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UM Alumni Class of 1986; Director of www.canespace.com.
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I have NO respect for Matt Porter. That is all.
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F'the Turds! GO CANES!!! Posted by: Keoki | July 25, 2014 at 08:31 AM I was waiting for that. LOL
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NEW BLOG IS UP!
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Go Canes...good points. To be seen again on a blog near U soon!
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If Miami went 4-8 last year they would be ranked #85 or something. Miami even BEAT the Gatahs last season and are still ranked below them this year.
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Look at the teams on that list from 32 to 52 and where Miami ranks oin it vs UF (4-8) and the others, it will absolutely BLOW your mind! Well what's left of it. LOL
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I'm sure Bianchi had a hand in it. He's so gator. Posted by: KYcane | July 24, 2014 at 03:50 PM Well played, Sir, well played.
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J.D. Arteaga ‏@JDArteaga33 1h Welcome to the Light!
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This is the knucklehead who wrote that garbage: Matt MurschelVerified account @osmattmurschel College writer for the @orlandosentinel, @sunsentinel and Tribune Co. | Alumnus @BallState | mmurschel@tribune.com
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Check out these college football pre-season rankings from the Orlando Sentinel. Specifically #32 to #52. Tell me what U think? http://interactive.orlandosentinel.com/countdown/index.html
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Nash Williams ‏@NashSports 2h Like @PeterAriz said, I also expect Ahmmon Richards to play DB at Miami. Even though he says he committed as a WR. He is a ballhawk.
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That's the type of $h*t that happens when you try to get a job without including yo agent!!!! Posted by: Willie Will in Missouri | July 24, 2014 at 01:02 PM I tried to tell the young man but he will not listen.
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KYCane and TSully...Let the "Good River" (Riobueno) run! #LoveMiami
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Crow will replace Saban as Bama coach!! He will fire Cristobal & we will see Cristobal selling churros on sw 8 street! Posted by: TJL | July 24, 2014 at 10:39 AM Finally, at least ONE person with good sense.
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Crow to Jones... but Jones on the defense... for a pick-6 Posted by: UMike | July 24, 2014 at 10:07 AM There U go again! Now U lost your FSU tix (again). J/K LOL
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LTCF...thank U for your kind donation to support Da Space!
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#Don'tMessWithTheCrow
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If he transfers to bama, it's to compete for the water boy position........as a back up. Posted by: NigerianCane | July 24, 2014 at 08:40 AM BANNED FOR LIFE. #CrowToJonesFor6
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Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher said he believes most cheating is caught. The MAC holds an annual orientation for new coaches, and compliance is one part of the meeting. Steinbrecher had a stern warning for anyone in or outside his conference that breaks the rules. “While there certainly are some who break the rules and are not caught, I would say the vast majority probably are,” he said. “Do you really want to risk the career over taking a shortcut? We hope that’s a message we convey. Three years ago, we started a new coaches orientation program. “Every new head coach that comes into the Mid-American Conference comes to Cleveland and they sit down with our compliance staff and get a chance to sit down with me. One of the things I talk about, ‘I hope you have great success,’ but I say very directly, ‘If you cheat, I hope you get caught, and I hope you get fired.’ That’s our philosophy.” A year ago, the NCAA decided to make head coaches more accountable for their assistants’ actions, penalizing them if an assistant commits violations. Northern Illinois’ Rod Carey said he can’t make a fair assessment if rule-breaking is more or less prevalent than the past, but makes it clear to his assistants that it’s not worth it. “I know this: With social media, if you cheat, it’s going to be on social media so fast, it’ll make your head spin,” Carey told CoachingSearch.com. “I always say this to my coaches: No 18-year-old is worth your career. There’s no 18-year-old that will make that much of a difference in your life that you’re willing to get fired over. If you get caught, you’re going to get fired. “Now, with head coaching control, which they instituted last year, that guy gets caught, it costs him a game and me a game, even if I didn’t have any knowledge about it. I ain’t doing that. I like my job, and I like my life. … I don’t think it’s pressure. It forces you to have more organization and more tabs on what you’re doing and how you’re doing it.” Kliff Kingsbury told ESPN’s Joe Schad that he estimates 25 percent of opposing power-five conference programs committed major violations in the last recruiting cycle. First-year Miami (OH) head coach Chuck Martin spent the past four seasons as an assistant at Notre Dame and said it’s known where those practices go on. He says it’s up to those coaches to live with themselves and up to the NCAA to penalize it — if they want to. But he also disagreed with Bowlsby’s assertion that it pays off. “I’ll just say this: We know it goes on. We know where it goes on. So does everybody else,” Martin said. “That’s up to the people that do it. They’ve got to live with themselves. I don’t care. I don’t judge other people with what they do and what they don’t do. If that’s what they do to get ahead, to each his own. If the NCAA wants to do something about it, it wouldn’t be hard to figure out what’s going on. If they don’t, that’s up to the NCAA.
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That's "actually" not a bad call there SOUPSTER. Posted by: roachcane77 | July 23, 2014 at 06:36 PM Yeah but keep that "TOP SECRET" and just between us close friends on Canespace on this thing they call "The Internet".
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But IF he stays at UM watch for him to line up as the "up back" on the punt team and call the sets and signals for the punting unit of special teams. IJS #Trickeration
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Gray Crow is gonna transfer to Bama and start at QB Posted by: TJL | July 23, 2014 at 06:12 PM NEGATIVE. I am told from "sources" that he is headed to either USC, South Carolina or Notre Dame.
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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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