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 10-26-2006, 04:48 PM         #226
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wowwww two top 15 players in next years NFL draft going at it

calvin johnson vs meriweather


should be a fun battle to watch


:applause: :applause: :applause:

 12 years ago '04        #227
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good to have B-Ware back, the secondary missed him last week. and romeo davis is out, so sharpton finally starts, i wanna see what he's workin with

 11-07-2006, 11:56 PM         #228
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November 7, 2006

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Tragedy struck the Hurricanes tonight as defensive lineman Bryan Pata was shot and k!lled in a parking lot in Kendall at 9315 SW 77 Avenue.


Bryan Pata was known for his sense of humor according to those who knew him
The shooting was reported to police at approximately 7:30 p.m., according to Miami-Dade public information officer Roy Rutland.

"When those officers arrived they found the victim, Bryan Pata, deceased," Rutland said. "We cannot release any more information -- this is a sensitive, real-time active investigation."

Pata suffered multiple gunshots, according to Rutland. At least one shot was to the head.

Asked if there is a suspect, Rutland said, "I can't comment on who we believe is involved."

The investigation into Pata's murder is ongoing, and Rutland said the investigation will continue all evening.

The University of Miami athletic department released the following statement at approximately 11 p.m. (EST).

"Tonight the University of Miami tragically lost a member of our football family, Bryan Pata," the statement read. "Bryan was a fine person and a great competitor. He will be forever missed by his coaches and teammates. We offer our thoughts and prayers to his family."

"Our players are deeply saddened and are grieving. We ask that their privacy be respected in the coming days. The University of Miami urges anybody with any information on this tragedy to contact the Miami-Dade Police Department, Homicide Bureau or Crimestoppers."

A University of Miami spokesman said a decision has not been made at this point if the team will practice Wednesday or play in the scheduled game Saturday at Maryland.

The 6-foot-4, 280-pound senior was known for his sincerity and sense of humor.

A prime example: As a Central High School senior, while keeping his plans to attend UM secret, he joked with reporters that he would be attending Alaska State.

Two hours before he was k!lled Pata helped his defensive teammates douse a.ssistant defensive line coach Clint Hurtt with Gatorade after practice -- today is Hurtt's birthday.

The heartwrenching scene that played out tonight in front of numerous TV cameras: Pata's screaming mother ran toward the crime scene screaming "Give me my baby" before collapsing on the ground.

She was wearing Pata's No. 95 jersey.

Police officers helped her up and took her to identify the body.

Pata was the only victim.

Pata's cousin, who drove over an hour to the scene, said the family had no indication of why he was shot.

Hurricane players held a lengthy full team meeting this evening.

They went into the meeting at 8 p.m. and didn't leave until 11:45. Players silently streamed out, with a few hugging each other.

Former Miami defensive line coach Greg Mark commented on Tuesday's tragedy.

"It is a very sad situation. I obviously feel for his parents, his mother, who I had gotten to known well and his sister," Mark said. "He was a young man who came in rough and tough and wanted to f!ght the system. He grew up to become a great individual."

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this season has just gone wrong in so many ways..but this just overshadows everything and makes you not even really care

 11-07-2006, 11:59 PM         #230
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That sh*t about his mom is so fu*ked up.. smh @ this violence

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and you know whats sad, this sh*t happens all the time, its shameful.

my cousin got k!lled like this, 2 n*ggas was arguing they got heated and started shooting and he ended up getting caught in the cross fire.


stupid people with guns= death

 11-08-2006, 12:05 AM         #232
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smh @ this sh*t.. This sh*t is devastating this is just like Marlin Barnes was murdered.. that sh*t shook the whole program for awhile.. RIP

 12 years ago '04        #233
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yeah this reminds me of the marlin barnes shooting, this one hits closer to home cuz i follow this team alot closer....when it rains it pours, right now its a downpour

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 11-13-2006, 02:42 AM         #235
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Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central High School WR Taurus McKinley called coach Mario Cristobal this past Monday and had a simple message.

"I told him I was ready to become a Cane," McKinley said. "He said, `Good,' asked do I really feel it in my heart. I told him `Yes.'"

McKinley says the Pata tragedy "was shocking. It happens everywhere, there's violence."

He says it won't affect his decision.

And he says it won't change if there's a coaching shakeup.

He says he's committing to the program.

"I'm sticking by it," he said. "That's where I felt good about. I was considering a lot of other schools, but I knew I wanted to go to Miami from the beginning.

"The Canes have a good tradition, stay together like family."

Teammate and fellow commitment Damien Berry was with McKinley when he committed.

Now both are working on a third teammate, receiver Deonte Thompson, to become a Cane.

The three pledged to each other as sophomores that they would all attend the same college.

"Deonte, he hasn't decided," McKinley said.

Asked should Thompson go elsewhere if that would affect him, McKinley said, "We'll have to look into it."

He does plan a few visits: South Carolina, West Virginia, LSU, Louisville and Miami.

The UM trip is set for January.

With visits on tap, why commit now?

"Because I knew all along that I wanted to go to Miami," McKinley said.

Asked how he views Miami's offensive struggles this season, McKinley said, "I feel I can come in there and change the whole thing, change it up a little bit.

McKinley's team won its opening playoff game, 56-0. He had two catches for over 30 yards in the game.

* McKinley's brother is Cane cornerback Randy Phillips.

"He knows I committed," McKinley said. "He said `That's great, just keep doing well.'"

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 11-13-2006, 02:44 AM         #236
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Coker: There is no QB controversy


November 12, 2006

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A day after Miami's 14-13 loss at Maryland, coach Larry Coker was asked what he has left emotionally with the tragic death of Bryan Pata combined with his team's current 5-5 record.

"I have a lot left," Coker said. "To say it hasn't been draining, that's totally not true. All the negatives and those things, not winning, the tragedy we've been through, certainly it's draining. But I'm inwardly put together pretty well. I've got a lot left in my tank and our players will, too. We'll bounce back. We'll recover.

"This will be a difficult week for us. We have services for Bryan [with the funeral Tuesday and an on-campus memorial Wednesday] and then get ready to travel to Virginia."

Coker summed up the Maryland game by saying, "You look at the game, the dropped passes and big plays early in the game basically doomed us. We had our chances to win, just didn't. A 96-yard touchdown pass, a 65-yard touchdown pass, other than that they had nothing. The bottom line is they didn't need any more."

A major focus entering this week will be whether quarterback Kirby Freeman will remain the team's starter.

He kept the offense moving and played well, with Coker summing up his performance by saying, "I'm very pleased with Kirby Freeman. He gave our offense a spark, did a nice job running the offense. He was very poised. Third down, our goal is 50 percent. We haven't been close to that. Last night we were. He gave us a chance to win. He did nice things running the ball off dive read things we've added. We're pleased with his play."

Will Freeman remain the starter even if Kyle Wright is ready to play coming off a small fracture in his throwing hand?

"I don't have any [quarterback] controversy," Coker said. "I don't have that. We're going to play the best players. We only have one healthy quarterback anyway, so there's nothing to have a controversy about."

Asked if Wright might be healthy enough to play next weekend, Coker said, "I'll make that decision, but there's no controversy. We'll see. We'll see as we go through the week how he performs. I don't think he could have played Saturday.

"There really isn't a controversy. Kirby is our starter because he's healthy."

Coker was asked if he needs to dangle the carrot of a bowl berth in front of his team -- the Canes needs one more win to be bowl eligible.

"I don't know that's a carrot right now," Coker said. "Our self-respect, dignity, our winning -- that's the carrot. Maybe I'm oversimplifying, maybe for them it's `We've got to do this to go to a bowl.' I don't foresee that. If we take are of what we can do, the bowl will take care of itself."

In injury news, offensive lineman A.J. Trump suffered a knee injury.

"We'll see the extent of his injury," Coker said. "A.J. was playing well. With A.J. out and Reggie Youngblood at home [with injury], we were a little thin in that area."

Coker said he's "optimistic" Youngblood will play this week.

Here's what else Coker was talking about:

Q: Ryan Hill dropped that touchdown pass.

Coker: I'm very, very disappointed for Ryan. Ryan Hill is probably one of the most exciting players we have in practice. He works as hard or harder than anybody we have in practice. I'm disappointed for him because takes his play very seriously and wants to contribute in every way possible. To have that happen is really a shame for him. He's a freshman. He's going to make a lot of plays here before he's finished because of his talent and the way he works. He was just very, very disappointed because he knew he had an opportunity to win the game for us. I don't know if he just lost a little concentration or what it was.

Q: Florida State commemorated Pata by wearing No. 95 on their helmets.

Coker: They called last week and wanted to do that out of respect for this program. The respect that Florida State and Miami have for one another is very, very sincere. Also, Bryan's brother plays for Florida State. That was a nice tie-in, something they wanted to do for the Pata family. I was fine with that.

Q: Might you make a change at punt returner? Bruce Johnson fumbled a punt at the end for the second straight game.

Coker: No, not right now. We have our best punt returner back there. Bruce made a mistake, but you look throughout the day and he did a fabulous job returning punts. He's gotten better and better. Even with Devin Hester last year and how we struggled with Devin, you have to coach them. Marques Mosely coaches our return men and does a great job with them. We made a mistake. Right now I really feel strongly that Ryan Hill and Bruce are the two best. And you're still talking about two young players.

Q: Why didn't Johnson call a fair catch on that final punt return?

Coker: Well, the one thing that happened as you look at it on tape is the flier came out, was somewhat obscured. The mistake we made is our wing man has to block the flier. We hold those guys, and now we have a chance to field the ball and you have linemen and linebackers trying to tackle you in the open field. The entire day we did a good job [of that]. We didn't on that play. They beat us. That's going to happen some, but when it does you have to make the fair catch. We'd have loved to have one more opportunity. We had a long way to go and not much time, but we had an opportunity.

Q: With the services and funeral this week, how do you go about installing everything you need to do football-wise this week?

Coker: We just have to find the time. We've played Virginia before, played them twice. We have to find a time to get it in because the game's going to be played. Our players want to prepare. We'll just work our scheduling, somehow get it done.

Q: What was the approach to the offense with Freeman in there? It seemed conservative for a lot of the game.

Coker: We were a little more conservative, because you don't know what you're going to get. You see what you see here in practice, but a hostile stadium on the road in a big game, you don't know what you're going to get sometimes. Not that I didn't think he played well. He did. We'll tweak or get things that we feel Kirby does best. The game plan I really like –- if he doesn't have the dropped passes his percentages are good, he's going to throw three touchdown passes in the course of the game. I like that. He'll continue to expand as we go into Virginia.

Q: Did he call many audibles?

Coker: Yeah. Audibles in terms of this play or that play, not just go out and `This looks good.' Yes, there were a lot of those. He didn't miss much. He's a football player. He's kind of a football junkie, so to speak.




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Q: When you had that dropped pass and it became fourth and short, did you think about going for it instead of having the field goal?

Coker: There was thought on it, but not much. I felt like we were in control of the game, honestly. I felt with a field goal we have a lot of options. If we go for it, don't make it, now you have to have a touchdown, you're down four. To me we're still in great position. We were a first down away from a makeable field goal attempt [the next drive]. The thought was there [to go for it], but not real serious. Still, looking back, I think it was the right approach.

Q: There were two turnovers in the last
five minutes for the second time in a row.

Coker: This was a little bit different [than last game]. The kid makes a great interception. You're going to have those things happen to you at times. The muffed punt ... it happened to be an inopportune time late in the game.

Q: What is the focus now for the team?

Coker: It's [on] the next game. I don't think this is a feel-sorry-for-yourself team. I don't want to use the tragedy as an excuse for not winning the game. The attitude of the team from a standpoint of the effort they gave was tremendous. What we got hurt on wasn't effort. We got hurt on technique by two corners and a couple of dropped passes. The effort was there. I got a call today from a noted sports psychologist that has dealt with situations like this. He said 90 percent of those teams [when they played the next game], the game was blowouts in the other team's favor. Basically he was saying to commend our team on the resilience to come back the way they did. Getting down 14 points, it would have been very, very easy -- I have a good excuse here, we have tragedy, let's punch the clock and we'll be okay. Our team didn't do that. Our coaches didn't do that and the team didn't do it. I'm very proud of that fact. It's a situation that we didn't want to use this tragedy as a reason to win the game or a reason we didn't win the game.

Q: So you easily could have folded after going down 14-0 with all the adversity.

Coker: You never would have dreamed our defense would give up 14 points in the first 17 minutes of the game on two bombs. We haven't given up much all year long, and now we're down 14 points. I really felt that, if we were playing, that we were going to be in the game and win the game. We fought our way back. The offense kept chipping away and gave us a chance to win the football game. [The bad start to the game] was an uh-oh. For us it was the worst thing that could have happened because you have a built-in excuse. Some people you quit, don't show. Other times you go through the motions. Certainly we didn't do that.

Q: Your offense was consistently moving the ball.

Coker: Making first downs, the ability for Kirby to be able to use some of the dive reads, the spread stuff to run the ball, give us misdirection [was good]. Also the nekkid passing game off of it, it gave us a really nice spark, it really did. The third down conversions -- with the way the clock starts now, you don't make a first down it's almost like a turnover because you don't get those possessions back. When you get a possession, it needs to be precious. Being able to grind out and have the success we had on offense was huge for us. And we were able to get the field position. That's what's so frustrating about a 96-yard touchdown pass. I like the call [by Maryland]. I used to make the call myself when I was calling plays at this school and other schools. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't. It's a hard way to go 96 yards grinding it out.

Q: Were you surprised with the way Freeman handled things?

Coker: I was happy to see it. Kirby and I talked about that. The natural thing for any of us -- `Well, I'm going to show everybody now what I'm all about and how good I am, do this and this.' The way he handled himself I think was very special. He was poised, was in control. Our offensive players realized that, rallied around him. Surprised? Maybe a little bit that he had the poise he had. You don't have to be Superman. Kirby is an exciting player. He can make some things happen. He did things to give us a chance to win the game.

Q: Did you simplify the offense for Freeman?

Coker: He didn't do anything less. He's gone through the same offense that Kyle has. You add the dive read package out of it. That is the old double option that people run -- either you hand the ball and let people run or you keep it. He did a good job with it.

Q: To see a game end that way and the fans all run on the field ... there were a lot of things said by fans to your players. But your players didn't say anything back. Are you still addressing things in the wake of FIU?

Coker: I didn't hear what was being said. We really don't address it anymore. I just know these players. What happened with the FIU thing was a total aberration, wasn't us. We did some things wrong. That's all been talked about and seen. No, I'm concerned about the other emotions, the death of a teammate. Now you have outside emotions coming in, how devastating it can be. This team has handled it pretty well.

 11-13-2006, 02:58 AM         #238
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I'd like to thank Miami for K2. That is all.

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Your Welcome.


now Lets Go Kirby... Word is he has already been giving the go ahead to start vs UVA

 11-13-2006, 11:38 AM         #240
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 Javon23 said
a 21 yr old black man with a gun most of the time = trouble

^^^ smh @ JaCoon


 11-13-2006, 11:50 AM         #241
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"The Canes have a good tradition, stay together like family."

"Because I knew all along that I wanted to go to Miami," McKinley said.

McKinley said, "I feel I can come in there and change the whole thing, change it up a little bit.

damnnnnnnnnn this guy was BORN to be Cane !!!!

these are the type of recruits i want coming here !!

:rasta:

 11-14-2006, 01:34 AM         #242
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November 13, 2006

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Quarterback Kyle Wright wasn't on Greentree Practice Field for today's workout because he was meeting with a hand specialist.

Wright has a broken bone near the base of the thumb on his throwing hand, and coach Larry Coker said "there's definitely a possibility" he will need season-ending surgery.

It's a virtual certainty that Kirby Freeman will start again on Saturday against Virginia.

Tavares Gooden didn't practice today because, according to Coker, "He's having a problem with balance (following a concussion type injury). He's not cleared."

Coker also said A.J. Trump may need surgery for a torn ACL

"He was playing awfully well," Coker said.

Coker added that Rashaun Jones is suspended for two games "for a violation of team policy."

* Normally Monday is an off-day, but Miami won't practice tomorrow because Bryan Pata's funeral is scheduled for 1 p.m.

UM will also hold an on-campus memorial on Wednesday.

Kareem Brown was one of Pata's best friends.

Brown spoke about his friend after this afternoon's practice.

"He was a funny guy," Brown said. "He always put a smile on everyone's face. We called him `The beat master' because he had all the (music) beats in the meeting room and stuff like that. He always made everyone laugh."

How tough was this past week for Brown?

"It was really tough -– I've never lost anyone in my life," Brown said. "It was real tough because I didn't know how to deal with it. Fortunately I have the rest of my teammates and the coaches to help me deal with it. They helped me along with it pretty good."

Brown said it was difficult for him to play on Saturday.

"We just felt like he was still with us -– we just had that motivation, `He's here with us all the way to the end,'" Brown said. "We just used that."

Brown's locker is adjacent to Pata's in the on-campus locker room.

Pata's locker has been preserved the way it was when he left UM for the last time.

"I think about him," Brown said. "Our lockers are together, so you can't help but think about it."

Pata said he wants to honor Pata by helping this team to a bowl game.

"We want to do it in honor of him," Brown said. "Not only for the school, community, but in honor of him. It was all of our senior year, and we just want to end the season on a good note like he would want to."

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Kyle Wright is out for the year, reminds me of 1999 when kenny kelly got "hurt" and it opened the door for dorsey...

 11-16-2006, 01:56 PM         #244
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Mt Prospect (IL) Prospect High School OT Markus Zusevics is waiting on a UM scholarship offer.


But that hasn't stopped him from setting up an official visit to Miami for the weekend of Dec. 15.

"I've talked with coach (Mario) Cristobal -- they started recruiting me a couple of weeks ago," Zusevics said. "They just gave me a call, and I was real excited about it. It went from there.

"They haven't offered me yet. I think coach Cristobal really wants me, but I haven't even seen him face to face yet. Maybe I can get a scholarship once I get down there (on the visit)."

Zusevics lists 12 offers so far, including Nebraska, Purdue (where he's already taken an official visit) and Michigan State.

He says he has no frontrunners right now.

What does he want in a college?

"I just want a pretty big-time program with nice facilities," he said. "That's what I like about Miami. And also a good coaching staff."

Of what he knows about Miami's program, he said, "I just know it's a big-time program with guys that just play like complete animals."

Zusevics says the Bryan Pata tragedy makes him think twice "a little bit" about attending Miami, adding, "I think if I went to Miami it wouldn't be a problem.

"I think they're just having a year with a little bit of trouble."

Zusevics' team is in the second round of the playoffs after winning last weekend, 20-0.

"I'm waiting till after the season to make all the rest of my visits," he said. "I'm just focusing on the playoffs, trying to make it to the state championship

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Hollywood Hills (Fla.) High School DL Jabaal Sheard isn't quite sure how much UM is interested in him.


He doesn't have an offer and isn't getting regular calls from Cane coaches.

But he is getting plenty of UM mail.

"Miami's sending me letters in the mail asking me to come to the game, asking how the season's going and things like that," Sheard said. "I went to the game against Virginia Tech and talked to coaches there.

"I talked to coach (John) Palermo. He was just asking how the season's going and that hopefully he can get me in for a visit."

Sheard says it's a certainty that he'll visit UM. He says he's planning on other visits to Auburn, Pittsburgh and Rutgers.

Those three schools have already offered.

He says he's currently up to 10 scholarship offers.

But the one he wants is from Miami.

"I'm a Hurricane fan, have been rooting for them since I learned about football," Sheard said. "If Miami offers they'd be at the top of my list."

Sheard also spoke about the Bryan Pata tragedy and how it might affect recruits.

"They probably understand that it happens places," Sheard said. "When I first heard I thought that things like that just happen sometimes."

* Sheard's season is over -– his team lost to Coconut Creek last weekend in the first round of the playoffs, 15-9. He had two tackles for losses and a pass deflection in the game.

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fu*k lesean mccoy by the way...

and Canes will be better in 07..believe dat

 11-16-2006, 02:05 PM         #248
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Man fu*k that n*gga, Graig Cooper>>McCoy all day every

 11-16-2006, 02:05 PM         #249
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i wonder whos gonna be our coach in 07

we'll seeeee


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 RakimAllahNY said
Man fu*k that n*gga, Graig Cooper>>McCoy all day every

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