sit down with Thomas. The latest intel suggests that Alabama still leads for Smith, but many think that Thomas will end up inking with the Hurricanes and apparently some people inside are already pushing him that way. — It was reported elsewhere that American Heritage Top247 offensive guard Tedarrell Slaton will take an official visit to Miami on Sunday after a basketball tournament on Saturday. We haven't been able to confirm this trip. We can however report that Hurricanes defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski did meet with Slaton on Thursday and we're told the two discussed the possibility of him playing defensive tackle at Miami, but the word out of Coral Gables right now is that Slaton isn't slated to visit this weekend. We'll monitor the situation over the next few days, but Florida remains the favorite in the recruitment. — Dillard three-star defensive tackle Jon Ford also got a visit from Kuligowski on Thursday. He will take an official visit to Kentucky next weekend, but at least two people at Dillard believe that he ultimately sticks with the Hurricanes and is just taking trips to other schools to see new places. That also appears to be the case with Carol City linebacker De'Andre Wilder. He met with defensive coordinator Manny Diaz on Thursday and while he says he intends to take an official visit to Utah this weekend some think that he doesn't make it out to the Pac-12 school. — Miami offensive coordinator Thomas Brown was at Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha Catholic on Thursday to checkup on Top247 running back Anthony McFarland Jr. and his family. The Hurricanes continue to look like the favorite to land the Under Armour All-American in advance of his Jan. 25 decision. The only hiccup for Miami might be if Florida hires Alabama analyst Mike Locksley. The former Maryland assistant has plenty of ties to the DMV and was apparently one of the main reasons why McFarland had the Crimson Tide initially on his short list of schools. — It's hard to get a read on where things stand with Miramar three-star cornerback Brian Edwards, but after our on-site conversation with him Thursday we feel as if his recruitment is a two team battle between Miami-Florida battle with Louisville also in the hunt to land his signature. Edwards seems to really like UF defensive coordinator Randy Shannon, but he also seems to have built a strong relationship with UM cornerbacks coach Mike Rumph. This one will likely come down to the official visits with a decision not expected to come until National Signing Day. We'll add that Edwards was wearing orange and green Miami gloves at a practice for the Dade-Broward Game on Thursday if that counts for anything. — Richt & Co. might have been out on the road, but the Hurricanes still managed to get some talent on campus for the basketball game against Notre Dame. 2018 Top247 defensive back Josh Jobe, 2018 Top247 wide receiver Mark Pope, 2018 Top247 defensive back Gilbert Frierson, 2018 Top247 wide receiver Daquris Wiggins and 2018 three-star cornerback DJ Ivey were all on hand for official visits. Miami continues to gain ground with Pope.
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2017 on Love Those Lady Canes at Canespace
Great Post CoolMac..
Toggle Commented Jan 13, 2017 on Love Those Lady Canes at Canespace
You're still a negative ass... Glad you and Go moved on... Now if only you'd move on... Sun Sentinel could use a new blogger lol
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2017 on Love Those Lady Canes at Canespace
Some folks are just angry individuals.. Some fans act like life began and ended with 2001 They are Bandwagon whether the blog respects them or not.. I again agree with Go Canes My stance is alot of you dudes should clock out of the Space. From those of us who love the site We Hate Your Negative Insight About Everything (Sinister) you are the most Negative supposed fan I've ever read and I just wish the blog would BAN you. But for some reason you're hideous thoughts remain. Do Better. These kids play for Our CANES you Hater! Enjoy them celebrate them.
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2017 on Love Those Lady Canes at Canespace
How many OC/playbook changes did Dorsey have? How many did Kaaya have? I see ppl really like to drive agenda without all facts...and how dare anyone try to compare any of the ppl Kaaya worked with to the likes of Portis, McGahee, Gore, Johnson, Shockey.. Mt.McKinney, Joaquin, Romberg.. Kaaya did damn good for what he didn't have and achieved and if you can't see that you might just be a Hater lol..
Toggle Commented Jan 9, 2017 on Churn And Burn at Canespace
It's amazing how nobody wants to credit all the All Pros Dorsey played around as opposed that of Kaaya and Harris who put up better numbers than Dorsey. Dorsey is the ultimate winner take nothing away from him. But you gotta be a Pure Idiot to believe he is a Better QB than ppl who had less. That's just regular logic.
Toggle Commented Jan 8, 2017 on Churn And Burn at Canespace
Hillview....Spot On These dudes know squat and find anything possible to whine about but yet aren't 12% (Believe we'll be undefeated Every Year).. Great Write up and you are correct. Kaaya is the best we've had and ppl act like Dorsey was a Star around Nobodies when the exact Flupside can be argued. Dorsey didn't have an arm or legs. Dorsey was saved more than a lot by talent than ppl act as if they don't remember. Kaaya did more with waaaaaaaaaaay less. The kid deserves his credit..
Toggle Commented Jan 8, 2017 on Churn And Burn at Canespace
U know it's a shift in things when I say Go Canes! - U have been making good sense for a good while now.. Hey U are alright with me Bigly.. I no longer view U as a Golden Troll....
Toggle Commented Jan 7, 2017 on Mark Sums It Up at Canespace
More Importantly who is this bum ass kid sitting on the U and throwing it down on my social media page...Derrick Nnadi??
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2017 on Mark Sums It Up at Canespace