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Another "Welcome to the U:" Kaaya 4-star OT teammate commits

The Brad Kaaya pipeline is paying dividend for the Miami Hurricanes.

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade four-star offensive tackle Bar Milo – class of 2015 – committed to the University of Miami on Wednesday night.

Kaaya, the true freshman starting quarterback for the Hurricanes, recently graduated from Chaminade.

Milo, 6-6 and 300 pounds, told Rivals.com on Monday that “regardless of where I commit I promised my parents I’d keep my recruitment open and not be fully committed. But where I commit, that’s where I plan on going. I’d just stay open.’’ Milo added that “he’s taking into consideration’’ that his parents don’t want him to go too far from home.

His other finalists were Washington, Nebraska and ArizonaState.

Milo attended ‘U’ Day on an unofficial visit Aug 10. He watched the Canes practice and told 247Sports.com that Kaaya was “fantastic. He only says good things about Miami – how fantastic he’s been treated and how it’s a family atmosphere. He thinks it would be a great fit for me.’’

Milo is ranked the 32nd best offensive tackle by Rivals and the 26th in 247Sports’ composite rankings.

He is the seventh offensive lineman to commit for 2015, a class that now has 23 commits, according to 247Sports. On Tuesday, Under-Armour All-American kicker Andrew Galitz decommitted from Miami and committed to Baylor.

“I have officially decommited from the University of Miami,’’ he posted on Twitter. “I would like to thank the coaching staff for recruiting me.’’

If he follows through and signs with UM, Milo would be the third Hurricane out of West Hills Chaminade. Kicker Matt Goudis also went there.    

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

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I dont believe a single thing these "commits" say unless they live in the 305 954 239 or 561. That's it. These kids are fickle as he11/

Only advantage is that his buddy is recruiting him.

1-305

What about the 813 and 941? They are in the 'State of Miami.'

"Beamer and his staff have come under scrutiny after winning just 15 total games over the past two seasons, after a run of eight straight seasons of at least 10 wins. The hiring of Babcock as the school's AD this winter only added to speculation that this could be a make-or-break year for Beamer".

This is a Coach with 266 wins in 28 seasons at Virginia Tech and our rival.
Coach Beamer did receive a new 2 year contract til 2019 from the new AD----
BUT DON'T EVER SAY FANS AND BLOGGERS CANNOT QUESTION THE TENURE OF AL GOLDEN AT UM.

AL GOLDEN IS NOT REMOTELY IN THE SAME CLASS AS FRANK BEAMER.

READ THIS AND WEEP DARK SKIES FOREVER MORE!

F@&k Beamer and his tumor. VT we're coming for you!!!!!!!


CANES 2014!!!!!!!

786

Guys seriously, what the hell is the obsession with AG, FOR or AGAINST? EVERY new story, no matter what it is, this one is a good one about a new commit, and IMMEDIATELY it's followed by a post about VT and Beamer and how AG isn't in a class with him. I mean really, you guys that talk bad about him, are just as guilty as those that talk good about him. Jeez man, we got a new recruit, we got our 1st game coming up, and guys chomping at the bit to get on the field and (hopefully) get some pay back, and all you guys wanna talk about is AG. Unbelievable!! Let's do what Al Blades screamed in his locker room speech, 'let's go and fuuuuuucck dem boys up'!!!!

754 and 863

Listening to Golden trying to studder n stammer his way through BSing as he's being hammered by the Big-O on QAM this morning was nothing short of painful to listen to.

VERY SIMPLE......

21-16......

That's all they need to be reminded of.....here...lets go over our little saying one more time....its actually been awhile...

hemmmm....hemmmmm

TIMMY TEARS ON TV
NO DYNASTY
BULLDOG BEAT DOWN EVERY YEAR
BAMA BEATDOWN EVERY YEAR
URBAN MEYER THE LIAR THE OHIO HIRE
MUSCHUMP WITH THE $400 FIST BUMP
60 PLUS ARREST IN LAST 4 YEARS
1 SERIAL KILLER TO CLAIM
LOUISVILLE ROMP IN THE SWAMP
21-16
4-8
5>3
GEORGIA SOUTHERN SMOTHERIN
TURDS BLOCKING TURDS = TURDS
UF 4TH BEST BEHIND FSU, UM & UCF

BUT LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE.....TEBOW TO ST. LOUIS....ALRIGHHHTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Cola Cane | August 27, 2014 at 08:25 PM

good point, just tired of the Blue Skies idiot---preaching the greatness of Big Al.

Glad to have him, however he appears to have his feet set to skip out and stay close to home.

I feel ya Cola! Did anybody catch Hochman on 560 earlier suggesting we'ld be happy as a fan base if Kaaya played well but we lost? Really Hoc! I expect better! This is a revenge game.

305? LSU, Alabama, FSU, even UF own the the 305. Just look at their rosters!

305? LSU, Alabama, FSU, even UF own the the 305. Just look at their rosters!
Posted by: 305 whatever
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There are enough to go around for everyone. No one OWNS the 305.

813 Yes Sir !! Nice to see another talented kid give a verbal well kinda sorta lol Take your time young man enjoy high school Then visit your boy next year and commit Man o Man its almost football time after Da U beats Louis ville can the idiots be banned for at least 1 week

Glad to have him, however he appears to have his feet set to skip out and stay close to home.
Posted by: Rabblerouser

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Yeah I don't like the way he committed either.

Milo Will Still Take All Five Visits

Offensive tackle Bar Milo (West Hills, Calif./Chaminade) just announced a verbal commitment to Miami (Fla.).

This won’t end his recruitment, though.

Milo said that because of his parent’s encouragement, he still plans to take all five official visits to Miami, Arizona State, Nebraska, Washington while saving his fifth official visit “just in case someone may come in.”

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That's a "Commitment" ?

If we win he'll come if not get another kid.....back to football, turnovers, create short fields for the kid.


I agree with 1st poster, Golden knew. If he or his agent didn't know they are the two most ill equipped individuals. Every fan knew this thing was lingering over the school and it was even mentioned on ESPN before he was hired. He knew

Posted by: U | August 27, 2014 at 03:55 PM

Just one of the FEW Hurricane fans SPEAKING TRUTH to POWER! Nothing more, nothing less.

And I whole heartedly salute U for that. hUh

Posted by: TheeMackJones | August 27, 2014 at 04:26 PM


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the other 6-7 Coaches that were contacted bfore Golden, initially interviewed and then removed their names as Head Coach candidates ALL KNEW TOO ... The fact that if Golden and his agent didn't know, which they did as leverage, would just make him look stupid. He and his agent played the U for a contract extension and raise right before a Home Finale Season ending loss to BC.

Who cares if he knew....LIG (let it go)!!!!

goldens secret mission to destroy the U
he hates the U for losing to Penn State in 1986
golden is really Joe Paterno Jr

and I am a complete idiot, racist, and a loser

What's with all the ugliness on this blog?? I hope neither side is being written by a parent, it would be sad to see a child raised by such spiteful people. Why waste even one minute of your life holding into hate? Do you feel like hating someone will have any effect on them in the least? It probably makes them feel good to have you hate them, right? Jesus, even typing the word "hate" makes me feel dirty, lol

Just one of the FEW Hurricane fans SPEAKING TRUTH to POWER! Nothing more, nothing less.
And I whole heartedly salute U for that. hUh

Posted by: TheeMackJones
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No Hurricane FANS are getting FIRED up about Monday dude, and you nuts just want to obsess over a coach, or as in TMacks case he also obsesses over Petrino too. You guys are like a bunch of OLD divorcees who spend the rest of their lives bitching about their exes. Let it go man jeez.

I'm holding onto hate....for Louisville.

We got hoes....

best comment of the night!

had Penn. St. OFFERED Golden last Jan., which they DID NOT, he'd of bolted quicker than a Cane fan could say the word "process." Plain and simple, the guy OVER ACTIVELY campaigned to go home for 5 days and then on the 6th day lied straight to all our faces saying he's 100% in with the Canes.

U can buy that BULLSHEET because he gave U some Golden Roses and sweet words, but not REAL Cane Fans that know.

11 Wins ... ACC Championship game... Jan. Bowl Win... Nothingless or move on.

but now that we have a Freshman QB it might be a few more years right Coach ? Process that.

Who cares if he knew....LIG (let it go)!!!!

Posted by: PUNA68 | August 27, 2014 at 09:36 PM

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Hey, if someone stands in ur face eye to eye, starts pizzzzing down ur leg and says it's raining and U look up, that's ur problem Pal... U just stay in line and keep marching straight ahead blindly being lead.

Obviously nobody is hyped about Monday nights game because that's what the headmoron and his Penn disgrace buddy has brought to this program. Did you not read where the headmoron said something about "continuity" being the way to go. So who in their right mind can Truly get hype for this game after seeing what we saw once the real season started and then the bowl game.

And now we got corn elder crying about "he thought they tried to run up the score" well that's what any good team is suppose to do. Obviously, corn is taking after the mentality of the headmoron and his Penn disgrace buddy, cry babies and excuse making.

The headmoron is the most confident coach before and after the season, come the season, you can barely find him or his Penn disgrace buddy.

By Christy Cabrera Chirinos, Sun Sentinel
August 28, 2014

CORAL GABLES — It didn't take long for Duke Johnson to know this injury was serious.

Like most football players, the Hurricanes star running back has dealt with his share of pain. But he says doctors had always told him, when it came to his ankle, if he didn't feel a pop, he'd probably be alright.

On that November night in Tallahassee though, as he landed awkwardly on the turf at Doak Campbell Stadium while he and his Miami teammates tried to rally against Florida State, Johnson recalls he felt not one, but two of those worrisome pops.


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He left the stadium that night on crutches, his right ankle fractured, his season over.

Pictures: Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders 2015 Swimsuit Calendar

He's been waiting for Miami's season opener at Louisville on Monday and his return to football, ever since.

"It'll be emotional. I know somewhere, my mom will be crying," Johnson said. "If I can find her, she'll be crying. That's 100 percent sure. It will be emotional and it will be exciting to finally get back out there and play in a real game, real speed on Labor Day."

Almost immediately after undergoing surgery to repair his injured ankle, Johnson began fighting his way back. First, he dedicated himself to helping his teammates, providing guidance from the sidelines as the Hurricanes finished their season without him. When doctors cleared him to begin the rehabilitation process, he did whatever he was allowed to do, whether it involved work on his ankle or exercising to strengthen his upper body. He says he's added 15 pounds of muscle to his 5-foot-9, 206-pound frame in an effort to prepare himself for the rigors of this upcoming season.

Because if there's one thing Johnson wants, it's to be the Hurricanes' go-to offensive player again.

Despite missing the final five games of the season, the junior still finished as Miami's leading rusher with 920 yards and six touchdowns, numbers good enough to earn him second-team All-ACC honors.

This year, he wants to do even better, knowing that if he can improve on those numbers, Miami could have a shot at playing for its first ACC Championship. He's eager to prove he's a durable back capable of being the centerpiece of any offense.

And Hurricanes coach Al Golden intends to give him that opportunity, especially considering Johnson was just beginning to hit his stride the night he got hurt and Miami will be taking the field at Louisville with a new quarterback, a quarterback that could likely use help from a playmaker like Johnson.

"The biggest thing is we all want to see him pick up where he left off. He was pressing his runs. They were hitting where they were designed to hit. He had great discipline at the end of last year," Golden said. "He was running between the [tackles] really well and then when he got to the second level, he would allow his talent to take over, but he was very disciplined in that. …Moments prior to the injury, he was running the ball at Florida State as well as anybody probably all year. We need him to pick up where he left off and go from there."

Johnson says that both mentally and physically, he's ready to do whatever the Hurricanes ask of him.

He's eager to take pressure off his quarterback, whoever it may be. He spent the summer working with Miami's receivers, eager to become a bigger part of the Hurricanes' passing game.

Through Miami's first practices of the season, he has looked powerful, and fast, and like he hasn't missed a beat. He welcomed the hits he took during the Hurricanes' first scrimmage and has said more than once his ankle feels fine and that he's not thinking about it when he's out on the field.

Johnson understands that with Miami's uncertain situation at quarterback, opposing defenses will be targeting him, putting eight in the box in an effort to stop him.

He welcomes that challenge because as long as Miami wins games, he's happy.

"It's a No. 4 guy [Phillip Dorsett], that you can't cover one-on-one by yourself. He's pretty fast you know? He has good speed. … or that No. 3 guy [Stacy Coley]. We've got guys that can convince them that an eight-man box wouldn't be the best thing to do," Johnson smiled. "If they want to try it, that's fine with me. I know my coach is going to put us in the best situation."

Yup. Pick your poison.

Posted by: Mahoney-Pearson | August 27, 2014 at 09:40 PM

305? LSU, Alabama, FSU, even UF own the the 305. Just look at their rosters!

Posted by: 305 whatever | August 27, 2014 at 08:48 PM

Not anymore. Let Irvin and Burges-Becker come this way and it will be an absolute coup.

They're gonna stack 8 and force Kaaya to beat them all night; at least, that's what I would do. Try to make Miami one-dimensional. Question is can their 8 stop our stable of backs and will Kaaya be able to capitalize?

I think he has shown enough to make you feel he will be prepared for 8 man fronts and aggressive blitz packages.

Posted by: Mahoney-Pearson | August 27, 2014 at 09:43 PM

Hey tRuth name the 6 or 7 coaches that tool their name out of consideration. Ah yes you can't , because there weren't. No one was offered the job except AG. Moron.

Why stack the box on a team you whipped? I think you see a similar aggressive style of d with some delayed blitzes.

Give the game to the oline and duke. Throw slants and outs. One long throw to Coley per quarter.

Win field position and play defense.

Most importantly, play with balls. We looked like a bunch of punks in December.

Why stack the box on a team you whipped?

Posted by: Canesjunkie | August 27, 2014 at 10:50 PM

The Duke...You must not pay attention.

VERY SIMPLE......

21-16......

That's all they need to be reminded of.....here...lets go over our little saying one more time....its actually been awhile...

hemmmm....hemmmmm

TIMMY TEARS ON TV
NO DYNASTY
BULLDOG BEAT DOWN EVERY YEAR
BAMA BEATDOWN EVERY YEAR
URBAN MEYER THE LIAR THE OHIO HIRE
MUSCHUMP WITH THE $400 FIST BUMP
60 PLUS ARREST IN LAST 4 YEARS
1 SERIAL KILLER TO CLAIM
LOUISVILLE ROMP IN THE SWAMP
21-16
4-8
5>3
GEORGIA SOUTHERN SMOTHERIN
TURDS BLOCKING TURDS = TURDS
UF 4TH BEST BEHIND FSU, UM & UCF

BUT LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE.....TEBOW TO ST. LOUIS....ALRIGHHHTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Most importantly, play with balls. We looked like a bunch of punks in December.
Posted by: Canesjunkie | August 27, 2014 at 10:50 PM

^^^^^^^^^^^

What did u expect us to look like dj8 was out....

Lol

Calvin didn't you get punked enough last year?

YOU STILL HERE FOOL????

And now we got corn elder crying about "he thought they tried to run up the score" well that's what any good team is suppose to do. Obviously, corn is taking after the mentality of the headmoron and his Penn disgrace buddy, cry babies and excuse making.
Posted by: Calvin | August 27, 2014 at 10:21

^^^^^^^

Hold up cuz!!!

That's tha homeboy!!

Watch ya mouth!!

Lol

"If you lose a big fight, it will worry you all your life. It will plague you - until you get your revenge." - Muhammad Ali

Louisville 36 Miami 9. The Canes were embarrassed in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Louisville outplayed Miami on both sides of the ball and outcoached a UM staff struggling for answers. The numbers are hard for me to even type. Miami was outgained 554-174 in total yards and the Canes were 0-11 on third downs thanks to predictable play-calling, not having Duke Johnson, and the shaken confidence of Stephen Morris. Teddy Bridgewater was 35-45 for 447 yards and 3 touchdowns. Every member of the Miami program has been counting down the days until another shot at the Cardinals, a chance to seek revenge. The matchup between these two teams will look a lot different on Monday.

Both teams will be breaking in new starting quarterbacks. Sophomore Will Gardner gets the nod for Louisville and Miami will benefit significantly from not having to face Teddy Bridgewater again. Miami has excited the fanbase by naming true freshman Brad Kaaya as the starter. The future is now. Kaaya has plenty of help with Duke Johnson back, a strong and experienced offensive line, and one of the best WR groups in the nation in my opinion. Louisville is deep at WR, but some players just can't be replaced. WR DeVante Parker is one of those guys who requires defenses to gameplan around him. The Canes had no answer for Parker's size and speed in December. His foot injury will keep him out for a few months and will impact the explosiveness of UL's offense.

I think continuity will be a big factor in the season opener. Everyone is talking about the genius of Bobby Petrino, but his team will be playing in a new system for the first time on Monday night, on both sides of the ball. The Cardinals lost two first round picks on defense to the NFL Draft and have to replace seven starters. Miami has the same head coach and coordinators from a year ago, and the Canes lost very little to graduation and the NFL. If OC James Coley can build a gameplan that Kaaya is comfortable with, the Canes have the talent around him to win on the road.

Since we just endured having to watch the VMA's and the Emmy's, I wanted to give out a prize for this offseason. For months and months I've been telling Canes fans that the defense will show significant improvement in 2014. I've talked about how much talent Miami has in the secondary, how good Denzel Perryman is, and how the added depth on the defensive line will make an immediate impact. The reality is, fans just don't trust Mark D'Onofrio after his unit's poor performances the past few seasons. And the award for most overused Miami related statement goes to.........

"Stop telling me the defense is going to be better. At this point, I have to see it to believe it."

I expect many people to start seeing what they need to see on Monday night. If I'm right, send your excited reactions to @JPickens15. If Miami's defense looks like the 2013 version, I'll be ready to accept the blame.

(Programming Note - If you missed my picks for Thursday and Friday night, HERE'S THE LINK to my six games)

MIAMI +3.5 at Louisville 8pm - ESPN (MONDAY)

Louisville was extremely motivated to play Miami in the bowl game. The Cardinals played with an edge under Charlie Strong and the leadership of Teddy Bridgewater and Calvin Pryor was essential to their success. Bobby Petrino will be successful at Louisville once again, but there is going to be an adjustment period. Miami is an underdog since the game is being played at UL, but the Canes will be playing with a chip on their shoulder. Brad Kaaya will have his growing pains at times on Monday, but Duke Johnson and Stacy Coley will help pick up the slack. Look for a big play from each guy. I don't expect James Coley to be timid with his play-calling with Kaaya under center. Philip Dorsett will be open on a deep route in the first half, set up by play-action with Louisville overcommitting to stop Duke Johnson. The Canes have talented players and depth in the secondary. I expect two interceptions of Will Gardner. If UL's stud RB Michael Dyer is still hobbled with an injury, that's another positive for the Canes' chances to win. The opportunity to play on a national stage on Monday night is all Miami could ask for. It's time to make a statement that Miami is the team to beat in the Coastal. Canes win 34-27.


http://www.stateoftheu.com/2014/8/27/6069787/miami-louisville-pick-see-it-to-believe-it


Posted by: Mahoney-Pearson | August 27, 2014 at 08:43 PM

I've been saying it all week!

We owe these guys a good beat down!

I hope UM lays 50 points on Louisville.

It's one thing to beat us, but the sh!+ they talked? Choke slashing, swagging like no other?

We need to introduce these fools to our conference proper!

By kicking their teeth in.

I don't want UM to win. I want UM to annihilate Louisville!

Miami will cover the 3 points and spank these fools.

### Even though Al Golden and defensive coordinator Mark D’Onofrio are friends, associates say Golden bristles when anybody uses that word in discussing D’Onofrio’s work. That happened today on Orlando Alzugaray’s show on WQAM.

Asked about constantly having to defend his friend, Golden said: “I don’t classify it as my friend. At Virginia, we went from 108 to 17 in defense.”

By the way, Golden told Alzugaray that Brad Kaaya has “moved from a manager to an attacker.”

### One huge key is whether the defensive tackle group of Olsen Pierre, Calvin Heurtelou, Courtel Jenkins, Earl Moore, Anthony Moten, injured Corey King and Michael Wyche (when he gets in better shape) is better than last year’s group of Pierre, Curtis Porter, Justin Renfrow, Moore and King. One UM official said he believes it is, but we’ll know a lot more Monday.

It’s telling that Porter wasn’t invited to an NFL camp, and Renfrow was cut by Arizona this week. Other Canes cut this week: offensive lineman Tyler Horn (Tennessee) and defensive end Adewale Ojomo (Dallas).

### Couple other UM items: Good to see undrafted UM receiver Allen Hurns leading the NFL in receiving yardage in preseason (230, on 13 catches). Nobody is even close to that…. CBS said it will air the North Carolina-at-UM basketball game on Feb. 28… A UM official doesn’t expect former basketball player Rafael Akpejiori to be able to help much this season, even with Beau Sandland leaving. He’s behind at least four players on the depth chart.

College football assistants are none-too-pleased with the Miami Hurricanes after someone related to the program appeared to turn former Florida wide receivers coach Joker Phillips into the NCAA for a violation of the “bump” rule in recruiting. “The incident has sparked outrage among many assistants who recruit the Miami area. Three assistants, none of whom has ties to the University of Florida, said the Hurricanes have become pariahs in the recruiting world,” wrote SI.com’s Pete Thamel and Thayer Evans.

“It’s bull—-,” said one assistant, “Miami bumps and talks to kids more than anybody. They’ve started a war. They better watch out. You started messing with livelihoods and s— is going to get dirty.”

Said another assistant: “Nobody trusts Miami right now. You don’t even want to shake hands with them.”

Yeah, that joker Phillips whining sure has hurt us in recruiting.

Oh wait, it hurt your gators in recruiting, as players decommited from that future NCAA target, but Miami is moving up the charts, adding Bar Milo today.

You are Losing, on the field, with recruits, and on these blogs.

http://247sports.com/Season/2015-Football/CompositeTeamRankings

Lol, not only have we heard recruits not trusting the Penn disgrace morons' now this. Somebody needs to tell the Penn disgrace imbeciles the investigation is over and stop looking like cowards on the field and now off the field as well.

The players obviously want to punish Louisville, but unfortunately these cowards won't put the defensive players in position to consistently make plays. You can't punish a team sitting back in primarily a zone defense that's not fooling nobody.

Hey tRuth name the 6 or 7 coaches that tool their name out of consideration. Ah yes you can't , because there weren't. No one was offered the job except AG. Moron.

Posted by: Jmike | August 27, 2014 at 10:44 PM

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http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-football/feed/2010-11/randy-shannon


try to follow along Junior and read ssssllllllooooowwwwlly ...

According to the Herald, Miami insists that their search has not been a one-man process, even if Gruden has a mutual interest. The paper reports that other candidates include Mississippi State's Dan Mullen, Stanford's Jim Harbaugh, Connecticut's Randy Edsall, Utah's Kyle Whittingham and Arizona's Mike Stoops.

After Gruden, who dUmmasse Gary Ferman said IT WAS A DONE DEAL, like Golden getting offered by Penn. St. and then proven to be a lie, there were also Chud and Cristobal as well who Shalala and the Board of Directors pursued heavily... the ALL said, "No Thanks, Not Interested, Pass, I'm happy where I'm at, No, but than you for the interest, I wouldn't take that job for 5 mil a year, Facilities suck nope and this isn't the old U, it's the new U and it smells like Tires are burning."

So that's 8 Coaches that WERE Contacted by Miami, BEFORE GOLDEN, as potential Head Coach hires. 1 by 1 ALL 8 removed themselves from consideration, and YES they ALL knew that the #1 Cane Fan Nevin Shapiro scandal was just breaking and ATOMIC, and after the fallout, all that was left was Golden, his BFF and 300 page binder.

then 4 months later he asks, "Who's this Nevin Shapiro guy?"

B[]_[]LLSHEET !!! []_[] b[]_[]y it.

For the record, the only one offered was Randy Edsall who thought so much of the u, he left UCONN for Maryland...

"name the 6 or 7 coaches that tool their name out of consideration. Ah yes you can't , because there weren't."

[]_[] were axing ?

Posted by: Mahoney-Pearson | August 27, 2014 at 11:49 PM

RAH RAH RAH POM POM Mahoney-Pearson !!!

THE BIG O torn into Golden and his BS this morning !!! Finally no more Obama softball kissazzz questions. Golden didn't know how what to do or how to answer with all his stammering n studdering.

*** One huge key is whether the defensive tackle group of Olsen Pierre, Calvin Heurtelou, Courtel Jenkins, Earl Moore, Anthony Moten, injured Corey King and Michael Wyche (when he gets in better shape) is better than last year’s group of Pierre, Curtis Porter, Justin Renfrow, Moore and King. One UM official said ***

who, the F'ing assistant equipment manager ? blah blah blah garbage.

pssssssssssssssssssstttttttttttt... ur still NO DT u !

But Golden says they're getting bigger, stronger, faster, more experienced and doing the things they need to do to complete the PROCESS !!!

Process of what ? Sucking a little less in year 4 rather than in years 2 and 3 ?

Michael Wyche (when he gets in better shape) ?

2016 ?


It's time to make a statement that Miami is the team to beat in the Coastal. Canes win 34-27.


http://www.stateoftheu.com/2014/8/27/6069787/miami-louisville-pick-see-it-to-believe-it


Posted by: Mahoney-Pearson | August 27, 2014 at 08:43 PM

Posted by: Mahoney-Pearson | August 27, 2014 at 11:24 PM

and then u copy n paste a rag tag homer cane blog with a couple dozen readers as News huh ?


"Beamer and his staff have come under scrutiny after winning just 15 total games over the past two seasons, after a run of eight straight seasons of at least 10 wins. The hiring of Babcock as the school's AD this winter only added to speculation that this could be a make-or-break year for Beamer".

This is a Coach with 266 wins in 28 seasons at Virginia Tech and our rival.
Coach Beamer did receive a new 2 year contract til 2019 from the new AD----
BUT DON'T EVER SAY FANS AND BLOGGERS CANNOT QUESTION THE TENURE OF AL GOLDEN AT UM.

AL GOLDEN IS NOT REMOTELY IN THE SAME CLASS AS FRANK BEAMER.

READ THIS AND WEEP DARK SKIES FOREVER MORE!

Posted by: Rabblerouser | August 27, 2014 at 08:11 PM


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You imbecile...his contract was just extended today...LOL!!! The people who really count, not the clueless haters, love Frank Beamer and the same holds true for the great Al Golden, the best young college football coach in the land.

~Virginia Tech has extended head coach Frank Beamer's contract two years, through Jan. 1, 2019, the school announced Wednesday.

"I believe in him, I see where we're headed so a show of support for a Hall of Famer, the winningest [active] coach in college football, it will help us recruiting wise and then hopefully it eliminates some of the distractions during the year," Virginia Tech athletic director Whit Babcock told ESPN.com's Andrea Adelson.


the other 6-7 Coaches that were contacted bfore Golden, initially interviewed and then removed their names as Head Coach candidates ALL KNEW TOO ... The fact that if Golden and his agent didn't know, which they did as leverage, would just make him look stupid. He and his agent played the U for a contract extension and raise right before a Home Finale Season ending loss to BC.

Posted by: trUth | August 27, 2014 at 09:24 PM

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So, for this idiotic post you are using the screen name...truth! You poor sloth footed pea-brain...please try to screw up the courage to use just one alias...thank you.

It is your contention that as many as 7 coaches knew all about the coming Shapiro investigation and begged off being hired because of that information.

Well, well, well...even you would have to agree if that were true where 7 football coaches turned down the UM job knowing the NCAA was about to swoop down and crush the "U" that at least one enterprising reporter would have documented that stunning development, which leads me to request the you divulge the source you used to come to that brilliant conclusion.

Also, list the 7 coaches that were 'contacted' before Al Golden was hired. Before you start posting more lies--once again include your source for the information regarding the 7 coaches...now go get'em tiger...

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