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 10 years ago '04        #2981
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 KiNgJaMeS305 said:
have the NW boys enrolled already?

spence, fortson, and harris were suppose to enroll already
they should all be in class by next week, i think. spence still has to finish taking all his visits, but he's set.

harris got clearance to start running in a couple weeks, he'll be good to go by spring practice
 01-08-2008, 05:18 PM         #2982
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you n*ggas are actually ahead of us

#5 and #6



Shannon is doin da bizz. now please murder UF with this....
 10 years ago '04        #2983
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Well i guess i exterminated that plague from the Canes forums... i was sick to see this guy posting on our sh*t. I coulda roasted that n*gga some more but i guess that did the work just fine

Anyways back to real sh*t, Spence is gonna go to orientation at the U and supposedly he gonna take an official visit to Florida the day after just to go party and fu*k some gainesville redneck hos. Nothing to worry about tho', I don't think Meyer's sneakiness is gonna touch none of these boys from the West.

On other news but same topic, it seems that we're pretty much cutting off Streeter off the board. Although i cannot confirm this, looks like coaches have moved on and we've filled up the necessary number of WRs... However we're going strong on Laron Byrd from Louisiana. He's a 3 star receiver but he's a monster tho'... 6'5 220 lbs.

Haven't head no new words on TJ Bryant. Some people claim that we're frontrunners, others are saying that he's a USC lock.

Brandon Harris is about to visit LSU this weekend i think. He's very interested in them and he ain't shying from competing against Drama Queen AKA Patrick Johnson. However, most people are considering him a Miami lock. But Ohio State is tryna sway him out of SoFla
 10 years ago '04        #2984
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With signing day in four weeks, UM is making a late push to close out an excellent recruiting class that's deep and talented in receivers, linebackers, defensive linemen and quarterbacks. The Canes -- who have 27 oral commit-
ments and can add about six more -- seek help at tight end and cornerback and depth elsewhere.

Some of the chatter:

• With Patrick Johnson de-committing and heading to LSU, it's vital UM land at least one of two cornerbacks -- Booker T. Washington's Brandon Harris or Tallahassee-based T.J. Bryant. UM remains optimistic about snagging Harris, but Harris said by phone Monday night that there's no front-runner among UM, LSU, UF, Ohio State and Central Florida. But, he added, ``Miami still has a great chance. The [5-7] record last season won't have any effect on me.''

Harris will visit UM on Jan. 25 and announce Feb. 6. ''Brandon is a must-get -- as imperative as anybody in this class,'' locally based recruiting guru Larry Blustein said. ``Miami probably doesn't have a legitimate shot at Bryant because Florida State really wants him.''

UM also is pursuing Delray Beach American Heritage quarterback Justin Feagin to play cornerback, but Blustein believes he's leaning toward West Virginia. He said UM could turn to Miami Archbishop Carroll's George Baker and Cocoa-based David Rowe.

• Hialeah defensive end Corey Liuget (11 sacks in '07) said by phone he remains an Illinois oral commit, but ''I'm considering Miami a lot more. It's a tossup with Miami and Illinois.'' Blustein said landing Liuget would give UM three likely eventual defensive line starters in this class, joining Northwestern's Marcus Forston and Pahokee's Micanor Regis.

UM is trying to lure two defensive ends who are FSU oral commits -- with Blustein giving the Canes a better chance to snag Georgia-based Keith Wells than junior-college player Markus White. Blustein said Miami has a chance to land elite Detroit-based defensive end Nick Perry, but calls Michigan the front-runner.

• Seeking tight end help, UM has expressed interest in North Carolina-based Dwayne Allen (a Georgia oral commit) and Tennessee-based Elijah Epperson, but either will be tough to land, Blustein said, adding UM isn't recruiting Fort Lauderdale Dillard's Bo Reliford.

UM oral commit John Calhoun, a linebacker, could be a blocking tight end. UM is recruiting Northwestern's Tommy Streeter as a receiver, but some Canes people think he could become an impact tight end if he adds weight. Recruiting analyst Charles Fishbein said South Carolina is the favorite to land Streeter. Though 6-7 Taylor Cook will come to UM as a quarterback, some analysts believe he could become a very good tight end.

• UM is pushing to land Jacksonville Trinity Christian running back Jamie Harper and safety Daniel Andrews -- Harper is the better prospect but they want to attend the same school. ''Harper's a big, bruising back, but Miami got in way late,'' Blustein said. ``Clemson is the favorite.''

• Though UM was disappointed to lose out on Columbus' Mike Goodman (Boston College) and Matt Patchan (Florida), the Hurricanes are optimistic they'll grab Northwestern offensive tackle Ben Jones. UM has only one offensive line oral commit (Northwestern's Brandon Washington).

• UM, which has five receivers as oral commits but could add more, wants Pahokee receiver Martavious Odoms to enter on a track scholarship, but Blustein isn't sure he will do that. . . . Safety C.J. Holton and Homestead linebacker Marcus Robinson are among the high-caliber UM oral commits who haven't yet qualified academically, Fishbein said. Nor has safety C.J. Odom, Blustein said.
 10 years ago '04        #2985
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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fu*kin Miami and those high academic bullsh*ts.... neither LSU nor OSU have that fu*king problem :finger:
 10 years ago '04        #2986
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 Cap Peeler said:
fu*kin Miami and those high academic bullsh*ts.... neither LSU nor OSU have that fu*king problem :finger:
dude think about this.

RJF, didnt play not 1 game this whole year until last Monday..due to academic reasons...the same sh*t that kept him from getting recruited by UM.

Ali Highsmith, his test scores jumped to much and they werent sure if he re-took the test by himself, so they flagged him. (think Bobby Washington)




also note...Devin Hester, sat out a year to get into UM, Darnell Jenkins the same, Richard Gordon...etc.
Frank Gore has a f*kn learning disability and still did what he had to do to get into UM.



its not the standards...a 2.5 and a 820 SAT is not hard sh*t.
 01-09-2008, 10:32 AM         #2987
Mr. 2-85  OP
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Da U alumni >>> college football
 10 years ago '05        #2988
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 C.R.I.P. said:
dude think about this.

RJF, didnt play not 1 game this whole year until last Monday..due to academic reasons...the same sh*t that kept him from getting recruited by UM.

Ali Highsmith, his test scores jumped to much and they werent sure if he re-took the test by himself, so they flagged him. (think Bobby Washington)




also note...Devin Hester, sat out a year to get into UM, Darnell Jenkins the same, Richard Gordon...etc.
Frank Gore has a f*kn learning disability and still did what he had to do to get into UM.



its not the standards...a 2.5 and a 820 SAT is not hard sh*t.


frank gore got in before donna shalala and her bullsh*t academic high standards....

and a 2.5 is too high standards for kids in dade...i mean they go to high schools where the accumulative gpa for the whole school are F's or in some cases Double F's...


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 10 years ago '04        #2989
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Northwestern's Harris Mr. Florida; Rolle coach of year

Jacory Harris can now go by the name, ``Mr. Florida Football.''

Harris was named the 2007 Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Football award winner Thursday following a record-setting senior season in which he led Northwestern to a mythical national championship.

Harris' coach, Billy Rolle, was also named the Florida Dairy Farmers Florida Coach of the Year. They are the first player and coach recipients from Miami-Dade County to win the award, which began in 1992.

Harris, 6-4, 170-pounds, is enrolling early at the University of Miami and is scheduled to begin classes Monday. Harris, who strained his ACL and MCL in the fourth quarter of Northwestern's state championship game victory against Orlando Boone on Dec. 15, is expected to be ready for the start of spring football practices in March. He and teammates, Marcus Forston, Sean Spence and Aldarius Johnson are enrolling early at UM.

Harris and Rolle will be presented with the award during a ceremony Friday morning at Northwestern.

During his two seasons as the starting quarterback at Northwestern, Harris led the Bulls to a Dade record 30 consecutive victories and back-to-back state championships.

He also set county single-season passing records for completions, yards and touchdown passes this season. Harris completed 222 of 333 passes for 3,445 yards and 49 touchdowns passes -- a mark that ranks second all-time in state history for a single-season behind Tampa Plant junior quarterback Aaron Murray.

Harris' career numbers of 416 of 618 completions, 6,365 yards and 92 touchdowns are also county records.

Harris is the third consecutive quarterback to win the award, following UM freshman Robert Marve (2006) and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow of Florida (2005). The all-time list of winners also includes Oakland Raiders and former Miami Dolphins quarterback Daunte Culpepper, Arizona Cardinals and former Florida State wide receiver Anquan Boldin, New York Jets and former FSU running back Leon Washington and Denver Broncos running back Travis Henry.

Rolle becomes only the second coach from South Florida to win the award (Coral Springs' Wally Dunne in 1992). Rolle became the third Dade coach to win three or more state championships this season, joining former Coral Gables coach Nick Kotys and former Carol City coach Walt Frazier.

Rolle is the only coach in Dade history to win state titles at two different schools.
 10 years ago '04        #2990
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 P. Dedos said:
i also heard that bryce brown is gonna play is senior year in cypress bay( they went to the semi's 6A) out here in weston florida top Running Back next year

the U

:rasta: :rasta: :rasta:
 10 years ago '05        #2991
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The Jock Rap.com has learned from a reliable Michigan booster that Louisiana State head football coach Les Miles will be facing serious NCAA recruiting violations in the coming year. According to the source, these violations were made in the last two recruiting seasons, and the NCAA is considering an in-depth investigation into Miles’ and LSU’s recruiting practices. The allegations stem from violations allegedly made on the national college signing day over the past several years.

The source told us that the University of Michigan’s Athletic Department was made aware of the possible violations committed by Miles and that caused the Wolverines to back off their pursuit of him. If these allegations are true it would certainly validate the rumors circulating - that for years Les Miles’ recruiting practices and principles have been dirty. It would also raise questions of the Tigers’ national championship win on Monday night. We will let you know more as the story unfolds.

As for the NCAA’s pursuit of the violations, we are confident something will be made public in the coming months, but not holding our breaths. USC has been skirting punishment for alleged recruiting violations with a number of high profile players - including Reggie Bush and Joe McKnight - for a number of years.
I believe it... USC is more believable tho...
 10 years ago '05        #2992
Y2Luda 5 heat pts
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 Cap Peeler said:
fu*kin Miami and those high academic bullsh*ts.... neither LSU nor OSU have that fu*king problem :finger:
The Big 10 is littered with kids that couldn't get into Ohio State because of academics....
 10 years ago '07        #2993
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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Wheres Ra been? aint seen him in here in awhile
 10 years ago '04        #2994
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Marve is heir apparent for starting job

MIAMI - When asked the key to success for a quarterback, former Plant High star Robert Marve practically roared his response.

"The key for a quarterback is to win the game," said Marve, sounding a lot like Kansas City coach Herman Edwards. "It doesn't matter if you have to throw the ball 50 times or hand the ball off 50 times, a great quarterback simply refuses to lose."

Marve did just that as a senior, leading Plant to the Class 4A state title while earning Florida Mr. Football and Parade All-American honors. He broke Tim Tebow's state records for touchdowns (48) and passing yards (4,380).

Now, with Kyle Wright out of eligibility and Kirby Freeman having transferred, Marve is the heir apparent to the University of Miami's quarterback job.

In past years, quarterbacks such as Vinny Testaverde, Bernie Kosar, Ken Dorsey and others have used the Hurricanes program to rocket their way to the NFL.

"All those guys were crazy film-watchers and crazy workaholics," said Marve, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound freshman.

Plant coach Robert Weiner said Marve fits right in with that description.

"He is probably the hardest-working person I've ever met in any business, not just football," said Weiner, 43. "When he was on holiday break from UM, he came up and worked out with me for two hours on Christmas Day. We also worked out on New Year's Day.

"There are no holidays with Robert. When I was his high school coach, I knew I had to be ready at any time of the day or night if he wanted to lift weights, throw or go over game film."

All that work has produced a player who is supremely aware of his surroundings.

"Robert is an incredibly accurate passer, can throw it 70 to 75 yards and can run a 4.5 40," Weiner said. "But I think his greatest strength is his knowledge of everything that is happening on the field at every moment. Football is a kinetic game. But because of his awareness, he is able to slide in the pocket or scramble and still make plays."

Weiner said Marve actually benefited from the July 2007 car crash that caused him to miss the season as a medical redshirt. Marve hurt his left (non-throwing) hand in the accident.

"Had he played this past season, I don't know if he would have been completely ready for college football," Weiner said. "Don't get me wrong - he would have competed. But I think that the redshirt ended up being the best thing for him."

Marve rooms with wide receiver Jermaine McKenzie, who was in the same crash and also redshirted.

"We talk about it every day, waiting to get our opportunity to play," Marve said. "But it is what it is. I'm a religious guy, and I believe in God's plan."

The Hurricanes' plan is to have Marve compete for the starting job with three freshmen who have committed to UM: Jacory Harris, Cannon Smith and Taylor Cook. Harris, the most high-profile challenger, and Smith are expected to participate in spring drills. Cook is expected to join the battle in the fall.

Recruiting expert Larry Blustein said Marve has the advantage over Harris, who led Miami Northwestern to a 30-0 record and two state titles the past two years.

"Harris and Marve are about equal in talent," Blustein said. "But Marve is one year ahead in the system. Marve is also probably a bit better throwing on the run.

"But the key will be how each will react to adversity. They both played on excellent high school teams and rarely got touched in the pocket. At UM, the Canes are coming off a 5-7 season. How are these kids going to react to pressure? Harris hasn't faced adversity since he came out of the crib."

But Harris, who was named Florida's Mr. Football, is confident. Skinny at 6-4 and 174 pounds, Harris conceeds that Marve has the edge physically at the moment. But that is all he will concede.

"Robert is a funny character, tells jokes," Harris said. "He is a great person and a good friend. But you can't have any friends on the field. I plan to f!ght for the job. We both promised to outwork each other. But we never downgrade each other."

Marve said he is ready for the challenge.

"I am excited to get back to football," he said. "I love the game. It's my life - football and my family. I just can't wait for The U to be The U again, to be hungry and take whatever we want on the field."
 10 years ago '04        #2995
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Hurricanes fire wide receivers coach Mosely
University of Miami wide receivers coach Marquis Mosely has been relieved of his duties as an a.ssistant coach, two UM sources said in the past 48 hours.

Mosely, 32, came to UM from Northern Illinois before the 2006 season, when he replaced Curtis Johnson, who became an a.ssistant with the New Orleans Saints.

But by the time Johnson left, Miami's receiving corps already was in decline, the talent level slipping considerably.

Mosely did not return calls Monday.

One possible replacement could be Pittsburgh receivers coach Aubrey Hill, 35, who grew up in Miami and played at Carol City High and for the Florida Gators. Hill did not return a phone message.

The past two seasons, UM's passing offense struggled, not only because of poor quarterback play but because receivers couldn't hold on to passes.

''I can't really say why receivers were dropping balls,'' said Darnell Jenkins, UM's top receiver who played his final season in 2007. ``Coach Mosely was a good guy and a good coach. He was kind of laid back but he still showed a lot of passion. I was surprised to hear about it. I thought he was going to be there next season.

``Maybe Coach [ Randy] Shannon was looking for more aggression in a coach. If there was something we needed corrected, Coach Mosely would tell us what we should do differently. But he wasn't the kind of guy who would get in your face.''

In 2005, Johnson's final season, the Hurricanes ranked 71st in the nation in passing offense.

This season, UM ranked 108th of 119 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in passing offense. The Hurricanes were last in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Jenkins, who will enter this year's draft, led all receivers with 31 catches for 619 yards and two touchdowns. The top returning wide receiver will be junior Sam Shields, who caught 27 passes for 346 yards and three touchdowns.

Mosely wasn't the lead recruiter for the wide receivers expected to sign with UM for next season. Those expected incoming receivers: Miami Northwestern High's Aldarius Johnson and Kendall Thompkins, Miami Booker T. Washington's Davon Johnson and Thearon Collier and Belle Glade Glades Central's Travis Benjamin.

Johnson, 6-2 and 200 pounds, is considered the seventh best receiver in the country, according to Scout.com.

This could be Miami's most talented receivers class in several years.

UM still hasn't replaced defensive coordinator Tim Walton, who also was fired.
 10 years ago '04        #2996
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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Good move IMO. Receivers were clearly slipping off and there's no excuse that talent wasnt there. Maybe we did have some underachievers from the coker era (see: Lance Leggett) but that's why we have coaches; to put some character under kids' skins and Mosely wasn't doing that.
 10 years ago '04        #2997
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The Gators running backs were sorry as fu*k this year. The only RB we had that did anything worthwhile was Harvin and he's a WR. There was obviously a reason Deonte redshirted, coaches know what they are doing. Goddamn I can't wait to see the Gators tear the Canes up next year, and I believe Deonte will play a big part in the offense next year. Tebow won't lock on to Harvin all year this season either, his reads and checks will be far improved and they'll have legit RB's next year and the D can't be anywhere near as sh*tty. Some of y'all are clueless to what's really happening. Y'all are lying your a.ss off if you don't think Florida will sh*t on n*ggas far more often than not for a while, they have talent and they'll start having the experience to match as well. I hate y'all bi*ches man. FSU is far worse though.
 10 years ago '04        #2998
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 1000bluntz said:
The Gators running backs were sorry as fu*k this year. The only RB we had that did anything worthwhile was Harvin and he's a WR. There was obviously a reason Deonte redshirted, coaches know what they are doing. Goddamn I can't wait to see the Gators tear the Canes up next year, and I believe Deonte will play a big part in the offense next year. Tebow won't lock on to Harvin all year this season either, his reads and checks will be far improved and they'll have legit RB's next year and the D can't be anywhere near as sh*tty. Some of y'all are clueless to what's really happening. Y'all are lying your a.ss off if you don't think Florida will sh*t on n*ggas far more often than not for a while, they have talent and they'll start having the experience to match as well. I hate y'all bi*ches man. FSU is far worse though.
Let me son you once again since you're showing up for some more...

I believe Deonte will play a big part in the offense next year.
This is the same thing you said last year when he signed for UF.

Tebow won't lock on to Harvin all year this season either, his reads and checks will be far improved

Right...all Tebow did, besides ramming people acting like a fullback with the ball, and throwing some deep balls against D-IAA teams, was to throw little slants, screens and hooks to Harvin. It pays off when Harvin has the explosiveness that he has. He, himself made those 858 receiving yards, because all he was doing was making people miss and outrunning defenders. It wasn't because Tebow was throwing quality passes to him. Bullsh*t.


...and they'll have legit RB's next year
You got 8 RB's on scholarships. Are you telling us that all 8 RBs are garbage? Get the fu*k outta here. Y'all got as many RBs as Southern Cal does!!. Your 10 rushing yds a game is not those kids' fault, it's Meyer's gameplan that he chooses to give Harvin all the carries, along with the reverses and the screen passes!!

Y'all are lying your a.ss off if you don't think Florida will sh*t on n*ggas far more often than not for a while...
A 9-4 record and a loss to a Big Ten team that lost to a D1AA team in the Capital One bowl in Orlando ( a home game pretty much) is NOT sh*tTING on n*ggas. Escaping Ole Miss by 6 points is NOT sh*tTING on n*ggas. So just, sit ya a.ss down for a moment clown.

I hate y'all bi*ches man.

Don't worry, And i could speak for all my other Hurricane n*ggas. We Hate the gaytors more than any other team. I actually have some respect for FSU. They actually had a dynasty back in the late '90s. And their coach is respectable. Which is something you couldn't say for the snake meyer and fans like you who think UF has been some sort of super power for decades.
 10 years ago '07        #2999
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 Cap Peeler said:
Let me son you once again since you're showing up for some more...



This is the same thing you said last year when he signed for UF.



Right...all Tebow did, besides ramming people acting like a fullback with the ball, and throwing some deep balls against D-IAA teams, was to throw little slants, screens and hooks to Harvin. It pays off when Harvin has the explosiveness that he has. He, himself made those 858 receiving yards, because all he was doing was making people miss and outrunning defenders. It wasn't because Tebow was throwing quality passes to him. Bullsh*t.




You got 8 RB's on scholarships. Are you telling us that all 8 RBs are garbage? Get the fu*k outta here. Y'all got as many RBs as Southern Cal does!!. Your 10 rushing yds a game is not those kids' fault, it's Meyer's gameplan that he chooses to give Harvin all the carries, along with the reverses and the screen passes!!



A 9-4 record and a loss to a Big Ten team that lost to a D1AA team in the Capital One bowl in Orlando ( a home game pretty much) is NOT sh*tTING on n*ggas. Escaping Ole Miss by 6 points is NOT sh*tTING on n*ggas. So just, sit ya a.ss down for a moment clown.



Don't worry, And i could speak for all my other Hurricane n*ggas. We Hate the gaytors more than any other team. I actually have some respect for FSU. They actually had a dynasty back in the late '90s. And their coach is respectable. Which is something you couldn't say for the snake meyer and fans like you who think UF has been some sort of super power for decades.
Once again 1000bluntz get murdered

5 championships>2 championships
 10 years ago '04        #3000
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 Cap Peeler said:
Good move IMO. Receivers were clearly slipping off and there's no excuse that talent wasnt there. Maybe we did have some underachievers from the coker era (see: Lance Leggett) but that's why we have coaches; to put some character under kids' skins and Mosely wasn't doing that.
i know it'll never happen, but imagine if we were able to get michael irvin as receivers coach:wow:
i dare you to tell me he wouldnt be able to get any player in the entire nation
its nice to dream:sleepy:
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