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MONDAY NEWS: Golden talks at length re QB Williams' injury, Olsen, Duke & Yearby, defense, Seantrel, spring game (thanks to WQAM, Joe Rose)

   Joe Rose of WQAM had great interview this morning with UM football coach Al Golden. Plenty of information below, taken from interview, courtesy of WQAM.

   Al GOLDEN THIS MORNING:

    “We were all just thrilled with the effort given Friday night – we were fired up – and then obviously deflated a little bit with the injury of Ryan Williams. Disappointed for the young man, but he’s going to fight back.

  “He’s in great spirits, not a lot of swelling, so that’s going to help his recovery time. We’ve got a chance to have some other guys step up, including Kevin Olsen, and move this thing forward.

      “We were fairly confident because as a staff we stayed here and watched it Friday night. There was no swing of the knee, there was nothing that was like, ‘Whoa, boy! We’re in trouble.’ We were confident that he was going to be OK.

   “It was just one of those freak deals. He was running. So, you don’t know why it happens. I feel badly even talking about it.

   “As a team, He’s got a lot of support. He’s a class act. He’s going to continue to lead, but now he’s going to need our help, as opposed to the guy who is always helping everybody else. Because as everybody who has been through rehab knows, there are moments of denial, there are moments of isolation and we can’t let that happen. We’ve got to let him continue to lead and be there for him and at the same time I know he’s going to do the same for us, because he’s as tough as they come and a class act.

   “We’ll get him back and get him going as soon as possible.’’

ANY IDEA OF A TIME FRAME FOR GETTING RYAN BACK?

  “The only thing I know right now is what Dr. [Lee] Kaplan shared with us and the fact that there’s no swelling is a great sign in terms of the recovery. Clearly if it remains that way they’ll be able to do the surgery immediately. If there’s any silver lining it’s that.

  “Kevin Olsen came in and did a really good job. We were really pleased with his effort. The guys rallied around him and he came up with a big night Friday night to finish the scrimmage."

  WAS THE COMPETITION CLOSE OR WAS RYAN THE CLEAR CUT NO. 1 IN YOUR EYES?

  "Ryan was clear cut. Ryan was the starter, there’s no question. But was Kevin gaining ground? Was Kevin improving? Yeah. I think everybody in the building could see that.

  "Even before we knew the diagnosis of Ryan on Saturday, everybody left with a really good feeling for what Kevin could do by the way he conducted the second half of that scrimmage and led the two-minute drive.

  "Kevin has been doing a lot better. His preparation is better, his process is better and it’s allowing him to play. We’re starting to see his personality on the field, which is important. At some point you’ve got to get to that time in the game or that place in his mind where you can just go play and Kevin is getting there now so that’s good."

On incoming [four-star] freshman Brad Kaaya. Does this change your mindset for a true-freshman quarterback who is so far behind but has physical talent?

 GOLDEN: “No. 1, the two young people who are here – Kevin Olsen and Gray Crow – they’re going to get a great opportunity here in the next three days and they’re gong to continue to improve and clearly they’ll have the upper hand because they’ll be able to work on site with our receivers. But [fellow incoming freshman QB Malik] Rosier and Kaaya coming in, they have to step up their game too. We really don’t know what the diagnosis is right now. But as a team, we’re at the point right now where Duke Johnson is going to have to step up and lead, and Clive Walford is going to have to step up and lead and Herb Waters, and Stacy Coley has been leading and Phillip Dorsett is going to have to step. We’re going to have to have some guys step up and rally.

 “We’re not a throw it 60-time game operation. We’re going to have to fit any of those guys I mentioned and clearly there’s going to be a competition if in fact Ryan is going to be out. We’re going to have to see what that brings. But right now Kevin and Gray will be running the show and competing and we’ll see where it goes."

MORE NEWS FROM GOLDEN FROM THE INTERVIEW:

 *** "[WR] Rashawn Scott has probably made the biggest difference this spring. He’s changed the whole dynamic. Everyone has stepped up their game there."

*** [WR] Malcolm Lewis, on Friday night, that was the best we’ve seen Malcolm probably since his freshman year. He just was never 100 percent. He had five catches for 103 yards the other night.

 *** Both RBs [Joe] Yearby and Duke [Johnson] will be taking snaps in controlled settings this week, those guys plus Gus [Edwards] and [Walter] Tuck[er] give us an opportunity to make our defense better by moving Dallas [Crawford to safety.] If we didn’t feel better about that running back group than we wouldn’t have moved Dallas. Whoever is the quarterback on opening night is going to have guys around him to get the ball to." 

   Golden stressed that Yearby and Johnson will get “individual drills, teach periods, walk throughs, things where we can get them locked in to their aim points or their assignments on pass routes and protections. Everything I’m hearing is that they’re doing great. We’ll get them out there and of course we’ll protect them.

   “I see both of these guys running full speed and being back way before that. I’m guessing May, if not the end of this month.’’

     Golden said “if you haven’t seen Duke Johnson you are going to be blown away by him – 205, 206 pounds. He has really turned a negative into a positive, changed his body. He has an edge about him, can’t wait to come back.’’  

 *** Who has impressed you on defense from start to finish during spring?

        "The  guys who jump out the most for me is the safety play. The safety play has changed dramatically this spring. [Deon] Bush is completely healthy and playing with more confidence, [Jamal] Carter clearly is not a freshman anymore and doing a great job. And Dallas brings a toughness, that blue-collar mentality, that work ethic, don’t back down to anybody – so that position has changed and really those three jump out as guys that are competing everybody. They’re getting better and they’re making us better."

     Defensive tackle [Ufomba] Kamalu is another young man who is really making progess… But probably the most consistent guy is linebacker [Raphael] Kirby. Kirby has really had a good spring for us and we needed that. Kirby, Armbrister, Figueroa, those guys at linebacker have been more consistent. They’re bigger.. we’re getting stronger."

 Also, "[CB] Artie Burns has really come on as late now that he’s back in the groove."

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    NEWS ON SPRING GAME, WHICH IS REALLY NOT A GAME THIS YEAR, GOLDEN EXPLAINED..

    GOLDEN: "No. 1, which is going to be a departure, it’s just going to be offense vs. defense. Because of some injuries, we really don’t have the opportunity to go an orange squad or white squad. It’s going to be just offense vs. defense. We’ll start out with some one on ones.. then seven on sevens… then put the ball in various spots.. backed up or goal line or a couple shots from every area of the field.. We’ll have a couple cameras on some players. It should be fun."  

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  On Seantrel Henderson’s UM Pro Timing Day: “I don’t think that was a fair representation, because he did finish. He did dehydrate. I don’t know if he got sick but he did come back and finish the workout. He just needed to step out and get some Gatorade and then he came back.

   “No. 2, Seantrel toward the end of his career was playing his best football, was playing his most consistent football. I’d tell [NFL teams] that he’s a guy that needs structure, that he needs to continue to be part of the process but he has come a long way. He was 388 poiunds when he got here, he’s 331 now. He’s made a different commitment to his body.

   “There is room for him to grow. He can still improve in terms of his football intelligence, his technique, all of those things. …Sometimes people say, ‘Is he the type of guy that will divide a locker room?’ That is not Seantrel. Seantrel is not a divisive figure, at all. In fact, he’s a lovable kid. People like him. He’s had some hiccups, but clearly those are things that he’s addressed and has been open and honest about. I just hope he gets the chance to move forward now and really get focused in, get in somewhere where he has structure, where he has leadership and where he’s around some veterans who will take him under their wing and take him ultimately where he wants to go as a person and player."

     SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

 

 

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After the bb finals tonight, it will be a long time until September football. NBA and baseball, at best, are like methadone to get us there.

"Gets the ball off before the WR even turns his head. Jharris never did that and Morris only did that a little bit better than JHarris did." -CANETILLIDIE

Really??? Harris led receivers countless times and far better than Morris did probably considering that Morris oftentimes used his arm strength over touch.

Its really ironic how Ryan William's practice TDs are more memorable than Jacory's 70 (2nd all-time) in game TDs now. Including that one beautiful strike to Travis Benjamin on the FSU 5 yard line that set up the go ahead score and eventual win in his sophomore year--the last time we beat them. Or the countless laid passes to Theron Collier, Streeter, Leonard Hankerson and Jimmy Graham. William's practice passes trump all those memories and cause amnesia I suppose.

Ryan is *of course* "hard-workin", "diligent", "responsible", "a team player", "intelligent" etc etc…of course no one with physical talent could have any of those attributes--its always labeling a person one of two ways LOL! Either this or that.

Was Jacory a physical specimen? Not at all.
Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | April 07, 2014 at 12:50 PM


I tell u what sucks, Morris last year played on one leg hurting the team, Golden never once started Ryan, by doing that he didn't gain any QB depth or show confidence in Ryan, the kid comes here and watches Morris hop on one leg and make Freshman mistakes and never plays, Ryan ought to go right up to Golden and kick him square in the nuts.....CAREER OVER AND NEVER HAD A CHANCE, CUZ GOLDEN GOES BY >>>>>> NOT NEXT BEST>>>>>>ITS WHO BEEN HERE THE LONGEST

Golden should've played Williams all of those weeks Morris nursed the ankle injury. Now Williams may never start a game.

You guys have to let Jacory go.

I don't agree with Duke having to lead the team. He's going to run the kid into the ground again, i just know it. Get Edwards the ball until Duke is 100%. There are several talented players on the offense who should be able to contribute.

Relax guys, Kevin is doing as good as or better than Williams in practice so far. This offense is so potent it has already scored a bunch of TDs, we will win this Spring game for sure.
Only thing is I had my "Williams for Heisman" signs already made up. Will save them in case he red shirts for next year.

HarrietTubmanCane.....


So you're just a copy paster huh?

Nice to ready more common sense in this blog. All of those stating that it was a mistake not to bench Morris while injured and allow Williams to play. That I put squarely on Golden. Poor decision in my opinion.

I wish KO the best. Get your act together kid and lets take everyone head on. RW get well soon and hope to see you on the field.

GO U!!!!!

Harrytubman

Man that post had nothing to do with this blog. It doesn't even make sense. Wait a minute, are you one of those multiple personalities posters in our blogs posting anything garbage like to attempt to annoy real fans? You may say no but your actions scream yes. Sorry man, busted. Get a life.


GO CANES!!!!!

We are not the first nor last team to be impacted by an injury. We are not the only team looking for a starting QB (i.e., VT, GT, AL, Clemson, LSU, Georgia, Louisville, Pitt, UCF, TAMU, etc.). Williams had experience, which would help, especially having the first game on the road. Remember Dorsey's first game against Washington, which he admitted not being mentally ready for that environment.

If everyone is hoping the running game will bail us out...think twice. Louisville and Nebraska will stack to box and pressure 70% of the time. OC has his work cut out on preparing these quarterbacks over the next 4 months. We need a QB coach to help prepare these QBs. Why keep a TE coach...when we have a WR/lineman coaches on staff. Coley was helping Jimbo at FSU as the QB coach. Jimbo ran the offense on game day, but Coley designed the packages or schemes best suited the QB against the opponent's weaknesses. The existing QBs and incoming QBs need a Dorsey, Walsh, or Kosar on staff to enhance their development.

As for Duke Johnson's new body, I hope he has not loss speed and endurance due to the extra weight. At times, extra weight could get players in a false sense of power...rather than using God given abilities and skills. ACC is not a physical conference, and majority of the teams have a pass focus, except for GT.

I was reviewing old U football clips when Russel Maryland was an overweigth DT upon arriving to the U. He was 6'0 330, and the coaching staff made him get dwown to 275. Maryland shared, he was able to maintain his power, because of quickness and endurance. Jerome Brown had to lose weight too! He came into camp at 315, but play at 280. By the way, both were All-Americans, and later became high draft picks in the NFL.

I then reviewed the clips on Dorsey too. Bottom line, he was the man and used the talent around him at the highest level. He was a big time leader and a winner...period.

At least RichmondHeightsCanes comes in here with great points and optimism.

That last bit about Dorsey is right along what I mentioned about Williams early on another post. He used the talent around him. Get the play makers the ball and let them do their thing. Just manage the game, lead your team with confidence and you'll win....period.

Great post RHC


GO U!!!!!


Regardless how much better RW has gotten, Olsen is the first top QB this program has landed in quite some time. Morris and RW were just stop-gaps in this rebuilding effort. It's no guarantee of success, but let's face it, teams with 4 and 5 star recruits usually are good.
KO comes to UM as a highly ranked HS QB. He did very well at the Elite 11 competition, finishing top 5.
Now Ryan might have won more this year, but having top QB get experience is what this team needs.

Regardless how much better RW has gotten, Olsen is the first top QB this program has landed in quite some time. Morris and RW were just stop-gaps in this rebuilding effort. It's no guarantee of success, but let's face it, teams with 4 and 5 star recruits usually are good.
KO comes to UM as a highly ranked HS QB. He did very well at the Elite 11 competition, finishing top 5.
Now Ryan might have won more this year, but having top QB get experience is what this team needs.

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GOOD POST.


You guys have to let Jacory go.

Posted by: Canesjunkie | April 07, 2014 at 01:58 PM

I keep reading this "let someone go", but what does it mean??

Does it mean that a person shouldn't respond to someone bringing up an old player or team like CANETILLIDIE did?

CANETILLIDIE?

What didn't make sense? Please elaborate. Your only response is that my post responds to a comment U made on the last blog and that I reposted the comment to the current blog after noticing there was a new one up??? Thats it, feel that must mean that the actual content of the post is on point since U failed to address it.

But yea, I'm guilty of reposting my comment because a new blog is up--I guess all of us must be blog nuisances and trolls then--if thats the prerequisite???

U can't substantiate your point articulately, so the name-calling, insults, deflection and discrediting begins. Now who should actually get the life. Zero insults in my posts.

I too was reviewing old UM clips and have seem our Glory Days DVD from back in the day many times. I tell you Olsen is the man. He has performed very well in practice. Has torched the defense time and again as a matter of fact. With all these scrimmages and with the positive momentum with a win in the upcoming Spring game he will be more than ready for the Cardinals. So far this Spring our offense has been phenomenal. Olsen for Heisman!

U said Jacory "never" led a receiver--thats a lie and fallacy…period.

Keep judging and talking about the quality of posts, but can u pull a good post off. I mean U know what one looks like, but where are your own?

RHC, you got it man. Last good qb we had was Dorsey. He was a winner and made everyone better, like a great point guard. All since have been somewhere between low average and terrible. KW maximized the difference between hype and reality. Harris was an interception machine. None of the ones that headed out for greener pastures ever did anything.

Olsen and Kaaya appear promising. Time will tell.

Olsen has the talent, but his inexperience will cost the U some games. Williams could audible and get the offense out of some bad plays. It'll be awhile before Olsen can make the right reads and audibles.

Harriet Tubman Cane

Jacory was not any better or worse than the QBs we've had since Ken Dorsey, who I agree with GatorKillerCane was our last good QB.
I just get a feeling that with you it's more about race and inner city, and Randy Shannon vs Golden than Miami Hurricane football.
I saw Jacory when he played for the Bulls in HS and I though he looked like Peyton Manning the way he ran the no huddle offense so I expected more from him. But unfortunately he didn't have the arm or physical strength to do the same at the next level(or the coaching).
Why don't we just put Shannon, Jacory, etc.. to rest already and support the team?
I understand that even in football culture is a part of it and Golden and D'onofrio don't play aggressive, inner city pleasing schemes, I hated our defense as well but we simply did not have the players ready for that.
I believe - and hope - that with the progress in talent, growth, and depth we'll see more man coverage and pressure defense this year, or else I will as upset as you, but let's sit back and see what happens this year.
No more excuses, but let's get behind the team and be real Canes.

Japicky is gone. Bragging about all his td's is like the gators bragging about appearing in the final four the day after. Let it go.

The only reason I brought up JHarris before was to make a reference to the types of QBs we have had to deal with since Golden has become coach. Never did I have some intent to simply bring him up and drag his name around. It was for an example purpose only. Others have continued giving JHarris credit here and there. I don't remember ever him deserving any credit. Made us look like a joke against OhioSt. JHarris was an interception machine, plain and simple. Give him all the accolades you want. Bunch of so called fans from your couches while I go to the games and see for myself.

Morris - I'm going to miss the hell out of him because he was a good QB with a damn strong arm. If he didn't get injured his final year, who knows what could have happened. He played without fear. Love that in a football player.

Williams - wish the best and fast recovery.

Olsen - Get ready son.


GO CANES!!!!!


be glad it happened now and not mid season. ryan will be back 6-8 weeks at most. This is no worry, did want to see him in the spring game.

A .500 season beckons if Williams misses the season. A redshirt freshman QB who "is just getting there" and a defense that aspires to be mediocre will lead to losses against just about any quality opponent. Can't see them winning at Louisville or Nebraska with that setup.

So it may be a less serious injury than thought for Williams. I absolutely hope so!

Then those man crush lovers, gator, golden until you die, and many others will, as now, have no more excuses.

Let this season get no greater than two losses. That would be a major accomplishment for any coach. That would get my complete support for Al Golden.

I place support behind accomplishments, tit suckers. Accomplishments between the goalpost are what coaches at Miami were judged in the recent past.

Marios, U get that feeling because thats how it truly is within U. Its called projecting.

My *response* post didn't make a judgement on whether Jacory was a good or bad QB, that wasn't the point. canetillidie, said that Jacory *never* threw a pass before a receiver came out of his route break, and we all know that isn't accurate. its very simple so how U got all of the rest of that is actually in the mirror and not from my post. I gave a specific example of the pass play to travis Benjamin versus FSU to illustrate how the statement was false as well. Thats it, just a response post, supported by evidence and true. It isn't "bragging", just facts that he threw for 70 TDs, how could he have been so successful if he was so bad and not even a physical specimen??? i believe Jacory and Morris were "good' QBs, but Dorsey was "great" along with the team he led.

Again, why is it on me to "put Shannon and Jacory to rest" when its visually apparent that I've *never* posted about either of them unless its in response to a previous post?

Why do some of U continue to ask me to do something, when I'm not the person doing it? What don't u and others understand about the sequence of events?? If u believed it was time to "let them go", why don't U say so when certain bloggers bring them up. Where is your post to CANETILLIDIE or BrandonSpikes….or Gary…or holmie or the rest of the hoods??

This continued selective admonishment exposes U dudes, U agree with them and thats fine.

Its ok to let them be bashed, but its time to let them go, when someone defends their contributions to UM. I gotcha!

Who truly needs to let them go??

I hear zero bashing of Kyle wright and Kirby Freeman, if Jacory sucked, what were they and why are they being "let go"?

HTC

I respect your comment but if I'm not wrong you and Calvin bash the Canes, Golden and D'Onofrio more than the Gator trolls here and it usually comes back to Shannon vs Golden. It undercuts our efforts to once again establishing the "State of Miami" in recruiting.

If I'm wrong then my apologies, it just get's tiring to go on here and read the same negative posts over and over again by people who claim to be Cane fans.

Expectations, even my own, tend to get lofty because many of us here lived through our dynasty years. But we need to give these coaches and kids a chance to do their best and support them.

I apologize if my comments here insulted anyone and if they did they were either stated incorrectly or misunderstood.

Golden just spits out what he thinks everyone wants to hear. The dude is a pathetic coach who should be a politician. Can't believe anything he says anymore. Just sad to see this program going nowhere.
It is good to see baseball winning some games. Even though the competition hasn't been very good, the W's are nice to see.
Congrats to UConn for beating the turds.

Wait, wait, wait: GaterKiller: You are truly out of your mind if U believe Dorsey was anywhere good as a QB: He had Johnson, Reed, Portis, Joseph, that team was flat out stacked.

Grandma-ma-ma-ma could have played QB on that team.

KD is and always be overrated as a UM QB in my book. But he is OK as a QB coach to Cam Newton.

Best ever out of UM Jim Kelly
Smartest: Kozar and Walsh
Best leader: Toretta
Unsung hero: J12
Never got what they deserved: Costa, Berlin and Collins, add Kenny Kelly to this list, too
Purest passer: Morris
The "OK" club" Wright, Erickson

Marios: that NW team was one of the quickest and fastest teams ever in Dade football lore. U can have fast no huddles with payers like Aldarius and and that crew. Plus, that team was VERY smart and intelligent and blew everybody away that they played.

If J12 didn't lolok like the J12 he was at NW it was because he had different people to work with as in OC's. J12 had 3 OC's and was often injured at UM, yet he still beat out the talented but weak minded Marve.

I see what U are saying, but, all things considered, the comment is a lot of base.

This "he made everybody better" comment about KD continues to crack me up. Who did he make better? Portis? Reed? Johnson? Get out of here with that garbage.

You all ask to let Shannon and jacory be the past but you are constantly dragging their names through the mud and giving golden a pass. It is about race for some of you. Shannon and golden are what and what.if you read golden's quotes he doesn't use correct English a lot of the time but some fans will only point out Shannon's bad English. There would be no reason to go back in the past if some you didn't bring them up and called a spade a spade.

Never have bashed the Canes, so U are wrong. The Canes are those who aren't paid employees, like fans and players in my opinion. Until you've won something as a paid employee, you're just that. Are former ADs Einhorst & Hocutt Canes? Is Patrick Nix a Cane and above reproach?

Golden and D'No are employees, who tried to leave a few months ago and that have ravaged the defensive philosophy that made the U what it is. They openly speak of changing our culture and Raising Canes, but the results don't match the speech. Dudes can't coach, and I don't care what color they are. If U check the history of posts, I fully supported them until midseason in the 2nd year of their tenure at UM. Thats when it became apparent to me that they were in over their heads.

This is Golden's defense and thats the #1 reason why D'No is still the DC, followed closely by his being Golden's best friend, college roommate, and best man. This a fact that many ignore by continuing to call for D'No head, when Golden has said numerous times that it is his defense. If it wasn't Golden's defense, D'No would have been fired.

Again, understating and ignoring the negative posts that I respond to is hilarious. I respond to and take up the fight against negative posts against true Cane family members.

I haven't posted here in months, but as soon as I start then iIm accused of consistently being negative lol. I think this is a case of not wanting too read what U don't agree with, but thats life right?

A dinged up QB..again..

WILLIAMS WILL COME BACK. HE IS THE TYPE OF INDIVIDUAL WHO IS WILLING TO SACRIFICE HIMSELF FOR THE TEAM. HARD WORK @ REHAB AND HIS DEDICATION AND INTELLIGENCE WILL MAKE HIM THE CANES STARTING QB IN THE FALL. WE ARE STRONGER FASTER AND DEEPER AT ALL POSITIONS. LOOKING FORWARD TO THE FALL AND CANES FOOTBALL.

HTC,
That last post was pretty spot on. I think you take things a bit too personally here sometimes, and that's cool, but the analysis you just did was pretty good.

I trust AG not one iota, but at this point, I am going to support the team in the offseason without bashing AG too much more; as it's just circlejerking what we saw at the end of last season.

We have a lot of change in personnel and we just have to wait and see if the coaching matters. I don't think it will and will be pulling my hair out by October, but am more than willing to eat crow.

Canetillidie,
DNO bought out?! What other sites?

yeah HTC

or the countless lob wedges he threw to defenders- the countless redzone interceptions-- the countles not being able to read a d-m defense to save his life-- the countless ints he threw against those white boys notre dame dbacks and linebackers.

come on fool

Jacorry harris was horrible, An embarassment to UM. Every single person I had to listen to for 4 years that rooted against us, whethger Clemson, UF, FSU or Kansas State fans knew he s--ked and they laughed about it.

gimme a break with that nonsense
stop

yeah cool cat Kenny Dorsey made Andre Johnson better by putting the ball inhis hands--IN STride instead of throwing ints like your boy Jacorry did countless of times

Yeah he made them better by passing the ball to them. So- Did AJ or JEremy Shockye throw their own balls?/

Lord knows Kenny Kelly couldnt throw worse a da-ng that a freshman had to replace him - That move by Butch Davis and Coker was genius. Kenny Kelly would have never done as well as Dorsey- and for that matter neither would Crudup.

Cool cat and Harriet Tubman- Two racist pigs on here

Spring Champs for Heisman!

The new racist mantra and go to reference is to call those who call them out, racists lol!

A racist is a person who believes that one group of people or race is innately superior or inferior to another.

Now with that said, how have my comments represented or embodied this definition?

The definition is not someone who is passionate. Not someone who speaks the truth unapologetically. Not someone whom U disagree with or who is disagreeable.

Please don't change the dictionary, just respond and *try* to articulate yourself without insults--as hard as it may seem--U are capable--I believe in U guys!

Jacory's INT are countable, there's a stat for them. His wins and TDs are as well lol!

Jacory is neither one of my favorite Canes, nor one of my favorite Cane QBs, that would be Steve Walsh and Kosar personally, so i don't need a post directed at bashing Jacory as if he's my boy.

If we want to talk former sucky QBs, how about Kyle Wright and Kirby Freeman?? I don't understand why Jacory tops the list and why people won't "let him go" lol??

beed, sorry for ruining the good ole boy fun with the truth, its not personal bro!

Never have bashed the Canes, so U are wrong. The Canes are those who aren't paid employees, like fans and players in my opinion. Until you've won something as a paid employee, you're just that. Are former ADs Einhorst & Hocutt Canes? Is Patrick Nix a Cane and above reproach?

Golden and D'No are employees, who tried to leave a few months ago and that have ravaged the defensive philosophy that made the U what it is. They openly speak of changing our culture and Raising Canes, but the results don't match the speech. Dudes can't coach, and I don't care what color they are. If U check the history of posts, I fully supported them until midseason in the 2nd year of their tenure at UM. Thats when it became apparent to me that they were in over their heads.

This is Golden's defense and thats the #1 reason why D'No is still the DC, followed closely by his being Golden's best friend, college roommate, and best man. This a fact that many ignore by continuing to call for D'No head, when Golden has said numerous times that it is his defense. If it wasn't Golden's defense, D'No would have been fired.

Again, understating and ignoring the negative posts that I respond to is hilarious. I respond to and take up the fight against negative posts against true Cane family members.

I haven't posted here in months, but as soon as I start then iIm accused of consistently being negative lol. I think this is a case of not wanting too read what U don't agree with, but thats life right?

Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | April 07, 2014 at 07:56 PM
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ROFL

Especially this part:

"Dudes can't coach, and I don't care what color they are."
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marios apparently needs to be tutored on what we post. Unless he's calling the 2 penn disgrace morons UM, we don't bash UM, we bash the morons in it that have helped and continue to help bring this football program down and make us mediocre.

People like to keep trying to bash shannon and jacory, when it was those 2 who help to bring this team back to national prominence. shannon got stuck with an stupid oc who didn't have shannon's best interest at heart and like many on this blog, because shannon was who he was, like obama, they don't care how smart he is, they just made cause he black.

In year 3 under shannon, we had basically 4 primetime games, and showed up in all of them, yeah the V-tech score might not have looked that way, but had jimmy graham caught a couple of passes and the stupid oc didn't keep putting j70 under center with an empty backfield that game would've been a whole lot different too. How come in shannon's 2nd year and in the 2nd game of that year, shannon went toe to toe with the eventual national champions with a garbage oc that shannon was forced to go to war with because of budget issues.

Be that as it may, no matter how bad patrick nix was, none of shannon's coordinators or coaches were ever worst than the head morons penn disgrace buddy ever. But yet, somehow some way, people want to keep acting like shannon didn't leave these morons any players, what was the defense ranked in shannon's last year here and what was the defense ranked in these morons 1st year here, they got left with a top 25 defense at worst.

I've been come to the conclusion you can't talk football with people who just luv to sac ride an imbecile head coach that hasn't won nothing at UM yet. We support the players not some coaches who should be privileged to even be able to coach the players at UM that can bring them to national prominence if they get out of the way, but instead you got morons coming in here with an unproven track record, no championships to show for it nowhere trying to stake claim that they can bring a national championship here.

And are trying to teach players a new way of playing football that not to many people in Miami are familiar except losing arse don shula, it's the same stupid system. Decent offense, no defense.

The most important item other than Ryan is Duke, but what is the plan for no defense last year, Golden needs to be ready with his buddy DC Mark who is over his head about defense football in ACC and Miami. Golden must realize DC cant survey with another no results or major improvement year, Golden will be made to remove him or both., get a real defensive coach who knows how to coach football and has experience in the game as a coach. I can name 7 to 8 coachs that will out coach Golden and defense coachs.

My sources tell me Olsen keeps torching the D in every practice. So far in the Spring he has scored more TDs than Williams and Crow combined with less reps. He will be taking most of the reps now, imagine what he can do.
Once he wins the Spring game he will go into the Louisville game with lots of momentum. So far in the Spring he hasn't faced a D he couldn't toy with.
Olsen for Heisman!

Good interviwe. Cant Wait for the season to start.

Let's not leave Joseph Yearby out of the equation. Watch what the young guy can do.

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