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 04-09-2006, 04:35 PM         #81
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 04-09-2006, 04:42 PM         #83
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Nick Fanuzzi Unfiltered Think of Nick Fanuzzi as the big fish that bought the bait. That's the only way to explain how he became the Hurricanes second commitment of the 2007 signing class in March. From what I?m hearing UM?s coaches scouted, targeted and offered a handful of quarterbacks they felt fit their new offense. They told each whoever was the first to commit would be the only quarterback offered a scholarship in what's expected to be a very small signing class. Fanuzzi, who averaged more than 200 yards passing and 100 yards rushing for San Antonio Churchill High last year before missing the final five games with a torn rotator cuff in his left (non-throwing) shoulder, was the first to bite, and the rest were let free.despite the recent de-commitment fiascoes with Derek Shaw and Pat Devlin, who pledged their undying loyalty to UM before bolting for other programs late in the process the past two years, Miami?s sticking to its strategy of pledging its love to only one arm. This year that arm belongs to Fanuzzi, a workout fanatic who is 6-foot-3ish, 200 pounds, and the son of former Kentucky standout and NFL quarterback Mike Fanuzzi. Here?s a chance to learn a little more about Fanuzzi, why he likes UM other than their lack of depth, and his future plans. So what brought you to commit to Miami??I?ve loved Miami ever since I was a kid. Growing up and seeing all the athletes Miami has produced, the type of tradition and program they?ve had in the past, I?ve been in love with them forever, and to get an offer from them early, I jumped on it. There are a lot of good schools out there but I knew it was the school for me.?Did you want to commit early? What?s the benefit to doing it in March? ?It is real early, but I play baseball and I?m so busy with football's off-season and baseball, training, I?ve got a lot of things going on. I?m playing baseball right now, and now I can put recruiting behind me and focus on my senior season and the rest of this year.? There are a lot of quarterbacks who graduate early from high school and enroll in college during the spring. Both Kyle Wright and Kirby Freeman did it. Have you thought about that? ?That?s been in my mind and the one thing that?s holding me back is I?m a baseball player as well. I like the idea but I have to talk to my coaches and see what they think about it. Baseball is played in the spring but obviously it?s more important to focus on football because that?s my future. That?s going to be a decision I?ll come to a decision on over the summer, but it?s definitely been on my mind.? Academically are you prepared to do that??I?ve already signed up for classes over the summer and I?ll have to take a course that?s two weeks long, and then I?ll be able to graduate after the first semester.? You said you grew up a Miami fan. What appealed to you about the Hurricanes? ?My grandfather had a condo in the Keys and we?d go down to Florida quite often and we?d watch them. When it really kicked in was the Ken Dorsey, [Willis] McGahee team, when they won a championship a couple of years ago.? How did you injure your arm, tearing your rotator cuff? ?I was running on a quarterback draw and I cut. It was a fluke injury, to my non-throwing shoulder by the way. I was already down, someone was on my legs and the guy came in and rolled over my shoulder and it didn?t feel good.? How is the injury now? ?I?m cleared. I?m playing baseball. I?m in center field and things are going great. I?ve been playing all season.? How good of a baseball player are you? ?I love baseball. Football and baseball, growing up they are my two main sports. I like baseball almost as much as football. Last year I ended the season hitting .350 and I finished with four homeruns. Sometimes I was a leadoff hitter, sometimes I was the third or fourth batter?? What role did your father have in you making your decision? ?He played a key role. My family has helped me from the beginning. They told me do what?s comfortable. Get a feel for the University. I?ve visited lots of colleges. There was just something about Miami. He knows it?s a great situation for me and he supported me all the way.? Did he always want you to be a quarterback? "Definitely. He?s worked with me quarterbacking ever since I was six or seven years old.?Will you participate in any summer camps??We?re still deciding on that. I?m really busy and we?re trying to get all that stuff situated. I?ll be making more visits down to Miami and I was trying to get to a Nike camp at Miami but I?ve got a game on that date so I couldn?t do that.? UM has had a problem with quarterbacks committing early then de-committing, have the coaches brought that up to you? Have they mentioned continuing to recruit other guys or are you their one and only? ?They have clarified they are only taking one quarterback. They know that I?m very serious and that this is solid. They told me about the problems and I know what the situation is with my commitment.? Posted by mmadl ( Apr 05 2006, 02:30:41 PM EDT )
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Notre Dame always has one of the hardest schedules every year.. why make it harder
 04-09-2006, 06:04 PM         #85
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 BOUNCER06 said:
Notre Dame always has one of the hardest schedules every year.. why make it harder



Cause we use to play them every along with PSU and the Sooners.
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 BOUNCER06 said:
Notre Dame always has one of the hardest schedules every year.. why make it harder
yeah im sure that game with BYU really leaves fear in their heart.

yalled played USC and Michigan last year thats it. ND even lost MSU
 12 years ago '04        #87
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 C.R.I.P. said:
cuz thats basically all butch could do. he was a horrible gameday coach. people be sleepin on coker he pretty much has the same record as Pete Carroll but yet coker gets hated on. and im gone step out on the limb and say Coker is better. Pete Caroll is a Defensive specialist right. then why does his defense suck so bad. they make tackling look like an hard a.ss math equation. while Coker was an OC and yes our offense is not as good as normal it was enough for wins. so i would take coker over carroll
Come on man Coker isn't the better than Carroll, we lost 3 games 2 years str8 to teams we should of won. (except vt 04, lsu) those are the only teams we couldn't legitmately beat. You say carroll (def specialist) defense suck which was only 1 year, and Coker is a OC and our offense sucked three years str8. When was the last time our offense put up points on a good defense since 03. Coker gets outcoached pretty much every game, we just got the talent to bail his a.ss out
 12 years ago '04        #88
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im buying my season tickets for the Canes this week

i always get them
 12 years ago '04        #89
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 booie4 said:
Come on man Coker isn't the better than Carroll, we lost 3 games 2 years str8 to teams we should of won. (except vt 04, lsu) those are the only teams we couldn't legitmately beat. You say carroll (def specialist) defense suck which was only 1 year, and Coker is a OC and our offense sucked three years str8. When was the last time our offense put up points on a good defense since 03. Coker gets outcoached pretty much every game, we just got the talent to bail his a.ss out
dont forget they won the same amount of games on their win streak as we did.(34). 3 games in to years aint nothin considerin Pete Caroll went 6-6 his first year at USC. if that would have happend at Miami the city might have burnt down. and the difrence bewtween Caroll and Coker is that Carroll actually coaches his defense he is the defensive coordiantor. Coker just head coaches Dan Werner was the OC the last couple of years and has ruined our offense(thank god he is gone) Dan Werner couldnt even figure out that we needed to use 3 step drops when we are getting blitzed to death. and yes we put up 27 on VT this year they had a good d. and years before we put up some pretty good numbers. you dont have to score 50 points to win a football game. im in it 4 the wins not 4 how we score. and to say Coker gets outcoached Dan Werner came up with every gameplan this year except for against VT and guess who did that Coker. expect USC to fall off. This year very similar in almost every way to our 2002 year.
 04-09-2006, 09:39 PM         #90
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Trust me I saw Carrol first hand in new england, he isnt the genious some people think he is. I saw it first hand.
 12 years ago '04        #91
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fu*k That im rollin wit my man Coker

Prominent Players Coached

Miami Martin Bibla, Phillip Buchanon
Scott Covington, Ken Dorsey,
Daniel "Bubba" Franks,
Mondriel Fulcher, Joaquin Gonzalez,
James Jackson, Edgerrin James,
K.C. Jones, Andre King, Willis McGahee,
Bryant McKinnie, Richard Mercier,
Santana Moss, Edward Reed,
Jeremy Shockey, Reggie Wayne

Ohio State Joey Galloway, Eddie George,
Terry Glenn, Raymont Harris,
Bobby Hoying, Chico Hudson,
Orlando Pace

Oklahoma Dewell Brewer, Mike Gaddis,
Cale Gundy

Oklahoma State Hart Lee Dykes, Mike Gundy,
Earnest Hudson, Barry Sanders,
Thurman Thomas

Tulsa Micheal Gunter, Ken Lacy

Coaching Accomplishments
Has compiled the fifth-best winning percentage of any head coach in college football history after his first four seasons. (44-6, .880)
Won more games in his first four seasons (44) than any other Miami head coach (tied with Dennis Erickson)
First coach since Walter Camp (1888-89) to go undefeated through his first 24 games as a head coach.
Led Miami to the 2001 National Championship, the first rookie head coach in 53 years (and only the second ever) to lead a team to the title.
Winner of the 2002 American Football Monthly magazine National Coach of the Year Award.
Winner of the 2001 Paul "Bear" Bryant Coach of the Year Award
2001 AFCA Coach of the Year Award (with Maryland's Ralph Friedgen)
Two-Time BIG EAST Coach of the Year (2001, 2002)
First Miami head coach to go 12-0 in his first season
Twenty-three seasons as a collegiate coach.
2002 Miami offense set a new single-season scoring record (512 points), surpassing the previous mark of 475 set in 2001.
2001 Miami offense set a new single-season scoring record (475 points), surpassing the previous mark of 469 set in 2000.
Has lost just three bowl games during his 24 years as a coach.
Had two running backs lead the nation in rushing while at Oklahoma State - Barry Sanders and Ernest Anderson.
Has coached 22 first-team All-Americans and 88 first-team All-Conference picks.
Has coached 54 student-athletes that have earned All-BIG EAST Academic accolades for maintaining a grade point average of 3.0 or better.
Miami has a6-1 bowl record, while his offenses have averaged 31.3 points and 445.6 yards total offense in those bowl games.
Coker's Miami offenses have led the Canes to 21 wins against Top 25 opponents.
48 players have garnered first-team All-Big East honors.
Has coached 16 first-team All-Americans at Miami.
 04-09-2006, 09:45 PM         #92
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Man look at those RB's hes worked with. Barry, Thomas, Mcgahee, Portis damn
 12 years ago '04        #93
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 RakimAllahNY said:
Man look at those RB's hes worked with. Barry, Thomas, Mcgahee, Portis damn
that list of players by itself is worth great recognition considering he coached alot of those personally RB Coach for Barry Sanders,Thurman Thomas. u cant deny the man. thats why i dont understand how people can talk down on coker he has all the credintials all the former coaches respect him. he has coached the best of the best.

and sh*t they didnt even list all the rest of the great Canes he is responsible for.


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 04-09-2006, 09:49 PM         #94
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 C.R.I.P. said:
that list of players by itself is worth great recognition considering he coached alot of those personally RB Coach for Barry Sanders,Thurman Thomas. u cant deny the man. thats why i dont understand how people can talk down on coker he has all the credintials all the former coaches respect him. he has coached the best of the best.
He won a NC and shoulda won another minus a bullsh*t call. Hes gotten good players and hes still gettin the best miami players stayin home. This year he will show people
 12 years ago '04        #95
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 C.R.I.P. said:
dont forget they won the same amount of games on their win streak as we did.(34). 3 games in to years aint nothin considerin Pete Caroll went 6-6 his first year at USC. if that would have happend at Miami the city might have burnt down.
USC wasn't all that talented his 1st year, although he should of had a better year.

and the difrence bewtween Caroll and Coker is that Carroll actually coaches his defense he is the defensive coordiantor. Coker just head coaches Dan Werner was the OC the last couple of years and has ruined our offense(thank god he is gone)
If you were the head coach; a former OC, would you have let Werner ruin our offense the way he did? Werner was inept and Coker let it happen for 3 str8 years.

Dan Werner couldnt even figure out that we needed to use 3 step drops when we are getting blitzed to death.
agree, but Coker being a former OC, shouldn't he step in and make half time adjustments during the FSU and GT game this year and make changes

and yes we put up 27 on VT this year they had a good d. and years before we put up some pretty good numbers.
The VT game this year was won by the Defense, what games did we put up points, not a lot of yards against a good defense

you dont have to score 50 points to win a football game. im in it 4 the wins not 4 how we score.
agree with the 50 pts thing, but we should score more than 10 points against GT, 3 against LSU, 10 against Tenn, 10 and 13 against VT, notice we lost all those games.

and to say Coker gets outcoached Dan Werner came up with every gameplan this year except for against VT and guess who did that Coker.
You know damn well the reason we won that game was because everybody thought we didn't have a chance to win, and you never doubt Miami. Also you say Werner got outcoached every game prior to VT, so Coker took over for one game with a decent gameplan, and then let Werner continue with his bad gameplanning and we suck against GT and LSU. Great job Coker :thumbsdow
expect USC to fall off. This year very similar in almost every way to our 2002 year.
co-sign, the simiarity between these 2 teams was :wow: only difference was we whupped a.ss when the media predicted us to lose or have a close game (Tennessee) while USC played with the team (Norte Dame and Frenso St)
 12 years ago '04        #96
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this is Cokers year right here. he now has his own staff in place and we actually got an OC who knows what the fu*k he is doing. they already say that the Oline at this point looks better than last years.
 04-10-2006, 04:38 PM         #97
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Youngblood holds own protecting QB By Jorge Milian

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Sunday, April 09, 2006

CORAL GABLES ? From the moment he stepped on the University of Miami campus last fall, Reggie Youngblood was tagged as the heir apparent to left offensive tackle Eric Winston, who protected the backside of Miami quarterbacks for most of the past three seasons.Youngblood, a 6-foot-5, 307-pound sophomore, has lived up to that designation this spring by solidifying a spot in the lineup that will open the 2006 season against Florida State on Labor Day.Facing veteran defensive ends Bryan Pata and Baraka Atkins, Youngblood has more than held his own in spring practice, which ends Saturday with the spring game in the Orange Bowl.

That's a welcomed development for UM coach Larry Coker whose offensive line must replace four starters. The only incumbent is center Anthony Wollschlager. Of the other offensive linemen on the roster, only Derrick Morse (6) and Andrew Bain (1) have started a game.

No position on UM's line is more important than left tackle, which shields the blind spot for right-handed quarterbacks Kyle Wright and Kirby Freeman. With Freeman hinting he may transfer before the start of the 2006 season, a focus on protecting Wright will be imperative.

"He's going to be as good as advertised," Coker said of Youngblood. "He's still young. He's still learning, but he's really going to be a good player, a difference-maker type player. I'm not concerned about him."

Despite playing behind Winston, Youngblood got important snaps as a freshman. After not seeing action in UM's first four games, the Houston native played in the final eight and was used regularly when the Hurricanes went to an unbalanced line that employed three offensive tackles.

"That was real big to get the nerves out," Youngblood said of his freshman experience. "Now, I can just go out and play and not worry about the crowd or the speed of the game or anything."

Youngblood's past opponents usually have done the worrying. As a high school senior, Youngblood was a Parade All-America and was ranked as the nation's No. 9 overall player by Rivals.com.

"He's a talented guy," offensive line coach Mario Cristobal said. "You always worry if a young guy can handle things. ... (but) he's smart, he's tough, he's explosive and he's large."
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good sh*t homey. dont know why it wont let me prop u i done propped like 20 people in a hour.
 04-10-2006, 04:59 PM         #99
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Miami Heat

Mike Farrell
Rivals.com Football Recruiting
CORAL GABLES, Fla. - The first NIKE Camp of the Spring started off being about who wasn't there. No Noel Devine, Armando Allen or Deonte Thompson. However, once things got rolling, there was quite a bit of talent on display led by players like Lorenzo Edwards and others. Here are some notes from Coral Gables.


Bryant is a huge prospect.
- Let's start with Devine, who was expected to show but didn't. Devine had recently competed at another couple of combines, running a 4.4-second hand-timed 40-yard dash at one, according to his head coach at North Fort Myers, James Iandoli.

Iandoli said Devine was a little "combined out" and thus didn't make the trip.

However, there's a chance he could be at the Gainesville NIKE Camp in May because Devine wants to check out Florida's campus.

So what's the latest when it comes to his recruiting?

This one is a bit of a stunner.

Miami, Devine's childhood favorite and the program considered the clear leader for his services, has not been in touch with Iandoli regarding his star running back. In the meantime, Nebraska, LSU, Florida, Auburn, Georgia, Florida State and a slew of others have been in contact, including calls to Iandoli from Bill Callahan, Urban Meyer and Les Miles.

Things seem wide open with Devine and Miami could easily get into this if they wanted, but right now Nebraska is impressing Devine and getting away from home is something he's considering.

- The most impressive player on the day could have been one who didn't participate at all. Hallandale, Fla. defensive/offensive tackle Kevin Bryant could be the biggest player ever at a NIKE Camp. He looked all of 6-foot-6 and 380+ pounds. Bryant didn't work out at all, but he has plenty of offers including Florida, LSU and he claims a recent offer from Texas.

- Getting to those who did work out, Edwards is an impressive-looking kid. The Orlando (Fla.) Edgewater standout has linebacker size but is also mobile in coverage.

He struggled early in one-on-ones with change of direction, but adjusted well.

He looks like a player who will be better moving forward rather than backwards and will be a good strong safety or outside linebacker for someone.


Edwards has linebacker size but wants to play safety.
- The best defensive lineman at the camp was Hollywood (Fla.) Hollywood Hills rush end Jabaal Sheard. Sheard has a great first step, gets linemen off balance with his arms and has an excellent outside-inside move.

A close second was 2008 stud Marcus Forston, who has a k!ller spin move and is well beyond his years when it comes to pass rushing technique.

Along the offensive line, Emeka Nwankwo from Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna looked very good, using long arms and good technique to keep defenders at bay. Wellington (Fla.) Palm Beach Central lineman Tyler McDermott was physical all day and Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central guard Maurice Bynes has quick feet for a big man. Big Brandon Washington from Miami (Fla.) Edison was also impressive, using an agressive technique in one-on-one drills.

- The wide receivers weren't deep, but a few guys impressed led by Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna stud Kamar Aiken. Aiken, who has boasted a 39-inch vertical, could end up at wide receiver or safety with his speed, size and jumping ability.

Nicknamed "T.O." by the teammates, he showed a bit of Terrell Owens at the camp with his physical play and quickness. Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central wideout Tarus McKinley was also impressive. McKinley may not be the fastest guy in the 40-yard dash, but he runs precise patterns, gets separation and snatches the ball. Justin Bentley from Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely and Jasper Howard from Miami (Fla.)

Edison both showed awesome ball skills and are sleepers to keep an eye on.

Tight end Justin Francis from Miramar, Fla. was also impressive. He's a big tight end who still needs to tone his body, but he shields off defenders well and has good hands.


Howard is a sleeper to watch.
In coverage, Eain Smith from Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna has great quicks and excellent hips. Miami (Fla.) Archbishop Carroll corner Braden Robinson was also impressive all day.

Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central corner Damien Berry was one of the fastest players on the field.

- Even without Devine and Allen, the running back position was deep and talented.

Antwain Easterling from Miami (Fla.) Northwestern is very quick and solid while Xavier Stinson from Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna is a rock. Easterling is quicker and shiftier, but Stinson is thick and runs low to the ground. Florida and Miami seem to be in a two-team battle for Easterling. Stinson could be a big tailback in some offenses or a fullback in others and boasts offers from schools like Pitt, Iowa and Auburn.

Bo Williams from Oakland Park (Fla.) Northeast is a beast with great size, burst and a little more wiggle than originally expected. Jamar Taylor from Lakeland, Fla. is also a very physically impressive running back.

- It was a very deep group of quarterbacks, but three players proved they could sling it, some with accuracy and some without.

L.D. Crow was the most impressive quarterback when it came to accuracy while Alton Voss showed off a gun. 2008 stud in the making D.C. Jefferson is huge for his age and has a cannon, but needs to learn to put more touch on the ball. He was drilling receivers whether it was a 5-yard slant or a 20-yard post.

- A couple of impressive linebackers round out the highlights of the day. Josh Bynes from Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Boyd Anderson is nasty and has excellent coverage ability. Vincent Williams, a 2008 prospect from Davenport (Fla.) Ridge Community was easily one of the best athletes on hand at the event and will be one to watch next year.

For complete coverage of the Miami NIKE Training Camp, including official testing results, check out StudentSportsFootball.com.

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Coach Larry Coker April 11 press conference


Opening statement: We're finishing up (with the spring). Guys are coming off the scrimmage (Saturday). To me it's a little bit sluggish when you're not in full pads (the team was in shells) and you have a couple of days off. You think they're rested, which they are -- which is good during the spring. We got a lot of things done today. This was an early day (a one-and-a-half hour practice) because of classes on Tuesday. But tomorrow we'll be in full pads. Friday we have to be in shorts. And we'll be at the Orange Bowl (for the Spring Game) on Saturday. We've had a great spring, let's finish up good and end this on a positive note.

Q: From looking at film of Saturday's scrimmage, what stood out to you?

Coker: Well, really good was run defense. It's really, really difficult to run the football on our team. That's good from that standpoint. And I think some good things -- Lance Leggett and Kyle Wright, three touchdown passes. That was a positive. We needed Lance to really step up like that. Pass protection was much, much better. And Greg Olsen as a total player and Richard Gordon as a receiver stepped up. And the guys that continue to play well on the offensive line are Reggie Youngblood and Andrew Bain. I don't mention Anthony Wollschlager anymore because he just plays well every day. So there were a lot of positives. You start naming guys (on defense), it's hard to do that because there's a lot of guys running to the football, but the linebacker play is really standing out.

Q: Mario Cristobal says his favorite drill is inside run.

Coker: That's a tough drill. You know where the play's going to go. Your technique has to be at its best. It's a physical drill. It's a lot of carry-over to the game of football.

Q: Is there any thought to moving any tailbacks to fullback?

Coker: That's a possibility. Really we'll let that go right now because we do have the tight ends. Chris Zellner was back today, and guys like him can do those things that a fullback does. That's a plus for us. But there's a possibility that in the future that will happen.

Q: How much did Ryan Moore (upper leg pull) do today?

Coker: He did a lot today, more than I thought he would. It was good to have him back. It really helped the depth. We won't get Darnell Jenkins back (from an ankle sprain), I don't anticipate that.

Q: Moore will participate in full pads tomorrow?

Coker: Yes.

Q: How was he doing before he got hurt?

Coker: He was doing really well.

Q: Khalil Jones is getting a lot of work. How is he doing catching the ball?

Coker: Khalil is getting better. Khalil has a lot of character and a tremendous work ethic.
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