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 8 years ago '04        #6901
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Practice Report: 8/13
Aug. 13, 2010

By: David Lake





Storm Johnson
CORAL GABLES, Fla. --- The Miami Hurricanes returned to practice this morning at 8 a.m. after having yesterday off.

Miami, who is having their first two-a-day practice of the fall, will return to the field at 3:45 p.m.

“On two a days you get a little cat nap and then you get back at it out here,” Shannon said of the in between time during two-a-days.

Read on for more news and notes coming out of today’s morning practice.

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RANDY SHANNON OPENING STATEMENT

“Today was the first day of two-a-days. We got a lot of good practice today and came out here at eight o’clock. We got the heat involved which was good and did some live tackling, which was great to keep their minds in tune and keep them mentally tougher after a scrimmage. They understand you have to come out and practice full speed in every practice. I liked the enthusiasm on this football team and we will be able to tell a lot by the way they come back this afternoon”

NEWS & NOTES

• One area Shannon was particularly pleased with after the scrimmage was on kick return. Storm Johnson and Eduardo Clements each had big kick returns of over 40 yard during the scrimmage. “The special teams play was good because I think we found some guys who can do some things on special teams with our punt game and our kickoffs,” Shannon said.

• Shannon discussed what he particularly looks for in the first scrimmage of the fall. "On defense you look for busts, loafs, and missed tackles," Shannon said. "On offense you want to see who is turning the ball over, loafs, and mentals and then you grade it from there. You want to see a guy knowing his a.ssignment, playing hard, and not turning the ball over."

• Wide receiver Aldarius Johnson had a strong scrimmage as well, catching three passes for 56 yards and one touchdown. “He made some good catches, but he still has to improve on his blocking,” Johnson said. “That is the one thing if you are going to be a complete receiver that when it is time to block and get on the safety or corner for a run play, we need him to do that. We expect a lot more out of him and he knows it and he is improving his blocking, but he knows he needs to get better.”

• Backup quarterback Alonzo Highsmith with 5-of-6 for 76 yards and one touchdown in the scrimmage. Shannon says he has seen a big improvement from Highsmith this fall. “He is a whole lot better,” Shannon said. “He is taking snaps and not fumbling snaps and he knows all the formations. He is a year into the system and he is a more mature player and has a better understanding of the offense and defense. He has improved a lot and continued to grow.”

• Shannon on the play of Seantrel Henderson in the scrimmage: “He did alright. He is still learning and developing. He is a very competitive, smart, and enthusiastic type of kid and the more you see him participate, the better he gets.”

• Senior Kylan Robinson continues to impress coach Shannon this fall. “If the season started today, he would be the starting middle linebacker,” Shannon said. “We have confidence in him and we are excited about his progress.”

• Redshirt freshman safety Jamal Reid practiced for the first time this fall camp after missing the first week of practice while attending to his academics from summer school.

• Cornerback Brandon McGee appeared to be the only player who was held out of practice on Friday, after Wednesday’s scrimmage. “For the most part, there is nothing serious [with injuries],” Shannon said. “It is things where guys will be back in a day or two.”

• Junior quarterback Spencer Whipple is working as the team’s holder on field goals at this time.

 8 years ago '05        #6902
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Aug. 14, 2010
Coral Gables, Fla. - Practice No. 10 Saturday morning for the University of Miami football team saw the `Canes challenging each other to be better along with head coach Randy Shannon who wanted his players to be sharp coming off their first two-a-day Friday. The Hurricanes worked for nearly 2 ½ hours on the Greentree Practice Fields taking more time working on 11-on-11 drills from third down blitz , inside run and red zone action.
The Hurricanes have another 8 a.m. practice session Sunday morning before holding the second two-a-day of camp on Monday.

`Upperclassmen Continue to Lead
As has been the theme for much of camp, older more experienced players have taken the time to coach up the younger players. During last Saturday's Season Ticket Holder and UM Employee practice, there was a moment when redshirt junior safety JoJo Nicolas and junior cornerback Brandon Harris had freshman Kacy Rodgers on the sideline showing him how to read certain formations.
Today's practice saw senior linebacker Colin McCarthy taking his turn. McCarthy was approached by junior Jordan Futch, who needed some help understanding a defensive call to make sure he was doing his job properly. McCarthy, the most experienced player on the defense since coming in 2006 when head coach Randy Shannon was still coaching linebackers, explained to Futch where he needed to be.

McCarthy, who watched the 3rd Down Blitz drill from behind the defense like most of the coaches do, took it one more step further when he helped linebacker coach Micheal Barrow explain in more detail to the younger linebackers some of the calls during a break.
It's obvious this season that the juniors and seniors know how special of a season it could be for the `Canes. The senior leadership has been on point thus far this camp. Offensive tackle Orlando Franklin met with media members after practice Saturday and his message was it's their job to be a good example for the younger players.
"I put a lot of pressure on myself because I have to step up," Franklin said. "I've been here the longest, have the most snaps, have to do what I can to get better. I've been working hard at it, showing these young guys how to do it."

West Miramar Panthers Pay a Visit
For the second consecutive day, a member of the South Florida Youth Football League paid a visit to the Hurricanes' football practice. On Saturday, the West Miramar Panthers (90-pound division), under the direction of first-year head coach and former Hurricanes' football student-athlete Mike Rumph (1998-2002), stopped by and watched the `Canes. Afterwards, the `Canes signed posters and other paraphernalia for the Panthers.

Encouragement from All Around
From the sidelines, several Hurricanes players could be heard yelling at their teammates to keep hustling, well after plays had ended. The enthusiasm was for the `Canes to jog and keep hustling back to the line and to huddles after the play, and to continue to go full-steam at 100 percent from the start-to-end of practice.

Shannon Gets Into Action
Head coach Randy Shannon did more than deliver messages on Saturday. He got involved by showing players, especially on defense, where to be in several defensive schemes/packages. Shannon was seen on the field positioning players and enforcing his enthusiasm for players to remain focused through the play, and for the cornerbacks and safeties to come up and make hits against the run - both on the blocking receivers and fullbacks.

Defensive Highlights
- Defensive back Cory Nelms had a breakup in early 9-on-9 action.
- Olivier Vernon had good rushes and a sack on quarterback Stephen Morris.
- Adewale Ojomo had a tackle-for-loss in early 9-on-9 play.
- Linebacker Sean Spence forced and recovered a fumble.
- Along the defensive line, Curtis Porter and Micanor Regis had good surges through the offensive line.
- Ramon Buchanan and Andrew Smith were filling holes from their linebacker positions. Buchanan had an interception in 7-on-7 action.
- Kacy Rogers and Buchanan combined for a tackle-for-loss.
- JoJo Nicolas stayed with a play late and stripped the ball downfield.
- Olivier Vernon was covering outside runs well early-on.
- The linebacker and defensive back units were attacking the ball after catches, forcing fumbles with strips.
- Marcus Forston and Ojomo were good early-on with rushes on the quarterback, surging through the offensive line.
- Curtis Porter and Regis had good bursts through the line for tackles in the backfield.
- The defensive line had good rush defense against right side of the offensive line late in practice.

Offensive Highlights
- In early 9-on-9 play, the quarterbacks were finding open receivers in a variety of areas. Alonzo Highsmith hooked up with Aldarius Johnson for a long pass play of more than 40 yards. Highsmith was accurate in 7-on-7 action, finding several receivers and running backs with his reads.
- Running back Storm Johnson had several long runs in his time on the field, finding and reading his blocks in 9-on-9 action.
- Storm Johnson also broke away from several tackles.
- Running back Damien Berry had a long run early in practice.
- The offensive line was pulling in 11-on-11 play, allowing many clean runs by the running backs.
- Jacory Harris hooked up with Mike James across the middle for a long touchdown.
- Wide receiver Tommy Streeter had a huge downfield block on Devont'a Davis.
- Offensive linemen Seantrel Henderson and Jared Wheeler were good along the right side with good protection of the quarterbacks.
- The offensive line versus defensive line battle between Wheeler (offense) and Marcus Robinson (defense) was great action in team plays towards the end of practice.
- Redshirt freshman offensive lineman Jermaine Johnson held his position and gave quarterback Spencer Whipple great protection in his time on the gridiron.
- LaRon Byrd and Brandon Washington combined with blocks on a reverse that allowed a long run for Kendal Thompkins.

 8 years ago '04        #6903
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Practice Report: 8/14
Aug. 14, 2010

By: David Lake





Chase Ford
CORAL GABLES, Fla. --- The Miami Hurricanes returned to practice this morning at 8 a.m. after the first two-a-day practice of fall camp yesterday.

The Hurricanes practiced for roughly two and-a-half hours on Saturday, which was a tough test after the demanding two practices on Friday.

Read on for more news and notes coming out of today’s morning practice.

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RANDY SHANNON OPENING STATEMENT

“We bounced back pretty good this morning. The guys were pretty enthused and we had to get the guys cranked up a little bit, so we did a little bit of conditioning before we started practice to get the blood flowing. We just ended with the receivers and defensive backs going through blocking drills which was good.”

NEWS & NOTES

• Shannon compared where the team is right now at this point in fall camp to where the team was last year at the same point: “We are a lot better now. At the tight ends, Richard Gordon is a lot farther along and he is about the same where Dedrick Epps was. Chase Ford is a lot better than where Jimmy Graham was because of what he has been doing in practice with the running game and blocking and his receiving ability has been impressive. On offensive line and defense we are executing very well. The thing we have to emphasize on defense is the linebackers. We have guys that are doing good, but we need some other guys to step up. Overall we are getting better.”

• TE Chase Ford continues to remind Shannon of former Hurricane great Jeremy Shockey. “He was the MVP of that Texas [JUCO] League and when you are the MVP of a league and play tight end, that tells you a lot about him. We knew about his athletic ability and toughness and we just wanted to see his learning ability and tell him it was time to go. We are happy to have him and if he keeps progressing the right way we will be alright at tight end.”

• Ford has impressed Shannon with his blocking ability too. “He is good at blocking right now. He is going to be a lot stronger four games into the season. We know that is going to be one of his weaknesses, but he is a tough kid and he knows how to use his body.”

• Blocking is an area Shannon is emphasizing with the wide receivers during fall camp. “We told them you are receivers, but you have to block and open those holes for the running backs too. We don’t want them to think that receivers are here to just catch deep balls and be passive in the running game. We have to be physical in the running game.”

• RB Graig Cooper has participated in 9-on-9 full contact drills the last two days at practice. “He had contact, but it was just like him getting bumped and stuff like that,” Shannon said. “We are going to ease him and Jordan Futch in. He may take a shot in the open field, but he still has to get used to it.” According to Shannon, neither Cooper or Futch will participate in any scrimmages this fall.

• S Ray Ray Armstrong has made strides since last year, but he still needs to improve his consistency. “He is doing well,” Shannon said. “He needs to be a lot more consistent and he knows that. I am very pleased with him. A couple of days ago he made some plays that showed what he can do. We are looking for him to keep progressing to give us a chance to win some games.”

• C Shane McDermott has gotten his weight up to 285 pounds and added a lot of strength since the spring. “For all offensive and defensive linemen it is the strength because they are not used to pounding against 300 pounders,” Shannon said. “In the spring, he was learning but since then he has gotten his strength up and we are very enthused about him.”

• OL Orlando Franklin is currently at the lowest weight of his UM career. Franklin arrived at UM weighing 315 and got up to 345 at one point in his career. He currently weighs 310 pounds.

• Franklin has been impressed with freshman OL Seantrel Henderson: "The first two days he was out there running around like a chicken with his head cut off, but you can see he’s actually getting and knows what he’s supposed to do now. I’m real excited to see where that kid is going to be in a year."

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Keep em commin, keep em commin


 08-15-2010, 12:22 PM         #6905
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OU and Miami are Top 2 for Skyline LB Anthony Wallace
August 12, 2010

DALLAS - Following his initial visit to Norman with friend and teammate Franklin Shannon, Anthony Wallace began receiving even more attention and hype than that which already surrounded him. The Skyline-duo were at one time raving about their visit to Norman, and the future looked promising as the Sooners tried harder to land their third and fourth Skyline prospects since the 2010 class.

While Shannon and Wallace were at one time thought to be a package deal, Shannon went ahead and made his commitment to Oklahoma in late May without his teammate. Rumors said that Wallace was nearing a commitment, but as the summer went on Wallace became more and more of a ghost to the media.

Oddly enough, the nation's No. 4 inside linebacker was not standoffish at all when approached at Skyline's practice on August 11. While naturally quiet and reserved, Wallace was not trying to avoid anyone, he said, but had just been without a phone for awhile. "It's pretty much the end of summertime and I'm putting the recruiting thing on hold right now," Wallace announced. "I'm just trying to focus on getting ready for the season."

This may come as somewhat of a surprise as Wallace's original intentions were to commit before the football season started in late August. Those intentions, however, look to no longer be the game plan. The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder said his original goal was an honest one, but he has found himself at a crossroads between a few schools that he is still examining and two that remain at the top above all the rest. "That was the plan, you know, to commit before I started my senior year. As soon as I get everything situated and find the best fit is when I'll make my decision," he explained. "I'm still looking at Arkansas, USC and Oregon, but OU and Miami are my top two. I'm just trying to find the right fit, because they're all good schools. I'm just trying to find the best fit for me."

Just because the Sooner media base has not been able to get a hold of Wallace does not mean that the Sooner coaching staff was out of the loop as well. Wallace admitted that he and the coaches had found ways to talk a lot lately, mainly through email and Facebook. "I've been talking to coach Brent Venables a lot lately. He's pretty much just been talking to me about school and everything and about me coming down and working out before the season starts. I'm going to go up there (to Norman) and visit, that'll be my last stop before the season starts."

Along with the coaching staff, Wallace has also managed to stay in touch with some Skyline veterans; wide receiver Joe Powell and linebacker Corey Nelson. "I've been talking to them. They've just been saying if you're not ready to work then don't come to OU," he said laughing. "They said that's all they do is just work." "I've been talking to Corey more. He said pretty much the same thing; it's hard work. He said that Coach Venables will make you better, though, and stuff like that. He said he really likes it."

The two Skyline alumni are not the only two Sooners that have been talking to the linebacker in an attempt to sway his commitment to Oklahoma. One Sooner-to-be is providing his support as well. "Wallace? Oh yeah, I've still been talking to him about OU and I've been trying to get him up there," Shannon said after practice. "He's just saying he's going to make his decision when he's ready. He hasn't really told me the one (out of Miami and OU) he likes the most. I hope it's OU."

With the summer winding down and Skyline set to take the field in their season opener on August 28, the reality of Wallace deciding on one program before the season begins is looking slimmer. Ironically, Wallace does not seem to be in any rush. Attribute that to his cool and collected manner, but the young linebacker did not voice any hurry in committing to any program before a certain date. "I'm not on any timetable," he said. "You can't put a time on trying to find the best fit. It's a four year, really a 30-year, decision, because it's after football and college and into your career that you've got to consider."

 8 years ago '05        #6906
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Aug. 15, 2010

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CORAL GABLES, Fla. - The red zone was the focus of the 11th practice of fall camp for the University of Miami football team in sweltering conditions as Sunday morning's heat index reached as high as 101 degrees.

With the second two-a-day session looming, the Hurricanes spent nearly all of their 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 work in the red zone during the two-hour practice.

Built Ford Tough
Junior transfer tight end Chase Ford made three grabs today in the red zone. However, no catch on the day was as impressive than when Jacory Harris delivered a perfect pass low and away from double coverage into the diving hands of Ford.

Making the Right Reid
Defensive back Jamal Reid is listed as 6-1, but on a deep pass down the sideline, the Mayo, Fla. native out-jumped the 6-5 Tommy Streeter to break up Stephen Morris' pass. Later in the practice, Reid forced a fumble that was eventually recovered by the defense.

Unsolicited Academic Praise For LaRon Byrd & Jake Wieclaw
Being a student-athlete, and especially a college football player, is at least a full-time job... AND we don't give these college kids enough credit, especially the players that excel in the classroom.

So when an email like the one below comes to a.ssistant Director of UM Academics Chris Doell it should to be publicized and LaRon Byrd and Jake Wieclaw deserve the spotlight.

Special thanks to Dr. Joy H. Beverly for allowing us to share her kind words... We will let her email tell the rest of the story.


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Offensive Highlights
- Travis Benjamin picked up a modest gain on a reverse, fueled by a crushing pancake block by OL Jermaine Johnson.
- TE Chase Ford grabbed a pair of 20-yard touchdowns in red zone 7-on-7 drills.
- Storm Johnson and Damien Berry each broke through the defense for long touchdown runs.
- Lamar Miller and Travis Benjamin collected blitz busting passes for long scores of their own.

Defensive Highlights
- On back-to-back plays, LB Colin McCarthy had a tackle-for-loss and LB Sean Spence came in unscathed for a sack.
- Pressure from the defensive line led to interceptions by defensive backs Keion Payne and Vaughn Telemaque.
- Linebackers Kylan Robinson and Jimmy Gaines each squared-up running backs for tackles-for-loss in blitz packages.
- To close out the practice, DL Marcus Forston picked-off a pass on a zone blitz and LB Kevin Nelson dove to break-up a pass to the running back.

 8 years ago '04        #6907
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 P. Dedos said
1.st off wallace i like him hope we get em


2nd off great news that chad ford is making amazing plays out there

if we get a tight end beast woww
Don't sleep on J. Reid


My n*gga Ray Ray needs to keep watching his steps cuz Reid ain't playing no f**king games. I don't wanna see bum a.ss Jo Jo Nicholas at any of the safety positions

 8 years ago '07        #6908
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chase ford out there gettin it in

Cleveland must be getting no burn. Because I think hes gonna be a good one to.

Good to hear the defense is flying around.

 8 years ago '05        #6909
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 Cap Peeler said
Don't sleep on J. Reid


My n*gga Ray Ray needs to keep watching his steps cuz Reid ain't playing no f**king games. I don't wanna see bum a.ss Jo Jo Nicholas at any of the safety positions
yea ray ray need to step up...they sayin he might come in and make a big play/big hit and then give up a big play to the offense

and also not sure if my boy was bulls**tting or not...but my boy who works at the um hospital said laron byrd was there yesterday cuz he injured his knee in practice, season ender potentially

 8 years ago '07        #6910
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 Deeangoe said
yea ray ray need to step up...they sayin he might come in and make a big play/big hit and then give up a big play to the offense

and also not sure if my boy was bulls**tting or not...but my boy who works at the um hospital said laron byrd was there yesterday cuz he injured his knee in practice, season ender potentially
Damn, that would be a muthaf**ka to lose bryd for the season, I had big expectations for him. Hope that news is a false alarm

 8 years ago '07        #6911
Kinglew88 14 heat pts14
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No not byrdddddddd

we deep at WR tho....but it still hurts

 8 years ago '04        #6912
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yeah the depth at WR is not a big issue but still losing Byrd is not something i'd want. He's got 2 years under his belt and one of our best receivers as well... slacked off last year but he was coming back with a vengeance for this one... don't wanna lose him at all

 8 years ago '04        #6913
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Practice Report: 8/15
Aug. 15, 2010

By: David Lake





Mike James
CORAL GABLES, Fla. --- The University of Miami returned to practice Sunday morning at 8 a.m. for the 11th practice of fall camp this year.

This is the time of fall camp where the real grind begins and the starters start to separate themselves from the rest of the pack.

Read on for the news and notes to come out of today’s practice.

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RANDY SHANNON OPENING STATEMENT

“We did some red-zone work going in and keep working on offense and defense with the offense scoring points and the defense making stops in the red-zone. We got to find a way to create turnovers in there or get away with three points. That was the big emphasis of the day. We worked on third down and long situations too today. Sometimes you have to get your third downs to where it is a fourth down and one or two and then you maybe go for it or you go punt. We started off fast today, slowed down in the middle, but we ended up fast. We have to stay focused and go through the process of getting better every day and finishing fast.”

NEWS & NOTES

• Shannon says he has not really seen any real separation from any of the players at wide receiver and running back at this point, but he says that just illustrates the depth and competition UM has at those positions. “Not really, but that is a good thing. You still have guys competing and learning and trying to get on the football field and be a part of this team. The more that you have those guys not making that separation, the better football team you have. Nobody is staying the same. It goes back and forth on who does what in practice and that is a good thing because defensively you will take some guys out and then another guy has to step up.”

• RB Mike James has received a lot of reps with the first team this fall and Shannon has been impressed with his progression so far. “He brings versatility,” Shannon said. “He is a tough guy who will work hard and he is a guy that no matter what happens, when his number I called, he is going to execute and do his job. He is a guy that a lot of guys on the team look up to because he works hard.”

• Senior OL Orlando Franklin is very focused this fall camp. The proof: Franklin has gotten his weight down to 310 pounds and he is living in the dorms during camp. “Orlando always plays good when he is under 313 pounds or so,” Shannon said. “When he is under that weight, he is unbelievable. He can move and do all the things that you want him to do. Some guys want to stay in the dorms during camp and that is just something we do and whatever those guys need to do to get focused, we let them do.”

• Shannon on freshman RB Storm Johnson: “He is a lot better than he was in January and we are excited about his progress. He is working on kickoff return as a return guy, but the running back position is very competitive right now and they are all giving us opportunities to see who is going to be the guy. It bounces back and forth with all the guys, but that is the versatility you need at running back because then you can ride the guy that is hot that day.”

• Safety Jamal Reid returned to practice this week after missing the first week of camp because he had to attend to some academic issues. Shannon says Reid has gotten the message now that academics are important and that he not missed a beat on the field during the second week of camp. “He is back into full speed now and he is feeling good and bouncing around,” Shannon said. “He is not lost and that is that is the great thing because he has been around and understands the system. The more that we keep going, the better he is going to be. We will evaluate more about him from the scrimmage this week.”

 8 years ago '04        #6914
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Practice Report: 8/16
Aug. 16, 2010

By: Christopher Stock





LaRon Byrd
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The Hurricanes completed the first of two practices on Monday for their second two-a-day of the fall.

The team was in full pads with the emphasis on redzone and third-down plays for their 12th practice of the fall.

"We got off the field fast today," coach Randy Shannon said. "There wasn't no mistakes, it was short, it was crisp. We didn't have no repeats, which was good, it shows that we are staying focused through these tough times."

The afternoon practice, which begins at 3:45, will be focused on passing.

“We will do a lot of pass drills, play-action pass, a lot more pass emphasis,” Shannon said. “Pass rush, working on protecting the quarterback, and see who can rush the quarterback and stop guys from getting to the quarterback.”

News & Notes

Morning Updates

• WR LaRon Byrd did not practice today as he left Sunday’s practice early with an injury. Byrd was seen on crutches with a brace on his left leg. He was scheduled to have an MRI on Monday, but Coach Shannon is keeping the results and the severity of the injury unknown. When asked if Byrd was at practice, Shannon replied: “He’s doing fine. I told you guys the other day that some guys are nicked, we are going to sit him out.” Shannon did confirm that Byrd would not practice in the afternoon. Byrd has been running with the second team most of the fall as Travis Benjamin has taken his spot on the first unit alongside senior Leonard Hankerson. This injury is something that will be continued to be monitored until the severity is released.

• Shannon noted that LBs Colin McCarthy and Sean Spence would not practice every day this fall to give them a break. "It is like the NFL," Shannon said. "Colin McCarthy is not going to practice every day. Sean Spence won’t too."

• Starters will not be announced until the game, Shannon says. "The best guys play. That is the greatest thing about competition because you don’t have to worry about it. I have seen guys the night before the game against West Virginia, it was Scott Covington who broke out in hives the night before a game and Ryan Clements had to be a starter. Things happen and you have to adjust,” Shannon said.

• CB Brandon McGee still is not practicing, but was at practice in his jersey. The reason is unknown why he is out.

• This spring, the coaches began game-planning on their first four opponents of the season—Florida A&M, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, and Clemson. “We did most of the game planning during the spring, because everybody stayed the same with the coordinators and everybody," Shannon said. "We will really start practicing on it five to six days out of FAMU."

• Miami will hold their second scrimmage of fall camp on Wednesday. Shannon puts a lot of emphasis on the scrimmage evaluations because it is game like situations. “The scrimmage is most important because it is game type situations and guys have to stay focused with the mentals and busts. When it is inside run, there is no passing and on 7-on-7 there is no running. Those are the easy things. It is when you mix it up that you have to focus,” Shannon said.

Afternoon Updates

• Junior Lee Chambers has been moved from running back to cornerback. This move comes as a result of the depth at tailback and the lack of depth at cornerback. Chambers has good speed, which gives him a shot to be productive, but it's doubtful he'll have much of an impact the way Sam Shields did a year ago. Chambers (5-10, 192) has played in 14 games for the Hurricanes at running back the last two seasons, rushing for 272 yards and one touchdown on 60 carries.

• WR Kendal Thompkins is one of the 8-10 guys being looked at as the team's punt returner. In our opinion, Thompkins would be the best option as he is the quickest, most elusive player to fill this role. If the coaches feel comfortable with him, he could be a great a.sset. If not, they could turn towards a more experienced safer pick. In talking with Thompkins, he's very excited about the possibility and wants this role.

• S Jamal Reid is glad to be back on the practice field and made an impact on the first day of practice as he recorded an interception after missing the first week. He's battling for playing time at a position that has plenty of options.

• S Ray Ray Armstrong made a nice interception at the beginning of practice, but was tackled by walk-on OL Eduardo Lopez, which drew praise from his offensive line teammates.

• CB DeMarcus Van Dyke had a pass break-up in the endzone during a redzone drill, but celebrated as if it were an interception. Hopefully he'll be celebrating interceptions during the season as pass break-ups should be a formality for the senior.

 8 years ago '04        #6915
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Chambers Switches Positions
Aug. 16, 2010

By: InsideTheU.com Staff





Lee Chambers
Junior Lee Chambers has a new position going into his fourth season at Miami.

Today, Chambers was switched from running back to cornerback.

Chambers (5-10, 192) has played in 14 games for the Hurricanes at running back the last two seasons, rushing for 272 yards and one touchdown on 60 carries.

At Coffeeville (MS) High School, Chambers played linebacker and safety his senior season, making 57 tackles, one sack, and returned one interception for a touchdown.

Last season, Miami switched another offensive player to defense when receiver Sam Shields moved from wide receiver to cornerback. Shields played in 12 games for the Hurricanes last year, making 41 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and two pass break-ups.

Chambers' move from offense to defense illustrates the depth and confidence the Miami coaching staff has in their young running back corps. The running backs are led by veterans Damien Berry and Graig Cooper while sophomore Mike James and freshmen Lamar Miller and Storm Johnson are pushing for playing time.

UM's cornerbacks are led by senior DeMarcus Van Dyke and junior Brandon Harris. UM's nickel position is a camp competition between senior Ryan Hill, sophomore Brandon McGee, senior Cory Nelms, and freshmen Keion Payne and Devont'a Davis.

 8 years ago '04        #6916
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Johnson: Running Back's Pushing Each Other
Aug. 16, 2010

By: Rudy Rodriguez-Chomat





Storm Johnson.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- There is a glutton of talented players at running back. Who will be the guy? While most expect that guy to end up being Damien Berry as the player who gets the most carries, there are number of others who are in the running and freshman Storm Johnson is definitely one of them.

Looking at Johnson, he doesn’t look like a true freshman. He’s built like a truck and runs with power and speed. It’s why he’s likely to be given opportunities to get real playing time in meaningful game situations.

“The battle, right now we are just trying to perfect what we do. We are getting different plays, different people are good at different things, some may be good at stretch, some at power, so they base it all on that,” Johnson said.

The reality is, Johnson is the kind of back that belongs on the field. His stature resembles that of Berry, strong and powerful with good speed. But Johnson has even more speed that Berry and he brings an added dimension – he can return kicks too.

In high school he returned seven kickoffs for touchdowns while also rushing for over 1,900 yards and 31 touchdowns. It’s in that area where there are some expectations of his contributions as a freshman, but Johnson holds no punches, he wants to play.

“Don’t get me wrong. Everybody wants to start. I want to start. I go out on the field every day wanting to start, but I mean, you just got to push other teammates. Everybody got to push each other. I am trying to outdo the next person and that makes everybody better,”

While he may be limited in carries, if he can show the ability to return kicks, that would be something the ‘Canes haven’t had since Devin Hester.

It would put a track speed athlete back there along with a player with excellent size with Johnson running a 4.38 in the 40 and standing 6-foot, 218-pounds.

“I am fast and big at the same time. I’ll be put in a lot of different situations where I’ll just have to do my thing,” Johnson said.

But running back is the position he wants to play, the position he was brought to Miami. His advantage over the other backs outside of Berry is power and speed. Lamar Miller is looked at as a home run hitter. Mike James, while he can play running back, is one ankle sprain of Patrick Hill from being moved back to fullback. Lee Chambers simply doesn’t have Storm’s size and Graig Cooper’s knee is going to be a question until he gets hit in a game.

“Just a runner that can do a lot of things, versatile runner, power runner,” Johnson said.

He likes the fact there are so many backs to compete with.

“I like it. More competition, you’re always getting better. You can’t take a day off because the next man may take your position. It gets us better, gets us more focused to our goal,” Johnson said. “I would describe myself as a power, speed back, balanced. We do have a lot of speed guys, a lot of power guys, as coach said he’s going to balance it all in the game. If one doesn’t do his thing in the game, the other will. We all push each other. I am just trying to help the team in whatever I can do. I am just trying to get on the field. It just makes me work harder every day, just knowing there a lot of people in front of me. I just got to work hard every day, show my talent every day, can’t take a day off.”

 8 years ago '05        #6917
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damn i was hoping my boy was kiding bout byrd being injured since i saw no mentions of it on ne of the practice reports or scout message boards

also update on coop according to reliable source on the scout boards

very doubtful coop plays at all this yr, his pops is totally against it in fear of another setback (injury) wants him to recover fully for the nfl combine, and his pops is also against him redshirting, so quite possibly the last we seen of coop play for us

 8 years ago '04        #6918
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Practice Report: 8/17
Aug. 17, 2010

By: David Lake





Lee Chambers
CORAL GABLES, Fla. --- Miami completed their 14th practice of fall camp Tuesday morning in a short practice that was essentially a walkthrough before tomorrow’s scrimmage.

Tuesday’s practice was the second day junior Lee Chambers worked at cornerback, making the move from running back.

Miami made a similar switch last season, moving senior Sam Shields from receiver to cornerback during the spring prior to the 2009 season.

UM coach Randy Shannon says to not expect any immediate production out of Chambers at cornerback, but he could help the team down the line.

“Lee is not going to be able to help us [right now] because he didn’t go through spring football, but give us by the fifth or sixth game of the season and somebody may get nicked or injured and he will be ready to go,” Shannon said.

Read on for more notes to come out of today’s practice.

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NEWS & NOTES

• Moving Chambers from running back to cornerback will benefit the team, Shannon says. “It is good for the team and good for Lee,” Shannon said. “He was a running back and defensive back in high school, so it is not really a tough transition for him. You got to think ahead. We moved Damien Berry from defensive back to tailback and Lee has always been playing on special teams and he is a very aggressive kid. He is kind of like Sam Shields a little bit, so we see that in him.”

• One of the reasons why Shannon feels comfortable playing Chambers at cornerback is because he played the position in high school. During his senior year, Chambers finished with 57 tackles, four interceptions and one sack. “You can’t really move a guy who has never played it, so it is not that hard of a transition,” Shannon said. “It is like riding a bike and you just have to get used to it all over again.”

• Chambers says coming out of high school, most colleges were recruiting him to play cornerback. “I was All-State playing cornerback in high school,” Chambers said. “I was recruited mostly for cornerback. I just loved running with the football, so I took my chances on that.”

• Shannon says learning the basic techniques of playing cornerback won’t be hard for Chambers. “It is all the same,” Shannon said. “You don’t really backpedal that much anymore in college football. You may backpedal five steps and then you are turning and running because how big and fast these guys are these days. He has good speed and good hips and feet and we are going to continue to work with him.”

• OL Jermaine Johnson has gotten some work this fall camp as a blocking tight end and has been wearing No. 89 occasionally at practice. “I am helping the team in the running game, going downhill and things like that.”

• Miami worked on their kickoff return and punt pressure during practice today. Getting better protection on punts is an area Shannon would like to see improvement from the team this year. “That is one of the biggest things you have to work on all the time.,” Shannon said. “Last year we tried something new, so this year we are going back to something else. We are going to keep working and continue to work and see what we can get done. We have a veteran team now, so we changed some of our punt protection.”

• The Hurricanes will hold their second scrimmage of the fall tomorrow night. The scrimmage is closed to fans and the media.

 8 years ago '04        #6919
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OL Bunche Showing His Strength
Aug. 17, 2010

By: David Lake





Malcolm Bunche
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- For most incoming freshmen, getting used to the strength of college football is a big adjustment.

But not for freshman offensive lineman Malcolm Bunche.

This offseason, Bunche (6-6, 330) recorded the heaviest bench press of any player on the team at 435 pounds.

“It feels good to be able to do that already,” Bunche said. “It just shows that I came in prepared. I wanted to come in prepared and I try to get stronger every day.”

Bunche has managed to keep his strength up while losing weight since he first arrived at UM in the fall. Bunche reported to UM weighing 345 pounds and now he is down to 335 pounds.

“I want to get at least to 330 pounds or a little under that before the season starts,” Bunche said.

Bunche is currently working with the second team at guard. He admits this fall camp has been trying at times because the heat is worse than his native Delaware.

“It is tough, but it trains you mentally,” Bunche said. “It makes you want to keep pushing yourself and you have to show a lot of heart. It shows the guys that are going to hustle on every play or the guys that are going to fall on their butts. It makes you push to get through the practice.”

Bunche says at times the energy of his teammates help push him through a practice.

“We are practicing with a good tempo,” Bunche said. “Everybody flies around and is hitting. The weather can get hot and the play can get a little slow, but then we pick it up because we know that we still have a lot of work to do and get finished.”

At this point, Bunche says he is comfortable with most of the playbook and most of his a.ssignments on each play. He credit’s a lot of his early knowledge of the offense to enrolling a semester early at Miami in January.

“It helped a lot because I had a lot of growing up to do,” Bunche said. “I needed to get better and it helped me with getting better mentally and physically.”

One area the offensive line has been strong during this fall camp is opening holes in the running game. Each day at practice it seems like a different running back is breaking a long run. Bunche credits the hard work the line has put in this training camp.

“We have our times when we do a real good job,” Bunche said. “We open those holes and the backs hit them real hard. We do as much as we can to make their jobs easy. If we just come off the ball hard and knock our man back, then the holes are going to be there and they will find those holes.”

Bunche says he hopes to earn some playing time this season, but his goal for now is to just get better each day in fall camp.

“I just try to get better every day and learn as much as I can,” Bunche said. “I try to get in the playbook and learn the plays.”

 8 years ago '04        #6920
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WR Streeter Making Plays During Fall Camp
Aug. 17, 2010

By: David Lake





Tommy Streeter
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Redshirt sophomore wide receiver Tommy Streeter has a new nickname on the practice fields that he has earned this fall camp.

Streeter (6-5, 210) has become “the peanut guy” to the defensive backs he goes up against each day in practice.

“Peanut guy” is a term Streeter has earned because he is a taller receiver who can come down with jump balls no matter how high a defensive back jumps to knock the ball down.

As Streeter explains, coming down with the catch is like eating peanuts off the top of the defender’s head.

“When the coaches sees us jumping over the defenders and making catches, they say we are eating peanuts off the top of their head,” Streeter said. “The coaches says they want us to eat peanuts off the DBs’ head. They call me the peanut guy on defense.”

Streeter says he has had his fair share of peanuts this fall camp.

“I don’t know. I am pretty full off the peanuts right now,” Streeter said with a smile.

In limited action last season, Streeter caught five passes for 114 yards. Streeter says his limited playing time fueled his offseason workouts and is a big reason why he has progressed since last year.

“Last year I got a few opportunities and I was there working hard for my teammates every day,” Streeter said. “I evaluated everything at the end of the season and thought about what I needed to work on so I would be ready to help the team during camp, because I know I have the ability to be on the field this upcoming season.”

After earning limited playing time during his first two years at Miami, Streeter feels like he has put in the work this offseason to be a part of the regular wide receiver rotation.

“I just need to continue to make plays and stay in the film room,” Streeter said. “Every day there is something I can work on whether it is my blocking, coming out of my breaks, or having my hands up. There is always something I can work on to get myself better.”

“I am just trying to make the most out of each opportunity I am given and getting better every day.”

Streeter did make one play during UM’s 20-14 loss to Wisconsin in the Champs Sports Bowl that also gave him confidence going into the 2010 season. Streeter came down with a 47-yard reception on a deep ball in one-on-one coverage.

“The Champs Bowl let me know that I can make plays and to continue working hard,” Streeter said. “I hope to continue making plays this upcoming season.”

Streeter, who at 6-feet-5 and 210 pounds was timed at a 4.3 in the 40 this offseason, says he has continued to make plays during this fall camp.

“There is no doubt about that. I have been making more plays and I feel like all that comes with the opportunity,” Streeter said. “The more opportunities you have, the more opportunities you have to make plays.”

With the strength of Streeter’s game being the deep passing game, the one area he wants to improve throughout fall camp is his short and intermediate route running.

“I have been working on my underneath routes and quick slants and out routes,” Streeter said. “Coming into camp, I need to work on sinking my hips a lot more. I don’t have a problem being a straight line guy, but those intermediate routes, I have been working on and getting good at those.”

Streeter says he looks up to senior receiver Leonard Hankerson and has been inspired by the way he had a breakout 2009 season in which he finished with 45 catches for 801 yards and six touchdowns.

“I look up to Hank,” Streeter said. “A lot of times I tell myself and pray to God and I say Lord I want to play behind a guy that makes it to the NFL who is successful here, so I know what it takes. Now I see Hank emerging as that guy and so that is fulfilling for me.”

“He works extremely hard in the season and during spring. We may have just weights to do and he will come out and catch balls non-stop and run routes. He is just always trying to get better whether that is watching film or anything like that.”

Overall, Streeter is excited for the chance to be a part of the UM offense and put his own stamp on the 2010 season.

“The sky is the limit with this offense,” Streeter said. “We have playmakers and we are deep at every position. The second guys can come in and the third guys are taking reps and doing a lot of great things too. If a guys goes down, we will still be in a good position to win games. We are deep.”

 8 years ago '04        #6921
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WR Johnson Committed to Being a Key Player
Aug. 17, 2010

By: Christopher Stock





Aldarius Johnson
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Aldarius Johnson is ready to put 2009 behind him. And all signs are pointing towards him accomplishing this feat.

The junior wideout battled through a nagging groin injury he suffered in the season opener against Florida State. The injury caused him to miss three games and battled through pain in many others.

Johnson saw his production dip from a team-high 31 receptions as a freshman to 16 catches his second year.

He says it was his most difficult season ever in his career.

“Really the Florida State game, I messed my groin up that was real tough and I had to do a lot of treatment,” Johnson said. “You know how bad you love football, you want to be out there, but you can’t be out there so that was really frustrating me too.”

He got hurt again mid-way through the season against Florida A&M. In addition to battling through injuries, Johnson saw himself put on weight, which affected his performance on the field.

“In the off-season I was watching certain games I was saying that I wasn’t coming off the ball hard enough, I felt a little sluggish, so I felt if I got down to my normal weight, id be a lot better,” said Johnson, who weighed 225 pounds at the end of his sophomore season.

Johnson added: “I felt by me being heavy, I’m not helping the team.”

And so Johnson decided to commit himself to a diet and weight plan with strength coach Andreu Swasey, which consisted of having oatmeal and fruit in the mornings, having six to eight meals a day, and limiting what he ate at night.

Since then, the 6-foot-3 Johnson has dropped down to 200 pounds, the lowest he’s been since his junior year of high school, while improving his speed and strength.

“I’m really happy with it,” said Johnson, who recently went with a clean-cut look. “Coach Swasey really helped me with it. He gave me a sheet so I can work on my eating, staying healthy, and maintaining my weight so I really thank Coach Swasey for that.”

His improvements to his body off the field have translated during the first part of fall camp as he’s been one of the top receivers scoring a number of touchdowns.

Johnson came to UM after a standout career at Northwestern, where he earned All-American honors, won two state titles, and set Miami-Dade County records.

In his first two years at Miami, he has caught 47 passes for 608 yards and four touchdowns.

“The first two years was alright, it wasn’t what I expected,” he said.

Despite his ups and downs, Johnson believes the fans have stood by his side.

“Certain fans understand that you have your ups and downs and when you are up, they know what you can do. I feel like the fans are still there,” he said.

Heading into this year, all signs point towards Johnson getting back into the starting lineup as he started just once last season after making eight starts as a freshman.

“I feel a lot more confident this year,” Johnson said. “I just have to stay healthy. Coaches are putting us in the right position to make plays and I just pray we can bring it together to do what Coach Shannon expects us to do this year.”

Linebacker Colin McCarthy said: “I think he’ll be even better this year. He’s in great shape. He’ll play a lot more, he’ll get more opportunities, and he’ll take advantage of them.”

One thing that Coach Shannon has preached to Johnson this fall is run blocking, in particular, making sure the receivers block the safeties to allow the running backs to have favorable matchups with the cornerbacks. So far, Johnson has excelled as a blocker.

“He’s caught plenty of bombs over people’s heads, but him taking that next step with the blocking as a receiver is what he’s done the most this fall,” McCarthy said.

Johnson's done well throughout fall practices including last week’s scrimmage as he scored a touchdown. He’s also made two tough touchdown grabs at the beginning of practice recently.

“(The scrimmage) felt real nice,” Johnson said. “It felt good to see me back to my old self and helping this team out.”

As far as his role goes with a number of receivers back, Johnson says he’ll do “whatever Coach Whipple wants me to do”.

If Johnson continues his strong fall, he’ll have a large role on the team.

A role that Johnson will gladly accept.

 8 years ago '05        #6922
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Steven Wesley isn't bitter about his exit from Miami, but he certainly isn't happy about it.



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Steven Wesley The senior defensive end from Bartow High School was dismissed from the Hurricanes football team last month and made sure his message about his time at Miami was loud and clear Monday.

"If I had a chance to do it all over again, I wouldn't play for coach (Randy) Shannon," he said in a phone interview with The Ledger.

Internet reports have said Wesley was released because of reasons ranging from academic issues to the 6-foot-3, 250-pounder being out of shape.

Wesley was quick to dismiss those as well.

Wesley's career at Miami started with a redshirt season in 2006. He played in nine games the following year and started 11 of 13 games in 2008. He played in 11 games last year and started in six of them.

Wesley said the news of his release was not taken well by some of the team.

"When all of this happened, certain coaches on my team, they were mad about what happened and they were mad about coach Shannon releasing me," he said. "Players on the team also were mad about coach Shannon releasing me. That should really let you know ... whether or not it was a good choice or a bad choice."

Wesley hasn't been sitting around stewing about the decision. It took him about two weeks to find a new home at North Alabama with coach Terry Bowden, son of former FSU great Bobby Bowden and the former head coach at Auburn.

"He had just called me one day and he told me, 'I have a full scholarship here waiting for you if you want to be a part of a team,' " Wesley said.

Wesley had a different tune about what he thinks of his new coach.

"Coach Bowden, he's a player's coach," the 22-year-old said. "He's one of those type of coaches where it's easy for you to approach and talk to about any certain situations. He's always talking and always communicating with us."

Playing time probably won't be an issue for Wesley now that he's settling in at left defensive end.

"I already talked to coach Bowden, and my defensive line coach told me I would have a chance to start," Wesley said.

The biggest adjustment from the move has nothing to do with football for the former three-year starter at Bartow.

"This is a real drastic, total lifestyle change," he said. "From Miami, you go from seeing palm trees and 70-degree weather every day to coming to trees that are bigger than all the buildings, to 100-degree weather."

 8 years ago '07        #6923
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Steven wesley made minimal noise

Our freshman lineman were outshining him

Hes just scorned

 8 years ago '04        #6924
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nobody gives a f**k about a steven wesley. he never did s**t around here anyways

 8 years ago '05        #6925
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