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Canes hope to parlay talented recruiting class, loaded starting rotation into first Omaha trip since 2008

The Miami Hurricanes open the baseball season this Friday -- Valentine's Day night -- against the visiting Maine Black Bears, a team which won the American East Conference and finished 37-22 last season.

Every year Jim Morris says he's excited about his team and its chances to get back to Omaha for the College World Series. But this year it looks like the Hurricanes actually have the talent to deliver on those hopes.

UM landed its best recruiting class in years and has one of the nation's top starting rotations with junior left-handers Chris Diaz (7-5, 1.64), Bryan Radziewski (9-3, 1.78), Andrew Suarez (3-6, 3.95) and senior right-hander Javi Salas (5-5, 3.18) all returning.

The issue -- as it usually is lately with UM -- will be offense. The Hurricanes finished 11th out of 12 ACC teams in batting average (.257) and runs scored (278) last year. But that's where the freshmen are supposed to come in and help. 

First baseman Zack Collins (27th round draft choice in 2013) and right fielder Willie Abreu (14th round), two left-handed bats, are expected to help sophomore third baseman David Thompson (.286, 6 HRs, 48 RBI) provide more oomph in the lineup.

Collins (Plantation American Heritage) and Abreu (Hialeah Mater Academy)  grew up huge Hurricanes fans and close friends since the age of six.

Abreu said he used to sit along the third baseline at Mark Light Field and taunt opposing hitters and pitchers and called one of his coolest moments getting a foul ball he caught signed with by the late Ron Fraser. Collins said his thrill was getting on the field as a kid alongside Gaby Sanchez and watching former Canes catcher Yasmani Grandal launch a home run into the third deck of the parking garage.

Collins, by the way, says he's already put a few balls into the same spot Grandal did during practice. One UM coach said Collins has the kind of power Yonder Alonso did.

For more on the Canes baseball team check out the collection of video interviews from today's media day session. I've posted a couple of the best ones here.

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Why do they always open the season against teams from the North that haven't even been able to practice on a baseball field before the season starts? Last year it was Albany (NY) and they had snow on the ground, freezing temperatures, and had only practiced in a gymnasium before heading down to Florida. This year, we get a team from Maine where it's even colder than NY. Sounds like Morris is trying to schedule teams that need Miami just to get outside and practice on a baseball field.

Moron they want to come down to get out of the cold weather. It's like a spring training for schools like Maine. This has been going on for years

Met Ron Fraser.He was the greatest.Terriffic love and enthusiasm for college baseball.Did more for college baseball than any other college Coach.Canes were fortunate to have him but he felt the same toward them.

Bob bba dumb arse... the point is that these are real games that count towards their season record... this is not spring training for student athletes that have classes to attend at their universities... why schedule teams that obviously aren't ready to play a real game? It's like scheduling a basketball game against a team that has no court or gymnasium to practice in. Seems like a farce to me. Why buy season tickets when the first home series or two are going to be against teams that are going to look like the bad news bears? It's bad baseball, even if it's for an easy 3 wins to start the year. I wouldn't spend my money to watch a poor baseball game just because it's a guaranteed Canes win.

Bazeball velly velly gud to Chico Escuela..

Maine back in the 80s when U baseball took off like Football did, I was a kid but remember the 82/83/85 canes, same time around Kosar and schnlly winning baseball titles BUT MAINE was in the college world series every year almost. Go look it up. They used to have 1 of the top 5 programs in the nation

Moron is right for the idiot posting above.

You hate everything Canes but know the baseball schedule every year idiot?

Bet you love play girl magazine but you hate looking at naked guys right?

Morris needs to deliver this year, He is riding too cushy on a seat that should be hotter than Mark Donofrios. Morris' baseball teams have choked, gagged, (and last year just were plain horrible) for several years now, and he has gotten a pass. CANNOPT lose to thelikes of FAU, FGCU, etc like he did last year. I know its on the players as well, but for this college baseball program not to have been to Omaha since 2008 is a travesty that is squarely on Morris!

To the jerk that's questioning the schedule, the teams from up North all come down South and play the first 1/3 of their season here. We are NOT the only school to open with a Northern team.

Since you think we have an easy schedule, the next TWO series after Maine are uf and fsu. uf at home and fsu on the road. Then we come back and start our ACC schedule. Easy? I think not.

Damn, I had made plans to go to the game before I knew it was Valentines Day.

I hope she likes baseball..

Gator Gymnastics ranked #1

Gator Softball ranked #1

Gator Swimming and Diving ranked #1

Gator Track and Field ranked #2

Gator Womens Tennis ranked #2

Gator Mens Basketball ranked #3

Gator education ranked what?

Until I go to Gator site to bash you are below me.

FLORIDA Baseball had a better recruiting class.


Gator Gymnastics ranked #1

Gator Softball ranked #1

Gator Swimming and Diving ranked #1

Gator Track and Field ranked #2

Gator Womens Tennis ranked #2

Gator Mens Basketball ranked #3


That's all the education is good for. The state's largest diploma mill. 7 years of undergrad to cheer for the #2 women's tennis team isn't going to get you a job, Soldy Pig.

That is why you are a frustrated, graveyard shift Costco security guard.

Oh, #113 ranked football team. You know, the one sport that really counts.

I am still scratching my head as to why there is a Gator troll here at all.

Seriously, what the F@#K do any of us here care about the Gators?

We're not true rivals.

Fri, Feb 21 Florida Coral Gables, Fla. 7:00 PM

Sat, Feb 22 Florida Coral Gables, Fla. 7:00 PM

Sun, Feb 23 Florida Coral Gables, Fla. 1:00 PM

u ready to Looose ur 19th, 20th and 21st out of the last 24 in Beisbol we're not true rivals ?

He has no life other than us...

[]_[] Looose again ...

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Gators' Recruiting Class Ranked No. 1 by Baseball America...

Head coach Kevin O'Sullivan's incoming class for the University of Florida baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Baseball America on Thursday. The group had previously been chosen No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball in September. This marks the second time during O’Sullivan’s tenure that Baseball America has given the Gators the nod as the top class, also accomplishing the feat in 2009.

Baseball America's Aaron Fitt wrote: “Over the last half-decade, Florida has out-recruited just about everybody, helping the Gators elevate their program to new heights. This is coach Kevin O’Sullivan’s sixth consecutive top-25 class at Florida, and his fourth top-10 class in that span. Florida’s trips to Omaha have helped make the Gators a recruiting juggernaut, and so has their ability to develop top-tier talent.”

“In 2010, we had five guys that have gotten to the big leagues: (Paco) Rodriguez, (Kevin) Chapman, (Nick) Maronde, (Mike) Zunino and (Matt) den Dekker,” O’Sullivan told the publication. “The more success you’ve had with players, that helps you with the next class coming in. Players want to win a national championship, but they also want to know they’ll have a chance to develop and get to the big leagues.”

Of the 17 new recruits which were brought in this fall by the Gators, eight were drafted by professional baseball last June — the highest number of drafted players ever landed in a Florida recruiting class. The group includes 15 freshmen and two junior college transfers.

The Gators had eight signees from June's Draft who are now enrolled in school, as right-hander Brett Morales (Tampa, Fla.) was chosen in the 24th round with the 735th choice by the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Logan Shore (Coon Rapids, Minn.) was taken in the 29th round with the 860th pick by the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Dane Dunning (Fleming Island, Fla.) was tabbed 1,015th overall in the 34th round by the Toronto Blue Jays, left-hander/first baseman A.J. Puk (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) was chosen by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round with the 1,056th choice, outfielder Buddy Reed (Finksburg, Md.) was taken in the 35th round by the Texas Rangers at number 1,060, left-hander Scott Moss (Deltona, Fla.) was chosen by the Colorado Rockies with the 1,129th pick in the 38th round, infielder John Sternagel (Rockledge, Fla.) was picked in the 39h round by the Kansas City Royals at No. 1,164 and right-hander Shaun Anderson (Coral Springs, Fla.) went 1,216th overall to the Washington Nationals during the 40th round.

Last season, the Gators advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth year in a row, matching the longest run in school history. Florida is scheduled to begin fall practice on Saturday, Oct. 12, at McKethan Stadium and will open its 2014 campaign on Feb. 14 in Gainesville.


Baseball America's Recruiting Rankings


Rank School

1. FLORIDA

2. Texas

3. South Carolina

4. Oklahoma State

5. Oregon State

6. Miami (FL)

7. Oregon

8. Ole Miss

9. Mississippi State

10. Oklahoma

[]_[] Looose again ...

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Gators' Recruiting Class Ranked No. 1 by Baseball America...

Head coach Kevin O'Sullivan's incoming class for the University of Florida baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Baseball America on Thursday. The group had previously been chosen No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball in September. This marks the second time during O’Sullivan’s tenure that Baseball America has given the Gators the nod as the top class, also accomplishing the feat in 2009.

Baseball America's Aaron Fitt wrote: “Over the last half-decade, Florida has out-recruited just about everybody, helping the Gators elevate their program to new heights. This is coach Kevin O’Sullivan’s sixth consecutive top-25 class at Florida, and his fourth top-10 class in that span. Florida’s trips to Omaha have helped make the Gators a recruiting juggernaut, and so has their ability to develop top-tier talent.”

“In 2010, we had five guys that have gotten to the big leagues: (Paco) Rodriguez, (Kevin) Chapman, (Nick) Maronde, (Mike) Zunino and (Matt) den Dekker,” O’Sullivan told the publication. “The more success you’ve had with players, that helps you with the next class coming in. Players want to win a national championship, but they also want to know they’ll have a chance to develop and get to the big leagues.”

Of the 17 new recruits which were brought in this fall by the Gators, eight were drafted by professional baseball last June — the highest number of drafted players ever landed in a Florida recruiting class. The group includes 15 freshmen and two junior college transfers.

The Gators had eight signees from June's Draft who are now enrolled in school, as right-hander Brett Morales (Tampa, Fla.) was chosen in the 24th round with the 735th choice by the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Logan Shore (Coon Rapids, Minn.) was taken in the 29th round with the 860th pick by the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Dane Dunning (Fleming Island, Fla.) was tabbed 1,015th overall in the 34th round by the Toronto Blue Jays, left-hander/first baseman A.J. Puk (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) was chosen by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round with the 1,056th choice, outfielder Buddy Reed (Finksburg, Md.) was taken in the 35th round by the Texas Rangers at number 1,060, left-hander Scott Moss (Deltona, Fla.) was chosen by the Colorado Rockies with the 1,129th pick in the 38th round, infielder John Sternagel (Rockledge, Fla.) was picked in the 39h round by the Kansas City Royals at No. 1,164 and right-hander Shaun Anderson (Coral Springs, Fla.) went 1,216th overall to the Washington Nationals during the 40th round.

Last season, the Gators advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth year in a row, matching the longest run in school history. Florida is scheduled to begin fall practice on Saturday, Oct. 12, at McKethan Stadium and will open its 2014 campaign on Feb. 14 in Gainesville.


Baseball America's Recruiting Rankings

Rank School

1. FLORIDA

2. Texas

3. South Carolina

4. Oklahoma State

5. Oregon State

6. Miami (FL)

7. Oregon

8. Ole Miss

9. Mississippi State

10. Oklahoma

[]_[] Looose again ...

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Gators' Recruiting Class Ranked No. 1 by Baseball America...

Head coach Kevin O'Sullivan's incoming class for the University of Florida baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Baseball America on Thursday. The group had previously been chosen No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball in September. This marks the second time during O’Sullivan’s tenure that Baseball America has given the Gators the nod as the top class, also accomplishing the feat in 2009.


Baseball America's Aaron Fitt wrote: “Over the last half-decade, Florida has out-recruited just about everybody, helping the Gators elevate their program to new heights. This is coach Kevin O’Sullivan’s sixth consecutive top-25 class at Florida, and his fourth top-10 class in that span. Florida’s trips to Omaha have helped make the Gators a recruiting juggernaut, and so has their ability to develop top-tier talent.”


“In 2010, we had five guys that have gotten to the big leagues: (Paco) Rodriguez, (Kevin) Chapman, (Nick) Maronde, (Mike) Zunino and (Matt) den Dekker,” O’Sullivan told the publication. “The more success you’ve had with players, that helps you with the next class coming in. Players want to win a national championship, but they also want to know they’ll have a chance to develop and get to the big leagues.”


Of the 17 new recruits which were brought in this fall by the Gators, eight were drafted by professional baseball last June — the highest number of drafted players ever landed in a Florida recruiting class. The group includes 15 freshmen and two junior college transfers.


The Gators had eight signees from June's Draft who are now enrolled in school, as right-hander Brett Morales (Tampa, Fla.) was chosen in the 24th round with the 735th choice by the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Logan Shore (Coon Rapids, Minn.) was taken in the 29th round with the 860th pick by the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Dane Dunning (Fleming Island, Fla.) was tabbed 1,015th overall in the 34th round by the Toronto Blue Jays, left-hander/first baseman A.J. Puk (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) was chosen by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round with the 1,056th choice, outfielder Buddy Reed (Finksburg, Md.) was taken in the 35th round by the Texas Rangers at number 1,060, left-hander Scott Moss (Deltona, Fla.) was chosen by the Colorado Rockies with the 1,129th pick in the 38th round, infielder John Sternagel (Rockledge, Fla.) was picked in the 39h round by the Kansas City Royals at No. 1,164 and right-hander Shaun Anderson (Coral Springs, Fla.) went 1,216th overall to the Washington Nationals during the 40th round.


Last season, the Gators advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth year in a row, matching the longest run in school history. Florida is scheduled to begin fall practice on Saturday, Oct. 12, at McKethan Stadium and will open its 2014 campaign on Feb. 14 in Gainesville.

Baseball America's 2014 Recruiting Rankings

Rank School

1. FLORIDA

2. Texas

3. South Carolina

4. Oklahoma State

5. Oregon State

6. Miami (FL)

7. Oregon

8. Ole Miss

9. Mississippi State

10. Oklahoma


u looose again.

Head coach Kevin O'Sullivan's incoming class for the University of Florida baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Baseball America on Thursday. The group had previously been chosen No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball in September. This marks the second time during O’Sullivan’s tenure that Baseball America has given the Gators the nod as the top class, also accomplishing the feat in 2009.


Baseball America's Aaron Fitt wrote: “Over the last half-decade, Florida has out-recruited just about everybody, helping the Gators elevate their program to new heights. This is coach Kevin O’Sullivan’s sixth consecutive top-25 class at Florida, and his fourth top-10 class in that span. Florida’s trips to Omaha have helped make the Gators a recruiting juggernaut, and so has their ability to develop top-tier talent.”


“In 2010, we had five guys that have gotten to the big leagues: (Paco) Rodriguez, (Kevin) Chapman, (Nick) Maronde, (Mike) Zunino and (Matt) den Dekker,” O’Sullivan told the publication. “The more success you’ve had with players, that helps you with the next class coming in. Players want to win a national championship, but they also want to know they’ll have a chance to develop and get to the big leagues.”


Of the 17 new recruits which were brought in this fall by the Gators, eight were drafted by professional baseball last June — the highest number of drafted players ever landed in a Florida recruiting class. The group includes 15 freshmen and two junior college transfers.


The Gators had eight signees from June's Draft who are now enrolled in school, as right-hander Brett Morales (Tampa, Fla.) was chosen in the 24th round with the 735th choice by the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Logan Shore (Coon Rapids, Minn.) was taken in the 29th round with the 860th pick by the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Dane Dunning (Fleming Island, Fla.) was tabbed 1,015th overall in the 34th round by the Toronto Blue Jays, left-hander/first baseman A.J. Puk (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) was chosen by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round with the 1,056th choice, outfielder Buddy Reed (Finksburg, Md.) was taken in the 35th round by the Texas Rangers at number 1,060, left-hander Scott Moss (Deltona, Fla.) was chosen by the Colorado Rockies with the 1,129th pick in the 38th round, infielder John Sternagel (Rockledge, Fla.) was picked in the 39h round by the Kansas City Royals at No. 1,164 and right-hander Shaun Anderson (Coral Springs, Fla.) went 1,216th overall to the Washington Nationals during the 40th round.


Last season, the Gators advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth year in a row, matching the longest run in school history. Florida is scheduled to begin fall practice on Saturday, Oct. 12, at McKethan Stadium and will open its 2014 campaign on Feb. 14 in Gainesville.

Head coach Kevin O'Sullivan's incoming class for the University of Florida baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Baseball America on Thursday. The group had previously been chosen No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball in September. This marks the second time during O’Sullivan’s tenure that Baseball America has given the Gators the nod as the top class, also accomplishing the feat in 2009.

Baseball America's Aaron Fitt wrote: “Over the last half-decade, Florida has out-recruited just about everybody, helping the Gators elevate their program to new heights. This is coach Kevin O’Sullivan’s sixth consecutive top-25 class at Florida, and his fourth top-10 class in that span. Florida’s trips to Omaha have helped make the Gators a recruiting juggernaut, and so has their ability to develop top-tier talent.”

“In 2010, we had five guys that have gotten to the big leagues: (Paco) Rodriguez, (Kevin) Chapman, (Nick) Maronde, (Mike) Zunino and (Matt) den Dekker,” O’Sullivan told the publication. “The more success you’ve had with players, that helps you with the next class coming in. Players want to win a national championship, but they also want to know they’ll have a chance to develop and get to the big leagues.”

Of the 17 new recruits which were brought in this fall by the Gators, eight were drafted by professional baseball last June — the highest number of drafted players ever landed in a Florida recruiting class. The group includes 15 freshmen and two junior college transfers.

The Gators had eight signees from June's Draft who are now enrolled in school, as right-hander Brett Morales (Tampa, Fla.) was chosen in the 24th round with the 735th choice by the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Logan Shore (Coon Rapids, Minn.) was taken in the 29th round with the 860th pick by the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Dane Dunning (Fleming Island, Fla.) was tabbed 1,015th overall in the 34th round by the Toronto Blue Jays, left-hander/first baseman A.J. Puk (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) was chosen by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round with the 1,056th choice, outfielder Buddy Reed (Finksburg, Md.) was taken in the 35th round by the Texas Rangers at number 1,060, left-hander Scott Moss (Deltona, Fla.) was chosen by the Colorado Rockies with the 1,129th pick in the 38th round, infielder John Sternagel (Rockledge, Fla.) was picked in the 39h round by the Kansas City Royals at No. 1,164 and right-hander Shaun Anderson (Coral Springs, Fla.) went 1,216th overall to the Washington Nationals during the 40th round.

Last season, the Gators advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth year in a row, matching the longest run in school history. Florida is scheduled to begin fall practice on Saturday, Oct. 12, at McKethan Stadium and will open its 2014 campaign on Feb. 14 in Gainesville.

The University of Florida landed the 2014 No. 1 recruiting class in the nation, according to Collegiate Baseball newspaper’s annual evaluation of NCAA Division I baseball classes.

It marks the Gators’ second national recruiting title in the 31-year history of the rankings by Collegiate Baseball.

Florida captured its first recruiting championship in 2009 with seven drafted players.

Of the 17 new recruits which were brought in this fall, eight were drafted by professional baseball last June — the highest number of drafted players ever landed in a Florida recruiting class. Six of those are highly regarded pitchers.

The star-studded group includes 15 freshmen and two junior college transfers.

A complete rundown on Florida’s recruiting class, as well as each of the top 20 classes, is in the Oct. 4 issue of Collegiate Baseball.

“We feel that we have brought in an outstanding class of players who will compete for playing time right away,” said Florida Head Coach Kevin O’Sullivan.

“This group of 17 players is being counted on, and we feel as though we have found the right mix of players who can help us immediately.”

Florida also continued a trend where a school from the Southeastern Conference has won the recruiting title in 10 of the last 11 years.

Head coach Kevin O'Sullivan's incoming class for the University of Florida baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Baseball America on Thursday. The group had previously been chosen No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball in September. This marks the second time during O’Sullivan’s tenure that Baseball America has given the Gators the nod as the top class, also accomplishing the feat in 2009.


Baseball America's Aaron Fitt wrote: “Over the last half-decade, Florida has out-recruited just about everybody, helping the Gators elevate their program to new heights. This is coach Kevin O’Sullivan’s sixth consecutive top-25 class at Florida, and his fourth top-10 class in that span. Florida’s trips to Omaha have helped make the Gators a recruiting juggernaut, and so has their ability to develop top-tier talent.”


“In 2010, we had five guys that have gotten to the big leagues: (Paco) Rodriguez, (Kevin) Chapman, (Nick) Maronde, (Mike) Zunino and (Matt) den Dekker,”O’Sullivan told the publication. “The more success you’ve had with players, that helps you with the next class coming in. Players want to win a national championship, but they also want to know they’ll have a chance to develop and get to the big leagues.”


Of the 17 new recruits which were brought in this fall by the Gators, eight were drafted by professional baseball last June — the highest number of drafted players ever landed in a Florida recruiting class. The group includes 15 freshmen and two junior college transfers.


The Gators had eight signees from June's Draft who are now enrolled in school, as right-hander Brett Morales (Tampa, Fla.) was chosen in the 24th round with the 735th choice by the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Logan Shore(Coon Rapids, Minn.) was taken in the 29th round with the 860th pick by the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Dane Dunning (Fleming Island, Fla.) was tabbed 1,015th overall in the 34th round by the Toronto Blue Jays, left-hander/first baseman A.J. Puk (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) was chosen by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round with the 1,056th choice, outfielder Buddy Reed (Finksburg, Md.) was taken in the 35th round by the Texas Rangers at number 1,060, left-hander Scott Moss (Deltona, Fla.) was chosen by the Colorado Rockies with the 1,129th pick in the 38th round, infielder John Sternagel (Rockledge, Fla.) was picked in the 39h round by the Kansas City Royals at No. 1,164 and right-hander Shaun Anderson (Coral Springs, Fla.) went 1,216th overall to the Washington Nationals during the 40th round.

While losers talk baseball recruiting (BWWWAHAHAAAHA), winners talk 21-16.

#113 ranked football team. You know, the one sport that really counts.

Why so hard on Morris cane fan? He is what you can expect from any coach of your only 3 sports. Baseball no trip to Omaha since 2008, basketball one NCAA show in the life of the program and now not even an NIT bid, football 10 years of mediocrity and counting and get blown out whenever you make it to even a crappy bowl game. So Morris is just your average cane coach, all is as it should be.
Is the cane baseball field still named after A Rod?

The issue -- as it usually is lately with UM -- will be offense. The Hurricanes finished 11th out of 12 ACC teams in batting average (.257) and runs scored (278) last year. But that's where the freshmen are supposed to come in and help

Counting on the freshmen to come in and contribute right off the bat. What, no depth? Is this football?
If the players come back to my clinic I can fix the offensive woes in no time.

Always look forward to baseball season. Used to be a goal going to Omaha, now it's become a dream. Morris really needs to prove he can still do the job. I disagree with one post, Morris seat should be really warm at this point, but D'no should be on BOIL about now. New season, GO CANES. One good thing, these canes come to my backyard against Stetson, don't take them for granted Jim, well coached small private school who at times can play with good teams.

What will the Gatr Trash harp on when their foosball team goes 5-7 next year?

Will it be women's field hockey recruiting? NCAA bowling tournament?

When you are a bloated diploma mill, you can afford to have 45 sports. All those funds that would otherwise be spent on educating the ignorant white trash of this state goes instead to the sports.

Job well done, trailer donkeys.

Cody is the typical South Fla cane "fan":

never attended the University, doesn't even know where the campus is

only cares about football, and only when the team is winning, that is why he never makes it to the stadium

no wonder he is so angry and bitter

90% of college fans in America right now are following college basketball and getting ready for baseball.
But not in Miami, most cane "fans" don't care about basketball or baseball as has been posted here.
The only one sport University in America, and to boot they suck at that one sport. Have done so for a decade.
Sad.


Why so hard on Morris cane fan? He is what you can expect from any coach of your only 3 sports. Baseball no trip to Omaha since 2008, basketball one NCAA show in the life of the program and now not even an NIT bid, football 10 years of mediocrity and counting and get blown out whenever you make it to even a crappy bowl game. So Morris is just your average cane coach, all is as it should be.
Is the cane baseball field still named after A Rod?


Posted by: ACC sucks and the canes can't compete
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We really don't care that much about basketball, but we do have 4 titles in baseball and you have NONE, and we did beat you last yr in football, and you lost to a Scrub team and you're bottom of the barrel, so yeah all is as it should be. Not to mention you're hicks, lol.

"It’s getting worse,” Evans said on Monday evening. “Someone actually put out an article about my family’s business telling all Auburn fans not to go there. We are going to eventually start losing money. People are telling restaurants in the town not to serve us."

SEC! SEC! SEC! SEC!

Where the dregs of society go to skewwwl. Dat be duh SEC.

Lookin' at you, Gatr Trash.

### UM recruiting coordinator Brennan Carroll said UM's new quarterback additions are "like a rematch of the Super Bowl. We have Peyton Manning with Brad Kaaya and Russell Wilson with Malik Rosier."....

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Yo DOMASSE, here's ur new go to all Summer u dope. Ur stUpid Cane recruiting coordinator says Kaaya and Rosier will be the next Manning and Russell !!! Bwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaahhhhhhhahahahahah ... easy to see now where so many of u dumb canes get ur info from.

Duuuuuh, duh Gatr Trash with Driskel and Grier is like a rematch of Driskel and Brantley.

Garbage in...Garbage out. How long before Grier transfers, Gatr Trash?


Yo DOMASSE, here's ur new go to all Summer u dope. Ur stUpid Cane recruiting coordinator says Kaaya and Rosier will be the next Manning and Russell !!! Bwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaahhhhhhhahahahahah ... easy to see now where so many of u dumb canes get ur info from.

Posted by: u are u
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Wow the Enlightened One speaks again, lol. You need to learn etiquette, and speech therapy wouldn't hurt either, oh that's right, you're a hick, ok it all makes sense now, sorry man. I guess your go to all Summer will be ' we're better than 4-8, and we don't always block each other, sometimes we block the other team too'. LMAO!!!!!

"We really don't care that much about basketball, but we do have 4 titles in baseball and you have NONE, and we did beat you last yr in football, and you lost to a Scrub team and you're bottom of the barrel, so yeah all is as it should be. Not to mention you're hicks, lol."

Yep we all know there is no basketball played at UM.
Typical dumb cane.
All your titles are ancient, join us in the 21rst century.
Right now you have nothing.
Not bad for a hick don't you think.

What is the Gatr Trash cheer during football games?

"Our Women's Gymnastics is #1."

That is all a lowly trailer donkey has left. Ignorance lives in Trailerville.


Yep we all know there is no basketball played at UM.
Typical dumb cane.
All your titles are ancient, join us in the 21rst century.
Right now you have nothing.
Not bad for a hick don't you think.

Posted by: ACC sucks and the canes can't compete
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Then why even bring up bball on this blog hick? Because you're reaching, and that's ALL you have to reach for. I mean your screen name shows your stupidity when an ACC team WON the TITLE.

Soldy, I set the pins up with the DT comment Saturday and you just destroyed them with a 300. Nice work Brutha. Hilarious that not a single cluck can come up with ANYTHING resembling an intelligent response. Dom is their leader. I do love that 8th best cornerback from Kansas though. It's a []_[] thang.

We's be building 4-8 seasons.
With top 5 recruiting classes choc full of 4 and 5 stars

4-8 and loss to Ga Southern
Only 5 years removed from the last National ch.

Then why even bring up bball on this blog hick? Because you're reaching, and that's ALL you have to reach for. I mean your screen name shows your stupidity when an ACC team WON the TITLE.

Again you poor low comprehension cluck, 90% of fans in America are following college basketball that is why I bring it up, no reach here. Of course you are in the 10 % because there is no basketball to follow at your sorry school.
Guess it's true when they say that Miami is not part of America.
My screen name is true, accurate and to the point. FSU is the only team in the ACC that is any good, since all the other ACC schools suck then the ACC sucks. At least in the other conferences there are 3 or 4 top teams, not so in the ACC. FSU is a good team playing in the worst conference in America.
For a stupid name I give you "The SEC is overrated and top heavy".
Big difference cokecane, lay off the coke and you may regain some wits.

Pig, why don't you post your lip-quivering, mea culpa, 9-11 marines, one-love, Gator American, Miami-Gainesvilian monologue again?

You maggot.


Guess it's true when they say that Miami is not part of America.
My screen name is true, accurate and to the point. FSU is the only team in the ACC that is any good, since all the other ACC schools suck then the ACC sucks. At least in the other conferences there are 3 or 4 top teams, not so in the ACC. FSU is a good team playing in the worst conference in America.
For a stupid name I give you "The SEC is overrated and top heavy".
Big difference cokecane, lay off the coke and you may regain some wits.

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That may be true for 90% of America, but WE ALL know what your little, ADOLESCENT, IMMATURE, and just plain punk agenda is. You come on another teams blog running your stupid mouth like you're an authority on something, and by the way this story on this page is about BASEBALL, not BASKETBALL, but again your (hick-norance)is showing.

Miami not part of America??? Yeah whatever you say man, just remember, our brand will ALWAYS be more respected and worth MORE than your brand, and this little ole private school, STILL owns your sorry hick azzez.

ne more thing, and this is because I feel sorry for you, again your STUPID screen name, an ACC team won the title in football, and in basketball the ACC pretty much is the best if not always. So tell us again how the ACC sucks???

OK- typical UM fan that only cares about football?

NEWSFLASH GAYTOR DWEEB:

IN THE THREE MAJOR SPORTS:

UM 9 > UF 5 > FSU 3

SO IF YOU CAN ADD,

UM> ALL THE D-1 COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN FLORIDA COMBINED!

And no, Gymnastics, water polo, lacrosse, womens field hockey, and quran burning dont count

By the way- That gator education still hasnt taught the silly neck how to spell "L-O-S-E". Its LOSE, moron, not "LOOSE", like your sphincter. Been hanging out with M. Smart at those SEC parties have youo?

Wow, the racist murder joking sicko is on full tilt.

Someone brings up our 4 baseball titles

The namechanging coward says they don't count because they are from last century.

He follows that up by spamming with every positive mention of the gatrs he can find (note the absence of football comments from a guy that last year said baseball and basketball didn't matter, and that football was what counted)

Someone then points out that 2001 is THIS century, and that even with that one title we have more than the gatrs in their entire HISTORY in baseball.

The namechanging coward talks to HIMSELF to claim victory, because he just lost the fight in reality.

Someone then reminds him of his promise that he would leave if the Canes won the football game, followed by his "apology and departure message" that he wishes we had forgotten about.

Bottom line:
Baseball comments from him are worthless because 4 > 0.
Football comments from him are worthless because 5 > 3.
Promises from him are worthless because he just changes IDs and pretends it wasn't him that joked about drug deals and murders and how he was a navy seal with FBI contacts.

Comments from him are worthless, because him, his entire family, and any children he ever hatches are completely worthless. His fat momma even came on here and told us it was a fact.

"I AM A US - AMERICAN. I AM A MIAMIAN-GAINESVILIAN. CAN'T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG. I AM GOING TO CRY IN MY METH-LACED CEREAL HERE IN MY DOUBLE-WIDE."

/S/

Soldy the Blog Pig
9-11-13


BWWWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAH. You are one dumb trailer pig.

ACC sucks and the canes can't compete:

City folks follow the NBA where Miami has the Heat, 2 time defending champions.

Since you are responding so well, check out this video and tell me what you think:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYdd35cb6H8

Urban abandoned your town you are back to being what you have always been, our whipping boys(in the rare ocassions you dare play us)

Funny thing:
I just got done talking to a very cool Gator fan at the pool I train at..they do exist.

We got to talking about basketball this season; so I complimented where the gators are at right now...he retorted, "Yeah, we're alright in a weak SEC. We still have to play Kentucky. We'll see how good we really are once we play some ACC teams."

He then mentioned how much he liked how Larranaga was handling his situation, despite the string of losses.

Most interesting aspect of the conversation was about our respective CFB programs.

We agreed that we both had serious misgivings about our HCs, were excited about our great recruiting classes, and were hoping for the best this upcoming season.

I acknowledged the dominance of the SEC this past decade; he acknowledged the rise of ACC top programs , as well as improvement in parity in the league with the addition of UL and affiliation of ND.

We agreed UTennessee could become relevant soon again and that CFB in general was only getting better.

It was a nice reminder that piggy is the Outlier;

That sports "rivalries" between UM and UF are fun, but not all that important in the grand scheme of things.

Keep posting garbage like it's your job, Piggy; seems to be that you think it actually is. Arguendo: you're not very good at it, except for trollbaiting a "rival's" blog.

Keep up the

Impotent Rage.

He claims he saw a 300. Last time he saw a 300 was when he put one lard-loaded foot on a max 300 scale at Publix.

When he tried to step up the four inches to get the other one on, the management told him to get lost.

I am glad to know that some Cane in person really ruined his life, because it is the only reason he would be so LUDICROUSLY obsessed with a football team from another city that his team is afraid to play in football and basketball, and only faces one series a year in baseball only as long as they have a recruiting advantage. Canes win a few in baseball, watch the coward school duck out of that annual matchup as well.

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