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 10-27-2007, 07:50 PM         #2526
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Damn I didn't know BX had the hook up wit the Canes.

what yall think bout the rest of the season. looks like freeman will be starting against nc state and maybe the rest of the season cuz of kyle wrights knee and ankle, and that aint good.

 11 years ago '07        #2527
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Damn, if we win out, We could potentially go to the Acc championship...and theres a automatic BCS Bid if miami wins that

 11 years ago '04        #2528
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October 29, 2007

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Stone Mountain (GA) Stephenson High School CB Ahmed Shakoor continues to be recruited by the Hurricanes.

And he's still waiting on a scholarship offer.

"Coach McGriff is calling me," he said. "A Miami coach is coming to my school. Miami said most likely the offer's going to come. I'm giving them any game tape we have. People have been offering me after they come to my games."

Among those offers: Boston College, North Carolina and Arkansas.

"They all came to my school and offered me," Shakoor said. "Things are coming around. Now I'm going to give love to the people giving love to me. I have to go back and put people in my bracket to set up my visits."

Shakoor lists himself as a very soft Marshall commitment. He says that commitment is because of one coach on the staff there secondary coach Paul Nicols.

"I wish he coached somewhere else," Shakoor said. "He's the best recruiting coach. If he coached at Miami (and Miami offered) I'd be committed to Miami right now."

Shakoor says he thinks his final decision will come down to his visits.

Will Miami get a visit?

"Miami, of course they'll get a visit," Shakoor said. "Coach McGriff, he can coach. Everybody around here tells me about Miami. They say, `Oh man, Miami is lovely.' I've never been there. The closest I've been is Miami International Airport when I went to Jamaica and I saw outside the window. That's the closest I've been. When we landed and I saw the palm trees and everything, that's the closest I've been."

Shakoor says he also plans to visit North Carolina, Boston College and Marshall as well as, possibly, Louisville.


Of where Miami fits into his recruiting picture, Shakoor said, "Right now you see all these offers coming in. If Miami offers they'll sit up high. And then it just depends on when they offer me. I'm not going to be like, `Okay, they better offer me.' I just sent them my transcript, will send them my tape soon. After the tape they'll have everything they want. If they don't offer me by then I guess I better move on. The quicker they offer me the better it is."

So far this season Shakoor has 32 tackles, one interception and 10 pass break-ups.

 11 years ago '04        #2529
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Miami Booker T Washington High School WR and Cane commitment Davon Johnson says the Florida Gators are "coming on hard."

"They send me a lot of letters comparing me to Percy Harvin, explaining it could be me next year like him," Johnson said.

Johnson also says "South Carolina is coming into the picture."

"Their coach stopped by the school this past week," Johnson said. "They offered me a scholarship back in May."

Johnson also says he'll take a visit to USF in December or January.

The level of his Miami commitment?

"90 percent," he says.

Johnson says he sees an immediate need for a player of his caliber to come in and make an impact for the Canes.

"At receiver Miami has little depth, not a lot of playmakers," he said. "So you don't throw the ball a lot because there's not a lot of playmakers around. I'll set my goals high and try to contribute to the team as a freshman."


Johnson says he's enjoying all the attention he's getting in the recruiting process.

"It's going well," he said. "I'm blessed to be recruited like this. I'm really enjoying it."

 11 years ago '07        #2530
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good stuff cap

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October 29, 2007

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When Hurricane coaches offered Jacksonville (FL) Forrest High School OL Byran Jones four days ago, he had only five other offers: Western Kentucky, FIU, UCF, Minnesota and East Carolina.

"I was surprised Miami offered," Jones said.

And happy.

Jones now says UM is his clear frontrunner.

"They're way ahead," Jones said. "I expect to be a Hurricane.

"I like their academics, the football program the tradition there I want to be a part of."

Jones says No. 2 on his list behind Miami is Florida the Gators are recruiting him but have yet to offer. No. 3 on his list is Central Florida.

It's not hard to see why Jones plans to be heading to Coral Gables. In his bedroom is a picture of the Michael Irvin-era Hurricane team.

"I'm a Hurricane fan," Jones said. "Growing up my uncles were all rooting for Florida and Florida State. I wanted to be different. I saw the Hurricanes on TV, liked how explosive they are."

Jones says he will be a guard or center in college. He's playing guard this season and says he's "learning to play center."

He says he compares himself to NFL lineman Jeff Saturday.

"He's smart, works hard," Jones said. "I'm trying to be like him."

The 6-foot-3 Jones certainly works hard. He dropped 30 pounds from his junior season, now weighing in at a toned 300 pounds.

"I changed the way I was eating, no fried foods, no soda, no French fries," Jones said.

Jones says he will take his official visit to UM in January. He's being recruited by Clint Hurtt.

"He's cool, a great guy," Jones said.

Jones's high school coach, Dennis Clemons, says of the lineman that "He's a very good run blocker. He's a very gifted kid, is extremely strong, benches close to 450."

Jones plays both ways in high school, and one of his offers from Minnesota is as a defensive lineman.

Jones transferred to Forrest High in ninth grade from Jacksonville Episcopal High School.

"At first all we saw was the size," Clemons said. "We're not used to having linemen that size at our school. You could see he's a kid that could be molded. He's come miles from where he was a sophomore, wasn't that good a linemen. You saw the improvement that came in his junior year. Right now he's no doubt the best offensive line since I've been here."

Clemons has been coaching at Forrest High for eight years.

 11 years ago '05        #2532
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ne one know where i can buy a TH"U"GS tshirt....i saw ppl in tally wearing it and im wondering where i can cop

 11 years ago '04        #2533
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I don't know if you guys have heard this but it looks like Doug Wiggins was dismissed from the team after he got in a f!ght with another teammate and was just plain frustrated and walked off the field and what not. I don't think he's on the roster anymore by the way.

I heard this on the CaneSport.com message boards by the way.

 10-31-2007, 10:43 AM         #2534
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wtf not Wiggins... Thats my n*gga for real. Hes gonna be a lock down corner

 11 years ago '04        #2535
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Supposedly Wiggins was lazy as fu*k in practice and was outta shape and wasn't really following Shannon's sh*t. And got pissed becuz he wasn't being given any playing time at all.

 11 years ago '04        #2536
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 10-31-2007, 02:49 PM         #2537
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Its fu*ked up he wasn't given any playing time. Kid came in as one of the top corners in the country. I understand what Shannon wants to do but I think he needs to understand its a different college scene then when he was playing. Kids don't come in as top prospect and not get playing time its not like it use to be. Esp with DVD starting I wonder how he broached the subject with Wiggins

 11 years ago '07        #2538
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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maybe wiggins was being lazy?

 11 years ago '04        #2539
madness 21 heat pts21
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yeah, he isnt kicked off the squad.
he's been goin thru some personal problems A.K.A. he's frustrated with lack of PT.
i feel him tho, both he and damien berry should be gettin some burn now, all the juniors and seniors in front of them aint nuthin special.

 11 years ago '04        #2540
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apparently we're interested in Lawrence Taylor's son, a DL/LB from Miami Krop

 11 years ago '04        #2541
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October 31, 2007

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Freshman cornerback Doug Wiggins has been a no-show for practices the past week because coach Randy Shannon says "Doug has some personal things he's taking care of. When he finishes them we'll discuss his problems."

Shannon said Wiggins remains on the team and is attending class at UM.

Wiggins is also dealing with a hamstring injury.

"It wasn't anything really bad he's done, he's just taking care of some things personal-wise now," Shannon said.

Wiggins graduated high school early, arriving at UM in time for spring practice. But he never worked his way into the rotation, struggling to pick up the nuances at nickel and dime.

The 5-foot-11, 188-pounder was rated the nation's No. 4 cornerback prospect by Rivals.com. His senior year he played quarterback and passed for 1,324 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also played cornerback, but teams rarely threw his way. As a junior he threw 13 touchdowns as a quarterback and had seven interceptions while playing safety.

 11 years ago '04        #2542
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Facing Florida State wasn't just any other game for OL Orlando Franklin.

It was personal.

Franklin was heavily recruited by the Seminoles two years ago out of high school, and one of his best friends Preston Parker, a former high school teammate plays for FSU.

Franklin and Parker speak regularly.

"I tell him he should have come to Miami all the time," Franklin said. "I grew up with Preston. He was telling me he was going to Miami all the way up to Signing Day, that morning. That was pretty personal, when he switched out."

The two got together on the field after the game. Franklin said Parker was upset about the loss.

What did they talk about?

"He was saying they should have won, that I know they should have won," Franklin said. "That's what he told me - `Oh, you know we should have won.' I said, `Hey, we'll see next year.'"

Franklin said coaches graded him out at 100-79-100 for the Florida State game.

"100 in effort, 79 in technique and 100 in a.ssignment," Franklin said.

* Franklin estimates he's playing 35 snaps a game, which is about the same amount as starting left guard Andrew Bain.

Franklin says he's working most on his technique.

What does he expect for himself down the road?

"Next year I see myself being the starting left guard, and the year after that I see myself going back to tackle," Franklin said.

Franklin, who played tackle in high school, said the adjustment to guard hasn't been difficult.

"It wasn't that hard of a transition," he said.

 11 years ago '04        #2543
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November 1, 2007

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Randy Phillips is a man in motion.

He began the season at cornerback, then was moved to safety after he struggled against Oklahoma. He got extensive action at dime at Florida State and came through with two interceptions.

Now he says he'll be playing nickel this weekend.

"Where (coaches) put me, that's where I go," he said. "Someone gets hurt, I fill in."

Phillips said he was moved to nickel on Monday. He says he has no problem playing anywhere on the field.

"If I'm on the field it's good," he said. "God blessed me with talent. My coach sees I can play multiple positions. We want to win. Whatever we've got, we're going to use it."

Phillips says he feels most comfortable at safety. That's the position he played in Pop Warner and high school.

"In high school I was going to be the next great safety, then I moved to cornerback when I got here," Phillips said. "That kind of slowed me down as far as my playmaking ability because if nobody throws over there I can't really do anything. At cornerback I'm real physical because I like to stop the run, stuff like that. At corner you need guys with more patience, that cover and let safeties do the dirty work. I'm a guy that likes to make plays, read an offense."

Asked about the upcoming game against NC State, Phillips said, "We thank them for beating Virginia. Now we just have to go out, play hard and execute."

Of the NC State offense, Phillips said, "They have two great running backs that run hard, are hard to tackle. They're going to be one of the best backfields we face all year. And their receivers are good."

This is the homecoming game for the Canes.

"You never want to lose at homecoming," Phillips said. "You want to go out and perform at a high level. Homecoming is always special."

* The team now controls its own destiny in the ACC.

Phillips' take on that?

"We have to take it one game at a time, one play at a time," Phillips said. "Early in the year we probably tried to look forward, look down the schedule with so many great teams coming up. Now they're here and every game counts. We lose one and our dreams can be shattered. We have to play one at a time. We just can't slip up."

* With only two games left at the Orange Bowl, Phillips said, "I have no control, no feelings" about it.

He adds, "I can't control it, so I can't worry about it. When the other team says `Hut' and hikes the ball it doesn't matter where we're at. We can be in a hallway."

 11 years ago '04        #2544
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November 1, 2007

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DERRICK MORSE Q&A

Q: You got some help with Virginia and Virginia Tech losing last week.

Morse: It's everything we were hoping for. We put ourselves in that position, but we got a little help and now we're in the driver's seat. We didn't plan to have a couple of those losses, were out of the ACC Championship run. Now we're right back in it and control our own destiny. Everyone sees we can still salvage this season and end up in the ACC Championship and a BCS Bowl game. Everybody's excited about it. You can tell everyone's spirits are up. We're definitely on the right track.

Q: NC State likes to blitz. Does that put an emphasis on the offensive line's play?

Morse: They definitely blitz a lot and pack the box, pretty much say, `You can't run the ball.' But so far our mentality each week going into each game is `We're going to run the ball no matter what.' And we proved that against Duke when they stacked the box. We came out and ran the ball great the second half at Florida State, so that gives us a lot of confidence, too. So we expect to do the same against NC State.

Q: NC State seems to blitz every third down. Is that what you've seen?

Morse: Yeah. We've gotten our blitz percentages from our coach. A lot of teams come on third down. We expect the blitz from them. But we have a great scheme and haven't had a problem picking up the blitz yet this year. So hopefully we'll hurt them by picking it up.

Q: What's the mindset with four games left?

Morse: it's like a playoff now, coach was saying. We win out now and we're going to the ACC Championship. And if we lose it's our fault and we put ourselves in that position. We got pretty lucky with what happened this weekend. We're right back in it and we're excited.

Q: Did you watch the Virginia and Virginia Tech games last week?

Morse: I was at home watching with my family. I was a Boston College fan Thursday night and was an NC State fan Saturday. But now I'm back to being a Miami fan. We'll be playing all three of them pretty soon.

Q: NC State has a 3-5 record.

Morse: Just watching them, their record doesn't really show how good they are. Just like Georgia Tech, they have a lot of talented players, play hard. They're NC State, have great athletes. That's how they win games. We'll be in for a good game Saturday.

Q: Did the bye come at a good time?

Morse: We definitely needed that break. We had three weeks of camp, eight weeks of games. Your body needs some type of rest. Coach Shannon did a good job of getting us that rest without giving us too much or too little. I know everyone's feeling fresh. I know everybody's ready and anxious to play, that's for sure.

Q: Talk about Teraz McCray.

Morse: Teraz is a load. He's strong and he's short, but he uses that to his advantage. He comes off the ball extremely fast, which helps us prepare for teams, what we're going to see. Not many guys can play like him. What makes him so tough to block is his explosiveness, quickness and strength. You can't be passive on him. You try to bullrush him and he'll do a swim over you. Those type of players make you a lot better. He's doing a great job. He's one of the toughest guys on the D-line to block. I'm glad he's having a great year.

Q: How big was that final pass of the FSU game for Kirby Freeman's confidence?

Morse: He won us the game. We expect him to play Saturday and expect him to play well.

Q: Talk about Kirby as a player.

Morse: Kirby as a player, you never know where he's going to be. If he's getting pressure he'll run to one side, and if there's nothing he'll run to the other side just trying to make a play. So you never stop blocking because you never know if the ball's thrown or if he's still got it. It's exciting, and that's how he makes plays.

Q: Kyle Wright's run the ball well this year. It seems like every game he gets a big first down with his legs.

Morse: Right. He's definitely been running the ball real well. I think he learned that from Kirby. He's been doing a great job. He realizes how important third downs are, and if he can get them he puts his helmet down and gets them. That's big for our offense, and we can't wait to get him back.

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Shannon's 'first guys' raise hopes for UM
UM coach Randy Shannon's first recruits are showing why they will be the key for the football program's turnaround.

One of the first things coach Randy Shannon told reporters this season was to expect to see many of the 19 players in his first recruiting class on the field. And so far, more than half have played in some capacity -- including five who have played prominent roles.

Running backs Graig Cooper and Shawnbrey McNeal have a made splash in the backfield. Cooper leads the team in rushing and McNeal has come on of late. DeMarcus Van Dyke has made four starts at cornerback in eight games. Orlando Franklin plays half of the game at left guard and Kayne Farquharson, a JUCO transfer, has had his moments at receiver. All are expected to play a lot again Saturday, when the Hurricanes (5-3, 2-2) host North Carolina State (3-5, 1-3) at noon in the Orange Bowl.

But behind the scenes -- on special teams and on the scout team -- there are other young players whom coaches are getting really excited about. And aside from maybe two or three players who might not pan out, Hurricanes coaches believe Shannon's late push for recruits after he got the job in January should provide a solid foundation for the program's turnaround.

''There's no doubt we're excited about the progress of the freshmen,'' recruiting coordinator and defensive line coach Clint Hurtt said. ``You may not see what some of those guys are doing because they aren't in the game, but we love what many of them are doing in practice, on special teams and on scout team. We got high hopes.''

At the top of the list is quarterback Robert Marve, who has returned from the car accident he was involved in this summer with fellow freshman Jermaine McKenzie and impressed while working with the scout team.

McKenzie, meanwhile, is drawing rave reviews from coaches since returning to the scout team the same way he did during summer workouts.

''I'll reserve comments about receivers because I don't coach those guys,'' defensive backs coach Wesley McGriff said Wednesday. ``But I would hate to face Jermaine McKenzie on Saturdays. That's all I'll say.''

Of the four freshman defensive backs UM signed in February, McGriff said Damien Berry and Joseph Nicholas likely will be the first to compete for playing time in the spring. Berry, whom Shannon praised again Thursday for his special teams work, is a player McGriff said figures will see playing time at nickelback and safety next season.

''He's just so physically tough. He'll strike you,'' McGriff said. ``He watches a lot of film and is really getting that down. Once he does, his talent is limitless.''

Said Hurtt: ``He reminds me of [former Hurricane] Antrel Rolle.''

Although Franklin has been the most impressive freshman lineman, offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland said Thursday that guard Harland Gunn and center Tyler Horn should more than compete for starting jobs in the spring after the Hurricanes lose their three interior starters to graduation.

''Horn is very athletic,'' Stoutland said. ``He's gaining a lot of weight now and he's put on 10 pounds in the last two weeks.

Said Hurtt: ``Of all the guys my defensive linemen have to line up against the scout team during one-on-ones, Harland Gunn is by far the one they hate to go up against most. That boy is mean.''

Hurtt said of his young linemen, Adewale Ojomo has made the most strides since arriving in the fall. He also praised the play of linebacker Allen Bailey, who has moved up to No. 2 on the depth chart at middle linebacker.

''We take a lot of pride being Shannon's first guys,'' Ojomo said. ``I was telling Jermaine McKenzie in the shower the other day that I don't expect him to drop passes. I expect a lot from him because we're the future of the program.

``We talk all the time about being Shannon guys and making it happen. Those old guys had their chance and us young guys have to come around and help this program turnaround. Our time is soon.'

 11-02-2007, 12:51 AM         #2546
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I can't wait to see Allen Bailey play a lot.

 11 years ago '04        #2547
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dont sleep on damien berry, kids gonna be explosive in the secondary with doug wiggins and DVD

 11 years ago '04        #2548
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dont sleep on damien berry, kids gonna be explosive in the secondary with doug wiggins and DVD
i seriously doubt Doug Wiggins will ever play here

 11 years ago '07        #2549
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Damn, its official...Freeman is the worst qb in Miami history

 11 years ago '07        #2550
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I swear, Imma k!ll Kirby Freeman:banghead::finger:

Edit:Imma take out Darren Daly too


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