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Canes latest commitment -- QB Malik Rosier -- is another quarterback who can swing the bat

Another day, another commitment.

On a day UM confirmed former quarterback David Thompson was giving up football to concentrate on baseball, the Hurricanes netted their 17th commitment in the Class of 2014 from another quarterback who can swing the bat, too.

Alabama Faith Academy's Malik Rosier, also a catcher who hit .400 on his high school baseball team, committed to Miami late Tuesday night, a decision the 6-2, 205-pound told the Press-Register he reached after sat down and talked it out with his mom.

Rated a three-star recruit according to 247Sports.com, Rosier had other offers that included Southern Mississippi, Northern Illinois, Western Kentucky, Arkansas State, Louisiana-Lafayette and Furman. He camped at Miami back on June 2nd according to published reports and will visit Coral Gables again this coming weekend.

Despite his football team finishing 3-7 in 2012, he completed 169 of 305 pass attempts for 2,238 yards and 20 touchdowns and also ran for 1,002 yards and 12 touchdowns on 153 carries.

Rosier was a running back on the junior varsity team as an eighth-grader according to the Press-Register. As a freshman, he started at free safety for the varsity before moving to quarterback in a Wing-T system as a sophomore.

His coach Rusty Mason told the Press-Register in March he's been pleasantly surprised with Rosier's quick adjustment from a Wing-T to the Tony Franklin-style offense the Rams ran last season.

"He played way above any expectations I could have had for him," Mason said. "He just continued to get better. From Week 1 to Week 10, it was like night and day. We knew what he was physically - he looks great. But you never know mentally how a kid is going to react.

"When you roll him out, he's as good as I've ever had and maybe as good as I've ever seen in terms getting his shoulders square and hitting a receiver on the run. We'll put more on him this year, more checks. A lot of our stuff is run-pass switches, and he'll have a chance to do more of that."

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Miami recruiting class ranked No. 4 nationally

CORAL GABLES — The recent binge of commitments did quite a bit for Miami's standing in the national recruiting rankings.

The Hurricanes jumped nine spots to No. 4 in 247Sports' composite of the major recruiting services. UM trails only 2-time defending champion Alabama, Texas and Texas A&M.

Among the top 10, Miami's 18 commitments trails only Texas' 19. Those numbers jumped significantly since Saturday. Seven prospects gave commitments to coach Al Golden and his staff since then as UM shot up the rankings.

The top 10 on 247Sports composite with points:
1.Alabama 237.96
2.Texas A&M 235.70
3.Texas 221.6
4.Miami 216.45
5.Tennessee 214.36
6.Michigan 214.35
7.Florida State 214.14
8.Kentucky 210.61
9.Ohio State 207.35
10.Notre Dame 205.86
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Florida 15th

17 commits...

4 []_[]nranked...

2 2-Stars

4 barely low 3-Stars NOT Offered by any Top-25 Programs

More than half []_[]r Class are total projects.

[]_[]r Average Star Rating per Player dropping from 3.20 down to 2.78

2.78 by FAR the lowest average per player in the ENTIRE Top-30.

It WILL drop further.

Q[]_[]antity over Q[]_[]aulity ... The Cane Thang Way.

Seven prospects gave commitments to coach Al Golden and his staff since then as UM shot up the rankings.


Posted by: JUST THE FACTS | June 26, 2013 at 04:31 PM

Those 7 commits average 1.70 Stars... Enjoy.

Come Feb. []_[] won't even be Top-25 when the REAL commits start committing to Top-Programs.

The article below (or is it someone's comments?) is pure dynamite and daylights what the Gators have been up too. If the NCAA is looking into how the Gators have been treating the countless criminal acts by their student athletes it will have a very bad ending based on what I've read and been told ver the years.

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GATORS HERNANDEZ CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER!!!

For years people have been pointing out that University of Florida athletics has become a factory for churning out felons.

Over the past 10 years the school has time and again gamed the system using the attorney Huntley Johnson to do so.

Today, the NFL released information that Hernandez while attending and playing for the University of Florida failed approximately 6 drug tests, but was never suspended. This coupled with Hernandez being arrested for attacking an employee at a local business, was a suspect in a shooting where the victim was left in critical condition and another shooting where he shot an individual who lost his eye.

Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley has time and again ignored many crimes by Florida football players claiming the school takes these matters very seriously, yet no steps to stop the onslaught of crimes committed by the players have been instituted to address this very serious and ever growing problem.

The NCAA is being asked to do a thorough review of all Florida's athletic programs that could be catastrophic to the school going forward if what many believe to be true that the university has been hiding or even abetting their student athletes to keep them eligible.

247Sports-Bleacher-Rivals Rank Classes solely by Numbers so []_[]'ll subscribe and read their nonsense.

Scout.com-ESPN.com Rank solely on Quality and are the most reputable by far.

Don't trust the recruiting sites but do trust other d-1 coaches that are worlds better than golden and staff on evaluating talent. Nobody has offered the recent commits for a reason. Miami can't win with talented kids how they gonna do it with scrubs.

BuckeyeCane be on to something with the INFLATED rankings of some prep talent and what not. Huh

Oh, this recent QB recruit out of Roll Tide Roll enclave, WASN'T recruited by ANY major B.C.S. conference program. Eh. What say.

Can Cane brute say REDSHIRT PROJECT. What fool.

Bon jour et Bonsoir

Miami can't win with talented kids how they gonna do it with scrubs.

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MOST of these latest Hurricane recruits, BUT NOT ALL, will be 3rd string players. Nothing more and nothing less.

Heck, where's the FIVE-STAR " DIFFERENCE MAKERS " and what not.

Oh that's right. Goldie and Marky Mark rely on a SYSTEM, which HEAVILY EMPHASIZES going after raw 3-Star H.S. talent and what not. SEE Temple University, for instance.

The NCAA is being asked to do a thorough review of all Florida's athletic programs that could be catastrophic to the school going forward if what many believe to be true that the university has been hiding or even abetting their student athletes to keep them eligible.

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Bloody well gUarantee that the n.CORRUPT a.a. won't go after Florida!!!

Simply because the Gators are a SERIOUS member of the Good Ol' Boy system, and the N.C.A.A. is the PAR EXCELLANCE Good Ol' Boy institution. Akin to the institution of slavery.

So y'all Cane brUtes can holler till the SKY FALLS and wwhat not

This news should help the Canes recruiting...

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GATORS HERNANDEZ CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER!!!

For years people have been pointing out that University of Florida athletics has become a factory for churning out felons.

Over the past 10 years the school has time and again gamed the system using the attorney Huntley Johnson to do so.

Today, the NFL released information that Hernandez while attending and playing for the University of Florida failed approximately 6 drug tests, but was never suspended. This coupled with Hernandez being arrested for attacking an employee at a local business, was a suspect in a shooting where the victim was left in critical condition and another shooting where he shot an individual who lost his eye.

Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley has time and again ignored many crimes by Florida football players claiming the school takes these matters very seriously, yet no steps to stop the onslaught of crimes committed by the players have been instituted to address this very serious and ever growing problem.

The NCAA is being asked to do a thorough review of all Florida's athletic programs that could be catastrophic to the school going forward if what many believe to be true that the university has been hiding or even abetting their student athletes to keep them eligible.

RS had his faults, but discipline wasn't one of them. A lot of players, like Johnson and Paul, RS would have dealt with and showed them the right way. This regime is just mediocre on the field and off it.Posted by: 'Cool 'Cat |++++++++++++++++++++COOL CAT and CALVIN bloody well Speak TrUth to Power. HuhBy the way, many, many, many moons ago, Cane CHIEF. I absolutely stated that QB David would go the baseball route. dUh And I was LYNCED for blabbering an opinion. Albeit the LYNCHING was a cyberspace sort. HuhAnd if memory serves moi correctly. Wasn't QB David a FOUR-STAR prospect.Bon jour et BonsoirPosted by: D | June 26, 2013
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Dumb and dumber... Shannon's players didn't respect him (remember Ryan Hill's interview?) Shannon's assistant coaches apparently didn't respect him either because he told them that he would fire him if they had contact with Shapiro. Yeah those guys were so worried about Shannon following through on his threats.

Everybody knows that cAlvin doesn't speak the truth. That's why he ignores people when they call him out on his lies.

catchers that play QB......178 Lb LB's that play DE......these guys are just the bottom of the barrel and numbers.....anyone worth their weight committed in feb.....of course these no-bodies are gonna accept a free $56K education....

be real....2012 @ 2013 florida and fsu cleaned UM's clock in recruiting....most of the top florida players in the state are going there.....

al golden is not good at all.....christobal - shannon - smart will punish golden/dnofrio at recruiting in florida.....

the answer is fire al golden/dnofrio and hire a big name OC/DC.....NFL style..lets put an end to this comedy

You wish that it’d have come out sooner and that something would’ve been done in the moment, but it didn’t play that way. The erosion was underway and like so many times in life, it takes bottoming out before change is made.Maybe had something been done sooner the Miami Hurricanes don’t go 7-6 on the season and Randy Shannonisn’t fired. Maybe 9-4 saved his job and Al Golden isn’t the present and future face of this program.

Either way, former safety and wide receiver Ryan Hill spoke up regarding the recent culture at ‘The U’ and it wasn’t pretty. A few highlights: immaturity, complacency and an affinity for the dank.Insult to injury? Hill expressed frustration in a few nameless receivers having a snowball fight on the sidelines of the Sun Bowl, down 21-0.“I don’t want to name names, but there were a couple of receivers having a snowball fight on the sideline when we’re down 21-0,” Hill said. “Brandon Harris and I got upset. We were already upset because we’re losing, and now we’ve got to go over and break up a fight. These guys have to grow up. I hope Coach Golden is instilling that. Without growing up, you will never be successful.”

I hope names were named to Coach Golden and wish Hill would’ve spoken his mind more as a senior last year, but we do what we’re comfortable doing and for whatever reason this came out now instead of then. Regardless, at least it’s coming out now.

Most disturbing, even more than lethargy and entitlement – the fact that Shannon had no control over these players, even as a disciplinarian.It’s one thing to be well-intentioned and to want the best for people, but if you’re communication skills are putrid, that message isn’t going to get across. You have to know how to speak, how to listen and how to read a situation. You can’t have blanket coverage for all kids. You’re dealing with different personalities and attitudes. Some guys will respond one way and some will respond another, so find a way to reach everyone, whatever it takes.

Hill talks about guys coming late to meetings, scheduling meetings and not showing up. They’d listen to iPods in class and according to Hill, were “purposefully” doing stuff to mock Shannon.“Coach Shannon tried to make sure guys went to class and presented themselves well. But as soon as he turned his back, they would do what they wanted,” said Hill. “There are a lot of guys who didn’t produce, and how they act off the field has a lot to do with it. That has to change.”Guys who weren’t atop the depth chart; Hill said they checked out and stopped working. Guys were literally “pouting” because of the lack of playing time and again, with Shannon unable to manage or motivate, a safe assumption that his hard-ass attitude and ‘tough love’ approach had him tuning those guys out and ignoring them instead of promoting competition and motivating.

Hill also stated that Shannon put fear in players regarding smoking pot during the season. (Is this an implication that it was alright in the off-season?) Still, guys smoked and got away with it and Hill feels that Golden has a real issue on his hands. The current suspensions for the beginning of the 2011 season are rumored to be weed-related.

Hill suggests Golden issues a zero tolerance policy and makes an example out of somebody – which might’ve been the case with some of the recent transfers.There was talk that marijuana might’ve been an issue withStorm Johnson, but again, no one knows as UM has remained hush-hush about suspensions and transfers.

All of this shows us the difference between a coach with a plan and a coach flying by the seat of his pants. The difference between a professional and a guy in over his head. The difference between preaching discipline and getting through, truly loving your players enough to do everything it takes to find that common ground where respect is earned and shown.I think back to Golden’s hiring and the talk that he showed up with a game plan several hundred pages long regarding returning Miami to prominence. A guy who promotes competition and hard work. Someone who isn’t going to hand anybody anything unearned.Golden reached out to former Cane players at his press conference, begging them to come back and be a part of the program again — something Shannon didn’t do. Golden has also spent the past several months mending fences with high school coaches over bridges Shannon burned over time.You hate to kick a man already down, but after this latest rant from Hill, how can you do anything else regarding the stories that continue coming out regarding the Shannon era Canes?

Dang, jimbo, your ignorant on every blog...hahahaha

First hand account from a player IN the locker room. All of the Randy Shannon apologists will of course try to discredit Ryan Hill like they know better him. I'll take his first hand experience over your fantasy land beliefs.

17 arrests under Muschump ( soon to be charged with paying players ) and 50 arrests over the last five years.


Shannon burned over time.You hate to kick a man already down, but after this latest rant from Hill, how can you do anything else regarding the stories that continue coming out regarding the Shannon era Canes?

Posted by: Jim

I give JAMES major kUdo's for being a NATURAL BORN LIAR. huh Seriously I do, bUbba jimbo.
Because APPROXIMATELY 20% of jimbo's tirade is bloody HEARSAY and LIES!!!! Nothing more and nothing less.
But then again, 60 PERCENT of canespace GOONS " hated " Coach Randy Shannon. For whatever nefarious reasons and what not.
Bon jour et Bonsoir


Shannon burned over time.You hate to kick a man already down, but after this latest rant from Hill, how can you do anything else regarding the stories that continue coming out regarding the Shannon era Canes?

Posted by: Jim

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Isn't what this REDNECK bUbba GOOBER aka jimbo be doing. What.
Chitting on Mr. Randy Shannon and what not.
Again, bUbba James bloody SPEAK WITH A WHYTE FORK TONGuE. Eh. What say.
And his opinion is so full of holes of the HEARSAY sort. Huh

Sorry guys, I don't make stuff up like cAlvin... That was all from a Ryan Hill interview.

http://blog.allcanes.com/ryan-hill-calls-out-elephant-in-the-room

Again, bUbba James bloody SPEAK WITH A WHYTE FORK TONGuE

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What exactly is a WHYTE FORK TONGuE? Maybe you should tell us what cAlvin meant by Coach Hurlie Brown at least having credibility from a social standpoint. You guys seem to two peas in a racist pod.

At least we all know that your handle "D" isn't for "diversity"

Maybe Manny and Susan should go to a Facebook login for the blogs comments section.. I know those racist cowards don't have the testicular fortitude to put their "real" name behind their words.

Jim: I disagree. I respect Ryan Hill but don't really know where he was coming from. I suggest U ask people like J12, benjamin, even DT Fortson, Streeter Spence and Colin the LB what RS was about. Trust me, RS is sorely missed these days at UM.

To many goldie slupers, if they ever come up for sir, they would realize as it stands right now, under randy shannon, our qb evaluation process was better, who recruited preton dewey and crow, who brought in ryan williams & david thompson(who was obviously going to go and play baseball like d pointed out wa back when. People acting like smo17 is a goldie recruit, after he's gone, it's not looking good that's for sure. goldie came in with 2 solid qb's as his security blanket, now it's on him to carry on. I don't see a qb coming in right now that's going to be better than j70 or smo17. j70 was a playmaker amd smo17 has physocal qualities you just can't teach, will he put it all together this year.

No way can we be putting our eggs into the kevin "swerve" olsen basket. This bama kid coming in, we'll see, here's to alin staying and may the best man win the job. I said it after last year's recruiting class, who in thee heck is doing the qb evals.

Coach goldie hasn't proven anything at this level yet when it comes to evaluating talent. When shannon was the coach as it's been stated by realist, the players didn't get in trouble. When coach goldie became the headcoach, all of a sudden, we got bad players, the same ones under shannon, lol. or if a player got into trouble people were quick to say, "oh that was one of shannon's players" when players get into trouble that goldie recruited, they blame it on the players, not goldie, lol, these mofo hypocrites are comical.

People praising coach goldie like he's tghe new butch davis of recruiting at Miami or something but fail to realize, butch davis was raised as a coach at Miami before he came back to Miami as the headcoach, so he understood 95% more than what coach goldie doesn't understand about Miami players and he understood what real talent was when he saw it. itch davis didn't need camps because he knew how to evaluate talent by going to games, coach goldie need camps because he's trying to learn and use a process that worked for them a lil bit at temple, this ain't temple. Now had he won a mac conference championship with this formula that would be something different, but what he did at temple is overrated, the job here is a different animal.

Keep piling up the offensive recruits though, we definitely need to try and become a high-powered offense but see west virginia last year, all offense and no defense.

Two words for any coach, administrator or fan who thinks the SEC doesn't need a league-wide drug policy:

First degree murder suspect Aaron Hernandez.

The tight end got himself mixed up in a murder, after he got hit with a civil suit for shooting a man after a night at a strip club, Hernandez was trained at Florida.

He played tight end for the Gators.

So how did someone with his talent and production slip all the way to the fourth round in the 2010 NFL Draft? In an April 27, 2010, story right after Hernandez was drafted, The Boston Globe reported this:

"According to sources with three separate NFL teams, the Florida product's precipitous fall was because of multiple failed drug tests for marijuana as a collegian and other serious concerns about criminal behavior."

The Globe quoted one "reliable longtime NFL executive" who suggested that Hernandez had failed as many as six drug tests at Florida and was a suspect in a shooting that left the victim in critical condition.

Last week, Sports Illustrated reinforced that story, reporting that "Hernandez also admitted to NFL teams that he failed numerous drug tests prior to the 2010 NFL Draft."

Florida officials are denying those reports despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

Florida Athletics Director Jeremy Foley stunningly told AL.com, "The information from the NFL sources is wrong."

How many games did Hernandez miss in his three years at Florida?

One! He was suspended for the 2008 season opener against a highly inferior opponent and later acknowledged it was the result of failing a drug test for marijuana.

The reporting points to Hernandez being allowed to continue smoking marijuana at Florida and continue playing for the Gators. Foley strongly disagreed with any suggestion that the school looked the other way for the tight end or any other athlete, although this has been Foley’s posture when discussing the countless arrests of Florida football players.

Two more words for any SEC coach, administrator or fan who thinks the SEC doesn't need a league-wide drug policy: competitive advantage.

If one school in the country has a three-strikes-and-you're-out drug policy, and another requires more than 6 failed tests before dismissal, that can give the second school an enormous edge in keeping its best players on the field and is appealing for recruits who are not what one might call upstanding citizens.

That's assuming each school sticks to its stated drug policy in every case. Hands up if you believe that.

Anyone?

Didn't think so.

Consider the curious case of former LSU star Tyrann Mathieu. USA Today reported that, according to an NFL assistant coach, when asked by that team how many drug tests he failed at LSU, Mathieu said he "quit counting at 10."

Asked about that report, LSU coach Les Miles said, "I don't really have the numbers there."

Mathieu was suspended for one game during the 2011 season, reportedly for failing a drug test for synthetic marijuana - he was later dismissed from the team before the 2012 season - but typically, it takes multiple failed tests for a player to miss even one game. Again, that number differs from school to school.

Why?

With millions of dollars at stake based on winning SEC and BCS championships, there's incentive for a school to maintain a softer policy that helps keep players on the field. There's also incentive for a school to bend its policy for a star player.

Each SEC school already farms out its drug testing to an independent company of its choosing. Awfully convenient.

A league-wide drug policy would reinforce the idea that the schools are in this together, especially on the critical subject of player health and safety.

At its spring meetings, the SEC discussed instituting a league-wide drug policy, but surprise, surprise decided instead to continue the status quo.

You know. Your school, your rules or better stated…no rules!

How many teams will continue to benefit from that approach? How many players will continue to suffer? When will the NCAA step in and put a stop to this madness?

2010 - Randy Shannon - Fly's by the seat of his pants

total offense - 5499 yards / 44 TD's - #31 rank
total defense - 4203 yards / 37 sacks for 241 yrd loss / 16 INT's - #22 rank

2011 – Al Golden - with a plan

total offense - 4533 yards / 41 TD's - #70 ranked
total defense - 4319 yards / 23 sacks for 118 yrd loss / 6 INT's - #45 ranked

2012 – Al Golden - with a better plan

total offense - 5282 yards / 45 TD's - #36 ranked
total defense - 5837 yards / 13 sacks for 86 yrd loss / 11 INT's - #116 ranked

2013 UM Starting Roster

17 Stephen Morris - Shannon
8 Duke Johnson - Shannon
79 Malcolm Bunche - Shannon
70 Jon Feliciano - Shannon
62 Shane McDermott - Shannon
65 Brandon Linder - Shannon
77 Seantrel Henderson - Shannon
46 Clive Walford - Shannon
4 Phillip Dorsett - Shannon
1 Allen Hurns - Shannon
80 Rashawn Scott - golden
86 Herb Waters - golden
71 Anthony Chickillo - Shannon
91 Olsen Pierre - golden
96 Curtis Porter - Shannon
51 Shayon Green - Shannon
59 Jimmy Gaines - Shannon
34 Thurston Armbrister - golden
52 Denzel Perryman - golden
2 Deon Bush - golden
37 Ladarius Gunter - golden
30 AJ Highsmith - Shannon
29 Rayshawn Jenkins - golden
22 Kacy Rodgers – Shannon

data supports not having a plan.....300 page binder to get his dream job says it all....

wait till all of shannons guy graduate.....prepare for epic fall......

Sean Spence while crediting Shannon for being like a father figure to him and being there for him during his family tragedy (his brother's death) said that Shannon played favorites and would put players that were in his doghouse in a different locker room (I believe it was the old womens locker room but I'm not 100% sure on that). While some of the players may have loved Shannon, it's obvious that he command the locker room or even his assistants respect. He was never known as a motivator either. When things got bad, he always did his bent over, hands on his knees and stare into the ground routine.

Shannon was a great recruiter and a very good defensive coordinator (not sure why he hasn't received a DC job offer since the Maryland offer) but he was in over his heads as the EIC. You have to hold people accountable for their actions. If he tells his coaches that they are to have no contact with Shapiro or they're gone then he needed to fire somebody to get the message across. Hurt, Hill, Stoutland, and company who went ahead anyway using Shapiro, did so because they either didn't care about their jobs, knew Shannon was only saying that to cover his arse, or they didn't respect Shannon and knew that he doesn't follow up on his threats. Empty threats only breeds more lack of respect.

I'm all for firing 'Onofrio but I'm not going to sit back and try to discredit any coach because he's not from Miami (Golden being an outsider according to cAlvin). Some people really need to grow up and take a risk and move out of their comfort zone.

Duke Johnson is a Golden player. Signed his LOI to play for Miami AFTER Golden was hired. If Golden gets blamed for the recruits who went elsewhere after Shannon was fired then Golden gets credit for the recruits who decided to sign on with him.

I have nothing against ryan hill, but anybody dumb enuff to try and use ryan hill as an example are just like him, no leadership ability. Anybody that waits until after they've graduated from UM to say all that has no credibility with me. ryan hill is also delusional, after the usF game we lost, he was talking about other players not stepping and this and that, when he was the main one getting torched on the drive that counted. if he had real leadership qualities, he would've said, "i didn't play well, it starts with me".

So those with another desparate attempt to try and discredit shannon, if ryan hill is the best you can come up with, keep scratching. The fact still remains, under shannon, you only heard of the robert marve situation, everything, even the ojomo situation, besides that broke jaw, it was all in house, with coach goldie, he keeps whining to the media like he's the first coach to ever coac hat UM. Furthermore, he needs to stop acting like we would've went undefeated had he not had to in his mind, suspend players/tmz!

Gator Fans: Aaron Hernandez. Ok...carry on.

You have NO credibility cAlvin. You won't even say what you meant by Coach Hurlie Brown at least having credibility from a social standpoint! Just like you won't even admit when you're wrong (that takes real leadership). That's why you can't or won't refute any of The Calvin's Lies.

You'll go back to dropping on your knees and smiling like a doughnut in front of Shannon.

data supports not having a plan.....300 page binder to get his dream job says it all....
Posted by: Jim Gallo | June 26, 2013 at 07:01 PM
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wait till all of shannons guy graduate.....prepare for epic fall......
Posted by: Jim Gallo | June 26, 2013 at 07:03 PM
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gallo, these bozo's don't get and think they know UM football. It's the kinder, gentlier fan base slurpin goldie and he's 13 & 11 with real recruits. F coach goldie and his minions, they will only earn my respect if they're part of a national championship team here, until those outsiders do that, who gives a ratz nickel about them, real Miami fans understand that. If coach goldie left today, it wouldn't bother me one bit, he hasn't done anything to live up to his own slogans "Deserve Victory" oh yeah, how we gone do that ranked 117th on defense while he's trying to buy time for his boy to become competent here by recruiting the majority of offensive recruits cause they know if you can't coach defense at UM, where can you coach defense at.

"Uphold The Legacy" how we gone do that with a defense ranked 117th and blaming it on youth and turning your back on young players that make mistakes and kicking them off the team, GTFOH with that non-sense. Either win, or go back to the mac, it's that simple. When middle Tennessee St. is not getting into a shoot-out with Georgia Tech, but we got a clown that basically didn't stop them all game long, somebody tell me where do they get their belief in coach goldie and his boy from so the rest of us migh be able to get that same type of confidence/belief.

TE- 8
QB- 7
LB- 9
DB- 6
WR- 12
RB- 5
DT- 4

SMH!!

CANESPACE SUCKS!!

CAlvin is the stoopidest moron between opa locka and kendall

Kings of no-football knowldege and stupidity:

1- Calvin racist ni---a
1-tied- Gallo (probably same idiot)
3- Cool cat

Plus, its entirely possible that Calvin=D

You all are retarded. No insult meant to retards/


Calvin and Gallo- Are here WISHING that the U do poorly.
You all are no canes. Admit it you f--ing pieces of mule -st
You all are gators in disguise

Calvin aka Wannabe Farrakan: You post crap that makes absoultely no sense whatsoever

talk about calling an outsider from one corner of his mouth and in the other corner he has praised JJ or Schnellie- Schnellie from Alabama and JJ from Oklahoma

You idiot- and to discredit Ryan Hill just bc you disagree with him proves how much of a hypocrite you really are- Everyone here know that Shannon played favorites and was hardly anywhere to be found

ANSWER THIS FOOTBALL GENIUS,

WHY IS SHANNON STILL A LOWLY ASSISTANT? WHY IS HE NOT EVEN A DC? ITS BEEN 3 YEARS SINCE HE WAS FIRED FOR INCOMPETENCE- IF HE WAS ALL YOU SAY WHY IS HE NOT AT LEAST COACHING A D-3 SCHOOL?

GALLO- YOU ARE A TRAVESTY OF HUMAN EVOLUTION. "SHANNON FLYING BY THE SEAT OF HIS PANTS IN 2010 BUT GOLDEN WAS PREPARED IN 2011"?

WHY WAS SHANNON FLYING BY THE SEAT OF HIS PANTS A DOOSH? ILL TELL YOU WHY --- BECAUSE THAT IS HOW HE DID THINGS- THAT IS WHY A FRACTION OF HIS PLAYERS WERE DRAFTED AND MOST ARE FLIPPING PANCAKES AT WAFFLE HOUSE


I for one am a true cane fan. I would never cheer for the U to do poorly like these disgusting idiots Calvin Gallo and cool cat do- just bc of the coaches skin color

By the end of the year, all the 3 stars will rated 4 starts.Last year they were Juniors and they gonna be seniors.

The extraordinary 2013 recruiting accomplishments thus far by Coach Al Golden cannot be overstated.

Recruits around the country are forced to pay attention to the Miami/Al Golden recruiting success story and the momentum this activity is causing will only grow stronger as the year progresses.

When a coach can post a top 4 class with unknown NCAA sanctions still hanging over the head of the program anyone that is being honest has to be impressed.

Certainly all Miami fans are very encouraged by what they are witnessing, especially when seeing the organizational skills of Coach Golden, the greatly improved conditioning and strength of our players and the no nonsense discipline approach that was so badly needed to compete in today's college football world.

Calvin, did you go to UM?

Lets not get carried away with this recruiting class yet. The NCAA sanctions haven't been levied yet and I'm sure some of these recruits will bail (like every school in college football has) before NSD or decommit if the additional sanctions are severe.

It's almost like Golden is telling these kids that if you commit and stand with The U, then we'll stand by you, but if you want to keep looking around then so will he. These lower ranked juniors will remember who believed in them and offered them a scholarship before they had their coming out party as a senior. Don't underestimate some of these kids because they might not even be playing the same position as they do in high school. JJ Watt was a 2 star TE in high school. Obviously, this coaching staff hasn't had a single recruiting class without the NCAA investigation and probable sanctions looming over its head. When the NCAA mess is finally over and the field is level, you're going to see just how good of a recruiter Golden is.

17 Commits


2.70 Star Average Overall

18 commits dooshb

Thats more than F-U

But wait if we get a pointy eared QB will you like that?

Calvin-

Golden 13-11 Yes you are correct

Shannon 12-13 during same number of years coaching

Which one is better?

Next year I effen guarantee that Um will go better than 9-4 and will win a bowl

Nexct thing Calvin will say is- Winning dont matter its how you play


Jim,

Coach Golden has already demonstrated that if he's not the best recruiter in the country, he's in the top 4.

The NCAA sanctions and misinformation campaign by our friendly competitors (and bloggers like Gallo and Calvin) have shadowed Coach Golden from almost day one.

Yet, he has fought through the lies and attempts to destroy the program that has most college football experts believing Miami's once vaunted football program is on the rise and with Coach Golden's leadership will be playing championship football in the coming years.

Once again, people, come up for air off goldie, usc had top classes while being investigated and bowl banned so again, what is coach goldie doing that's making yall act like he's the first one who's ever had to recruit under these conditions. butch davis did the best job thus far out of any coach sanctions or no sanctions, at the end of the day, start winning games is what it's going to come down to. I like how though the recruiting is only suffering on the defensive side of the ball(must be the sanctions) on the offensive side though, it's not a problem, lol.

These clowns are are to busy turning blue in the face slurping coach goldie to realize they're not getting defensive recruits because of the scheme not sanctions bozo's. The scheme and a weak position coach will do you in every time. jethro franklin's technique's look worst than coach hurtt when he was here. What did we have last year, 5 sacks but yet we got a mindgames breakdown about the "batted ball" GTFOH, any d-line coach or coordinator stressing the batted ball, are already in over there head and need to go and coach woman's volley ball if that's the case.

Coach petri taught, get up field and be disruptive as all get up and tfl's. None of this weak crap. Which one of our d-linemen looks like a 1st round draft pick recruited under the goldie regime. I'm sure once yall wipe your chins off, you will realize who was the better headcaoch up until this point, shannon was 12 & 13 with kyle & kirby as his qb's and javariss james and craig cooper as the backs. In the meantime coach goldie had j70 & has smo17 and had lamar miller & now duke johnson and is still 13 & 11, go head hypocrites, keep trying at wits end to defend that outsider, until he becomes apart of a national championship team here soon, not 2025, he'll continue to have that label, you ladies go head and keep letting goldie hit it on the first date sloppy hoes.

You should go see a counselor about your hatred of women... you sure have made a ton of condescending remarks about women. I bet your mother is so proud of how you turned out.

So funny how they don't even let Hernia finish putting his shirt on......such a pathetic fall from grace for this Turd boy.....tisk tisk.....

Yeah USC had sanctions but they didn't have a sensationalized story like Shapiro and a 2 year investigation playing out on ESPN. They had the Reggie Bush fiasco and some minor infractions with Pete Carroll's recruiting. Not on par with how the Shapiro story broke with multiple players, coaches, hundreds of thousands of dollars allegedly spent on players, parties on yachts, hookers, abortions, etc.

You need new material man. A negative attitude is like a flat tire, you're not going far without changing it.

Golden is 13-11 because he only coached 2 years after the garbage that Shannon left me- likej70 (as you call him)_ I think a better name would be j150 for the 150 ints he threw

j150

Golden has coached 2 years in this program and you come here with racist comments You are a sad one, calvina a sad one

Gaturd trolls grasping at anything to deflect from the negativity surrounding their school. This is just the beginning with the Hernandez story. The more the press starts digging into his past at uf the worse that dump of a school is going to look.....grab your popcorn.

Hey all you Cane Bubbas, I am as stupid as my grammar and syntax.

When I say Bon jour et Bon soir, I should really never post again. But, as I am that stupid, and a racist, well, you know, it happens.

Eh, what say?

How sad, Gator blog is deader than on of Hernandez' victims.

Meanwhile, Canes blog is thriving with news of new recruits. Poor gator trolls are in full denial mode, trying to claim that Canes players will not move up in the recruiting rankings and that the Gators will suddenly shoot up to the top. No more Shapiro negative recruiting in your favor, and we can just whisper Aaron Hernandez to sway those good boys that don't want to go to a thug school.

Poor trolls, they will never learn.

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