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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: Cola Cane | December 22, 2013 at 03:03 PM
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If this bUbba cola could be SPECIFIC and what not. Then perhaps he wouldn't have to come on with his lousy, REBUTTALS. hUh

Chit, that cola cane bUbba be one dude who brings forth his CLOUDY, MURKY generalizations of the Orange nd' Green sort. Over and over and over.

But then again, he's just another walking CONTRADICTORIAN of the homo homo sapien sort. dUh

I have confidence in the students that are top athletes gaining admission to The University of Miami.

The internet can help these kids of today. In ways the library, encyclopedias, etc. was able to for past generations.


I have confidence in the students that are top athletes gaining admission to The University of Miami.

The internet can help these kids of today. In ways the library, encyclopedias, etc. was able to for past generations.

Posted by: ChampCane | December 22, 2013 at 03:16 PM
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Voila. Heck, SIXTY-FIVE PERCENT ( 65% ) of university courses are ONLINE, and what not, today He!!, that numerical figure could be higher. If U Know What I Mean. hUh

Under The so called "greatest coach in football" this defense has gotten worst each year. In his first year the so called greatest coach in football had mostly Shannon's players, but as Shannon's players left the defense got worst. So either Goldilocks can't develop players or he can't coach. Which is it?

....but, but, but the NCAA, you say? What does the NCAA have to do with a guy like Chick not becoming an all ACC player at this point? What does the NCAA have to do with this defense getting smashed by the same five plays for three weeks straight, ending in an emasculating lost to Duke.

I agree with other posters that have noted that perhaps Goldilocks doesn't understand the culture or brand of football played in Miami. This is the slowest and most unathletic defense I have ever seen at Miami. But to make matters worst Goldilocks refuses to address the most glaring problem.....his best friend! That is my frustration with the situation, Texas axed their DC and saw immediate results but we're supposed to be loyal to the worst DC in Miami's history because he's Goldilocks' best friend? Gtfoh!

First off D I was NOT talking to you, as CLEARLY you have no idea what we're talking about, so if you're going to chime in on someone else's convo, how bout knowing what the F it's about.
Champ again all I meant was that back in the 80's the entrance requirements for Miami were MUCH looser than they are now, so guys that got in back then, either have to go to prep school or go to UF or FSU. That's all I meant dude.

Let me rephrase, 'the type of guys that got in back then', in todays landscape would need to go to prep school or go to UF or FSU as they have less academic standards then the U.

Stanford fields great teams with much higher academic standards than Miami, stop making excuses for Goldilocks

It looked as though Buffalo was fighting for a playoff spot and the Dolphins were just playing out the string...one of the worst efforts and preparation I have ever seen from a Dolphin team. Making this all the worse is that effort came against a second string QB and a middle of the road opponent.


Under The so called "greatest coach in football" this defense has gotten worst each year. In his first year the so called greatest coach in football had mostly Shannon's players, but as Shannon's players left the defense got worst. So either Goldilocks can't develop players or he can't coach. Which is it?

....but, but, but the NCAA, you say? What does the NCAA have to do with a guy like Chick not becoming an all ACC player at this point? What does the NCAA have to do with this defense getting smashed by the same five plays for three weeks straight, ending in an emasculating lost to Duke.

I agree with other posters that have noted that perhaps Goldilocks doesn't understand the culture or brand of football played in Miami. This is the slowest and most unathletic defense I have ever seen at Miami. But to make matters worst Goldilocks refuses to address the most glaring problem.....his best friend! That is my frustration with the situation, Texas axed their DC and saw immediate results but we're supposed to be loyal to the worst DC in Miami's history because he's Goldilocks' best friend? Gtfoh!

Posted by: Is it football season yet | December 22, 2013 at 03:36 PM

You start you first paragraph with an easily refuted lie and expect anyone to take what you say seriously.

But, here's the real issue, you don't even have the balls to use just one screen name...you are a portrait in courage!! LOL!!


Stanford fields great teams with much higher academic standards than Miami, stop making excuses for Goldilocks

Posted by: Is it football season yet
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Again if you're going to chime in on someone's convo, know what the F they're talking about. No one is making excuses for AG we were talking about the guys we got in the 80's if they were to get into the U today.


Stanford fields great teams with much higher academic standards than Miami, stop making excuses for Goldilocks

Posted by: Is it football season yet | December 22, 2013 at 04:08 PM
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Even mighty Notre Dame has relatively stronger academic entrance requirements than Miami, Florida. hUh


You start you first paragraph with an easily refuted lie and expect anyone to take what you say seriously.

But, here's the real issue, you don't even have the balls to use just one screen name...you are a portrait in courage!! LOL!!

Posted by: Ron Zook | December 22, 2013 at 04:19 PM
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Seriously ron DORK, your spiel is getting BORING, TRITE and what not!

And the " first paragraph " posted by U Know Who isn't a lie!!

Because both your boy's Goldie nd' Marky Mark INHERITED a solid Top 25 defense ( No. # 22 ) team defense in 2011...

and proceeded to turn that legitimate TOP TWENTY-FIVE ( #22 ) Cane defense into an ugly NO.45 team defense in 2011!!!

Matter of fact, in each and every season since the inaugural Hurricane football season for Goldie. Thee Carpetbagger's so-called defense has steadily become P-U-T-R-I-D!!! Bloody ouch.

Chit, Miami has FINISHED LAST in team defense in 2012 and now this season in the lowly A.C.C.!!!! dUh

Nevertheless, I'll let mighty Louisville and QB Teddy provide more SOLID EVIDENCE on that SUCCESSFUL Golden and D'Onofrio defense!!!!!!

QB Teddy and his posse on offense, gonna' lay it on Marky Mark's defense come this Saturday night.

Because, ron DORK and the rest of y'all Cane hooligans was HATING and DISRESPECTING on Teddy's immediate family and mother. Ouch!

Posted by: Cola Cane | December 22, 2013 at 04:20 PM
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What ever bUbba!!

Oh, you ain't got no Cane credit, because you CONTINUALLY defend both Goldie and your boy Marky Mark's defense!!! dUh

You all are talking about teams with a higher football budget, no NCAA cloud, and arguably better coaching over the last several years. Yet they have managed to win the same amount of national championships as []_[] during that time, and are in no better position moving forward.

Not nearly impressed by the comparison.

come again.

And let's get real. This has nothing to do with Stanford or "mighty" Notre Dame. This is and always will be about S. Fla kids that want to stay in state. Who cares about those other programs? It's not relevant to the conversation. Miami's higher academic standards drive kids to instate rivals.

Posted by: Cola Cane | December 22, 2013 at 03:41 PM
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Furthermore, I got no RESPECT for you, next man, ron DORK and like-minded Cane MINIONS, whom BLAME(d) the Hurricane defensive players for what ails the Hurricane defense this season and the past two seasons.

When, EIGHTY PERCENT ( 80% ) of the problems on defense are due to Goldie nd' Marky Mark's ploys, schemes and so-called defensive philosophy!


Oh, you ain't got no Cane credit, because you CONTINUALLY defend both Goldie your boy Marky Mark's defense!!! dUh

Posted by: D
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Now I know what the (duh) means in all your posts, it means you're a DUMB AZZZZ, lol. Your stupid comment shows your ignorance, NEVER in ANY of my posts do I defend Dno, NONE, zilch. I think AG is good for the program, but have said MANY times Dno is on a short leash, and needs to be shown the door if he lets down in this bowl game. I invite you to view any of my prior posts as well, but you won't because paying ATTENTION seems to be what's missing in that huge EMPTY space between your shoulders.

Seriously, has either Golden or D'Onofrio's particular team defenses been in the LEGITIMATE TOP 35 rung. Let alone a Top 25 defense. While Thee Carpetbagger's were at VIRGINIA or TEMPLE. dUh

Nevertheless, Goldie nd' Marky Mark will field winning teams at Miami.

UNFORTUNATELY for Cane bUbba. Those winning campaigns WON'T be the " 11-1 " or undefeated variety. Ouch

And I'll let major college football history be my judge. hUh

Lmao! You really believe that there's only one person that consistently reads this blog that's not sold on Goldilocks?! Ooooooooooook! Lol! Tell yourself whatever you need to, it doesn't refute the fact that this defense has gotten worst. Well a lil better this year against a weaker schedule. This DC's signature performance came against a OC who has since been fired. But you and your shower buddy Goldilocks can't see that, so make all the excuses you like. I'm laughing at you like Louisville's OC must be laughing watching game tape of our defense.......gtfoh with your blind allegiance to the worst DC in Miami history

Cola don't get your Vicky secrets in a bunch.....I'm not impressed by Internet tough guys


Cola don't get your Vicky secrets in a bunch.....I'm not impressed by Internet tough guys

Posted by: Is it football season yet
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Not worried about impressing you, and wasn't speaking to you. If someone is going to make a comment about my posts, at least have the decency to make a true statement as D did NOT do.

Miami will the game against Louisville with Ryan at QB . Ryan is discipline enough to stay within high percentage pass completions, screens included. Due to pride and free lancing this defense will look top ten worthy on this day. Coach D will be praised for a job well done and the greatest college football coach. Al Golden will say the process is working.

Miami football recruiting 2014: Hurricanes upgrading defense with big bodies

By Scott Coleman  @scottcoleman55

Furthermore, I got no RESPECT for you, next man, ron DORK and like-minded Cane MINIONS, whom BLAME(d) the Hurricane defensive players for what ails the Hurricane defense this season and the past two seasons.

When, EIGHTY PERCENT ( 80% ) of the problems on defense are due to Goldie nd' Marky Mark's ploys, schemes and so-called defensive philosophy!

Posted by: D | December 22, 2013 at 04:43 PM

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RESPECT! With the caps? lol.

from you? do you read your posts?

Like i said before, i used to think you were tongue and cheek n all, but you're serious as a heart-attack. You really take yourself seriously...smh

you're funny dude.

Seriously, has either Golden or D'Onofrio's particular team defenses been in the LEGITIMATE TOP 35 rung. Let alone a Top 25 defense. While Thee Carpetbagger's were at VIRGINIA or TEMPLE. dUh

Nevertheless, Goldie nd' Marky Mark will field winning teams at Miami.

UNFORTUNATELY for Cane bUbba. Those winning campaigns WON'T be the " 11-1 " or undefeated variety. Ouch

And I'll let major college football history be my judge. hUh

Posted by: D | December 22, 2013 at 04:51 PM

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"Named defensive coordinator by Virginia head coach Al Groh in 2001, Golden became the youngest defensive coordinator in Division I-A.[1] He had spent the previous season at his alma mater, Penn State University, serving as linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator under Joe Paterno.[1] From 2001 to 2004, the Cavaliers' defense improved under his tutelage, ranking 108th in total defense in his first year to ranking 18th in total defense in 2004. In the same time period, Virginia's scoring defense went from 74th in the nation (27.6 ppg) to 17th (17.7 ppg) utilizing Golden's 3–4 defense."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Golden_(American_football)

Seriously, has either Golden or D'Onofrio's particular team defenses been in the LEGITIMATE TOP 35 rung. Let alone a Top 25 defense. While Thee Carpetbagger's were at VIRGINIA or TEMPLE. dUh

Nevertheless, Goldie nd' Marky Mark will field winning teams at Miami.

UNFORTUNATELY for Cane bUbba. Those winning campaigns WON'T be the " 11-1 " or undefeated variety. Ouch

And I'll let major college football history be my judge. hUh

Posted by: D | December 22, 2013 at 04:51 PM
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"Mark D'Onofrio is in his third season as Miami's defensive coordinator. In 2011, D'Onofrio's defense finished the season ranked ninth in the nation in red zone defense and 21st in scoring defense, holding opponents to an average of 20.08 points per game. The Canes' defense held foes to seven points below scoring average on the season, while holding Ohio State, Georgia Tech, Florida State and South Florida to a combined 22 points below scoring average. The defense, under D'Onofrio's guidance, finished strong and proved stingy, giving up an average of only 13.5 points in the last five games of the season...

"Under D'Onofrio's tutelage, he transformed a Temple defense ranked last in the NCAA upon his arrival to 17th in 2010..."

http://www.hurricanesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=205558561

He's going the wrong way NOW!!

From 2001 to 2004, while Al Golden was the defensive coordinator of Virginia, the ACC only had one team finish at number 10 in the polls. That is a sign of a weak conference.

While only one team had just two losses, during that time. With all other years with losses of 3, or greater. Which represents a low period in the strength of the ACC.

This signifies a lack of accomplishment by Al Golden in a weak conference.

Next Man []_[]p,

Now you've gone and done it!! Posting facts that refute the haters lies will cause a uprising where they will be using all of their various aliases to howl and create even more lies.

I love it my friend...great work!!

Zook, I know the class is ranked high, but it's not just size we need. These players don't seem to be learning techniques. I agree with "72 the 4-3 is a better defense for the college ranks. Instinct and reaction, aggressiveness is being lost with the 3-4. Even the bama defense isn't creating the pass rush as before. I have heard the weight room stuff, size, and toughness now for 3 years, and it's not enough. I hope these kids hang in and come here, but D is right, we need better coaching. Blame who you want, but the talent we have now should be doing better. GO CANES

The reason I, sometimes, respond to those posters of hatred.

Posted by: ChampCane | December 22, 2013 at 02:35 PM

But sometimes I overlook those haters. That have not posted evidence to prove their points.

What does *improvements* made at lowly Temple 4 years ago, have to do with the Canes right now?

Weak sauce--come again please.

Just try to make a post about the Miami Hurricanes and not their coach.

There must be a new team called the Al Golden Excuses and the mascot must be the Holy Binder.

This blog is for Canes fans...bye.

What does *improvements* made at lowly Temple 4 years ago, have to do with the Canes right now?

Weak sauce--come again please.

Just try to make a post about the Miami Hurricanes and not their coach.

There must be a new team called the Al Golden Excuses and the mascot must be the Holy Binder.

This blog is for Canes fans...bye.

Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | December 22, 2013 at 11:37 PM
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ROFL, when they start talking bout top 10 in redzone %, and top 20 in points against and this and that(more of these off brand stats)you know right than and their theyn ot playing real defense.

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