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Gotta understand JJ is doing the school a solid by lending his legitimacy and publicity to the new regime. Same as he did when Goldie was hired. He’s not going to sabotage the new guy with public criticism before a game has even been played. It’s good that JJ still feels that Good Will toward Da U tho. His support is a bene
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2019 on Show Me The Money! at Canespace
Tough time, VA. Sounds like you know what is truly best for her now and are willing to make peace with that. God Bless. Have serenity in your heart knowing that she lived fully and stayed as long as was right. Peace.
Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2019 on Show Me The Money! at Canespace
Brad wore concrete cleats & collapsed when the wind blew. I think that was his biggest drawback - slow & nowhere near quick. Great arm. But needed perfect OL play and didn’t have any instinct for movement in the pocket.
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2019 on When TonyCane Speaks, U Should Listen at Canespace
https://youtu.be/_FdV1dFvKA8 Ok solar, just watched. U r right! I do like this song a lot better now. Actually U could’ve played any song as I didn’t really notice the music. Scary thought... that young lady is like 70 now
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2019 on When TonyCane Speaks, U Should Listen at Canespace
2nd that assessment of Nickleback
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2019 on When TonyCane Speaks, U Should Listen at Canespace
Hang on Sloopy, Sloopy hang on Come on Sloopy, come on Sloopy Shake it, shake it, shake it Sloopy Hang on Sloopy, Sloopy hang on Sorry old-timers, catchy groove but arguably dumbest song ever put to vinyl And yeah.... I also thought they were saying Snoopy!
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2019 on When TonyCane Speaks, U Should Listen at Canespace
HOF isn’t just numbers tho VA. Different eras produce different numbers. Specialization has taken over especially when it comes to pitching. A “starter” rarely pitches more than 5 innings now. “Closers” used to go 2-3 innings. Now?... rarely more than 2-3 batters. But in defense of numbers, no sport revolves around them more than baseball.
CONGRATS HOF ED REED
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2019 on Something Smells Fishy? at Canespace
Most exciting time of the year these last 15 years... new coach, no games coached yet... ALL problems fixed
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2019 on The U Gets Some New Blood at Canespace
The only way out of Tally is Amtrak? Horse & Buggy?
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2019 on The U Gets Some New Blood at Canespace
Canespace = GOAT of blobs
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2019 on The U Gets Some New Blood at Canespace
Super Blood Moon Total Eclipse = GOAT of GOATs Posted by: DallasTX Cane | January 20, 2019 at 11:54 PM
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2019 on The U Gets Some New Blood at Canespace
Super Blood Moon Total Eclipse = GOAT of GOATs
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2019 on Hurricanes Announce 2019 Schedule at Canespace
Posted by: 86Cane | January 18, 2019 at 08:47 AM C’mon 86, everyone here knows the prudent man takes what U say with a grain or two of salt. I figure that salt is worth an even 10 points across the board. Good blog article btw
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2019 on Hurricanes Announce 2019 Schedule at Canespace
I’d like to see a few W’s before breaking out the Chain. But he’s done a great job so far imo. There is excitement and positivity around the program and big-time coaches doing big-boy football work. I’m impressed and ready to jump onboard. Canes 24 uf 3
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2019 on Hurricanes Announce 2019 Schedule at Canespace
Wish we still were AfriCane. We won a lot more back in Da Day. Embrace the hate
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2019 on The Space Is The Place at Canespace
Kinda surprised this hasn’t really been commented on much.... The NC game commentators made a big deal about the entire Clemson DL making a pact and coming back for their senior year. Unfinished business, all the cliches. They also mentioned that the young skill players would have an experienced, senior heavy OL next season. Compare this to all the early departures the Canes have experienced over the last 15 years. Not only sure bet stars, but borderline guys also. I believe one of the major item not typically discussed is that how many guys stick around a program is a leading indicator of the success the HC is having building a winning atttitude among the players & staff. From that positive attitude comes success which attracts better recruits. The first step is convincing guys to stay and help build success. While I firmly believe staying or leaving is a personal decision that each player must make based on his individual situation, it’s significantly more difficult to turn a losing or mediocre program into a winner when experienced players continually leave. Any positive culture leaves also and it’s much harder to pass that on down player to player. Not to mention the on field impact. If players don’t place team & program ahead of individual (or perceived) gain, the team will stay stuck in 2nd gear - good year followed by disappointment followed by average followed by good followed by disappointment... sound familiar? You’re always chasing something - experience, talent, health. Once you get it fixed in one area, you lose it in another. Manny - get em to stick around & commit to U. U’r odds of making Year 4 or 5 will go way up.
Toggle Commented Jan 15, 2019 on Diaz Tackles Saban For A Loss at Canespace
Posted by: solarcane | January 14, 2019 at 11:13 AM Lol. Never my man! U keep bringing it, I’ll keep reading it!
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2019 on Diaz Tackles Saban For A Loss at Canespace
86 - U r gonna be renaming this place “solar-space” if he keeps up this posting pace!
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2019 on Diaz Tackles Saban For A Loss at Canespace
Was too busy getting rich in Alaska back then raize
Toggle Commented Jan 13, 2019 on Diaz Tackles Saban For A Loss at Canespace
You can gauge the State of the U on Canespace by the amount of BDMPD. Butch Davis Mentions Per Day, BDMPD 10 to 25 we are in deep shyt " " 5 to 9 we are still the same " " 0 to 4 we are on our way Posted by: solarcane | January 11, 2019 at 11:04 PM LOVE THIS! This is why Da Space needs solar. But... in all fairness, hasn’t mi@mic@ne been in Timeout lately?!?
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2019 on Carry On My Wayward Son at Canespace
One of the articles mentions his ability to be unpredictable. To mix it up. That’d be a nice change...
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2019 on Carry On My Wayward Son at Canespace
Dam. His Wiki already lists him as U OC. That’s fast!
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2019 on Carry On My Wayward Son at Canespace
Last 4 years: 55 wins 4 ACC Championships 4 NCAA Playoffs 2 National Championships (2 of last 3) ONLY game at Bama that Saban has lost by more than 14 points... ONLY game... think on that for a minute, on what it says about Bama quality since Saban took over. What the “Clumsy” tigers hay U talking bout Afri?!?
Toggle Commented Jan 8, 2019 on Stand By Your Man at Canespace
Tony - Perhaps ND isn’t the best example to prove my point. However, I counter that, if relevant they support my main contention which is stability of HC is the key to long term program success (not to be confused with new HC’s being successful, of course they often are) since Kelly has been there now almost a decade. Where ND reminds me of the Canes is by having a decent season every 4-ish Years, high ranking greatly assisted by nostalgic yearning for prior greatness when in reality the team isn’t much better than above average. This is followed by disappointment. Take away ND’s 2 seasons you refer to (where they played in games they shouldn’t have and got exposed) and you’ve got a few 8-5, 9-4 seasons, a losing season. Sounds familiar. ND has benefited from USC, UM, Mich St, all being down plus not playing a conference champ game. Like the Canes, people are quick to overrate them figuring “they’re back”. Great teams feast on them when it counts. I agree things can change in a heartbeat. But my point was that the combo of NC level success AND high level of HC turnover the Canes enjoyed in the 80’s-90’s is an anomaly in college football. The further down this path we go without finding The Man is depressing and the real recruiting killer.
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2019 on Any Major Dude Would Tell You at Canespace