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UM Alumni Class of 1986; Director of www.canespace.com.
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June 25: COASTAL CAROLINA AND ARIZONA TO MEET IN FINALS With Arizona defeating Oklahoma State and the Chanticleers' win over TCU, the College World Series Finals are set. Coastal Carolina and Arizona will meet in the best of three finals of the College World Series which will begin Monday, June 27 at 6 p.m. CST on ESPN.
#CoastalCarolina
TSully...lets do it! Three day trip this time with Raize, Old Skool and Native?
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The gator loads onto the bus and heads to the Omaha airport. Posted by: Canefederate | June 21, 2016 at 08:01 PM Well done my man, well done!
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Canes lose 5-3 to the Gauchos and are eliminated from CWS.
Watched until the rain delay. Have they started again?
CHEATING IS AS CHEATING DOES.
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CHEESE
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Looking like a other Morris classic Omaha BBQ here. Posted by: BEERicane | June 18, 2016 at 09:36 PM The team looks flat, tight and lost. If they win I would be very surprised. But I am STILL rooting for M I A M I. LETS GO CANES!!!
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I am just sayin... All the world STILL hates Miami. There is NO WAY they win the CWS unless they score 10+ runs. All these pitches should be reviewed. How many against UM were OUT of the strike zone? All the other teams get away with murder and antics and all they talk about is Miami, Miami, Miami bat flips and back flips. But, I am JUST sayin...
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Zack "First Round" Collins strikes out. Again, and again, and again, and...
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Pitching NOT so good. Hitting NOT so good. No milk shakes? Very BAD!
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I thought Randy Shannon said that?....lol Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | June 15, 2016 at 11:35 AM RS got that from Soup...... :-) Posted by: raizecane | June 15, 2016 at 11:37 AM Most UM coaches get stuff from me, or Da Space players in general or our late night after game parties at The Hampton or La Quinta hotels. There was this time that we were drinking on the patio at The Hampton LATE into the night that stuff went down. There were naked people in the pool, hotel rooms were destroyed and some lives were close to being lost. Then, we woke up...and the Canes had WON! We went back to sleep.
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Just a few weeks ago, they found a gator in a sewage drain in front of my sister in law's house. Posted by: CaneRock | June 15, 2016 at 11:00 AM That wasn't a gator, that was OGV!
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as far as the pigskin, my family and I were just in Boone, NC for vacation and I went and invaded their stadium....got some pics...where can I send? Posted by: badbart | June 13, 2016 at 05:10 PM canespace86@aol.com
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Sep 3 Florida A&M W Sep 10 FAU W Sep 17 @Appalachian St. W Oct 1 @Georgia Tech W Oct 8 Florida St. W Oct 15 North Carolina L Oct 20 @Virginia Tech W Oct 29 @Notre Dame L Nov 5 Pittsburgh W Nov 12 @Virginia W Nov 19 @NC State W Nov 26 Duke W 10-2 Posted by: SinisterCane | June 13, 2016 at 02:50 PM Sep 3 Florida A&M W Sep 10 FAU W Sep 17 @Appalachian St. W Oct 1 @Georgia Tech W Oct 8 Florida St. W Oct 15 North Carolina w Oct 20 @Virginia Tech W Oct 29 @Notre Dame w Nov 5 Pittsburgh W Nov 12 @Virginia W Nov 19 @NC State W Nov 26 Duke W 12-0, there, fixed it for U! Where RCCF at???
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From 1983 until the 2015 season, Coastal Carolina's athletic programs competed in NCAA Division I as a member of the Big South Conference, while the football team competed in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision or FCS. On September 1, 2015, Coastal Carolina announced they would leave the Big South Conference following the 2015–16 school year to transition to FBS-level football and the Sun Belt Conference. The university will join in all sports except for football starting July 1, 2016, with football joining in 2017.[24] The football team plays at the 9,214-seat Brooks Stadium, which is notable for its teal artificial turf.[25] Following the announcement of the university joining the Sun Belt Conference, Brooks Stadium will undergo construction to expand the stadium to 20,000 seats; the NCAA requires FBS programs to maintain an average attendance of at least 15,000 over a rolling two-year cycle. The addition will complete a lower level seating bowl between the home, visitors and student sections, as well as adding a second level to the section backing up to S.C. 544.[26] Coastal's athletic teams were once known as the Trojans. But once the school established an affiliation with the University of South Carolina, the decision was made to select a mascot in line with the parent institution's mascot, the Gamecock. The ultimate choice was the Chanticleer (pronounced SHON-ti-clear), the proud, witty rooster made famous in "The Nun's Priest's Tale" of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. The university's teams are affectionately known as the Chants (pronounced "shonts") and the mascot itself is named Chauncey. When Coastal Carolina became an independent university in 1993, despite some calls for "a complete split from USC" (i.e., change the mascot), the Chanticleer remained the school's mascot. The mascot is one of the most distinctive in all of college sports.[27] In 2013, TD Bank gave CCU a $5 million gift. In September 2014, CCU officially renamed all its sports facilities TD Sports Complex
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Slug, or land slug, is a common name for any apparently shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusc. The word slug is also often used as part of the common name of any gastropod mollusc that has no shell, a very reduced shell, or only a small internal shell, particularly sea slugs and semislugs (this is in contrast to the common name snail, which applies to gastropods that have a coiled shell large enough that the animal can fully retract its soft parts into the shell). Various taxonomic families of land slugs form part of several quite different evolutionary lineages, which also include snails. Thus, the various families of slugs are not closely related, despite a superficial similarity in the overall body form. The shell-less condition has arisen many times independently during the evolutionary past, and thus the category "slug" is emphatically a polyphyletic one. Slugs play an important role in the ecosystem by eating decaying plant material and fungi.[13] Most carnivorous slugs on occasion also eat dead of their own kind. Most species of slugs are generalists, feeding on a broad spectrum of organic materials, including leaves from living plants, lichens, mushrooms, and even carrion.[13][14] Some slugs are predators and eat other slugs and snails, or earthworms.[13][15].
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OUCHO GAUCHO! This is not what I think the writers above were talking about BUT this is what I call a "Gaucho" http://www.forever21.com/images/default_750/00172266-01.jpg
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Gaucho (Spanish: [ˈɡautʃo]) or gaúcho (Portuguese: [ɡaˈuʃu]) is a word with several meanings. In its historical sense a gaucho was "A mestizo who, in the 18th and 19th centuries, inhabited Argentina, Uruguay and Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil".[1] Today, in Argentina and Uruguay, a gaucho is simply "A country person, experienced in traditional cattle ranching work".[2] Because historical gauchos were reputed to be brave, if unruly, the word is also applied metaphorically to mean "Noble, brave and generous",[3] but also "One who is skilful in subtle tricks, crafty".[4] In Portuguese the word gaúcho (note the accent) means "An inhabitant of the plains of Rio Grande do Sul or the pampas of Argentina descended from European man and [Amer]Indian woman who devotes himself to lassoing and raising cattle and horses".[5] Gaucho is an equivalent of the North American "cowboy" (vaquero, in Spanish), the Chilean huaso, the Peruvian chalan, the Cuban guajiro[citation needed], the Puerto Rican jibaro[citation needed], the Venezuelan or Colombian llanero, the Ecuadorian chagra[citation needed], the Hawaiian paniolo[citation needed], and the Mexican charro, which are terms that often connote the 19th century more than the present day; then, gauchos made up the majority of the rural population, herding cattle on the vast estancias, and practicing hunting as their main economic activities. The gaucho is a national symbol in both Argentina and Uruguay. Gauchos became greatly admired and renowned in legends, folklore and in literature and became an important part of their regional cultural tradition. Beginning late in the 19th century, after the heyday of the gauchos, they were celebrated by South American writers.
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Although Slugs would have been better. Posted by: Lur-ker | June 13, 2016 at 01:49 PM Slugs vs Gauchos? That's a toss up.
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See there U go...HawaiiCane with a PERFECT example of a great OTW / PSA on The Space!
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Hey, wait a minute, what's all this 24/7 Canes talk you were talking about? Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | June 13, 2016 at 01:27 PM Brief, important, meaningful or funny and NON POLITICAL public service announcements known as OFF TOPIC WARNINGS are granted special permission by the blog operator. You can scroll past if not interested, hence the warning. If you have one to contribute go ahead. If not stick to what U know: UM SPORTS!
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