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 8 years ago '06        #4541
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FSU fans and canes!!! whats ur prediction for this game
 09-29-2008, 07:09 PM         #4542
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co sign everything u said


add that epps needs to get the rock more.. hes a beast running muthafu*kas over look at YPC average but the only problem we give him only 3 catches... throw the rock to him

Nix refuses to spread the field with deep passes


we got unbelieve speed with TB, collier and Kane!!



We need to run that Patriots offense from last year.. Always in shotgun, lots of motion and a lot of wideouts. Kane playing the slot like Welk and AJ like Moss and Collier playing that Stallworth role.. Lets GET IT!


I think the Canes will win against FSU.. I just want a shoot out so at least I can see some got damn offense.
 8 years ago '05        #4543
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^^^^ I'm willin to take an L if we can score atleast 30...I wanna see some offense against a legit D, I thought we had play makers but it hasn't looked like it that much. Ponder will be benched by halftime and D'Vo will come in....<--- I know that sh*t is gonna happen
 8 years ago '07        #4544
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Well be contending for that ACC title again next year with all the freshman getting experience. Marve, Johnson, Benjamin, Fortson, Spence, harris will all be stars
 8 years ago '06        #4545
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 Hurricane Ra said:
We need to run that Patriots offense from last year.. Always in shotgun, lots of motion and a lot of wideouts. Kane playing the slot like Welk and AJ like Moss and Collier playing that Stallworth role.. Lets GET IT!


I think the Canes will win against FSU.. I just want a shoot out so at least I can see some got damn offense.
MARVE CAN MAKE THE THROWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!





IN OTHER NEWS KAYBON WEBSTER HAS COMMITED TO THE HURRICANES ACCORING TOO INSIDETHEU.COM





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BREAKING NEWS LATE MONDAY NIGHT! -- Miami Pace defensive back Kayvon Webster became the 15th commitment for the 2009 University of Miami recruiting class late Monday night. Read here to see what Webster is saying.

BEAST!!!!


we gonna have the secondary on point soon enuff !!!!!
 8 years ago '04        #4546
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plus b. harris, holton, telemaque, cookie buchanon

our secondary is lookin LOVELY for the future:applause:
 09-30-2008, 09:16 AM         #4547
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Brandon Washington the number 2 prep player in the country has committed to Miami (Remember he was committed before but didn't make the grades)
 8 years ago '04        #4548
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UM players were upset after a crushing loss to North Carolina, and many of them got on the phone with coach Randy Shannon to talk about playing better.
Randy Shannon knew, but there was nothing he could do. His players were upset about their last-minute loss to North Carolina, and they wanted to share their anguish. So the University of Miami football coach's phone kept ringing Saturday night.

With Florida State on the horizon, the Hurricanes needed to discuss all kinds of things before they could move on to the Seminoles.

''I had phone calls last night from players stressing that what they did in the game was unacceptable,'' Shannon said Sunday. ``That makes you feel good as a coach, but it doesn't change anything. A loss is a loss.

``They're trying so hard to get it done when they just need to relax and play. We demand so much out of those guys, and everyone is entitled to make mistakes, but we don't need those guys to make mistakes in key situations. And they know it, and they talked about it last night.''

Shannon said he doubted he would have to drive home his point about not finishing games after this week. By now his players should know.

JUST `KEEP TRYING'

''All we can do is keep trying,'' he said. ``We're coming along [better] than we've ever been, but we're k!lling ourselves on one or two plays every game.

``That fourth quarter, we've got to turn the light on. They're not tired. That's what's amazing. Mentally, they've got to snap into the game.''

After the 28-24 loss, the Hurricanes (2-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) said they couldn't believe they fell short, and they vowed to rebound against FSU (3-1, 0-1). That game, at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Dolphin Stadium, will be televised by ABC.

''A game like [UNC] doesn't have to motivate you for Florida State,'' said Kayne Farquharson, who couldn't get a grasp on what would have been the game-winning touchdown reception on the last play in the end zone. ``It's Florida State.''

Center Xavier Shannon, whose errant snaps have been sailing high and wide right to quarterback Robert Marve, was asked if he felt for Farquharson.

''No. I feel for everyone,'' he said. ``Everyone on this team hurts. That one play [did not] decide the game.''

Left tackle Jason Fox vowed not to go in the tank. The Hurricanes, he insisted, will bounce back.

''No team wants to give up now, pack it in and call it quits,'' Fox said. ``We know how good we are and know how good we can be.''

STILL IN THE RACE

The ACC is up for grabs, and UM still is in the race. Maryland beat Clemson on Saturday. Duke beat Virginia. Navy beat Wake Forest. Four teams in UM's Coastal Division of the ACC have one conference loss each. Only two teams in the Coastal -- Virginia Tech and Duke -- have no conference losses.

''I said at the beginning of the season it's a wide-open conference,'' Randy Shannon said. ``One thing we do in this conference is beat each other up.''

The defensive backs are struggling, and injuries are making it worse. Some of the injured: safety Vaughn Telemaque (unspecified), safety Carlos Armour (unspecified), safety Joe Wylie (unspecified) and cornerback Chavez Grant (ankle).

Also injured: tackle Reggie Youngblood (leg or foot) and running back Damien Berry (unspecified).

''He got hurt on a kickoff,'' Randy Shannon said of Berry.

Wide receiver Thearon Collier was taken to the hospital Saturday night but was released later. Shannon said Collier was ''banged up'' and might not be able to play against Florida State.

`NOTHING MAJOR'

''Everything we're getting, it's nothing major,'' Randy Shannon said. ``Most of it is lower body, legs, a lot of high-ankle sprains.''
 8 years ago '04        #4549
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CORAL GABLES -- Saturday's game against rival Florida State is coming at a perfect time, according to University of Miami coach Randy Shannon.

The Hurricanes (2-2, 0-1 ACC) are coming off an emotionally bruising 28-24 defeat to North Carolina that saw UM blow a 10-point lead in the final nine minutes of the game.

Shannon believes squaring off against the Seminoles will sober up his team quickly.

"Oh yeah, that's a good thing," Shannon said. "We don't have time to think and dwell. We have to snap back and play. I think those guys will respond real quick."

Shannon generally praised the performance of his players against North Carolina except for some breakdowns - primarily by veterans - down the stretch.

Senior cornerback Bruce Johnson missed a tackle that turned into a 74-yard touchdown pass. Senior center Xavier Shannon and junior offensive tackle Jason Fox were flagged for critical penalties. Junior cornerback Chavez Grant was called for pass interference on Carolina's game-winning drive.

"Everyone's entitled to make mistakes, but we don't need these guys to make mistakes in key situations," Shannon said.

Several players called Shannon on Saturday night lamenting that their efforts against the Tar Heels were "unacceptable."

"That makes you feel good as a coach, but it doesn't change anything," Shannon said. "That loss is a loss."


Some other items of interest from Shannon's news conference on Sunday:


Shannon wasn't providing much information about injuries, but freshman receiver Thearon Collier was hurt seriously enough against the Tar Heels that he was taken to the hospital on Saturday night. Shannon said Collier was released, but did not detail what sent the 5-foot-8, 180-pounder to the hospital in the first place. If Collier can't play against Florida State, redshirt freshman Jermaine McKenzie "will get a chance to show what he can do..." McKenzie, a highly-touted receiver coming out of Bradenton, has yet to play for the Hurricanes.


Junior A.J. Trump started at left guard over sophomore Orlando Franklin against North Carolina. Franklin, an Atlantic High graduate, had started three of the final four games in 2007 and the first three games this season. "We're getting the more-experienced guy in there," Shannon said. "Orlando is just a true sophomore. He did play a lot last year, but he is still young. We started Trump to give us more knowledge inside. Bringing Orlando off the bench helped him a whole lot."


The Hurricanes have outscored opponents in every quarter, but the fourth where UM has given up 20 more points (37-17) than it's scored. But Shannon scuffs at the notion that his team may not be conditioned properly. "They're not tired," Shannon said. "Mentally they have to snap into the game, say 'Okay, it's the fourth quarter. Let's go. Let's make a play to finish this game out.'"(b) UM is ranked 78th nationally in pass defense (218 yards per game) and it's interception percentage (.88) is better only than that of Central Michigan (.61) and Kent State (.74).


Former Glades Central standout Travis Benjamin ranks 14th nationally with a punt return average of 17.71. "You know that return guy we've been talking about to give us field position change?" Shannon said. "He's that guy. ... If he gets it on kickoffs, he can get it to the 40 or 50. On a punt return, he can take it at the 30 and (take it) to the other side."


Shannon on the crowd of 35,830 that showed up for Saturday's game: "Miami has always been Miami. Even my years playing, we'd grab about 40,000 in the Orange Bowl except when you play Florida State, Virginia Tech, Penn State. The true loyal fans will be the 35,000 every game. That's just the way Miami is."


Senior safety Randy Phillips, who is expected to be out six weeks after undergoing knee surgery, may redshirt. "It's up to Randy," Shannon said. "It may be a subject when he comes back. He may come back and feel real good (and) want to finish the season."


Matt Bosher may not remain UM's kickoff specialist if he continues to struggle in that role. Shannon said freshman Jake Wieclaw isn't ready to a.ssume those duties just yet. "If (Wieclaw) gets better, maybe two games down the line, it's 'Okay, you're on kickoffs,'" Shannon said.
 8 years ago '04        #4550
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With FSU next, fourth-quarter collapses concern 'Canes' Randy Shannon
By Shandel Richardson | South Florida Sun-Sentinel
September 29, 2008
CORAL GABLES - University of Miami coach Randy Shannon has yet to figure out why his team struggles so much in the fourth quarter.

After blowing a 10-point lead against North Carolina, closing out games continues to be a glaring weakness for the Hurricanes. They have outscored the opposition in every quarter this season, except for the fourth.

"They're not tired," Shannon said Sunday. "Mentally, they have to snap into the game and say, 'OK, it's the fourth quarter, let's go, let's make a play to finish this game out.'"

The problem dates to last season. They failed to make plays in the last quarter in close losses to Georgia Tech and North Carolina. Then with a bowl berth on the line, they allowed two touchdowns in a 28-14 defeat at Boston College.



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Those struggles continued in losses to Florida and North Carolina this year. The Hurricanes trailed the Gators by six points in the second half before letting things fall apart in the fourth. They held a comfortable 24-14 lead against Tar Heels with less than 10 minutes remaining only to allow 14 unanswered points.

"We're trying," Shannon said. "Offensively, we're doing a lot of great things. Defensively, we're doing great things. But we're k!lling ourselves on one or two big plays a game."

Shannon addressed the issue with the team during Sunday's film session but said this will be the last time it is mentioned. He hopes the players now understand.

They have little time to dwell on the defeat with Florida State next on the schedule. The Seminoles are back at full strength after the return of several players from suspension.

They rolled to a 39-21 victory against Colorado and are eager to face Miami on Saturday after last year's outcome. FSU seemed to have the game in hand before the Hurricanes erupted for 13 fourth-quarter points in a 37-29 win.

It was one of the few times UM has finished strong during Shannon's two-year tenure.

"That's the good thing," Shannon said. "We don't have time to think and dwell. We have to snap back and play."

Three injuredShannon had no updates on tackle Reggie Youngblood, running back Damien Berry and receiver Thearon Collier, who were injured Saturday. Youngblood and Berry left in the first half with minor leg injuries. Collier was carted off in the third quarter and was taken to the hospital. Shannon said he's been released and "doing fine."

Thin secondaryWith injuries to Randy Phillips (knee) and Vaughn Telemaque (arm), the secondary has become thin. Shannon said there is a possibility of having only a three-man rotation at safety and cornerback.
 8 years ago '04        #4551
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MIAMI, Fla. -- The Miami offense found new ways to get the ball to one of their most electrifying playmakers Travis Benjamin Saturday against North Carolina.

For the first time all season, Benjamin was the only punt returner used in the game and also was given the ball on two carries.

Benjamin returned three punts with an 18.6-yard average per return and carried the ball twice for 11 yards--both times gaining a first down.

The offensive stats aren't overly impressive, but what was impressive about Benjamin's performance was the different ways Miami was trying to get him the ball.

Benjamin is widely regarded as the fastest player on the Miami roster this year after blazing a 4.26 in the 40 during summer workouts.

Since then, getting the ball in Benjamin's hands became a priority.

"The coaches wanted to get the playmaker the ball and they had put me on some reverses and running routes so they could get me the ball," Benjamin said. "In high school I did a lot of that. I pretty much did everything for my team in high school."

Miami knows if they want to spark some big plays this season they will have to ask Benjamin to do a little bit of everything this season as well--whether it receiving passes, taking handoffs from the quarterback, or returning punts and kicks.

Head Coach Randy Shannon said part of the reason why Benjamin was given the ball in rushing situations is because he is still developing and learning as a receiver, so getting the ball to him in running situations is more of a sure thing.

"We are using his speed and trying to give a freshman some confidence real quick," Shannon said. "Every freshman learns differently and only certain ones can take in a lot and certain ones can't and we still have to be patient with him. We have to gradually bring him along."

One area Benjamin has made an impact on already this season is as a punt returner. Benjamin was given total punt return responsibilities against North Carolina and he responded with a 37-yard return in the first quarter. At Texas A&M, Benjamin had a 44-yard return that set up a touchdown going into halftime.

For the season Benjamin is averaging 17 yards per punt. Last year Graig Cooper was Miami's primary punt returner and averaged 4.8 yards per return.

"He is that return guy that can get the field position change that we have now," Shannon said. "He can change the field real quick for us. If he gets it on a kickoff he can get it to the 40 or 50. If he gets it on a punt return and he catches it on the 30 he can get it to the other side. We have gradually worked him in and he has a role in doing that."
 8 years ago '04        #4552
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MIAMI, Fla. -- Graig Cooper is taking full advantage of the additional carries with the injury to Javarris James.

After a 128-yard effort last week, Cooper turned in his second straight 100-yard game with 110 yards on 19 carries in Saturday's 28-24 loss to North Carolina. He also caught three passes for 29 yards and a touchdown.

"I still can't believe we lost," Cooper said. "We should have finished like Coach Shannon has been preaching. That's what we have to focus on this week."

His 19 carries and 22 touches on offense were both career-highs, which is something that should be expected with James out. With the additional workload, Cooper said he felt "good" after the game.

Cooper got off to a hot start rushing for 70 yards on seven carries in the first quarter as Miami jumped out to a 14-0 lead after his 11-yard touchdown reception.

Then, Cooper was limited to just three carries over the next two quarters.

Cooper insists that didn't bother him although North Carolina cut into Miami's lead trailing just 17-14 heading into the fourth quarter.

"I aint noticed it. That's how much of a team player I am," Cooper said. "I aint noticed it. I just wanted to win, that's all I wanted to do."

Cooper got the ball more in the fourth quarter as he had nine carries for 36 yards and helped build Miami's lead to 24-14 with 10 minutes left in the game.

However, two touchdown passes by Cameron s3xton gave North Carolina the come-from behind win, which was sealed by an interception by Trimane Goddard in the endzone as Kayne Farquharson was unable to come down with the reception.

"I couldn't believe it. I just couldn't believe it," Cooper said. "I seen that Kayne had the ball in his hand, but the other guy came down with it. At first I thought it was out of bounds, but it was an interception and I just walked off the field."

Quarterback Robert Marve completed 18-of-27 passes for 135 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions.

"Marve is a good player. I aint never lost confidence in him and still aint lost confidence in him," Cooper said. "I still have a whole lot of confidence in Marve."

Through four games, Cooper has rushed 291 yards and three touchdowns on 54 carries (5.4 avg.). He also has a receiving touchdown and punt return for a touchdown.

Miami (2-2, 0-1) will face rival Florida State (3-1, 0-1) in a battle of unranked ACC teams on Saturday at Dolphin Stadium.

"It's still the same (rivalry)," Cooper said. "We are better than what we showed, we are way better than what we showed. We just have to concentrate and focus in practice this week for Florida State."
 8 years ago '04        #4553
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Following an embarrassing fourth quarter against the University of North Carolina Saturday afternoon, the Miami's secondary is now definitely considered the weak link of the defense, not just weak, but a link that was broken once again by another offense.

It happened against Florida and it happened once again against the Tar Heels. Similar to how Tim Tebow picked the 'Canes secondary apart in the fourth quarter in The Swamp, it's the same thing UNC's Cameron s3xton did Saturday afternoon.

None of the corners or safeties is above the criticism. From Bruce Johnson who played Hakeem Nicks horrendously allowing an unacceptable 74-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to his awful tackling of Nicks late in the game to DeMarcus Van Dke getting smoked on the touchdown pass that beat the 'Canes to JoJo Nicolas not providing safety help like he's supposed to, to Chavez Grant who spends more time getting burned than he does making a good defensive play, the secondary is simply, for no other words right now, bad.

Grant went so far as to say that maybe the defensive backs are trying too hard and not sticking to their a.ssignments because they are trying so hard to make a play that they find themselves out of position too much considering no one in the secondary has come up with an interception yet through four games.

So wouldn't that be exactly the opposite as to what coach Wesley McGriff is all about? Discipline.

McGriff has been described as a militaristic-type coach because of his experience in the military, but clearly, his defensive backs haven't taken to that style no matter what they say as Grant, a junior, has essentially admitted that they are doing things that simply not disciplined.

"Everybody had a chance to make plays, but everybody made mistakes," Grant said.

Grant further emphasized that on the play he was called for pass interference on in the fourth quarter, he used the technique he's been taught.

"I did what my coach asked me to do. I got my read on the three-step. I drove into the guy, he stuttered and went and I ran into him. I rather take that pass interference any day than a touchdown cause we get to line up again. That's the technique I was taught and that's how it was played," Grant said.

Committing pass interference is what he's taught?

But the problem that exists is that Grant also talked about how he defensive backs are trying to do too much.

That is something that cannot happen with a unit that is not that good overall to begin with. It's the reason that it has to be more fundamentally sound than anything because when it's not sound, things like Nicks' deep bomb or Johnson's horrible tackling or Van Dke getting beat happens.

How does the team fix things like tackling especially in the secondary as the missed tackles continue to happen?

"We just emphasize (tackling) more and more, do every tackling drill in the book. At the same time, we are playing against Division I athletes too. You aren't going to make every tackle. The more we work on it, the better we'll get," Grant said.

But shouldn't high-major Division I players already know how to tackle and not need a plethora of drills to teach them how to tackle again?

This remains the problem that hasn't been solved over the past 16 games. Last year's team couldn't tackle and this one can't tackle either.

One thing that Grant said was interesting, something that could be dissected for days.

"Any loss hurts as anyone. Any time you lose a game you feel you should have won, it hurts," Grant said.

One problem with that statement is that losing is becoming normal as the team has lost 9 of its last 16 and since Grant has been at UM, the team has gone 14-15. So when does all the hurt in losing start to result in changes and some wins?
 8 years ago '06        #4554
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 Hurricane Ra said:
Brandon Washington the number 2 prep player in the country has committed to Miami (Remember he was committed before but didn't make the grades)
we need him big time for the future
 8 years ago '07        #4555
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Chavez Grant is a bum

None of the past great UM corners would be making excuses
 8 years ago '05        #4556
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damn i dont think its ever taken me this long to get over a loss...not since the 05 loss to gatech after we were ranked #3
 8 years ago '04        #4557
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 booie4 said:
One problem with that statement is that losing is becoming normal as the team has lost 9 of its last 16 and since Grant has been at UM, the team has gone 14-15. So when does all the hurt in losing start to result in changes and some wins?
this sh*t is unacceptable not only at miami but any other big time college program. aside from that horrible stretch to finish 2007, alot of those games were close ones that shouldve been won.

whenever you have a team that suffers close losses like that you have to begin to question whether the players fully believe in the coaching staff. shannon is 7-9 so far and has yet to provide a signature win during his tenure.

i'm gettin tired of hearing the same old sh*t about "not finishing" games and whatnot, you know what youre supposed to do so go out there and do it.
 09-30-2008, 09:32 PM         #4558
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Kayvon Webster (CB) commited last night. Dude is a great pickup.

Right now I believe Teague and Carter are f!ghting for the last spot. I believe it will be Teague now. Teague will be coming to the FSU on his own (not an official visit) all the way from Tenn. Something tells me he commits right after the visit.
 09-30-2008, 09:37 PM         #4559
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this sh*t is unacceptable not only at miami but any other big time college program. aside from that horrible stretch to finish 2007, alot of those games were close ones that shouldve been won.

whenever you have a team that suffers close losses like that you have to begin to question whether the players fully believe in the coaching staff. shannon is 7-9 so far and has yet to provide a signature win during his tenure.

i'm gettin tired of hearing the same old sh*t about "not finishing" games and whatnot, you know what youre supposed to do so go out there and do it.
Randy came in raw, we knew coming in he would be making mistakes. He is learning and will improve with time. Randy is loading up on talent right now, and we all know that's how you win games. His biggest problem is Nix, he needs to have an OC who knows he is doing. I believe Randy will correct this problem and find someone else.
 8 years ago '04        #4560
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Last year, the defensive tackle rotation was something close to that of a nightmare. Rarely was defensive line coach Clint Hurtt ever able to rotate more than three defensive tackles throughout the entire season which lead to a crew of defensive tackles being completely burnt out.

This year, even with a group of defensive tackles that features two to three freshmen in Marcus Forston, Micanor Regis and Jeremy Lewis, the rotation remains fresh.

This freshness has allowed the 'Canes to have a top ten rush defense in the nation.

"We play about the same amount of plays. It's a good rotation, better than we had last year," Joe Joseph said. "Last year we were playing with two or three defensive tackles. This year it's four or five. It was hard, but it's more comfortable this year keeping the same intensity. Every time you are on the field you feel fresh."

Beyond that, it's making the game a lot more fun for the defensive tackles.

"We just play and have fun and fly around," Joseph said.

The excellent rush defense, while it hasn't produced wins, is something the defensive tackles take pride in because they are the beginning of all run game stopping.

"We take a lot of pride in that. You stop the run it feels real good," Joseph said.

But even with stopping the run, as stated above, it hasn't resulted in wins because the team simply isn't finishing games, something that has become a too often recurring trend.

"We just have to keep the same intensity that we have throughout the whole game in the fourth quarter. If we do that, then we'll finish games. That's the keyword around here, finish, finish, finish," Joseph said.

The goal against Florida State, beyond winning, is to stop the run. Joseph believes if the 'Canes can continue to stop the run, it will start to result in wins.

"Stop the run. Hold the team to less than 100 yards," Joseph said. "Stopping the run is always the key. They got some playmakers at running back and wide receiver. First you stop the run and everything plays out for itself."

Containing FSU's quarterbacks is also a key as they both like to move out of the pocket.

"Both of them are good in the pocket and they are good scramblers. They have a decent arm," Joseph said.

But keeping them contained is very important.

"You can think you got the sack, and they get out there and break one. Everybody has their pass pursuit lanes and they won't be able to scramble," Joseph said.
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