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Post-spring depth chart released, Canes add punter from Cincinnati

Coach Al Golden released his team's post-spring depth chart Tuesday with one notable addition -- a new punter.

Pat O'Donnell, a graduate from the University of Cincinnati, is listed as the Canes' No. 1 punter and is also listed on the depth chart for field goals, kickoffs and placeholder. O'Donnell has signed a financial aid agreement with the University of Miami and is expected to enroll in either the summer or fall semesters according to UM. O'Donnell averaged 41.8 yards per punt on 59 attempts with the Bearcats in 2012, while dropping 23 kicks inside the 20-yard line and booting 10 kicks of 50+ yards.

UM returns 10 starters on offense and nine on defense from its 2012 squad that finished 7-5 overall and tied for first in the ACC Coastal Division with a 5-3 league mark. Several players were held out of spring practice due to injury, including LB Thurston Armbrister, RB Eduardo Clements, WR Robert Lockhart Jr., C Shane McDermott and DL David Perry. WR Malcolm Lewis, who was held out for the majority of spring practice, made his debut during the Spring Game with a scripted 75-yard TD catch - his first action since a season-ending ankle injury last September at Georgia Tech.

Freshman Alex Figueroa is listed as the Canes' No. 1 outside linebacker, the only freshman listed as a starter following spring practice.


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the media stuff is just as entertaining.....shalala taking investors money at a bowling ally.....al golden hugging duke johnson.....golden running out to field cradling a player engaging in a "bro-mance"......u tube of the staged touchdown.....

f...cking barbecues and cane walks with the band playing.....this is Hollywood studios at disneyworld

Hurricanes will rebound/bounce back from adversity because that s what they do.They are resilient,tough son of a guns despite the NCAA.Miami still will turn the corner once the NCAA is gone.Whether they receive more sanctions or if they don t....they will recover.They are in it to win it.They are in it for the long haul.Each year we are improving.The NCAA can t do enough to stop Miami.Period.Miami is like a boulder going downhill....becoming larger and larger on a crash course with the NCAA bowling pins.

Mark Emmert head of the NCAA was placed in this position primarily by a coalition of persons with interests and ties to the SEC. Well aware of his wrong doings at other institutions, but primarily at LSU. As stated by those responsible for investigating and gathering evidense against Miami, Emmert urged they do so at "all" costs. It is the mission of Emmert's handlers to destroy the U football program with SEC schools being the benefactors of the talent rich State of Miami. Aware of this, a few scholls have already hired coaches with intimate knowledge and relationships throughtout South florida. The Good Ol' Boy Network will only be stopped by Federal intervention. No bad press or misuse of authority or its own violations will keep them from dropping the bomb on the U. I've spent my entire life, withnessing, experiencing and fighting this Network and only after Federal actions have they been nuturalized, because you never defeat them. The Good Ol' Network has its sights on that Latin, liberal school and they will put an end to any possibility they ever be a threat to them again.

I'll take it..we need a solid punter..

David Thompson holding. Yes!

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