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Game day blog: Sooners 51, UM 13 (F)

Looks like the UM bandwagon is going to get a little bit lighter after this week. This game was supposed to be an opportunity for the University of Miami to make a loud statement on national TV against the country's fifth-ranked team. Instead, the Canes are leaving Norman with a whimper and appear headed toward some more quarterback controversy.

The game itself looked ugly at first. The Canes were down 21-3 when an ineffective Kirby Freeman was replaced by Kyle Wright. Then it was 21-13. But the Canes just couldn't seem to defend Oklahoma's passing game today, which has gone for over 230 yards. The secondary couldn't match the speed of OU's receivers. UM's running game? Virtually non-existant. The offense, which basically has been non-existant for years, has proven yet again it can't produce in the big game.

The real question is where the Canes go from here. Do they fall apart like they did last year after getting housed by Louisville on the road? Or does this game light a fire in their rears? I'll be in the lockerroom after the game to get a sense of how they feel.

Now, you tell me how you feel. How do you feel about Kyle Wright now? I've always felt he was the better passer. And so far at least today, he's proven to be more effective than Kirby. What are your thoughts on him replacing Kirby permenantly? Robert Marve anyone? Where's Patrick Nix's new and imprved offense?

IN GAME SUMMARY

CANES WHO DID WELL
- Kyle Wright entered the game at quarterback with 7:52 to play in the first half and led UM to a few solid drives, including its only TD right before the half.
- Calais Campbell had a sack and made a huge play on a fake field goal to setup Miami's only touchdown.
CANES DOING NOT SO WELL
- UM's secondary has been beaten early and often for touchdowns. Randy Phillips was beaten three times for scores.
- Kirby Freeman, who struggled all afternoon. Both of his completions were screen passes. He had two passes nearly intercepted.

4th quarter highlights | lowlights
- Can't say I honestly paid attention after it was 31-13. Just noticed how Randy Phillips continues to get burned.
- Why Freeman is in the game is beyond me. I think this proves he can't run this offense against quality competition. Wright isn't much better, but better.

3rd quarter highlights | lowlights
- OU picks up two quick first downs to start the half before Kenny Phillips forces a fumble and Randy Phillips recovers at the OU 46.
- After Wright connects with Jenkins for a 15-yard gain, the Canes are forced to settle for a field goal. But Francesco Zampogna delivers, drilling a 45-yarder to make it 21-13.
- Oklahoma gets a huge return by Orlando Iglesias down to the UM 47. Carlos Armour had a chance to make the tackle at about the OU 40, but missed it. Kicker Daren Daly ended up making his second tackle of the game.
- Dwayne Hericks has limped off the field with a right leg injury with 9:48 left in the quarter. Lovon Ponder also has gone out with 9:12 left.
- OU is going for it on the UM 27. Chris Brown picks up the first down to keep the drive going.
- The drive gets help when Tavares Gooden gets flagged for a late hit while Bradford was running out of bounds. The Sooners eventually score on a 6-yard TD pass to tight end Jermaine Gresham to make it 28-13.
- UM does nothing with its next possession and the drive ends in a 3-and-out when Wright gets sacked at UM 17.
- Oklahoma gets another good possession and adds 3 more points to its lead on a 30-yard field goal by Garrett Hartley with 36 seconds left in the quarter. It's now 31-13.

FIRST HALF KEY STATS
UM: Miami has 6 first downs and 36 yards rushing on 22 attempts. Passing: Kyle Wright is 5 of 9 for 45 yards and a touchdown. Rushing: Cooper has 11 carries for 21 yards. James has 6 carries for 17 yards. Receiving: Darnell Jenkins 2 catches, 20 yards, Ryan Hill has two catches for 18 yards.
OU: Sooners have 9 first downs, 14 yards rushing on 16 attempts. Sam Bradford is 8 of 13 passing for 2 touchdowns. Rushing: Patrick Allen has 5 carries for 38 yards, Chris Brown has 18 yards on 6 carries.

My thoughts: The Canes are lucky to be down only 11 points. The story has been Kyle Wright, who replaced Kirby Freeman at quarterback with 7:52 left in the half. He drove Miami to its only touchdown, moving the team down field on 5 of 9 passing for 45 yards and a score. He was 3 for 3 on third down passing attempts on the drive.

Calais Campbell has had two huge plays -- a sack and special teams play in which he picked up a first down on a fake field goal attempt.

Miami fell behind 21-3 when Oklahoma returned a Javarris James fumble to the house. The secondary -- Randy Phillips and DeMarcus Van Dyke -- got beat for two touchdown passes in the first half.

1st quarter highlights | lowlights
- Marcus Walker's beautiful one-handed interception on the first play of the game gets reversed on review. But the Canes can't cash in and are forced to punt after a quick 3-and-out. Bosher's punt was 36 yards.
-  Sooners are moving the ball early through the air and the ground. Rain is now coming down hard.
- Malcolm Kelly caps Oklahoma's 1st drive with his 100th career reception, beating Randy Phillips for a touchdown strike. OU has 82 yards of offense. Miami has 7. OU leads 7-0.
- OU Redshirt freshman quarterback Sam Bradford has completed 23 consecutive passes between the opener and today.
- Reggie Youngblood and Javarris James get beat by OU defensive end Auston English in giving up the Canes first sack of the season on Miami's second possession. Freeman nearly gets picked again before the Canes are forced to punt again. Miami has 9 yards of total offense -- all thanks to Javarris James. Matt Bosher gets off an unimpressive 32-yarder. Rain has stopped.
- Oklahoma is forced to a quick three and out and the Canes catch a huge break when sophomore Derek Shaw snaps the ball way over the head of OU's punter, giving UM possession at the OU 8.
- The Canes, however, can't capitalize and are forced to attempt a field goal from the 3-yard line. The 20-yard attempt by Francesco Zampogna is good. Oklahoma 7, UM 3.
- OU is driving again, inside the Miami 40. Miami's secondary seems to be making every tackle along with Tavares Gooden.
- Oklahoma makes it 14-3 when Bradford hooks up with Kelly for a 24-yard touchdown pass. Freshman DeMarcus Van Dyke gets beat for the first time in his career, failing to wrap up on Kelly despite having his arms around his waist.
- This is where having something other than a running game comes in handy! Miami's pass offense has to step up now.
- Canes finally pick up a first down with 1:20 left in the quarter when Graig Cooper picks up 9 yards and 2 yards on the ground. Looks like offensive coordinator Patrick Nix might be turning to the run.
- Quarter ends with a big 3rd and 1 at UM 40. Oklahoma has 102 yards total offense -- that with the bad snap that wiped out about 50 yards. UM has 35 yards total offense. 3 passing.

2nd quarter highlights | lowlights
- Javarris James gets hit in the backfield on that big 3rd and 1 and Miami is forced to punt for the third time.
- Calais Campbell comes through with a huge sack, pushing OU back on a 3rd and long. Cooper makes a nice return on the punt before OU picks up a 15-yard flag for a facemask giving UM possession at the OU 35.
- But the momentum quickly swings on UM's first play. Freeman gets a bad snap. James fumbles, OU's Reggie Smith returns it 62 yards for a touchdown with 12:29 left in the second quarter. It's 21-3 OU.
- UM's sixth drive goes three and out. Lance Leggett stops on a deeply thrown ball. In a nutshell, Leggett's career.
- Nice play by Randy Phillips, stripping Juaquin Iglesias of the football on a 14-yard pass play. UM takes over at its 44.
- Canes can't do anything with it and are forced to punt again. Miami's passing game doesn't exist. The Secret O looks more like Secret "Doh!" UM has come out in a no-huddle offense. It's not working. Miami has one first down, 35 yards total offense. Freeman is 2 for 7 for 10 yards. Is it time for Kyle Wright?
- It's Kyle time. And his first pass is completed to an OU band member!
- Kyle comples a first down pass to Darnell Jenkins down to OU 41. Another third down, another first down for the Canes to Jenkins down to OU 28. Kyle picks up another first down on third down, this time to Ryan Hill. Miami is at the OU 15.
- What a play! Fake field goal. Calais Campbell catches the flip and falls forward, first down and goal at 3.
- What a crazy possession. Canes have first and goal at the OU 2 after a defensive pass interference play with 1:15 left in the half. Miami finall scores when Ryan Hill is found wide open in the end zone for a 6-yard score. OU 21, UM 10.

PREGAME: Norman is beaming with excitement. The student section inside Owen Field is already filled to near capicity two hours before the game. Field is wet. Been raining most of the night. But at least it looks the rain has stopped. I've got some photos to share. I'll post them later. Stay tuned for today's live blog which will constantly update. Kickoff is set for 12:08 p.m. Humidity is 88 percent. Temperature is 78 degree. Coin flip is coming up. Oklahoma won and has deferred to the second half.

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as the iron sheik puts it,

OU made you canes humble

green, too true. Smack mode is not often my style, but several comments from the upcoming week deserved addressing.

After I get down from the elation, and watch the game again or time or two, I'll probably give an analysis.

But, I'd have been here to take my lumps if we'd lost, as promised. I hope those that talked the most drivel have the gonads to come back in and eat crow.

THIS IS THE RESULT OF 5 YEARS OF BAD RECRUITING, OF GOING OUT OF SOUTH FLORIDA TO RECRUIT AND LET ALL THESE AWESOME ATHLETES GO TO OTHERS SCHOOLS LIKE FREE SHOES UNIVERSITY AND GAYTORS, WE WERE ALL HOPEFUL RANDY HAD BETTER PLAYERS TO COMPETE WITH BUT OBIOUSLY WE WILL HAVE TO BE PATIENT AND LET THE YOUNG GUYS GET EXPERIENCE WHILE WE GET A COUPLE OF RANDY SHANNON'S RECRUITING CLASSES IN. THEN WE WILL BE ABLE TO JUDGE WHAT KIND OF A COACH HE REALLY IS. COKER LEFT THIS TEAM WITH VERY LITTLE TALENT JUST LIKE DENNYS ERICKSON DID WHEN BUTCH DAVIS CAME IN, AND WHO RECRUITED THE PLAYERS THAT COKER WON WITH? LET SEE HOW GOOD THIS TEAM IS FOR THE 2009 SEASON WE'LL KNOW BETTER THEN.

what happened to running between the tackles?

I am not surpised by the performances of many of the players since most of these guys haven't done antying since arriving at the U. But, is it possible to be worse than Werner and Olson, because Nix sure was today. He never tried to establish the run with the basic offense even after OK let the Canes back in the game. The QBs are terrible! The only way this team will win is to run the ball! And another thing, lets try to play some zone on defense.

They won't come online TexasSooner. Most Canes fans are bandwagon fans. They supported Coker when he won championship but they forget fast.

They'll start asking for Shannon's head soon. He'll probably lose 2-3 ACC games this year.

Congrats to your Sooners.

(Nix) never tried to establish the run with the basic offense even after OK let the Canes back in the game. The QBs are terrible! The only way this team will win is to run the ball! Posted by: RS | September 08, 2007 at 04:01 PM bingo

I'll have to give it some thought, but my rough guess about Miami is that they'll lose conference games to VT, GT. Not sure about FSU. The rest of the conference games should at least be winnable, after all, it IS the ACC.

And, after what I saw today, and even though it's a home game, I don't give UM hardly any chance against Texas A&M. I really look forward to seeing that game.

First, OU is a good team, no real shame there. Bradford was calm and cool, and the OU defense looked a lot like a good UM defense - fast. So, hats off to OU. The better team won. It would have taken a special effort to beat them, and would have taken a solid effort to keep it close.

Secondly, the negatives. I live in Atlanta, I can see Georgia Tech out my window. The Pat Nix thing is beyond me. I watched enough GT football to experience the Pat Nix frustration, but I did not care that much, I'm a casual GT fan. But now that Pat Nix is at UM, I'm like wtf!?

Why was Kirby Freeman allowed back into the game? Why did Shannon feel like he had to say that Freeman was the quarterback, no questions. If you have 2 mediocre quarterbacks, and you are going to have to play both of them, then roll with that. I'm not a huge Wright fan, but Freeman has showed me nothing. He can't fake, he can barely hand off and his passing seems pretty horrid.

I'd like to say these new Canes didn't quit, but the score was 51-13, so, it's really hard to make that claim.

Thirdly the positives. I like the focus on stripping the ball. I saw it all day on D and on special teams. I liked the fake field goal.

Teams have to run up the score. UM is respected, ranked or not, and OU is ranked 5 and would like to be ranked higher. It's just the way it is. The polls don't respect a 21-13 win like a 51-13 win. I saw nothing disrespectful in the OU game.

Like I've said all summer, the Canes still owe me for the Peach Bowl game against LSU and for last year's game at Louisville. I don't want to hear any boasting, I don't want to hear no trash. The scoreboard don't lie.

On the bandwagon thing... it's important to witness the bad so you can TRULY enjoy the good.

Play Marve next week. The U is pitiful now.

CANE25 said it best.

Here's the run down as I see it...

1) Oklahoma is for real. No, I'm not making an excuse - I'm stating the obvious. Oklahoma is a good football team. They're sound in all aspects of the game and deserved the win today. They were, and are, the better team.

Offense: Still not anwhere close to where Canes fans expect. Kirby Freeman is atrocious - His 0-for performance was disgraceful - kind of sad that the Canes have this kid as their "starting" QB. The lame-duck throws from his arm are gross. On the bright side (if there is one), Kyle Wright came in and did a good job. He managed the game well while he was in charge of the offense. Was it just me or did the entire offense seem to respond to Wright much more so than they do with Kirby under center? Receivers were running better routes, throws were on the money, and blocking was improved. Overall, the addition of Patrick Nix as offensive coordinator has yet to show. So much for the "hidden" offense that Nix supposedly was ready to reveal for this game. I saw nothing different from what was displayed in the Marshall game, and that should legitimately displease Canes fans. They deserve better than RB blasts up the middle and mid-distance slants. Where were the tricky screens and deceptive routes? - non-existent. Also, make no mistake, I like Graig Cooper a lot, but where was Baby J? Why was he not in at the end of the half when we needed a big, powerful back to pound it in. That was nothing more than BAD COACHING if you ask me.

Defense: Gross. So much for the "talk" about how dominant the Canes group would be this year. They are far away from the dominance of last year and the year's prior. The D-Line didn't do anything today. Except for one sack in the first half, Calais Campbell lost major All-America attention after a non-existent showing. RANDY PHILLIPS is the WORST defensive back at the U in the last 20 years (yes, I said it). Not only was he blow by all of his freshman year, but after claiming that he had "learned his lesson" and come back with a vengence for his sophomore season, the junior was ABSOLUTELY BURNT the entire game today. Three Oklahoma passing touchdowns were a direct result of the incompetence of Phillips. If he's our best corner, we're in BIG, BIG trouble.

Carl Selmon, Pete Elliot, Fran Curci, - I remember those years. Give Randy a chance.

Kirby Freeman is just not good enough.
That being said, why is Nix calling a QB draw every down when it's clear tome and everyone that it's not working.
This offense yet again will lead us to a futile season. expect atleast 1-2 more losses. It'll be a bit rough.

Hated the offensive playcalling. We went for ONE long pass. Incredible. Also the receivers were TERRIBLE!

Secondary got blown a part and missed atleast one obvious interception. Just a rough day overall.

I think in two years we'll be challenging for a national title though.

I was glad to see the class by the U after the game becames lopsided. And like Coach Shannon said its just one game, in a long season. Lets see how theses kids respond.

GO CANES!!!

SINCE YOU ALL BLEED ORANGE AND GREEN. CRY ORANGE AND GREEN TEARS.

I HAVE TO VENT!

WHY DID THEY START THE GAME NOT ESTABLISHING THE RUN!?!?!??

WHY DID THEY USE COOPER AND NOT JAMES IN GOALLINE OPPORTUNITIES!?!?!?!?TWICE!

WHY DOES FREEMAN LOOK LIKE A SCARED FRESHMEN???

WHY DOES UM'S TALENT LOOK LIKE AN AVERAGE TEAM? THEY REMIND ME OF THE SAME TEAM THAT WAS ON PROBATION!

WHY DO OUR RECEIVERS SUCK??!?!

WHY DOESNT LEGGET, JENKINS, FREEMAN, WRIGHT, AND OTHER JUST DROP OUT OF SCHOOL??

WHY DO ALL OF OUR PLAY CALLS SUCK ON OFFENSE???!!?

WHY DID GOODEN COMMIT THAT PENALTY ALONG WITH JAMES FUMBLING???!?!?

SOMEONE PLEASE ANSWER ALL THESE QUESTIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OH I FORGOT ONE QUESTION!

WHY DOES RANDY PHILIPS STINK AS WELL!?!??!

Play Marve next week. The U is pitiful now.

Posted by: AlwaysNextYear | September 08, 2007 at 04:10 PM redshirting

Arealisst, i made similar comments and they were laughing at me. I completely agree with your questions. Though, i have a feeling somebody will come up with reasons. Many of you are blind and will have excuses for everything.

Areallist -haven't you watched Larry Coker bring down the program in only 3 years?

The goal line play calling atroucious.

OU had a great OL. Their Qb is ok, not all that special. Much better than our Qbs.

Yes, the team did seem to quit on Kirby Freeman.

Get used to Pat Nix, this felt a lot like a Georgia Tech game. UM fans have seen GT now that they are in the ACC. GT has had a really solid defense the last few years. Any of their relative success had nothing to do with Pat Nix and that was with having Calvin Johnson and Tashard Choice last year. Just a mix mash of crappy play calling that builds on nothing and establishes nothing.

I thought last year's offense was hard to watch. This could be worse. Late in the game they showed Pat Nix up in the box, his face was deep into both hands. I think that about sums it up. No answers, just frustration. He has nothing.

TexasSooner,

Yeah I'll take those lumps from you. You guys whooped us! Honestly I didn't anticipate a win, I just thought it might be close.

Well maybe if you guys do that to the rest of the teams on your schedule my team won't look so bad.

Now I get to by two guys at work from OK lunch next week. They can my me lunch 2 years from now. ;-)


I'm telling you man, Grandpa Coke was handing out scholarships to the U weather you could play there or not!
-Now it is painfully obvious!!!
very few of our guys would be starting for OU or any other top 20 school. I feel bad saying that 'cause those guys play hard and do the best that they can. I'm sure they don't like losing either.
We need to re-define the type of players that CAN start for us.
I think Shannon is well on his way to getting this done.

HAHAHAHHA, the U is garbage

Jonathan, kudos and respect for your taking your lumps.

Buy them a steak!! We Okies love steak!

Every body needs to just take a step back and say ok what did we do wrong and what did we do WRIGHT! RIGHT NOW WE NEED TO STICK WITH THIS TEAM THEY STILL HAVE 10 GAMES WE WIN ALL OF THOSE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IS STILL POSSIBLE. THE TEAM NEEDS US RIGHT NOW SO STICK WITH IT JUST WAIT IN A COUPLE YEARS WILL BE BACK ON TOP.

UM will be on top riding USC/Texas/Oklahoma. SHUT UP!!

Sooner 41 Canes 20...That's next weeks score for all you fools!!

Canes beat up on Marshall and now they think they can play with Top 10 school. Get back to reality people!!

Posted by: soonersalltheway | September 02, 2007 at 11:03 AM


I called it last week..............UM stinks

Canes#1 - stop inhaling the meth. This team blows, has for years and needs to earn US back. As fans we should flip them the middle finger and say, "Call us when you finally beat some one whose ranked." F them and all the apologizers making excuses for them - 4 years of CRAP is long enough!!

Blackout the rest of the TV schedule, it just too painful to watch.

wow..what a long way to go

CanedAgain: through thick & thin

and for those of you who are blaming this loss soley on cokers players... quit drinkin the kool-aid. sure, some of our players are less than stellar, but we got outcoached...period.

no adjustments on D to put pressure on the QB, no secondary adjustments, gordon and hill returning kicks is laughable, baby j not used enough, not keeping KW in the game, poor play callin and no halftime adjustments. ahannon has a lot to learn. and while i dont think walton and nix are great coordinators, shannon could have stepped in at any time and made sure they were doing what he wanted.

the bottom line is our coaches are no where near top-tier. i hope they prove me wrong, but its gonna be a long season. losing is one thing, but i think the coaching staff and players quit ... and that is unaccetable!!

Miami has a big reason to be proud. since she has arrived President Shalala has raised the academic standards of the school. Unfortunetly for the football team it has had a negative effect. Remember in the glory days there were no standards for the football players and thus they recruited any convict off the street. Thus their reputation. the U was well known for taking players that were ineligible to play for Florida. But no with higher acedemic standards the U is no longer able to recruit the the type of players they had in the old days. So... congratulations on the high academic reputation you now have. Unfortunately the U will never again be an important football team.

Remember in the glory days there were no standards for the football players and thus they recruited any convict off the street. Thus their reputation. the U was well known for taking players that were ineligible to play for Florida. Posted by: Don | September 08, 2007 at 05:34 PM LIE

Just to let you know... you said "Orlando Iglesias." His name is Juaquin Iglesias.

Other than that, great blog. I'm from Oklahoma and I really enjoyed reading it

LISTEN TO ME GUYS IM 4 HRS AWAY FROM MIAMI I DRIVE TO EVERY HOME GAME, IM STILL A TRUE CANES FAN, THIS BASHING HAS TO START , YOU DONT THINK RECRUITS LOG ON HERE TO SEE WHA FANS SAY, YEAH MOST OF OUR RECRUITS PLAYING ARE FROM COKER, U SEE IN THE STREET THROW AN ORANGE AT HIM FOR ME, FOR BEING A SOUR PUSS ON THE AIR WAVES, COACH SHANNON IS CLEANING THIS PROGRAM UP,AND WE NEED TO BE A COMMUNITY TO LURE IN RECRUITS BY SUPPORT THE CANES BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY, WE WILL BE BACK TO DOMINANCE, JUST BE PATIENCE, THIS IS A GAME IS BITTER SWEET, WE LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKES SO THAT WHEN WE PLAY TOUGH TEAMS AGAIN WE WILL KNOW WHAT TO DO, GIVE NIX A BREAK , SHANNON A BREAK, THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR COACHING AGAINST TEAM LIKE THAT, SUPPORT THE ORANGE REVOLUTION BE A MAN, GRAB YALL NUTS, WHAT YOU EXPECT 7-6 SEASON LAST YEAR, A PLAYERS DEATH, TEAM FIGHTING, TO ME GREAT NEW COACH, WE WILL BE BETTER TAKE TIME , IT SHOWS RIGHT NOW BY RECRUITING, DISCIPLINE, I CAN CAN SAY RIGHT NOW WE WERE BETTER THAN LAST YEAR, AND WILL CONTINUE TO GET BETTER, WATCH OUT R. MARVE HE GONNA CARRY US ,HE A WINNER, STATISTICALLY, ATTITUDE, AND AS A FOOTBALL PLAYER. IN SHANNON I TRUST!!

Posted by: Don | September 08, 2007 at 05:34 PM

Remember in the glory days there were no standards for the football players and thus they recruited any convict off the street. Thus their reputation. the U was well known for taking players that were ineligible to play for Florida. Posted by: Don | September 08, 2007 at 05:34 PM LIE<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

the commit u made don !!!! your and idiot, miami is a elite private school if they cant get in to univ of fla then they definitely cant get in the u!! didnt bubba caldwell have an army rifle he had shot in his apartment, didnt cuple a players get suspended for illegal substance abuse, and steriods, didnt taurean charles last year defensive end get booted off the team for throwing a freking keg at a student at party , sorry to say but i have freinds up there that go to university of florida and most of them say they get away with alot of crap, grades, money from booster club, and getting in trouble , get your facts strait.......idiot

wow!!!!!!!!!!!

ALCON-
While I agree the game was bad very bad one, I think some/mostall of the thing said about the players is out of line. These kids are out there giving their all everyday whether in the class room of on the field. And all while, the support y'all are giving is to thrash them the next day and call them names. I was, and still a proud of the way the team played, and class displayed and continue to look forward the the Coach Shannon era.
GO CANES!!!

ALCON- It mean... All concerned, sorry I'm still in Iraq.
GO CANES!!!

UMCLASSOF88, preach it Brother.
GO CANES!!!

Where was the middle linebacker Goodon? Fooled out of his socks on most plays. Arm tackling, dumb penalties-no excuse for that. Blaming only Coker, Shannon also recruited.

It is hard to run up the score with 2nd and 3rd string players unless the defence let's us. UM will be back they are just going through what we did before Stoops arrived we had to wade through the likes of coach Gary Gibbs,Howard Smelliburgar and John Blake before we climbed out of the gutter. The CANES will be back and better than ever.


northerncanefan, I can't wait until karma catches up to you, you're hit by a car and your brains (what little there is) are splattered all over the roadway.

Then I hope your wife/girlfriend expresses relief that your dumbass is dead and runs off with your bestfriend/brother who's she's been fucking behind your back for years.

Oh wait... but you're probably a fag, huh northerncanefan?

Probably a bottom to, like to take it up the ass, do you northerncanefan?

We are missing the point. Did anyone see the Oregon offense. It is apparent, at least to those who can see that a new offensive movement is has arrived. It equalizes teams with less talent to compete with teams with more talent.

It's nice to see the great sportsmanship of the Canes fans after reading all of these comments. The second that things are not going their way, they start making childish insults about Oklahoma and its players. And please don't whine about Bob Stoops running up the score. If Miami can't stop Oklahoma's second string offense, then they deserve to have 51 put on them.

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