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 8 years ago '04        #5801
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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Clements committed to the U :applause:

Well supposedly he was a silent before the season started.
 8 years ago '04        #5802
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lol we gotta have more RB's and WR's than anybody in the country
 8 years ago '05        #5803
Junior G 114 heat pts114
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At DA UUUUUUUUUUUUUu gettin FSU leftovers......lmaoooo....half them n*ggaz gon transfer after not gettin the PT they was promised
 8 years ago '04        #5804
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that's 2 4-star running backs in less than a week:applause:

shannon's recruiting swag >>>


meanwhile FSU is battling with Bethune Cookman and FAMU for commits


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 8 years ago '04        #5805
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Collier Makes Clutch Catches At Wake Forest
Nov. 3, 2009

By: David Lake





Thearon Collier
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Sophomore wide receiver Thearon Collier was Mr. Clutch for the Miami offense last week at Wake Forest.

Collier made three big catches on two drives that led to touchdowns on his way to a 78 yards receiving game.

The biggest catch Collier made during the game came on 3rd-and-10 from their own 18 yard line on UM’s final offensive drive.

Quarterback Jacory Harris lofted a high pass out to him on the sideline and Collier jumped higher than the Wake Forest defensive back and came down with the ball for a 29 yard gain.

That play kept the drive alive and allowed Miami to score the game winning touchdown.

“It was a real scary night on Halloween night for us,” Collier said. “We had to make a play on the last drive to win the game and I was able to make a play to keep that drive going. Big time players step up in big time games and that’s what I did to come down with the catch.

Collier’s catch was impressive because he attacked the ball against Wake Forest cornerback Josh Bush, who has at least three inches on him.

“It was a very high throw and I am only 5-feet-8 and on the scouting report their cornerback stands 6-feet-2, so I had to be the bigger man and go up and catch the jump ball. I had to show my 32 inch vertical leap and come down with the catch.”

Collier said he never lost faith while the Miami offense was working down the field on that final drive and he had the feeling somebody would make a play.

“We never lost faith,” Collier said. “Jacory is an awesome quarterback and we have a very talented group of receivers with LaRon Byrd, Leonard Hankerson, Travis Benjamin, Aldarius Johnson, and me. They all step up in big games when we need them and they did on that drive.”

Collier also made two clutch catches for Miami on their final drive going into halftime. Miami took the ball with a little over a minute left in the second quarter at their own 36 yard line. On the first play of that drive Harris hit Collier for a 29-yard gain that set the tone for the rest of the drive.

Then Collier caught a 12-yard pass that got the offense down to the three yard line and set up a touchdown run by Damien Berry before the half.

“That was a tough situation that we were in,” Collier said. “We needed to get some points there because we were down 20-7 and I was able to make two clutch catches on that drive and we were able to strike them before halftime and then come out in the second half motivated and ready to roll.”

Collier has totaled 12 catches for 201 yards this season and has also returned seven punts for 81 yards, including a 61 yard touchdown. Collier says he is happy with the way he has played this year.

“I am really happy and motivated by the way I have been playing this year,” Collier said. “I really feel like I can make an impact on special teams with returning punts and with receiver I just know things a lot better this year, so I have improved there and been able to make some clutch catches.”

This week Miami is matched up against a Virginia defense that allows just 175 passing yards per game. Virginia features two starting corners in Chris Cook and Ras-I Dowling who stand 6-feet-2. Collier expects for the Virginia game to be physical for the receivers because of the size of their defensive backs.

“They have a very physical defense and they match our size that we have at receiver,” Collier said. “We don’t really have that size advantage over them this week, but we are very fast and athletic, so hopefully we can make plays for us to come out with the victory.”
 8 years ago '04        #5806
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Shannon Cuts Practice Time
Nov. 3, 2009

By: Christopher Stock





CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Head coach Randy Shannon has decided to cut practice time.

Fresh off a 28-27 win over Wake Forest, the Hurricanes, now 6-2 (3-2 in the ACC), will only practice one hour a day the rest of the season instead of the typical two-hour practice they have been having.

"(I changed it) to keep guys fresher," Shannon said. "Right now it is all mental. At offensive line, there's only so many combo blocks, mike-will blitzes that you can see so they have to be fresh and sharp. We are going to run those same blitzes in practice, but as far as staying out there for a two-hour practice, no, we are going to go one hour each day and get a lot of things done, it's going to be fast."

In addition to changing to one-hour practices, Shannon has decided to changed Tuesday practices from 5:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., which not everyone received notice of as four security guards showed up around 5 a.m.

The team will continue to practice at 5:45 a.m. on Wednesdays and 2:45 p.m. on Thursdays with walkthroughs on Friday and Sunday and a day off on Monday.

"We practice for an hour, but it is quick tempo, no time off, no breaks, nothing like that and no water breaks, it's kind of good for us," cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke said. "

Shannon said his decision comes from his time with the Miami Dolphins, where he spent three years (1998-2000).

He is hoping that cutting practice time will help the team down the stretch after losing the final three games last season and the final four the previous year.

"Last year we were at this point and we were young and I thought we needed the reps last year, a standard two-hour practice, and I think it got to us at the end of the season," Shannon said. "Now we are a year older, a year more experienced and I think it will help us out. I think it will give us a fresh mind going into a game."

The 16th-ranked Hurricanes are preparing to face Virginia (3-5, 2-2) on Saturday with their first noon game. Miami is 3-2 against Virginia since joining the ACC in 2004 including a 24-17 overtime win last season.

Athletic director Kirby Hocutt said that there are over 60,000 tickets that have been sold due to homecoming and employee day.

Now, it is just a matter of getting people to show up.
 8 years ago '04        #5807
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Press Conference News & Notes: 11/3
Nov. 3, 2009

By: David Lake





CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- After a come from behind 28-27 win over Wake Forest last week, No.16 Miami is preparing for their game on Saturday against the Virginia Cavaliers.

Miami's homecoming is this week as the Hurricanes look to improve their ACC record to 4-2.

Read here for the news and notes leading up to this week’s game.

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Shannon Opening Statement

“We have a twelve o’clock game against Virginia, it is a homecoming game and another ACC game. It will be a tremendous game for us because it is a home game and it is a game where we have to come out and play very well. When you watch Virginia on tape, they are a team that plays hard. We have to get better as a whole unit. We have some injuries right now, but it is part of the game. We are not the same team that we were earlier in the season. In the first four games we had some guys on the roster that were healthy. Right now those guys are out and we need some other guys to step up.”

News & Notes

• Virginia has changed their offensive scheme since the beginning of the year and become more of a conservative offense that will try and out execute a defense. “They have changed their offense from the beginning of the season,” Shannon said. “They were going four or five receivers in the game. Now they are going back to smash mouth football where they have boots and nekkid quarterbacks on the edge with tight end crosses. You know what you are going to get from them, but you just have to out execute him.”

• The Virginia defense is particularly strong in the red-zone, Shannon said. “When they get in the red-zone they are not giving up touchdowns, they are giving up field goals,” Shannon said. “We have to execute offensively and score touchdowns.”

• With the Miami injury list long at this point in the season, Shannon says it just depends on how players heal as to when they will come back and play. “We have some guys out with some injuries that it takes a while to come back,” Shannon said. “Some guys are just out and it just depends on the body to heal. We have some guys out that whenever the body wants to heal, then they will be back.”

• Shannon has been impressed with the play of the tight ends recently, particularly with how they are blocking and picking up blitzes. “Everybody talks about the fourth down play that we completed,” Shannon said. “If that tight end doesn’t protect like he did and go out to help out somebody else, we would have lost the game. It ain’t the point of the tight ends catching the ball, it is what they are doing to help us win games. You see Tervaris Johnson making blocks to score that touchdown run.”

“If you take [Johnson’s] catch, block, and protection, that got us three touchdowns. Those were three vital points that helped us.”

• Defensive lineman Allen Bailey continued his dominant play against Wake Forest. Shannon highlighted Joe Joseph and Olivier Vernon as defensive linemen who have also done a good job of getting pressure on the quarterback.

• Shannon on the linebackers and how they are doing in pass coverage: “We don’t have many linebackers on the roster now, but it is not the linebackers it is not everybody,” Shannon said.

• Late in the game against Wake Forest, the defense put in more defensive backs in the place of linebackers because Wake was using the tight ends and running backs a lot in the passing game. “That was a package that we felt like we needed to do that week,” Shannon said. “People are starting to flex the tight end out who are giving four wide receiver sets and that gave us an opportunity to get another defensive back in the game in those situations.”

• Shannon changed the Tuesday practice time from 5:45 AM to 3 PM. Shannon said the practice time change will keep the team more fresh. “We changed practice times and from now on it will be a little different,” Shannon said. “It will keep them fresher. They are going to go out there for an hour each day and get a lot of things done. It is going to be fast now, a lot of fast movement.” More on Shannon cutting practice

• Miami allowed 555 total yards against Wake Forest. Shannon says he is more concerned about the points UM allows. Miami allowed just seven points in the second half. ZS“It is a concern, but I worry about points and what gives you a chance to win the game,” Shannon said.

• Damien Berry has scored a touchdown in each of the last four games. Shannon on the play of Berry: “He has been good in short yardage and goal line type of back and in the four minute offense,” Shannon said. “Damien is getting his opportunities and he is capitalizing on them. If he gets in those situations he knows that we have confidence in him getting tough yardage and getting into the end-zone.”

• Fullback Pat Hill is a player that Shannon would still like to bring back at some point this season when he becomes healthy. “We’d love to have him back, but he is just not ready yet.”
 8 years ago '04        #5808
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RB Hall Reacts to Commitment
Nov. 3, 2009

By: Nate Adelson





Darion Hall
Naples Lely running back Darion Hall became the first to commit at his position when he made his pledge to Miami all the way back on June 10th.

Hall (6-0, 200) received the news yesterday that a fellow running back had joined him in Georgia product Storm Johnson.

How did he react?

“Well I didn’t know he committed but that’s good news,” Hall said. “You were the first to tell me but all I knew is that they were taking two and I was one of them. I wasn’t sure who the other one would be but now I believe that’s it and they won’t take any more. I feel like by getting him (Johnson) there’s going to be more competition. We’ll have more talent and if there’s too much, we can move everything around and shift things a little.”

Hall added that he feels that Coach Robinson has been doing a pretty good job of recruiting him since his commitment over the summer.

“I think the last time I talked with him was sometime before the Wake Forest game, maybe a couple weeks ago,” Hall said. “They’ve been calling me pretty often this season to see how I’m doing and see how I’m playing.”

Hall has enjoyed watching the current Miami running backs this season, and feels he has the best connection with Javarris James.

“I think they’re really talented so I have a lot of respect for those guys because they run hard,” Hall said. “I sort of know Javarris James because he’s from my part of town so I can relate with him a little bit more than I can with (Graig) Cooper.”

Hall mentioned that he continues to hear from Florida State and West Virginia even though they acknowledge he’s still a Cane commit. He’s still unsure if he’ll be taking any more official visits besides a trip to Miami.

Through nine games, Hall has carried 113 times for 806 yards and 5 touchdowns, a big drop from his junior year where he had 169 carries for 1791 yards and 23 touchdowns.

“Well we’ve had a young offensive line to begin with but they’re picking it up more now,” Hall said. “I’ve played good enough for the team to win some games but I should have did a lot better. I think what I said about the offensive line is the biggest thing why I’m not playing as good as I did last year.”

Lely is sitting on a 6-3 record, but their matchup on Friday against Collier will determine who wins the district championship.

“If we win this game on Friday, we’re in the playoffs and it’s all good,” Hall said. “It’s a real important game because they know we beat them 42-21 last year and they need the win this year. They’re going to come in and try to beat us but we’re not going to go out without a f!ght.”
 11-03-2009, 07:06 PM         #5809
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Seeing how I'm sure Michaelee Harris will be a Cane..

would like to see em close it out with..

Lemonier
Sticks
Linder
Payne
Hurns

probably forgetting a few..
 8 years ago '05        #5810
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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UM: Defense will still be short-handed against Virginia

By JORGE MILIAN

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

CORAL GABLES — The University of Miami's struggling defense will have to play again without starting linebacker Sean Spence when the Hurricanes host Virginia on Saturday, coach Randy Shannon said Tuesday.

Joining Spence on the sideline, Shannon said, are reserve defensive end Eric Moncur and safeties Ray Ray Armstrong and JoJo Nicolas. All four players missed last week's 28-27 victory against Wake Forest with undisclosed injuries.

Shannon said starting tailback Javarris James, who also missed the Wake Forest game, might play Saturday depending on how he practiced this week.

Without Spence and the other injured defenders, the 16th-ranked Hurricanes (6-2, 3-2 ACC) gave up 555 yards of total offense and 408 passing yards to the Demon Deacons. The passing total was the third-highest against UM in school history. In its past two games, UM has allowed 965 yards of total offense.

The injuries have hit UM hardest at linebacker, where depth already was short. Spence injured his left knee against Clemson. The Hurricanes also are missing Jordan Futch, the top reserve linebacker who sustained a season-ending knee injury against Florida A&M on Oct. 10.

"We've got to do a great job of coaching the guys that we have at those positions," Shannon said. "The injuries, you wish you wouldn't have them. But if injuries come, you have to get other guys to step up."

Starting fullback Patrick Hill will be sidelined for the fifth consecutive game Saturday, but Shannon said he hopes to have the senior back before the end of the regular season.
 8 years ago '04        #5811
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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 P. Dedos said:
dont forget georgia southern

thats the only school there last recruit had any intrest whats so ever from
lmao I went to school at georgia southern

If a FSU recruit is really scratching his head choosing between Tally and Statesboro, then FSU :hang:


 8 years ago '04        #5812
madness 14 heat pts14
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shaw is a shannon-type corner, tall, strong, physical - GET HIM IN THIS CLASS!!
 8 years ago '07        #5813
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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damn these injuries are k!ller

more PT for other people tho

all the talent thats about to be on this team next yr :wow:
 8 years ago '05        #5814
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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our depth next yr should be vastly improved


in other news (ie my personal life ) - i am now in a relationship with a UF alum / gator, i swear to you the irony
shoulda waited till after the seasons over to make it official

thnksgiving weekend just became a toss up between um/usf or fsu/uf
 8 years ago '07        #5815
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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thats a easy decision

make her come to the mia/usf game

ima be there
 8 years ago '04        #5816
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Practice Report: 11/4
Nov. 4, 2009

By: David Lake





Javarris James
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The Miami Hurricanes held practice Wednesday morning in preparation for Virginia.

See what the latest buzz is around the team and what coach Randy Shannon had to say following practice.

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• Running back Javarris James practiced today, Shannon said. James did not play at Wake Forest. He leads the team with 418 yards and four touchdowns. “He is going to add to the running game and add to what we do as an offense. Javarris is a veteran guy, so when you get him and Cooper back healthy, you have some guys with what you need for the long stretch.”

• Miami practiced Tuesday at 3 p.m. for just an hour and he said he is pleased with the way the team practiced yesterday and this morning. “The day was good,” Shannon said. “Guys flew around and got in and out of it. We did a lot of good things today and we looked sharp today. We looked faster than we did the last couple of weeks.”

• Shannon on how running back Lamar Miller and defensive back Jamal Reid are doing on the scout team: “Those guys are coming along and when we go ones-against-ones they are getting some reps, so they usually get 8-to-10 reps live full speed with what we are running on offense and defense. They are getting better and they are not just on the shelf.”

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• Freshman tight end Billy Sanders will be depended on heavily next season with seniors Dedrick Epps, Tervaris Johnson, and Jimmy Graham all leaving after this year. Shannon said Sanders is doing a good job of getting acclimated this year. “Like anything with all freshmen he is learning and getting better. When we put him in he is doing a good job, but you have to wait for the spring with those guys.”

• Shannon on Virginia coach Al Groh: “He is a good football coach. He has been in the NFL and college. That is his alma mater and he has done a nice job there. He has some tough football players that play hard for him and he is doing a good job ever since I have known him as a football coach.”

• Sophomore receiver Aldarius Johnson has had a tough season this year with injuries, so it was good to see him make the big fourth down play at the end of the Wake Forest game. “It was good for him to come back and play,” Shanno said. “It is not just the catches that Aldarius was doing, he was doing a good job of blocking. When you have a guy that can do both, then he can play receiver.”
 8 years ago '04        #5817
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McCarthy: Defense f!ghting Through Injuries
Nov. 5, 2009

By: David Lake





Colin McCarthy
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- With the injury bug hitting Miami hard in recent weeks, players are having to tough it out and play through nagging injuries of their own.

With the injuries depth is thin, rotations are shorter, and keeping players healthy is crucial.

Linebacker Colin McCarthy is one of the few Hurricanes who says he isn’t beat up too bad right now and he says playing hurt is just part of the game.

“I feel pretty healthy now,” McCarthy said. “Throughout the season you have little nicks here and there and you kind of expect to not be feeling great and get banged up, but come Saturdays you just go out and play no matter what.”

“A lot of people are banged up, but it is the point in the season when you have to keep pushing. The coaches are doing a great job now of giving us time to rest and get our legs back and try to finish out the season strong.”

Eight games into the 2009 season, McCarthy has emerged as one of the ACC’s top taclers after missing most of last year with an injury. He currently leads Miami with 60 total tackles, ranking seventh in the ACC with a 7.4 tackle per game average.

McCarthy has recorded a team high 11 tackles in each of UM’s past two games.

“I think I am just getting the opportunity,” McCarthy said. “Whenever I get in the game I try to help out the team as much as I can. The more plays that I get, I am going to try and take advantage of it. The more tackles I have, the more I am helping the team out so I am happy about that.”

Wake Forest totaled 555 total yards of offense last week and when asked about giving up all that yardage, McCarthy was not pleased.

“That is pretty impressive (said sarcastically) and for us to still win, you have to give them credit, but we got the win and that is all that matters. There is a lot of things that we need to correct. Whatever that number was is pretty high and we need to bring that down and get off the field.”

One point of emphasis this week against Virginia will be beginning the game strong defensively and coming out with more energy.

“Lately with the first drive against teams, the whole season they have started strong with a field goal or a touchdown,” McCarthy said. “We have to be more excited I guess in the beginning of games to try and stop them. We have to find a way to get up for games.”
 8 years ago '04        #5818
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UCLA Pledge Jefferson Planning UM Visit
Nov. 4, 2009

By: Nate Adelson





Tony Jefferson
Athlete Tony Jefferson from Eastlake High in Chula Vista, California, was an early Cane target when he received an offer back in the spring.

Jefferson (6-0, 195), who is the number 9 overall prospect in the ESPNU 150, proceeded to fade from Miami’s radar after making a commitment to UCLA in July.

Jefferson, who is having a standout senior year with 1,300 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns along with 35 tackles and 3 interceptions, is now considering the Canes again after deciding to look at some other schools despite still being committed to the Bruins.

“I’m open to everyone right now, I can’t really say if I’m going to be at UCLA or not,” Jefferson said. “I’m having some second thoughts about UCLA and I just want to make sure the decision I’m making is the one I want to make. I never got the chance to get out and see some other schools so I can compare what they have up against UCLA.”

Besides UCLA, Jefferson is considering the schools who are really recruiting him hard in Michigan, Miami, Oklahoma, and Florida.

Jefferson recently returned from his first official visit over the weekend to Oklahoma for their 42-30 win over Kansas State. He has two others set up for rivalry games to Michigan against Ohio State (11/21) and Florida against Florida State (11/28). He is planning to visit Miami in December but hasn’t picked out the exact dates yet.

Jefferson, who is set to graduate early, says his interest in Miami stems from the fact that he’s been watching the Canes for years.

“I mean I grew up watching the ‘U’ and everybody on my team is hyped up about the ‘U’,” Jefferson said. “There are a lot of Miami fans out here in California and I have a lot of family down in Florida. Personally, I really get along with Coach Barrow and their head coach.”

Jefferson has caught a few of Miami games so far this season, and he’s liked what he’s seen on the defensive side of the ball.

“Yea I’ve watched a few of their games and their defense is flying around real well,” Jefferson said. “That’s why they’re ranked where they’re at but there’s always room for improvement. I know Miami’s working their tails off to get better and better every week so that’s basically what I’ve seen from them.”

Jefferson is honestly not too sure what another school would need to show him in particular to sway him from his UCLA commitment.

“To be honest, they don’t need to show me anything because it’s basically about how I feel,” Jefferson said. “They just need to do what they do and if I feel with it, then I feel with it. That’s just me but the other schools don’t need to do anything special.”

Jefferson has the versatility to play multiple positions on either side of the ball, and he hasn’t figured out what the future holds for him in regards to that issue.

“On defense, a lot of schools are looking at me as a safety,” Jefferson said. “Miami is contemplating if they should put the weight on me and stick me at weakside linebacker. Actually that’s an option a lot of schools are thinking about with me but most schools just want me at safety right now. Florida wants me at running back or safety and most of the PAC-10 schools want me at running back. I can’t tell what position I want to be based on just high school because college is a different level.”
 8 years ago '05        #5819
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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what f**kin games is this dude watching??, with the exception of the oklahoma and ga tech game...we been pretty wack on defense this yr
 8 years ago '04        #5820
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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 Deeangoe said:
what f**kin games is this dude watching??, with the exception of the oklahoma and ga tech game...we been pretty wack on defense this yr
... maybe he only watched those two games

which is a good thing, i would't want him to see our defense getting ripped for 33 first downs and 500 yds of offense by a below .500 team
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