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New Miami Hurricanes Depth Chart for Bethune-Cookman game just released -- and there are changes

 

Coach Al Golden just released his newest depth chart for the Bethune-Cookman game.

If you didn't know by now, starting receiver Allen Hurns (concussion) and starting safety Vaughn Telemaque (knee) are out for the game.

Fifth-year senior Ramon Buchanan is done for the season, and possibly his career, with another bad knee injury on the right knee. Buchanan will undergo surgery this week, Golden said Sunday night. It is not known if he will apply for a sixth year of eligibility. Best wishes to Buchanan, who hopefully will persevere and overcome.

So, the listed first-team receivers are freshman Malcolm Lewis, and sophomores Phillip Dorsett and Rashawn Scott.

The new first-team safeties are freshman Deon Bush and redshirt junior A.J. HIghsmith. If Highsmith retains his status through game week, it will be his first start at safety. Highsmith has definitely paid his dues for this team, with an amazing attitude, and I'm happy for him.

 I hope young Deon and veteran A.J. both excel in their new roles. Also hope Telemaque comes back soon, along with Allen Hurns. You could tell Hurns, obviously talented, was a go-to receiver -- and he already had a head injury through most of fall camp.

Replacing Buchanan at weakside linebacker is NOT Jimmy Gaines, Golden said, although Gaines was listed there at first team on the distributed depth chart. Golden told us after practice this morning that the first-team weakside linebacker is Tyrone Cornileus.

However, UM is waiting to officially change it, since what sports information officials were handed had Gaines on it.

Of note: Defensive tackle Luther Robinson, who was reinstated to the team Sunday after being suspended for "conduct detrimental,'' is not on the depth chart.

Also, freshman Earl Moore is now the backup to defensive tackle Darius Smith, with Jalen Grimble dropping to third-team. And redshirt freshman Corey King is backing up Olsen Pierre at the other side of D-tackle.

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

FOLLOWING IS FULL DEPTH CHART, courtesy of UM (NOTE THAT GAINES IS STILL LISTED AS FIRST-TEAM OLB, AND IT WILL BE CHANGED WHEN UM CHANGES IT ON PAPER)

 

OFFENSE

WR

80

Rashawn
Scott

6-2

190

So.

 

86

Herb
Waters

6-2

185

Fr.

LT

79

Malcolm Bunche

6-7

325

RSo.

 

55

Ben
Jones

6-5

310

Sr.

LG

70

Jon
Feliciano

6-5

314

RSo.

 

68

Jeremy
Lewis

6-4

316

RSr.

C

62

Shane McDermott

6-4

295

RSo.

 

75

Jared
Wheeler

6-5

314

RJr.

RG

65

Brandon
Linder

6-6

308

Jr.

 

78

Jermaine Johnson
-OR-

6-6

316

RJr.

 

63

Danny
Isidora

6-4

320

Fr.

RT

74

Ereck
Flowers

6-6

314

Fr.

 

77

Seantrel
Henderson

6-8

340

Jr.

TE

49

Dyron
Dye

6-5

255

RJr.

 

46

Clive
Walford

6-4

250

RSo.

 

82

Asante
Cleveland

6-5

263

Jr.

FB

33

Maurice
Hagens

5-11

240

Jr.

 

43

Sean
Harvey

6-4

262

RSo.

QB

17

Stephen
Morris

6-2

214

Jr.

 

11

Ryan
Williams

6-5

221

RSo.

RB

5

Mike
James

5-11

220

Sr.

 

8

Duke
Johnson

5-9

188

Fr.

 

23

Eduardo
Clements

5-9

195

Jr.

WR

9

Malcolm
Lewis

6-0

192

Fr.

 

83

Kendal
Thompkins

5-10

182

RSr.

WR

4

Phillip
Dorsett

5-10

185

So.

 

24

Davon
Johnson

6-8

188

Sr.

 

DEFENSE

DE

71

Anthony
Chickillo

6-4

262

So.

 

99

Jelani
Hamilton

6-5

271

Fr.

DT

98

Darius
Smith

6-2

315

Sr.

 

72

Earl
Moore

6-1

300

Fr.

 

92

Jalen
Grimble

6-2

295

So.

DT

91

Olsen
Pierre

6-4

300

So.

 

67

Corey
King

6-1

295

RFr.

DE

51

Shayon
Green

6-3

260

RJr.

 

94

Kelvin
Cain

-OR-

6-3

245

So.

 

17

Tyriq
McCord

6-3

236

Fr.

OLB

44

Eddie
Johnson

6-1

238

RFr.

 

34

Thurston Armbrister

6-3

222

So.

 

58

Gabriel
Terry

6-3

215

Fr.

MLB

52

Denzel
Perryman

6-0

229

So.

 

36

Gionni
Paul

6-1

230

So.

OLB

59

Jimmy
Gaines

6-3

230

Jr.

 

31

Tyrone
Cornileus

6-2

210

Jr.

CB

20

Thomas
Finnie

5-10

183

So.

 

3

Tracy
Howard

5-11

185

Fr.

S

2

Deon
Bush

6-1

190

Fr.

 

22

Kacy
Rodgers II

6-2

210

Jr.

S

30

A.J.
Highsmith

6-0

202

RJr.

 

29

Rayshawn
Jenkins

6-1

203

Fr.

CB

21

Brandon
McGee

6-0

194

Sr.

 

39

Antonio
Crawford

5-11

188

Fr.

 

SPECIALISTS

P

13

Dalton
Botts

6-3

205

Sr.

 

40

Jake
Wieclaw

6-2

193

RSr.

FG

40

Jake
Wieclaw

6-2

193

RSr.

 

18

Matt
Goudis

6-0

170

RFr.

KO

40

Jake
Wieclaw

6-2

193

RSr.

 

18

Matt
Goudis

6-0

170

RFr.

H

13

Dalton
Botts

6-3

205

Sr.

 

11

Ryan
Williams

6-5

221

RSo.

LS

60

Sean
McNally

5-10

214

RJr.

 

61

Paul
Kelly

6-1

262

RSr.

SS

60

Sean
McNally

5-10

214

RJr.

 

61

Paul
Kelly

6-1

262

RSr.

PR

4

Phillip
Dorsett

5-10

185

So.

 

9

Malcolm
Lewis

6-0

192

Fr.

KR

4

Phillip
Dorsett

5-10

185

So.

 

8

Duke
Johnson

5-9

188

Fr.

 

 

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soooooo many "fr." and "So.", kinda scary....

Man, when Hurns injury happened it looked like landing on the ball knocked the wind out of him or maybe hurt his ribs, I didn't see the contact to his head at all.

Let's run the table and win our sixth!

GO CANES!!!!

...the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die.

All linemen should learn all positions and all plays on both the offense and defense. Ditto for WRs and halfbacks. Ditto for punters and field goal kickers.

The problem Miami has is NOT with the players. IT is with the DC and the OC who do not know football. On defense, keeping the linebackers 5 yards off of the line is giving up five yards on a run play and making it impossible to get to the QB on a blitz.

Throwing flat passes instead of timing routes downfield on 10 yard pass patters is wasting downs.

Not being in shape and linemen not moving their feet is the fault of the coaching staff. Need ten times the amount of conditioning sprints and agility drills as at present.

We need big tight ends who can hang on to a football.
We need a big back in the back field to get three yards, block and keep the other defense guessing whether the play is going to be a run or a pass, even if it is a refrigerator Perry type of fullback.

Let's look at how the Maine and Missouri State defenses fared against Boston College and Kasnas State, respectively, compared to Miami's defense:

Vs. Boston College:
Miami = 541
Maine = 385

Vs. Kansas State
Miami = 498
Missouri State = 493

You can't tell me that Maine and Missouri State have better athletes on defense than Miami. I realize Miami is young but the defensive coordinator should take most of the blame for these embarrassing displays. They are pretty much playing prevent defense the entire game. It is pathetic. Throw in some blitzes and mix things up every now and then. Even if you give up a big play, at least you will keep the opposing offense guessing. Plus, is it really good to have your defense on the field that long? Maybe it would be better to give up one big play rather than getting pounded for 6 or 7 minutes giving up the touchdown anyway. How many safety blitzes did they call on Saturday? The strength of the defense is speed - use it! D'Onofrio needs to go.

We have to have more TE involvement. It keeps defenses confused. Look at history (early-mid 2000s). STOP THE BUBBLE SCREENS!!! I stoped counting for the past 2 games. Geez. Glad Telemaque is out and Rogers is 2nd on the list. Shannon guys with no clue. Shayon Green is WAAAY too slow. Dwayne Hoilett!! That dude is Jason Taylor, Jr. For 2013, Golden should focus recruiting the nastiest D-Lineman around. I mean nasty. That's how you get the D Backs involved. It ALL starts upfront. Let's at least win our division of the ACC.

CANE4LIFE

IT's going to be a rough year for my baby canes. I still believe we can win 7 games. Prove me right fellas. Go Canes.

Sunnydee and Canefan72 right on POINT...

Does anybody know why Robert Lockhart is not playing

the biggest change should have been the def cood.if this def doesnt get better for GT, then golden doesnt care. he should be hands on himself, making sure, if he himself can coach a def.

@ Pat, Rumor has it that lockhart did not know the playboook.

just go to the frat houses and recruit new talent

I totally agree with Sunny Dee and cane72- Excellent summary. Totally on point. Of course Golden wont throw Donofrio under the bus, but I am sure closed door discussions are not benign. No where in the NCAA in all of the games Ive watched, have I seen a softer defensive scheme than Miami's. It is baffling, disturbing, maddening, an nauseating all rolled up into one. One cool defensive scheme that I saw was vanderbilt's- They blitz on basically every down sort of like the Ga Tech of a few yrs ago. The exception is I know for a fact UM has better athletes to the man than Vanderbilt. Why nottry something like that and throw a wrench into all of the rest of the college programs (our future rivals') expectations of our defensive game plan? As of now everyone is probably laughing and licking their chops with how vanillas and easy or schemes are!

Reality is part of the process...

Coach G has to work with what he has.

Calling out the DC for adjustments, and tweaks to the D makes it look so easy but he can only work with the athletes that he has..schemes have to be learnt and it does not happen in 2 days. Adjustments will be made.

I would suggets that we rocognize that patience is a part of the process for growth..

Give the team a chance to LOOSE and grow by finding themselves as 14-16 freshmen represent the 'U' for their second game, let's step backand realize two raod trips to start the season with teams that were't patsies. If that was the case and we were 2-0 then we would be now ready for the BCS.

We seem to have forgotten that WINS have to be earned the hard way and most of these opponents have 3-4 YEARS of playing College football..How many MONTHS have these Miami players had?.

Let's get a grip and realize that for every win it will be great, but for every loss all the pseudo Coaches will arise in indignation and Coach the 'U' out of their malaise.

Criticism of how to make changes, positions, schemes, alternative plays, planning, depth etc. are all constructive.

All others of "fire this and fire that" are destructive, and does not contribute to the growth of the team, players, Coaches, and fans. Constructive criticism is welcome and needed..
Let's get a grip.
Go 'Canes Always

Just blitz more using LBs and DBs, bring them closer to the line. and please OC, stop doing that quick hits to the outside, against, the bigger, faster, and better defensive teams, this is just not going to consistently work! Please send the WRs on deep routes!!

Canefan72,

Quit Trolling Mole. Now the OC and the DC don't know football? Fisch designed playbooks for the top offensive minds in the NFL. I won't even mention Coach D because this has already beaten like a dead horse and we all know you know jackshyt about Defense. Isn't that right physics man?

Go be a fan of another team if you aren't cut out to watch these players develop over the next few years. You shtick is old and worn.

Depth chart...

How about moving the DC to water boy duties...

This is a young football team. Therefore, it takes time to develop.

On the other hand, the defense should not be this bad (32 and 52 points), given our talent. This is a coaching problem, and it must be addressed if we are to have a shot at a decent year.

Failure to go downfield is a coaching problem. WR screens are stupid plays. I would rather see RB or TE middle screens (note the 56 yard gain by Walford). We have speed downfield. Have confidence in your QB's arm and use that speed.

Fisch said Morris has an "elite arm." Then what are you doing not utilizing that skill? Enough dink offense already!

This is Year 2 of rebuilding a program. We should see steady progress. In fairness, a lot of the kids were not here last year, so they are starting out. Many are very talented players.

This defense needs to play better ball. If not, the coordinator and his staff should be reevaluated for their ability to motivate and develop players, and for implementing schemes with a reasonable chance at controlling the opponent. They must show aggressive play calling within the game. The players are playing hard, but the talent is not there up front to pressure the QB. So what't the obvious next step?

We can all be diehard fans and still take on the salient issues. Appreciate all the great football analysis on this blog! Always learning something new.

I support the Canes full bore. I do not think Stephen Morris is a clutch QB. He does not make good decision in clutch situations. Mike James is being blamed for not blocking on a potential TD run but if Morris puts a move on the defender and cuts back, he could have walked in. All Canes listen up. If you do not want to be overmatched by your opponent, get yourself stronger so you can overmatch your opponent.

Corpus you may have something there..new game plan go to the boards and the opponents will not know what adjustments are there for the 'Canes.. when we throw a new look at them..
I like that..
Go 'Canes Always

DBC,

This is not year 2 of a rebuilding process. This team just lost all of it's Seniors from an 08' class that was huge and all of the Juniors who were worth a damn. The 2012 class 30+ deep. This is basically year 1 in the rebuilding process. I and anyone else with half a brain understood the team was going to take a step backward when having to rely on underclassmen as heavily as we are.

If anybody thought this young team was going to walk into Kansas State and beat them in their house then shame on you for your unrealistic goals of this team.

Also, notice the players getting injured? It's the same players that have been injured. Buchanon missed all last season with injury. Hurns was injured last year. Porter is made of glass. Rome wasn't built in a day and sometimes things will get worse before they get better. Quit thinking in absolutes as if your expectations are to bet met or else.

Calling for the coaches heads after every loss isn't going to turn this program around. Golden put the blaze of the dumpster fire out but it's still smoldering in the back alley.

We got to penetrate and Jalen Grimble where are you? This game was a disgrace! We should come out strong and lay the wood on Bethune - I feel bad for them!


GO CANES!!!!

Do you guys have any idea the job Golden has done in the past along with Coach D? The players he groomd at Virginia, BC, Penn Sate,etc

Zip it Mike Henry... I don't recall any of those schools winning NCs while Golden was there. He is in over his head, brick brick.


I agree with the comments above. That is why I say these coaches need to screw all they do for this program and simply just read this blog and we will be winning national championsips in no time. Great analysis, winning formulas and firing the coaches. Great stuff. I think when d coordinator is fired by the blog, the above posters should apply for the position and add your great analysis to the mix. You will be able to teach them stuff that they need to turn these frosh. that were playing high school football 8 months ago around. GO CANES

No seniors or juniors.
We are being punished by the Shannon tenure

we suck!

I'm tired of hearing coaches talking about blown assignments on D, and people being "out of position" week after week (last year was the same BS). At what point are the coaches held accountable? I understand Donofrio is Golden's buddy, but he really seems out of his league. Golden needs to get involved! Yes, we're young, but we have enough talent on D to do a better job. 1,000 yards in two games is ridiculous. A portion of that may be due to young guys playing (and lack of talent), but most of that falls on the coaches for not mixing up the scheme. We need to be more aggressive with these young guys. We're playing "conservative" on D because of so many young guys playing - yet we're still out of position. So why not get more aggressive with blitzes, formations, etc. If guys end up out of position, who cares? they're out of position anyway when we play "zone". Bottom line is we need to change our approach. The best our D has looked this year was in the 3rd quarter versus BC. Guys were blitzing from the secondary (helping out the DL) - getting some kind of pressure on the QB - and playing at a faster pace. That's what we need to do for the entire game. Not just one quarter! Something needs to change ASAP.

Are biggest thorn in our side right now is the DT position. How many years are we going on now with having to move a DE to DT.
2012 - Olsen Pierre a DE
2011 - Ojomo a DE
2010 - Bailey a DE

We haven't had a good DT since Wilfork

i can always tell whether a post is by susan aor manny without looking.

Don't tell to zip it monday morning quarterback.

Temple was kicked out of the big east and he was recruiting fcs and basketball players to fill spots and they made bowl games. This is his first recruiting class. Guys like Smith and Pierre were basically fill in spots. If this was next year, I would agree 100% with you but I say wait until next year. You are not winning ACC title or NC's with undersized 18 year old d-linemen. Our best players are fresh and soph. U dont change culture overnight

Solid comments folks, even by those that are disagreeing.

The defense got shredded to start both games, started in a 14-0 hole, we cannot expect the offense to recover from that each week.

After they started knocking out our players one by one and we didn't respond, I knew the game was over. No reaction to the loss of Hurns and Robinson, and their QB had lots of chances to get hit and we acted like it was still training camp and he was OUR QB. The defense needs to be more aggressive, and needs to have more fight in them.

It would be great to start the season with a few easy games at home like the other teams do, too. The ACC keeps sending us on the road to start the season, and we keep setting up the back end of home and home series to be before our tune-up game.

Game is over though, time to get back above .500 next week.

What we need to understand is that we are not seasoned enough to hang with some teams. But in the flip side we can win in the acc. Its called crawling befor you walk. I think this plan of playing massive freshman is good. They get experience and more top recruits see opportunity here to come in and play as freshman. Thats when you build dept. so if we win or lose the game people, the big picture is still winning because once top recruits start piling up in a program for early playing time, guess what, they get older. They get better, and then the formula starts taking shape when winning ball games come in to play. The only down side is we have to have patients. As i recall, butch davis wasnt that good of coach untill he had about four years to build the program. I think we need two more just to win ten games. The good side of this is we will be sanctioned for about two years giving us time to right the the ship. Dont look at games this year for wins and losses, look and see freshman and sophmore developement from now to the end of the season. You wouldnt want a mechanic to diagnose your car problem in five minutes only to bring your car back the following week for another problem. Patients is key, its like a man getting it in with the baddest women on the planet, then getting her pregnant, and then realising shes crazy. Too bad, your stuck with 18 years of child support and a crazy chick. All about the u, give it time.

Look, KSU specialized in getting junior college transfers, who come bigger, stronger, and smarter than your average 5 star recruit. On the other hand, WISCONSIN JUST FIRED THIER OFFENSIVE LINE COAch, THEREFORE, COACHING STILL PLAY A PIVOTAL ROLE!!!

It was men against boys when they played KSU. Maybe Malcolm Lewis and Duke can be quiet about the fact that the college game is no different than when they played in hs in Miami- DAde (see their interviewsd after the BC victory). Now they can stop being cocky and realize that they are playing some big boys. A KSU Junior or senior at 21-23yrs old tackling or blocking a 18-19 year old is a no brainer. Look at the videos and photos of the KSU players along the sidelines. they look like men.

But agree with our lack of D-tackles. Back in 2007 when UM layed Texas A&M at home, TAM had a QB (now in the NFL) Stephen McGee who played 100% like Colin Klein The aggies then were a read option team and occasionnaly would give it to that monster half-back-fullback Joverskie Lane (also in the NFL). But the U's plan, and D Line 100% shut them down. and they sacked McGee like 3-4 times. I havent seen an aggressive Um defense since that game or when we played VTech with marcus Vick. This scheme has to go. I dont mean the DC has to go but I hope he isnt so stubborn as to say to h-- with everyone. Bottom line, is if they start putting some pressure on QBs they willstart rushing passes and youll take some presure off the lbs, and I agree, I'd rather Miami lose by big plays than these 72 yard sustained drives that demoralize the entire team.

honestly, coaching is not rocket science, and very few things are,,,Blitz if your 3 or 4 man front cant pressure the passer, send WRs deep if the short quick routes not working!

We also didn't Lovett and we were also Young then, too. Man, y'all don't like any coaches...

al I agree Coaching is so easy..

It just gets a little hot in there when the fans tell you that you can never answer a question correctly, call the right plays, play the right people, adapt to the other team, control the tempo of the game, go for it or punt,shift players around because of injuries, manage the clock, deal with parents, never see your family during the season, deal with injury reports, answer the same questions from reporters ad infinitum, make sure all the team captains are advising their group, meetings with the other Coaches, drawing up plans for the upcoming game,keeping all the players in check to make sure nothing is tweeted or facedbook'd to hurt them or the team, and not forgetting to brush your teeth, and eat while you are at it, somwhere, sometine.

al I agree Coaching is not rocket science.

We seem to have so many pseudo Coaches with advice it is numbing..
Coach G is hanging in there with aplomb and style, and I am sure taking in all the good constructive advice and criticism.
One never stops learning..
Canes are 'Canes, are 'Canes win or loose.
Go 'Canes Always

I'm a Cane till thewheels fall off. Ok they already have, but I'm still here. If D'Nofrio is still DC then it doesn't matter. The only offensive coordinator that can't out scheme him is for Cane OC Nix! Say what you want, but if he were your childs teacher you'd be down at the school complaining. Dude in far over his head.

wisconsin just fired their off line coach after 2 games withteam, why cant we do something to help our defense. man up golden

If this was happening at Alabama, Texas, LSU or USC, themcoaches be gone. Fans would be saying all the same things we see here.

Bottom line is this team should be merciless against BCU. Paste 70 on them why not? Dont stop. Nobody criticized Ok State for putting 84 on fellow 1-AA team Savannah State. Gtech put 59 on presby. If KSu can put 52 on us, then UM has to put at least 60 on Bethune. period end of story. This game is going to show how much guts and anger this team has and it will also say a lot about coaching.

Mike S,

So you want to help the defense by firing Coach D two games into the season. I'm so glad retards like you have no control over the football program.

Miami fans answer is always fire the coaching staff. How come Fisch isn't taking any heat for the KSU game? Everyone knew the offense was going to have to carry the team and they never got it going. Fire Fisch too! Hell fire them all!

Miami fans are morons who wouldn't know a good coach if it b!tch slapped them in the face.

I AGREE WITH EVERYONE EXCEPT THE FACT THAT WE ARE YOUNG IS BS! YES WE HAVE TO WORK WITH WHAT WE HAVE BUT YOU ALSO MUST MAKE THE BEST USE OF WHAT YOU HAVE! THE FIRST TWO GAMES DEFENSIVELY IS NOT WORKING BECAUSE OF THIS 1982 BIG-TEN STYLE! THIS IS MIAMI! USE SPEED! BLITZ! BLITZ! AND PLAY BUMP AND RUN COVERAGE! MOVE CHICKALO AROUND,OVERLOAD A SIDE AND CONFUSE LINEMEN! DO THAT AND WE WILL IMPROVE OUR SACK TOTAL WITHIN THE NEXT 2 GAMES! THROW DEEP ON THE 1ST PLAY OF GAME(DO NOT DEFER KO) LET MIKE JAMES RUN 15 TIMES AND DUKE 10 TIMES CLEMENTS 7 TIMES! ON ALL 3RD AND LESS THAN 10 YARDS,TELL MORRIS TO RUN IF NO ONE IS OPEN ON 2ND READ! THIS CUTS DOWN ON SACKS AND KEEPS DRIVES GOING! THIS TEAM DESPITE BEING YOUNG CAN WIN 9-10 GAMES IF WE STOP THIS DEPT CHART BS AND START MAKING USE OF THIS TALENT! THE FASTEST CANE SHOULD RUN DEEP AT LEAST 3 TIMES A GAME! IT DOES NOT MATTER WHETHER YOU PLAY DEFENSE! IT'S ONLY 3 PLAYS! IF DEFENSE GIVES BETHUNE-COOKMAN 20 PTS D'O MUST GO! PERIOD! THIS WEEK SCORE SHOULD BE MIAMI 58 BCC 0! FORGET BEING YOUNG WE ARE HURRICANES! PLAY LIKE IT!


Why do Canes have the same excuses every year, we only have freshmen and sophomores to play, this was not this coaches' recruits, undersized, immature, made mistakes, missed tackles, no blocking, rebellious players, suspensions.

The coaches never seem to say they screwed up at all. Noooooooo. They always know football according to their supporters even when they lose by 50 points, even when their 3 down linemen defenses are getting run over by BC, even when their flat passes go NO where!!

If the Miami coaching staff would come out and admit they do not know what they are doing, throw out their own playbooks and get Schnellenbergers or JJs or Butch's, Miami would have a chance. The first step in correcting your problems is to admit you are making bad mistakes.

Thanks Susan, useful information in understanding we are in then"rebuilding phase". FOUR Seniors (including both kick specialists) starting out of a possible 24 (again including kickers)...what do folks expect. Our Canes are a young and talented "work in progress" that will suffer through this growing stage and hopefully improve significantly by seasons end. If we win 7 games that would be quite an achievement considering these numbers. True Canes fans will encourage vs discourage these young men and their coaches as they progress on this journey! Go Canes!!

Canefan72,

You're such a focking moron. People like you used to rip Butch Davis and make claims that he wasn't a good gameday coach. Now Golden should throw out the playbooks and install Butch, JJ, or Schnells playbook?

You couldn't buy a clue. Again, so glad morons like you have nothing to do with this football program. Would love to hear more about your 3 D-linemen physics rant.

As for excuses???? Having 55 sophomores and freshmen on the roster isn't an excuse it's fact. Really, go look it up stooge.

SunnyDee: My sentiments exactly. It's called schemes and disguises. U got the athletes to beat teams. The DC might be in above his head.

But if Um gets somebody else, think about it: That person is going to want a ton of dough, and right now that's the only thing that's gonna take UM totally back to the top.

Temple? What conference were they in when "Goldy was there? And who'd they play against that went anywhere? Maybe one team and that's it.

UM has settled for mediocrity and deserves everything it's got coming. It's not the U I graduated from. Foote and JJ never got along, but UM was at least winning and Foote acquised. Even Jacobson clashed with Foote.

This downfall started with Coker. A "get by" attitude crept in and is still here.

I ask U:

What would Les Miles do?

What would JJ do?

What would Butch do?

What is DS going to do?

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