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 8 years ago '05        #5861
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UM FOCUSED ON CAROLINA, NOT COASTAL RACE... In case you didn't know, there is at least one member of the University of Miami football team who knows how it feels to win at North Carolina. Tight end Jimmy Graham did it his freshman year on the basketball court, helping the Canes punk some guy named Tyler Hansbrough and the eventual senior class that won a national title last March.

Graham would love to help the Canes punk some one else: former Hurricanes coach Butch Davis, whose new team has owned the Hurricanes of late. Graham was in the stands at Land Shark Stadium last season when the Tar Heels scored the Canes secondary and rallied from a 24-14 fourth quarter deficit to beat UM. Beating Carolina is something Graham wants to make sure Miami's football seniors get to experience.

"0-3 -- it's a big part, kind of a mindset of what we're doing this week," Graham said. "It's a big game for us, it's a big game for them. It's going to be sold out. It's going to be a great atmosphere. We know we're going to get an A-plus game from them. Hopefully, we bring the same."

A big part of bringing an A-plus game to Chapel Hill -- where the Hurricanes haven't won in three tries -- will be making sure players' eyes are on the field and not on the scoreboard. About a 15 minute drive down Tobacco Road, Duke and Georgia Tech will be playing in a game that means a ton to UM's season. If Georgia Tech wins the noon kickoff, they'll clinch the Coastal Division and Miami's hopes of reaching the ACC championship game will go out the window.

Shannon has made it a point this week to make sure his players don't worry about it, comparing scoreboard watching to driving while text messaging. Although the Canes would love to play for the ACC title, it feels like Shannon's message has been well received.

"We're not going to be thinking about Georgia Tech at all because the only thing we can control is beating North Carolina," cornerback Brandon Harris said. "Everybody wants to go undefeated when the season starts. But if we win out and go 10-2, it can give us a lot of momentum in years to come. All we really want to do is go to a big bowl game. Hopefully, the bowl picture works out for us."

WHY U SHOULD FEAR CAROLINA... The last two times I wrote blogs that started with "Why U should fear..." the Canes ended up losing to Virginia Tech and Clemson. I don't want to be accused of jinxing them, so I'll avoid it this week. But, that being said, there are plenty of reasons for U to be worried about this game.

The Tar Heels might not have first round talent at receiver like it did a year ago, but it seems like they have the perfect formula to beat UM -- a tremendous all-around defense, very good special teams and power running game that is starting to hum. Shannon said Tuesday Carolina's defense is better than Oklahoma's -- "way better."

"Watching North Carolina on tape, their record is not what they are as a football team. They're a tough football team," Shannon said. "You look at their scores, they've lost some close games in the last 2-3 minutes of a game and they've won some close in the last 2-3 minutes of a game. We're not going to take this team lightly. This team beat Virginia Tech and we lost to Virginia Tech."

It's hard to argue with Shannon when you look at a few of these facts and figures...

> The Tar Heels have forced 11 turnovers in their last four games and is ranked in the top 11 in all four major defensive categories. They rank fifth in total defense (249.4 yards per game), fifth in passing defense (157.8 yards per game), eighth in rushing defense (91.7 yards per game) and 11th in scoring defense (15.3). UNC opponents have also converted just 30.7 percent on third down,which ranks eighth in the country.

> While Carolina's offense has suffered 13 injuries -- including to six starters -- no starters on defense have missed a game. And there are stars all over the field. Sophomore defensive end Robert Quinn, who is returning from emergency brain surgery after a tumor was discovered his senior year of high school, leads the ACC in tackles for loss (15.5) and ranks second in sacks (10). The 6-5, 270-pounder receives plenty of support from big defensive tackles Marvin Austin (6-3, 305) and Cam Thomas (6-4, 325).

""Their front seven is outstanding," Harris said. "Oklahoma had a good interior guy, and Beal was a good end. But overall, North Carolina has the best defensive line we've seen. It's going to be a tough challenge and something very hard to overcome, but we have to f!ght through it."

> Offensively, despite the fact running back Shaun Draughn was lost for the season last week, Carolina continued to run the ball effectively with tailback Ryan Houston, who finished with 164 yards. The Tar Heels have run for an average of 193.8 yards over their last four games.

> On special teams, Da'Norris Searcy ranks 10th in the nation with a 15.0 average. Sophomore kicker Casey Barth is 13 of 16 on field goal attempts and Carolina ranks 16th in the country in punt return defense, allowing an average of just 4.5 yards a return.
 8 years ago '05        #5862
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Canes trying to avoid Carolina blues
University of Miami special teams coach Joe Pannunzio thought he was getting a pat on the back from offensive coordinator Mark Whipple after last Saturday's 52-17 win against Virginia. Turns out, his buddy was really razzing him.

"Whip looked at me and said 'Man, you helped me a bunch,'" Pannunzio recalled of their encounter on Wednesday. "I said 'How is that?' He said, 'Man, I knew we couldn't punt, so I had to call good plays.'"

Pannunzio and Whipple were kidding of course. But the trouble UM has had protecting punter Matt Bosher this season (opponents have three blocks) is nothing funny to coach Randy Shannon.

This week, Pannunzio and Shannon, who share the brunt of special teams coaching, made it a point to emphasize avoiding the same individual breakdowns in punt protection schemes that have led to the blocks.

Last year, UM used a conventional punt scheme. Pannunzio said he switched to a spread formation this season because Miami had been having such a hard time returning punts against it and thought it would be more effective. Pannunzio said he plans to remain in the spread the rest of the season and that no personnel changes are being made this week because no one in particular has been blamed for the breakdowns.

Shannon said the coaching staff has done a better job this week preparing players and said the breakdowns come down to "communication." But Pannunzio said he's more than willing to point the finger at himself.

"Ultimately, it's coaching," Pannunzio said. "We've got to coach them better."

> North Carolina hasn't blocked any punts this season. But linebacker Bruce Carter had three against UConn alone last season. In last year's game at Land Shark, the Tar Heels partially blocked a Bosher punt with 2:49 to play. UNC took over on its own 44 and then drove down the field for the winning touchdown.

> Despite the mistakes on special teams, Bosher has continued to have another MVP type season. He currently ranks second in the ACC in punts (42.7) and 83.3 percentage on field goals (10-12) ranks fourth in the conference. He's also handling kickoffs again for UM and doing a much better job than earlier in the year. If there is a secret to his success, consider it a coaching decision by Shannon, who has asked Bosher to kick less in practice.

"Everybody has been kept down kicking wise -- it's kind of like a pitching count," Bosher said last week. "We always kick field goals. But in most practices, we don't do much other than mental reps during practice. Everybody knows where they have to be without kicking 20 balls. It's kept everybody's legs a lot fresher."

> Pannunzio said redshirt freshman Jake Wieclaw has improved, but he simply doesn't have the leg strength to handle kickoffs. "We have a field goal guy that doesn't miss many field goals," Pannunzio said. "So, we're not going to make that switch. But [Wieclaw] is an accurate field goal kicker. He just doesn't have the leg strength. Matt can make a field goal from 55 yards. Jake is more like 45 to 50. That's still pretty good.[Wieclaw's] biggest problem is he has a very good player ahead of him."
 8 years ago '05        #5863
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By BARRY JACKSON

When the University of Miami program was floundering a couple years ago, one of the complaints -- as voiced by ex-Cane Jonathan Vilma at the time -- was that ``guys are not improving year to year.'' That clearly has changed.

Recruiting has been the biggest key to UM's revival, but also credit the staff's roster management and player development. Some who improved were supposed to be very good (Allen Bailey, Brandon Harris, Leonard Hankerson, etc.), but look at what UM has extracted from players once considered afterthoughts.

Against Wake Forest, tight end/H-back Tervaris Johnson -- who played sparingly at defensive back for two years -- made critical blocks to help win that game. Against Virginia, it was safety Jared Campbell knocking away three passes. (That's the same Campbell who played in one game in 2008 and whose previous football highlight was sitting next to Paris Hilton at this past Super Bowl.)

UM could have left Sam Shields languish on the bench at receiver, but moved him to cornerback, where he has contributed. Coach Randy Shannon wisely shifted Damien Berry from safety to running back in 2008, and he has 356 yards (6.4 per carry) in the past five games after overcoming fumbling problems in practice.

When Pat Hill was injured last month, UM moved running back Mike James to fullback --Jacory Harris told him this week ``how thankful we are'' he has pulled it off. It was Shannon who suggested basketball player Jimmy Graham become a tight end, and he has blocked well and caught four touchdowns.

Shannon followed Jimmy Johnson's advice to try to get something from everybody on his roster. The players deserve credit for improving, but Campbell said in his case, ``I give most of the credit to the staff'' -- including defensive backs coach Wesley McGriff, who kept telling him his time would come.

``That's what our job is -- we're teachers,'' Shannon said. ``We're putting guys in position where they can help us.'' Not everybody has panned out yet (Arthur Brown, Kylan Robinson, for example), but far more have than have not.

• Recent oral commitments from Booker T. Washington running back Eduardo Clements and St. Thomas Aquinas cornerback Keion Payne raised UM's 2010 recruiting ranking to 12th on Rivals.com. (UF is seventh, FSU 39th).

``Miami could end up in the top 10,'' Rivals.com's Jamie Newberg said. ``They have to keep [Jacksonville defensive tackle/oral commitment] Louis Nix. There's speculation he could switch to Notre Dame. And they've got to beat out Notre Dame for [St. Thomas offensive lineman] Brandon Linder.''

• UM's offense, under Mark Whipple, has such an NFL approach that Whipple gave Travis Benjamin the routes run by Philadelphia's DeSean Jackson, and Leonard Hankerson the routes run by Pittsburgh's Hines Ward. (Whipple worked for the Eagles and Steelers.)

``Coach Whipple treats us like pros, talks about the Steelers and Eagles quite a bit,shows us how Philadelphia ran plays to perfection,'' Graham said. ``He says, `If you were in the league, we would just fine you $10,000.' '' Whipple can appear agitated after offensive miscues. ``The looks on his face are intimidating'' but his words are``encouraging,'' Harris said.

• UM loves how its secondary is developing. Junior cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke is more physical after gaining 20 pounds (to 181) and said he's more willing to accept coaching now. ``Last year, if I gave up a catch or missed a tackle, I would go into a shell.'' . . .Most improved UM basketball player? Center Julian Gamble, coach Frank Haith said
 8 years ago '05        #5864
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Butch Davis: “Ludicrous” to think Miami game isn’t special
by Jorge Milian



Saturday’s game between the Hurricanes and North Carolina will mark the third consecutive year that Tar Heels coach Butch Davis will face UM, where he served as head coach from 1995-2000.

Davis was asked Wednesday afternoon on the ACC’s football coaches conference telephone call if the game still carries extra meaning for him.



“Having spent so many years in south Florida and intimately involved in the program, it would be ludicrous to think there isn’t some special significance,” said Davis, who was 51-20 at Miami. “But when game gets started and all that stuff, it’s still about the execution, the performance and the preparation of your players. The first [time he faced UM in 2007] was kind of somewhat unique and unusual, but now three years into it, that part of it is more about they’re the opponent, they’re the other team and they’re real good.”



Davis has beaten the Hurricanes and his former a.ssistant, Randy Shannon, in each of the two previous meetings. On Wednesday, Davis dismissed those victories as the Tar Heels being “just fortunate enough to hang around and be in the game.”





The Hurricanes, Davis said, display “no visible evidence on film of any weaknesses…This will be a real significant challenge for our team.”





Davis was especially effusive in his praise for UM’s offense, which he said “totally demolished a Virginia team [in last week’s 52-17 victory] that we could barely make first downs against.” Carolina (6-3, 2-3) lost to the Cavaliers 19-3 on Oct. 3.



“You wish they were one dimensional,” Davis said. “But Miami has made a dramatic change offensively, schematically. The previous two seasons they tried to run some version of the read-option offense and the spread offense and stuff. They certainly changed that…I wish we could find weaknesses, but it doesn’t look like they have any.”



A few other notes:



…..Shannon said that safety Randy Phillips practiced on Wednesday, but said his status for Saturday is “game-day situation.” Defensive end Eric Moncur also practiced on Wednesday, according to Shannon. Moncur, whose injury-ravaged career continues into a sixth season, was on the UM sideline in the Virginia game wearing a cast/brace around his lower right leg.



…..Jeremy Lewis, the sophomore defensive lineman by way of Palm Beach Lakes High, has worked into the rotation at defensive tackle. Lewis batted a pass into the air against Virginia on Saturday that Micanor Regis intercepted. Shannon said he expects Lewis to share snaps with freshman Curtis Porter the rest of the season. “He’s coming around,” Shannon said. “Me and coach Hurtt were talking about how against Virginia, he was snapping off the football. Before he was easing into the play. He’s not thinking any more. He’s just going, ‘boom’ off the ball. If he can continue to do that the rest of the season, that’s going to give us a tremendous boost.”



…..Linebacker Ramon Buchanan, who has replaced injured Sean Spence the past two weeks, improved his play against Virginia after and uneven performance against Wake Forest, Shannon said. “He did some good things last week,” Shannon said. “He got better. The first time he played, he was okay. Last week, a whole lot better. Recognizing plays. Not just being out there nervous. He’s calmed down. He sees the plays. He understands what [the offense] is trying to get done.”



….With UM losing both starting offensive tackles, speculation has been that if guard Orlando Franklin returns for his senior season, he’ll play offensive tackle. When I asked Shannon if the 6-foot-7, 318-pound will eventually be a tackle, he said, “Don’t know. Tackle is a different world. You can be big as a house and be athletic, but if you don’t have the proper technique you can forget it.”
 8 years ago '05        #5865
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word on the street is linder might commit to us tom :laughing19:
and for the moment dunkley is a silent to us also


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 8 years ago '05        #5866
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Miramar (FL) High School WR Ivan McCartney says he's building a close relationship with Cane head coach Randy Shannon.

"I call him, we talk," McCartney said. "We just talk about life, not football. A lot of our conversations are about life. We have a great relationship."

McCartney said he got a visit at his school last week from Shannon, Tommie Robinson and Aubrey Hill.

He says that continues to show how badly UM wants to land him.

"They came to the game on Friday," McCartney said.

He had four receptions for 99 yards in that game as his team improved to 8-1 and now plays Dillard before the start of the playoffs. McCartney has eight touchdown receptions this season.

Asked his favorites, McCartney simply said, "It's still open."

He's already visited Oregon and West Virginia and is set to visit Florida at the end of this month.

His final two official visits?

"It'll be hard to decide," he said. "Miami, it's possible. I could visit unofficially, too."

Of what he likes about UM, McCartney says, "I like the way they play. It's the U. There's nothing much more you can say."

He says he plans to wait until signing day to announce a decision.

Of what he wants in a college, McCartney said, "A good campus lifestyle, education program. That's the most important school-wise. Football-wise I want to play right away, see the coach-player relationship and the relationship players have with the other players and how the team is run on offense."

* McCartney is first cousins with Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco.

"People compare us - a lot of people do that," McCartney said.
 8 years ago '05        #5867
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Injury report

> Posted by Shandel Richardson on November 12, 2009 07:12 PM
CORAL GABLES _ Here's this week list of "nicks." It appears defensive end Eric Moncur has recovered this week and will play.

Probable
DL Eric Moncur – Lower Extremity

DB DeMarcus Van Dyke – Lower Extremity



Out
DB Ray-Ray Armstrong – Lower Extremity

FB Patrick Hill – Lower Extremity

DB JoJo Nicolas – Upper Extremity

LB Sean Spence – Lower Extremity



Surgery and Out for the Season
DL Dyron Dye – Lower Extremity

DL Marcus Forston – Lower Extremity

LB Jordan Futch – Lower Extremity

TE Richard Gordon – Upper Extremity

LB Shayon Green – Lower Extremity

DE Gavin Hardin – Upper Extremity

DB Ryan Hill – Upper Extremity

DE Adewale Ojomo – Jaw

A few thoughts:


-I've heard St. Thomas Aquinas lineman Brandon Linder has already decided to commit to the Hurricanes, but we are talking about recruiting. Anything is possible. He is expected to announce in the coming days. Stay tuned.

-Anyone wanting to hear what North Carolina coach Butch Davis has to say about this week's game should tune to 790 AM tomorrow morning. He'll be on with host Jorge Sedano.
 8 years ago '07        #5868
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 8 years ago '05        #5869
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With Shannon at the helm, Canes only climbing higher



By DAVE GEORGE



Palm Beach Post Staff Columnist

Updated: 7:52 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009

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Somewhere in between Florida's drive for a third national title in four seasons and FSU's shocking slide into irrelevance is a college football story that's not getting enough play in this state.

I'm not saying that Miami's 7-2 revival has gone completely unnoticed, but there just aren't enough people who fully appreciate its worth.

Blame it on the lingering haughtiness of another Hurricane era, the notion that no season is memorable or even particularly remarkable unless it ends in a national championship.

Randy Shannon bears some responsibility, too, for yanking the emergency brake any time fans and media start getting ahead of the game on expectations. He wants his guys to earn everything they get, as clearly indicated by Miami's season-long pattern of 5:45 a.m. Wednesday practice sessions.

There's no denying, however, that Miami has become one of the best jobs in America again. Shannon has made it so by doing all the heavy lifting required after Larry Coker's firing.

Randy recruited South Florida hard and well, working the Miami neighborhoods where he grew up, and he endured the frustrations of a 5-7 record in his first season as head coach. Nothing could have been more jarring to the sensibilities of a man who won one national title as a Hurricanes linebacker and two more as a Hurricanes a.ssistant coach.

Stubbornly, though, he toughed it out, and last year's 7-6 record, too, even as Butch Davis, Shannon's old boss at Miami, returned to the college game from the NFL and started kicking the Hurricanes around, too.

Well, Butch is back on the schedule Saturday as Miami travels to North Carolina. There's no guarantee that the Hurricanes will win the game but, either way, this much is certain. Davis would be much better off at Miami than where he's working today, and that statement is going to become more obvious next season, and the season after that.

Shannon's team stands at No. 14 in the BCS standings and is positioned, with young leaders like Jacory Harris and Travis Benjamin and Sean Spence, to rejoin the nation's elite in 2010.

Davis, on the other hand, has a 2-3 record in the ACC. He's coaching at a basketball school. He's remembering, too, what he left behind at Miami for the sudden money and swift disillusionment of the Cleveland Browns.

Butch got the Hurricanes all the way to No. 2 in the final AP poll of 2000. His last game was a 37-20 Sugar Bowl thumping of Steve Spurrier's Gators. His roster, inherited by Coker and led by Ken Dorsey, produced a 12-0 record and a national title in 2001.

While at Miami, Davis coached or recruited stars like Ray Lewis, Edgerrin James, Santana Moss, Reggie Wayne, Jeremy Shockey, Willis McGahee, Sean Taylor and Vince Wilfork. This is a partial list, of course, but Butch could recruit at North Carolina for a lifetime and never approach its quality.

Coker is the head coach of a new program at the University of Texas-San Antonio that is tentatively scheduled to begin play in 2011. He started out better than Shannon at Miami but ended up worse.

Then there's Dennis Erickson, who won two national titles at Miami. Shannon's got a better job today that he does, too, for Erickson is headed for his second consecutive losing season at Arizona State.

Any way you slice it, Shannon and Miami are farther along the road to consistent major bowl contention than the vast majority of Div. I programs.

Short view? Miami's probably not going to make the ACC title game this year, but Georgia Tech, the team that's close to locking up the Coastal Division, is No. 7 in the BCS rankings and would be even higher without a 33-17 loss to the Hurricanes.

If we don't start learning to appreciate that, then a 10-2 and an at-large BCS bowl bid probably won't be given the proper value in this market, either.

Shannon's got to work with that, too, and, thankfully, he seems to be up to it, just like he's been up to everything else at a job that for a time was pretty rough but is close to being regal again.
 8 years ago '05        #5870
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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yo canefam...just a heads up...peep procanes.com theres an interview with Billy Corbin he talks about "The U" s**t sounds like its gonna be epic....but bad f**kass shalala and the university wanted nothing to do with the documentary and basically tryed to ruin the docu from happening...
 8 years ago '04        #5871
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Lets Go Canes !

no more f**kin losing to gotdamn mediocre north carolina.


f**k that s**t
 8 years ago '04        #5872
C.R.I.P. 3 heat pts
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f**k that...thats like the ultimate jinx

i never ever bet on the Canes or the Panthers.
 8 years ago '06        #5873
youngskits718 2 heat pts
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Damn it's supposed to be the canes in the ACC title game

I don't wanna look ahead but I think next year is the year
 8 years ago '05        #5874
CO Butta 4 heat pts
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 8 years ago '04        #5875
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i dont see a comeback in sight for this one fellas. f**k.

absolute failure
 8 years ago '05        #5876
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 P. Dedos said:
i got faith for my canes today

they want revenge for that choke job from last season

but 3.5 favorites


i suggest if u gamble on post you put your money up because this sure money


and i broke my rule on voting on my team

BUT I GOT MONEY TO BLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:laughing19::laughin g9::fawkdance:
 8 years ago '04        #5877
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f**k it

i'm really drinking that cyanide cup right now :hang:






f**k jacory

our o-line is straight garbage






but f**k fsu anyways you n*ggas are below .500
 8 years ago '04        #5878
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 P. Dedos said:
i got faith for my canes today

they want revenge for that choke job from last season

but 3.5 favorites


i suggest if u gamble on post you put your money up because this sure money


and i broke my rule on voting on my team

BUT I GOT MONEY TO BLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
my n*gga...

a lesson I learned from gambling was ...


1. you don't ever ever EVER bet on your favorite team...

a) you end up jinxing them
b) the loss of your favorite team hurts alot dawg... trust me, this is gonna be a long week
c) the loss of your favorite team and the loss of the money makes it twice worst

for instance, I bet $500 on the dolphins against the falcons on the season opener It was my first time gambling on a fins game

i love the fins but that loss made it 10X worst...
 8 years ago '07        #5879
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that defense is absolutely terrible....you cant expect them to stop anyone or get any turnovers. I cant even remember our last big defensive playmaker
 8 years ago '04        #5880
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 ttime236 said:
I cant even remember our last big defensive playmaker

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