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Beyond the commitment: OL Malcolm Bunche

When it comes to recruiting, most of the information that ever really gets out about the high school player being brought into a signing class are the basic nuts and bolts. Position. Height. Weight. 40-time. Star count. Ranking. Along the way, we get some sort of an evaluation and hear footnotes. Questions might be raised about academics. We'll hear about his visits and if there is a chance he might not stay committed. And, finally, someone will try and tell us how long it might take before this recruit will be able to make an impact.

A lot more obviously goes into recruiting than that. Before coach Randy Shannon walks into a family's living room to deliver his home run sales pitch, his assistants do their research. When Clint Hurtt or Micheal Barrow stand on the sidelines at practices or at games, they are looking for more than just effort and big plays. They want to know about his character. They want to know: How does this recruit interact with his teammates? Is he a leader, a good follower or is he a selfish player? What are his eating and preparation habits? Does he work hard in the classroom and the weightroom? Is he a knucklehead? Can I trust him? Is he smart or are we going to have to babysit him?

Malcolm Bunche The Miami Hurricanes picked up the 20th commitment of their 2009 class Monday night from Newark, Del. offensive lineman Malcolm Bunche. He became the fifth offensive lineman to pick UM, an important need for the Canes in this class. Look anywhere online, and you can find out Bunche is 6-5, 315 pounds, plays offensive tackle and is rated a 3-star recruit by both Rivals and Scout. Monday night, I went in search of a little more beyond the commitment. Unlike most of the players in South Florida whom I do get a chance to watch with my own eyes, I've never seen Bunche play. So, I'm not going to speak to his abilities. But I will share what I learned after talking to Malcolm, his mother Melinda Henry, and his coach Butch Simpson.

> Malcolm Bunche is more than a football player and All-State selection from Delaware. He's a 17-year old kid (he just turned 17 in October) with some pretty good athletic genes, who plays basketball and most recently took second place in the shot put at the Delaware State Track and Field championships. His family takes health and personal fitness extremely seriously.

His father Curtis Bunche was a defensive end and eighth round pick out of Albany State (Ga.) to the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1979 draft. He spent a few seasons in the NFL before playing in the USFL with Chicago Blitz and then in the CFL. He's been an assistant coach Newark for two years. Malcolm's older sister Cetera was a long distance cross country and track runner at Hampton University, who eventually became an assistant coach Jacksonville University. His mother, Melinda Henry, is now a personal trainer and recently began competing in power lifting events at age 50. Henry won four gold medals at the Florida State championships in December (most in the bench press) and will compete here in Miami in the national championships Valentine's Day weekend.

Malcolm Bunche action Malcolm, who lives and trains with his father in Newark, has developed the same workout traits as his family. At 320 pounds, he has 16 percent body fat (FYI, Antonio Dixon came to UM at over 30 percent). Simpson said he warms up with 225 pounds (what players bench at NFL combines) and reps it 19 times without a breaking a sweat. Bunche said he benches 400 pounds, squats a little under 500 and power cleans 220 (Check back to my Andreu Swasey blog if you want to compare). Simpson said Bunche is always on time at 3 p.m. in the weight room Monday through Friday and takes weekends off.

As for his nutrition, Bunche said he takes his eating seriously and said he will only go out for fast food once a month when he wants to treat himself. "With my dad, we're always eating steak, fish, salmon, tilapia, chicken, mixing in power bars and muscle milk," Bunche said. "We also drink this really bad vegetable juice to flush out the system. I've always been taught if you take care of your body, your body will take care of you."

> Before his visit and before his gut told him commit to UM Monday, Bunche committed to Rutgers last summer. He said Hurricanes coaches -- especially offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland -- did a good job convincing him to take UM seriously. When he made his visit to UM this past weekend he came with more than just mom and dad. His sister and his uncle were along for the ride too. The Bunches said what caught them instantly was the family atmosphere.

"I didn't know Malcolm had met Coach Stoutland before, but what caught my eye was how he was interacting with him, pushing him around, tugging at him, like we do," Henry said. "It was really a great bonding experience. Malcolm hit it off right away with all of the other recruits. So much so, he made sure to call his quarterback [A.J. Highsmith] first he was committing. It's funny, even the mom's got close. I was even sharing a cheesecake with A.J.'s mom and I had just met her."

The Bunche family (from left) Cetera, Malcolm and mother Melinda Henry. The trip had plenty of highlights for Malcolm and his family, including some nice dinners with other recruits. His first night, Malcolm said he had the Chicken Cordon bleu. The second night he had lobster tails and steak. He said he was so impressed by tour guide Orlando Franklin, he returned home and told his girlfriend he's thinking of shaving his head for a mohawk cut, too. But as good a time as the family had, what made the visit special according to Malcolm was the half hour of one-on-one time he spent with Shannon. "He was sincere in everything he said," Bunche said.

Henry said Shannon had already gotten to her when she came in for the unofficial visit with Malcolm last sumemr and said she was blown away when Shannon stepped up to his dry erase board and began diagraming his offensive line and exactly where he thought Bunche could fit in (right tackle) and showed him how he could come in and immediately help. As for Ms. Henry? She's ecstatic her son is going to be a Cane. So much so, she's already joined the First Coast Canes Club in Jacksonville. "All I know is I'm getting a new Saturn," Henry said. "and it's going to look so hot in Orange."

> Simpson, who has coached his fair share of talented players including former Canes defensive tackle Orien Harris, said he believes Bunche will eventually find his way to left tackle because of his quick feet and his strong upper body. Bunche's physique reminds Simpson of Orien's older brother of Kwame Harris, a former first round pick of San Francisco 49ers.

"The best thing about Malcolm is he's still a baby and his best days are ahead of him," Simpson said. "He's not just a big high school kid who is going to have to learn how to make adjustments. He can play. When coaches come in here and see him walking around in a tank top and shorts, they say to me coach this guy could be a fourth-year junior. He's going to need a little time to get adjusted to the speed. But he's got great passing blocking skills. I know he'll learn quickly."

> Bunche already has learned something quickly -- developing friendships and bonds with other recruits. Not only has he reached out to other recruits, but he said he plans on calling a few on the fence. No. 1 on the list? Running back Bryce Brown. "I've got Bryce's number, but I haven't had a chance to hit him up yet," Bunche said. When I call him up I'm planning on telling him I want to block for him, help him get his 3,000 yards and win the Heisman trophy. I know want him to know we all want him here."

> Want to know how committed Canes coaches are to recruits? Micheal Barrow attended Bunche's All-State dinner party knowing full well Bunche had already committed. According to Simpson, "He simply went to show Malcolm his support."

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First.

Superb work, as always.

FIRST!!! HA THATS WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT! UM IS BACK BABY!

Thanks again Manny!

It is always good to hear the behind the scenes information on players. Especially during recruiting time! Only you could provide such insight into this young man's background and experience. Keep up the excellent journalism!

P.S.

I can't wait to see your write-up on the news conference tomorrow!

Nice young man, a nice family, and he is a very welcomed addition to the UM family.

Manny bro, i dont know how u do it.. you keep feeding us this incredible information.. U really showed a side that not everyone knows about...most of us fans just speculate...and how awesome is it what COACH SHANNON is building...I guess alot of fans that were never in the same locker room as Ed Reed or Jon Vilma etc...like Randy was its easy to criticize on how they think he should do business... I for one will fully support what he's doing..even tho he might not be the greatest head coach in the world...when u get great leaders solid followers....U cant be stopped....

NOTICE: TO ALL THOSE WHO HATE ON THE U... THE CANES FANS KNOW THE HATE STEMS FROM FEAR...ITS OK COACH SHANNON LIKES THE HATE KEEP IT UP!!! WHEN WE GET #6 AND #7 AND YOUR WONDERING WHY???
A CANE WILL BE THERE SIMPLY THROWING UP THE U... AND YOU WILL WALK AWAY WITH UR HEAD DROOPED DOWN....AND WIPING THE TEARS AS U TAKE OFF UR GAYTOR ATTIRE..... U HEAR ME URBAN...


Whip just might go deep

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xs5pt_dazz-band-let-it-whip_music

Welcome back U ?

a beast i tell you! a beast!! you killed it again! on point like always!!!!!

manny, tell us the truth man! i think its u who hosts these kids on their official visit, you know too much, you're like a secret recruiter or something! haha

Same players...That won't be able to run an old, new, or any offense ...

Adios Senior Wheeepal next year

WHIPPLE IS COMING WHIPPLE IS COMING

This GUARANTEES us being in a BCS Bowl in 09 and ANOTHER 'SHIP in 10

We must commission a bronze statue immediately.

U BETTER WATCH OUT FOR THE U

WELCOME TO THE U FAMILY

PAY ATTENTION TO THE U

U R SCARED OF THE U

ITS ALL ABOUT THE U

proudly hoist those ACC Coastal division titles high

http://www.miamiherald.com/460/story/873733.html

Welcome to everyday meeeami Coach Whip ...


Don't pull the kids outta school quite yet .

WELCOME MALCOLM!! I WAS HOPING U WOULD MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE. U R SORELY NEEDED IN A BIG WAY! THE CANES STAFF ARE DOING IT AGAIN, SO EXCITED. MANNY YOU ARE 2ND TO NONE, TRUST!

Nice work Manny... way to go deep and get a great story.

Hard working, IN SHAPE O-linemen... THAT'S what's going to get us back to winning NCs!

Let's Go Canes!

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WHIPPLEWHIPPLE

Sit down Nurban, buh bye Bobby, so long Jimbo.

The storm is brewing in the south.

Barometric pressure is dropping.

Welcome coach. we welcome youwith open arms here in So Fl. Son't let the haters try tomake youbelieve that thereisn't any support. Look across the country. The U is all over. TV ratings for U games are always high. And we will try to get to that "cave" of a stadium as well. There is a sense... There is a sense...

The U is creeping.

Another great article Manny! You are the best writer and source of info on the U.

rivals make it sound like reid is gonna visit.

anyone know when barrington is going to announce his decision? we need and ilb for deth and this kid sounds like a gamer.

so what are the chances we get brown, 2 more stud OLs, randle or debose, reid, and richardson? probably pretty low (especially b/c of the last 3), but it would be a great way to finish up this class!

manny,

tight work here. seems like you would have to almost be living with the bunche's to get this kind of information. thanks for keeping us informed.

this coaching staff can flat out recruit. obviously there is a level of integrity and realness that can be felt by the recruits and their families. let's hope that all of this translates to the field in the form of wins and championships.

what's most impressive to me was barrow going to the young man's all-star dinner-- even after he had already committed. '

a couple of more big uglies and we're on our way. what do you think about the barrington kid?

Manny... Your style of writing between the lines is getting better by the day... Good stuff!

I really liked your in put of the commitment to Bryce... Wanting to block for him and open the holes, before He's even on the team, shows the spirit inside person and a 5 star in the making!

But as good a time as the family had, what made the visit special according to Malcolm was the half hour of one-on-one time he spent with Shannon. "He was sincere in everything he said," Bunche said.

Henry said Shannon had already gotten to her when she came in for the unofficial visit with Malcolm last sumemr and said she was blown away when Shannon stepped up to his dry erase board and began diagraming his offensive line and exactly where he thought Bunche could fit in (right tackle) and showed him how he could come in and immediately help. As for Ms. Henry? She's ecstatic her son is going to be a Cane. So much so, she's already joined the First Coast Canes Club in Jacksonville. "All I know is I'm getting a new Saturn," Henry said. "and it's going to look so hot in Orange."

****ALL YOU SHANNON HATERS KEEP EATING DIRT BABY. TO MARVE SR AND MARVE JR's HIGH SCHOOL COACH...GET A LIFE!!!

Here's LB Barrigton talking about Shannon. More for you Shannon haters:

Prior to leaving Miami, Barrington had a chance to sit down and meet with head coach Randy Shannon.

"I really like how Coach Shannon is real straight up with me," he said. "He's not about to sugar coat anything. He calls it like he sees it and is real honest. Being around him made me feel real comfortable and that's good considering he's the head coach."

Who has got more insight than the Insight Bowl? The one and only Manny Navarro!! Great job as always Manny. Malcom Bunche, welcome to the University of Miami. With hard work (which you seem to have already established) the sky is the limit in both the classroom and on the field.

WHIPPPLE WHIPPPLE WHIPPPLE !!!

(crickets)

Is this guy going to line up at center? The O-line is dreadful. As long as UM continues NOT developing players, the product on the field will be
c r a p. Oklahoma will smoke U and you'll realize how far you are from being relevant.

"The U is creeping."

Posted by: jaime

Well said jaime. Creeping along like the soft middle of the pack team that you've been for years.

When U run out of Whipple Kool-aid, take a look at your O-line. It's dreadfully bad.

Beanpole Harris should keep stats on how many yards he runs sideways to escape the rush. He'll NEVER make it through this season without going down. Kind of like the way that UNC linebacker CRUSHED him.

WHIPPLE WILL SAVE U

As for you Randy Shannon haters, your hate is based on fear. You see that the man has the knack: Great coaches and student atheletes want to be a part of what he is building. This is the year that the 2nd floor on the house that Randy Shannon is building goes up. You are mad now that we picked up a very good OC and are keeping, along with getting more good recruits. Wait till Feb. 4th, your blood will be boiling!! Go Canes!!

"THE CANES FANS KNOW THE HATE STEMS FROM FEAR..."

Posted by: Dade county

That's just good comedy. NOBODY fears U.....NO ONE

You have been an ACC doormat for years now. Your sorry O-line will probably be even sorrier in 09. That's just scary (feary). Maybe Whips can play on the O-line. He'd be better than the scrubs U have.

NO DEPTH. U will get smoked AGAIN by the sorry ACC in 09.

Georgia Tech was your conference winner????? HUH???? LSU SMOKED them. How did the vaunted triple option attack look against LSU? The same attack that hung FOUR HUNDRED AND SEVENTY TWO YARDS on U.

But that will all be fixed in 09 right????? RIGHT????? Keep drinking the Kool-aid fools. Your O-line will AGAIN be atrocious in 09.

Welcome Mr Bunche. This is another kid with tremendous upside. Just like how the canes used to recruit. JImmys classes were not even ranked in the top 20's for most of his classes, yet he found the gems that have not peaked yet. Many of these services, go by how they performed against their comp. If they dominated, they are a 5 star or 4 star etc. The way the canes always recruited was if they played good in high school, and if they have a great work ethic and can they be molded and get better-- THe last 2 picks in green and bunche are perfect under the radar kids. Sames goes for whomever mentioned that Ed Reed was a 2 star, and many others from that 01 and 02 teams were 2 and 3 star kids. Its about upside. Some high school studs, 5 stars Kyle Wright, Ryan Moore,Lance Leggett, Reggie Youngblood, 4 star kirby freeman(I think that tells you about the services when a 4 star is freeman)peak and played against weak competition, and others have growth in college and get better. SO, good luck Mr Bunche and this class is looking pretty good. If someone goes on google, its not on rivals/scout etc. go see what Butch Davis's classes were ranked back in the late 90's, 97-2000. You will be surprised. 24 Nfl 1st rounders, yet we werent even ranked in the top 10 on average. Its all about spotting talent and knowing how to project. Why do U think Meyer in between his good seasons lost 3 and 4 games? with all that"""paper talent from the services"" --UF just seems to care about where they are ranked more than need--- They brought in 3 or 4 qbs when tebow was only a freshman, why waste spots like that?? when would these kids play?/everone knew from tebow playing that he was going to be the qb. Its about depth etc and building a roster. Randy learns this 1st hand from jimmy.

no wonder bryce brown has rushed for a ga-jillion yards. THE KID KNOWS HOW TO SET UP HIS BLOCKS!!!

“I’m really watching to see what schools lineman, Marcus Hall, Bobbie Massie, and Daniel Campbell will be attending on signing day. Some people say what type of impact I could have on where some other players will go, but I want them to know that they have an impact on my decision.”

your hate is based on fear -Cane4life


You should get an HBO special with that comedy. FEAR???? I swear to you im sitting here laughing. NO ONE fears U. Maybe Antone Smith feared U.....on second thought...nevermind. He smoked U for FOUR touchdowns. Im sure he was trembling. The YOUNGER Georgia Tech backfield is having a meeting right now to deal with their fears.

That's right , GT is YOUNGER than U. What are U gonna do?

Duke might fear you.......NAH.


Sorry, NO ONE "fears" U. But it does make a nice comic book.

That's just good comedy. NOBODY fears U.....NO ONE

You have been an ACC doormat for years now. Your sorry O-line will probably be even sorrier in 09. That's just scary (feary). Maybe Whips can play on the O-line. He'd be better than the scrubs U have.

NO DEPTH. U will get smoked AGAIN by the sorry ACC in 09.

Georgia Tech was your conference winner????? HUH???? LSU SMOKED them. How did the vaunted triple option attack look against LSU? The same attack that hung FOUR HUNDRED AND SEVENTY TWO YARDS on U.

But that will all be fixed in 09 right????? RIGHT????? Keep drinking the Kool-aid fools. Your O-line will AGAIN be atrocious in 09.

Posted by: who's blocking? | January 27, 2009 at 08:44 AM

UMM. Va Tech, who we beat. won the Orange Bowl arse. 2nd, that GT Attack rolled over mighty UGA the week after, Lsu had 1 month to prepare for the option, which usually sinks an option team with speed. The old Canes teams smoked OU and Nebraska every year in the bowl because they had 1 month to prepare, Same as LSU With speed.
This also is a cane article, if U dont like Miami, why are you on here. Most fans from other schools know the dynasty thats being built, I mean randy just went up 1 hour from gainesville and stole the top player in armstrong, and the 2nd of the trio in Dye----thats like Urban coming down here somewhere and stealing 2 of the top kids, WONT HAPPEN. We should see a big improvement in 2009, hopefully with a chance to win the Acc title and go to the bcs orange bowl, and in 2010, when all these kids have experience, you are looking at the start of a dynasty.

Bunche sounds like a great kid. I can't wait to see him suit up.

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE U...!!!

All Whipped Into A Frenzy ... Over... NADA, your an ASS-Hole.....that is a tragic accident you posted (at 6:37).....its all fun and games out here talking ish about the program, and we'll go back and forth.....but posting that accident of 3 little kids who died...wtf are you thinking.....GTF outta here!!!!!

Anyone know what time the news conference will be to announce Whipple as the OC?

great blog Manny.

Great article Manny

barrow and stoutland are doing a tremendous job, congrats to them and lets keep reeling them in before signing day.I have a feeling bryce is just trying to get these other recruits to come to miami so hes making everyone commit first before he signs on the dotted line, just a thought

Great article Manny

Great article Manny

Great article Manny

who's blocking? sure loves 2 s*ck All Whipped Into A Frenzy's balls, it's like match made from heaven! hahaha

your hate is based on fear -Cane4life


You should get an HBO special with that comedy. FEAR???? I swear to you im sitting here laughing. NO ONE fears U. Maybe Antone Smith feared U.....on second thought...nevermind. He smoked U for FOUR touchdowns. Im sure he was trembling. The YOUNGER Georgia Tech backfield is having a meeting right now to deal with their fears.

That's right , GT is YOUNGER than U. What are U gonna do?

Duke might fear you.......NAH.


Sorry, NO ONE "fears" U. But it does make a nice comic book.

Posted by: OH MY GOD..ITS THE U...RUN FOR YOUR LIVES | January 27, 2009 at 08:49 AM


The fear that they are talking about is the fear that you (and most other Gator fans have) of Miami getting back to being Miami again. I know alot of Gator fans and they are scared of the way Shannon recruits. They all know that when Miami is on top, it's over for everyone else.

Of course no one fears Miami now. Who would? The Miami teams of 2000, 2001, and 2002. THAT is what you fear. The thought that there is even a slight chance that Miami can get back to that is what you fear. Yeah, Florida is on top at the moment but it says alot how all of you are still looking over your shoulders at a team that is supposed to be irrelevant. It says alot about how you constantly check in on a Miami blog. You are a coward and your words are more of a case of you trying to convince yourself of something rather than anything else.

Your inferiority complex is sad and pathetic. It is understandable, though, because it must suck to have had all this recent success and still not be thought of as the best in the state. When it comes to success, titles, and NFL players in not only quantity but quality, it is and always will be Miami.

what's sadder is that they're the same person, wow, dude got talent for s*cking his own balls!!!!! haha

Please ignore this clown that's posting his anti-Cane hate and sarcasm. He KNOWS that this is his last chance to watch the Canes struggle. I've had OBJECTIVE discussions with UF, GA, FSU, TX, GT, VT, UNC, BC alums/fans that all agree that UM will be SCARY good VERY soon. Jimmy Johnson said it best, "anyone that doesn't think this group will be an outstanding football team doesn't know anything about football". Now let's all ignore the troll and don't even read his worthless posts - even though they are hilarious...

http://www.miamiherald.com/460/story/873733.html


Welcome to everyday meeeami Coach Whip ...


Don't pull the kids outta school quite yet .

Posted by: All Whipped Into A Frenzy ... Over... NADA | January 27, 2009 at 06:37 AM


Are you f*cking kidding me? This is totally uncalled for. You're so lucky you are a f*Cking p*ssy, hiding behind a computer at your dead-end job because if I ever would meet you, I would beat you to death and then rip your heart out and eat it right in front of you, you piece of cowardly, worthless sh*t.

You say to me 6'5" 315 lbs and I think fat high school kid...You say those dimensions and 16% body fat and I think BEAST! You wonder what makes Shanan, Barrow, and Stoutland great? This kid is a 3-star guy and might get overlooked, but 6/5", 315 lbs and 16% body fat means that all he needs is coaching, not conditioning and diets. How many 5-star lineman come in at those dimensions and can't move quickly? We here they need to watch their weight but so few of them do. This kid has everything you want right now, and I can't wait to see him on the field.

This blog is where all the tough guys come. It's like the ghetto of blogs. NOthing but tough talking thugs in this dump.

NO ONE FEARS U

U are a BADLY eroded program that has settled into it's place of mediocrity. The good ole days are just that, OLE DAYS

Your team is still a roaring dumpster fire. Randy will be looking for work in a year as your depth is a joke.

U HAVEN"T SEEN THE BOTTOM YET

yeah i hope he would come to miami, so we can really show this idiot what meeeami really is!!!! dude, when u get shot on the streets, don't you worry, coz' we'll welcome coach whipple to everyday life with you in the headlines!!!!

Hey little Kehoe!
How is life with no girlfriend AND a small pp???

TIME TO BUY A CORVETTE

Go 'canes!

Great work Manny!!!

And for those that are still worried:

DL – we’re good… just take a look at what we did to VaTech. Plus, we got a few more studs coming in in Dyron Dye and Oliver Vernon (and maybe a few more 3-stars to add depth/let the studs rest) AND they’re gonna be backed up by Arthur Brown, Spence, Buchanan and maybe Barrington… And an improved secondary. So we should be solid.

OL – we got a few almost-studs but need a couple more to be good… However, I read somewhere that the whiplash offense doesn’t need amazing OLs… so we may be good regardless w/ commits Brandon Washington, Jared Wheeler, Bunche, and Jermaine Johnson; veterans Jason Fox, Joel Figueroa, and Orlando Franklin; and (hopefully) Marcus Hall, Bobby Massie, Andrew Tiller, and/or Pete White.

TE – we’re good for now but would be nice to land 1-2 commits this year… we just got a visit from Sheldon Richardson, a 5-star, and we also got a couple of 3-stars… I’m not worried cuz in the worst case scenario we bring someone in next year… I hear there are at least two south florida stud TEs that the Canes have already contacted… so we’ll be good.

Safety – we’re good w/ Ray Ray and Prince Kent coming in this year + Vaugh Telemaque and CJ Holton – 4 star recruits – from last year’s class.

AND OC/DC: Whipple and Shannon. You can't go wrong there!

Ohhh... and in terms of maintaining recruiting momentum: Randy -- everyone agrees -- is a Canes lifer. As long as he's around we'll have a steady pool of talent flowing in, especially from South Florida and in some cases even North Florida. FSU is a program on the verge of becoming a non-factor (read here: http://www.collegefootballtalk.com/2009/01/26/noles-still-searching-for-answers/), so the battle ahead will be between UF and UM. Recruiting-wise, we have too many natural advantages to ever fall behind again (as long as we keep Randy around) and the better we do in recruiting, the worst they'll do. It's no coincidence that their three NCs in '96, '06 and '08 were preceded by horrible Canes recruiting classes in '94 and the entire Coker era.

SO A STORM IS BREWING!!! THE U IS CREEPIN!!! UM IS STEADILY RETURNING TO ITS ERA OF DOMINANCE!!!

LET'S GO CANES!!!!!!

The Gaytors are going to raise Meyer's salary to 5 million!

The Devil Ray's were in the World Series, and the Yankees did not make the playoffs!

WE DO SO MUCH MORE WITH SO MUCH LESS

Go 'canes!

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