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UM Alumni Class of 1986; Director of www.canespace.com.
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My first love in High School was a Miami Killian HS women's tennis player. She had a twin sister (Valerie and Vanessa) who was also on the tennis team. All I'm gonna say is: "Those were the days!"
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Abreu on 2nd to start the bottom of 9th (2 base error) - Collins with a triple (should have been an out) - 2-2 with Feiger up- sac fly - CANES WIN 3-2 Posted by: Aerocane | April 19, 2014 at 09:37 PM Canes Win 3-2. 14th straight win. Ballin Boyz! Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | April 19, 2014 at 09:40 PM Canes win 14th in a row with sac fly walk off!! Posted by: Ohio_Cane | April 19, 2014 at 09:43 PM
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OGV...stop with the nonsense. I deleted all the comments. That is all.
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Hurricanes Football ‏@CanesFootball 16m Happy birthday to #Canes linebackers coach Micheal Barrow! pic.twitter.com/Uf54VJ0TZ0
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OK then, so moving on...
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Torrance Gibson ‏@quick_tg6 6m I have some big recruiting news later today!
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WVUM Sports ‏@WVUMSports 4m Big one tonight. @CanesBaseball aims for 14th straight win, host Notre Dame at 7. UM expecting a full house at The Light.
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Ohio...BTW if U are trying to say that the UM coaches know more than some guy who runs a blog, has season tickets and parks at E5 that's just crazy talk. Perish the tought. How utterly ridiculous! LOL
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Corn should be on offense, RB and slot WR. Elder and Berrios in a four wide with Coley and Dorsett would be MURDER on a defense. If U left Duke in at RB with no TE then U would have five players on the field who could house the ball for 6 at any given moment. I like that. Yeah, I like that a lot.
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INTERVIEW WITH CUTCLIFF AT DUKE: Roster attrition can really serve as a setback to a college football program, but haven’t experienced much attrition at all during your tenure at Duke. You don’t give lip-service to recruiting high character people, so how does your staff decide who you believe can be successful at Duke for 4-5 years in this academic environment coupled with your system? Cutcliffe: We have standards and if you look over your left shoulder that’s our recruiting room. [a board room type of setting adjacent to Coach Cutcliffe’s office] It looks like a focused room. None of us are as smart as all of us, so when we evaluate, we may individually evaluate certain things but before we make an offer, all of us are going to watch, talk, and converse. There are a series of things that I like to know about every player and so we’re going to discuss those things that involve character, integrity, academic habits, social habits, and we now have the ability to look at how a young man uses social media. We do that. At Duke, we don’t have people leave. We sign 15. We may sign 18, but usually not more than that. We absolutely want to know who we are signing. We’re not going to compromise talent, but mostly we’re not going to compromise our values for talent. That’s easier to say than to do. I hear people that say that, but then I look and I’m not really sure they are doing that. I think I’ve been guilty of doing that (earlier in my career) – trying to sign the best available player. At Duke, we are a developmental program and I am proud of that. We are not a one & done, which in our world (football) you could call it three & done. I really believe that we can play with some of our freshmen, which we have, and then some of them are going to redshirt. We’re a program that expects guys in their fourth and fifth years to be really grown up through our system, understand the values of Duke football, understand our practice habits, understand what we do in the strength & conditioning program, understand what is expected academically – all of those things are systematic. I’ve done this for a long time and I’ve tried to get better. If there’s one thing we’re doing even better, it’s that we’re adhering to our system. A system is in place here.
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Though UM’s Corn Elder, back from a knee injury, wants to play football and basketball, his future might be brighter in football, with coaches privately raving about his potential at cornerback. “That guy is going to be a stud for us,” cornerback Tracy Howard predicted last week. “He’s got better ball skills than I’ve ever seen.” ### James Kelly's announcement that he's transferring is no big loss for the UM basketball program. Kelly was immature and not necessarily an ACC rotation player, according to one UM source.... UM hoped to lure Tennessee State fifth-year senior power forward MJ Rhett, but he told ESPN he will sign with Mississippi. Rhett had planned to visit UM on Monday. Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2014/04/other-players-see-opportunity-against-heat-dolphins-draft-marlins-canes-buzz.html#storylink=cpy
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StateOfTheU.com ‏@TheStateOfTheU 9h NEVER JOKE ABOUT MIAMI'S ATTENDANCE AGAIN!!!!! RT @crick_man: @georgiatech 117 people pic.twitter.com/LqDSNuu22H
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SportsCenter ‏@SportsCenter 1m Crazy Stat of Day: Giancarlo Stanton has 26 RBI in first 17 games. Playing the projection game, he’s on pace for 248 RBI this year.
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3-5-3
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I wonder IF this game will come down to the last two minutes? #Shocker
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ANY college basketball fans?
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Susan Miller Degnan ‏@smillerdegnan · 3m KINGS OF SPRING: @86Cane Off top of my head: Coley, Gadbois, Kamalu, Figueroa, Bush, Howard, Burns (lately), Perryman & Muhammad, McCord and more.
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University of Miami ‏@UMLawAlumni · 4h Congrats to MiamiLaw on the OUTSTANDING 15 position jump in the U.S. News & World Report Best Law School Rankings! ->http://bit.ly/1mUFe1N
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@Sutrel sez: TE Jake O'Donnell is injured and won't play in the Miami Hurricanes spring game. Shame for him. He was doing well.
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Ohio...Clive COULD become the "Blocking TE" IF Dobard and Sandland are better receivers. Time will tell, but Dobard looks BEASTLY now!
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QB: 19 Kevin Olsen 6-3, 210, RFr. 13 Gray Crow 6-3, 224, RSo. ONE STEP FROM STARDOM!!!
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#TrendingUp
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NEW BLOG IS UP!
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SOUP is OUT...
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CANOEING & KAYAKING: Enjoy one of the most beautiful areas of the park by canoe or kayak out on the Wekiva River or Rock Springs Run. You can begin your trip inside the park or enter the park from any launch site along the Wekiva River or Rock Springs Run. Entrance fees are just $2.00 per person when entering via Wekiwa Springs Run. Canoe and kayak rentals are available at our concession. Guided trips and shuttles are also available. Visit their website, Nature Adventures, or call them at (407) 884-4311. CAMPING, FULL FACILITY: Slopes of gently rolling hills supporting longleaf pine among other specialty plants is the Sandhill habitat where the 60 spacious campsites are located. Each wooded site has water and electrical hook-up, a fire ring with grill and a picnic table. Two ADA accessible restrooms with showers are located in the camping area. Firewood is available at the Ranger Station.
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