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UM Alumni Class of 1986; Director of www.canespace.com.
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Lurker...U will never get it, so I am not going to waste my time.
Think what you want. Posted by: Go Canes! | February 11, 2016 at 09:12 AM Permission to think freely granted?
This riding Rumph after 6 weeks on the job is one of three things: kicking the ant pile, deliberate buffoonery, or complete cluelessness Posted by: Lur-ker | February 11, 2016 at 08:58 AM Who said U get to define the conversation AND control the the analysis of it? U need to downshift and slow down bucko.
You're basically saying Rumph has to be national recruiter of the year next year or he's a liability. Posted by: Go Canes! | February 11, 2016 at 08:45 AM NO, that isn't exactly what I am saying. I am saying in between getting NOTHING and getting SOMETHING from his previous school is where he needs to be. See UMike's list of 4* above. 2 of 4 would be nice.
1. We like 12% it has a ring to it... 2. The Bus is Ready After Spring Ball... Posted by: RCCF | February 11, 2016 at 01:36 AM 1. YES! 2. OK, as long as U know where it is parked. I panicked when I went out to start it up and it was gone. I should have known it was U who moved it, U are the only other person with the keys. As long as U have it in a secure area we good!
RCCF...where da bus be at? I can't find it? Did U move it from its designated parking spot? Did somebody steal it???
Give me a break. Posted by: Go Canes! | February 10, 2016 at 10:40 PM Head, neck, leg or arm? U deserve it after that.
If Rumph don't produce SEVERAL 4-5 stars next recruiting season he MAY be a liability rather than an asset. #IJS
Yall aint who it used to be?
#WorriedAboutRumph
Book it Dano! If we need #2, I got this.
cabins
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Late April would work also April 29th-May 1st. Works Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | February 09, 2016 at 03:39 PM I like these dates.
TAMU has issues: http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/02/09/kyle-allen-rips-texas-ams-post-johnny-manziel-culture/
OGV...your recaucus demand has been denied. Maybe we should just flip a coin? LOL
Nemo is on FIRE!
NEW BLOG IS UP!
Until we start making these lists at some positions going to be hard to win BIG: https://n.rivals.com/news/top-defensive-classes-by-position 8 From FL 8 From GA 0 to UM #ThisHasToChange
Small population football classification, marginal prospects. Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | February 09, 2016 at 11:51 AM Traditionally and historically yes, but a relatively fast growing middle class area west of G'Ville. Hell to go to UF campus most take the Newberry exit, goes straight to campus.
VERY INTERESTING AND THE OPPOSITE OF GOLDIE LOCKS: A year after being out of work, Wade Phillips is in the Super Bowl, turning the Broncos defense into one of the league’s best, and it’s all about flexibility. Phillips doesn’t run an overly-complicated defense. It’s about putting your players in the best position to succeed. That’s how Phillips described his scheme at a press conference this weekend. Asked about his scheme, broke down the philosophy. Here was his full response: “That’s what our coaching philosophy is, really. I don’t understand the people that say, ‘Hey, this is our scheme and that guy can’t play in it. The guy can play. He’s a good player, but he can’t play in our scheme.’ Well, to me, there’s something wrong with your scheme. You adapt the scheme to what the players can do, not what you can think of. We’ve always done it that was. “We started with (defensive end) Elvin Bethea, who is in the Hall of Fame now. We played a lot of the same things we play now, but he was so quick and so fast that we stunted him all the time. He was our second-leading tackler on the team as a defensive end. He was a great player, but we didn’t let him sit there all the time playing our technique you have to play, two-gap or whatever. “I’ve had guys that play two-gap and played it well, so we played two-gap with those guys. I’ve had all kinds of players. You don’t hear all of these stories, but the nose guards that I’ve had — I’ve had four or five make the Pro Bowl. All of them are different. Ted Washington was huge. We played more in the middle with him but he controlled the gap. Jamal Williams, he was a powerful guy, so we offset him on the nose and played the same gap. Craig was undersized, and we stunted him to the same gap. It’s the same defense, but it’s different players. That’s what you have to do. “We played Quentin Jammer, he was great at jamming a guy on the line of scrimmage. He wasn’t great playing off. In zone, man and everything we did, he jammed the guy on the line of scrimmage and played it. That’s what you do. That’s a simple way of telling you how you play with players you have and fit your scheme to what they can do. That’s the only way I can explain it, I guess.”
IDK where Newberry is, but they have 2 4-Star DT's for 2017, one is committed to FSU. IMG also has a 4-Star DT. According to Rivals, those are the only 4-Star or higher DT's in Florida. That will change. But not a big year for DT's locally. Posted by: UMike | February 08, 2016 at 12:53 PM Newberry is just west of Gainesville. Good luck with that.
NOW I get it...The Dude has gone STEALTH!
Fran...good story, thanks for the LOL!
Carolina 41, Denver 20 The 40/20 rule is in effect.