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UM fans: Here's your info re. Notre Dame vs ACC scheds (including #Canes) -- & UM baseball ranked 13th

 

FROM THE ACC:

    The Atlantic Coast Conference and Notre Dame Friday announced the annual football game schedule in which the Irish will face an ACC opponent beginning with the 2014 season through the 2016 season. The games are part of an agreement between the Conference and Notre Dame to play five ACC teams each year in football.

        Due to previous schedule commitments, in the first year of the schedule, Notre Dame will face four ACC teams.  But the Irish will then play six games against Conference foes in 2015 and thereafter, beginning in 2016, play five ACC teams each year.

        In 2014, Notre Dame will face Syracuse, in a game hosted by the Orange at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. (Sept. 27), then will host North Carolina (Oct. 11) and Louisville (Nov. 22) and will also travel to face Florida State in Tallahassee (Oct. 18).

        In 2015, Notre Dame will host Georgia Tech (Sept. 19) and Wake Forest (Nov. 14) and play Boston College (Nov. 21) as part of the Shamrock Series in Fenway Park in Boston. The Irish will then will play at Virginia (Sept. 12), Clemson (Oct. 3) and Pitt (Nov. 7).

        In 2016, Notre Dame will host Duke (Sept. 24), Miami (Oct. 29), and Virginia Tech (Nov. 19) and will go to MetLife Stadium to play Syracuse (Oct. 1) and will then travel to NC State (Oct. 8).

        Beginning with the 2016 season, Notre Dame will alternate between playing three home and two away games one year with two home and three away games the next (2017).   

 

The Schedule

Year     Date                     Team                                   Site

2014:   9/27                at Syracuse                        MetLife Stad., E. Rutherford, N.J.

          10/11                North Carolina                 Notre Dame, Ind.

           10/18                at Florida State                 Tallahassee, Fla.

           11/22                Louisville                            Notre Dame, Ind.

 

2015:   9/12                at Virginia                           Charlottesville, Va.

9/19                Georgia Tech                     Notre Dame, Ind.

10/3                   at Clemson                         Clemson, S.C.

11/7                   at Pitt                                   Pittsburgh, Pa.

11/14                Wake Forest                      Notre Dame, Ind.

11/21                Boston College                 Fenway Park, Boston, Mass

 

2016:   Sept. 24                Duke                                     Notre Dame, Ind.

10/1                    at Syracuse                        MetLife Stadium, E. Rutherford, N.J.

10/8                    at NC State                          Raleigh, N.C.

10/29                 Miami                                   Notre Dame, Ind.

11/19                Virginia Tech                    Notre Dame, Ind.

HURRICANES BASEBALL UPDATE

   The University of Miami baseball team checked in at No. 13 in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper annual preseason poll released Friday, marking the team’s best preseason ranking from the publication since 2010.

The Hurricanes return a number of key contributors from a team that finished 37-25 overall and earned the program’s college baseball-record 41st consecutive NCAA tournament berth in 2013. The Canes have not missed the postseason since 1972, marking the longest active postseason streak of any Division I program nationwide.

Miami will return its entire starting rotation in 2014, including Louisville Slugger All-American lefthander Bryan Radziewski and USA Baseball Collegiate National Team member Chris Diaz. The duo combined to make 30 starts this past season, and both finished among the top three in the ACC in earned run average.

Both Radziewski (29th round, St. Louis Cardinals) and senior righthander Javi Salas (38th round, Minnesota Twins) decided to return to campus after being selected in the 2013 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, while Freshman All-America David Thompson (.286, six home runs, 46 RBI) will help anchor a Miami lineup that returns seven starters from a year ago.

Joining the returning nucleus is a recruiting class ranked among the best nationwide. The group was rated No. 4 by Collegiate Baseball and No. 6 by Baseball America – its highest ranking from the publication since 2006. The Hurricanes have had classes ranked among the top 10 by both publications in back-to-back seasons.

Miami is one of six teams from the ACC ranked in the top 25 of the poll, joining Florida State, NC State, North Carolina, Virginia and Clemson.

 SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

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Posted by: dbc | December 21, 2013 at 10:47 AM

There will never be an on-campus stadium. Get with Beckham and try for Wynwood.

Where in wynwood? Unles you're talking about displacing tons of people and small businesses.

Eastern Michigan is worst than Temple is now. When Al Golden was coaching, at Temple, Eastern Michigan was even worse.

The service academies, especially Army, are some of the worst upper division college football teams. But those schools were better than Eastern Michigan, when Al Golden's Temple teams were playing them. His Temple teams also played against the lesser academy teams.

Even when Al Golden's Temple team is said to be good, in 2009. That team loss to a lower division, and lesser talented, Villanova team.

The MAC is still a completely terrible conference, now. Just like it was when Al Golden was coaching at MAC member Temple.

So where is the evidence that Temple was inferior to the teams they beat, while Al Golden was there? There is not evidence anywhere strong enough to backup that up as a true statement.

Also do not use the Florida game as a signature win. That makes Miami into an even more desperate team than the fans of Al Golden.

Miami beat a vastly inferior coach in Will Muschamp, that day. To be vastly inferior to Al Golden is a major task. But as any knowledgeable football watcher can see, Will Muschamp may be mentally disabled.

TEMPLE COACH AL GOLDEN

How Has Golden Turned Temple Into Winners? By Focusing on 'The Process'

By Tim Hyland


From 2003-2005, the Temple Owls went 3-31.

Yes, 3-31.

They lost games by such scores as 65-0, 70-16 and 63-16. They were, by all accounts, the worst program in all of college football. They even managed to get kicked out of the Big East.

Which is why, for a while there, it seemed not at all unlikely that Temple—a university that has fielded a football program since 1894—would drop the sport altogether.

Then, in December of 2005, the miracle of Al Golden arrived as the Owls’ new head coach. In short order, the former Virginia and Penn State assistant began working toward the seemingly impossible goal of saving Temple football.

And you know what? He’s succeeded!

After leading the Owls to records of 1-11, 4-8 and 5-7 in his first three seasons, Golden last year delivered a magical 9-4 campaign to long-suffering Owls fans. Temple flirted with the Top 25 and very nearly knocked off UCLA in the EagleBank Bowl. A 9-4 record for Temple is comparable to three straight undefeated seasons for any major program.

It was a remarkable run manufactured by a remarkable—and highly regarded—young coach.

Keep those posts coming Chumpcane as I thoroughly enjoy you daylighting your seemingly never ending ignorance.

Anyone with an ounce of knowledge about college football marvels at the job Al Golden did at Temple and are even more impressed with what he has done for the University of Miami.

Keep those posts coming Chumpcane as I thoroughly enjoy you daylighting your seemingly never ending ignorance.

Anyone with an ounce of knowledge about college football marvels at the job Al Golden did at Temple and are even more impressed with what he has done for the University of Miami.

Well, THE WORST POSTER IN ALL OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL RELATED BLOGGING apparently has a new contender since the latest scrag shipment made a mental meltdown happen.

Got the bowl tickets in the mail today.

UM has no chance to win this game, how will Alverage's shower taking contingent try and spin this upcoming loss? I'm predicting blaming the recruits they didn't run off and Morris for not being better than Jacory's high school successor. It will never be THE WORST COACH IN MODERN UM FOOTBALL HISTORY's fault to them, because it never is.

More misleading information, Ron. The Big East was home to much better teams than the MAC. Temple was asked to leave the Big East, because it was inferior there. The huge defeats resulted from playing against Big East and better conference teams.

The MAC teams were inferior to the Big East teams. But Temple, under Al Golden, still loss to MAC, service academies, lower division and lesser talented with better coached teams.

The article you quote, if true, I doubt it is true. Due to you having a need to name call. Without offering any worthwhile information, ever.

But if the article is true, that does not change the losses, by Al Golden. While he was coaching Temple to only wins against lesser talented and lesser coached teams.

We are arguing with a guy that has "yearly 8-4" in his screen name. The Canes have not finished 8-4 and they are currently 9-3. He's bringing up basketball because his football team is currently home watching basketball on tv. Also, Golden has a slightly better record than Randy did in year 3 with NCAA sanctions and less talent. To say his worse is unintelligent.

Now this hack has the final margin more acurately forecasted even if he's missing a score for both teams in the final total.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/college-football/news/20131220/college-football-pickoff-bowl-season/

Russell Athletic Bowl: No. 18 Louisville (11-1) 35 vs. Miami (9-3) 20
Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, a Miami native, will be the focal point of this one, particularly from an NFL draft standpoint. But Louisville's defense may steal the show. The pass-rushing duo of Marcus Smith and Lorenzo Mauldin, coupled with safety Calvin Pryor, could cause headaches for Miami quarterback Stephen Morris. Meanwhile, Bridgewater should have an efficient game.

Thats it chump cane...change the subject and your screenname. Just because Louisville beat your gators down doesnt mean they can beat us. What will your arguments be when we beat them? Strong is an aac coach? Bridgwater had a better game against ufelons.? Nevin isnt a good enough liar? They gifted us the win? Yall always have some excuse.well except for the georgia southern beatdown. Just,uh,uh,ummmm,uh,um,uh!

Still hate F$U moar..

The Miami Hurricanes are continuing to prepare for the Louisville Cardinals and held a few open practices over the past few weekends, but the true workouts were in the recruiting board rooms of the coaching staff. Off the field, the head coach Al Golden is closing on one of the most pivotal recruiting classes in recent memory for this Hurricane program. The visits from Booker T. Washington defensive players Chad Thomas and Nigel Bethel along with the commitments of two safeties Kiy Hester and Marques Gayot were pivitol and Miami still has some surprise commitments coming that should close the class out with a great haul.

CaneINsider has learned that Miami is working with “two to three more scholarships,” and projects that those scholarships will likely be used on the following positions: wide receiver, safety, defensive tackle and running back.

Last week there was also some reshuffling as former Hurricane commit, Dennis Turner, parted ways with the Hurricanes after not hearing from the staff in months. He officially decommited on the 15th of December. Turner’s decommitment made room for Hester and the Hurricanes will likely add at least two more late commitments.

Here’s our latest INsider information regarding the Hurricanes class:

Dalvin Cook: We think this recruitment will come down to two schools, Miami and Florida State. What we’ve observed over the past several weeks is that there are varying camps saying opposing things. There’s one camp that think Cook is a lock to Florida State and it’s only a matter of time before he commits. There’s another camp that thinks Cook will join his half brother, DeAndre Burnett, who plays basketball at Miami and become a Hurricane. That same camp suggests that Cook’s relationship with teammate and Hurricane commit Joseph Yearby is closer than many realize and that it plays a huge factor along with going to school with offensive lineman Trevor Darling also of Miami Central.

Cook’s Florida verbal seems as soft as it could be but he still says publicly that he’s ’100 percent’ committed to the Gators. He’s set to reveal his college decision during the Under Amour All-American game and has shut down his media access to consider his decision with his family and close friends. By all accounts, Cook’s Miami visit went well from his perspective and from the perspective of the coaches. Only time will tell how well Miami did in closing the gap and getting him into this class as an early enrollee.

Travis Rudolph: He fits the exact kind of big name-big game receiver that the Hurricane staff is trying to close this class out with, however, he’s always been thought to be heading to Florida State. Having given Miami a visit this past weekend and having a full-court press applied to him by the staff, Rudolph may be impressed enough to reconsider and stay in South Florida. His father reportedly loves Miami.

Ermon Lane: The recruitment of Ermon Lane has been a rollercoster, however, like most Florida commits on the offensive side of the ball, they’re looking around to see what other options are before signing day. Lane is no different. Add to that he’s likely to choose to attend school with Dalvin Cook as Cook was a big part of the reason he chose to verbal to the Gators in the first place. The two places he could end up are in Coral Gables or Tallahassee.

Edgar Cerenord: He was just offered by Miami this past week and he says ”the Miami offer means a lot, being that they are the home team.” Cerenord’s recruitment has changed given changes at the school that he was considering, namely Arkansas. ”Now I actually have take a step back,” he told CaneINsider during a phone interview. At Arkansas, coach Charlie Partridge was the only guy he knew through his recruiting process and he’s now the head man at Florida Atlantic.

He’s being recruited by defensive line coach Jethro Franklin and running back coach Hurlie Brown. “I”m just going to stay in contact with the coaches during the dead period. I’m going to try to call them at least twice a week to get all the info to make the right deision,” he says.

I recall when everybody on this blog was bashing Teddy B.......not that he reads this blog but I imagine he'll be out to prove something playing his hometown team, and given our lack of a pass rush it can get ugly.......quick. Better control the clock with a solid run game and keep Teddy off the field. And D'No may want to try a ill bump and run, Louisville's offense relies on timing.

Golden has a slightly better record than Randy did in year 3 with NCAA sanctions and less talent. To say his worse is unintelligent.

Posted by: JaxCane | December 21, 2013 at 04:16 PM

You are either not knowledgeable or stating a lie. The NCAA did not impose not one sanction, until this year. The talent is still better, now, than during any of Randy Shannon's years. He is no longer here and he won at a very similar rate as Al Golden. You do not get a pass by stated misinformation.

The proof of the vastly superior talent is first the offensive line. Despite Al Golden's lack of development, they are better players than those with Randy Shannon. Second, the defensive line has several more experienced and bigger linemen than those with Randy Shannon, at year three. The lack of development, by Al Golden, is reflective of his failure. The majority of those linemen were chosen by Al Golden.

The reason the two lines of scrimmage were the first I wrote about are simple. If you can develop dominance there at Miami, anyone should find enough talent at the other positions. But that has not happened with all the media, misguided fans and administrative support of Al Golden.

Posted by: accept it | December 21, 2013 at 04:20 PM

You are posting with a never before seen name here.

You are so afraid of me you would do that.

While you make blatantly false statements about me.

I will not ever again waste my time responding to you.

The school self imposed idiot. They took away 2 bowl games which is a month of practice, They also limited visits, took away scholorships and the team had to recruit against whispers they were gonna get the death penalty. Anyone who doesn't look at that as a punishment while 3 yr investigation over head and thinks it didn't hurt recruiting so guys like keith bryant went elsewhere is an idiot. Golden took over a program whose talent level was lower then usf, Remember that shannon lost to usf his final year at miami That is why he was canned, golden then had to recruit a class with only 4 guys at time commited , then he spent the other 2 classes he has landed recruting with guys saying death penalty in prospects ear. If u don't think the job he has done is amazing u r an idiot.

Chumpcane,

No one will buy your ignorant lies. Time for you to change up your ID and start answering your own posts again. Try the Calvin ID as that one is always upchucking sheer stupidity.


The school self imposed idiot. They took away 2 bowl games which is a month of practice, They also limited visits, took away scholorships and the team had to recruit against whispers they were gonna get the death penalty. Anyone who doesn't look at that as a punishment while 3 yr investigation over head and thinks it didn't hurt recruiting so guys like keith bryant went elsewhere is an idiot. Golden took over a program whose talent level was lower then usf, Remember that shannon lost to usf his final year at miami That is why he was canned, golden then had to recruit a class with only 4 guys at time commited , then he spent the other 2 classes he has landed recruting with guys saying death penalty in prospects ear. If u don't think the job he has done is amazing u r an idiot.

Posted by: mainecane | December 21, 2013 at 04:57 PM

^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Great Post Mainecane!!

My answer is still valid that I posted to another comment, mainecane.

The self imposed sanctions did not make Miami have defeats to lesser talented teams. That reflects on Al Golden, even with all those excuses you listed.

Excuses and name calling by you, and your kind does not change the results on the field.

mainecane you would do better to find someone else to try your misdirected post to.

Chumpcane,

No one will buy your ignorant lies. Time for you to change up your ID and start answering your own posts again. Try the Calvin ID as that one is always upchucking sheer stupidity.

Posted by: Ron Zook | December 21, 2013 at 05:15 PM

Your name is in blue. That is a direct result of you posting as someones else.

You don't provide anything worthwhile on this blog, at all.


Your name is in blue. That is a direct result of you posting as someones else.

You don't provide anything worthwhile on this blog, at all.

Posted by: ChampCane | December 21, 2013 at 05:27 PM

^^^^^^^^^^

Laughing...You festering boil of a moron my name appears in blue because I use Type-Pad!!!! At least you've kept your record intact having never been right about anything...Laughing@U!!

And as usual, someone completely blows-up your lies, in this case Maincane, and you just post the same lies once again believing if you say them enough times they will somehow become true.

Take off your clown shoes and nose, put down the crack pipe and put mommy's computer away.

Champ, the UF game was definitely not a signature win, BUT, beating UFelons anyway, ugly or whatever, is sweet. I agree that with Golden the development of his "signature recruits" is not showing. More should be expected of some than we are seeing on the field. I believe his stubbornness to change things during games cost us wins. But, he is our coach now, and for the next 2-5 years. So support him when you can, but I also like the blogs who say what they feel. That's what freedom is about. It seems when some write against the one serving the KOOL-AID, they have to name call. That's sad, as most here are canes fans, just see things differently. As it stands now, enjoy a bowl game for a change, and always, GO CANES BEAT LOUSYVILLE UM is 1-0 against Lousyville coach. 2-0 will be better

Delandcane, yes, there is little accountability at the head coaching position.

Lousyville, lol.

I had my name used in the past, by someone else, Ron. That other poster had my name in blue.

There was a discussion that you were in as well. You did not say anything about type-pad causing your name to be blue.

I am no longer posting a response to you, now. You have shown that you are very possibly one of those multiple named posters here.


I am no longer posting a response to you, now. You have shown that you are very possibly one of those multiple named posters here.

Posted by: ChampCane | December 21, 2013 at 06:14 PM

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Once again you are proven 100% wrong and you repost your same lie. Either you are mentally ill, a pathological liar or both. We all know you are really one of the name changing, ID stealing trolls on this blog.

After reading the haters saying that Mike Leach would have been a much better coach for the Canes than Al Golden I watched the Washington State versus Colorado State Game with great interest.

The verdict…Washington State is one of the worst coached teams in Division 1 football. Washington State held an 8 point lead with over a minute left and in that time they ran a play with 25 seconds left on the play clock and fumbled the ball 3 straight times (one was turned over by the review booth) and allowed 11 points to hand the game to Colorado State. Not to mention that the Cougars defense was atrocious.

Mike Leach…do you haters ever get it right??

Who cares if Teddy B is out to prove something. What's he gonna prove anyway, thatt he can throw fir as many yards as the duke and wake qbs.

Well, after a short stint at competition THE WORST POSTER IN ALL OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL RELATED BLOGGING comes roaring back to claim his title in undisputed fashion.

Now all he needs to do to claim his meat chugging prize from Alverage is to go back to his weak attempts at re-scripting comments that put his idiocy to shame in between clutter inducing cut and paste jobs about something other than football season during it.

It's a Ganes thing, he never understands.

There was a discussion that you were in as well. You did not say anything about type-pad causing your name to be blue.

You are, without a doubt, the one that is posting under multiple names. You attempted to mislead the blog when there was a thorough discussion previously of your multiple name use. Now you try that again. You are worthless are caught in your lies.

Duke has suspended rushing leader Jela Duncan from school for an undisclosed violation of its academic policy.

School officials said in a statement Saturday that the sophomore is not eligible to return until the Spring 2015 semester.

He will not play for the 22nd-ranked Blue Devils in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against No. 20 Texas A&M.

Duncan rushed for 562 yards and three touchdowns this season and caught 13 passes for 123 yards and a score.

The Blue Devils (10-3) have gone four-deep at running back this season and will rely on junior Josh Snead, sophomore Shaq Powell and senior Juwan Thompson to make up for Duncan.

Duke plays the Aggies (8-4) on Dec. 31 in Atlanta.

And a cut and paste clutter job of interest only to fans of Texas A&M and Duke fans.

No wonder this sack missing imbecile routinely is known as THE WORST POSTER IN ALL OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL RELATED BLOGGING.

It's a Ganes thing, he never understands.


There was a discussion that you were in as well. You did not say anything about type-pad causing your name to be blue.

You are, without a doubt, the one that is posting under multiple names. You attempted to mislead the blog when there was a thorough discussion previously of your multiple name use. Now you try that again. You are worthless are caught in your lies.

Posted by: ChampCane | December 21, 2013 at 06:30 PM

^^^^^^^^^^

I have proven you time and again to be a liar so as I surmised in an earlier post you are both a pathological liar and are mentally ill, because no matter how many times you are proven to be wrong and a liar you post the same comment.

You were also one of the clowns wailing on about how Mike Leach would have been a much better choice than Al Golden...as Leach's team was outcoached and humiliated by that juggernaut...Colorado State!! Take the clown shoes and red nose off and quit playing with mommy's computer.

*In hindsight* (of course) WSU shouldn't have run the ball, but fumbles/ball security are not the fault of coaches.

Their defense was atrocious, but isn't ours as well lol?

Also, saw that UL has the 2nd best defense in the nation albeit their schedule.

I post using Typepad as well, my name never appears in blue, unless someone steals my name.

I see the clucking f...ing cluck clucker is back clucking his hatred for miami. Most of his or her posts are garbage. So why do we care? You dam cluck head

Dear Big Al Golden, I love grayp koolade. My second favurate is cherrie. Pleez mak me sum fur the bole game, cuz I will be very stirsty. I support yoo always Coche Golden. You are the very best coche in coolige football.

Lol chump cane U just did what U said U wouldnt do...

HarrietTubmanCane, thanks for pointing that out that the Typepad does not cause the name to appear in blue.

The fact there was already this discussion with many names. He acted as if he was not aware of my knowledge of his multiple names.

As Paul Mooney says, "he's got more nerve than a toothache".

This is just a blog, no need to make chit up here.

Damn, these Golden fans are beyond ridiculous.

Chumpcane...no difference than a toothache nerve and a non toothache nerve. But that doesnt stop u from changing ids. Must stink to be #72 in the country and go down to ga southeast

U should try chimpcane next.


*In hindsight* (of course) WSU shouldn't have run the ball, but fumbles/ball security are not the fault of coaches.

Their defense was atrocious, but isn't ours as well lol?

Also, saw that UL has the 2nd best defense in the nation albeit their schedule.

I post using Typepad as well, my name never appears in blue, unless someone steals my name.

Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | December 21, 2013 at 06:51 PM

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You use type-pad and your name doesn't appear in blue, you moron? You can't use type-pad without your name appearing in blue. Just another of your endless lies and ID's.

By the way, are you playing the Muslim role tonight? Are you riding around town with your Muslim cab driver friend, because that story was soooooo interesting...kinda like watching paint dry!!

As for your completely ignorant comment, "but fumbles/ball security are not the fault of coaches", of course that is in your top 10 stupid comments and of course had that been the case where an Al Golden team laid the ball on the ground 3 times with a little over a minute remaining in a game he was leading by 8 points and went on to lose by 3 points you would have been bellowing that it was all Al Golden's fault.

Look stupid, you were telling us all that Mike Leach is a better coach than Al Golden and anyone that knows anything about college football knows how painfully stupid that assertion is.

AL GOLDEN IS THE BEST COACH AND RECRUITER IN ALL OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL!!

Wait for someone else to post, multi-named blog liar. You've posted three comments in a row.

Again, I'm singed into Type-Pad and my name isn't in blue. Busted in another lie and projection. Never said Mike Leach was a overall better coach, even though skill-wise (X's and O stratagem), he is.

Funny that U neglected to refute the comment about our defense lol!

I would never blame golden for a RB fumbling, but I would blame him for running a play with :22 left in a game at our 20 yard line--the same criticism that i give Leach--so whats your point again?

That story about ND game was soooo boring THAT U STILL ADMITTEDLY REMEMBER IT TILL THIS DAY...self-exposed again. ROTF LMAO!

Troll on...


Again, I'm singed into Type-Pad and my name isn't in blue. Busted in another lie and projection. Never said Mike Leach was a overall better coach, even though skill-wise (X's and O stratagem), he is.

Funny that U neglected to refute the comment about our defense lol!

I would never blame golden for a RB fumbling, but I would blame him for running a play with :22 left in a game at our 20 yard line--the same criticism that i give Leach--so whats your point again?

That story about ND game was soooo boring THAT U STILL ADMITTEDLY REMEMBER IT TILL THIS DAY...self-exposed again. ROTF LMAO!

Troll on...

Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | December 21, 2013 at 08:11 PM

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Your type-pad lie is hilarious...much like your Chumpcane ID. Seriously, your sheer ignorance concerning type-pad makes my day. Let me go real slow for you Einstein...you can't be a type-pad member without your screen name appearing in the color blue, which stops losers like you from stealing screen names as when you use my screen name it will only appear in the color black.

And your lie about not posting comments that Mike Leach is a better coach than Al Golden are not even creative...just sad!

Now please...I am sitting in front of the fireplace drinking a cup of hot chocolate and hoping you will regale me and others in the age old children's favorite story...The Muslim Gator troll and cab driver Who Stole Christmas".

I had my name stolen and it became blue. You lied about me commenting on Mike Leach. You lied about me posting multi-name. But you did not say a word when I caught you posting twice under another name. You are the multi-name poster.

Prove anything U say. The type-pad stuff or repost my comments about Leach...please lol. U have no problems copying and pasting all kinds of other stuff from other sites, so it shouldn't be an errand--its actually your MO.

I wonder whats the contents of that "hot chocolate", surely something from "Big"Al as U call him or is it leftovers from your days of slurping Shannon, hence the "chocolate" reference.

Everyone's a gator troll, but are the only blogger here with a Gator name (that U refuse to explain other than that it makes Gator fan's mad while U post on a Canes blog site???) and u are a known troll...the irony and projection is immense.

A shahadah takes about 20 seconds...all this Muslim envy and unprovoked feelings of inferiority is unnecessary, do some more research and let me know what U want to do.

Zookster....these guys are idiots. I haven't used my typpad account since the Canes beatdown the gators. The only one to use my screenname is jlo and it appears in black every time.TROLLS...WHEN U ACTUALLY SIGN INTO TYPAD TO POST YOUR NAME APPEARS IN BLUE. ASK JESSE AT THE FELON BLOG AS HE POSTS OFTEN AND HIS NAME COMES UP BLUE. NO WONDER THEY CALL IT A DIPLOMA MILL.SHEESH!

Poor Harriet...she has lied so much that she even trips over her lying words in a post.

She's so pathetically desperate she actually tried to turn a comment about one of the Christmas favorites of drinking hot chocolate into a racist comment. It's a good thing I didn't tell the imbecile I was listening to the song; 'White Christmas'. Even for a belly dragger like Harriet that is as pathetic as it gets.

Harriet, sweetie, you are not going to send me on an errand regarding your thousands of lie filled posts to cull out the numerous times you claimed that Mike Leach was a better coach than Al Golden, which much to my happiness that myth created by you and the other haters was nuked today, much like all of your other lies that come back to bite you in your rotund arse.

Now, back to your poetic meanderings... "I'm a Muslim Woman Who's Best Friend is a Cab driver". Riveting stuff Harriett...lol!!

Even SNL's Jack Handey would hesitate including your insane ramblings in his "Deep Thoughts" segment.

You see how it works trolls?

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