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UM Alumni Class of 1986; Director of www.canespace.com.
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Golden said third-year sophomore Gray Crow has been switched from quarterback to H-back, narrowing the pack to redshirt freshman Kevin Olsen, recently arrived freshmen Brad Kaaya and Malik Rosier; and graduate transfer Jake Heaps. Posted by: Ohio_Cane | July 23, 2014 at 04:59 PM Ah hell nah, he didn't mean that, he was just messin around, he didn't mean that! #GrayCrow
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Don't you mean that you "Love" this? Posted by: The Dude | July 23, 2014 at 03:01 PM Why yes, yes I did! Dropped the ball didn't I? LOL
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TSully...every time I try to watch any college football show on ESPN for any amount of time at all I get ill from their complete slobberfest over the SEC. They debated for WEEKS if the SEC was going to have one or TWO teams in the 4 team college playoff this season. They practically fell all over themselves trying to find possible reasons or ways it could happen. It is horrible and sickening. All of the reporters at ESPN from media types to former players and coaches all act the same way and toe the company line (ESPN = SEC) like well paid little robots.
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U see, it's just that money can't buy you Love. Posted by: NigerianCane | July 23, 2014 at 10:04 AM It's a thin line between Love and hate. Posted by: trianglecane | July 23, 2014 at 10:08 AM I like this, I like it a LOT. More funny, less hate is always welcomed around Da Space!
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Time to rise and shine!
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I'm jus sayin: http://jimromenesko.com/2014/07/22/sports-columnist-quits-pittsburgh-tribune-review-to-launch-a-subscription-website/
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Georgia Tech dismissed three players on Tuesday who were already suspended for the first two games of the 2014. Sophomore receiver Anthony Autry and redshirt freshmen defensive linemen Darius Commissiong and Travin Henry were dismissed from the Yellow Jacket football program. A fourth player, starting corner Lynn Griffin was suspended for two games for the same rules violation. Autry is the biggest loss of the group for the 2014 team. Autry was in the two-deep at wide receiver behind starters DeAndre Smelter and Michael Summers. Commissiong was a third-string defensive tackle with some upside while Henry had yet to find a role switching between wide receiver, linebacker and defensive end and not cracking the three-deep at any of those positions. Griffin's absence for the first two games is a bigger blow. The Jackets are extremely inexperienced at corner with D.J. White and Griffin as the only players with game experience at that position. Converted safety Chris Milton, early enrollee Step Durham and Lamar County twin freshmen Lance Austin and Lawrence Austin will battle for the starting job in fall camp while Griffin is suspended. Another issue for the Jackets with Autry's dismissal is his highly coveted brother Myles Autry who is a 2014 signee who has not been able to report yet due to a NCAA Clearinghouse issue. The younger Autry was projected to be in the mix at A-back and as a kick returner. He is technically limited in his options unless head coach Paul Johnson releases him from his Letter of Intent. Myles had a cryptic tweet after his brother's dismissal was announced.
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Kansas State finished 2013 winning six of its final seven games, including a win over Michigan in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Asked about his optimism heading into his 23rd season at the helm, the 74-year-old Snyder said it changes all the time. “My degree of optimism is negotiated daily, and the mantra of our program has always been centered around that daily improvement,” he said. “When we make daily improvement, then I become a little more optimistic. When we don't, obviously, I don't. I think my major concern is always young people taking things for granted. "I say young people — I probably can reference everybody in our program — is not taking our performance level, our talent level for granted, not taking the preparation for opponents for granted, not taking our workouts during the course of the summer for granted. … I would share a fairly high degree of optimism for today, but tomorrow's a new day and we'll see how that goes. Snyder joined the Big 12 back when it was the Big Eight. The rest of the conference has had nearly 50 coaching changing in that span, but Snyder turned one of the worst major college football programs into a consistent winner over decades. Why did Snyder choose to stay in Manhattan? It’s something he figured out as a young coach.
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Holy shyte...John Stofa!!!
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1. I remember sailing Hobie Cats off of Haulover Beach. 2. I remember the 1979 Dadeland Mall murders that finally cemented my wife's and my decision to NOT start a family in Miami and move to SW FL. Posted by: roachcane77 | July 22, 2014 at 06:39 PM 1. Been there, done that. 2. I was less than a mile away when it happened after leaving the mall on the bus down Kendall Drive. We heard about it when we got home that night on the evening news. There was no Internet in those days.
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I'm so Miami... I was born at Doctor's Hospital right next to the UM campus. I remember being three years old and afraid like hell when Hurricane Betsy blew by in 1965. I remember the parade for the Dolphins undefeated Super Bowl team down Flagler Street when I was 10. I grew up in the Calle Ocho area before they called it Calle Ocho. I remember when Kendall was all tomato, corn and strawberry fields. I remember when South Beach was old and decayed and nobody wanted to go there. I remember going to the Orange Bowl with my Dad in the early 70's and watching Otis Anderson and Chuck Foreman play. Heck I even remember when English was still the official language en la ciudad of Miami!
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NEW BLOG IS UP!
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ACCDN (Digital Network) wants to know which players should be on their top 25 watch list? I got Gray Crow and D'Mauri Jones. Who U got?
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WELL, WELL, WELL...LOOKS LIKE 'OL CUTCLIFF DONE STOLE MY CANESPACE RULES FOR 2014: David Cutcliffe was asked a blunt question during his time with the print media Monday: What are the keys to Duke’s repeating as ACC Coastal Division champions? He didn’t dance around the question. “There’s two or three,” he said. “Obviously, I’m going to give you some tangibles, I’m not going to say health and all that. We’ve got to run the football better. We didn’t poorly, but this team needs to run the ball better for us to have a chance to repeat the same type of performance. “We have to get off the field better on third down on defense. That’s significant. And force more punts. Force more turnovers, we need more tackles for losses. If you have more tackles for losses and sacks, that creates third downs that are friendly.” Improving the offense’s third-down conversion rate and taking better care of the football at critical times were Cutcliffe’s other points, but let’s look at his main two, which he hit several times, more closely. Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/07/21/5058421/duke-football-coach-david-cutcliffe.html#.U86cQ5t15nh#storylink=cpy
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For UMike's and OhioCanes' "EYES ONLY": http://interactive.sun-sentinel.com/recruiting-2016/
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David Furones ‏@DavidFurones90 29m I should correct myself on my spelling. The new 2016 UM commit's first name is Ahmmon with two Ms. Great film. Love his ball skills at 6-3. Nash Williams ‏@NashSports 37m Just landed in Phoenix to see 2016 Wellington ATH Ahmmon Richards has committed to Miami. Plays like Shawn Burgess. Can play WR/S. Rangy.
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The Hurricanes, who went 9-4 last season, were picked to finish ahead of defending Coastal Division champion Duke, who actually received 33 first-place votes to Miami’s 26 first-place votes. The Hurricanes 614 overall points in the vote, however, were tops in the division. ACC CHAMPIONSHIP VOTES Florida State - 104 Clemson - 2 Virginia Tech – 2 ATLANTIC DIVISION (First place votes in parenthesis) Florida State (109) - 780 Clemson (3) - 660 Louisville - 564 Syracuse - 368 NC State - 326 Boston College - 301 Wake Forest – 136 COASTAL DIVISION (First place votes in parenthesis) Miami (26) - 614 Duke (33) - 597 Virginia Tech (23) - 571 North Carolina (27) - 570 Georgia Tech (1) - 322 Pitt (2) -319 Virginia -142
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Duke and Denzel article: http://miami.247sports.com/Article/Duke-Johnson-and-Denzel-Perryman-Ready-For-The-Season-29730247
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I think I may have found my new job: http://circlebrewing.com/blog.html
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I'll be at the Duke, UNC and Pitt games plus one or two more home games. Can't afford to go to GT this year. UMike is using my FSU tix.
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VACane...Bringing FUD to a neighborhood near U soon!
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"I want to pressure you, hit you, hurt you, inflict pain on you, knock your big guns out (low clean hard fast legal hits only) put man on you all game, create turnovers, make you angry amongst yourself by division, lay FUD on you (fear uncertainty doubt) and your team, make you hate us, make your family girlfriend relatives hate us and cry as they tote you off...and never say a word!" We speak the same language.
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I studied defense once. Learned there were basically three types: chain link, wood and PVC. Wonder if D'No knows that?
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I forgot all about jacoby briscoe. How many transfers or kids kicked off now is that for Al and Co ? Posted by: laquinton | July 21, 2014 at 10:49 PM Not few enough!
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#ApocalypseNowDefense
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