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Early morning Monday for Miami Hurricanes

The Miami Hurricanes were already doing their walk-through by 7 a.m. this morning.

Afterward, we got to watch the first 15 minutes of practice. 

It's definitely game-week for the opener a week from tonight at Louisville, but it's also something else today for the Hurricanes: the first day of college classes.

Think Brad Kaaya, the new starting quarterback, has a lot on his mind?

Coach Al Golden was on the Joe Rose show on 560 WQAM this morning, and said he wanted to get a really early start for the kids today so they could have the whole day in front of them to focus on school.

 How much do you think they think about school during the day, vs. football?

 Anyway, you don't have to answer that.

Here's who I saw wearing the orange jerseys, in no particular order, for the offense (orange signifies first-team or the players who most recently performed well): RB Duke Johnson, OT Kc McDermott (he has been playing first-team RT), OG Danny Isidora, RB Gus Edwards, OT Taylor Gadbois, OT Ereck Flowers, WR Malcolm Lewis, FB Ronnie Regula, TE Standish Dobard, TE Clive Walford, WR Stacy Coley, WR Phillip Dorsett, C Shane McDermott, LG Jon Feliciano.

 Here's who I saw wearing the black jerseys, in no particular order, for the defense (black signifies first-team or the players who most recently performed well): DE Al-Quadin Muhammad, DE Anthony Chickillo, LB Denzel Perryman, LB Raphael Kirby, LB Darrion Owens (Al Golden lauded him today on the radio), S Dallas Crawford, CB Corn Elder, DT Olsen Pierre

  Glad to see S Deon Bush (green jersey, for defensive players who aren't in black) without any type of limited (yellow) jersey on. Deon has had his share of injuries over the past couple seasons and he is a real talent. He just needs to stay healthy.

  Also glad to see Gus the Bus in orange for the second consecutive day. He's a bull, and Canes need him to perform, too.

 A new player who is being added to the roster is Collin Alford, a running back who will wear No. 45. He played for Miami Columbus High (two-time All-Dade selection) and the Fighting Falcons of Fairmont State University in West Virginia (at least in 2011 and 2012), from what I looked up.

 ***TE Beau Sandland is transferring, according to Palm Beach Post, and even though Golden didn't respond to the question, saying he'll address the situation as soon as he talks to Sandland, it appears to be true. Sandland was not at practice this morning. That leaves Clive Walford and Standish Dobard as the go-to tight ends. 

** Kind of felt bad for Jake Heaps this morning. OL coach Art Kehoe was giving him crap for not getting a play off fast enough in very early drills. I like Heaps and I thought he'd be named the starter. But I have to give kudos to Al Golden and James Coley for not going the safe route and choosing the guy they think is ready for the moment.

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN 

 

 

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Kind of felt bad for Jake Heaps this morning. OL coach Art Kehoe was giving him crap for not getting a play off fast enough in very early drills. I like Heaps and I thought he'd be named the starter. But I have to give kudos to Al Golden and James Coley for not going the safe route and choosing the guy they think is ready for the moment.
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Have to figure that Kaaya was the better chance for a win. AND Miami picked their starter before Louisville picked theirs. I wonder if that guy that has been screaming about the delay will now give some praise for Golden beating Petrino in his pet peeve.

Rick is an illiterate ignoramus. Rick, forgot to mention that the one good thing about night clubs is how your mom made a living whoreing herself out.

Praise Golden for choosing a starting QB before game week? The bar is too low around here.

We need to start a fight during warm ups at Louisville. I don't care who does it or how, but we need to go up there and get back at Louisville.

We need to start a fight during warm ups at Louisville. I don't care who does it or how, but we need to go up there and get back at Louisville.
Posted by: canesjunkie
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yeah and get players ejected from the game before it even starts. All we need to do is take care of business on the field. They're breaking in a new QB too, and we have the Duke & Dorsett back, more weapons at our disposal. BK just needs to let them do their thing, and we should be ok. That is provided our D plays lights out.

Let the red shirts take care of the fight.

We shouldn't have to play lights out against Louisville, but that's the state of things around here lately. If Louisville moves the ball with a new qb and offense, there should be planes flying all over sun life with fire Dino banners.

"We shouldn't have to play lights out against Louisville.."

Old man, get out of the 80s an 90s. Especially under Strong, Louisville recruited the same players as Miami, FSU and UFilth. Would you make the same statement about Stanford? How about Oregon? I bet you think Michigan is still a top 10 team.

Dope.

Let the red shirts take care of the fight.
We shouldn't have to play lights out against Louisville, but that's the state of things around here lately. If Louisville moves the ball with a new qb and offense, there should be planes flying all over sun life with fire Dino banners.
Posted by: canesjunkie
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The way our D played last yr, 'lights out' is an understatement. I personally feel our D will play much better and will want to atone for the performance last season.

Brad Kaaya is not "ready for the moment", nor would any other true freshmen thrown into this situation. I'm hoping he'll survive his first start and help the team as much as possible. J. Manziel, a redshirt freshman, played pretty well in his first start, but he would tell you he probably cost his team the game, and it was at home. I know Kaaya has a chance to be really good.

Very brave call by Golden naming Kaaya the starter. I hope that Heaps stays motivated and prepares as if he was starting, because I'm sure the reins will be tight. Surely everyone remembers the success we had on offense last December against UL. Kehoe should be on his o-line and shouting at them because if they play the same Kaaya won't be in there long before he is pulled for Heaps due to fact that he is on the ground. The line will have to hold up if their rush is as good as it was last season. They lost some players so it may not be. I agree with the decision to play Kaaya and think he will be a star, but his success and confidence depends on the ability of o-line to at least slow UL d-line down. They should be able to do that due to fact that the guys are huge and seem to be talented players. With that being said, man are we loaded on offense. Dorsett, Coley, Waters, Lewis, Barrios, Walford, THE DUKE OF CORAL GABLES, Yearby, and GUS the BUS should make life easy for Kaaya. He must feel the like the luckiest man alive. We should all wish him well and hope for the best. This could be a very special year for Miami and I think it all starts with Golden making the decision to go with Kaaya.

Praise Golden for choosing a starting QB before game week? The bar is too low around here.
Posted by: canesjunkie | August 25, 2014 at 09:06 AM

Exactly. These comments and the hype that fuels them just shows how pedestrian many fans believe Golden to be. Its like we won the NC already because he picked the best QB for the game at hand. What was the alternative? I personally like the decision though. The decision also proves that Heaps wasn't all some had him cracked up to be. He is a 5th year senior former starter who was beat out by an 18 year old true freshman who missed spring camp. If Kaaya starts then Olsen is close. I like Olsen.

This hype over a decision on a QB a week before kick off is like people who boast, "I take care my kids!" or "I aint never been to jail!" What were the alternatives?

"This hype over a decision on a QB a week before kick off is like people who boast, "I take care my kids!" or "I aint never been to jail!" What were the alternatives?"

Over-simplification and not consistent. Given that the QB play at Miami has been average (Brock) to awful (Jacory) to everything in between, having a Kaaya gives the fans something to look forward to. It is a hoped-for improvement.

Your example is dishonest because if someone has been habitually in and out of jail for a decade or so, then yeah, saying they have stayed out of jail or are clean is an improvement. It is what it is so your attempt to downplay the significance to the fans is dishonest.

Not sure how anticipation over a QB correlates to or makes a value judgment on Golden. You don't think fans are eagerly anticipating who the next Bama starter at QB is? Or at VT? Or Texas? You are either living in a box or intellectually dishonest or have an axe to grind over the tired and boring Randy era.


Bills coach Doug Marrone raved about the play of rookie Seantrel Henderson and confirmed he expects Henderson to be the Week 1 starter at right tackle.

"We have an opportunity now that if (Henderson) keeps coming along to maybe have the best tandem in the league," Marrone said. "He’s been everything that people obviously didn't say about him when he was coming out which is why we were able to get him in the seventh round." Cordy Glenn (illness) returned to full team drills last week and will play in Saturday's preseason game, so the Bills are moving Henderson to right tackle. Erik Pears is starting at right guard. Second-round pick Cyrus Kouandjio was drafted to be Buffalo's right tackle of the future, but still needs time to develop

One things for sure, we don't know how good Louisville d-line was last year or this year, but if we keep making every offensive snap obvious with the leg taps, Louisville d-line will look all world again I know that.

I don't feel bad for the transfer reject, just goes to show you how piss poor he is at playing football, I'm glad he's not starting and should be kicked off campus along with the Penn disgrace morons. I'm tired of them and their tired are cliche's saying stupid stuff when it comes to the defense "well, we can't pick players up off the waiver wire" mofo's that's already known, in fact you morons had/have a better opportunity then the NFL, no draft or waiver wires, the same opportunity to get almost any player you want if you can prove to them you are the best coach for them, and so far defensively they haven't been to successful except in the secondary and that's because coach PJ Williams definitely has some credibility on his resume.

A person who has been in and out of jail would never say, "I aint never been to jail."
Yet another feeble attempt to counter, should have taken a few logic classes.

Your act under yet another alias, is the one that is stale. I'm happy for Kaaya, but we have a game to play…and win. Thats what U get pumped about. Everyday some of y'all continue to resemble the people y'all hate the most. Gators...

CAlvin. shut up dummy.

One poster said "start a fight at Louisville"

Let me remind the young uns:

Miami went to Louisville in like 2005 or something. Their QB was Brohm I believe. We had good rbs in Tyrone Moss and Charlie Jones. We started the game by jumping onto the m iddle of the field on their cardinal logo, and it almost started a fight. We then started fast, and scored quickly 7-0 Miami. Then we sacked the QB and gotthe ball on their 5 yd line. First down and goal. Then Charlie Jones proceeded to fumble in th end zone. And what could havebeen 14-0 Miami, tuened into a turnover. Guess what? Brohm drove the field and scored a TD. 7-7. And guess what? Louisville whooped our behinds.

Just stop with the BS/ Get on with it and play hard and focused. Enough with the bs. Until we win another NC Miami should play with blinders on. all business.

I'm happy for Kaaya, but we have a game to play…and win."

Yeah, and I guess the coaches don't really want to win. They picked the guy who gives them less of a chance to win. You are all over the place.

You are too literal which is characteristic of a feeble mind. Thank you for pointing out that someone who as been in and out of jail would not say they have never been to jail.

The larger point, which you cannot or refuse to see, is that there is a new expectation that has not been here in almost 10 years. To say that the fans excitement I just a cover for excusing Golden's performance is dishonest.

You are a one trick pony.

Good for Kaaya. We shall see what happens when Ryan comes back.

The apologists are still more unhappy that Al Golden has been shown a fraud as a game day coach, by the objective fans of Miami Football. Than they are happy that a quarterback recruited out of high school by Al Golden has been named the starter. The lack of confidence for Al Golden's game day coaching is obvious by you apologists. Stop lashing out at the fans of Miami Football for saying what you see, but don't want to.

The objective fans of Miami football know that we have had zero success since 2005, and since we had a real QB. Now that Golden has a QB thet he and hisstaff reruited and are coaching, lets see and then we can judge. Any judgement until this season has been biased, superficial, narrowminded, short sighted and racist

Defense, defense and more defense is what the "U" needs this season to become a good football. In my opinion the "U" has 3 QB's on the roster that could lead this team to at least 9 wins. Whether it's Kaaya, Heaps or Williams this team has enough offensive weapons to beat most teams on the schedule. But if the defense continuously keeps giving up 500 yards a game then the "U" will be just another average football team. I for one am tired of watching the "U" be just another average football team. Go Canes.

The apologists are still more unhappy that Al Golden has been shown a fraud as a game day coach, by the objective fans of Miami Football. Than they are happy that a quarterback recruited out of high school by Al Golden has been named the starter. The lack of confidence for Al Golden's game day coaching is obvious by you apologists. Stop lashing out at the fans of Miami Football for saying what you see, but don't want to.
Posted by: ChampCane
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Jeezuz H, how you people just get PUMPED at the new season about to start, and back this kid BK up. For crying loud, this back n forth with the AG doesn't do this, or Dno doesn't do that, for the love of Pete give it a rest. At least wait until you see what we do Monday night.

So the top apologist post a comment as soon as I call out the apologists for complaining about non-football related post. Cola, your silence when your fellow apologists are posting inflammatory statements are hypocritically. It shows you in a terrible light and it is obvious you are one of the top troublemakers only on this site.

How much longer do we have to keep this clown. This is pop warner type shat.

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Former players also have criticized the fact that UM’s defensive line isn’t often set before the snap –-- which is sometimes the result of coordinator Mark D’Onofrio having the defensive ends flip positions before plays. But as one former Canes standout said, it makes the defense look like a fire drill and sometimes leaves open gaps.

So why does D’Onofrio do this? “We’re trying not to tip our hand as far as who the fourth rusher is,” he said.

Some have asked why UM doesn’t allow its defensive backs to play more press man instead of zone. Former Canes and NFL cornerback Duane Starks said “something has to change” to allow UM’s defensive backs to “disrupt routes instead of playing so far off. They have guys that can do that.”

Ladarius Gunter said he sometimes lobbies D’Onofrio to play more press man. But D’Onofrio said: “We played more man-to-man last year than previous two years. And our man-to-man is press.”

So the top apologist post a comment as soon as I call out the apologists for complaining about non-football related post. Cola, your silence when your fellow apologists are posting inflammatory statements are hypocritically. It shows you in a terrible light and it is obvious you are one of the top troublemakers only on this site.
Posted by: ChampCane
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Yeah label me a troublemaker dude, that's it. Someone who wishes all the bickering would stop, yep that's me. A menace to society, lol.

Posted by: J'Ville Cane | August 25, 2014 at 11:49 AM

That tells you all you need to know about Dorito. It's that simple to figure out his no 'fense, "“We played more man-to-man last year than previous two years. And our man-to-man is press."

So this explains why Tracey Howard looks like a punt returner when he lines up at corner then sprint 30 yards back at the snap.

Some have asked why UM doesn’t allow its defensive backs to play more press man instead of zone. Former Canes and NFL cornerback Duane Starks said “something has to change” to allow UM’s defensive backs to “disrupt routes instead of playing so far off. They have guys that can do that.”

Hey what does Duane Starks know about defense. He only played on what's arguably considered the best NFL defense of all time.

Correction, are hypocritical.

The defensive questions will start getting answered on September 1st. I still think this offense with the previous defenses, should win ten games this year.

Some have asked why UM doesn’t allow its defensive backs to play more press man instead of zone. Former Canes and NFL cornerback Duane Starks said “something has to change” to allow UM’s defensive backs to “disrupt routes instead of playing so far off. They have guys that can do that.”
Hey what does Duane Starks know about defense. He only played on what's arguably considered the best NFL defense of all time.
Posted by: DaU
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Yep all it takes is quick little shove to disrupt the timing, and with UL having a new QB as well, that would most certainly have an affect on his passes.

Posted by: Cola Cane | August 25, 2014 at 11:57 AM

Yes you are a trouble maker. You are always addressing the posters that call Alfraud out. Also you are one of these new fake Cane fans. No old school cane fan would fix their mouth to say " I just don't want to be blown out." That goes to show just how much confidence you have in the staff but not man enough to say it. FYI: Saying so doesn't make you any less of a fan, regardless what these apologist say.

The real die hard Cane fans are apparent, they talk up the players and don't worship coaches. We understand what made the U the U, and that's the elite south Florida athletes not some coach. Remember 5 titles with 4 different coaches.

It's been stated over and over the U is more talented and has more depth then Louisville but you are "hoping " we aren't blown out. How can that be? I know, I don't trust the staff either.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: barnyard | August 25, 2014 at 10:23 AM

So the abilities of Seantrel Henderson will allow him to start in the NFL. I am happy for this young man. He still is the biggest human being I have ever seen.

The apologists are still more unhappy that Al Golden has been shown a fraud as a game day coach, by the objective fans of Miami Football. Than they are happy that a quarterback recruited out of high school by Al Golden has been named the starter. The lack of confidence for Al Golden's game day coaching is obvious by you apologists. Stop lashing out at the fans of Miami Football for saying what you see, but don't want to.

Posted by: ChampCane

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Once again Champ Cane is just spewing out lies...the answers to you ridiculous claims are below:


I am not sure why folks keep saying he can't adjust, can't game day coach, etc.

Games 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7 last year, before Duke got injured, we were behind in the last three games, needed to make offensive and defensive adjustments, and won the game.

Versus UF, overcame a blocked punt that would have given the gators a tie, held the gators to under 100 yards rushing after that, and to only a FG until a garbage TD at the end.

Versus USF, 58 yards rushing as they tied the game up at 7-7. only gained 41 more yards on the ground the rest of the game, and held scoreless.

Versus GT, 17-7 after one quarter, held them to 6 points the rest of the way until a gimmie TD with 10 seconds left.

Versus UNC, down 10 in the fourth quarter, shuts down the UNC offense, and gets two touchdowns with heavy use of Crawford, to win in a blackout road game.

Versus WF, down by 11, the defense was flummoxed by the spread set, the coaches made an adjustment, and after going 5-6 on third down (and converting on fourth on the one they missed), and rushing for 51 yards in their first three drives, held them to only 8 rushing yards the rest of the way, forcing the pass and in the end getting the game sealing INT.

I am sure that will get me called a Golden apologist, when I am just looking at how the team changed strategies for the better in the middle of each of those games, but he has had game day adjustments that led to wins.

Posted by: Go Miami Hurricanes! | August 20, 2014 at 02:05 PM

Lol da u ....who do you thi k got those players to attend a college i n a city they weren't welcome in? The coaches that's who. Its the coaches that give them fire and make them play better. You act as if coaches weren't there we still would have won those ships. You're a moron.

Victories over lesser talented teams, and lesser coached teams in Muschamp, are to be expected, whatever your real name is. The victories over more talented teams, with constant defeats of lesser talented teams, is what distinguishes great coaches from the lesser ones. Apologize all you want, your point does not overcome my point about Al Golden game day inabilities, whatever your real name is.

Yes you are a trouble maker. You are always addressing the posters that call Alfraud out. Also you are one of these new fake Cane fans. No old school cane fan would fix their mouth to say " I just don't want to be blown out." That goes to show just how much confidence you have in the staff but not man enough to say it. FYI: Saying so doesn't make you any less of a fan, regardless what these apologist say.
The real die hard Cane fans are apparent, they talk up the players and don't worship coaches. We understand what made the U the U, and that's the elite south Florida athletes not some coach. Remember 5 titles with 4 different coaches.
It's been stated over and over the U is more talented and has more depth then Louisville but you are "hoping " we aren't blown out. How can that be? I know, I don't trust the staff either.
Go Canes!!
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Ok Charlie Chime In, first off I've been a Caner since a guy I went to school with Danny Brown played for Schelly, secondly I've been a poster on here since 01. Thirdly, I said IF, you get that IF we lose, NO MORE BLOWOUTS. I'm not BLIND dude, and our D has STUNK to high heaven, and in cased you missed it we got BLOWN out. So yeah I don't want to get BLOWN out. Don't ever tell me I don't know what made the U, when my F'ing house is full of Cane memorabilia, from many of the Cane greats, and how I sat with 79K FSU fans in the pouring rain watching Sean Taylor and Ed Reed lay waste to the Noles, don't EVER tell me that dude. I'm a REALIST and I know that if we do lose and it's only by a few points as OPPOSED to 30, then that's a damn IMPROVEMENT!! If you can't see that, then your and old ass BLIND man, who needs glasses.

If you ever ACTUALLY READ my posts you'd see that I ALWAYS am suspect of the D, until proven otherwise. The O not so much, because we can move the ball and score on pretty much anyone. Come out of your hole dude, and don't call a Cane Lifer a fake fan.

DaU,
I am one of the middling non-old school fans who thinks we have the talent to line up with good to great teams, yet I am one who is open about not wanting to get blown out...again. and again. and again....and again.

I watched us meltdown last year after Duke went down and our defense disappeared after we faced teams with a pulse, minus UF's good defense at full strength.

I watched the WF game in near disbelief.

I got way too excited at the prospect of PSU gate, then settled into having AG here for the foreseeable future.

I have digested all the opposing viewpoints and stats and facts presented here and elsewhere.

And here we are a week out....and I hope we don't get blown out on Labor Day.

I hope that the defensive staff learned some things and has a sense of self preservation; that the kids play with a chip for the humiliation; that TBK as starter is a pleasant surprise, despite any growing pains.

I am excited, because I can envision scenarios where the missing pieces from last year are found and used; that AG's stubbornness and loyalty and PROCESS start to pay off in a visceral and tangible way to us fans - what passes the simple eyeball test.

I can also envision scenarios where ...well, the negatrons have amply provided 'can't lose predictions' on how bad it can be - myself included.

I'll cop to the label as trouble maker, if that's your standard. Cola is a helluva poster here. RHC, MHP, Blue, HTC, Rabble, you, etc., etc., are all great contributors to this hot mess in my book.

I love to hate the offseason and love the anticipation of the reveal.

I was spoiled rotten when I attended Da []_[] - We went 38-2, played for two, robbed of one.

It's been a rough ride since the Peach Bowl vs. LSU - the ONLY game I have ever stopped watching, besides the UL game last year....

Every year since has been ... a process, LOLOL.

Who knows?

I can't wait to find out what we're made of this season.

"I don't feel bad for the transfer reject, just goes to show you how piss poor he is at playing football,"

The hators say they ONLY have the coaches, but here is yet another example of them ripping Canes players.

Might as well be gator fans, for the amount of time they spend ripping the Canes, their fans, their players, their school, and then saying they will stop if we just change coaches.

Like all gator fans, they are just lying, and will be right back at it, just like how they said they would stop if we got rid of Shannon, or hired Kehoe back, or got back above .500. This guy and his minions will never stop, no matter how the team does. Their hate is immutable.

Golden is clearly thinking long term by naming Kaaya as the starter. He appears to be the future for us so I assume Golden believes he is as good as Heaps might be at this time so why not get Kaaya experience this year so he'll be a seasoned veteran next year. I think Heaps would have to have been clearly better at this stage for him to get the nod. Let's just hope that the defense is able to contribute all season long.

Not one Gator fan has posted here so far. Yet you clowns have mentioned the Gators several times already.
Every criticism and every thing you disagree with you come back with Gator this and Gator that.
Grow up and leave the Gator envy behind. Accept your 12 years and counting of mediocrity and stop blaming the Gators for your sad pathetic state of being. Blame Shalala and blame yourselves bandwagon fake fans.

Fake truth, there are gator fans such as yourself that PRETEND to be Canes fans, but their stench shows through.

Ans why be envious of a team we beat soundly, own the series against, own the CANOE against, own title counts in football and baseball against, and are killing on the recruiting trail.

It is not envy, loser troll, it is payback for your actions. You reap what you sow, troll

Brad Kayaa is the man! Jake Heaps.........Lmao that's a crying shame. You traveled all the way down to Miami just too be a backup. Wow that goes to show how good of a QB you are. Ok,Ok I'll ease up on this fella. Then again Jake Heaps could be the next Brock Berlin. I won't talk trash until the season ends. Jake always be ready. Brad stay in the film room, gym, school books kid. Gain you about 15-20 lbs. You need weight on your bones kiddo. If you think differently, please watch the Virginia Cavaliers vs Miami game. Did you see how Jacory Harris get laid out? Ok nuff said congrats too you and please got out and kick some ass this year my friend. 10-2 or 11-1 at best.

Beau Sandland hauled ass on us huh? That's good we need workers not quiters! Oh well wish you luck Beau Sandland.

If everything said about this kid is true then I couldn't be happier. I wanted to go with the more safe/sure thing with Heaps but if this "True Freshman" can come in and beat out an underrated veteran then I'm all in. Kaaya took his high school to a 23-3 record, threw for over 3500yds, and took the team to the state championship his senior yr. 6'4" and 212 lbs is great size for a freshman QB. He'll be 225-230 by his senior year. I'm truly happy for him and glad to see everyone rallying around him. Now kick the 5hit out of Loserville.

GO CANES!!!!!

If everything said about this kid is true then I couldn't be happier. I wanted to go with the more safe/sure thing with Heaps but if this "True Freshman" can come in and beat out an underrated veteran then I'm all in. Kaaya took his high school to a 23-3 record, threw for over 3500yds, and took the team to the state championship his senior yr. 6'4" and 212 lbs is great size for a freshman QB. He'll be 225-230 by his senior year. I'm truly happy for him and glad to see everyone rallying around him. Now kick the 5hit out of Loserville.

GO CANES!!!!!

sorry for the double post.

Beau Sandland hauled ass on us huh? That's good we need workers not quiters! Oh well wish you luck Beau Sandland.

Posted by: 850 Cane
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Exactly.

Good Luck Beau.

Apparently Loserville will be without their top returning WR Devante Parker (9rec,142yds,2TDs in the bowl game). This frustrates me because I want to play Loserville at full strength so no one can make an excuse after we crush them. I want there to be at least a 3 TD gap when the whistle blows.

And when we're done with them. We stomp on the cardinal in the middle of the field.

GO CANES 2014!!!! START THE SEASON RIGHT!


Hey Coach NO'BALLS

My birthday passed but here's an idea for a belated gift. Give me a shutout against someone respectable. Can you do that with all the tools you have at your disposal or will you go back to the "bend over take it in the butt but don't break 3-4 NO DEFENSE???? Can we as loyal yet frustrated Canes fans get a shutout??? Last season for you!!!

Bring in a new DC please!!!

Blutarski...I'm not talking about stomping on the Cardinal. I mean running through the warmups...something. some sign that we still have some onions and give a crap when we lose.

Lets look at the big picture here
This team has got enough talent to win at least
10 games this year I have supported golden all the way
the defense is his defense if it fails he fails our offence will be fine Kayaa is the future so let the future begin..

GO CANES!!!!!!

I want my Canes to act like Canes. That bowl game was over before it started. Our Coaches kept our dogs on a leash while coach strong let his dogs loose and left his star QB in so he can break records and to run up the score. That's the way Canes play football, but I didn't see any canes wearing orange and green that night. They were wearing cardinal red.

LET THEM LOOSE!!!! LETS FINALLY PLAY MIAMI FOOTBALL!

GO CANES!!!!!


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