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Cetera Bunche on younger brother and soon-to-be UM transfer Malcom: "He's in the best situation that any 22-year-old college transfer could ever be in.''

I spoke to the older sister and briefly to the father of UM offensive lineman Malcom Bunche, who is transferring to a yet-to-be-determined university to play his final season.

Malcolm, from Newark, Delaware, earned his bachelor's degree in liberal arts last month, and thus will be eligible to play immediately as a graduate student. His father, Curtis Bunche, told me today that Malcolm earned a "mid-grade'' draft evaluation by the NFL Draft Advisory Board, but that he wants to get more experience on the college level.

"He worked really hard in the classroom but he just kind of felt like he wanted to see what was out there,'' said Cetera Bunch, his sister. "With degree in hand he's going to try a bigger school, definitely a public school.''

Bunche, 6-7 and 327 pounds, played both guard and tackle sparingly in 12 games this season, making his lone start at left guard in the season opener against FAU.

Bunche was rated as a four-star recruit, and attended Milford Prep in New York for one semester.

 In the recent bowl loss to Louisville, Bunche came into the game once during an extra point on special teams. In 2012 he started all 12 games at left tackle.

Cetera Bunche, a Miami-based personal trainer who ran track at Hampton University in Virginia, wouldn't divulge the schools with which he has been in contact, but suffice it to say that she hinted they were big-time, public-school programs. Florida State is out, since Malcolm is not allowed to transfer to any ACC school, or to any opponent of UM's for next season.

The Gators are out, too.

"I would never wear orange and blue,'' Cetera said. "We only have room for one set of orange in our closets, and that's orange and green. We love Miami. Our whole family loves Miami. Malcolm has a great relationship with [offensive line] Coach [Art] Kehoe. 

"They played him very minimally this season, but Malcolm doesn't play the blame game. He's actually grateful. What my parents have taught us is if you want things to change, change the way you do things. So this was a very mature decision on his part.

"He's in a really good situation. He's in the best situation that any 22-year-old college transfer could ever be in. He has a great opportunity to show the world his college potential -- again. He has a variety of choices.''

Curtis Bunche said his son ''loves Art Kehoe but told his dad, "Pops, I want to see what it's like at a bigger university.''

Curtis Bunche said Malcolm also told him: "I didn't play much this year and after the fourth or fifth game it taught me to be more patient and supportive'' of the other linemen.

Two veteran starters on UM's line -- tackle Seantrel Henderson and guard Brandon Linder -- just finished their senior seasons and will enter the NFL Draft. Guard/Center Jared Wheeler also is leaving after finishing his senior season.

The left side of UM's line should be set with rising junior tackle Ereck Flowers and rising senior guard Jon Feliciano returning. Shane McDermott returns at center.

The Hurricanes like guard Danny Isidora, who broke his foot early in fall camp and played in two games. So expect him to battle for the starting spot on the right side as a redshirt sophomore. Also on the line will be promising 6-8 redshirt freshman tackle Sunny Odogwu, as well as Hunter Wells, Hunter Knighton and Alex Gall.

Two early enrollees are considered key future linemen: tackle Kc McDermott of Palm Beach Central and guard Trevor Darling of Miami Central. Expected to arrive in the summer are commitments Nick Linder at guard/center and Reilly Gibbons

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

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u. you are ridiculous. You want to come here to look as stupid as your grammar? Get the fu2k up the road. The best thing about Gainesville is any of the roads out of town.

Posted by: Sunny Dee | January 16, 2014 at 09:28 AM

Negative. We're a healthy Duke Johnson away from being at least 11-2 last season and playing FSU in the championship game. We are not on equal footing with UF. People that don't understand the game think losing Duke and having NCAA drama the last several years has no impact and continues to compare our season with teams that didn't go through similar challenges this season and prior. UF won 4 games! We won more than twice as many!

C'mon man.

Gators looose 4-Star recruits and replace them with 4 n 5-Star Studs.
but then again... U are U... The new U, Penn. St. SoUth U.
Posted by: u are u | January 16, 2014 at 03:52 PM
Uhhh, yeah. Who did you grab to replace Lane?
"Florida extends offer to three-star USF commit
by Robert Lopez"

A USF commit, you are begging to join you. Like shown before, Miami is competing with FSU, UF is competing with USF. UF is UF, four wins and fourth in the state.

"It's not great, to be, a Florida g8-losser".
"It's not great, to be, a Florida g8-losser".

21-16, you said you were going to leave, sicko.
4-8, you had no reason to return.
Lost to Georgia Southern and Georgia, so you would be fourth in Georgia, too, you had no room to brag.

But still, U are U, a sick obsessed troll who thinks joking about murder victims and claiming they are drug dealers is fun. It's a new year, and STILL you are here even after being ignored, pasting your lies everywhere and yet hiding when offered the chance to discuss your sick disgusting lies in person.


Believe me with a healthy Duke Johnson we are still 9-4. Quarterback play and defense doomed last year season Had Golden made a change at QB spot the season might have been special. 10-2 or 11-1 maybe.

canesallnight, we were up 30-28 on Duke, and had we had Duke Johnson, would have won that game.

And we had two fumbles against VT by two returners that were in there in place of Duke, ruining the momentum of that game.

No reason to claim that Duke would not have made a positive effect on those two games, when his replacements did far worse than him.

Mahoney - I don't think Duke would have made the difference between winning and losing against Duke (the school). Miami's defense was simply too porous in those games. Even without Duke, Miami still had 565 total yards, 186 yards on the ground, and averaged 6.4 yards per carry against Duke. The defense gave up 358 yards rushing and was eviscerated all game.

Against Va. Tech, Miami did struggle to run and clearly missed Duke. However, Va. Tech also had 550 total yards offense. Maybe if he were returning kicks and punts the fumbles would not have happened. I'll concede he could have been the difference in this game. Having said that, injuries are part of the game and Miami should have been able to beat Va. Tech without Duke. Also, don't forget that Miami nearly lost to a dreadful Wake Forrest team with Duke.

For me, it was not about the wins and losses but the way Miami lost the games and the way Miami struggled to beat mediocre or poor teams. Even the wins that now look good on paper (UVA, Pitt) were a struggle and were not decided until late because of the bad defense.

When I said UF and Miami are equal I did not mean "equal footing." I recognize that Miami has been hampered with the threat of sanctions and actual self-imposed sanctions (including self-imposed scholarship reductions and missed practices) whereas UF has not. What I meant was that if Miami and UF went head to head 10 times today they would probably split the series. I believe they are equal football teams at this point, despite UF's 4-8 record last year, which was partly the result of too many injuries to overcome but also due to their failure to address the QB situation.

Also, I hate to say this, but Miami was pressing their luck last season riding Duke. He never should have been out there on that 4th and 2 play against FSU that resulted in his terrible injury. Crawford had proven himself to be great in short yardage situations all season. Duke already had 22 carries and the game was already out of reach. Miami had capable running backs to spell Duke but chose not to use them.

Duke would have changed the outcome of our last games , Think about when we lost Duke and when we started giving up 500 yards per game . Its no coincidence. We would have gotten more first downs and changed time of possession hence less time for the other team to rack up yardage. Go Canes

Ga Cane - I think that is a fair point but Miami racked up 565 yards against Duke, had 28 first downs, and held the ball for 32 minutes. Also, they nearly lost to a Duke team that was far worse the previous year with Duke. With or without Duke, if the defense does not greatly improve next year it will be more of the same.

I do have some optimism that the defense will improve next year because there is going to be enormous pressure on D'O to change his philosophy if the results are the same.

If we weren't giving up 500 yard games last year when duke was healthy, the point about duke not being the game might be valid, but for 2 years in a row duke has scored over 44 points against us, let me be even more clearer, in 2 years duke has rolled up 93 points on us, i could careless what the offense is doing, if the offense is putting up 30 points in a game we should win the game period.

Keep in mind, the investigation hasn't hurt the offensive side of the ball in 2011 or 2012, almost all the offenses coaches worth something got promotions, people talk about the players rolling out, look how many coaches have rolled out on this moron. When you got to professional football coaches seeing some moron/bozo headcoach basically criticizing them when they've excelled at the highest level of football who does that imbecile think is going to stick around for that when you never said anything bad about clown 500.
Those guys were able to get hired an excel, the rest of the mac minions are stuck here.

The people that keep trying to defend this moron are either related or ghey, you can't defend these inept imbeciles, this moron has definitely jacked up UM with this makeshift coaching staff.

Loosing Collins last year was key!
He would have taken a load off Duke and take on the power running that Duke is not built for. It would have probably prevented his injury and our season would have been much better,12-2 11-3?
This year Duke should be at no more that 20 carries per game with Yearby taking on some of the load.We need Gus to continue to improve with his power running and start converting those 3rd and short.
We can't continue to loose out on the local talent that can contribute right away.
Cook
Valentine
Lane
Sony
Rudolph
Dixon
Collins
Mathews
Clark

All theses guys had either family or community ties to the U. They grew up Cane fans and some of their coaches played during the glory years. They were at one time committed or close to commit. GOT TO CLOSE!!!


247Sports Composite 2014 Top 50 Recruit Commits:
SEC (23)
ACC (8)
B1G (4)
Big 12 (3)
Pac-12 (1)
Undecided (11)

And 8 of the undecided 11 are down to just SEC Schools. And U will get NONE. But there are plenty of unranked 2-Stars that Golden will be handing out schollies to like raffle tickets that will start and be Ur 2-3 deep Depth.

2013 NFL Draft Picks:
SEC: 63
ACC: 31
Pac-12: 28
Big 12: 22
B1G: 22

2 X's as many.

Bowl record, last 5 seasons:
SEC (30-18)
AAC/BE (16-11)
Big 12 (20-19)
Pac-12 (16-19)
ACC (18-23)
Big 10 (15-24)

Yeah, the SEC is "over-rated". Facts are facts. Simply the BEST.

T.H.E. S.E.C.


Posted by: Five Titles | January 16, 2014 at 04:32 PM

Florida Gators coach Will Muschamp has flipped an ESPN 300 commitment for the third time in the past week.

Another Florida recruiting win

By flipping Thomas Holley from Penn State, Florida gains a stout defensive tackle while showing that a disappointing season hasn't carried over into recruiting.


The No. 51 prospect in the country, defensive tackle Thomas Holley (Brooklyn, N.Y./Lincoln), switched his commitment Wednesday from Penn State to Florida.

Last week, five-star cornerback Jalen Tabor (Washington, D.C./Friendship Academy) and four-star running back Brandon Powell (Deerfield Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach) flipped their commitments from Arizona and Miami, respectively, to the Gators.

U were saying ?

U dUmb clUcks looose 4-Stars commits and replace them with unranked and shooting 2-star scrubs ... Gators looose 4-Star recruits and replace them with 4 n 5-Star Studs.

but then again... U are U... The new U, Penn. St. SoUth U.

Like shown before, Miami is competing with FSU, UF is competing with USF. UF is UF, four wins and fourth in the state.

Posted by: Five Titles | January 16, 2014 at 04:32 PM

Yet the GATORS are Ranked ahead of U in EVERY Recruiting ranking and beat FSU recently while U've been smoked by the NOLES since forever and lost to USF.

How's that TOP-3 Recruiting Class coming along? Can U say, stone in the ocean ? While the GATORS will close with more top ranked kids while Goldie is handing out schollies to unranked and 2-star scrubs like 2 fer 1 coupons for Whoppers at Burger King.

KAAYA is next to say bUh bye to U.

247 Sports Composite 2014 Top 50 Recruit Commits:
SEC (23)
ACC (8)
B1G (4)
Big 12 (3)
Pac-12 (1)
Undecided (11)

And 8 of the undecided 11 are down to just SEC Schools. And U will get NONE. But there are plenty of unranked 2-Stars that Golden will be handing out schollies to like raffle tickets that will start and be Ur 2-3 deep Depth.

2013 NFL Draft Picks:
SEC: 63
ACC: 31
Pac-12: 28
Big 12: 22
B1G: 22

2 X's as many.

Bowl record, last 5 seasons:
SEC (30-18)
AAC/BE (16-11)
Big 12 (20-19)
Pac-12 (16-19)
ACC (18-23)
Big 10 (15-24)

Yeah, the SEC is "over-rated". Facts are facts. Simply the BEST.

T.H.E. S.E.C.


247 Sports Top-50 2014 Recruits

SEC (23)
ACC (8)
B1G (4)
Big 12 (3)
Pac-12 (1)
Undecided (11)

And 8 of the undecided 11 are down to just SEC Schools. And U will get NONE. But there are plenty of unranked 2-Stars that Golden will be handing out schollies to like raffle tickets at a fund raising convention that will start and be Ur 2-3 deep Depth.

2013 NFL Draft Picks:

SEC: 63
ACC: 31
Pac-12: 28
Big 12: 22
B1G: 22

2 X's as many.

Bowl record, last 5 seasons:
SEC (30-18)
AAC/BE (16-11)
Big 12 (20-19)
Pac-12 (16-19)
ACC (18-23)
Big 10 (15-24)

Yeah, the SEC is "over-rated". Facts are facts. Simply the BEST.

T.H.E. S.E.C.

canesallnight, we were up 30-28 on Duke, and had we had Duke Johnson, would have won that game.

And we had two fumbles against VT by two returners that were in there in place of Duke, ruining the momentum of that game.

No reason to claim that Duke would not have made a positive effect on those two games, when his replacements did far worse than him.

Posted by: Five Titles | January 16, 2014 at 04:35 PM


Duke would have changed the outcome of our last games , Think about when we lost Duke and when we started giving up 500 yards per game . Its no coincidence. We would have gotten more first downs and changed time of possession hence less time for the other team to rack up yardage. Go Canes

Posted by: Ga Cane | January 16, 2014 at 05:10 PM


The very definition of excUse U... Whhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh we lost 1 player that ruined our season. Booooo Hooooo. Try looosing a total of 12 pre-season starters for a total of over 100 total games between just them. Then another top 11 backups for a total of 65 games. That's a total of 23 Top players for over 160 total games and Ur crying about looosing 1 guy ? It's part of the game. Own Ur sUckness and then just win ONE COASTAL DIVISION to play for just ONE acc Championship since Ur ENTIRE Conference existance EVER ! Just ONE !

That's the difference between the sorry azzzz acc and schedule U played and the MIGHTY SEC which is KING of College Football (stats/facts above, not that u could understand them). But U wouldn't understand, Ur too busy coming up with more excuses and delusions of a first 10 Win Season next year in over a decade... U know 10 wins right ? Something Ur BIG BROTHERS, UF, FSU, USF and UCF have achieved over a DOZEN times the last Decade combined and 8 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS to Ur ZIP-ZERO-ZILCH.

but then again... u are u. Comprehension of why u continue to sUck is lost on U becaUse Ur too busy making up excuses about the past.

The new Penn. St./Temple South Philosophy Cane Thang.

Ifs, Buts, Whats, Coulda, Whoulda, Shoulda, Maybe and Next Year U ...



What I meant was that if Miami and UF went head to head 10 times today they would probably split the series. I believe they are equal football teams at this point, despite UF's 4-8 record last year, which was partly the result of too many injuries to overcome but also due to their failure to address the QB situation.

Posted by: Sunny Dee | January 16, 2014 at 04:46 PM

Reality, what a concept huh ?

And still, the GATORS and all their 2013 suckiness, NO EXCUSES, are vastly and widely considered by those in the know in the College Football World are a FAR Superior Program in are FAR SUPERIOR CONFERENCE than U.

N.O.T. E.V.E.N. C.L.O.S.E.

Everyone is talking about recruiting this and sanctions that...Excuses...When the the opponents run the same offensive plays on our defense and we (MIAMI) don't adjust or make any changes to stop them..That has nothing to do with sanctions. IT COMES DOWN TO COACHING!!!

Al gator is as ignorant as the rest of the fans...#1 gator is the one who brought up football. You're almost as bad as muschump thinking a new o coordinator is gonna fix your talent problem or jlo thinking all you need is a kicker.

Posted by: even your mascot is ignorant | January 16, 2014 at 05:27 PM


Cane fan types "#1 Gator" in response. Classic.

Holley is just the beginning of the epic closing that Will will compose. At least 2 more top 100 commits and 2-3 - 4-star flips and then maybe 2-3 schollies for a present walk-on and perhaps 1-2 "projects" to develope.

U know what "projects" are riiiiet Cane ClUcks ? Those would be the 12-14 once unranked and 2-Stars out of Ur 26 in Ur 2014 Class (HALF UR CLASS) that are now BARELY 3-stars (bumped to 3-stars so U'll by subscriptions for info on them because there is no info on them as they're NOT Top recruits wanted by ANY Top-Programs) offered by NO Top-Programs, including Urs. Combine them with the 12-14 in each of the last 3 years Golden has dealt out schollies like a Vegas dealer and U have nearly HALF of Ur ENTIRE Roster comprised of these scrubs that provide 2-3 deep depth. And then U have that dumb look on Ur faces when U have to axe going into Goldies 4th. year, "Why are we still young, inexperienced, unranked and sooo bad on 'efense and have no overall depth as a team?"

"PROJECT U" QuANTITY over QuALITY is the reason why U INSUFFERABLE, DUMB BLIND IN DENIAL CANE CLuCKS.

All together now ... "WAIT TIL NEXT YEAR !!!" "NO EXCuSES!!!"

Hola SOLDY !!! Que Pasa Compadre' ?

new blog please on what 2-stars we might get in feb. manny n susan ?

Gators looose 4-Star recruits and replace them with 4 n 5-Star Studs...

U looose 3-4 Stars and replace them with Unranked and 2-Stars...

but then again... U are U... The new U, Penn. St. SoUth U...

Posted by: u are u | January 16, 2014 at 03:52 PM


Uhhh, yeah. Who did you grab to replace Lane?
"Florida extends offer to three-star USF commit
by Robert Lopez"

A USF commit, you are begging to join you. Like shown before, Miami is competing with FSU, UF is competing with USF. UF is UF, four wins and fourth in the state.


Posted by: Five Titles | January 16, 2014 at 04:32 PM

Five-star Thomas Holley, a 6-foot-4, 299 pound Rivals100 prospect, is just the latest coup on the recruiting trail for Florida, including flipping the commitments of five-star cornerback Jalen Tabor, four-star tailback Brandon Powell and four-star defensive lineman Gerald Willis III.

2 - 5 Stars and 2 - 4-Stars in 5 days... 6 more Schoolies to go.

how U doing ?

gonna get that 2-star WR from Cali to make soon to be Bruin flip Kaaya happy ?

UM vs UF

All Time Series - UM 30 UF 26
( 2 decades of too Chicken to play the U. During that period UM 4 National Championships)

2000's - UM 6 Uf 1

Bowl Games - Peach and Orange UM 2. Uf 0

Last Metting - UM 21 Uf 16

Presently. - Uf still avoiding playing Canes.

That's the Facts Gatorgirl!

Now got to your room and jack-off about getting Holley. Half the Schools in NYC don't have football teams.

Things are looking up at the U. Coach Golden is the right man for the job. He will produce a tough, conditioned and fast team that will be a force. Hope he does stay for the long haul.

First goal - Coastal division winner.
Go Canes!

Posted by: dbc | November 28, 2011 at 12:27 PM

Posted by: dbc

huh? We just lost to Boston College in our "bowl game" and we extneded this guy who is over his head. We could go undefeated and still won't be in the ACC title game next year. We are years from being good if at all.

Posted by: Canesalltheway | November 28, 2011 at 12:34 PM

Jesus H. Christ ...

U nUmbnuts are 4 days removed from getting handled by a 3-8 B.C. team at home to drop U to 6-6 and now this ?

Can't wait for Spring !!!

These's recruits are beasts !!!

Golden's got this !!!

Morris a Heisman canadite !!!

We'll Win the Coastal !!!

ACC Champs in 2012 !!!

11-1 or 10-2 at worse !!!

A BCS Bowl Win !!!

National Champs in 2013 !!!

.

Wash-Rinse-Repeat ...

.


but, nothing to see here riiiieeet Cane Fan ?

Posted by: There U Goes Agains ... | November 29, 2011 at 02:36 PM


How'd that 2013 Season National Championship game work out Cane Fan ?

21-13.


Duke would have changed the outcome of our last games , Think about when we lost Duke and when we started giving up 500 yards per game . Its no coincidence. We would have gotten more first downs and changed time of possession hence less time for the other team to rack up yardage. Go Canes

Posted by: Ga Cane | January 16, 2014 at 05:10 PM

Absolutely. As much as people harp on coaching they neglect to mention depth and lack of playmakers. We had Mcgahee, Portis, Gore. When one went down a different stud came in. The way the offense was being run, without a Duke Johnson leading the running game we couldn't get first downs and were easier to defend. When Duke or another home run hitter is in the backfield defenses have to honor the run bit more and can't double/roll over on receivers. Duke is a threat just being on the field.

That translates to more plays against the defense and, again with limited depth/talent, it doesn't take long to expose/tax the defense.

And this doesn't get any better as the game goes on..

Just win S. Fla and then the division. One step at a time.

This team needs a change of venue. Go back to the OB. Dolphin stadium is not working.

wait til Kaaya gets a load of those U Facilities in a few weeks then flies back to L.A ...

### Among uncommitted players, the most highly-regarded prospects being pursued by UM are the nation’s No. 1 receiver, Louisiana-based Malachi Dupre (ESPN's Jeremy Crabtree told me he will visit UM this weekend but “most believe he’s LSU bound”) and Hialeah Champagnat defensive tackle Travonte Valentine (LSU is his leader, but Miami is very much in it).

### Three-star Jacksonville receiver Isaiah Ford, who wants to play both football and basketball, reportedly plans to visit Miami after attracting recent interest. Louisville, South Carolina and Virginia Tech are among others under consideration... UM needs all the quality linebackers it can get, so the Hurricanes have some reason for concern that Pompano Beach Ely prospect/UM oral commitment Terry McCray plans to visit Alabama and LSU. McCray can play inside linebacker (a big need area for UM) as well as outside linebacker.... Several UM coaches on Thursday visited four-star Imokalee cornerback JC Jackson, a soft UF oral commitment who also is considering Miami and FSU.

### Please see the last post for more UM recruiting news from Thursday.

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I would rail on lil ol Barry, Uncle Neil style, but he's just trying to Bullsheeet U. 4 or 5 names there and not a ONE is committing to U. Just Mid. Jan. Sunshine "visits". Then there's the other 4-5 nice commits that are about to bail. Young Barry won't write to U about that now, but come Feb. , it'll be old news. And another 5-6 2 stars will be in the fold come signing day.

Golden's out recruiting right now ... unranked, 2 and barely soon to be 3 star Ed Reed nobodys though.


lemme guess, 2015 acc and National Championship run huh ?

11-1/10-2 riiieeet ?


uR qb ?


U r u


Keep dreaming .

Reality - 21- 16

but then again... U are U... The new U, Penn. St. SoUth U.
Posted by: #1 SEC ... and u are still u | January 16, 2014 at 06:36 PM
A 4-8 teams' obsessed fan has to jump on his conference, while trying to diss our conference.

Oh wait, the ACC beat the SEC in the title game, making your claim that much weaker, sicko.

What was the big gatr news for this week?

Boston Police: Aaron Hernandez Believed To Be Shooter In 2012 Double Murder

http://nesn.com/2014/01/report-boston-police-believe-aaron-hernandez-was-shooter-in-2012-double-murder/

You were saying?

4-8, 21-16, 5 > 3, fourth in the STATE (unless we look at Bethune Cookman as ahead of you, too, since they had a better record and would not have lost to Georgia Southern), and yet you are STILL on here daily. Nobody CARES about your team, you can leave. Your dead blog will appreciate your attention, sicko.

You have been asked politely to leave us alone. You are not a rival, you are not on the schedule, and you were 4-8 last year, good for FIFTH in the state.

FSU would not have lost to Georgia Southern.
Miami would not have lost to Georgia Southern.
UCF would not have lost to Georgia Southern.
Bethune Cookman would not have lost to Georgia Southern.
I believe even USF would not have lost to Georgia Southern.

Yet you are here daily rather than worrying about your own team on your own blog.

Perhaps you should worry more about Aaron Hernandez and Ermon Lane and less about Miami recruits.

Funny how when Tracy Howard came down for a visit, we were told it was just a sunshine visit, yet he signed with the U and intercepted your team in the process.

When you lie constantly, and then have to dig out three year old posts in the hopes of twisting their comments in your favor, you lead a sad life.

We have seen your "all gator" claims get burned by Miami, FSU, Alabama, Arkansas and many others over the years. This year will be no different, except for the names that choose to avoid that sinking ship in Gainesville.

21-16, your cheap attacks cannot change that. And funny how you try to blame that on injuries, when you were healthy and even had your arrested players come back early for that game.

Current rankings on Scout.

http://recruiting.scout.com/a.z?s=73&p=9&c=14&yr=2014

Miami is second in the ACC behind FSU. That is expected after the great year they have had. The ACC teams are our peers, so that is what really matters, is how we are doing against our conference opponents.

Worrying about how the SEC pays off players (gotta feed the fam) does not impact us since the only SEC team in the state is afraid to face us. So there is no reason to be concerned with news out of Gainesville. We have seen that they will end up doing worse with those undeveloped three and four star players they purchase. They are sixth in their conference, so they will only end up doing even worse in conference for years to come.

And despite the higher ranking for UF each year for 2009 through 2013 (the players Miami had to face on Spetember 7th), they STILL lost to Miami. So all that bluster about what they have done by taking Powell at the last minute is just that, bluster about being the best 4-8 team in the NCAA.

Five you shouldn't waste your breath with that moron, I mean him being on our blog, when his team has enough to worry about should tell you his IQ. We have a nice group of visitors coming this weekend, and the weather will be nice and hopefully it'll all go well.

Just making sure we focus on the important things when it comes to recruiting. We have one team that is in our way, and that is Florida State. Players that we are both looking at need to be worked hard on as a double win, by taking from them as well as gaining for us. What other teams do will not matter in the end since they are not on our schedule.

I hope we can solidify Valentine, as we need serious DL help. Getting Chad Thomas is a God send, and Bama is working him hard. Looks like we don't have to worry about losing D Jackson to TT, he cancelled his trip, so looks like Nigel will be on his own over there.

TT lost their QB, so that tumble might even carry over to Bethel. All these things work out in the end.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1924535-texas-tech-football-michael-brewers-transfer-means-its-davis-webbs-time-at-qb

They have ONE quarterback.

serioUsly, new blog ? anything ?

a 2- star ?


oooooohhhhhh ... a silent commit ?


aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh


Soldy, any update on the Aaron Hernandez murder arrest? I was hoping he was going back to Gainesville to coach TEs on that gatr ethics, but looks likely he will be changing position from Tight End to Wide Receiver in a Massachusetts Prison.
Posted by: Curse Piggy | January 17, 2014 at 11:30 AM

One TE did no harm to anyone, the other did the ultimate crime to an innocent man. Yet here you are, attacking a former Cane when you have so many stones that could be thrown into your glass house, sick hypocrite.

We have almost 200 comments on here, we do not need to fulfill YOUR demand for a new blog. Meanwhile, how many comments are in YOUR dead blog, other the same stuff you have cut and pasted off of here? 4. F O U R. Sounds like the gatr fans are real excited about their upcoming season.

Your blog is so dead, because you killed it. Our blog is alive, because we refused to let you kill it. See the difference? Anything you get near either dies or wishes it was dead, piggy.

Don't feed the troll.

The NCAA is looking to close the loophole in this grant-in aid agreement that Cook and some others misused. The idea was that they could sign with ONE school, not that they could jump from school to school like Cook did.

That is a good thing, because it was meant to be for the school they were committing to, and not just for every offer they got.

Cook signed with Miami, but then the other schools started nipping at his heels, and he fell for their tricks. Disappointing, that he did not follow Yearby to the better choice. They could have been teammates another four years. His mistake....

I saw this about Frank Gore, for those that recall his awesome days with the Canes. Will another Cane win another Super Bowl like Reed and Lewis did last year?
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San Francisco 49ers' running back Frank Gore is the franchise's all-time leading rusher, but one elusive goal still remains in his sights: hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. Frank Gore zig-zags his way for important gains up the middle, or to break a big run outside on the edge.
At this stage of his career, San Francisco's veteran running back is still among the best in the game at seeing holes in an opposing defense before they actually appear. And you can bet Gore gets a thrill out of surprising opponents who figure he might have lost a step now that he's 30.
"I like when they think that," Gore said with a grin. "That's why I sneak up on a lot of guys in the open field. They think ... well, I'm not going to tell my secrets. In the open field, you see me, I can't run you over, but sometimes I also can make you miss, too. That has helped me out a lot."
Just like most of his teammates, Gore would like to make a statement at Seattle in Sunday's NFC championship game as the 49ers (14-4) try to return to the Super Bowl despite lopsided losses in their last two road games against their NFC West nemesis.
Establishing the running game from the start against a talented and physical Seattle front seven will be a key factor in determining whether San Francisco takes that next step to the NFL's big stage in the Big Apple.
"He works. He works at his craft, from before practice doing drills to being in meetings, going over protections, knowing where he wants to hit different holes and ultimately going out and performing," quarterback Colin Kaepernick said. "He's a true professional."
Coach Jim Harbaugh calls Gore a "mystical man" for his uncanny knack at reading defenses and anticipating opponents' tendencies. Harbaugh remembers his first conversation with Gore, a 30-minute chat on a balcony overlooking the practice fields.
"Then it's been daily, hourly since then," Harbaugh said. "So, my admiration is as high as my admiration can be."
Gore is thankful for his football instincts. Finding openings in the defense is not something he studied. He insists he has always had the ability, perhaps more noticeable now that the 49ers are a consistent winner again.
"I just see things happen before it shows," Gore said Wednesday. "God blessed me to find the small spots, get in the small spots, see the holes. ... Just in the flow of the game. I guess everybody's watching us now because we're winning. You can go back and see my film before Coach Harbaugh even came. I think that's probably one of the reasons I still have successful seasons."
Gore doesn't have a snazzy nickname like Seahawks counterpart Marshawn Lynch and his "Beast Mode" moniker. He doesn't mind one bit.
"I don't care, man, as long as we win and people respect my game — my peers who I play against, my coaches, my teammates — that's all I worry about," Gore said.
He certainly has that. Gore finished with 1,128 yards and nine touchdowns for his franchise-record seventh 1,000-yard season in a nine-year career.
And one memorable Gore run is still plenty fresh for the Seahawks.
Gore's misdirection 51-yard burst set up a go-ahead 22-yard field goal by Phil Dawson with 26 seconds remaining in the 49ers' 19-17 victory over the Seahawks at Candlestick Park on Dec. 8.
"Frank Gore had a great run the last time we played," Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. "They were running the ball OK in that game, they were competitive and all of that, and then they busted one that changed the game and gave them all of the numbers. ... He did it again the other day, he busted one again. He's really capable, he's a fantastic runner, he's got great sense, and he's got as good a sense in the line of scrimmage as anybody that's playing in the game."

From what little I know about the grant in aid agreements:

They were a reaction to the Nick Sabanesque over promising schollys, then rescinding them once the better of two recruits filled a position need; GIAA resulting in promised schollys being locked down, thereby preventing the Sabans from over-offering.

Blowback and the law of unintended consequences now being seen by players quickly regaming the system to THEIR advantage.

Interesting development.

And here was one about former Cane Antrel Rolle. Notice how he is turning around and giving to his community, like many great Canes have been doing.
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The Giants safety and co-captain will be honored for his great play and philanthropic efforts.
Despite an excellent season in which he record 80 solo tackles, a career-high two sacks, and a career-high six interceptions, New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle wasn’t rewarded with a Pro Bowl selection for the 2013 season. Even worse, the Giants failed to make the playoffs for the third time in Rolle’s fourth year with the team. The veteran won’t head into the offseason with a complete lack of hardware, though.
On Tuesday it was announced that Rolle one of the recipient of the 2014 Thurman Munson Awards. The honor is named after the late captain and catcher of the New York Yankees and is given to New York sports icons whose success on the field is matched by their philanthropic efforts off of it.
Rolle will be honored at a dinner party on February 4. Benefits of the dinner go to the AHRC New York City Foundation, which assists children and adults with disabilities. The awards dinner has over time raised $12 million to support the foundation. Thurman’s widow Diana will be attending the benefit dinner for the 34th consecutive year, as she has been involved since its inception.
In addition to his terrific play on defense for the past four seasons with New York, Rolle has stood out by not missing a game with his tenure with the Giants. He’s also very charitable, and his philanthropic work includes setting up scholarships and donating to his alma mater South Dade High School outside of Miami.

I see 5 douches is all worked up again about that infamous "name changing fellow" who to this day haunts him. Seriously 5, you think all these different posts are from the same guy? Am I that same guy? Or are you the one? Hard to say who is who.
What is not hard to see is that Alverage Golden had a "highly ranked" recruiting class back last Summer but it is falling apart fast.
Too funny all you dumb butts who claim you lost several games due to the Duke's injury. One guy goes down and you fall apart? Most idiotic thing posted here ia a while.


Too funny all you dumb butts who claim you lost several games due to the Duke's injury. One guy goes down and you fall apart? Most idiotic thing posted here ia a while.

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I'd say what's funny is your remark that the class is falling apart, whoaaaa look out, we dropped a few spots, so what?? NOBODY'S class ranking is certain until Feb 5th, so your post is rather childish, along with your screen name. Why is it all you kids can't just come on a blog with your real honest screen name, instead of ALWAYS changing it to make it as though others agree with you, or to validate something you're saying?

It is well known that my screen name is true unless you are a blind, delusional Coral Gables ostrich.
Everyone knows the ACC is the weakest of the big time conferences.
Everyone knows the canes have never sniffed their conference championship game.
Everyone knows that despite having a "good" record this one season the canes can't compete in their most weak conference as evidenced by my first point. And also by the fact that they are the only 9 win team not ranked in any of the final polls. While over 20 other teams with the same or worse record are either ranked or in the "others receiving votes" category. Everyone knows the "good" record is a product of playing doormat teams and that every time they play a good team they lose.


Everyone knows that despite having a "good" record this one season the canes can't compete in their most weak conference as evidenced by my first point. And also by the fact that they are the only 9 win team not ranked in any of the final polls. While over 20 other teams with the same or worse record are either ranked or in the "others receiving votes" category. Everyone knows the "good" record is a product of playing doormat teams and that every time they play a good team they lose.

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So what's your point? Just glance on this blog once an hour and you'll see we ALREADY know this, so who're trying to convince? Jeez tell us something we don't know. Right now we just hope to have a nice recruiting class, and improve on last season, pretty much like EVERYONE else. With all your ACC sucks and can't compete screen names, it sure is funny that an ACC team WON the National Title! I'd say EVERYONE knows you're an IDIOT!!!

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