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 8 years ago '04        #5101
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? Jacory Harris benefited from a one quarterback system. Harris got in his rhythm in the second quarter. This is why you start a quarterback and stick with him the entire game. Harris had a shaky first quarter, but on his fifth drive of the game, he led UM to a 80-yard touchdown drive that lasted ten plays and took 4:28 off the clock and cut into Cal's lead 14-7. During that drive you could see Harris' confidence rising. Before that touchdown drive, Harris was 1-of-4 for -5 yards. The rest of the game, Harris went 24-of-37 for 199 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Harris looked extremely poised and calm as the game progressed and that can be credited to the confidence he had from knowing he was the quarterback for the entire game.

Run defense is still bad. Miami knew the key to stopping Cal's offense was stopping the run and yet they still struggled to contain Jahvid Best all night. Best finished the game with 186 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries. Miami's defensive players looked hesitant and afraid to take their a.ssigned gaps and make a tackle. They looked like they had no confidence and no understanding as to where they need to be to make a tackle. Miami's defensive line was also dominated by Cal's offensive line. The players looked like they were thinking too much when they were in run support rather than just playing instinctively. Best ran the ball for 106 yards and two touchdowns on ten carries in the first half.

? Sean Spence was Miami's best player on defense. Coach Randy Shannon hinted that he thought many of his true freshmen--including Sean Spence--were playing like they were worn down at the end of the season. Well Spence certainly looked fresh during the Cal game. He was back to making plays all over the field and popping opponents with big hits. Spence is going to be a special player at Miami and he should take a big jump in his development next season after a full year in Miami's weight training program as he allows his body to develop.

? The seniors stepped up.A lot of unheralded seniors made plays against Cal. Tight end Chris Zellner finished the game with 48 yards on eight receptions and was a valuable safety valve for Harris all game. Linebacker Spencer Adkins played well at linebacker when it was his time to be in the game and made some big tackles. Tyrone Byrd lined up at tight end, Romeo Davis forced a fumble in the first quarter and Glenn Cook was his usual steady self. The seniors stepped up in this game and they were a major reason why Miami was able to weather the storm when they were down 14-0 early.

? Lee Chambers is pretty good Redshirt freshman running back Lee Chambers had his best performance of his Miami career against Cal. Chambers came in off the bench and was a huge sparkplug for the offense and a major reason why Miami was able to score on two long drives in the second half. He finished the game with 60 yards on nine carries. Chambers runs with a nice burst and looks like he could be a contributor next season because of his great ability to break runs along the perimeter of the defense. Coming into this game Chambers had just nine carries for 56 yards. His performance in the bowl game should catch the attention of the Miami coaching staff.

? The young corners played well. Freshman Brandon Harris and sophomore DeMarcus Van Dke received a lot of playing time and performed well against Cal's passing attack. Harris was involved in a 74-yard pass that Miami's defense gave up in the first quarter, but that was more the fault of poor safety help and then a poor angle on the tackle by the safety. Van Dke blanketed his receiver all game and this game should serve as a confidence booster heading into the 2009 season.
 8 years ago '04        #5102
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Despite the 24-17 loss to Cal in the Emerald Bowl, freshman quarterback Jacory Harris showed why he should be Miami's quarterback of the future.

Going into the game Harris, and Miami, had all the odds stacked against them.

1.) The distraction of their starting quarterback not participating in the bowl practices and the suspensions of four other teammates.

2.) Heading into the bowl game they were a team that had lost their final two games of the season--which knocked them out of contention to go to the ACC Championship Game and possibly a BCS Bowl.

3.) They were facing a Cal team who basically had a home field for a bowl game and who had won their last two games of the season by a combined 62 points.

4.) Cal also has one of the top secondaries in the country. Coming into the game, Cal ranked third in the country with 23 interceptions on the year, so going up against this defense would be no easy task for Harris.

Despite all of these odds, Harris came out and kept his team focused and he nearly pulled off a formidable upset.

The prospect of a Miami win seemed bleak going into the game, but the will and maturity that Harris played with kept UM in this game.

Harris weathered an early storm with Miami down 14-0 and led UM on multiple long drives that tied the score 17-17 in the fourth quarter.

As the game progressed, Harris better and better and showed why he will be a very productive quarterback. Harris took what the Cal defense gave him and always put his receivers in positions to make plays on his throws.

As for the costly Harris fumble at end of the fourth quarter, I would chalk that up to poor pass protection. Cal linebacker Zack Follett was never touched as he ran around the corner and hit Harris from behind.

Harris showed big time leadership ability and poise with his performance in the Emerald Bowl Saturday night and at this point I wouldn't understand a scenario where he isn't Miami's full-time starting quarterback next season.
 8 years ago '04        #5103
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Senior safety Anthony Redd*ck will not apply for a sixth year at Miami and has concluded his career as a Hurricane.

Redd*ck played in all 13 games this season, starting 11, and finished second on the team with 67 tackles and had three pass break-ups.

He finished his career with with 147 tackles, three tackles for a loss, one forced fumble, four pass break-ups and one interception in 41 games, making 18 starts.

Redd*ck talked to coach Randy Shannon 10 days ago to talk about his decision.

"He came in and said he's going to go and take that next step," Shannon said.

Redd*ck, a 6-foot, 210-pound safety from St. Thomas Aquinas, earned freshman all-American honors in 2004 after recording 73 tackles and an interception.

He played in just one game in 2005 after tearing his ACL in the season opener, played in six games in 2006, and miss the 2007 season after tearing his ACL on his opposite knee in the spring.

2009 Outlook

Fellow senior safety Randy Phillips has shaved off his trademark dreadlocks and is applying for a medical redshirt to come back in 2009.

Vaughn Telemaque, who Shannon said would have started by the fourth game if not for injury, is expected to pass JoJo Nicolas and Ryan Hill on the depth chart.
 8 years ago '04        #5104
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Lee Chambers was a forgotten man coming into the season.

Chambers, 5-foot-10 and 185 pounds, redshirted in 2007 and found himself fifth on the depth chart at tailback heading into the 2008 season.

Graig Cooper came in with Chambers and led the team in rushing in 2007. Chambers' closest friend on the team, Shawnbrey McNeal, received carries throughout the 2007.

It would be a long road to the top for Chambers, who was also behind junior Javarris James and senior Derron Thomas, who combined to rush for 1,893 and nine touchdowns coming into the season.

But Chambers, who hails from Coffeeville, Miss., stood alone for the Hurricanes in the fourth quarter as he carried the ball nine times for 60 yards, while Cooper and James had just two carries between them while they watched from the sidelines.

"(Chambers) has been running the ball pretty well in practice and doing a lot of good things," coach Randy Shannon said. "Lee got hurt in the middle of the season. Him and Javarris got hurt around about the same time and we were lucky Lee was back healthy in the bowl game."

Chambers showed a lot of promise this season when he was given an opportunity and finished his redshirt freshman campaign with 116 yards on 18 carries for 6.4 yards per carry.

He only received carries in three games this year--five for 25 yards against Charleston Southern in the opener and four carries for 31 yards against UCF.

So would Shannon like to get Chambers more involved in 2009?

"Yes, but it's going to be on him," Shannon said. "One thing that you always got to remember about young guys, some guys can handle success and some guys can't. Next year, these young guys, they won't have a chip on their shoulders because we are going to bring in other guys at their positions and that's going to be a deciding factor on guys keep working to get better."

2009 Outlook

James and Cooper are expected to return for the 2009 season while McNeal has decided to transfer.

Chambers should be given an opportunity to play more as he has shown he is capable of reeling off 10-yard runs with ease.

Miami has three running backs, who have given their verbal commitment in the 2009 recruiting class including Bryce Brown, Lamar Miller, and Mike James.
 8 years ago '04        #5105
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Quarterback Robert Marve was suspended for the Emerald Bowl and has been rumored to be considering a transfer.

"Sometime in the near future, me, Robert, and his dad will talk about he wants to do and what can we do to help him get better at the University of Miami and what other options he may want," Shannon said. "Other than that we will talk later on, soon."

When asked if Shannon wants Marve back, he responded, "Yes. You know what, it's amazing that when you get young men, not just Marve, but any young man that goes through tough times and stuff, that's our job to keep helping them.It's like kids, when they screw up, you don't just throw them to the wolves, you keep getting coaching them. You take for instance, Sam Shields. Sam did some things last year, but you look at him now, we stayed with him and we coached him out of it. We was there for him. It's kind of a tough love situation, but that's what we have to be. We have to be parents to them."

Marve, a redshirt freshman from Tampa, Fla., started 11 games for the Hurricanes this season and was suspended twice missing two games. He threw for 1,293 yards and nine touchdowns with 13 interceptions.
I do know that he is frustrated, you have to see what all of your options are. Robert really would be torn if that is the situation because Robert is such a team guy that he has developed quite a bond with a number of his teammates in Miami so that would be a difficult situation for him. for sure.

"At the same time, like all of us with any of our jobs or anything that we do, we have to evaluate our situation and do what is best."
 8 years ago '04        #5106
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The 'Canes were staring victory in the face. After Cal missed a 34-yard field goal, the 'Canes had the ball in the final five minutes with a chance to drive down the field for the winning score and finish their season off on a winning note.

Then Jacory Harris fumbled the ball because Reggie Youngblood failed to touch Zack Follett who was rushing around the end allowing a clean shot to the backside and the Golden Bears were leading 24-17 following a fluke touchdown pass by Nate Longshore to Anthony Miller, a pass that didn't appear to be intended for him.

Yes, that hurt the 'Canes a lot, but that didn't cost Miami the game.

But there was still 2:41 remaining in the game and the 'Canes had one timeout left, only because the 'Canes continued to burn timeouts while playing defense. There is only one team that seems to call timeout after timeout on defense and that's Miami. Watch any other team play around the country and there is no way any of them call as many defensive timeouts as the 'Canes do.

And it came back to haunt them. Not to mention, both defensive timeouts were called on the same California possession which ended up with a field goal that gave them a 17-14 lead.

People may have wanted to blame that on youth earlier this season, but by bowl time, it's the fault of the coaches that this team continues to call timeouts on defense and never seems to be ready on defense.

The 'Canes called four timeouts in the game, two of them were called on defense, the other two called with four seconds to play in the first half and 12 seconds to play in the game.

But with 2:41 to play, instead of having Harris air it out downfield, offensive coordinator Patrick Nix called a run play. Yes, a running play which in turn burned 30 seconds on a drive that needed to go 68 yards and get in the end zone for the 'Canes to force overtime.

It was not the first inexplicable running play that Nix called. He did the same thing when the 'Canes forced a fumble, took possession at the 50 in the first quarter of a scoreless game on the road, and on third and six called a draw to Javarris James who was swarmed for a three-yard loss. Apparently, Cal watched film on Miami because only the 'Canes run the ball in such obvious and needing a pass downs. Miami punted k!lling any chance the 'Canes had to take control of the game and get the lead early.

But going back to that final drive, after the running play, Harris for some reason was only able to find Chris Zellner and Graig Cooper on pass plays, short ones at that. Maybe that's because Miami's play calling didn't have any wide receiver running a crossing route with the chance of breaking something long.

However, after Harris scrambled for five yards with approximately 50 seconds left in the game which was a bad decision on his part (he had been better served just throwing it away) his head coach Randy Shannon left him out there to dry. The 'Canes had one time out left and rather than Shannon signaling for a timeout with between 40 and 50 seconds to play, something that would have given the 'Canes a chance to march the final 50 yards, Shannon didn't signal timeout as Harris tried to call a play. Unfortunately for Harris, his teammates got back to the line of scrimmage so slowly that by the time he threw the ball away for an incomplete pass the 'Canes were left with 12 seconds in the game. Then Shannon called timeout. Huh? Time was far more important than having one timeout left. Game over.

Miami's clock management, for lack of better words, was atrocious as it has been for much of the season which can be directly attributed to Shannon. It happened in the first half as well as the 'Canes took the ball from their own 37-yard line with 1:18 to play in the first half and all three timeouts. Miami didn't call timeout until there were four seconds to play in the first half and the 'Canes with a first down and ten as their own 48-yard line. Again, what is the explanation for this absolutely horrendous clock management?

That's not Harris' fault nor was that Robert Marve's fault when he was at the helm. Decisions like that belong to the head coach in time management and the offensive coordinator in terms of play calling.

Why isn't Miami trying to score instead of running the clock out? It remains mind boggling, but it's a continuation of the coaching gaffes that have plagued this team all season.

This doesn't even begin to talk about the fact Miami still can't stop the run. Two weeks of simply preparing for Cal running back Jahvid Best and the 'Canes gave up 9.3 yards per carry (20 carries for 186 yards and two touchdowns) missing tackles all game as usual, so it leaves you asking questions about whether or not this team is ever really prepared by this staff.
 8 years ago '05        #5107
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 booie4 said:
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Senior safety Anthony Redd*ck will not apply for a sixth year at Miami and has concluded his career as a Hurricane.

Redd*ck played in all 13 games this season, starting 11, and finished second on the team with 67 tackles and had three pass break-ups.

He finished his career with with 147 tackles, three tackles for a loss, one forced fumble, four pass break-ups and one interception in 41 games, making 18 starts.

Redd*ck talked to coach Randy Shannon 10 days ago to talk about his decision.

"He came in and said he's going to go and take that next step," Shannon said.

Redd*ck, a 6-foot, 210-pound safety from St. Thomas Aquinas, earned freshman all-American honors in 2004 after recording 73 tackles and an interception.

He played in just one game in 2005 after tearing his ACL in the season opener, played in six games in 2006, and miss the 2007 season after tearing his ACL on his opposite knee in the spring.

2009 Outlook

Fellow senior safety Randy Phillips has shaved off his trademark dreadlocks and is applying for a medical redshirt to come back in 2009.

Vaughn Telemaque, who Shannon said would have started by the fourth game if not for injury, is expected to pass JoJo Nicolas and Ryan Hill on the depth chart.
Thats crazy. I was glad when we landed him and im guessing he was showing something in practice if this is the case. Cant wait to see him out there next year.
 8 years ago '04        #5108
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good lookin out with the updates, booie
 12-30-2008, 06:28 PM         #5109
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I was pissed when I heard Telemaque went down cause I seen most of his tapes and was anticipating him starting the SS spot next to Philips but hopefully Philips comes back next year and they put 'players' on the field that can tackle at the LB position.
 8 years ago '04        #5110
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Miami Hurricanes give quarterback Marve OK to transfer -- with stipulations...

The Robert Marve saga just got more complicated.

The Hurricanes quarterback was granted a release to transfer on Tuesday, University of Miami sports information spokesman Kerwin Lonzo said. But the release stipulations have infuriated the Marve family, and they intend to f!ght them.

Eugene Marve told The Miami Herald that ``Shannon is trying to bar Robert from playing for any ACC school or any SEC school or any school in Florida. This goes in relationship with his contempt for and arrogance toward my son, Robert.

``Shannon gave him the release with that stipulation. I've never heard of that before. The ACC [ban] is reasonable. The SEC is ridiculous. There are a lot of schools in the SEC that never see Miami. This has gone to a personal attack against my son, and it will not go without challenge. This is a shameful day that Shannon has brought to the University of Miami. This is a shameful day for Randy Shannon and what he represents, and every recruit should watch out for what you're seeing happening to Robert Marve.

``Robert expressed his displeasure and right now we are in our information gathering. We're going to f!ght this tooth and nail. I don't know why Shannon would want to bring this type of disgrace to [UM] and himself in trying to dominate my son and have control over his decision. If he perceived Robert as that big of a threat as a football player he certainly didn't treat him like that.''

Shannon came out with a two-sentence statement in response to the Marves' discontent. ''When Eugene marve speaks he has Robert's welfare in mind, which all fathers should,'' Shannon said. ``I have respect for Robert and wish him nothing but success in the future.''

Marve, who started 11 of 13 games this past season, just completed his redshirt freshman season. He was suspended twice, once for the season opener and once for Saturday's Emerald Bowl in San Francisco. He completed 116 of 213 passes for 1,293 yards and nine touchdowns, with 13 interceptions.

Eugene Marve said Robert requested a release to transfer ``because coach Randy Shannon has shown my son no respect and no relationship, and in turn, there is no trust in anything coach Shannon did. They never had a relationship. Even the first time I talked to him I asked him to support my kid because Robert was constantly saying there was no support for him. He's leaving because of a bad relationship and no trust.''

Marve, who will have to sit out one season per NCAA rules, has interest in playing at Florida, Tennessee and LSU.

If former Heisman Trophy quarterback Tim Tebow stays for his senior season at Florida, Marve would have a year to prepare for the competition between himself and Tebow's current understudy, John Brantley. Brantley, who played in nine games, just completed his redshirt freshman year. He completed 18 of 28 passes for 235 yards and three touchdowns, with one interception.

Tennessee struggled with two quarterbacks who split time: sophomore Nick Stephens (seven games, 63 of 130 for 840 yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions) and junior Jonathan Crompton (eight games, 86 of 167 for 889 yards and four touchdowns, with five interceptions).

The news of Marve's departure came the day after Shannon fired offensive coordinator Patrick Nix. It is unknown whether any other coaches will be fired.


fu*k robert marve and his whole family
 8 years ago '04        #5111
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Get the fu*k outta here with that "he has not shown any respect for my son" bullsh*t. He started his fu*king son all season long despite fu*king up on the field with bone headed plays and having a second string qb who was on a higher level than him. Shannon stuck by Marve like white on rice. Robert Marve broke team rules and got suspended for the bowl game like everyone else. Point blank period.
 12-31-2008, 02:14 AM         #5112
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Lol @ Marve having his dad speak for him on EVERYTHING. I mean it's ok to have your father speak for you every now and then when your a college athlete, but not EVERYTHING.

Why do I get the feeling that this whole situation was fueled by Marve's dad...

Anyways, Marve just go to the Pac-10 or Big Ten, you can have fun there lol

JACORY!

IN SHANNON WE TRUST!
 8 years ago '04        #5113
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His need to go to Memphis or Louisville where the rest of are transfer go.
 8 years ago '04        #5114
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Marve is a bi*ch but y'all are fu*king delusional if you think Shannon has done nothing wrong here. Dude has no fu*king clue how to run a football team. Even with all that talent y'all are looking at 7 and 8 win teams at best during his tenure. Y'all next coach will have a lot of talent to work with that's for sure, Shannon is NOT A GOOD FOOTBALL COACH and if you can't see that you're blind as the fu*k. And now allowing the kid to go to an SEC school is some vindictive sh*t, I could understand not letting him go to an ACC school or UF but come the fu*k on Waahndy Shannon is a crybaby bi*ch.


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 8 years ago '04        #5115
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 1000bluntz said:
Marve is a bi*ch but y'all are fu*king delusional if you think Shannon has done nothing wrong here. Dude has no fu*king clue how to run a football team. Even with all that talent y'all are looking at 7 and 8 win teams at best during his tenure. Y'all next coach will have a lot of talent to work with that's for sure, Shannon is NOT A GOOD FOOTBALL COACH and if you can't see that you're blind as the fu*k. And now allowing the kid to go to an SEC school is some vindictive sh*t, I could understand not letting him go to an ACC school or UF but come the fu*k on Waahndy Shannon is a crybaby bi*ch.
Although he should of specified the schools, and i don't have a problem iwth the SEC ban. They or the Marve's were allegedly contacting him about transferring to their school the last few games of the season. With Florida being one of them.
 8 years ago '05        #5116
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 1000bluntz said:
Marve is a bi*ch but y'all are fu*king delusional if you think Shannon has done nothing wrong here. Dude has no fu*king clue how to run a football team. Even with all that talent y'all are looking at 7 and 8 win teams at best during his tenure. Y'all next coach will have a lot of talent to work with that's for sure, Shannon is NOT A GOOD FOOTBALL COACH and if you can't see that you're blind as the fu*k. And now allowing the kid to go to an SEC school is some vindictive sh*t, I could understand not letting him go to an ACC school or UF but come the fu*k on Waahndy Shannon is a crybaby bi*ch.


Didnt c*m deny James Wilson from transferring outta UF at all? sh*t like this happens everywhere man so just leave the sh*t alone.
 8 years ago '04        #5117
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Didnt c*m deny James Wilson from transferring outta UF at all? sh*t like this happens everywhere man so just leave the sh*t alone.
Different situation, and low and behold Wilson is now extremely happy he decided to stay at UF and will be a star for us. He wanted the pus*y way out and Meyer is making a man out of him. A player of his caliber going to WF from fu*king UF is not going to better himself. Don't be mad because our coach actually has a handle on his team and knows what the fu*k he's doing out there. Shannon look like he got the bubble guts every single time the camera pans on his stupid a.ss face. He's completely in over his head. Did you see that 2 minute drill in the Emerald NUT Bowl for God's sake? Read this and tell me it ain't fu*ked up and don't even give me that sh*t about how of course he's gonna back Marve he was his HS coach. From what I've heard his HS is very high on integrity and isn't one to spout off at the mouth like this:



Plant won't allow Shannon and his staff back on their campus and apparently North Miami Beach won't fu*k with them either because of the Wiggins situation from last year. Shannon is fu*king clueless, y'all best hope he gets sh*t-canned sooner rather than later or the absolute mediocrity will prevail in Coral Gables.


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 8 years ago '05        #5118
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 1000bluntz said:
Different situation, and low and behold Wilson is now extremely happy he decided to stay at UF and will be a star for us. He wanted the pus*y way out and Meyer is making a man out of him. A player of his caliber going to WF from fu*king UF is not going to better himself. Don't be mad because our coach actually has a handle on his team and knows what the fu*k he's doing out there. Shannon look like he got the bubble guts every single time the camera pans on his stupid a.ss face. He's completely in over his head. Did you see that 2 minute drill in the Emerald NUT Bowl for God's sake? Read this and tell me it ain't fu*ked up and don't even give me that sh*t about how of course he's gonna back Marve he was his HS coach. From what I've heard his HS is very high on integrity and isn't one to spout off at the mouth like this:



Plant won't allow Shannon and his staff back on their campus and apparently North Miami Beach won't fu*k with them either because of the Wiggins situation from last year. Shannon is fu*king clueless, y'all best hope he gets sh*t-canned sooner rather than later or the absolute mediocrity will prevail in Coral Gables.
I dont give a fu*k how happy the n*gga is. The point im making is that sh*t like this happens everywhere. And if Urban got a handle on things why is it everytime I look up I see a n*gga been arrested again from UF? Why the fu*k would I be mad about that? U can keep talking about Shannon but he is not the one that is out there losing containment in the 4th qtr and giving up a big 1st down (I think it was Romeo Davis or Cook) or missing blocks that cause Jacory to fumble from getting hit from his backside (Youngblood)

Weiner said Marve ``is not a perfect young man. When we sent Robert there, we sent him to become a better man. We thought Randy and his staff would be people who would do that. That's a dreadful mistake we made.''
To me it sounds like the coach is as much of a dumbass as the Marve's. He was sent there to be made a better man. So when he makes a mistake because he's not perfect, he gets punished. And we all heard Marve say he cant play for coach Shannon.. the reason is because he cant stay out of trouble and is getting punished for the stupid sh*t he is doing. Obviously he dont give a fu*k or else he would learn from past mistakes he made but instead he keeps fu*king up. Shannon cant hold these n*ggas hands and make sure they are on time to class or meetings they have to be responsible for that sh*t themselves.


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 8 years ago '04        #5119
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Let the next OC name dropping begin

University of Miami coach Randy Shannon probably already has someone in mind for his newly vacated offensive coordinator position. But like most coaching searches, there still figures to be plenty of names thrown out there as potential targets and replacements for Patrick Nix in the coming days and possibly weeks.

About 99 percent of them will be wrong. And, obviously, only one will be right. But last night, I figured why not join the fun and start throwing some names out there. After speaking with several guys in the coaching and recruiting business, I came up with this list of names with bios and reasons why they might or might not work in becoming UM's new offensive coordinator.

We all know the situation at UM. This program isn't exactly loaded with money. So, big time spending isn't expected. And the last time Shannon hired a coordinator, he went after a veteran in Bill Young for his defense. He might decide to do the same here. Still, there is no telling right now which way Shannon wants to go this time. But if you listened to coach Patrick Nix last night you gathered what Shannon is ultimately looking for in a coordinator is a coach that doesn't run the spread and rather plays more the traditional Canes' pro-style attack. That being said, you never know. Here's my just for fun potential candidate list broken up by categories.

FORMER CANES
Rob_chudzinskiRob Chudzinski: At the moment, still the Cleveland Browns' offensive coordinator. The 40-year old played at UM and won two national titles in 1987 and 1989 and coached as an a.ssistant (1996-2000) and offensive coordinator (2001-2003) before leaving for the NFL in 2004. He's been Cleveland's offensive coordinator since 2007 and was thought to be on his way to an NFL coaching job before the Browns finished this season 4-12. Now, his future is uncertain after the firing of coach Romeo Crennel. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: Chud has had high hopes of becoming an NFL coach and he makes a lot of money right now in Cleveland. Coming back to coach The U isn't really what you'd think he'd want to do. But you never know.

Bernie Kosar: Has never coached. The 45-year old led UM to its first national title in 1983 and spent 12 years in the NFL, finishing his career asa backup to Dan Marino and the Dolphins. Since retiring, he's gone into the business world as part owner of the Florida Panthers and as a steakhouse owner. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: Kosar's name came up the last time. But with no coaching experience I just can't see it happening. Just too wild.

Ken_dorseyKen Dorsey: Has spent five seasons in the NFL as a backup quarterback after leading the University of Miami to a national title in 2001. He's been the Cleveland Browns backup quarterback since being traded from the 49ers in 2006 and has carried the headset connected to offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: Dorsey's playing days look finished, but I doubt he would come here as an offensive coordinator. Quarterbacks coach? Maybe. Wouldn't it be great to see him coaching Jacory Harris?

COLLEGE VETS AT OTHER PLACES THAT WOULD BE UPGRADES
Chris Klenakis: Currently the offensive coordinator at Nevada, he runs the Pistol offense. The Wolfpack ranked second in the country in rushing and 12th in scoring this season. He's got 17 years of Division I experience and eight as an offensive coordinator. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: I doubt Randy will head out to Nevada to get a guy who runs the Pistol offense.

Jeff Quinn: A 24-year veteran and the right hand man of Cincinnati coach Brian Kelly, Jeff_quinnwho has spent the last 17 alongside him. He served as a.ssociate head coach at Central Michigan and in 2006 the Chippewas ranked 23rd nationally in scoring offense and 32nd in total offense. He's spent the past two seasons at Cincinnati and helped the Bearcats set school records for points, touchdowns, passing touchdowns and finishing 16th nationally in scoring offense in 2007. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: Quinn has been tied to Kelly so long, he doesn't seem the type to leave a good thing now. But maybe Randy could convince him. After all, he's been here preparing for the Orange Bowl since last Friday. And we remember where Randy got his last coordinator don't we.

Steve Logan: The current quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator at Boston College with a long history attached to coach Jeff Jagodzinski. Logan began his college career under Jimmy Johnson in 1980 at Oklahoma State. Logan was East Carolina's coach for 11 seasons from 1991-2002. and developed three NFL quarterbacks -- Jeff Blake, Marcus Crandell and David Garrard. Spent 2007 tutoring Matt Ryan at Boston College after coaching the Berlin Thunder. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: What's the incentive to leave BC, which has played for the ACC title two years in a row, for Miami right now? Not the money because it won't be much more.

John McNulty: The current Rutgers offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach has more than 17 years of NFL and college experience -- mostly as a receivers coach at places like Connecticut, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Dallas Cowboys. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: He was interviewed for the Alabama job before. Looks like he's holding out for a head coaching job somewhere.

STARS IN COLLEGE MAYBE LOOKING FOR A BIGGER CHALLENGE
Dana_holgersonDana Holgerson: Offensive coordinator at Houston. The 37-year old coached receivers at Texas Tech for five years under Mike Leach and helped developed Pro Bowl receiver Wes Welker before moving on and becoming the offensive coordinator where the Red Raiders became one of the best passing teams in the country. In his first season in Houston, the Cougars had the nation's No. 1 total offense, No. 2 passing offense, No. 49 rushing offense and No. 10 scoring offense. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: He left Texas Tech for Houston. Wouldn't UM be an upgrade? Then again, is Randy Shannon going to run the
spread? Probably not.

Tom Herman: Offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at Rice. The young gun has helped the Owls become one of the top scoring offenses and passing offenses in the country with his spread attack. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: Miami tried young and talented and then got rid of Patrick Nix. Plus, the spread at UM -- probably not going to happen.

UNEMPLOYED AND LOOKING
Chuck_longChuck Long: An NCAA Hall of Famer, Long, 45, was the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator from 2000 to 2005 at Oklahoma before leaving for San Diego State in 2006. His career as a head coach lasted three years before he was fired after compiling a 9-27 record. A finalist for the Broyles Award in 2004. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: What better way to set yourself up for another head coaching job by bringing The U back to prominence?

IN THE NFL WITH PLENTY OF PAST EXPERIENCE
David_leeDavid Lee: The Dolphins' current quarterbacks coach and the architect of the Wildcat offense. The 55-year old spent four seasons with Dallas Cowboys as the team's offensive quality control coach and quarterbacks coach in 2005, helping Tony Romo turn from undrafted free agent to Pro Bowler. Was the offensive coordinator in 2007 at Arkansas, helping the Razorbacks average 37.3 points and 450 yards a game. He's got 29 years of experience at the college level -- including five as a head coach at UTEP from 1989-93. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: The Dolphins have a good thing going, but he is right down the road for Randy after all.

Kevin Rogers: The Minnesota Vikings quarterback coach was contacted the last time Miami was looking to fill its OC void. But he passed. He's now in his third year with the Minnesota Vikings as a quarterbacks coach after having spent four seasons at Virginia Tech, three at Notre Dame, seven at Syracuse and and seven more at Navy. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: He's coached Donovan McNabb and Michael Vick. Maybe the thought of coaching Jacory Harris -- or some more money -- might entice him this time around. No. Probably not.

Dirk Koetter: Currently the Jaguars offensive coordinator, the 49-year old Koetter was a
target for Randy Shannon two years ago when he was first looking to fill the position. He's got more than a decade of experience as an offensive coordinator and eight as a head coach at Boise State and Arizona State. The Jags improved from the 10th-best offense to 7th-best in his first season. But after the Jags horrid season maybe the front office will be looking to make changes. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: He passed it up last time in part because of family issues. I don't think that's changed.
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Mike_shulaMike Shula: The son of Dolphins legend Don Shula and the former Alabama head coach, Mike has been the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterbacks coach since 2007. He's 43 years old and has plenty of coaching experience. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN: Might be the perfect veteran guy and a great backup plan. Plus, he'd be home in South Florida. Then again, maybe he wants nothing to do with college football anymore after what happened to him at Alabama.

Bill Musgrave: The 41-year old and current quarterbacks coach coach in Atlanta has specialized in QBs since he began coaching in 1997, touring the NFL with the Eagles, 49ers and Carolina Panthers. Spent two seasons at Virginia from 2001-02 as offensive coordinator before moving on to the same position with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He's been back in the NFL since then as quarterbacks coach with the Redskins and Falcons. He's spent nearly all of his time in the NFL but hasn't really found the right fit. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK: Maybe the road to a head coaching job has to go through a coordinator job in college first? Musgrave might have reasons to consider if asked.

YOUNG AND HUNGRY, BUT SHARING A JOB
Jay Norvell: The co-offensive coordinator at Oklahoma, Norvell has NFL and college experience. Began his career as an offensive line coach from 1989 to 1994 with Wisconsin before moving on to join Dan McCartney's staff at Iowa State where he served as a.ssistant head coach, receivers coach and quarterbacks coach. From 1981 to 2001, he was the wide receivers coach from the Indianapolis Colts where he worked with Marvin Harrison. In 2002, he left for Oakland where he coached tight ends for two seasons and the Raiders left with coach Bill Callahan for Nebraska for three years where he became offensive coordinator. In 2006, Nebraska was one of only two teams to rank in the top 25 in rushing, passing, total offense and scoring offense while running a West Coast style offense. He spent a year at UCLA before joining Bob Stoops in Oklahoma. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK: I'm sure Norvell, a coaching nomad, is going to jump at the opportunity at a head coaching job first before moving laterally to a program struggling.

Herb_hand_tulsa_co_ocHerb Hand: Currently the co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Tulsa where he's spent the past two seasons running the spread, no-huddle offense. The 41-year old was instrumental in helping the Golden Hurricanes led the national in total offense in 2007. He was the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at West Virginia for six seasons before that. His recruiting speciality? Offensive line, junior colleges and the state of Texas. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK: This would be a step up for Hand, who can make a move to a BCS program and have full reigns of the offense. Then again, will Randy like his offense?

Gunter Brewer: Currently in his first season as the co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oklahoma State. Before that, he spent three seasons coaching receivers at OSU and the four before it at North Carolina. Coached Randy Moss before that at Marshall from 1996-99. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK: Comes from Big 12 country, obviously a place Miami needs to recruit. Brewer, however, probably makes good money out there in the Big 12. Not sure UM will match it or give him much more of a reason to leave.

Trooper_taylorTrooper Taylor: The other side of Oklahoma State's co-offensive coordinator job. Taylor spent four years at Tennessee as the a.ssistant head coach/wide receivers and running backs coach. He was a Top 25 recruiter in 2005 and 2007 according to Rivals.com. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK: Taylor's a guy whose recruited South Florida before and probably knows Shannon. He just got out to Oklaoma State and coming to UM would be a lateral move, not a move forward. But maybe Randy could convince him.

YOUNG AND LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO MOVE UP
Billy Gonzales: Florida's current receivers coach and recruiting coordinator who playedfor Urban Meyer at Colorado State and has coached with him. Was recently passed over for the vacant Florida offensive coordinator job by Steve Addazio. Wouldn't it be something if Shannon stole Gonzalez from Urban under his nose? WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK: Gonzalez has never really an offense before and Florida and Urban will do all he can to talk Billy out of it.

Major Applewhite: Only 30 years old, the former Texas quarterback is currently back at Major_applewhitehis alma mater as the Longhorns running backs coach/assistant head coach. He started his career as the quarterbacks coach at Syracuse in 2005 before moving on to be the offensive coordinator at Rice in 2006 and the offensive coordinator at Alabama in 2007. WHY IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK: Was recently passed up as Texas' coach in waiting by defensive coordinator Will Muschamp. Major makes some major bucks and he's in the place he wants to be. But maybe getting passed up recently will encourage him to look elsewhere. Probably the best available candidate.
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