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 11-19-2007, 09:21 PM         #2701
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 ttime236 said
it will when the seniors leave and the imcoming freshman start playin ball
True that. Almost all of V Tech's defense is graduating this year so it will be interesting to see how we are next year and if Taylor can stay healthy. I see you're a fellow Skins fan, I'm so fu*king pissed Sean Taylor was out because they had GD Fletcher covering TO and made damn fools out of Springs. Jason Campbell is really coming along though, they should have let him loose earlier in the season.

 11 years ago '07        #2702
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 VirginiaHustler said
True that. Almost all of V Tech's defense is graduating this year so it will be interesting to see how we are next year and if Taylor can stay healthy. I see you're a fellow Skins fan, I'm so fu*king pissed Sean Taylor was out because they had GD Fletcher covering TO and made damn fools out of Springs. Jason Campbell is really coming along though, they should have let him loose earlier in the season.
Yea, Taylor's gonna be a good one for years. You speak the truth bout the skins man. JC should be able to just ball and Sean Taylor had better get a fu*kin extension soon.....Him and McIntosh are building blocks and are both from the U:D

 11 years ago '07        #2703
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 1000bluntz said
Not to further ingrain my Gator sh*t in y'alls Miami thread but I've been hearing that Travis Benjamin is really looking for a Gator offer and if he gets it, which is highly likely he will commit to the Gators. I guess Deonte been in his ear and I heard Benjamin was doing the Gator chomp all game his last game. He may be small but the kid is definitely a baller and will help any team he is on, hear he is a very hard worker and I hope he goes to UF but if not y'all will be getting a pretty good one.
no argument there, the kid is a legit ballplayer.:applause:

 11 years ago '04        #2704
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 Xaiv said
He's not great, in fact he calls the worse RZ plays I have ever seen, but he does an OK job with what he has. I'm just glad Larry Coker chose Sam Shields over Preston Parker SS is gonna be a good player, but PP is already hella good.
he didnt "choose" shields over parker.


we were supposed to get both, but Parker didnt want to put in the work to get past admissions

 11 years ago '04        #2705
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 P. Dedos said
man i miss the swagger we had :( :( :( :( :(




lol @ 3:50 seconds what erickson said

"forget about it, drop dead, where gonna win anyhow"

lol @ grilling them before the game started

lol @ us setting a record for personal fouls



* wipes tear from the eye *

stop watching sh*t like that...that era of miami football is dead.


its a new beginning. we cant keep living off the past

 11-20-2007, 12:37 PM         #2706
Hurricane Ra  OP
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If Shannon keeps up with these rules aint sh*t gonna change. Ever Butch let up after a while and let the players go. Shannon will learn or be unemployed.

 11 years ago '04        #2707
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 RakimAllahNY said
If Shannon keeps up with these rules aint sh*t gonna change. Ever Butch let up after a while and let the players go. Shannon will learn or be unemployed.

dude the rules aint a problem. because none of that sh*t has anything to do with the football field.


our problem is strictly football issues...that the questionable ability, skill wise, and character wise of about half our team.


dont be suprised if you hear about some guys getting ran off.

 11 years ago '07        #2708
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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The off-field rules are beneficial and keep the players out of trouble. I think that with winning, Shannon will open up and allow the players to start "celebrating" on the field. But, first he needs to get this program winning again before it can regain the swagger.

 11 years ago '05        #2709
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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 C.R.I.P. said
he didnt "choose" shields over parker.


we were supposed to get both, but Parker didnt want to put in the work to get past admissions

another reason why donna shalala can suck a d*ck


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 11 years ago '04        #2710
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Without a win at Boston College, Saturday would be the finale for a UM senior class that produced some positive stories ( Darnell Jenkins' productive year, Vegas Franklin's team-leading seven sacks), but several disappointments, too.

Chatter on some of the 23 seniors and their futures:

Kyle Wright, rated the No. 1 quarterback of the 2003 class, says he can't pinpoint why he couldn't build on his 18 touchdown, 10 interception sophomore season (he's at 10/13 this year), or deliver more games like September's 21-of-26, 275-yard gem vs. Texas A&M. (Blame receivers for at least a couple of his INTs this year.)

''You depend so much on what goes on around you,'' said Wright, who hasn't had elite receivers. ``Four offensive coordinators the past five years -- it was hard to get continuity and used to a system. Every offseason, not only me, but helping others learn a new system.

``If I would have listened to people who said how bad I [stink], I would start believing I [stink]. But I know that's not the case. I gave it my best shot.''

Wright -- who appreciates the help Ken Dorsey, Bernie Kosar and Gino Torretta offered -- says he's counting on a pro career. ''He'll probably be an undrafted free agent,'' NFL Network draftnik Mike Mayock said. ``He's out of sight on my board.''

Underachieving receiver Lance Leggett, rated No. 21 overall by rivals.com in '04, has dropped from 38 to 15 receptions, and coaches have been down on him. ''I'm disappointed because I haven't achieved what I wanted the last four years,'' Leggett said. ''It's not talent. I'm talented!'' Leggett could be another Ryan Moore, who never got an NFL tryout and has been auditioning for Arena teams.

Sixth-year cornerback Glenn Sharpe overcame two serious knee injuries, only to be slowed by hamstring problems this year. 'It's frustrating -- I've asked myself, `Why?' '' he admits of a hard-luck career which also included the questionable pass interference call in the January 2003 national championship Fiesta Bowl. `` Antrel Rolle said to keep my head up and pray.''

Mayock said Sharpe remains an NFL prospect because of ``good size and long arms.''

NFL people say Jenkins and Tavares Gooden boosted their stock: ''Both run well -- Gooden will be in the third round area,'' Mayock said. Draftnik Russ Lande said Jenkins projects as a mid-round pick. . . . Mayock sees Teraz McCray as a late-round pick, at best. . . . Among injured seniors who could be redshirted or get a medical redshirt ( Glenn Cook, Romeo Davis, Charlie Jones), a UM official noted Jones was introduced with the seniors at the last home game, but Cook and Davis weren't and might return. Coach Randy Shannon highly values Cook.

 11 years ago '07        #2711
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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Damn, I feel bad when the good seniors get wrongly criticized by everyone(even I did it), but imma miss someof these dudes when they graduate

 11 years ago '04        #2712
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Recruits sticking with UM
Even though it has played poorly this season, UM likely won't see many defections from its 2008 recruiting class.
Posted on Wed, Nov. 21, 2007
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By MANNY NAVARRO


Miami Northwestern quarterback Jacory Harris, leader of the nation's top-ranked high school football team, laughed last week when he was asked what would happen if his team would lose a game by the same 48-0 score the University of Miami did against Virginia on Nov. 10.

''. . . The school would go on code red lockdown,'' said Harris, one of 21 University of Miami commitments, and one of more than a dozen who was on the sideline for the Virginia game.

Barring an upset victory at 15th-ranked Boston College, UM's season will end Saturday at 5-7, its worst record since it finished 3-8 in 1977. Many outsiders believe it could lead to a similar ''code red'' situation for the Canes' recruiting efforts, which feature a class some have tabbed as the nation's best. But UM coaches and recruits are saying otherwise.

`NOT BUDGING'

Northwestern linebacker Sean Spence, a UM recruit, said he's ''not budging'' and ''believes in coach Randy Shannon,'' even if Tennessee and North Carolina have been pressuring him lately to change his mind. The same goes for Booker T. Washington receivers Davon Johnson and Thearon Collier, and Hollywood Chaminade linebacker Jordan Futch.

Talk aside, one thing is for sure: the Hurricanes badly need their next class to be talented because players, coaches, recruits and fans are banking on it.

''Once those guys get here,'' safety Randy Phillips said Tuesday, ``the attitude around here is going to change.''

But nothing is guaranteed -- especially in the unstable world of recruiting. After a 44-14 loss to Virginia Tech last week, Shannon said he and his staff needed to ``recruit their butts off.''

The Hurricanes did that after their last fall from grace. Following a 5-6 season in 1997, Miami responded by bringing in some of the most talented players in the program's history, including Dan Morgan, Ed Reed, Reggie Wayne and Santana Moss. A year later, Miami turned to Morgan, Reed and Wayne -- who led the team in tackles and receiving -- to an 8-3 season. The talent run eventually led to the program's fifth national title in 2001.

''To me, this is 1997 all over again,'' said defensive line coach and recruiting director Clint Hurtt, who was part of UM's 1997 recruiting class. ``We had 32 of the 44 players in the two-deep then who were freshmen, redshirt freshmen or sophomores, and all we continued to do was build off that talent and bring in great classes after that.''

But before anyone in South Florida starts talking about championships again, Shannon has said UM needs players in next year's class to contribute immediately. He said he wants players that ''can change the culture'' of Miami's football program.

''The guys we're evaluating we feel are bosses, hogs, guys who are competitive,'' Hurtt said. ``They are guys that come from winning programs and they understand what it takes to win.''

Futch said he, Harris and a number of other recruits visited UM a day after the Virginia loss (a usual occurence on Sundays by Dade, Broward and Palm Beach county recruits) and told coaches they didn't like what they saw from their future teammates.

''None of us like what we're seeing, but all of us think we can come in, make a difference,'' said Harris, who is taking online English and economics courses so he can graduate early and attend UM classes in the spring.

``You're not supposed to lose 48-zip and be OK with it. You expect to see more if you're a die-hard Cane.''

WAVERING RECRUITS?

Once the season ends, all that will matter for UM's program is who the die-hard Canes recruits are. Recruiting analysts say a few commitments are wavering, including Pompano Beach Ely's Patrick Johnson, the best player in Broward and one of the best cornerbacks in the country, and Dunnellon linebacker Lerentee McCray.

''I think Patrick Johnson will end up picking LSU or Florida. But I think the six kids from Northwestern will probably stick together,'' said Charles Fishbein, the director of high school scouting for MSLCombines.net. ``And that's important. UM needs their talent, but they also need their mentality, the kind that raises the level of intensity in practice and carries the program.''

 11-21-2007, 04:15 PM         #2713
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Did you guys hear Donald Trump saying we hired the wrong guy? He sent a letter to Donna Shalala

 11 years ago '04        #2714
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yeah, trump recommended mike leach.
he's an offensive guru, but who knows if his style would've worked at miami....then again anything would look better than a pat nix offense.

 11-21-2007, 05:06 PM         #2715
Hurricane Ra  OP
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If Trump would have given us some of his money I'd be happy . I wanted Leach anyway. I thought he would be a great fit because it would remind me of the Erickson days with the high powered passing attack

 11 years ago '04        #2716
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yeah leach has worked wonders at tech....considering he gets all the leftover talent that texas and oklahoma dont want
but he wouldnt come close to matching shannon's recruiting prowess, at least not in south florida

 11 years ago '07        #2717
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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Dont tell me y'all are already bailing on coach shannon. The man will get it turned around

 11 years ago '07        #2718
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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 P. Dedos said
fire randy shannon right now and hire these muthafu*kin coaches right here, now this is how u coach!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BHAHAHAAHAHAAH





where the fuk is the full video of this i will cop LMAO


damn its foul that easterling got dem fired
Damnnnnnnn, those coaches werent f*ckin around

 11 years ago '04        #2719
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UM's Shannon will keep coaching staff intact
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UM STAFF WILL STAY INTACT

University of Miami coach Randy Shannon said Tuesday that his staff will remain intact after this season.

''You've got to get stability,'' Shannon said. ``Remember when the Pittsburgh Steelers were doing good? stability. That's the key. You've got to be stabilized. You can always go in and every other year fire somebody, get a new guy in, fire somebody, get a new guy in, [and] you'll go up for a little bit and then you're going to go back down. You've got to build that foundation for what you're trying to do.

``I'm not saying some guys on the staff [won't] leave and take other jobs. . . . But if they're here, they're here.''

• Saturday's forecast for the noon Boston College game: 39-degree high and 33 low, with 10 percent chance of precipitation.

• Tailback Graig Cooper, who missed the Virginia Tech game with a sprained knee, practiced Tuesday. . . . Defensive end Courtney Harris (undisclosed) is still out.


-- SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

 11 years ago '05        #2720
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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nebody know who won between northwestern and columbus?



*edit* oh my god did i just son myself....wow ive been going out since weds that i thought today was saturday fu*k...the game hasnt even played


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 11 years ago '04        #2721
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Northwestern and Columbus set to clash
The University of Miami's farewell performance in the Orange Bowl a couple of weeks ago ended painfully for local fans.

On Friday night, the nation's top-ranked high school football team will try to get Miami's football relic buzzing again.

''Hopefully, we'll be the ones to help the Orange Bowl go out with a bang,'' said Miami Northwestern senior quarterback Jacory Harris, who orally committed to UM.

Northwestern squares off against one of the best teams in the state in Columbus at 7:30 p.m. in the Orange Bowl in a highly anticipated Region 4-6A semifinal.

The Bulls (11-0), who have won a state-best 26 consecutive games, and Columbus (11-0) are among the four remaining unbeaten Miami-Dade County teams in this year's playoffs, which is believed to be a record.

But with six players already committed to the University of Miami and at least a half-dozen more expected to sign with major college programs, Northwestern has been touted as one of the best Miami-Dade County teams ever.

The Explorers (11-0), ranked No. 5 by The Miami Herald's South Florida Top 20 rankings, completed their second unbeaten regular season in the past three years. They also are the last Dade team to beat Northwestern, which hasn't lost since the 2005 Class 6A state semifinal against Deerfield Beach. And they are hungry to move past the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 1982.

''Columbus feels they can pull an upset like so many college teams seem to be doing this year,'' Harris said. ``They've got to realize this is a team with much more talent and unity than the time they beat us.''

Columbus features two 1,000-yard running backs: senior Jaren Jones and sophomore Jakhari Gore, who is a cousin of former Coral Gables and UM tailback Frank Gore.

It also has a huge offensive line that is led by 6-6, 280-pound right tackle Mike Goodman, who has committed to Boston College.

''This will be without a doubt one of the toughest games we've played, and the guys know they have to be ready for what's coming,'' Northwestern defensive coordinator Rodney Harris said.

``They've made up their minds to not let this be another John Mosure incident.''

Mosure, a former Explorers running back who is at Colorado State, ran over Northwestern's defense for more than 200 yards in a 28-21 victory two years ago.

To duplicate that success will be tougher this time.

BULLISH DEFENSE

Northwestern's defense is among the nation's best, led by University of Miami commitments Marcus Forston (6-2, 290) and Sean Spence. Forston, the top-rated defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com, has 12 sacks this season. He and sophomore Todd Chandler and senior Jamal Collins, each of whom has seven sacks, anchor the line.

Spence, rated the 15th-best linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com, has more than 100 tackles, after a junior season in which he had 197. Seniors Quavon Taylor and Levonte David also are Division I prospects.

The defense's young secondary has made strides, despite a season-ending injury to its top performer, Keith Richburg, three weeks ago.

Sophomore Khalid Marshall, junior Tevin McCaskill and senior Steve Gallon have a combined seven interceptions.

Although the Bulls have four shutouts this season, three less than a year ago, they are still allowing just 9.2 points a game, and one-third of those points came during the fourth quarter of blowout victories.

STEPPING UP

''Those guys are going to have to play the biggest role if we're to slow down Gore and their offensive weapons,'' Harris said. ``They're about to run into one of the best defensive lines they'll ever see.''

The Bulls' offense is averaging 43 points and 407.4 total yards a game.

Harris has 36 touchdown passes, which is one short of the county record he set last season, and has passed for 2,399 yards with three interceptions. Harris' five primary targets, Aldarius Johnson, Kendal Thompkins, Tommy Streeter, Brandon Drayton and Robert Demps, have combined for 2,226 yards receiving.

''They're a better team than last time,'' Jones said. ``Their passing game with Harris is unbelievable. Their defense with Forston can bring it.

``It's going to be a tough challenge for us.''

 11-23-2007, 10:02 PM         #2722
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Northwestern won it hands down.. The Game was ugly in the second half with the rain..

I think the score was 40-14

 11 years ago '04        #2723
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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REGION 4-6A SEMIFINAL | NORTHWESTERN 40, COLUMBUS 14
Record performance as Northwestern tops Columbus
Jacory Harris set a Dade single-season touchdown record with 41 as the Bulls handed the Explorers their only loss of the season.
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Northwestern's Aldarius Johnson, who caught 10 passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns, tries to elude Columbus defenders during the fourth quarter Friday night.
JOSHUA PREZANT/FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
Northwestern's Aldarius Johnson, who caught 10 passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns, tries to elude Columbus defenders during the fourth quarter Friday night.

* Just another day at the office for NW

Columbus fans let Northwestern's players know before the game how they felt about them with boisterous chants of `overrated.'

But the No. 1 ranked high school football team responded by flexing its muscle again with a 40-14 victory against the previously unbeaten Explorers in front of 17,000 fans at the Orange Bowl on Friday.

Northwestern (12-0) won its state-best 27th consecutive game and advances to the Region 4-6A final next Friday against South Dade at 7:30 p.m. in a game that will likely be played either again at the Orange Bowl or at Traz Powell Stadium.

Columbus (11-1), ranked No. 8 in the state in Class 6A, was trying to advance to the third round for the first time in 25 years.

''It felt like a state title game out here tonight, especially when their fans were saying that stuff,'' senior wide receiver Aldarius Johnson said. ``We didn't pay any attention to it. We just worried about what we had to get done.''

Senior Jacory Harris, one of six Bulls who have orally committed to the University of Miami, broke the Miami-Dade County single-season touchdown pass record he set last year and became the first quarterback in county history to throw 40 touchdown passes in a season.

Harris completed 22 of 32 passes for 274 yards, five touchdowns and one interception to bring his season total to 41. Johnson caught 10 of those passes for a game-high 119 yards and two touchdowns.

''I didn't even know that no one had ever thrown 40 until they told me on the sideline,'' Harris said. ``It feels great, but I'm still focused on finishing this season with another championship.''

On the same night Harris broke his previous mark of 37 touchdown passes, Tampa Plant junior quarterback Aaron Murray broke the state's single-season mark by reaching 51 touchdown passes for this season. The previous record was held by former Plant and current UM freshman Robert Marve.

Harris made history with help from his offensive line, which gave up a pair of sacks, but gave Harris time through most of the game despite a constant pass rush.

Northwestern's wide receivers hung to several tough catches in double coverage in spite of constant rain that lasted most of the second half.

Senior Kendal Thompkins caught two touchdowns, and Tommy Streeter hauled in the other.

''We just have that great chemistry on the field,'' Harris said. ``Those guys did a great job.''

And despite yielding an early touchdown on the Explorers' first drive, Northwestern's defense contained Columbus' potent backfield of 1,000-yard rushers Jaren Jones and Jakhari Gore. Senior Sean Spence intercepted two passes and cornerback Steve Gallon picked off another to disrupt Columbus' offense.

Columbus ran for a combined 155 yards, but Gore and Jones were held to 44 yards each.

''We faced a similar situation back in the championship year of 1998 when Bradenton Southeast had a pair of 1,000 yard backs,'' Northwestern coach Billy Rolle said. ``Our plan was to get about three stops early and score off of that.''

Jones scored a touchdown from two yards out that was set up by a 15 and 17-yard runs by Gore. This followed Harris' 16-yard touchdown strike to Johnson on Northwestern's first offensive play -- a score set up by Spence's first interception.

Northwestern took the lead back by converting a 4th-and-2 at the Columbus 3-yard line. Thompkins stretched out and caught a quick pass from Harris a foot ahead of the goal line.


So yup, the U is about to be pretty good for years to come with these kids coming in

 11 years ago '05        #2724
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there's always next year..no bowling

 11 years ago '07        #2725
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thank god this season is over......lets just take a break and wait for spring ball with the new young guns

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