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 8 years ago '06        #4841
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awwwwwwwwwwwwww man


the future is lookin bright

i wanna hear what them haters on the radio gotta say now!!


the freshman talent we have is un real :applause:

that 99 yard drive by harris was crazy
 8 years ago '04        #4842
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 C.R.I.P. said:
we do. we had alot of stupid penalties but at the same time Ron Cherry and Crew were on some bull sh*t, he is easily worst Ref in the league.

there were alot of questionable False Start calls, the Bruce Johnson PI call that led to a TD was bullsh*t and it was another thats not coming to mind right now.

but im glad we overcame
But tell you the truth, the booth also robbed that catch by the Virginia receiver right before the half I believe. guess we got lucky on that one. However, all those penalties and false starts do need to be corrected.. but we're going with great momentum against Virginia Tech.
 8 years ago '04        #4843
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fu*king fsu ruined a great weekend. They always have to blow it.
 8 years ago '06        #4844
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it feels better the next day:applause:
 8 years ago '05        #4845
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good to see even with all our turnovers, penalties, bad calls we were able to win...with last yrs team yesterdays game woulda prolly been a blowout or something
 8 years ago '04        #4846
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Jacory Harris found his Northwestern connection Aldarius Johnson for a nine-yard touchdown pass in overtime giving Miami a 24-17 overtime win over Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday afternoon.

And Lovon Ponder came up with a huge strip of Cedric Peerman that Romeo Davis recovered sealing the victory for the 'Canes.

The win over Virginia marked the 'Canes fourth straight win and made them bowl eligible with a 6-3 recover and 3-2 in the ACC. The 'Canes are now in a good position to win the Coastal Division of the ACC if they can win out.

But it started at quarterback again as Harris rallied the 'Canes from a 17-10 halftime deficit. The defense played a big part in the second half as well.

Robert Marve started the second half, but he threw an interception to open the half, but the defense forced a three and out forcing a punt. Then Graig Cooper fumbled on the next possession and Virginia missed a 38 yard field goal attempt.

Marve got one more possession, but the 'Canes went no where and that marked the end of the day for Marve.

Harris took over on the fourth possession of the second half and never left the game after that.

The Cavs missed another field goal, this time from 47 yards before Harris started to click. He threw a perfect pass to Travis Benjamin that would have been a first down early in the fourth deep in Virginia territory, but it was a sign of good things to come.

Virginia looked like it was driving for another field goal attempt, but a sack by Allen Bailey took the Cavs out of field goal range forcing a punt that turned out to be a beauty.

Taking over at their own 5-yard line, the 'Canes offense turned conventional running in the I-formation for the entire possession. The 'Canes ran play action passes the entire drive with Harris cool in the pocket.

Harris got with a 13-yard completion to Sam Shields with 6:50 to play on a 3rd and 13 from the 'Canes 2-yard line. He hit Shields again for six after a false start penalty, something Miami battled all game.

Then he found Patrick Hill for a ten-yard completion that saw Hill barrel over a UVA defensive back. Then it was Davon Johnson's turn with a 16-yard completion. Cooper took a couple of carries for ten yards. Then the false start bug hit again. A perfect 19-yard strike to Aldarius Johnson gave Miami a first down at the Virginia 33.

A 16-yard run by Cooper got Miami to the 21 with 1:31 to play, but another false start pushed them back following a timeout.

But Harris' coolness continued to be the difference as he rolled away from pressure and launched a pass to the end zone intended for LaRon Byrd. Byrd was interfered with twice on the play, but still came down with the grab. Matt Bosher kicked the extra point tying the game at 17 with 55 seconds to play.

The drive went 15-plays for 95 yards, the longest of the season. Harris was 7 for 10 for 88 yards on the drive.

But the 'Canes decided to pooch kick for some reason setting the Cavs up in great field position. However, it was another freshman, Sean Spence who came up big stripping Marc Verica with 31 seconds to play. Bruce Johnson recovered setting up a 52-yard field goal attempt by Bosher, but the kick came up five yards short forcing overtime.

Harris finished the game 12 for 21 for 160 yards and two touchdowns leaving Randy Shannon with another tough decision going into the Virginia Tech game. Cooper also came up with a huge game in Miami's different brand of offense with Harris at quarterback. Running in the I-formation, Cooper found huge holes that he hadn't seen in the shot gun. He finished with 24 carries for 131 yards and came up with some big blocks in the backfield.

Mistakes continued to plague Miami though as they committed three turnovers. Luckily, only the first one resulted in points for Virginia.

Travis Benjamin muffed a punt following a three and out by Virginia to start the game giving the Cavs the ball at Miami's 32.

Virginia turned the turnover into a 3-0 lead.

Robert Marve then led Miami on its longest drive of the season until Harris' fourth quarter drive, 10-plays, 86-yards which he capped with a four yard touchdown run for a 7-3 lead midway through the first quarter.

Marve started the drive with a beautiful throw downfield to Thearon Collier for a 43-yard completion.

The Cavs responded immediately though with a 5-play, 74-yard drive. Kevin Ogletree finished the drive with a 16-yard reverse untouched into the end zone for a 10-7 lead with 4:21 to play in the opening quarter.

The touchdown run was set up by a 33-yard reception by Maurice Convington. On the play, Covington caught a short five-yard hitch, but there were no 'Canes around to make the tackle. He ran for the sideline outrunning three defensive backs before getting pushed out of bounds.

Bosher made a difference in the first half hitting a beautiful punt that pinned Virginia back at its own 10-yard line. The 'Canes defense finally held strong forcing a three and out which led to a Cavs punt that gave Miami the ball at the Virginia 43.

Harris entered the game and immediately completed and 18-yard pass to Davon Johnson, but the 'Canes stalled at the 17-yard line. Bosher kicked a 33-yard field goal tying the game at ten.

But Miami's defense went back to missing tackles as the Cavs drove nine-plays, and 80 yards.

Verica completed a 17 yard pass to Ogletree. Peerman then broke three tackles for an 18 yard gain. Davis missed a tackle, Peerman ran over Brandon Harris and then ran through Ryan Hill before Anthony Redd*ck brought him down.

Glenn Cook missed of Covington for an eight yard completion. Peerman then rushed for nine yards. A facemask penalty by Harris gave Virginia the ball inside the 20. A pass interference call in the end zone on Bruce Johnson on third down gave Virginia the ball at the 'Canes 2-yard line.

Three plays later Verica hit Jared Green for a two-yard touchdown and a 17-10 lead.
 8 years ago '04        #4847
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Randy Shannon is sticking with Robert Marve as his starter.

Back-up Jacory Harris completed 12-of-21 passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns to lead Miami to a 24-17 overtime victory against Virginia on Saturday.

Harris replaced Marve, who completed 6-of-12 passes for 91 yards with an interception and added a 6-yard touchdown run, late in the third quarter and managed the team's final five drives of the game.

"I think with what we have done with the quarterbacks all season, both have had opportunities to close out games," Shannon said. "Marve did it last week against Wake Forest and he did a tremendous job of moving the ball at the end of the game then you see Jacory do a nice job of moving the ball at the end of the game (against Virginia) and in overtime.

"I think that is the thing we have with this football team is that we have conglamorate of guys that can make plays for us."

Marve threw an ill-advised interception in the third quarter then after two fumbles by running back Graig Cooper on the next two drives, Marve's day was finished.

"(Marve) did a good job," Shannon said. "He scored a touchdown to help us win."

Shannon described Marve's touchdown run in the first quarter as a "huge play".

But Harris had an even better play.

Harris completed a 26-yard touchdown pass to LaRon Byrd with 55 seconds left in the game to tie the game at 17-17.

"Jacory is strong," Shannon said. "There are limits, but he's very strong in the weight room."

On the season, Marve has started every game following his suspension in the opener and has completed 90-of-165 passes (55 percent) for 920 yards and seven touchdowns with 10 interceptions. He has also rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns.

Harris has completed 67-of-113 passes (59 percent) for 698 yards, seven touchdowns and three interceptions. He has rushed for 59 yards and two touchdowns.

Miami (6-3, 3-2) will resume practice on Wednesday in preparation for a Nov. 13 game against Virginia Tech (5-3, 2-2).

Shannon Out Recruiting

Shannon said he will be out recruiting the South Florida area this week with the bye week.

Miami's top local recruits in the 2009 class include Columbus DT Antwan Lowery.

Also, the a.ssistant coaches will be traveling this week--some of which have left today.
 8 years ago '04        #4848
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Miami had to resort to playing seldom-used junior offensive tackle Matt Pipho in a crucial part in the game on Saturday due to injuries to Jason Fox and Chris Rutledge.

Fox, a three-year starter at left tackle, injured his leg in the first quarter and did not return.

Rutledge, a senior back-up tackle, left the game with a shoulder injury.

Not to mention, junior running back Javarris James, who rushed for 55 yards on nine carries, also re-injured his ankle, that kept him out of four games earlier this season.

However, the positive news is that coach Randy Shannon expects all three to be ready for Miami's next game--a Nov. 13 contest against Virginia Tech.

"I think all three of them will be back," Shannon said. "They should be back."

If Fox and Rutledge are unable to play, look for senior Reggie Youngblood to start at left tackle, where he started seven games in 2006 before being moved to right tackle.

And look for Pipho to earn his first career start at Miami filling in at right tackle.

Phillips Likely Done

Shannon also confirmed that senior safety Randy Phillips "might be done for the season".

Phillips injured his leg in the third game of the season against Texas A&M.

In his career, Phillips has 77 tackles, 4 for a loss, 4 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, and 15 pass break-ups in 34 games, making 13 starts.
 8 years ago '04        #4849
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Players of the Game:

QB Jacory Harris, 12-of-21 for 160 yards and two touchdowns.

RB Graig Cooper, 24 carries for 131 yards

LB Sean Spence, A forced fumble on Marc Verica in the fourth quarter

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Jacory Harris should now be Miami's starting quarterback

Harris' 95-yard touchdown drive at the end of the game should win him the starting quarterback job. The bottom line with Harris is that he just moves the ball better and throws balls that allow his receivers to make plays. Jacory's touchdown pass to Aldarius Johnson on third-down-and-six was BIG TIME! Randy Shannon has said the bottom line for him at quarterback is that he wants a player who doesn't turn the ball over and gets the ball to his receivers. It sounds like the type of quarterback Shannon is talking about is Jacory Harris.

Spence is Miami's only playmaker on defense

When Miami needed a play most, freshman linebacker Sean Spence made the biggest play of the game when he stripped Virginia quarterback Marc Verica of the ball on UVA's final offensive drive of regulation. Playmakers always come up with the biggest plays at the most crucial situations and Spence did just that. You can't teach the way that Spence makes plays and he has been doing it all season. Spence's knack for making big plays in key situations has been uncanny throughout his career and his legend continues to grow as he continues to put together a stellar freshman year.

Safety play must improve

The safety play today for Miami was not good enough. Ryan Hill, Anthony Redd*ck, and Lovon Ponder were out of position and did not bring their man down in the open field too many times. Whenever Virginia made a big play against Miami, it was the second or third UM defender who finally brought him down. The safeties looked uncertain and timid in run support, which caused them to take bad angles. The safety play improved in the second half, but their poor play in the first half was almost too much to overcome.

Too many penalties

Miami committed 12 penalties in the game. UM k!lled themselves too many times offensively with false start penalties on the offensive line. Part of the problem was UM's backups were playing for most of the game with Jason Fox out with an injury. At the end of regulation, Miami committed 11 penalties for 76 yards. In the first half alone, Miami committed seven penalties for 56 yards. Prior to this game, UM had done a good job avoiding offensive penalties and it will be an area to clean up this week in practice.

Offensive line must gel quickly

The injury left tackle Jason Fox sustained to his knee does not look good and UM could be out with their best offensive lineman for a couple games. Luckily, UM has a bye week this week, which Miami will undoubtedly need to shuffle some of their linemen to find the right mix. Matt Pipho did a good job of stepping in and filling Fox's shoes, but with a week of practice and repping with the first team, he should be ok to go against Virginia Tech.

Miami is bowl eligible

The fact that Miami will be going to a bowl game this season is huge for the development of this young team. Don't overestimate the work that can be done and confidence that can be instilled during the two weeks of bowl practices. A bowl game victory is momentum that can carry over through the off-season...and from there who knows how much this young team can grow.
 8 years ago '06        #4850
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sean fu*kin spence all american here he comes



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the baby canes come with swagga famo!!!


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BYRDCALL!!!!!!!!!!

notice everybody on here becides bruce johnson is a freshman

ha haaaaaaaaa


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 8 years ago '05        #4851
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No. 1 wide receiver Rueben Randle names top five
Rueben Randle told ESPN affiliate Web site TigerGumbo.com that he is keying on, "LSU, Alabama, USC, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State."
Randle currently has only one official visit scheduled, to Oklahoma State on Nov. 29th.

Additionally, the nation's top pass-catcher stated he'll likely wait until much closer to national signing day before making his final decision.

Several other top programs such as Miami-FL, Florida, Georgia, Florida State, Michigan, Tennessee, Notre Dame and Mississippi also recruited Randle.
so much for that I thought he'd have you in his final 3 atleast
 8 years ago '04        #4852
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 Junior G said:
so much for that I thought he'd have you in his final 3 atleast
he's a stud, it'd be nice if we could get him....but oh well. receiver-wise we're looking good for the next couple of years
 8 years ago '06        #4853
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awwwww chucks


hes gonna be a star wherever he goes man

wowzers if bama gets him.... julion and randle :wow:



we are good at wideout anyways it would just put us over the top if we got him... good luck to the kid
 8 years ago '05        #4854
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 P. Dedos said:

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how come sebastian stood standing like a bum after the score...while all the cheerleaders were going crazy sebastian just stood there as if we didnt score or ne thing. did we just hire some random dude of the streets or something lol
 8 years ago '04        #4855
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R.I.P. to Bryan Pata, been 2 years since his death
 8 years ago '06        #4856
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 madness said:
R.I.P. to Bryan Pata, been 2 years since his death



:( :( :(


soo sad man and so close to being in the NFL and help his family out


i hope karma already caught up to the muthafu*ka who did this :angry12:
 8 years ago '04        #4857
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I got a chance to speak with Miami coach Randy Shannon, who isn't taking too much of a break during the bye week. For the record, the first question didn't come out as rudely as it looks in print. I told him I'd get the uncomfortable one out of the way first. Here are the highlights of our conversation:

Heather Dinich: How do you not start Jacory Harris? He's been amazing winning games off the bench for you.

Randy Shannon: I don't think it's a point of not starting. Like we said at the beginning of the season, both of these quarterbacks are going to give us a great chance of winning football games. Early in the season, the first maybe three or four games, everybody was saying don't play Jacory, play Robert because Robert was doing so well. You look at the Wake Forest game, how Robert ended the game with a great throw, great win, great read. And Jacory didn't do so well. They go back and forth, and with young guys you've gotta give them all experience. When it comes down to the end of the game, whoever is hot at that time, that's who you go with.

HD: It sounds like more of a solution than a problem, from your perspective.

RS: It is a solution. It's a great solution for us because both quarterbacks are competitors, and both quarterbacks want to win. That's the one thing that fans and everybody get into, who's starting, but with this football team, the quarterbacks are the key because the only thing they want is winning. They don't worry about who's getting all the publicity. The only thing they worry about is winning.

HD: Do you worry, though, about one transferring if he doesn't get enough playing time?

RS: No. No. Not at all. The public does. That's the public's view of things, but the quarterbacks are happy, both of them are playing and they're having fun. You don't go to college just to say I'm the guy, and as coaches you've got to make sure you have both quarterbacks ready to play. We were in a tough situation earlier this season with having three true freshmen and one redshirt freshman on the football field. You can never have too many guys at a position because of depth.

HD: Speaking of freshmen, I've never seen so many make so many key plays. Have these guys exceeded your expectations?

RS: Kind of, sort of. You look at it and say, 'Are they going to be able to hold up?' I think what we did, as far as practice in August camp and what we're doing now has been a tremendous help to us as a football team. They're not playing a whole lot of snaps. They're doing just the right amount, where they're comfortable and feeling good. ... We're just playing a lot of guys and rotating them and it's helping us out.

HD: It's gotta be more depth than last year, right?

RS: It is, and the one thing we have to continually do at Miami is make sure everybody understands this is not a one person ship. It's not one player, it's a team deal. I think the players understand that the more everybody plays and has a role on this football team, the better off we'll be.

HD: Both of your coordinators, are they at all limited in what they can do because the guys are so young?

RS: No, not at all. We practice a lot of reps, a lot of reps. It's like anything, riding a bike, the more you rep, the better it's going to be for the young guys. Rep, rep, rep. We do it in the film session, we give them tests, we give them a lot of tests on the same stuff so they can picture themselves physically, mentally, and then also you have to write it down.

HD: You guys are in a great position right now. What do you think it is going to take to not only stay in the mix, but win the Coastal?

RS: We've just got to stay sound in what we're doing and worry about us getting better as a football team and not worry about other circumstances. With these guys, the only thing they're worried about is what we're trying to get better at.

HD: You guys are on a four-game winning streak right now. What's been the difference in that stretch?

RS: I think these guys understand what winning is about and how to win and how to keep playing the whole 60 minutes of a football game. That's the biggest thing. These young guys don't know any better because they're from winning programs. The only thing they know is how to win and how to win late.

HD: I know you have to take it one game at a time, but with so many impressive freshmen is it hard for you not to think about the future of this program and how good you guys can be?

RS: Not at all. Sometimes injuries happen. That's the one thing to me as a coach I try to stay focused on, the big picture. You always have to get into what-ifs. I have to keep abrea$t of that and be always into that mode.

HD: Just how banged up are you guys right now?

RS: Not bad. Jason Fox is a little nicked up, but Javarris James is fine. Everybody was fine coming out of the game.

HD: So what are you guys focusing on during the bye week, anything in particular?

RS: We're going to concentrate heavily on special teams, heavily on special teams, because that's the difference in the game. And also we've got to work on getting ourselves back to where we need to be, we'll do a lot of fundamental drills offensively and defensively, and just get better that way.

Thanks to Randy for his time.
 11-07-2008, 07:58 PM         #4858
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Can anyone post those Rival articles on Recruiting (Part 1 and 2)?
 8 years ago '05        #4859
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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blaaah i hate bye weeks
 8 years ago '06        #4860
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Check out the buzz UM's freshmen receivers are generating:

Longtime recruiting guru Tom Lemming a.sserted this class ''might be one of the best of all-time, certainly one of the best in the last 30 years'' in college football. In 33 years of coaching, Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe said he cannot remember a more impressive group of freshmen wide receivers.

• ''It's getting back to where it's supposed to be!'' Michael Irvin said. ``These receivers can make the quarterback special. Aldarius Johnson can be special!''

• Ex-Cane Lamar Thomas, co-offensive coordinator at Boynton Beach High, said this group ''can be better than the best groups we've ever had here.'' UM's best receiver units, Thomas said, included 2001 first-rounders Santana Moss/ Reggie Wayne ( Andre Johnson played with them for one year); Irvin/ Brian Blades/ Brett Perriman (drafted 11th, 49th, 52nd in 1988); Thomas/ Kevin Williams/ Horace Copeland (drafted rounds 2-4 in '93); and Eddie Brown/ Stanley Shakespeare in 1984.

• Among the freshmen, who is best at what? Receivers coach Aubrey Hill offered insight last week:

Best route runner? ''Aldarius Johnson,'' Hill said. '' Thearon Collier right after that.'' . . . Fastest? '' Travis Benjamin has the edge in vertical speed, but Davon Johnson has that stronger burst of speed.'' . . . Most elusive? ``Thearon.''

Most polished? ''Aldarius.'' . . . Hardest worker: '' Laron Byrd. First one here, last one to leave.'' . . . Most improved since August? 'Thearon. This kid has made some plays where we said, `Wow!' When we saw him the first day, we didn't know if he would put it all together.'' . . . Most big-play capability? ``Travis.''

• Before the season, Hill gave receivers DVDs showing all 2007 passes thrown to NFL standouts such as Hines Ward, Terrell Owens, Wayne and Moss and told them: ''Take their skill sets and see how you can add to yours.'' Hill credits Wayne for mentoring Canes receivers last spring. (Aldarius Johnson also speaks often with Andre Johnson.)

''The X-factor has been competition,'' Hill said. 'When a guy twists his ankle, and the next guy goes in and scores, he's like, `My ankle doesn't hurt that bad.' They're all looking over their shoulder in a friendly but very competitive way.''

• Byrd said ''it's tough'' to keep all the receivers happy. Redshirt freshman Jermaine McKenzie plays sparingly; injured freshmen Kendall Thompkins and Tommy Streeter will redshirt. ''Earlier in the year, we were making mistakes like not coming out of our breaks, looking back at the play'' instead of blocking, Benjamin said. ''Now we've been doing everything precise. Coach Hill has been on us like crazy.'' Byrd added, ``We're going to be unstoppable. We just need more experience.''

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