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Al Golden from Wednesday's Atlantic Coast Conference Coaches' Teleconference

Some quick hits from Al Golden's ACC Teleconference:

 

* On getting more national exposure since the win against Florida, and if it parallels at all with how UM's basketball program: "We have no idea what is being said outside these doors. We're just going back to work. ...I have no idea what transpired with Jim and with basketball, but relative to us we're not talking about anything out the outside, just as we did not talk about Florida going into the Florida game.

   "It's been about our process. This week is us vs. complacency. We're really not calling it a bye week. We're calling it a process week.'

* On tight-end Clive Walford and expectations for him compared to a year ago:

"A lot higher. He's been one of the guys we've been pushing the last two days to get his timing down, to run everything full speed so Stephen knows exactly where he is, to really turn the corner and play faster. He's a guy we've got to get involved more for sure, especially on third down.''

* On the defensive-line rotation: Golden said Anthony Chickillo got around 71 reps against Florida, but that the other players rotating, including Ufomba Kamalu, Jelani Hamilton, Justin Renfro, Curtis Porter and Olsen Pierre, "didn't get out of the 40s, which kept us fresh.

"The rotation will get stronger as we start to bring along Kamalu and Jelani Hamilton and Earl Moore. We really need those guys to grow up and step up.''

* On Phillip Dorsett and Stephen Morris getting their signals crossed at times:

"Just disconnected a couple times and that's it. It's really not a function of any one thing. We all have to improve, starting with me. Today and yesterday we worked very hard on a lot of different things, most particularly on our third downs.

Stephen’s balance is excellent right now. He’s throwing the ball really well. We had a lot of continuity with our receivers. We’re pushing Stacy and Malcolm. We’re trying to get more production out of the tight ends. It’s been a very productive two days, but it’s really not a new offense, it’s not Stephen, it’s not Phillip. It’s the totality of it and the way the game unfolded."

 * On recruiting after Saturday's victory, and the importance of timing as it relates to recruiting after a win:

  "I don’t know so much of the timing. If this was decision time then timing is important. If a kid was going to make a decision and he and his family said, 'OK, sometime after the Florida game we’re going to make a decision.' Obviously, then that would be favorable to us. But in terms of timing of it it’s just a function of getting out.

 "We’re in a bye week and we’ve practiced really hard the last two days. We’re going to practice tomorrow and then we’re going to get our coaches on the road Thursday and Friday. We’re going to go to further places, places further away, because we don’t have a game this weekend. And when we go to South Florida, we’ll do the Tampa and Orlando area, maybe Fort Myers, West Coast and when we’re back home we’ll start hitting the local areas. There’s a little strategy involved..because of the way it falls on the calendar."

*On the play of the offensive line:

 "There are cert things we need to get fixed. We know that. We have to be able to run the ball better. That’s not just on the O-line. That’s on everybody, starting with me. There are some things we’ve looked at that were exposed that we need to get corrected and we’ll get that fixed and there are some other things we can do moving forward that we will do.

"Slugfest for sure. Proud of the way the guys fought. It wasn’t pretty but certainly a lot of room to improve this week and they know that."

 SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

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Posted by: Soldy is dead ... R.I.P. | September 12, 2013 at 02:21 PM

14 hours after he says that he is done, he is now threatening to return. After fiver YEARS of taunting about one game, he is riled up and twisted in a bunch about less than one WEEK of innocuous "SCOREBOARD" comments while the same trolls in their "safe" names GatorSlum and JustLostSuckahs2116 complain about Canes fans daring to bring up their own words against them, and saying that talking about last weeks game is (and I quote) "Unlike cane fans, we live in the present.". Hilarious hypocrisy.

REAL DON SOLDY, you were spot on in your analysis of that sicko hypocrite, ducking like his team, then threatening "CONSEQUENCES" if we remind them of the score of the game.

This is that sicko after he was owned by the Canes and he is STILL ranting today, but from his whiner account.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-8yLB1KA9Y

Yep, Curse Piggy, we know you are in your shock distressed trailed right now, reading this, and wondering if you can use this as an excuse to break your latest fake "Im done" comment. Nope, you can't, because "SCOREBOARD" is nothing compared to what you did to Bryan Pata and his family, Sean Taylor and his family, and the other Canes and fans that you taunted in their pain and suffering.

Get over it, get lost, and stop making threats to retaliate like you are the blog cyberpolice.

Miami against the stars of that era we always embarrassed them.

The fact that Flutie got one lucky pass in against us gets replayed over and over and over, but Bosworth, Emmitt Smith, Bo Jackson, and a host of others all saw their offensive or defensive numbers get destroyed when they faced the Canes.

No wonder the NCAA started changing the rules of college football specifically to stop Miami.
Posted by: Five Titles | September 13, 2013 at 09:58 AM
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These are the type of post that get you hype because it's True. The main point is, we almost always played strong defense no matter who it was, the defense was always out to show and prove to whoever it was that they weren't that good. The way the gaytors are playing defense these last 2 years is our blueprint. Whoever it was that complained about the gaytors not getting pass interference calls against them need to cut that out. The consistent aggressive team gets less calls against them, the played True press-man which might seem like it's pass interference. In fact the gaytor db's turned phillip dorsett into one of the best db's on the field cause he saved smo17 from at least 2 picks.

We played the best defensive game under this regime against the gaytors, if we build from there, than we'll have something and like i said, a real defensive coach/minded player and i'm talking about coach musch champ didn't even get mad when matt jones fumbled and in fact he applauded the play cause he knew that hit dzp put on em was text book and that's how he want his players to play. Believe me, the college football world knows about dzp prior to this year.

In fact, muschamp couldn't get mad to much at his own offense because he understood that besides the 2 interceptions, , the rest of the turn-overs were forced, not to much the offense could do about those fumbles, in fact we actually caused 4 fumbles and got 3 of them.

So to be clear, 1 real good defensive game does not negate all of last year, until we see this on a regular basis, than we'll know, i'm still not a fan of the scheme and all this primary zone crap but our guys are aggressive in their own right by nature so these guys will help make the scheme work.

Wow Calvin you are a major clown.

UF coach not getting mad about turnovers because we didnt really cause them?

That's your last gasp attempt to convince every single person on here you're still right and everyone else is wrong?

Here's a word for you man...delusional.

Look it up, and fast.

"QUIT RUNNING AROUND THE BLOCK"!!!!!!!

Classic Coach D getting off the chain....it's starting to pay dividends!!

Is it possible that Stevie has a mild case of EGOTISM and what not.

Because after all the HYPE he garnered from that summer QB camp, it seems he's taken a GIANT STEP backwards, i.e., 51% pass completion, INT's in each game, MISCOMMUNICATIONS, etc.

Yeah, yeah there's the distinct possibility that Stevie and his wide-outs are still getting comfortable with the new offensive system. hUh

Nevertheless, Stevie has two more games to FINE TUNE his arm and his command of the offense, because MIGHTY Georgia Tech is looking to UPSET Miami!! Get outta here with that Hocus Pocus, Weirdo!

And Calvin is absolutely correct about one Cane defensive matter. Miami's defense has to bring their A game, each and every game.

Because, if D'Onofrio's unit does that, then Cane good ol' boy will know the Hurricane defense is on it's way to becoming a VINTAGE Cane defense of the DISTANT pass. hUh

By the way, games against Savannah St. and South Florida gave the D-unit to improve their OVERALL STATISTICAL NUMBERS in all phases of the defensive game.

Yeah, yeah I understand the vast majority of Cane loyalists don't give a crap about STAT's and what not. So what!!

Can anyone think of any inducements to get D back on his meds?

Five Titles,

We'll have duke this year and next, so it would be a great time for quality rbs to join the U this year. Back up Duke next year and then compete for the spotlight.

Looking into the murky Green nd' Orange prism of light. I SEE-r my Miami Hurricane D-unit getting their first SHUT OUT in a long time against Savannah St.

Y'all Cane good ol' boy's read it here first.

And speaking of M-Y sagacious touting abilities and what not.

I give y'all Hurricane DEGENERATES a freebie' again, naturally.

So, lay the - 8 1/2 points which Roll Tide Roll is favorite by, because Bama' will surely win in a most comfortable fashion. If U know what I mean. dUh

Go Canes - Calvin said that Miami did cause 4 fumbles (and recovered 3) and therefore that Muschamp could not be mad at his offense because there was nothing that could be done about them (i.e. it was good defense, not bad offense). I understand you don't like Calvin, but that was actually a compliment to the Canes. I disagree with Calvin that Miami did not cause the two interceptions because getting pressure on Driskel and knocking him down all game led him to panic. Plus the Miami DBs made good plays on the ball. Driskel made bad throws but you have to attribute at least some of that to the defensive pressure he received and putting the DBs in the right position.

I agree with Calvin that one game does not negate everything that happened last year. However, I do think this defense is legitimate from what I've seen so for. We won't know for sure until we see them again.


I disagree with Calvin that Miami did not cause the two interceptions because getting pressure on Driskel and knocking him down all game led him to panic. Plus the Miami DBs made good plays on the ball. Driskel made bad throws but you have to attribute at least some of that to the defensive pressure he received and putting the DBs in the right position.

Posted by: Sunny Dee | September 13, 2013 at 12:24 PM
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Points well taken Mr. Sunny D!

Matter of fact, on Driskel's second and CRUCIAL interception, #51 Green's pressure FORCED Driskell to toss the ball a " half-second " too early.

Check out the game replay of that segment of the game in the fourth quarter. It's there on the ' net' and what not.



However, I do think this defense is legitimate from what I've seen so for. We won't know for sure until we see them again.

Posted by: Sunny Dee | September 13, 2013 at 12:24 PM

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I'll be the first to bloody ADMIT that I had ABSOLUTE doubts about Marky Mark, but that Marky Mark ain't no longer around upscale Coral Gables. hUh

What I liked about D'Onofrio this past Saturday was that he was calling MORE various blitz packages than is usual for him.

In other words, he was FORCING the issue on MIGHTY Florida's offense last Saturday.

Heck, I counted at least FOUR TIMES where Miami defenders were milli-seconds from getting a sack. hUh

If D'Onofrio continues to have his unit play AGGRESSIVELY and the Cane's keep putting the PRESSURE on opposing offenses.

Then M-Y Hurricanes will be just fine!! Get outta' here with that sanctimonious chit, Outsider!

It is true that Morris and the offense are out of sync.Thankfully the D bailed our O out- but that is what a team often does. If the D is lacking hopefully the offense can bail them out as they did often last year.

Savannah State as many FCS schools do runs a form of the wishbone, or read option, so it should help prepare Miami for GaTech. UM and Morrris needs to come in and not take the foot off the pedal. A win by less than 40 points against this team will surely drop points in the rankings. More importantly, after the 2nd q I'd love to see Ryan Williams, Gus Edwards, Dallas and Eduardo come in as well as Stacey Coley.

3-0 looks good.

Calvin- The uM defense caused 95% of UF's turn overs. The first one- rb got hit in the gut. Trey Burton: beautiful strip. Driskel's last fumble- popped hard as he was throwing it.

Not to mention the stop on 4th down.

And dont forget that Um made a lot of mistakes to keep UF in the game as well:


Rayshawn jenkins' penalty as Tracy intercepted the ball and returned it backed us up 15 yards when initially we could haveghad the ball at the 50 yd line. Duke Johnosn had a clipping penalty that backed us up significantly on 3rd down as well. The phantom hold when Edyuardo Clements had that great run was a drive killah as well. All of those killed UM drives, and believe me- otherwise the game would not have been close at all- the last UF TD was a garbage Td, only bc the D was totally out of place. It seemed as if they reverted back to 2012 for a brief moment.

Nothing will negate the defense's performance last year. Last year is done and in the books. This year is what is important.

The defense played well and deserves a lot of credit.

Can we play like that every week? Can this offense show improvement? How do we handle the injuries that are bound to come our way? How do we handle the sanctions? Can we keep closing recruits?


Go Canes - Calvin said that Miami did cause 4 fumbles (and recovered 3) and therefore that Muschamp could not be mad at his offense because there was nothing that could be done about them (i.e. it was good defense, not bad offense). I understand you don't like Calvin, but that was actually a compliment to the Canes. I disagree with Calvin that Miami did not cause the two interceptions because getting pressure on Driskel and knocking him down all game led him to panic. Plus the Miami DBs made good plays on the ball. Driskel made bad throws but you have to attribute at least some of that to the defensive pressure he received and putting the DBs in the right position.

I agree with Calvin that one game does not negate everything that happened last year. However, I do think this defense is legitimate from what I've seen so for. We won't know for sure until we see them again.

Posted by: Sunny Dee | September 13, 2013 at 12:24 PM


I disagree with Calvin that Miami did not cause the two interceptions because getting pressure on Driskel and knocking him down all game led him to panic. Plus the Miami DBs made good plays on the ball. Driskel made bad throws but you have to attribute at least some of that to the defensive pressure he received and putting the DBs in the right position.
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One of the few in here that can read and comprehend, the only reason i didn't include the interceptions as being forced turn-overs although rayshawn had to go and get it after he baited em, and tracy went and got his, in those situations driskell still had a chance to throw those balls away as well, instead the pressure made him throw them sooner than he wanted but he still had a chance to throw those balls away as well. So those 2 picks are why muschamp harpd on those some. But all the fumbles were just top notch defensive plays and the picks were real good to as well, but that's why i said it like that.

And Calvin is absolutely correct about one Cane defensive matter. Miami's defense has to bring their A game, each and every game.

Because, if D'Onofrio's unit does that, then Cane good ol' boy will know the Hurricane defense is on it's way to becoming a VINTAGE Cane defense of the DISTANT pass. hUh

By the way, games against Savannah St. and South Florida gave the D-unit to improve their OVERALL STATISTICAL NUMBERS in all phases of the defensive game.

Yeah, yeah I understand the vast majority of Cane loyalists don't give a crap about STAT's and what not. So what!!

Posted by: D | September 13, 2013 at 12:19 PM
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I myself did say if we have a defense in the top 45 i'd go head and give coach donfrio a break, the funny thing is, after Savannah St. who knows where the ranking would be, but i could careless about a low defensive ranking and the reason being is, us playing a team like Savannah St. will give you a deceptive defensive ranking, but i don't need to know thee ranking to know we actually play some real solid defense against the gaytors. We still got a lot to work on defensively as well, but that game is the foundation from here on in, but we'll face better qb's but give driskell credit, he was nowhere near as bad as alot of yall thought and i kept saying that.

Their will be no more sanctions. Time has been served. They have punished the guilty already.and taken away eligibility of others associated with these transgrations. Their is no other player or coach associated with Nevin gate on this team. Canes are free play ball.

Driskell was dreadful. He was only rushed on the Jenkins pic after sitting on it for 5 seconds. He has no internal clock, no sense of attack from behind and is a very slow decision maker.


Rayshawn jenkins' penalty as Tracy intercepted the ball and returned it backed us up 15 yards when initially we could haveghad the ball at the 50 yd line. Duke Johnosn had a clipping penalty that backed us up significantly on 3rd down as well. The phantom hold when Edyuardo Clements had that great run was a drive killah as well. All of those killed UM drives, and believe me- otherwise the game would not have been close at all- the last UF TD was a garbage Td, only bc the D was totally out of place. It seemed as if they reverted back to 2012 for a brief moment.

Posted by: The SEC is overrated and top heavy

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Excellent post!

Go Canes!

Seems that Cane Trash has nothing left to say. Where is that "thing" at? Seems that "thing" was on this blog all the time. I bet as soon as the "U" drops one that "thing" will be on this blog like flies on a pile of shi.. Go Canes.

Calvin softening and saying that "you would give Coach D a chance" does not negate the BOOKS you have written, riding and kicking around in your infantile clownish way the "117th defense" that you castigated for months!!!!!.

I will not let that go now you are softening your stance.

My take is that if the 'U' had lost we would not hear the end of your "prognostications of foolishness".

So take it like a man and don't be clownishly trying to wriggle and defend takeaways, and parsing fumbles and hurries by QB's in your previous posts..

Stand up, and say the D is on it's way back, and I was WRONG to accuse Coach D and the entire unit for over a year wititng about the 117th etc..

I dare you....
Let's see if you have any B****.
And the Score was?
Go 'Canes

Their will be no more sanctions. Time has been served. They have punished the guilty already.and taken away eligibility of others associated with these transgrations. Their is no other player or coach associated with Nevin gate on this team. Canes are free play ball.

Posted by: canesallnight | September 13, 2013 at 02:53 PM
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Sounds great to me, the longer they wait the more other cases will keep coming up and the longer they wait that means like the police they don't have nothing like i said from the beginning so they're only real form of punishment is to try and delay, cause they didn't have the hammer they thought they did. It's funny about the oklahoma st. thing, ask les miles how patrick peterson ended up at lsu and with the family plan.

thats the roster from the UM website.....sorry green pea.....florida played a younger defense and stopped out morris and company.....
the most lopsides game via the stats....driskle gave UM the win...just get over it...
golden and dnofrio are mediocre coaches that s...ck....
more to come.....season is early.....been there done that....
Posted by: Jim Gallo | September 12, 2013 at 01:11 PM

So, in your other 'fact' or 'stats' based posts you said that its all Shannons players who are starting right now. Remember that list? So then it should be Shannon who is to blame for the offensive output in the game? Just going by your 'stats don't lie' theory here bud..

Family plan...lol. Les Miles' closet has an f'ing boneyard. The NCAA might take a decade investing the SEC. Or, return a verdict in 10 minutes.

Calvina is the queen of telling us what she thought, but never wrote, and how it has all come true. Moron.

The nicey nice doesn't cut it either. Go back to being the butt head you are.

Back to the old guard side of things, watched the game again last night, and noted the following...really can appreciate seeing it more then once what a good smash face game it was
-the linebacker play was exceptional, beyond DP playing super. Got a big push from the NG or 2 DTs tying up the Gator center and two guards. Griese called it, we played gap responsible without freelancing. Unsung hero was Renfro, 6'6 330 of 5 th yr experience and physical maturity. Porter did well, got press, but was gassed in the 2 nd half and it showed..when the Gator backs start cutting back vs the grain, you know the d is playing good gap responsibility
-Armbrister, DP, Gaines and Cornelius could turn out to be as good as we have ever had...be interesting to see if they get better with time...Cornelius definately is a player! Pass drops by the entire lb core were consistently good/deep, and we had outside end containment. Great speed to the ball, gang tackling.
-Gator corners were well prepared to our wideout reads...man shows one thing, hot reads, etc.. Soon as Smos turns his head and looks at the center for the snap in shotgun, what looked like press coverage became a corner blitz and the Qb looks one spot while the wideout goes elsewhere..that is great defensive coaching, film study and scheme prep..caught us a lot...another argument vs this Oklahoma crap instead of Qb audibles
-Our wideouts need to downfield block better, and not just stand there when the run is going to the other side. We blew a alot of Dukes potential bigh plays and jammed up our reverse plays.
Like a lot the focus on the process, not the opponent. Game balls to Franklin and Barrow. It ain't just Dnofrio guys!


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Calvin softening and saying that "you would give Coach D a chance" does not negate the BOOKS you have written, riding and kicking around in your infantile clownish way the "117th defense" that you castigated for months!!!!!.

I will not let that go now you are softening your stance.

My take is that if the 'U' had lost we would not hear the end of your "prognostications of foolishness".

So take it like a man and don't be clownishly trying to wriggle and defend takeaways, and parsing fumbles and hurries by QB's in your previous posts..

Stand up, and say the D is on it's way back, and I was WRONG to accuse Coach D and the entire unit for over a year wititng about the 117th etc..

I dare you....
Let's see if you have any B****.
And the Score was?
Go 'Canes

Posted by: UGoCane | September 13, 2013 at 04:52 PM
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I'm not softening no stance, the defense was garbage last year no way around that no matter what thee excuses were, we should not have been that bad. Did i lie or did coach goldie & donfrio lie when they said coming in "think players not plays" so when you hear them saying that the players last year couldn't do what they were asking them to do, than it should very apparent they weren't living by "think players not plays. Our guys were out of position many times last year and i said several times, in 2011 that donofrio needed to be moved up stairs and not call plays from sidelines cause he couldn't see, it would've been his only chance, plus, the game was at a different speed than he was used to from the sidelines so emotionally he couldn't get it together either, but now that he's up there in that booth, it's a lil quieter and he can see better how offenses are trying to attack us, he'll call more sensible plays.

But don't think 1 game negates all the coaching mistakes of the past. This defensive scheme is designed exactly how we described it, it's designed like tennis to wait for either unforced errors by forcing teams to have to take a long time to have to drive(volley) downfield. In the meantime, the turn-overs is what makes this defense look better than what the scheme actually is. We'll see as we go against better offenses.


Calvin, you said all of the defensive players would become slower with the weight gain. You consistently bashed the coaches because they had players gaining weight. They are playing like men because they are bigger, faster, and stronger because of (UTough)!!! What do you have to say?!?!

Calvin, eat some ICE.

Cal who you got in the fight tonight dawg?

Well, I gave y'all ONE freebie' mortal lock of the week the other day ( Roll Tide Roll nd' bloody LAY the points! ).

By the way, last weekend I told y'all Cane DEGENERATES to play the UNDERS in the Miami vs. MIGHTY Gator game. Too bad y'all DIDN'T believe me! Eh. What say.

So, here's another gift from the blog forum Weirdo. dUh

For instance, late Thursday night that Herbie Cornhusker team was a... - 4 1/2 point home chalk.

Well, I've been WAITING ALL WEEK for the SIGNIFICANT line change on that U.C.L.A. vs. Herbie Cornhusker game.

And lo and behold, the WISE GUYS put down HEAVY MAJOR action on you know who... the Bruins.

Cane good ol' boys, I'm yapping MAJOR, MAJOR betting action went down LATE on the Bruins, because now the line has shifted to...

- 3 points, Go Big OT Red NECK. And in three other major books in Sin City the game line is... - 2 1/2 points.

Therefore, U know who I'm laying my mony down on... the MIGHTY Bruins to not only win the game outright. But to fly the friendly skie of Pax Americana back to Glitzy, Decadent Westwood. hUh

Again, take U.C.L.A. and throw away the slight - 3 points, because I don't need the points in this game. Eh. What say.


-Our wideouts need to downfield block better, and not just stand there when the run is going to the other side. We blew a alot of Dukes potential bigh plays and jammed up our reverse plays.
Like a lot the focus on the process, not the opponent. Game balls to Franklin and Barrow. It ain't just Dnofrio guys!

Posted by: NovaCane | September 13, 2013 at 07:58 PM
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Cane points well taken, NovaCane.

Another player who's going to shine brightly for Miami is true freshmen LB Figueora-sp.

And yes, I also noticed 3/4 missed blocks from our wideouts. If THE DUKE gets a couple of those blocks, he has another 15-25 rushing yards in the game.

Nevertheless, it's all murky Green nd' Orange water under the bridge now. hUh

Alabama - 8 1/2/-9 point road chalk... Lay the bloody points and watch Roll Tide Roll. Because Tejas A&M's defensive unit is a Freakin' SIEVE. dUh


Herbie Cornhuskers - 3 point home favorite... Again, lay the points and watch the Bruins score and score and score and score some more points.

Oh, need I say that U.C.L.A.'s defense is STRONGER than that Herbie Cornhusker team's defense. hUh

Finally, seeing that it's better to GIVE than RECEIVE.

Take the UNDERS in the Men of Troy vs. Boston College game!


Cal who you got in the fight tonight dawg?

Posted by: Nashvillecane | September 14, 2013 at 05:25 AM

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Who gives a fUc! about boxing today!

Because boxing AIN'T been boxing since Ali and Smokin' Joe and Foreman and Leonard and the rest of them fighters from the 60's, 70's and 80's RETIRED!!

NJCane are U still out there, because you mentioned the CLASSIC Sin City sucker wager a few moons ago, I do believe.

Well, the U.C.L.A. vs. Herbie Cornhusker game is your CLASSIC Vegas' Fools Bet game.

So study the SHIFT in the line and take notice where the WISE GUYS put their money, and you'll INFER that the college football bUbba's ( Public degenerates. ) will tend to put their cash down on the... " - 3 point home favorite. " hUh

Calvin said: "But don't think 1 game negates all the coaching mistakes of the past."

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Once again Calvin you have no idea as to what you've been watching and certainly have no clue what Coach Golden has faced since arriving at the "U". In business I have seen your type over and over again--people armed with just enough information to be dangerous. If you truly knew what has and is transpiring at the "U" each and every one of your posts would be nothing but accolades of the highest order aimed at Coach Golden and his staff. Never mind that all of your "predictions" have been wrong.

Gentlemen:

Miami 21 Florida 16

Go Canes!

CALVIN: the lame guy walking around with the sign "THE SKY'S FALLING!"

Leave it to Calvin to find the negatives in everything about our Canes, and after that MAKE SH*T that's negative when he can't find anything wrong. AND THEN after that confuse the PAST with the PRESENT.

He's still sucking on Randy Shannon's D*CK...

CALVIN LOVES Randy Shannon's C*CK DEEP IN HIS A55!!!!

AND GALLO IS JUST MISERABLE BECAUSE TEBOW WHEN LET HIM BLOW HIM NO MO'

THAT'S GOT THE MAKINGS OF A GOOD RAP SONG...

Gallo and Calvin are legends in their own mind......

D'Z, Nuts are still here. Punk ace poser wanna be. !!!!

Dz nuts

congrats to FAU beating USF. Another low for USF.

FIU should shut down football. Lost to Bethune- a very dangerous and athletic 1AA team.

Miami needs to destroy (this time 60 points is the accepted minimum). Sav ST. Yesterday manyteams including FSU scored >60. So If Miami keeps scoring,so be it. Defense MUST have a shut out.

70-0

Cal who you got in the fight tonight dawg?

Posted by: Nashvillecane | September 14, 2013 at 05:25 AM
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My bad nash, i wasn't on here yesterday man, but you know i had my main man money mayweather. All canelo had was a punchers chance, that's why i was glad mayweather took this fight early and not wait 2 or 3 years down the road. mayweather wasn't even breathing hard, lol. The only way canelo could've won was by coming forward, but he didn't have enuff skills to come forward, that man came to the ring 165lbs, scared to go and fight middle weights trying to hang around the welterweight division and deebo people, but not last night buddy, got schooled.

If it wasn't for canelo's jab, he would've gotten dropped to as well, he can't fight off the ropes, was actually trying to set mayweather up with obvious traps that may have worked on alot of fighters, but mayweather wa destroying em and i was telling people, mayweather not running from canelo, in fact he doesn't run he'll probably go back to his old aggressive style of fighting and he did that. The funny thing though is did ms. jackson get put on timeout, she was nowhere to be found. Anyway, this is kind of the same thing that would've happened to pac-man but worst because pac-man would've gotten dropped, people don't understand when floyd fought de la chicken hoya and cotto he fought those guys at 154 not at the 147lbs drained weight that pac-man fought them at.

It makes me laugh to hear all the mayweather fighters say floyd hand-picks his opponents, how else are you going to pick em but mayweather fought all the guys when they were mostly at there best and beat them but people say de la hoya as old when floyd fought em, but a few years later pac-man fights em at a drained weight and they acted like pac-man was the best thing since sliced bread, same with ricky hatton. I'd like to see pac-man fight canelo, cotto or de lahoya at 154lbs and than talk. 45-0!

Another bad day for Gallo--read on:

UM feels very good about its post-Stephen Morris future at quarterback, with freshman Kevin Olsen making a good early impression (he's likely to redshirt) and oral commitment Brad Kaaya (rivals.com's No. 8 quarterback prospect in the country) thriving at his West Hills, Cal. high school, including TD throws of 75, 75, 33 and 81 yards on Thursday night.

UM's other oral commitment, Ala.-based Malik Rosier, also is off to a good start this season. By the way, Kaaya is 6-4, Olsen 6-3, Rosier 6-2. Offensive coordinator James Coley said he prefers taller quarterbacks.

UM wasn't surprised Hialeah's Alin Edouard de-committed. UM expected he would when it became clear to him that the Hurricanes weren't especially interested. His biggest advocate at UM during his recruitment was Mario Cristobal, who since left for Alabama.

~Barry Jackson

M-Y Miami, Florida Hurricanes are now ranked NO.16 in both college footbal polls. dUh

However, the Hurricanes bloody dropped one spot in the A.P. and moved up two rungs in the USATODAY/ESPN Coaches poll. hUh

By the way, I posted Miami would get it's first SHUT OUT of the season against MORIBUND Savannah St. a few moons ago. Get outta' here with that Hocus Pocus, Outsider!

However, my Canes WILL NOT score 60+ points as some Good Ol' Boy Cane suggested!

Simply because Goldie is too classy of a head coach to RUN UP the score against the likes of Savannah St.

Reposted from another blog:

Louisville beats a SEC team, LSU beats Nobody U and LSU jumps Louisville in the rankings. T A&M play Bama very tough and drop 4 spots. Washington beats a Big 10 team on the road and only moves up one spot. Ole Miss beats a terrible Tex team and moves up 3 spots. I wonder what these voters are thinking sometimes. Of course Miami falls in the polls...what's new?

M_Y bloody canes were ranked too high anyway. After a shut out next week and a S Fl whoopin, eh what say, we move back up.

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