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 8 years ago '04        #5281
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f**k yeah....we on our way baby
 8 years ago '04        #5282
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btw apparently Jacory is #8 on ESPN's heisman list lol

Go Canes!
 09-08-2009, 01:24 PM         #5283
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The obvious has been stated (Secondary and gotta get pressure on the QB), but damn the offense looked good last night!

I feel f**king refreshed or some s**t... Going through Wright/Freeman/Marve.. to see JH tear FSU apart last night was just BEAUTIFUL!

#20.

Let's keep it goin!!!

THE U!
 8 years ago '04        #5284
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anyone when they r gonna replay the game or got a download to the game?

also anyone know where i can get that shirt the girl was wearing that said the U invented swagger? i want that shirt but without the f**king glitter
 8 years ago '05        #5285
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 KiNgJaMeS305 said:
anyone when they r gonna replay the game or got a download to the game?

also anyone know where i can get that shirt the girl was wearing that said the U invented swagger? i want that shirt but without the f**king glitter
ESPN Classic tonight at 8
 8 years ago '04        #5286
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Was i the only one who said "f**k Taylor Cook" when Harris got up holding his shoulder.
 8 years ago '04        #5287
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 8 years ago '06        #5288
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I don't know if anyone has posted something about this, but I'm sure you guys caught it like I did last night, the ESPN 30 for 30 about The U.

 8 years ago '05        #5289
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 booie4 said:
Was i the only one who said "f**k Taylor Cook" when Harris got up holding his shoulder.

f**k sometimes when watching a game live you dont notice s**t...like i didnt know harris was banged up and the injury to aj...like frruck i was completely lost
 8 years ago '05        #5290
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We had a lot of fun this summer counting down the Top 60 players at UM. But now that we're in season, I figured we could keep the theme rolling week-to-week with our very own Player Progress Report.

This Top 10 list will take into account what the players do over the course of the season and what they mean to the team. Injuries are obviously part of the game and the guys who aren't playing could return to the Top 10 once they resume playing.

1. QB Jacory Harris: Provided the type of leadership at quarterback Miami hasn't seen since Ken Dorsey was here. He broke a team record with passing yards against FSU and made every important throw Miami needed him to in the come-from-behind victory. Previous ranking: 2.

2. RB Graig Cooper: Was absolutely electric in his return to special teams, averaging 35.4 yards on five returns. He ran for just 31 yards on seven carries, but scored the winning touchdown and caught another touchdown to help Miami in ints come-from-behind victory against the Noles. Previous ranking: 3.

3. LT Jason Fox: Started his 37th game with a false start, but quickly settled down and helped the Canes protect their quarterback for most of the night. He was also blocking on the side Graig Cooper dashed into the end zone for the winning score. Previous ranking: 4.

4. LB Sean Spence: Rough debut for the ACC's Defensive Rookie of the Year. He had three tackles and got beat for a touchdown. Now, he has to learn how to keep himself in the game even when teams go away from him. Previous ranking: 1.

5. LB Colin McCarthy: Returned from his season-ending shoulder injury a year ago and chalked up seven tackles, second most on the team while battling cramps. Miami's run defense certainly looked a lot better than it did a year ago and McCarthy was a big reason. Previous ranking: 7.

6. DT Allen Bailey: UM's pass rush struggled to get past FSU's stout offensive line. But Bailey was a big reason UM didn't carved up on the ground. He helped stuff the run in the middle and broke through once to sack Ponder before FSU scored on the next play. Still, his value is beginning to show. Previous ranking: 8.

7. DE Marcus Robinson: He made just two tackles but came up with the biggest defensive play of the game when it mattered most, sacking and stripping the ball from Ponder with FSU leading 23-17 and looking to score again at the UM 29-yard line. With Eric Moncur and Adewale Ojomo hurt, his value has shot through the roof. Previous ranking: 11.

8. S Randy Phillips: Miami's secondary had a rough night, but Phillips made plays when he was called upon. He made a diving interception in the end zone before the half and finished third on the team with six tackles. With Vaughn Telemaque and Miami shorthanded with injuries all over its defense, Phillips provided the leadership late when UM's defense needed to make a stop. Previous ranking: 12.

9. WR Travis Benjamin: Even before Aldarius Johnson and LaRon Byrd went down, Benjamin was already making the biggest plays of any Canes receiver. He hauled in a 39-yard touchdown pass to start the game, made a huge third down catch and then put UM in position for go-ahead touchdown on a 40-yard reception at the FSU 2. Big time players make plays... Previous ranking: 17.

10. RB Javarris James: So much for being No. 2 in the backfield. James looked every bit as good as advertised by his teammates. He didn't have a monster night -- 11 carries, 36 yards, 1 TD. But he served notice he's not that slow, injured guy anymore. I especially liked what I saw from him in the passing game as he made two catches for big yards. Previous ranking: 20.

> Knocking on the Top 10 door: CB Brandon Harris (previously 20) and TE Dedrick Epps (previously 19). Harris led UM with nine tackles against FSU and had two pass deflections, including one late in the game to preserve the win. Looks like he's taken the next step and is the Canes best corner. Epps made a nice return with two catches for 46 yards.

> Dropped out of the Top 10: WR Aldarius Johnson (previously 5), WR LaRon Byrd (previously 6), K Matt Bosher (previously 9), OL Orlando Franklin (previously 10). Not easy dropping AJ and Byrd from the Top 10, but they were hurt and now we aren't exactly sure when either will be back. When they do, they can earn their way back into the Top 10. Bosher had a rough day on kickoffs.

> Five on the rise: WR Leonard Hankerson (previously 37), DE Steven Wesley (previously 42), RT Matt Pipho (No. 43), RB Lee Chambers (previously 44), DE Olivier Vernon (previously 45). Hankerson had two drops, but looked improved. Wesley had a nice three yard tackle for a loss. Pipho did a decent job in his first start at right tackle. Chambers is clearly the No. 3 RB and Vernon is without question the most impactful freshman.
 8 years ago '05        #5291
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Bye week comes at perfect time

> Posted by Shandel Richardson on September 9, 2009 11:02 AM
The Hurricanes are off today, and will have seven days to prepare for the Georgia Tech triple-option offense.

Although it's just a week, it seems almost like an eternity for the UM coaching staff. They are used to receiving less time to gear up for an opponent.

"You get opportunities to practice more than 2-3 days on the offense," UM coach Randy Shannon said.

The break comes at the ideal time because the Hurricanes had so much difficulty stopping the Yellow Jackets last year. Remember, they ran for 472 yards in a 41-23 victory that pretty much eliminated the Hurricanes from ACC title contention.

Look for the coaches to use every bit of the added time with hopes of preventing a repeat. They'll also get a look when Georgia Tech faces Clemson Thursday night.

"Players have to understand what you're trying to get done on defense to prevent big plays from happening," Shannon said.

Shannon said the focus will be on the fullback, not reigning ACC player of the year Jonathan Dwyer.

"If you never stop the fullback, you're going to have a long night," Shannon said. "Those guys last year did a great job of running the football ... You have to be sound."

The Hurricanes will likely to place a wide receiver or defensive at quarterback to simulate Georgia Tech's Josh Nesbitt during practice. Still, Shannon said all the preparation in the world won't help the players. He said it takes at least a quarter to become adjusted to playing against the unusual offense.

"You never really get a scout team," Shannon said. "In all my years in chasing the options, including my years as a player, it takes about one quarter to really get caught up because the speed of the linemen coming off the ball ... It's hard to simulate the speed, but you can get an idea."

A few thoughts:

-Don't expect to see kicker Jake Wieclaw on kickoffs. Shannon said he still need some development.
 8 years ago '04        #5292
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LMAOOOOOOOOO @ kyle wright!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
lmao everybody talkin s**t about Nix

that kyle wright message was awesome :lachen001::lachen001:

MARK WHIPPLE:agreement6::agreement6:
 8 years ago '05        #5293
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lmaooo omg pleez tell me thats a fake kyle wright account
 8 years ago '07        #5294
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 8 years ago '04        #5295
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lmao, at Shannon and Houston making an appearance
 8 years ago '04        #5296
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Practice Report: 9/10
Sep. 10, 2009

By: David Lake





Eric Moncur
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- With one week before the Georgia Tech game, the University of Miami started their preparation for the Yellow Jackets this morning.

Read here for the latest news coming out of the first practice since Miami beat Florida State 38-34 Monday Night.

Miami resumes practice tomorrow at 5:45 AM.

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• Sophomore receiver Travis Benjamin had a big game against Florida State, catching four passes for 128 yards and one touchdown. Shannon is interested to see if Benjamin can carry that performance into the Georgia Tech game. “It is the first game. Travis did a nice job and now we have to see what he will do this week with his practice and preparing for Georgia Tech. Has he improved since last year? Yes. Now he did have a big game against Florida State last year and then he faltered off, so now we have to see if he will take that next step and not falter off.”

• Miami plays Georgia Tech next Thursday. Shannon says UM has already started preparing for that game. “We worked on Georgia Tech a little bit, but not that much. We still have to get better, it was fast ones against ones, but in practice we do get a lot of Georgia Tech stuff done.”

• Senior defensive end Eric Moncur did some individual work today and Shannon expects him to be healthy for the Georgia Tech game. “If he keeps progressing he should be ready to go,” Shannon said.

• Safety Vaughn Telemaque participated in today’s practice and Shannon expects him to return for Georgia Tech as well. “The doctors say he should be ready to go. We will find out today when they see the doctor again.” Shannon says he expects cornerback Ryan Hill will meet with the doctors today as well and he is confident Hill will return for Georgia Tech.

• Shannon was pleased with how Jimmy Graham performed in his first college football game against Florida State. “He did pretty decent. He is not where we wanted him to be, but you know coaches always want more, but we are pleased with how his progress is going,” Shannon said. “He did a nice couple of things. When Travis got the touchdown he was in the game at that particular time and ran the correct route and drew attention to him.”

“We ran the ball a little bit with him in the game and he did a nice job of run blocking.”

• The offensive line “did a nice job of protecting,” Shannon said. “That is something you can be proud of because those guys worked hard and I know they can get a lot better. You just jhave to keep pounding away at them and let them know you can’t let them take a day off.”

• Shannon on how the UM defensive line did against FSU: “It was one of those games that both teams were not putting much pressure on the quarterback. The offensive line was doing a great job.”

• The wide receivers did a solid job of blocking in the running game. “They did a good job blocking,” Shannon said. “We had some nice runs and when they are blocking and the corners have to make plays that means we did a good job blocking.”

• Tight end Richard Gordon had his left arm in a sling and did not participate in today’s practice. Cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke also did not participate in today’s practice.


• Wide receiver Kendal Thompkins is playing the role of the quarterback on the scout team this week as UM prepares for Georgia Tech's Wing-T offense.
 8 years ago '04        #5297
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Posted: Today 6:03 PM
Re: Canes start work on Georgia Tech (Manny's Blog)

DaUson wrote: Can someone post it here? Thanks


Canes start work on Georgia Tech

The Miami Hurricanes began preparing for Georgia Tech Thursday morning with a 5:45 a.m. practice on campus before class. Our Susan Miller Degnan was there. Here are a few notes and quotes from the morning.

Eric Moncur > Sixth-year senior defensive end Eric Moncur, who was listed as doubtful for the opener with a groin injury, was back out at practice and participated in individual and team drills. "If he keeps progressing, he should be ready for Georgia Tech," Shannon said.

> Tight end Richard Gordon, who played a big role Monday in blocking schemes, had his left arm in a sling Thursday. "He’s out right now till the doctor says," Shannon said.

> Defensive backs Vaughn Telemaque and Ryan Hill returned to practice and are supposed to see doctors again on Thursday about their injured shoulders. "If they don’t have any aches and pains today then tomorrow they’ll go again," Shannon said. "And if they’re fine, they should be ready to go [for Georgia Tech].

> Shannon grew a little tired of the injury questions after that and when about the status of receiver Aldarius Johnson's injured groin said, "He’s doing OK. Just understand I can’t give you all injuries all the time. You all keep asking about injuries, I’m going to tell you the same answer, he’s ok."

> GRAHAM DID A GOOD JOB AS DECOY: Shannon praised the play of tight end Jimmy Graham, who saw between 15 and 20 snaps and definitely drew the attention of Florida State's defense when he got into the game. "He did pretty decent, not where we wanted him to be. Coaches always want more. But we’re pleased the way his progress is going," Shannon said. "He did a couple of nice things. When Travis got the TD, [Graham] was in the game and ran the correct route. It drew attention to him and then Travis came open."

> MAX PROTECTION PAYS OFF FOR CANES: Florida State coach Bobby Bowden praised UM's new offensive coordinator Mark Whipple in the ACC Teleconference Wednesday for the new wrinkle he used to give Jacory Harris more time to throw in Monday's win over the Seminoles. "They did something most people don't do," Bowden said. "Most people send out five eligible receivers. Miami sent out three and used the others to block. That was pretty darn smart. That made it difficult to get to the passer. We couldn't get to the darn guy and he ripped us apart."

Shannon talked about the tactic briefly Thursday. "All it is is you send three guys on routes -- that’s all," Shannon said. "Everybody does it. They got to max protect where they’ll keep the tight end and fullback in and you just send three receivers out on routes. That’s all it is. Protection wise you need to do certain things when you see people starting to blitz."

Harris told me on Monday night: "We didn’t even run most of our offense. We kind of repeated our stuff."

> SHIELDS CHALLENGED: Sam Shields knew FSU was going to come after him in his first collegiate start on defense. And he's lucky he caught a few breaks. Twice, he nearly got beat deep on blown coverages, but caught breaks when FSU receivers weren't able to hold onto the ball. On another play, he was lucky referees didn't call him for pass intereference when he had his back to the passer and face guarded the receiver. Shields said he knows he has to improve.

"I kind of knew that [I’d be tested by receivers] before the game started, before the season started," said Shields, who saw a lot of time in Monday's game after cornerback Demarcus Van Dyke left with an injury. "Receivers going to the corner, they look at that and they're like, we can go at that guy and feel like they can make plays on me. I have to have confidence and say nobody going to make plays on me. That’s one of my goals."

> COOPER'S TRIUMPHANT RETURN TO SPECIAL TEAMS: Graig Cooper's big day returning kicks against Florida State was no surprise to his teammates. Of handling the kickoffs, Cooper said Thursday: "Whenever I get the ball in my hands I’m going to try to do the best I can with it. It’s natural. It’s an instinct. That’s all it is."

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Can't wait til GT. :greetings10:
 8 years ago '04        #5298
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Practice Report: 9/11
Sep. 11, 2009

By: David Lake





Josh Holmes
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The Miami Hurricanes returned to practice this morning as their preparation for Georgia Tech continues.

Georgia Tech played last night and beat Clemson 30-27.

Miami will return to practice Sunday afternoon.

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• Coach Randy Shannon says simulating the speed that Georgia Tech runs the triple option is the toughest part in preparing for their offense. “All you can do is run the plays. You are not going to get the full speed as far as the linemen and things like that. You got to try and get the speed, but the speed is something you never can simulate. If you get the plays running at ¾ of the speed by game time then you are doing alright. You just can’t make it that half speed. We make it that full speed live and all the cutting is involved in it and everybody has to carry out their a.ssignment.”

• When asked about last year‘s 41-23 loss to Georgia Tech Shannon says the team is different going into this year‘s game. “Don’t even think about it,” Shannon said of last year’s game. “Last year was a different type of team and a different situation. Last year was a young team and a lot of blown a.ssignments in that game and a lot of things that happened, but we didn’t react and respond. With this football team it is a lot different and it showed with the way we tackled against Florida State. We still missed some tackles, but we still have a lot of things we have improved on that we can think about and get better.

• Shannon did not watch the win by Georgia Tech last night. He won’t watch that game until he receives the game film. “No I didn’t watch it,” Shannon said. “We will have a lot of film to watch when it comes in today or tomorrow, so we will be watching the next three or four days. You can’t really see anything on TV copy. When you get the game copy you can see everything.”

• Shannon on the ACC games being tough every week. “I said this a long time ago, that everybody will beat up on each other and that is the hardest thing about the ACC conference--you never know. That is why you have to treat it like it is one of those NFL games that you better come with you best game because if not and you are probably going to lose that game.”

• A big key for the Miami defense against Georgia Tech is that the defensive tackles get a push up the middle of the offensive line. “It comes down to the defensive tackle has to get a lot of pressure and a lot of push up the middle with what we call the hump,” Shannon said. “If you can get the quarterback to hump backwards it screws up the pitch and fullback relationships. If you get the quarterback to make the hump, then it is going to be a long night. That is why those guys inside are so valuable.”

• Shannon on the play of Allen Bailey: “Everything he has done is for the betterment of the team and he is a good football player. He is doing a lot of good things mixing it up, but he still has a ways to go and we are excited about his progress and the way it is going.”

• Defensive tackle Josh Holmes recovered a fumble against Florida State and his ability to get penetration on an offensive line will be key against Georgia Tech. “Josh Holmes has done a great job of playing,” Shannon said. “He made a great play in the game against Florida State. He got a lot of push. He isn’t a senior yet, but he is one of the veteran guys that the guys look up to because he is smart.”

• Shannon on the growth of Brandon Harris from year one to year two: “He is a guy that has a lot of confidence in himself. When you see him come back and he responds on some plays in the game that got him and he makes plays in the game that you get excited about. One thing about Brandon is that he will never rely on what he has done in the past. He did some things against Florida State that he knows he needs to get better on. He will fix them and we are excited about them.”

• Cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke and wide receiver Aldarius Johnson did not practice today due to injuries.
 8 years ago '05        #5299
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is it me or the canes helmets new...like the U is glittery now
 09-12-2009, 12:51 PM         #5300
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 Deeangoe said:
is it me or the canes helmets new...like the U is glittery now
I noticed the same thing, I think it was early in the game when they zoomed on Jacory.

I wouldn't say glittery, but it's shiny now.
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