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 7 years ago '04        #7121
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Press Conference News & Notes: 9/19
Sep. 19, 2010

By: David Lake





CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The University of Miami will travel to Pittsburgh this Thursday night to take on the Pitt Panthers.

The Pittsburgh game will be a key measuring stick for Miami as the Hurricanes are coming off a 36-24 loss at No. 2 Ohio State and need to get back on track.

Pittsburgh (1-1) began the season with a loss to Utah and is coming off a win over New Hampshire.

The Panthers are led by running back Dion Lewis, who rushed for 1,799 yards and 17 touchdowns as a freshman last season and receiver Jon Baldwin, who has 10 catches for 171 yards and two touchdowns in two games this season.

Read here for news and notes as Miami prepares for Pittsburgh.

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RANDY SHANNON OPENING STATEMENT

“This week’s game is against Pitt and it is another opportunity to play on national TV two out of the first three weeks and I think that shows what the University of Miami is all about. The game is going to be a physical game. Dave Wannstedt is a very close friend of mine, I have spent a lot of time with him and he wants to be a physically tough team that has a bend but don’t break defense. It is going to be an exciting game between two teams that are 1-1.”

NEWS & NOTES

• Pittsburgh’s offense consists of two good running backs in Dion Lewis and Ray Graham along with a big play receiver in Jon Baldwin. “They have two running backs that do a great job running the football with a 1-2 punch,” Shannon said. “That is going to be a big key to this game. They also have a big time receiver with Baldwin who is tall and makes a lot of big plays for them.”

• Shannon on the type of running backs Pitt has: “They are short, powerful runners. They are two good tough running backs. They are Pittsburgh running backs like what Dave’s mentality is. Dave have always been about running the football and slamming it up there, slamming it up there, and then hit you for a big play-action pass.”

• Following the Ohio State game, quarterback Jacory Harris says he received some messages on Twitter from fans that were of a racial nature which were disheartening. "You see some things and you get kind of hurt because it is your fans that are saying some things and it be the ones that before the game wrote you an encouraging message and then after the game they tell you they don't want a black quarterback here," Harris said.

• Miami is 3-5 under Randy Shannon in non conference games away from Miami. Going into the Pittsburgh game, Shannon says he isn’t concerned about the way UM has played on the road. “We have played plenty of games on the road and won games, so I don’t think that is a big hurdle,” Shannon said.

• UM leads the country in tackles for loss with 25 total through two games. “To be honest with you, this is the most tackles for loss I have seen at the University of Miami in a short period of time this early in the season,” Shannon said. “Hopefully we can get many more of those tackles for loss, because the more tackles for loss you get, the more you can do on third down.”

• Improving the tackling technique has been a big point of emphasis for Miami after the Ohio State game. “When you get in the game, guys go for big shots and big shots cause big runs sometimes,” Shannon said. “Now guys see the point of instead of not going for big shots, go for the tackles and get them on the ground. I think you will see major league improvement with that.”

• Shannon has a strong relationship with Pittsburgh coach Dave Wannstedt, who was his position coach at Miami and at the Dallas Cowboys and he was the one who hired Shannon as a coach at the Miami Dolphins. “We are very good friends,” Shannon said. “We talk about different things and text each other and we are going to continue to do that. On game day we will probably have a great conversation and talk about old times.”

• Going into the Pittsburgh game, Shannon says he doesn’t feel like he has any advantage because he knows what type of coach Wannstedt is. “He knows me and I know him, so it will be fun to play against him,” Shannon said.

• One thing Shannon learned while working under Wannstedt is the importance of chemistry among the coaching staff. “When I was with the Dolphins, Dave always wanted the staff to go out and do something together. We try to do that throughout the course of a season and I think that is big when you have staff chemistry and you have guys that can go out and be around each other. That is one thing that he has been big in.”

• Shannon on if playing in Thursday night games helps with recruiting: "You know what? I think half the time guys know where they want to go to school at. Some people like to be recruiting and go through the process of signing day and some of them just want to get through the season. I think that is why you see a lot more commitments early. Usually when you get those commitments early, guys stick with them."

• Miami already has three commitments for the 2012 recruiting class. Shannon talked about the difference with holding on to a commitment for two years now. "It is still a long ways to go," Shannon said. "A lot of guys commit when they are juniors or when they are tenth graders, but you still have a whole two years of going through the process. You are excited about it, but you can't make a comment about it and nothing is for sure. Next year he could change his mind and go somewhere else, so you don't get too caught up in it."
 7 years ago '04        #7122
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UM D-Line Controlling The Line Of Scrimmage
Sep. 19, 2010

By: David Lake





Olivier Vernon
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- For the University of Miami defensive line, stats don’t tell the whole story of how effective the unit played against Ohio State.

Miami finished with just one sack against the Buckeyes, but the defensive line did its job in stuffing the run, hurrying quarterback Terrelle Pryor, and 5.5 tackles for loss.

UM didn’t come up with sacks against one of the most mobile and strongest quarterbacks in the country in Pryor, but the defensive line did make plays in other areas.

“You can make plays other ways with tackles for loss and stopping the run and we are doing a good job of that,” sophomore defensive end Olivier Vernon said.

Miami’s defensive line has done a good job of getting penetration and getting up field during the first two games of the year against Florida A&M and Ohio State. After the first two weeks of the college football season, Miami led the country in tackles for loss with 25 total on the season.

Vernon credit’s the coaching of veteran coach Rick Petri to the improved play of the defensive line early this year.

“The technique that coach Petri has handed down to me and the rest of the defensive line has made a big difference,” Vernon said. “We go through the techniques every day in practice, so I carry that into the game. We get more reps at the technique than we did last year. Coach Petri stresses it a lot more, so we got to use it in the game.”

As good as Miami’s defensive line was at Ohio State, Vernon believes the unit might have been able to put even more pressure on Pryor.

“I think maybe we could have gotten a little bit more pressure at Ohio State,” Vernon said.

One key area Vernon says the defense will be focusing on while preparing for Pittsburgh this week is improving the overall tackling of the team. Miami’s defense had multiple missed tackles against Ohio State that led to scores by the Buckeyes.

“It is about wrapping up all the time instead of trying to always make the big hits.”

Vernon has liked the focus by Miami since coming off the Ohio State loss. Vernon says the team understands that having a great season starts with playing well at Pittsburgh on Thursday night. The Hurricanes can’t have a letdown game.

“Right now we are trying to get on track,” Vernon said. “We have forgotten about the Ohio State game and now we are just worried about Pitt. Ohio State is in the past now.”

Miami’s defensive line will have to continue their stellar play against the run this week against Pittsburgh, who features one of the best running backs in the country in Dion Lewis.

Last year Lewis ran for 1,799 yards and 17 touchdowns as a true freshman. This year Lewis has struggled to find his rhythm, having rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns in two games behind a rebuilding Pittsburgh offensive line.

“They have a real good running back, so we will have to be ready for that,” Vernon said
 7 years ago '04        #7123
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Practice Report: 9/20
Sep. 20, 2010

By: David Lake





Ramon Buchanan
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The University of Miami returned to practice early Monday morning as the Hurricanes finish their final preparations for Pittsburgh.

UM will face Pittsburgh (1-1) on Thursday night in primetime on ESPN. The kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m.

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

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OPENING STATEMENT

“It was a typical Wednesday practice. We flew around and got some one on one stuff done at the beginning of practice and at the end, which I thought was good. Some third down stuff and we worked on some red-zone. We have to work on red-zone from last week and getting better and trying to create turnovers.”

NEWS & NOTES

• Pittsburgh quarterback Tino Sunseri has done a solid job during the first two starts of his career this season against Utah and Pittsburgh. Sunseri has thrown for 459 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions while completing 65 percent of his passes. “He is doing a great job for them,” Shannon said of Sunseri. “He is not turning the ball over a lot and doing a lot of good things just managing the offense. They have two great receivers that they are going to throw the ball to and they have a great running back. We know we have to come out and control the run game and make sure that those big guys don’t get big plays.”

• A big key for Miami this week will be defending Pitt wide receiver Jon Baldwin (6-5, 230) during play-action passing. “He is a big guy that makes plays,” Baldwin said. “We recruited him coming out of high school and he stayed home to get Pittsburgh and their program right.”

• Pitt plays in the same stadium, Heinz Field, as the Pittsburgh Steelers. Heinz Field is known for consistently having some of the worst wind conditions of any NFL stadium. Shannon talked about how Miami will prepare for the windy conditions before the game: “You really don’t until game time and then you will decide which way you want to kick the ball and which end-zone you want to be in during the third quarter, fourth quarter, and halftime, which way you want to kickoff. You just wait until game time because the wind does swirl with that stadium and Giant Stadium is like that. Sometimes the Dolphins’ stadium swirls a little bit, you have to figure out what type of wind it is each day.”

• The first team defensive line on Monday morning was: LDE Andrew Smith, LDT Allen Bailey, RDT Micanor Regis, RDE Olivier Vernon.

• Junior LB Ramon Buchanan worked with the first team at weak-side linebacker.

• Senior CB Ryan Hill is challenging DeMarcus Van Dyke for the starting job and was seen taking reps with the first team Monday morning.

• According to Shannon, DE Marcus Robinson and DT Luther Robinson participated in practice.

• Turnovers were emphasized more in practice as Shannon would throw the ball to the defensive backs after a play to get them used to looking for the ball.

• Shannon is friendly with Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio, who suffered a heart attack after the Spartans beat Notre Dame in overtime 34-31, and sends his regards to the MSU Coach. “It is tough,” Shannon said. “I heard about it this morning when I walked into work and I am like whoa wait a minute. David Cutcliffe, Chan Gailey, and guys like that talked to me about it when I first got into the business and all my support goes to Mark. I know Mark and he is a good football coach and a good person and you never want to see anything like that happen, so I wish him well soon and I am going to be here for him if he ever needs me.”
 7 years ago '04        #7124
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TE Ford Still Adjusting to The Speed of Major College Football
Sep. 20, 2010

By: David Lake





Chase Ford
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Miami junior tight end Chase Ford needed a couple games to adjust to the speed of major college football, but now he says he is comfortable and ready to make an impact for the offense.

Ford, who impressed Miami coach Randy Shannon during the month of fall practices with his playmaking ability from the tight end spot, has played the first two games through some ups and downs.

During both the Florida A&M and Ohio State games Ford has had his share of dropped passes and he says the main reason is that he is still making the transition from junior college to playing at Miami.

“I am still getting used to the speed of the game,” Ford said. “It is a lot faster than the junior college level, like reading and reacting to the defensive backs. It is something I have to get used to. In the first game I was so jittery that I didn’t want to mess up anything.”

Ford ended the Ohio State game on a good note with a nine yard touchdown catch in the back of the end-zone during the fourth quarter, but he admits he all he could think about following the game was the drop he had in Columbus. It was the first touchdown catch of Ford’s career.

Through the first two games, Ford has caught two passes for 13 yards and one touchdown.

“I told coach Pannunzio when he asked me how I thought I played and I said coach any time I drop a pass I don’t think I played good at all,” Ford said.

“It is always good to catch a touchdown and get that first one out of the way. I was just lucky that I got it.”

Ford says he felt much more comfortable during the Ohio State game compared to how he felt against Florida A&M and he expects to

“I felt more comfortable and got a better feel for the game,” Ford said. “I felt more comfortable with my plays.”

Before the game at Ohio State, Ford got the opportunity to meet former UM tight end great Jeremy Shockey, who UM coach Randy Shannon has compared Ford to this year.

“I talked to him a little bit,” Ford said of meeting Shockey. “He was a real nice down to earth guy. You always hear about athletes being stuck up or something, but it isn’t like that when he was at the game the other day. He was real nice and friendly. It was nice to meet him and we talked about simple stuff.”

The toughest transition for any tight end playing on the college level is becoming an adept blocker. Ford says he has made big strides and improvements in his blocking since fall practices began in August.

“It is coming along pretty good,” Ford said of his blocking. “The defensive ends we have on the team give me a good look in practice. They are big, strong defensive ends and blocking them every day in practice gives me a good look for the games.”

As Miami prepares for Pittsburgh this week, Ford says he can tell the team has moved on from the mistakes they made against Ohio State.

“Mistakes are never good, but that means it is a learning process,” Ford said. “I would rather lose game two than game twelve. I’d rather get it out of the way early.”

“It was a learning process and we will get better from it in practice.”
 7 years ago '04        #7125
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Miami Hurricanes' defense has not been pretty

Coach Randy Shannon has UM's defense working harder to stop dropping potential interceptions and missing tackles.


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By MANNY NAVARRO

It's early in the season, but the University of Miami has a couple of statistics on defense to be proud of:

• The Hurricanes lead the nation in tackles for loss, averaging 12 ˝ per game.

• They rank second nationally in sacks, averaging 4 ˝ per game.

• And when it comes to total defense, they rank 16th overall, having allowed only 262 yards per game.

The ugly stats? Randy Shannon is keeping count of those.

During what he called an embarrassing film review of the Ohio State game last week, the fourth-year coach said he pointed out all of his team's issues on defense.

At the top of the list: a handful of dropped interceptions and catalog of missed tackles, which upset Shannon so much he couldn't help but let out his frustrations right after the game with an unprecedented tirade.

``You don't want bad things to happen to you, but sometimes those things can help you out,'' said Shannon, whose 19th-ranked Canes play at former Big East rival Pittsburgh (1-1) on Thursday night in a game that will be shown on ESPN.

``You can sit up here and tell a guy in baseball to step, plant and make sure you get your hips into [a swing] . . . [but] until he goes 0 for 16, he probably won't listen to you . . . now we have an opportunity to get better at tackling. Now, [our] guys see the importance of instead of going for big shots to go for the tackles and get them on the ground. I think you'll see major league improvement this week from them.''

To say tackling hasn't been a major league focus for the Hurricanes (1-1) since their loss at the second-ranked Buckeyes on Sept. 11 would be an understatement.

Defensive tackle Marcus Forston said every time the Hurricanes defense hasn't had all 11 of its players chasing after the ball carrier in practice, Shannon has made his team run the play over until the players get it right.

``That's the big thing they've been harping on since spring ball, during camp,'' said senior middle linebacker Colin McCarthy, who ranks just ahead of junior Sean Spence (15 tackles) with 16 tackles.

``[Pittsburgh] has a lot of good running backs, a lot of big receivers. So we need everybody chasing the ball, not going for the big hit, just wrapping up.''

Said Forston: ``We're getting better at it. Everybody is swarming to the ball.''

Shannon said aside from 11-on-11 drills, tackling also has been a bigger emphasis during individual defensive drills.

``You just keep working on it,'' Shannon said. ``It's grab cloth, knock a guy back, have guys spin and twist and just grab cloth the whole time. You get in a game, guys go for big shots. And big shots become big runs sometimes. . . . I was the defensive coordinator a few years back when we played at West Virginia. They got us for, like, 300 yards rushing. [We] came back and showed it to them. They understood what it was. They were embarrassed. Then, we played better defense.''

Part of playing better defense is also creating turnovers. The Hurricanes have only one -- a 22-yard interception return by Ray Ray Armstrong in the season-opener against Florida A&M. At Ohio State, Shannon said he counted three dropped interceptions -- one for Armstrong, another for senior cornerback Demarcus Van Dyke and another for sophomore cornerback Brandon McGee.

This week, senior cornerback Ryan Hill said Shannon has been targeting his secondary with surprise passes.

``That's probably one of the biggest things we've worked on this week,'' Hill said of UM's secondary. ``Striking the ball carrier, stripping the ball, intercepting the ball. I think coach Shannon, he's out there throwing balls after every play to the cornerbacks. It's kind of funny but we're doing everything we have to do to make sure we catch the ball.

``I saw him out there [Monday] throwing the ball to Demarcus Van Dyke. I was like, `What is he doing?' But I like when coach Shannon does stuff like that. It's having fun. But it's also making us work and making us think about creating turnovers at the same time.''

Said Forston: ``The biggest thing we have to do as a defense is get back to having fun. And you can only do that when all 11 guys are doing their job.''
 7 years ago '04        #7126
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Miami Hurricanes' Vaughn Telemaque hopes to be catalyst for turnovers

Safety Vaughn Telemaque, who has drawn comparisons to Ed Reed by coach Randy Shannon, is looking to help UM's defense create more turnovers -- starting with himself.


University of Miami defensive back Vaughn Telemaque breaks up a pass intended for Duke wide receiver Donovan Varner (26) during the fourth quarter of an NCAA game Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009 at Land Shark Stadium in Miami Gardens.
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When Ed Reed returned to the University of Miami this past spring for a visit, he made sure to speak with Vaughn Telemaque.

The six-time Pro Bowl safety and the Canes' all-time leader in interceptions had heard coach Randy Shannon mention how Telemaque had the potential to live up to Reed's legacy. So Reed dedicated a portion of his time to tutoring the redshirt sophomore on ways to become better at ball-hawking.

``He talked about how playing cornerback can help you learn where your vulnerable points are [in the secondary], and it can carry your safety [play] to another level,'' said Telemaque, who played a lot of cornerback for that reason in the spring.

``He said it can help you understand routes, where the quarterback is trying to fit the ball. If you can do that, then you know where you can fill the void at safety.''

Thirteen starts into his career, Telemaque still is looking for his first college interception for a UM defense that has created only one turnover in two games heading into Thursday night's game at Pittsburgh.

But as frustrating as the search for turnovers has been for the Hurricanes defense, the 6-2, 207-pound former All-American from Long Beach Poly High School a.ssures he isn't lacking confidence. He is handling the struggles with California cool and letting them roll off his signature dreadlocks.

``I need to get some more turnovers. I need to make some big-time plays like [Reed] and get that going,'' said Telemaque, who as a senior at Poly made 89 tackles and nine interceptions -- including three in the state championship game.

``[But] I understand I also need to be patient and just let it come to me. Patience is a virtue. I want to try to make it happen, [but] if I'm not making it happen, the guys around me will make sure we're making it happen.''

BOUNCING BACK

Patience is nothing new for Telemaque. Three games into his freshman season, he tore his labrum after a collision with Texas A&M fullback Jorvorskie Lane that caused him to miss the final 10 games of the 2008 season.

``Once he got hurt, he was like, `Man what am I gonna do?' '' said USC defensive tackle Jurrell Casey, a close friend of Telemaque's who played with him at Poly.

``It was tough for him because he was on special teams and just getting ready to get in the rotation.''

But it didn't take Telemaque long to bounce back. After missing the season opener at Florida State, he made 11 starts in the Canes' final 12 games and finished fifth on the team with 48 tackles last season. Along the way, he delivered his share of highlight-reel hits -- including upending Georgia Tech running back Roddy Jones and a vicious blow to Duke receiver Donovan Varner.

THE NEXT STEP

Although Shannon said Telemaque has done a great job signaling teammates in the secondary and lining players up in the right spots, it's the next step -- helping create turnovers -- coaches are waiting on.

So far, sophomore Ray-Ray Armstrong's 22-yard interception return for a touchdown against Florida A&M is the only turnover UM has produced this season. Last season, the team created 21 turnovers, nine by interceptions. But only five of those picks were made by players in the Canes secondary.

When Reed patrolled UM's secondary in 2000 and 2001, interceptions were the norm. UM snagged 50 between the 2000 and 2001 seasons. Reed recorded 17 of those over his final two seasons. But in his first two years with UM, Reed was more of a tackler with only two interceptions in each season.

``I appreciate [the Reed comparisons],'' Telemaque said. ``[But] I just want to go out there and play team football.

``Knowing I have No. 1 [Brandon Harris] as a corner, No. 8 [DeMarcus Van Dyke] as a corner, No. 26 [Armstrong] to my left or right -- that builds confidence, and that'll help me play to my potential.''

Receiver LaRon Byrd, Telemaque's roommate, said it is only a matter of time before the safety becomes more of the player Shannon projected him to be.

``We always talk about that,'' said Byrd, who wears Michael Irvin's No. 47 jersey. ``I'll be like, `VT, I have to have this blowout game' and he'll say, `Byrd, I have to have that shutdown game.' I definitely think it's going to happen for him soon. He just needs to keep working at it.''
 7 years ago '04        #7127
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damn i can't wait for thursday!!! :celebrate:


we finna shut down pitt !!!!!!!
 7 years ago '05        #7128
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 Cap Peeler said:
damn i can't wait for thursday!!! :celebrate:


we finna shut down pitt !!!!!!!
s**t me too...after the osu game i was like gotdamn 12 days to the next game...but it came up pretty quickly

and boooooo to whoever the f**k created this years schedule...no home game til oct 8 which is fsu (which i wont even be in town for ) so your telling me the next home game i can attend and tailgate is the north carolina game on oct 23 :budden:

its a f**king whole month :banghead:

ima have to go to the wackass dolphins game on sunday just to hold me down for some tailgating
 7 years ago '07        #7129
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1 day fellas

Its gonna get ugly

Im expecting straight headbussing and crisp offense.
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 Deeangoe said:
s**t me too...after the osu game i was like gotdamn 12 days to the next game...but it came up pretty quickly

and boooooo to whoever the f**k created this years schedule...no home game til oct 8 which is fsu (which i wont even be in town for ) so your telling me the next home game i can attend and tailgate is the north carolina game on oct 23 :budden:

its a f**king whole month :banghead:

ima have to go to the wackass dolphins game on sunday just to hold me down for some tailgating
lucky bastard

id k!ll to go to that one
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 Deeangoe said:
s**t me too...after the osu game i was like gotdamn 12 days to the next game...but it came up pretty quickly

and boooooo to whoever the f**k created this years schedule...no home game til oct 8 which is fsu (which i wont even be in town for ) so your telling me the next home game i can attend and tailgate is the north carolina game on oct 23 :budden:

its a f**king whole month :banghead:

ima have to go to the wackass dolphins game on sunday just to hold me down for some tailgating
for real..... it's f**king horrible. I'm mean i'm all in for having an early bye week since our schedule is straight murder up until we play Duke but damn...no home games for a month? It looks like Paul Dee was the f**kin genious behind this somehow while I see other teams like Ohio State and Oklahoma who have played 3 straight home games and actually ohio state is set to play their next game at home and they have 8 home games this year i mean are u f**king serious??

it's not like i can make it down ther for a game anyways im stuck in wack a.ss georgia attending uga and georgia tech games in the meantime :jay:
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 L-E-Dub b**ch said:
1 day fellas

Its gonna get ugly

Im expecting straight headbussing and crisp offense.
It's gonna be over by halftime.

I expect Jacory to throw for 3 or 4 TDs and DB with a couple TD runs. Our second string offense will be in the field by the end of the 3rd quarter and the 4th
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^ I like the way you think. Although i think it will be close until the end of the 3rd and break it open with some big play.
 7 years ago '04        #7134
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I just don't see how Pitt will be able to keep up with our offense. Their defense is completely depleted and their best d-lineman has completely disappeared this year. Our talent on offense is just way too much for this team to handle..... same goes with their offense. I said it before, Dion Lewis is a bit overrated and teams have been zero-ing in on him and that offense has gone nowhere. Spence played better than the freshmen Spence and Oliver Vernon is a certified true G so far. I trust in BH to shut down Baldwin on the outside as well.
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Gameday

Gonna go to this pittsburgh heavy bar in my canes gear with a couple of my cane brothern


:dancingcool:
 7 years ago '07        #7136
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 Cap Peeler said:
I just don't see how Pitt will be able to keep up with our offense. Their defense is completely depleted and their best d-lineman has completely disappeared this year. Our talent on offense is just way too much for this team to handle..... same goes with their offense. I said it before, Dion Lewis is a bit overrated and teams have been zero-ing in on him and that offense has gone nowhere. Spence played better than the freshmen Spence and Oliver Vernon is a certified true G so far. I trust in BH to shut down Baldwin on the outside as well.
I dont know bout that homie:lachen001:. BH is my boy, but Baldwin is the damn truth. I hope my skins get a shot at drafting him, he's gonna be a good pro

But about the game tonight? I wanna see the offense handle their business and blow this out by the 3rd
 7 years ago '05        #7137
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wannestache is the wild card! with his conservative a.ss

for those like me who wont be able to watch the game at home cuz of work

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 ttime236 said:
I dont know bout that homie:lachen001:. BH is my boy, but Baldwin is the damn truth. I hope my skins get a shot at drafting him, he's gonna be a good pro
I could see BH staying with him most of the game with maybe Armstrong helping over the top. No one else on their offense really worries me, maybe Dion but I keep hearing how the interior of their o-line is weak so I'm hoping for a big game by Forston, Bailey & co. And they have been struggling with getting Dion going so hopefully this won't be the game where it starts.
 7 years ago '04        #7139
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 dipset kid0221 said:
I could see BH staying with him most of the game with maybe Armstrong helping over the top. No one else on their offense really worries me, maybe Dion but I keep hearing how the interior of their o-line is weak so I'm hoping for a big game by Forston, Bailey & co. And they have been struggling with getting Dion going so hopefully this won't be the game where it starts.
everytime any team plays against the U they find some extra motivation you know im saying...... i wouldn't be surprised if these n*ggas come to play and Dion breaks a couple runs. With that being said, I still don't think he goes over 75 yds. Not with that o-line and their unsteady QB. And definitely not with the monsters we got at the d-line
 7 years ago '05        #7140
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