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 6 years ago '09        #8721
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 6 years ago '04        #8722
KiNgJaMeS305|M 58 heat pts58
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SaveUMFootball

Expect 20-25 players to sign with UM next month. That tells us that we are in for a frenetic January 2011. Lets do this. In Golden we trust. 1 minute ago via web

SaveUMFootball

Expect 3-star WR Phillip Dorsett, 5'10'' and 170 lbs, to sign with Miami on signing day. Rock solid. Runs a 4.40. Go Canes! 4 minutes ag
Papa Cane SaveUMFootball

Expect UM to go back to past practices: Recruiting the west coast for impact players (QBs, WRs, Safeties). The recruiting ties are there now


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 6 years ago '09        #8723
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Anyone know who Marqise Lee is visiting with? Hope it's Farmer

 6 years ago '07        #8724
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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RealDanMorgan

Al Golden needs to take these guys through a marine boot camp.
I think that sums it up perfectly. All the talent in the world and play like some little girls
 6 years ago '04        #8725
KiNgJaMeS305|M 58 heat pts58
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brennan_carroll


#TheU #CaneFamily #CaneNation I know you're out there... Day 1 and still grinding. []__[] about 1 hour ago via Twitter for iPhone
 6 years ago '04        #8726
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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Heard somewhere that Jacory was thinking of transferring


I'm torn... I don't really want him to go because we just don't have any QBs on the roster... at least he can stick around for depth purposes just in case Goon Morris goes down with injury which he wont cuz he will be untouched behind the best OL in football

But if he can't live with the new regime and he's gonna start acting like a little punk a.ss b**ch like he has lately along with his dad, then he can go and kick rocks. Go throw interceptions for a juco team or something.
 6 years ago '04        #8727
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For Canes, time to pull the weeds out
ON A SOUTHWEST AIRLINES FLIGHT HEADED HOME TO SOUTH FLORIDA -- After Notre Dame was done taking the Canes to school Friday afternoon at the Sun Bowl, I spent about 20 minutes behind the stadium watching UM close its chapter on the 2010 season.

One by one, as players and a.ssistant coaches trickled out from the locker room, all I saw were somber, defeated and disappointed faces. This unceremonious finish wasn't the way guys like Damien Berry, Leonard Hankerson and Ryan Hill figured their careers would end after Randy Shannon took over four years ago.

Hankerson tried to hide his disappointment. But he couldn't. In the middle of talking about all the great times he had at UM with his "brothers" and his "family" he broke down, covering his face with a towel so we couldn't see him weep. Berry, who led the Hurricanes in rushing this season, started to tear up as he said good-bye to a few equipment workers and friends who came to watch him play. Hill, who along with the rest of UM's secondary had a rough afternoon trying to chase down Michael Floyd, didn't hide the chip on his shoulder. Now that he knew his ride in Coral Gables was over, he cut loose when I asked him if he thought the next coach could do what Shannon couldn't.

"I think [he'll turn it around], but it will definitely take some time. I don't know how much time," Hill said before unleashing a little displeasure. "But I think the first thing he has to do is weed out the guys who he doesn't think will be beneficial to the program. We have a lot of guys that have to do a lot of maturing, that act like little boys. There are points like this in November, late in the season that it hurts you. We have a lot of growing to do in this program."

I couldn't have said it better myself. What Hill said summed up exactly what we failed to see during Shannon's tenure -- real, sound, player development. For all the praise Shannon got for being a great recruiter (I'll touch on that later), disciplinarian and bringing the school's APR scores up, two things he failed miserably at were hiring the right personnel to make his football team better on the field, and being a well-liked, charismatic ambassador of the program. Like it or not, the last two are probably the most important when it comes to winning and being a successful coach -- with recruiting right in there as well.

If there we one constant under Shannon, really, it was coaching instability. In Shannon's four seasons, UM had two offensive coordinators, two recruiting coordinators, two running backs coaches, two receivers coaches, three defensive line coaches and three defensive coordinators. And then you wondered why guys never seemed to take a step forward. It's kind of hard for players to develop when they have start over with a guy who has new ideas constantly. It's even harder when many of those a.ssistants weren't very good to begin with.

Shannon's personality -- as you well know -- wasn't sparkly either. For as much as his players may have loved him and still do, he never really won the fans or the media over, opting instead to be abrasive and at times combative when he really didn't need to be. Instead of letting people see the good side of his program that might bring people closer to liking it -- like the personality of his players (he shut down Twitter and cut off access to interviews), a.ssistants and even how fired up he would get in the locker room (go back and watch those clips from Hurricane Gameday) -- he shut everybody out, closed the door for privacy. All we saw instead was that stern, disinterested look on the sideline from Shannon and a team that went 28-22 under his rule and did nothing but make people angry and frustrated on most Saturdays.

You want to talk about brand? That's not an image of a successful program, one you can sell to boosters, trustees and more importantly -- the people who buy tickets on Saturdays and the top high school recruits who might have been interested in coming to the program.

I said I was going to get into recruiting: Shannon was hardly great at that. To me, he did what was expected. He got many of the top players locally who wanted to come to UM and a few top-notch pieces from other places (Seantrel Henderson, Storm Johnson to name a few). But he still missed the boat on a lot of good players who wanted to come to Miami and didn't fill key needs (look at linebacker and cornerback). Coming out of high school, you didn't hear a lot about guys like Pittsburgh defensive end Jabaal Sheard (Hollywood Hills) and West Virginia safety Robert Sands (Carol City). But you will in April during the NFL Draft. Both were in his backyard for the taking and now both will go on the first day of the draft. There are plenty of other examples -- UCF quarterback Jeffrey Godfrey (Maimi Central) is a big one.

I got the sense toward the end of his tenure, Shannon and his staff got a little complacent when it came to recruiting -- thinking they could go in at the last minute and swoop up local guys they wanted. Sound familiar? Ask local coaches like Miami Central's Telly Lockette, who just led the Rockets to the Class 6A state title with a roster loaded with nearly two dozen D-I recruits, and he'll tell you the Hurricanes didn't begin recruiting a single one of his players until Shannon was fired. Southrdige coach Patrick Burrows, who has two legit defensive backs headed to BCS programs, said he sent his top two players down to UM in his truck nearly every day during spring practice when they were juniors.

"They just kept coming back telling me 'Coach, they're just not interested in us,'" Burrows said two weeks ago.

The point here isn't to bash Shannon as his era comes to an end and his players begin walking out the door. There really is no need to pile on here. The point here is to learn from four years worth of mistakes.

There is no reason a talented player like Sam Shields should go through his career at UM as a mediocre player at best only to go to the NFL and start for the Green Bay Packers (where he's learned the basics of playing the cornerback position with flash cards). There is no reason a player like Leonard Hankerson should have to go work with former Dolphins receiver Mark Duper to learn how to become a better receiver. There is no reason a player like Jacory Harris, in his third year at UM, should still be looking like a freshman in his third bowl game.

I'm not saying players don't deserve some blame themselves for underperforming. But how can a football team continue to make the same mistakes game after game after game? How come the Canes looked progressively worse at the end of each and of Shannon's four seasons? UM ranked 114th in penalties this season, led the nation in interceptions thrown and probably was first in missed tackles (nobody counts those).

If you didn't think so before, I hope you know now that Al Golden has a heck of a job in front of him. Not only does he need to mend and solidify the fence that fell down locally in recruiting, he needs to hire a top-notch staff that is going to start making the players here a lot better and put them in situations to be successful. He needs to bring fans back to Sun Life Stadium and a sense of excitement back to the program.

Do you realize that if the Gators win their bowl game today, the Hurricanes will be the only in-state FBS program that didn't win its bowl game? Do you realize Miami's 7-6 record was tied with FIU for the second-worst among the FBS state schools (FAU finished 4-8)? The Golden Panthers won their bowl game. And right now I'm not sure UM could beat the Golden Panthers. UCF, meanwhile, not only won its bowl game, but is going to finish in the Top 25. The Canes lost to USF. And those Seminoles up at Florida State, they won 10 games in Jimbo Fisher's first season and seem primed to start ruling the state again. Sure, the Gators are down. But they've got a new head coach and Charlie Weis is supposed to be the team's next offensive coordinator.

It's time to start realizing how big a hole the Canes are really in.

It's time to start pulling out those weeds in Coral Gables.

It's time to start moving forward.

Good luck, Coach Golden. You've got a nation full of Canes who are praying you get the job done.
 6 years ago '07        #8728
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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Smh @ ryan hill

His bum a.ss accomplished not a damn thing....hope he has a good degree
 6 years ago '04        #8729
KiNgJaMeS305|M 58 heat pts58
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DURHAM, N.C. — I just arrived*about an hour ago for the Miami-Duke men’s basketball game*Sunday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium, an exciting*ACC opener for the Hurricanes.

Tip-off is 7:45 p.m. *

For now, some football news:*

A source with knowledge of coach Al Golden’s*plans has told me that*Arizona Cardinals*WR coach John McNulty has emerged as the front-runner to replace Mark Whipple as the Hurricanes’ offensive coordinator.**

It is believed McNulty, who was offensive coordinator/QB coach at Rutgers for three seasons before joining the Cardinals in 2009,*would also coach WRs at Miami, the*position formerly held by Aubrey Hill, who was officially*named WR coach at his alma mater, Florida, on Sunday.**

According to the source, Cleveland Browns WR coach George McDonald is the leading candidate*to become*the Hurricanes’*RB coach, replacing Mike Cassano. And newly hired TE coach/lead national recruiter Brennan Carroll will also handle special teams. Joe Pannunzio, the Hurricanes’*TE coach/special teams coordinator the past five seasons, was not retained.*

Golden told WQAM-560 during halftime of UM’s 33-17 Sun Bowl loss to Notre Dame on Friday that he was waiting to finish*filling out his staff*because there were NFL candidates interested.

In 2007,*McNulty’s first season*as offensive coordinator/QB coach at Rutgers, the Scarlet Knights set school records for total offense (5,841 yards), points scored (421) and first downs (295).

They also became the first team in NCAA history to have a 3,000-yard passer (Mike Teal-3,147 yards), a 2,000-yard rusher (Ray Rice-2,069 yards), and two 1,000-yard receivers (Kenny Britt-1,232, Tiquan Underwood-1,100 yards).**as all five players are currently in the NFL.

Before arriving at Rutgers in 2004 as the WR coach, McNulty spent six seasons in the NFL — the first five with the Jacksonville Jaguars as offensive quality control coach (1998-2000) and*WR coach (2000-02) and one season with the Dallas Cowboys as WR coach.

McDonald is in his second season with the Browns. He was WR coach at the University of Minnesota (2007-08) and Western Michigan University (2005-06) previously.
 6 years ago '07        #8730
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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Word is John Mcnulty is will be OC/QB Coach

He coached.the rugters and is now the WR Coach.forthe cards

Then they saying some WR.coach.from the browns for RB coach

 6 years ago '07        #8731
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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Kingjames beat me to it

Good s**t tho
 6 years ago '06        #8732
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^^^^^^^^^^^ good hires if true

Eight former Hurricanes -- defensive end Allen Bailey, kicker/punter Matt Bosher, running back Damien Berry, running back Graig Cooper, receiver Leonard Hankerson, offensive tackle Orlando Franklin, linebacker Colin McCarthy and cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke -- have been invited to represent UM at the 2011 NFL Combine from Feb. 23 through March 1 in Indianapolis, Ind.

According to Scouts.Inc, Bailey heads the class of draft prospects and is currently projected as a first round selection -- going as high as the top 15. He currently ranks 27th. Orlando Franklin is listed as the top offensive guard in the draft and the 49th overall prospect (2nd round).

McCarthy is the 88th best prospect and the ninth-rated outside linebacker. Hankerson and Cooper come in as the 145th and 148th best prospects, although ESPN experts disagree on Hankerson. Mel Kiper has Hankerson rated as the top senior wide receiver and someone he expects to be selected behind juniors that may come out early at the position.

> Offensive lineman Joel Figueroa, who played in only three games this season and who has battled shoulder problems throughout his career, is applying for a sixth year of NCAA eligibility.

> Junior cornerback Brandon Harris, who said he would decide whether or not he is leaving school early for the NFL, is rated as the 32nd best prospect, right on the first round bubble, by Scouts.Inc. He is considered the fourth best junior cornerback by Kiper.

> Senior cornerback Ryan Hill, fullback Pat Hill and defensive tackle Josh Holmes have not been chosen for the NFL Combine, but could still receive an invite at a later date.

> UM has tentatively scheduled its 2011 Pro Day workouts for March 10 at the Greentree Practice Fields.

> I spoke with national recruiting analyst Tom Lemming last night who told me the Hurricanes are looking two sign two quarterbacks in their 2011 class out of these four: Stanford commitment Kevin Hogan (6-4, 200, Washington, D.C. area), North Carolina commitment Marquise Williams (6-3, 218, Charlotte Mallard Creek), Iowa commitment Jake Rudock (6-3, 190, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, Fla.) and Palm Beach Dwyer High's Jacoby Brissett (6-5, 225).

> New UM defensive coordinator Mark D'onofrio will meet reporters at UM today after 1 p.m. Stay tuned from updates. I'll be there.


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 6 years ago '05        #8733
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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oh god, i hope the ncaa says no to figs
 6 years ago '05        #8734
Junior G 105 heat pts105
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 L-E-Dub b**ch said:
Smh @ ryan hill

His bum a.ss accomplished not a damn thing....hope he has a good degree
:agreement6: thank God you stole him outta Tally..
 6 years ago '04        #8735
Playnogames305 
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Word is RB coach is Terry Richardson from uconn
 6 years ago '06        #8736
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Storm Johnson
i know this is my time......i am going to work harder then anybody and get closer to my dream cause i know that the n*ggas we got on the team going to ride just like me and 7-6 is a record i promise you will never see again
well at least we know this goon aint gonna transfer
 6 years ago '06        #8737
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Golden Adds Running Backs Coach to Staff

South Florida native brings aggressive ground attack to Miami

Jan. 3, 2011

Terry Richardson has been hired by the University of Miami and head coach Al Golden as running backs coach. Richardson, known for his aggressive run game and producing talented student-athletes, comes to UM after spending 12 seasons at Connecticut in the same capacity.

The Broward (FL) County native molded UConn junior running back Jordan Todman into one of the nation’s best rushers. Todman, the 2010 BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year, is second in the country in rushing at 143.09 and first in the BIG EAST. Under Richardson’s tutelage, Todman earned Second Team All-America honors from the Walter Camp Foundation.

In 2010, UConn’s rushing offense was ranked 31st in the nation at 179.92 yards per game. Todman amassed 1,695 yards on the ground to lead a trio of rushers.

“We are excited to have Terry join our staff,” said Golden. “He is a South Florida native and brings a tremendous wealth of run-game expertise and a passion that fits what we are trying to achieve at Miami. In addition, he has molded some of the nation’s best running backs, producing NFL talent.”

The ground attack made dramatic improvements under Richardson’s watch as soon as the team joined the FBS ranks and has been one of its most consistent units over the past seven years.

In 2009, Richardson worked with two 1,000-yard rushers in Todman and All-BIG EAST Conference second-team pick Andre Dixon. UConn was just one of three NCAA FBS schools to boast a pair of 1,000-yard rushers.

The 2008 season saw running back Donald Brown become the nation’s leading rusher as he was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year and a First Team All-America pick by the Sporting News. He became UConn’s first National Football League first-round draft pick in 2009 as he was selected by the Indianapolis Colts.






UConn saw another All-BIG EAST performer in 2007 as Dixon gained 828 yards on the ground, narrowly edging Brown’s 821 for the team lead.
In 2004, Brockington carried the load for UConn, leading the BIG EAST with 1,218 yards and earning first-team All-Conference recognition. The 2005 season saw three different Huskies (Caulley, Cornell Brockington and Lou Allen) record a 100-yard rushing game in a deep position group. In 2006, UConn ranked 13th nationally in rushing offense behind All-BIG EAST performer Brown.

The depth at running back, that became such a well-told story line of the 2003 season, is a credit to Richardson. During the season, UConn started four different tailbacks, three of whom gained at least 186 yards in a single game. Not to be outdone, Brockington rushed for 10 touchdowns over the final three games alone.

In 2002, Terry Caulley galloped for 1,247 yards to lead all true freshmen in the nation. Overall, UConn’s per game rushing average shot up to 136.6 yards after averaging just 77.5 yards per game in 2001.

Richardson is a 1994 graduate of Syracuse where he was a four-year letterwinner at running back and wore the fabled uniform number 44. The coveted jersey is awarded only to exceptional Orange rushers, including Jim Brown and 1961 Heisman Trophy winner Ernie Davis. Richardson was Syracuse’s leading rusher as a senior in 1993 and played in the Blue-Gray All-Star Game following his senior season. Richardson helped the Orange to three bowl berths during his career, the 1990 Aloha Bowl, 1992 Hall of Fame Bowl and 1993 Fiesta Bowl. Syracuse won all three games.

Richardson signed a free agent contract with the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals in 1994 and also spent time with the Philadelphia Eagles (1995), Kansas City Chiefs (1996) and Pittsburgh Steelers (1996-97). He spent the 1998 season at Northeast High School in Oakland Park, Fla., as offensive coordinator and running backs coach to start his coaching career.

A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Richardson has four children, Terrance (19), Sheenai (18), Kayla (14) and Tierra (7).
 6 years ago '09        #8738
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Richardson is a beast hire:agreement6:

D'Onofrio said that they already have 40 official visits setup for January:dancingcool:
 6 years ago '04        #8739
KiNgJaMeS305|M 58 heat pts58
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Manny_Navarro

#UM confirms strength coach Andreu Swasey and Tim "Ice" Harris will remain on staff. Golden has not asked them to leave less than 10 seconds ago via web
 6 years ago '04        #8740
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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swayse finna be a puppet from here on out... you know AG is gonna bring a whole new strength and conditioning program and is gonna tell this n*gga to folllow it or else.


Terry Richardson is a beast :applause: this n*gga has had over 1200 yd rushers in 10 years straight at Uconn ... can't wait what he does with MillerTime and Storm we might actually have a 1000yd duo
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