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News, notes and quotes from the Miami Hurricanes first spring practice in pads Tuesday

News and notes from Tuesday morning's practice:

> UM coach Al Golden called the team's first day in pads a good effort with good energy.

"It's a good group to coach right now," Golden said. "A lot of guys learning. Not a lot of yelling, just a lot of teaching going on, which is good. We got a long way to go as a team and we're starting to learn more about our guys. [Running back] Gus Edwards and [quarterback] Ryan Williams and some other guys have stepped up and showing what they can do."

Edwards, a 6-2, 235-pound sophomore, had a couple of long runs Tuesday in which he barreled a few defenders over. He had a long 40 to 50 yard dash toward the end of practice.

"He's fast now. Gus is a 4.5 guy that is 235 right now," Golden said. "He might be a 240-something pound back before it's all said and done. He doesn't lose his explosion. He still has a lateral cut. We have to keep working on his staff arm.

"But he doesn't lose patience. That's the biggest thing I saw. Sometimes they don't have patience and just run into the back of somebody and he showed really good patience, waiting for his moment and then hit it today. I think [Walter Tucker] is starting to lean out and show how explosive he can be."

Williams spent most of the day rolling out of the pocket by design as UM worked on those particular packages, he said.

"That was one of those focuses today -- the move the pocket type plays," he said. "I think I did good. I think I'm good outside the pocket, can throw outside on the run. I missed one throw today I'm going to be upset about. But we're going to get it fixed before Thursday."

The pass Williams likely regretted? A pass that came out like a wounded duck and was intercepted by redshirt sophomore cornerback Larry Hope.

During two-minute drill work Williams connected on four straight completions -- all of them were of the short to medium range variety -- including a slant pattern sophomore Stacy Coley turned into a long gain and eventually a Matt Goudis field goal.

Williams also connected on a few long passes down field later in practice. Williams said he's probably added 10 to 15 yards on his long passes and more zip to balls underneath since high school.

"Now I don't have to lob things underneath under or over a backer," Williams said. "I can throw through windows and stuff like that."

> Williams spoke about knowing how in a few months he's going to become a father soon.

"I'm excited," he said. "We spent some time looking after Denzel's little girl. So I've had a chance to get my toes wet a little bit and know what it's like to be a dad. I'm excited."

> Speaking of Hope, he broke the UM weight room record for defensive backs set by All-Pro Antrel Rolle in the squat. Hope squatted 455 pounds, 10 more than Rolle did. With injuries to UM's secondary Hope is seeing a lot of playing time this spring. He knows this is his opportunity to impress.

> Golden said senior receiver Rashawn Scott, the team's second leading receiver in 2012 who was suspended at the end of last season and limited by injuries, has had a really good approach this spring.

Golden said he's doing a good job "just forgetting all the outside stuff, letting go of immature things, just growing up.

"I think Ryan Williams has had a really good influence on him," Golden continued. "I think they're creating a bond there. That's good. Ryan has been a positive influence on him. He just has to keep coming on for us."

Williams said the big thing for Scott is going to be dealing with the disappointment of last season.

"He has worked really hard since the season ended," Williams said of Scott. "He has a great work ethic. I think he's going to be a bust out player for us. He has to fill a role at the X or Z. But he's a big play receiver."

> Williams said he's seen a change in sophomore receiver Stacy Coley's leadership and attitude since the end of last season.

"You can just see it in his attitude when he comes to work now," Williams said. "He's not the young freshman who is just out there making plays. He's being a leader type, getting people set, making sure he communicates even with me and other quarterbacks on the field. Now he can actually see things and how they evolve on the field.

"He's more of the quiet type, but he has his moments. He's more of a funny guy. But he'll come to me and tell me what he sees and what he wants to run."

> Golden said he expects receiver Herb Waters and defensive end Anthony Chickillo to return to the field when the team comes back for more practices after spring break. Both have been wearing red jerseys (designated for injured players) and watching from the sideline thus far.

Golden said receiver Malcolm Lewis and cornerbacks Nate Dortch and Corn Elder will start to get integrated into practice (wearing yellow jerseys) when Miami returns from the break.

> Cornerback Artie Burns was at practice, but not wearing pads because Golden said the team wants to protect him. "He has a chance to be a national champion [hurdler]. I don't want him to turn an ankle."

Golden said he was pleased with how Burns and receiver Phillip Dorsett conducted themselves participating in track. Only Burns will still compete in track the rest of the spring.

> Golden said he was excited about the hiring of former Miami Booker T. Washington coach Ice Harris as the team's new assistant director of football operations. A source told me Harris met with the Canes  Monday and spoke to them about what it means to be a national champion. Harris led Booker T. to three state championships since 2007 including a national title this past season.

"Ice has meant a lot to all of us throughout the time," Golden said. "After the season he probably accomplished everything you can accomplish at the high school level. We reached out to him to see if he'd have an interest in coming back. Really, we didn't want him to leave the first time, but he thought he would go back. He had success quickly back at Booker T. We just felt like it was a good opportunity and time for us. And obviously he felt the same."

Where will Ice's value really be felt?

"Certainly the community, the relationship," Golden said. "Someone that's on the inside every day that can communicate what we're doing, how we treat our student-athletes, what our mission is, what we really believe in. He's got a lot of wisdom. The biggest thing would be if you went to his practices it's the discipline, the life skills he was able to impart on his teams. We're hoping he can do the same with us. And he's already started that process knowing everybody. We're glad he's going to help us."

> Freshman Trent Harris practiced for the first time after being held up by the NCAA Clearinghouse. How are he and the other early freshmen to arrive doing?

"I'm really pleased with those guys, their approach," Golden said. "Juwon Young, Darrion Owens have really been a pleasant surprise for us. Obviously [offensive linemen] Trevor Darling and KC McDermott are playing a lot. [Cornerback] Ryan Mayes has been really a pleasant surprise for us, too. Their maturity, ability to learn - they don't know where half the buildings on campus are and now they're learning, have four or five classes, new way to lift, new way to study, new way to watch film, new nomenclature."

> How is Dallas Crawford doing after his switch to safety?

"Really good," Golden said. "You just feel his presence out there. Physical. Same old Dallas. You only have to tell him one time, very coachable. Coach him up and next play he gets it right."

> Crawford also served as the holder on field goal attempts during live drills Tuesday. He played quarterback in high school and has plenty of experience doing it.

> Golden said walk-on Ricky Carroll and Matt Goudis are the main competitors this spring for the punting job. But there will be more walk-ons and transfers coming in over the summer and fall.

"Forget about trying to replace [Pat O'Donnell]," Golden said. "Just get someone that can do a great job and put it where you want it. But don't worry about replacing Pat. He was faster than half the damn running backs at the combine."

> Safety Deon Bush looked like he got nicked during practice. Bush had his lower back examined on the sideline and didn't return to full contact.

> There was a scout from the Cincinnati Bengals who was at practice and closely watching Miami's defensive line group work.

> The viewing for JoJo Nicolas, the former Hurricanes defensive back who died last week after a horrific early morning car accident, will be held Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Covenant Baptist Church, 1055 NW 6th Ave., Florida City. The funeral for Nicolas will take place Saturday at Glendale Missionary Baptist Church, 14580 SW 117th Ave., Miami. Both events are open to the public.

> Defensive coordinator Mark D'Onofrio didn't want to say Wednesday how much exactly sophomore linebacker Jermaine Grace weighs. Grace, working as a backup at weakside linebacker, is listed at 6-1, 210 pounds.

"Jermaine is very talented," D'Onofrio said. "The things we like about Jermaine is he can really run. He's very good in space. He's a good blitzer. And he's instinctive. But he needs to really work hard in the weight room. He needs to get bigger. And he needs to really work at the playbook. But the skill set is there. We need to get his preparation and his work habits to match his skill set. 

"'I'm not going to give you the exact weight, but he needs to gain some," D'Onofrio continued. "Again, it doesn't need to be a ton. The defense is predicated on having guys that can play, not pieces that fit. He can play in our defense right now. Denzel was 208 pounds his freshman year and made a commitment to the weight room and is now 242 pounds. There's no reason Jermaine can't make that same commitment."

> D'Onofrio said freshman Darrion Owens is working at strong side linebacker, but he's also third on the depth chart at rush end behind Tyriq McCord and Al-Quadin Muhammad.

"He's looked really good doing it. Natural," D'Onofrio said. "He's a good rusher. Same category of guys. We're starting to have some symmetry there."

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Every time there's a quote from Donofrio I can't help but laugh.
Donofrio. Priceless.
It's like hearing Jacory give quotes about not turning the ball over.
We will never get to the show with that guy running that same nonsense.
But you gotta root for these kids. Playing their heart despite the lack of good coaching.
Good to hear about Scott getting it together. Plenty talented, just needs to get it together between the ears

Sidenote
I don't understand this staff's obsession with getting everyone to be huge.
I can understand guys that have the frame for it but we're making guys that are barely 6 foot put on weight that limits their athleticism.
Frustrating.
Oh well . Stick it out. Hope we can do something.
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Jermaine is around 210, and needs to put on some weight.
The Coaches should monitor his speed levels to make sure that the drop off in speed is not too drastic as he adds weight. There has to be a sweet spot where desired weight = speed efficiency.
DP is there but the speed drop off with added weight is negligible.

IMO the converse is true with Chick. He needs to drop a few to gain speed.

McCord and Muhammad needs the bulk up in order to hit with authority, but the speed to be at their target areas quickly, must Still be there.

Great to see Coley emerging as a quiet Leader..His talent opens it up, his actions will even help a senior like Scott, follow through all the way...

These guys are going to amaze a lot of fans this year.

This is now serious business, with many points to prove.
Get ready.
Go 'Canes

These reports worry me bc I don't see anything about how our dline is doing in coverage drills. That's the area they need to work on bc every time they were asked to cover anyone it was painfully bad

A player that was not fast from the beginning may get faster as they produce more muscle.

pine county- not worse than the blabber that used to come out of Randy Shannon. And the nonstatements. and the stupid press conferences.

Again ... When was the last time Ur Athletic Programs were Ranked #1 in ANYTHING ?

How about just ranked ?

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The #EverythingSchool gets better: Five Florida Gators teams now No. 1 nationally... FIVE

By Andy Hutchins


Last week, I wrote our first piece expanding #EverythingSchool from a hashtag to a description of what the Florida Gator's unbelievably deep athletics program has done in 2013-14. Three teams were No. 1, Florida's gymnastics team arguably deserved to be, and things were great, as great as they've ever been.

This week, things are better.

Of the 14 sports Florida competes in at a varsity level that are currently in season, just ("just") 12 are currently ranked. But five of those 14 teams are ranked No. 1 nationally — more than a third of Florida's teams in season are currently the best in the nation — and gymnastics still isn't one of them.

Florida's No. 1 teams, on March 4, 2014, are men's basketball, men's swimming and diving, softball, and men's and women's indoor track. The indoor track teams don't record wins and losses, so those teams are a combined 56-2 (basketball is 27-2, men's swimming 8-0, and softball 21-0) for their seasons, and a staggering 46-0 in 2014.

And Florida's gymnastics team, despite suffering its first loss to Alabama last Friday, moved up from No. 3 to No. 2 in this week's women's gymnastics rankings, and still has the nation's No. 1 average score (197.484) on the season, bettering No. 1 LSU's 197.481 by three thousandths of a point.

Florida has five No. 1 teams at the same time, should really have a sixth No. 1 team, has eight top-five teams (women's lacrosse and women's tennis), is poised be among the favorites for as many as eight national titles (Florida's men's and women's indoor track teams are great; those same teams have been better in outdoor track in recent years) before the end of the 2013-14 year, and should see every team in season make its respective NCAA Tournament.

Florida is the #EverythingSchool, the everything school, and the school where every sport matters and is great. And it has never been better than it is right now.

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More GATOR SEC and NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS to come... U ? Good luck with that Spring Football 'Ship and NIT Title u LOOOSERS !!!

Edwards, a 6-2, 235-pound sophomore, had a couple of long runs Tuesday in which he barreled a few defenders over. He had a long 40 to 50 yard dash toward the end of practice.

"He's fast now. Gus is a 4.5 guy that is 235 right now," Golden said. "He might be a 240-something pound back before it's all said and done.

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A 35 yard 4.5 Corch Goldy ? That boy has never seen 4.5 in his life. But U keep on with the Bulk n Speed BS, Cane ClUcks will repeat them like the know nothing parrots that they are. Hell, why stop at 240 ? Stick an air hose up his arse and pump'em up to 250-260, that way u can say ur 3 RB's next year ALL average 200lbs.

Lots of good stuff going on! GO CANES!

When the Gators are eliminated in the quarter-finals of the NCAA Basketball Championships, bet we won't see your face.
Gymnastics?
A state school in Florida with all the $$$ given you SHOULD perform at a high level, like, um, last year's Muschumps??
GA Southern scores again. Need I repeat the UM/UF score once more?
I'll leave that to another Cane fan.

Golden said he was excited about the hiring of former Miami Booker T. Washington coach Ice Harris as the team's new assistant director of football operations.

Where will Ice's value really be felt?

"Certainly the community, the relationship," Golden said.

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Assistant director of college football operations with no College degree huh ? Who the hell is the Director of this dog, pony and clown show then anyways ? Uncle Luke's cousin ? Well, at least ICE will be the Head Chef on the grll flippin burgers n dogs for post practice community and family relationship days... While still answering Goldy's phone no less.

Florida Gators # 1 ? lol.. Go back to your sister/wife/cousin. Pray for a bowl game this year clown..

My point was that donofrio has zero credibility so all his quotes are hilarious.
When it comes to press conferences donofrio has a slight edge
When it comes to running a defense, donofrio couldn't hold shannons jock strap with a crane.

Either way, Shannon is gone. It's over.
Let's all let it go.
This current regime has 4 years in.
These are all their guys, this is their scheme.
If we aren't any good this year, there is no excuse.
I hope we can get over the hump, but past experience tells me Al Golden refuses to change anything even if it's not working.
I hope there's change, but I dint think that's als style.
Here's hoping I'm dead wrong.

Canes 6 in '14

Somebody tell ag's and his BFF if they're going to continue to have 17, 98, 36, 52, 56, 5, and who ever the defensive tackles are covering slot's and running backs they should have the guys drop 10-15 pound not gain it!

Our all American linebackers that played at UM in the past couldn't t play for the Mac staff. Expecially Marley. He'd look like Pat Hill by the time they got thru packing the pounds on his 5'7ish body!!

PineCounty: This weight gaining thing is a big problem. Just ask Chick. The U defensive teams of the past were noted for speed. They weren't all that big, particularly the LB's, but U could not get passed them. There was a production drop off with Chick in the last years.

DunnoToday, DunnoIn2014-15, JustDunno is just out of his league as a coach.

Nash: I remember Rohan Marley. He actually quit after his 2nd year and went back to "paradise" to sell sno-cones on the beach. But he fit in when he played with that unit back then.

http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/caneswatch/2014/03/02/miami-hurricanes-spring-practice-report-day-2/

Good article.

Rohan Marley. #2. Little beast. He was one of my favorites to watch as a kid. Talk about "flyin around"....

A 210 lb. D1 linebacker is not acceptable. He needs to add weight. And if his speed drops too much with the weight, then find someone else. Being fast doesn't help when you have to fight off blocks from 300 lb. D1 offensive linemen.

And 240+ don't help your lbs when the dc likes to use them in pressman vs slot wr's and 4.4 rbs

u are u teblow is on line 2 lookin 4 u!

D'Onofrio can you smeelllyy what the Rock is cooking??
Ice Harris taking your job next season, if these guys on defense don't start playing serious Hurricanes pressure defense.

If Grace is producing at 210 then put him in... There is only one way to find out what he can do..PT! The same way Jimmy Johnson figured out how to play Darren Woodsen and what role best fit his game along with the scheme..is what the STAFF needs to do.. The ENTIRE STAFF is on payroll to WIN ball games and find right ways to use the players they recruit to the program. If he's a baller then he'll adjust..
We're getting close... Oh yeah! I hope the new UNI'S are the OLD ones""
Everybody with that?

Until NoDfrio is gone there will be nothing to be excited about coming out of Coral Gables.
My poor Hurricanes have morphed into Duke.

Until NoDfrio is gone there will be nothing to be excited about coming out of Coral Gables.
My poor Hurricanes have morphed into Duke.

smmmmmoooooke

Gus is to slow in backfield defense will catch him in backfield, Tucker needs to hold the ball better no game experience of any amount of time, backfield is green.

Getting guys bigger is a Big Ten idea from Goldie at PSU, they need to use talent they have and play them not try to make them something they are not meant to be. Dofornio is real desperate for excuses and anything to keep heat off him, its to late this is his year, good luck, results and a lot of improvement will remove heat, and a bowl win this year, to coach is to adjust and try to be smarter than the next guy. We have failed here.

It's amazing with every resource imaginable in this state the Gators have not won football championships. So brag about the gymnasts etc. You are another Gator Moron! The list on this site is amazing . You should be trying to raise your UF IQ to 100!

1. No here cares about gator anything, much less how they do in women's knitting
2. Walden, you dope, take a look at freshman weights of any major football team and then look at those guys two years later.

Gator fans have to brag about their gymnastics team because their Football team (4-8) sucks right now. Who gives a crap about anything gators. Go over and suck on your own gator blog and get off of our Cane blog. It's a cane thing, not a gator thing.

Pack up your trailer, grab your false teeth and head back to trailerville.

Give Miami DC a break. He is coaching at a Div 1 school , earning 6 figures which is more than most of you stupid critics.

al,

He's only doing that bc his bff is a head coach. This is what happens when you stink and should've been fired.

I'm pulling for Crawford to start at safety this season. It can't be easy to play 2 positions at this level. I think he was decent at RB, I'm not sure why he made the move. Yearby and Duke are injured, so they won't be there in September.

canes fans can't brag about their gymnastics team because they don't have one. Football team has sucked for over a decade and still sucks right now. Who gives a crap about anything cane. Go over and suck on your own cane blog. It's a cane thing, all this sucking. Pack up your trailer, grab your false teeth and head back to MDC or at least get a GED.

Pinecounty,

I agree about Golden not changing his style, the dude seems like a creature of habit. I'm not expecting anything to change on defense. I hope he's not counting on the freshman to make a significant difference, they are still young.

The offense seems to be Coley's scheme because it's different from what Fisch used to do. Jury is still out on Coley, let's see what he comes up with.

I have a big problem with people who say that simply bc donofrio is hired as the dc means he deserves to be there.
That argument is ridiculous.
If he was not coaching under his best friend, then he wouldn't have a job.

Junkie,
I could not have foreseen how much we'd miss Jedd. That man was a true coach. Forgods sake he took jacory and made him one ifif the most efficient and in the country.
That's not hyperbole, he was actually in the top 15% in qb rating and up until the last game he had 20 tds to 4 ints.
My only real beef with coley is that he doesn't have a direct running game. There's not a lot of fb blocking and alot if pulling. The run is taking a little too long to develop for the quick hitters we have. But still I'm willing to give the guy a chance. We weren't terrible on offense and he's shown a willingness to adjust in order to win. (See north Carolina, wake forest) His counterpart has not shown that one iota to date.

Pls excuse the typos.
Posting from my phone lol.

Pinecountycane YOU ARE 100% DEAD ON, THIS COACHING STAFF WILL BE JUST DECENT, GOLDEN IS PROTECTING HIS FRIEND JUST LIKE JOE PA DID, HE WILL BE HERE AS LONG AS GOLDEN IS, I LIKE HOW THE STUPID PEOPLE THINK THAT HARRIS IS GOING TO REPLACE NOCOACHD.... THESE YOUNG KIDS GET EXCITED HIRING A HIGH SCHOOL COACH....ROFLMFAO

Golden is making Da U BIG AND SLOW, FL ST WILL OWN US FOR A LONG TIME, ITS A SHAME HOW THE TIDE HAS TURNED, GOLDEN IS A JOKE, DOES NOT WANT TO BE HERE, IF YOU WATCHED THE VIDEO AFTER THE PSU MESS U COULD SEE HOW BAD HE WANTED OUT, YOU DONT HEAR HIM SAY ANYMORE ( I WANNA BE HERE A LONG TIME) HE IS JUST TAKING MONEY FROM THE SCHOOL, GOLDEN AND NOCOACHD ARE JOE PA AND SANDUSKY, I CANT WAIT WHEN THIS BLOWS UP BAD.... ITS COMING SIT BACK AND WATCH,I AM A 30 YEAR CANE FAN WHO HATED PENN STATE AND STAYED ON TOP OF JOE PAW, WATCHING HIM CLOSELY. I COULD NOT STAND THEIR FANS. I COULD NOT WAIT TIL JOE PAW FELL ON HIS FACE. I PREDICTED JOE PAW WOULD BURN BEFORE HIS TIME WAS DONE. WHAT HAPPENED JOE PAW WENT DOWN IN FLAMES. I HATED PENN STATE. I WATCHED JOE PAW VERY CLOSELY,THE MEDIA WOULD FILL US FULL OF CRAP. JOE PA WAS A CROOK AND I GOT THE LAST LAUGH.... YOU BETTER WAKE UP U FANS, GOLDEN IS A CROOK JUST LIKE JOE PA, I AM WATCHING GOLDEN CLOSELY.... HE DOES NOT WANT TO BE HERE, ITS A PAYCHECK, I CANT WAIT TILL HE IS GONE, I AM SO TIRED OF HEARING THE WORD PROCESS.... 90TH RANKED D IS THAT PROCESS

Did he really post an article about men's swimming and diving, softball, and men's and women's indoor track being #1...

Haha!!!...how many of those meets and/or games of those teams has he attended in his LIFETIME!!!???

Football: Miami 21, the Gator 16.
Baseball: Miami 6, the Gator 4
Miami 5, the Gator 2
Miami 4, the Gator 6
I'm good!
...funny stuff...

GO CANES!!!

Think about it U fans, remember all the missed tackles grasping at air, NO QUICKNESS OR SPEED, WELCOME TO THE BIG TEN....... EVERYTHING ABOUT OUR TRADITION GOLDEN HAS WENT THE OTHER WAY, JIMBO FISCHER HAS OWNED US AND HE WILL OWN US FOR A WHILE.....REMEMBER WE KNEW WE COULD BEAT BOBBY BOWDEN IN A BIG GAME, WELL THE SHOE IS ON THE OTHER FOOT NOW, WE CANT ACTUALLY BEAT ANY TEAM UNLESS THEY HAVE HAD MORE THEN 4 LOSSES, BUT WE ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK...LMFAO

Rick,

You're right FSU has become a really bad match up for us. Jimbo is an offensive guru who has the ability to be very creative in attacking a defense. Our defense is so vanilla and conservative that we really don't stand a chance against equal talent (if we ever obtain equal talent).

Now someone is going to come on here and say...look at Seattle, they play base defense and they won the Super Bowl.

Pine,

I wasn't thrilled with Coley either, but it was his first season as an OC. I agree that he did show a willingness to adjust both in-game and week to week. Jury is still out on him. I did like Jeff Fisch a lot.

When the Gators are eliminated in the quarter-finals of the NCAA Basketball Championships, bet we won't see your face.


Even if this happens your team will never get the chance to be eliminated in the quarter finals. Won't get the chance to be eliminated in the first round either. Why?
Because they won't be invited to the dance.
Because they are horrible.
They suck.
So one team may get eliminated in the finals and the other team won't even be in the discussion of making it to the tourney.

Gymnastics?

Cane cluck don't do gymnastics. Or track, or swimming. Or golf, or softball or lacrosse.
Cane cluck don't do basketball.
Cane cluck hasn't done baseball since 2008.
Cane cluck can't do football in the past decade.
Cane cluck never sniff ACC ship game.
ACC, the weakest and sorriest league in the world, yet cane cluck cannot even be in the mix to win it.
Cannot even show to the ship game.
How sorry is that.

"It's amazing with every resource imaginable in this state the Gators have not won football championships"

You post this and call some one else a moron?
In which alternate reality do you live?

LMFAO In January Al Folden said our DB's will be our strength this year, Duke missing spring practice, along with Yearby, so we take our best short yardage RB and turn him into DB. R u kidding me Yearby will have no experience at all and missing spring practice, I like Gus but he couldn't beat out Crawford last year, this is a move that's called a ( sucker ) Crawford will be the scapegoat of NOCOACHD, he will say we have a new guy playing safety that's why that happened ( EXCUSE 1,143 coming soon )

David Perry a DE has left the U, I think they were trying him out at safety, but Crawford had the upper edge...ROFLMFAO

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