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 7 years ago '07        #7541
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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We losing big time

3 weeks for this s**t

Our athletic department needs to off themselves

3 mil & money isnt a option
 7 years ago '04        #7542
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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While UF only needed 3 days to make a hire and continue on with their lives, here we are almost a month since we fired shannon and nothing ..........


f**k outta here.............


i mean all this f**kin wait better be worth for something.... these motherf**kers had better hired Petersen for all I know. It's completely if they're still searching for a coach . 3 Million f**kin dollars and nothing yet??
 7 years ago '07        #7543
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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Exactly it all makes no sense

Time will tell tho
 12-12-2010, 10:06 AM         #7544
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If we choose either one of these guys over Edsall, I've lost all faith in Hocutt/Shalala bringing a winning football team back to Miami.
 7 years ago '05        #7545
Junior G 114 heat pts114
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why do Miami fans think they have talent left?

QB - mixed boy whatever his name is aka Jacory jr.
RB - Miller is nice, James sucks
WR - no hands Benjamin is your #1?? , Byrd, and Mr. Bust himself Aldarius Johnson.....s**t Dorsett prolly will start with these wack a.ss wr's

B. Harris will be gone so that secondary just got even weaker than it already was
Bailey ya best d-lineman is gone
Berry ya leading rusher is gone, though Miller is better
Hankerson ya best WR is gone, s**t he was ya only WR....
McCarthy is gone, I think he a bum but you clowns like him for some reason
Bosher ya kicker n punter for the last what 3 years is gone and he was big most of the time
Van Dyke is gone ya best safety
Franklin ya best Olineman is gone.....

you will be no better than 5-7 next year
 7 years ago '04        #7546
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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 Junior G said:
why do Miami fans think they have talent left?

QB - mixed boy whatever his name is aka Jacory jr.
RB - Miller is nice, James sucks
WR - no hands Benjamin is your #1?? , Byrd, and Mr. Bust himself Aldarius Johnson.....s**t Dorsett prolly will start with these wack a.ss wr's

B. Harris will be gone so that secondary just got even weaker than it already was
Bailey ya best d-lineman is gone
Berry ya leading rusher is gone, though Miller is better
Hankerson ya best WR is gone, s**t he was ya only WR....
McCarthy is gone, I think he a bum but you clowns like him for some reason
Bosher ya kicker n punter for the last what 3 years is gone and he was big most of the time
Van Dyke is gone ya best safety
Franklin ya best Olineman is gone.....



you will be no better than 5-7 next year
had you put these two first i woulda saved my time reading your whole bulls**t paragraph

Van Dyke was f**king garbage for 4 years here. I'm glad his a.ss is gone and now McGee is gonna get burn.

Franklin was our hands down worst, most underachieving upper classman OLineman. Continuously f**ked up good drives by getting false starts (s**t, most of the false starts came upon that bum n*gga). He had the most penalties committed by our lineman. Our best player up front is hands down Brandon Washington.

I like Bosher, very good football player, saved alotta TDs, but he was inefficient as f**k this year. Missed like 3 XPs

Brandon Harris isn't going anywhere. He's leaning at coming back

With Shannon, we went 7-5. I'm sure with another coach will go at the damn least 9-3 in the first year. Any coach in consideration right now is better than what Shannon was. Edsall would win us the coastal next year. f**k a marc trestman and his last year at NC State a.ss averaging 18 points a game for two years
 12-12-2010, 04:48 PM         #7547
The Lefty  OP
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Don't know much about Al Golden. Is he an offensive guy/calls his own plays?
 7 years ago '05        #7548
Junior G 114 heat pts114
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only way B Harris comes back is if the lockout goes through, he's already maxed his potential, why waste a year gettin older when you could be gettin paid...and I think he's tired of playin on espnu
 7 years ago '04        #7549
madness 12 heat pts12
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did this clown really call demarcus van dyke our best safety?

first off he's a cornerback. second off, he's trash. i mean absolute garbage. scared to tackle, doesnt make plays on the ball, and cant cover. pure garbage.

that being said, he'll probably end up being a solid pro once he gets coaching that maximizes his potential
 12-12-2010, 06:16 PM         #7550
The Lefty  OP
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I'm being told that Golden never beat a MAC team with a winning record. Ugh.
 7 years ago '04        #7551
KiNgJaMeS305|M 58 heat pts58
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 7 years ago '05        #7552
Junior G 114 heat pts114
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 The Lefty said:
I'm being told that Golden never beat a MAC team with a winning record. Ugh.
you are correct my friend have fun ladies
 7 years ago '05        #7553
Junior G 114 heat pts114
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 madness said:
did this clown really call demarcus van dyke our best safety?

first off he's a cornerback. second off, he's trash. i mean absolute garbage. scared to tackle, doesnt make plays on the ball, and cant cover. pure garbage.

that being said, he'll probably end up being a solid pro once he gets coaching that maximizes his potential
all your safeties suck so does it matter who I call the best???? your whole secondary is garbage outside of Harris
 7 years ago '04        #7554
KiNgJaMeS305|M 58 heat pts58
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randy shannon to be named DC @ texas
 7 years ago '04        #7555
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Golden's Guys: Who Are Temple's a.ssistants?
Dec. 13, 2010

By: Rudy Rodriguez-Chomat



So the University of Miami has a new head coach in former Temple head coach Al Golden. Now, the question is who will follow Golden to Miami. Golden took over a winless Temple program that went 1-11 his first season and the past two seasons the Owls won 17 games, including an 8-4 finish this past season that didn’t even earn Temple a bowl game.

However, the proof is there that if Golden can revive a program as inept as Temple was for most of the past two decades, one can only begin to imagine what Golden can do with a program that brings in the kind of talent that Miami does every year.

So who are his a.ssistants at Temple, what are their backgrounds and will they come along with Golden? The third question will be answered in the future, but the first two questions can be answered now.

One thing that can be answered without question is that there has been consistency with the coaches at Temple. A majority of them have been with Golden since he arrived at Temple.

Mark D’Onofrio – a.ssistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers

D’Onofrio has been the Defensive Coordinator for Temple for the past five years and has 12 years of experience overall having coached at St. Peters, Georgia, Rutgers, Virginia and finally Temple. His work as a Defensive Coordinator is clear as the numbers speak for themselves. Temple gave up an average of 19.1 points per game this season, good for 18th in the nation. Five of his players earned 1st Team All-MAC in 2009. This season, four of his defensive players earned 1st Team All-MAC honors. So for two season, 9 of the 22 players to earn 1st Team All-MAC were Temple defensive players, nearly 50 percent of the defense.

Prior to becoming the Defendant Coordinator at Temple, he coached linebackers, Special Teams and tight ends for two seasons at Virginia. At Rutgers, he coached linebackers for three seasons under Greg Schiano and was the Recruiting Coordinator for one season.

He played at Penn State for four years and also played for the Green Bay Packers for three seasons.

Matt Rhule – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach

The Temple offense has not been all that great over the past three of seasons, but it didn’t keep the Owls from having four offensive players earn 1st Team All-MAC honors this past season and three in 2009. However, the Owls offensive ranked in the bottom third of the nation this past season, ranking 77th overall in points scored, 25 points per game.

But Rhule’s effect on the team is not simply through the offense. He’s served in numerous positions on the staff in his five years at Temple, including the Recruiting Coordinator in 2006 and 2007 seasons when Temple’s recruiting classes were rated No. 1 in the MAC.

He has also served as the Quarterbacks Coach the past three seasons and the Defensive Line coach in 2006. Prior to his time at Temple, he coached at Western Carolina, UCLA, Buffalo and Albright.

Rhule played four seasons as a linebacker at Penn State, including playing in the Rose Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Florida Citrus Bowl and Outback Bowl.

Andrew Dees – Offensive Line Coach

The offensive line may be one of the biggest strengths of the Temple offense. Two offensive linemen earned 1st Team All-MAC this past season. Dees’ offensive lines have been so good that he was a finalist for the 2009 Offensive Line Coach of the Year by FootballScoop. Four of five of his offensive linemen earned All-MAC honors in 2009. He’s coached at Temple for five seasons starting off as a tight ends coach before taking over the offensive line in 2008. He’s also coached at Buffalo, Stony Brook and Wagner.

Dees played at Syracuse for four seasons and also played two seasons in the NFL. Dees may very well be the most successful a.ssistant under Golden wherein lies the issue with Jeff Stoutland possibly being the top a.ssistant coach at Miami under Randy Shannon.

Golden will be faced with a tough decision in hiring an offensive line coach because Dees has shown the ability to do the job.

Sean Desai – Special Teams Coordinator

Desai has two years of college coaching experience and the first one was spent as graduate a.ssistant. He coached the Special Teams in 2010 which shows that Golden thinks very highly of Desai. However, Desai is probably not what Miami is looking for in a Special Teams coach after the unit has struggled so much over the past few seasons.

Ed Foley – Tight Ends/Assistant Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator

Foley has been a coach for 22 years starting at SUNY Albany, then to Williams, Penn, Jacksonville, Fordham, Hofstra and finally his current stop, Temple. He’s been the Owls Recruiting Coordinator for the past three seasons. He’s also coached the tight ends and served as an a.ssistant Offensive Line coach. As a coach, Foley has helped a number of quality offenses. He played on the offensive line for four seasons at Bucknell.

Tyree Foreman – Running Backs Coach

Foreman has coached the running backs at Temple for four seasons after having been the a.ssistant running backs coach at Army for three seasons. Foreman has coached some of Temple’s more successful offensive players including running back Bernard Pierce who earned 1st Team All-MAC honors as a freshman while also earning Freshman of the Year honors in the MAC. He also earned 1st Team All-MAC honors this past season.

Foreman played college football at Virginia while Golden was a Defensive Coordinator. He also played a season for the Chicago Bears and a season in Europe. Foreman would be a prime candidate to join Golden in Miami.

Jethro Franklin – Defensive Line Coach

Franklin is an extremely experienced defensive line coach, having coached for 19 years which includes two stints at USC and seven seasons in the NFL, two seasons coaching the defensive line of the Houston Texans and a season coaching the defensive line of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and four with the Green Bay Packers. He’s also coached at Fresno State and UCLA before coming to Temple for the 2010 season. He coached one of the NFL’s premier defensive linemen in Mario Williams while coaching for the Texans. He’s also coached a number of top defensive linemen in college while coaching at USC.

Although the ‘Canes had a great year along the defensive line with Rick Petri, it would be hard for Golden not to take Franklin along with him to Miami.

Rob Spence – Wide Receivers Coach

Spence is a tremendously experienced coach with 21 years of coaching experience including 15 years as an offensive coordinator at Syracuse, Clemson, Toledo, Louisiana Tech and Hofstra. 2010 was his first season at Temple. He coached some of Clemson’s best quarterbacks ever in Charlie Whitehurst, Will Proctor and Cullen Harper. Spence never actually coached wide receivers until this past season at Temple so he might not be the ideal candidate to coach Miami’s receivers, but with a wealth of experience coaching offenses, Spence could actually end up being a candidate to be Miami’s next offensive coordinator.

Paul Williams – Defensive Backs Coach

Williams has coached Temple’s defensive backs the past five seasons and has 14 years of college coaching experience. Prior to Temple, he coached at Western Michigan where he coached current NFL safety Louis Delmas. Prior to that, Williams coached at Delaware, Penn and Lafayette. Since he joined Golden at Temple, Williams has coached some top level defensive backs including Jaiquawn Jarrett and Dominique Harris.

Tony Decker – Strength and Conditioning Coach

Saving the best for last, the Strength and Conditioning has been a major question at Miami for the past few years. Decker might be the answer. He’s been a strength and conditioning coach for 25 years including the past five at Temple.

His resume speaks for itself. He was named the 1998 Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year Awards from the National Strength and Conditioning a.ssociation.

He has worked as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at the University of Virginia (1998-2002) and Head Strength Coach at the University of Delaware (1988-98). Certified by the NSCA, the United States Weightlifting Federation, National Athletic Trainers a.ssociation and the American Red Cross, he has published multiple studies in medical journals and is a noted national speaker on both peak performance training and athletic training. Decker, a level I track and field coach, has worked with numerous professional, collegiate, and elite athletes, including players from the NFL, MLB, MLS, NBA and Olympic athletes.

Most recently, Decker served as Sports Performance Director and Director of NFL Combine & Pro Day Training at Velocity Sports Performance in Cherry Hill, N.J. In the position, he trained both professional and collegiate athletes from all sports. In addition to training several Philadelphia Eagles in support of their in-season strength programs, he prepared over 50 college athletes for the NFL combine. Decker arrived at Velocity in June 2003 after serving as a professor in the Department of Movement Studies and Exercise Sciences at East Stroudsburg (Pa.) University.

If he joins Golden, he would certainly be a major upgrade for the University of Miami.
 7 years ago '04        #7556
madness 12 heat pts12
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sooo we switchin to a 3-4 defense?
 7 years ago '04        #7557
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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Saving the best for last, the Strength and Conditioning has been a major question at Miami for the past few years. Decker might be the answer. He’s been a strength and conditioning coach for 25 years including the past five at Temple.

His resume speaks for itself. He was named the 1998 Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year Awards from the National Strength and Conditioning a.ssociation.

He has worked as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at the University of Virginia (1998-2002) and Head Strength Coach at the University of Delaware (1988-98). Certified by the NSCA, the United States Weightlifting Federation, National Athletic Trainers a.ssociation and the American Red Cross, he has published multiple studies in medical journals and is a noted national speaker on both peak performance training and athletic training. Decker, a level I track and field coach, has worked with numerous professional, collegiate, and elite athletes, including players from the NFL, MLB, MLS, NBA and Olympic athletes.

Most recently, Decker served as Sports Performance Director and Director of NFL Combine & Pro Day Training at Velocity Sports Performance in Cherry Hill, N.J. In the position, he trained both professional and collegiate athletes from all sports. In addition to training several Philadelphia Eagles in support of their in-season strength programs, he prepared over 50 college athletes for the NFL combine. Decker arrived at Velocity in June 2003 after serving as a professor in the Department of Movement Studies and Exercise Sciences at East Stroudsburg (Pa.) University.
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 7 years ago '07        #7558
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 madness said:
sooo we switchin to a 3-4 defense?
Lmao, both my football teams switching to a 3-4 now?? Lets hope this s**t works out better than it did for my skins cus that was a disaster. All I know is we most importantly need a bigass NT that can hold it down cus without a good one, the whole scheme blows
 7 years ago '05        #7559
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3-4 defense? with what linebackers?
 12-13-2010, 12:09 PM         #7560
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No way we run 3-4 next year.

Don't have a NT...

actually we don't have any D-Linemen that is right for it.
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