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 11 years ago '04        #1241
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Greg Shaw isnt coming to miami and hasnt been and he hasnt been thought of b y miami fans at all.


Karnell Hatcher is a little slow but he is physical


Jordan Futch is 10 times better than glenn Cook was at the same point.

not to mention Cook is like 6'0" maybe 215 lbs.

Futch is 6'3" 210 now as a rising senior in HS
 11 years ago '04        #1242
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 P. Dedos said:
what the fu*k happened to Tervaris Johnson and ryan hill

are these guys even getting reps in practice
yes..Ryan Hill just isnt a WR and hasnt really contributed...TJ plays alot of Special Teams and Safety
 04-14-2007, 02:32 PM         #1243
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3 canes in the first round in our NFL mock
 11 years ago '04        #1244
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April 15, 2007

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After Miami's first practice this spring, coach Randy Shannon was asked how quarterbacks Kyle Wright and Kirby Freeman looked.

The coach's answer?

"I don't know," he said.


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Following UM's first scrimmage Shannon was again asked to evaluate the play of the quarterbacks.

"We're not worried about the quarterbacks; we have to worry about the team," Shannon said.

As the spring wound down reporters again pressed Shannon to talk about his quarterbacks.

"Are you happy with the progress of the quarterback position?" Shannon was asked.

His response: "I don't even know what the quarterbacks are doing. I'm trying to build up a team, and that's the one thing we're concentrating on."

Shannon wasn't talking about his quarterbacks.

And players said they were instructed not to talk about the quarterbacks either.

"We're not supposed to be making comments on them," offensive lineman Derrick Morse said.

The team hopes to dodge the brewing controversy surrounding Wright and Freeman.

Shannon did not make either player available to the media, the first time in recent memory that has been the spring policy with regards to the quarterbacks.

And neither quarterback was named the starter or even the frontrunner at the end of the spring.

It is a battle that will resume in earnest in the fall with more open competition. And it will also include incoming freshman Robert Marve.

Shannon has said he won't name a starting quarterback until the Tuesday before the team's season opener against Marshall.

Offensive coordinator Patrick Nix offered this on the play from the QB's: "I've been very pleased with their attitudes, personality, everything," he said. "I think we've all worked well together."

ANALYSIS: Insiders tell CaneSport.com that both quarterbacks were inconsistent this spring, although that certainly could have had something to do with the lack of healthy scholarship receivers. Wright or Freeman must step up over the summer and into the fall for Nix's offense to have a chance to be explosive, since Marve likely won't be ready to handle the mental aspect of the position as a true freshman.
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 11 years ago '04        #1245
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Will these two n*ggas step up^^??? I'm sick of reading that they're slacking and sh*t all the time. fu*k.
 04-16-2007, 02:55 AM         #1246
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April 15, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside High School QB E.J. Manuel spent this past weekend in Miami for a combine he wanted to attend.


So he figured he would check out UM's campus while he was there.

And he was blown away after getting a personal tour yesterday from head coach Randy Shannon and receivers coach Marques Mosely. Now Manuel is planning a follow-up visit with his parents for next month.

He's also heading back to campus tonight to meet with offensive coordinator Patrick Nix and quarterback Kirby Freeman.

"I had a great time yesterday with the coaches," said Manuel, who arrived on campus at 8:30 a.m. and remained there several hours. "It's a beautiful campus, a beautiful city. I could see myself living here. The football facilities are nice, and coach Shannon and Mosely both told me they have a lot of money in place for new facilities and redoing everything. Coach Shannon said once I get back down here it's going to be different -– the locker room, everything. The coaches were honest with me, which is how I want to be dealt with.

"The coaches showed me the dorms, engineering building, classrooms -- we walked around and saw everything. I still can't believe all the palm trees."

In addition to the campus tour and meeting with receiver Khalil Jones, Manuel spoke with UM's academic advisor.

"She came and talked to me, gave me the lowdown on biomedical engineering, which is what I plan on doing," said Manuel, who is in the Health Science Academy within his high school.

Manuel also sat down with track standout Amy Seward, who is also from Virginia Beach.

"We're friends -– we were on the track team together when we were younger and we go to the same church back home," Manuel said. "She said if you come here you have to be focused, and I will be focused. I'll be coming for a job and getting to the next level."

Manuel says Cane coaches never asked where UM stands in his recruiting picture.

And he's not saying anything publicly right now.

"It's wide open," Manuel says.

Asked where UM fits in the picture, he says, "Pretty high. I like Miami a lot. They're a powerhouse in the ACC, have a good coaching staff, a new coach in Shannon and Nix. But I'm not going to say 1 or 2 or anything like that."

He does say he hopes to make a decision before his senior season.

"I want to get it over with to concentrate on my senior year," he says.

As a junior Manuel completed 57 percent of his passes for 1,973 yards with 17 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also rushed for 450 yards and six touchdowns.

He's started since his freshman year.
 04-16-2007, 02:57 AM         #1247
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Miami Hurricane Baseball News.. I know this is mostly football, but fu*k it when I went there I loved the baseball program even tho its a down year. We still reppin them. :applause:


April 15, 2007

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Enrique Garcia struck out a career-high 12 batters in a complete game performance while outfielders Dennis Raben and Blake Tekotte each hit home runs as Miami (22-15, 8-9 ACC) evened its series against NC State (25-11, 10-7 ACC) with a 5-1 win Saturday afternoon at Mark Light Field. The game lasted two hours and three minutes and was the first complete game thrown by a Hurricane since earlier last season.

Garcia (3-2) tossed eight straight scoreless innings before surrendering a run in the top of the ninth on Pat Ferguson's double to right center, which scored Joe Florio. Florio led off the ninth with a single. Up until then, NC State had only managed three hits in eight innings. Garcia tossed UM's first complete game ever in ACC play and the first since Manny Miguelez threw one last March in a 7-2 win over Indiana.

Tekotte finished 2-for-4 with two runs scored and his first home run this season. Raben ended up 2-for-4 with two RBI and his seventh home run of the season. Mark Sobolewski also drove in two runs for Miami in going 2-for-3.

NC State's Andrew Blackman (6-3) suffered only his third loss. Brackman allowed five earned runs on 10 hits and walked three in seven innings. Sam Brown threw the final inning for the Wolfpack.

Jeremy Synan led State going 2-for-4.

Sobolewski's two-run single scored Tekotte and Roger Tomas putting Miami ahead, 2-0, in the bottom of the third inning. Tekotte hit a one-out single through the right side, before Tomas reached on an infield single. After UM was successful on a double steal, Sobolewski laced a single down the right field line.

Three innings later, Raben hit his second home run of the series down the right field line after a Yonder Alonso walk, putting Miami ahead, 4-0, in the bottom of the sixth.

Tekotte homered off the scoreboard in left field with two outs in the bottom of the seventh giving the Hurricanes the 5-0 lead.

Miami and NC State will wrap up their ACC series at 1 p.m. tomorrow. UM freshman RHP John Housey will face NC State LHP Jimmy Gillheeney.
 11 years ago '04        #1248
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fa sho', nowhere on the thread says that this is "football only" ^^, we just have made it seem like that

but back to football

April 15, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside High School QB E.J. Manuel spent this past weekend in Miami for a combine he wanted to attend.


So he figured he would check out UM's campus while he was there.

And he was blown away after getting a personal tour yesterday from head coach Randy Shannon and receivers coach Marques Mosely. Now Manuel is planning a follow-up visit with his parents for next month.

He's also heading back to campus tonight to meet with offensive coordinator Patrick Nix and quarterback Kirby Freeman.

"I had a great time yesterday with the coaches," said Manuel, who arrived on campus at 8:30 a.m. and remained there several hours. "It's a beautiful campus, a beautiful city. I could see myself living here. The football facilities are nice, and coach Shannon and Mosely both told me they have a lot of money in place for new facilities and redoing everything. Coach Shannon said once I get back down here it's going to be different -– the locker room, everything. The coaches were honest with me, which is how I want to be dealt with.

"The coaches showed me the dorms, engineering building, classrooms -- we walked around and saw everything. I still can't believe all the palm trees."

In addition to the campus tour and meeting with receiver Khalil Jones, Manuel spoke with UM's academic advisor.

"She came and talked to me, gave me the lowdown on biomedical engineering, which is what I plan on doing," said Manuel, who is in the Health Science Academy within his high school.

Manuel also sat down with track standout Amy Seward, who is also from Virginia Beach.

"We're friends -– we were on the track team together when we were younger and we go to the same church back home," Manuel said. "She said if you come here you have to be focused, and I will be focused. I'll be coming for a job and getting to the next level."

Manuel says Cane coaches never asked where UM stands in his recruiting picture.

And he's not saying anything publicly right now.

"It's wide open," Manuel says.

Asked where UM fits in the picture, he says, "Pretty high. I like Miami a lot. They're a powerhouse in the ACC, have a good coaching staff, a new coach in Shannon and Nix. But I'm not going to say 1 or 2 or anything like that."

He does say he hopes to make a decision before his senior season.

"I want to get it over with to concentrate on my senior year," he says.

As a junior Manuel completed 57 percent of his passes for 1,973 yards with 17 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also rushed for 450 yards and six touchdowns.

He's started since his freshman year.
 04-16-2007, 12:14 PM         #1249
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thanks Ra and Cap Peeler... yall steppin ya games up I see

Rakim should be a fu*king MOD by now, but instead we get Ohio State Suckeyes fan AKA DJ Max...
 04-16-2007, 12:21 PM         #1250
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 11 years ago '04        #1251
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 Black_Deuce said:
thanks Ra and Cap Peeler... yall steppin ya games up I see

Rakim should be a fu*king MOD by now, but instead we get Ohio State Suckeyes fan AKA DJ Max...
That's the same thing i said before they named DJ max new sc mod!. Rakim should've been up there.

Next thing, they're gonna put some fu*king florida state semenhole mod or something..
 11 years ago '04        #1252
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April 16, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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A few weeks ago Miami Northwestern QB Jacory Harris thought he had a Miami offer when his coach said he had one.

But now Harris isn't so sure.

"I haven't gotten a written document, and Miami coaches haven't said anything," Harris said. "If I get a Miami offer that would be great. But regardless everything is medium interest, no one is leading. I'm not deciding until after my season."

Harris now lists seven offers: LSU, Alabama, Miami-Ohio, Pittsburgh, FIU, Duke and UCF.

Harris says the Canes could become his leader if he likes what he sees in their offensive style in the coming season.

And, of course, a.ssuming he gets an offer.

What happens with Harris could determine the future of some of his high-profile teammates.

Harris says for now they are all talking about attending Miami together. He's close friends with highly touted prospects like Marcus Fosten, Tommy Streeter, Ben Jones and Sean Spence, who all have Cane offers.

And Brandon Washington, who is transferring to Northwestern for his senior year, has already committed to UM.

"On Friday we were all together talking about UM," Harris said. "They were saying how all of them have offers already, said it would be good if all of us could go there. But we want to make our decision after the season.

"Right now all of us want to go to the same place."

Harris is asked to envision a scenario where a program like LSU offers him and his teammates, while Miami offers the others but hasn't offered him yet. Does he think that would make a difference for his friends who all want to go to college together?

"I really don't know," Harris said. "We'll have to see how it plays out.

"We're all really good friends. We'll see what happens."


Miami needs this kid, he's the fu*king TRuTH!.


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 11 years ago '04        #1253
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April 16, 2007

Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine

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Orange (CA) Lutheran High School TE Blake Ayles received a Hurricane offer two weeks ago in the mail.

"I was definitely really surprised," he said. "I had only gotten one other letter from Miami and then they offered."

He says he has yet to talk to Cane coaches but that Miami will be one of his official visits.

The other visits he knows he's taking right now are Notre Dame and Wisconsin. The other two official visit spots are up for grabs.

"I'm up to 20 offers now," the 6-foot-4, 250-pounder with 4.7-second speed said. "Miami, Notre Dame, USC, UCLA and Wisconsin have offered along with a bunch of others."

Ayles says he'd like to make a final decision by the end of his senior season.

Of UM, he says, "I know they have great tight ends. I watch their games and things like that."

He says he has no clear frontrunners.

"I'm going to base it on my trips, see how I like the trips," he said. "I'm looking for a good team chemistry, having the team and coaches liking each other and the team having fun."

As a junior Ayles had 43 receptions for 600 yards and four touchdowns.

"People compare me to (former Cane) Jeremy Shockey a lot -- everyone compares me to him and how he gets open and how he blocks and how he has fun all the time," Ayles said.

Asked if distance will be a factor in his final decision, Ayles says, "No, not at all."
 04-16-2007, 02:42 PM         #1254
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USC Trojan here just droppin some respect to the true fans that ain't change their screen name and become Gators. Miami always in the mix and I'm just respectin that even tho last year was kinda rough for y'all. Hope y'all get that Seminole War Canoe next year.
 04-16-2007, 02:43 PM         #1255
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real recognize real homie.. I know were gonna be seeing USC in the title game for the next 10 years (Hopefully its vs Miami, which I think it will soon enough).. Joe McKnight and Ronald Johnson? Daaaaaaaaaamn
 11 years ago '05        #1256
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 RakimAllahNY said:
real recognize real homie.. I know were gonna be seeing USC in the title game for the next 10 years (Hopefully its vs Miami, which I think it will soon enough).. Joe McKnight and Ronald Johnson? Daaaaaaaaaamn
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 Simba said:
USC Trojan here just droppin some respect to the true fans that ain't change their screen name and become Gators. Miami always in the mix and I'm just respectin that even tho last year was kinda rough for y'all. Hope y'all get that Seminole War Canoe next year.
I'ma prop ya everytime the system lets me homie. And nah, we ain't never turning on our team dawg, we could go 0-11 next season (although that'll never happen at Miami) and we still finna be reppin' this sh*t to the fullest you feel me.

Oh and about FSU, don't worry bout dat we finna spank dat a.ss this season, i can't wait for that game. Same goes for Oklahoma, TX A&M, and Florida in 2008.
 11 years ago '04        #1258
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jacory harris is rail thin, he got a laser arm tho
bring him in to compete with marve next year
harris/marve > wright/freeman
 11 years ago '04        #1259
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A nice article from ESPN.com

Updated: April 13, 2007, 4:34 PM ET
Entire team introduced to Shannon's brand of discipline
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By Ivan Maisel
ESPN.com
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Randy Shannon has spent nearly his entire adult life either playing on or coaching the Miami Hurricanes' defense. He has won a national championship ring as a starting linebacker (1987), a graduate a.ssistant (1991) and a coordinator (2001) of that defense.

Randy Shannon
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Randy Shannon will be focused on the Miami defense and offense in 2007.

Shannon immersed himself in his defense. His small a.ssistant's office served as the unofficial clubhouse.

"That was the thing," Miami wide receiver Lance Leggett said. "The defense had that relationship. You go to his office, you'd see like 15 people in that room. The offense was split up."

Shannon's ability as a coach and his relationship with his players ranked high among the reasons that Miami, having fired head coach Larry Coker, promoted an a.ssistant off of Coker's staff (try to recall the last time any school did that).

But the truth is, Shannon had that relationship with just half the team -- his defense.

Shannon's "move" to his new job didn't include a call to Mayflower. But for half of the team, Shannon has been doing what most new head coaches are forced to do: hiring a.ssistants, learning his players' skills on the field and their personalities off of it.

Meet the new coach. Same as the old coach, sort of.

"I'm the same guy," Shannon said. "I'm not going to change. The only thing I'm doing, I'm embracing the whole team instead of just the defense. The defensive players know what the expectations are. They know how I am as a coach. The offensive guys have got to learn that."

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Shannon introduced the entire team to his brand of discipline: If a player fails to maintain a 2.5 grade-point average, he must live on campus. If Shannon's phone rings after midnight about any player, that player doesn't play the next game. Hats may not be worn inside the football building or at team meals.

It comes down to this: Do what you're supposed to do.

"Sean Taylor came late one day to meeting," Shannon said of his 2003 All-American safety. "Everybody on defense knew this: If you come late to meetings, you just got demoted. No questions asked. If you miss meetings, late, whatever: If you're first team, you go to second; second team, to third; third team, you probably won't travel. They knew that.

"I came to practice. Sean came out, put the guy behind him in front of him and Sean went back to second team. Never said a word. He knew what was expected because he wasn't better than nobody on the team. He was just like everybody else.

"We played the game that week. He was ranting and raving, high-fiving the guys, yelling, 'Keep going! Keep going!' and then we played Sean in the second quarter. That's when you know you can create a good atmosphere, when you got guys, when they do wrong, accept it, move on and get the other guy to do better than what he's doing."

The offensive players learned Shannon's laws without incident.

Kyle Wright
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All eyes will be focused on Kyle Wright and the Miami offense in 2007.

"At first everybody was kind of shocked," tight end Chris Zellner said. "But coach Shannon has that presence about him. You don't want to test it, so everybody's gon' do what they have to do."

"They learned real fast," defensive end Calais Campbell said of his offensive teammates. "Coach Shannon is real tough on you. You make a mistake, he'll rip you for it. If you do good, he'll praise you for it. They learn real fast you don't want to get in the doghouse."

Leggett noticed the difference in team meetings.

"Last year, you'd still see people laying back in their chairs," he said. "Now, it's more like you're in the Army. Coach Shannon never said anything about it. Everybody just gives him respect."

The other half of being in charge of the offense is figuring out what kind of offense to run. All Shannon knew is that he wanted it better than last year. Miami finished 87th in both total (313.46 yards per game) and scoring offense (19.62). The latter figure finished last among teams with winning records.

Most new prospective head coaches say that they walk into their job interviews with a list of the a.ssistants who will come with them. Shannon had no preconceived notions. He never had spoken to Patrick Nix, the offensive coordinator at Georgia Tech under Chan Gailey, until calling him to gauge his interest in coming to Miami.

Shannon admired Nix's moves in their annual chess game. The Yellow Jackets had beaten the Hurricanes the last two seasons, and Shannon noticed how Nix seemed to get his strongest players lined up against Shannon's weakest. He also liked how, after Georgia Tech starting quarterback Reggie Ball became academically ineligible for the 2007 Gator Bowl, Nix prepared backup Taylor Bennett well enough that the Yellow Jackets scored 35 points against West Virginia.

"That's kind of hard to do," Shannon said.

Nix said that the offense had scored as many as four touchdowns a scrimmage against the Miami defense during the spring. However, in the spring game April 7, quarterbacks Kyle Wright and Kirby Freeman combined to lead their units to a total of seven points. Nix said one of his primary goals has been to rebuild the mental toughness for which Miami has been known.

"They do seem a little fragile at times," Nix said of his offense. "It's been a really good spring. … It's going to be a process. It's going to be a long process of building that confidence and having that attitude. I do think we're heading in that direction. That's encouraging. We've got to keep pounding that into them and they'll believe it. They are good. We've got some very good talent. We have some depth issues. We have talent. If these guys just believe in themselves, we can do some good things."

Calais Campbell
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Calais Campbell picked up 10½ sacks for the Canes last season.

Those are the skills that Shannon has employed throughout his career. Most new head coaches bemoan the lack of coaching they do in their new job. Shannon insists that he can swallow the new job before it swallows him.

He is not swayed by the trappings of being a head coach. He barely has occupied his new, larger office. There are plenty of Miami trophies strewn about -- bowls, national championships, player awards -- but virtually no personal touches.

There is, however, room for more players to hang out. They still come by. Some might make only a quick stop at the never-empty candy dish on the desk of Myrna Schneider, Shannon's administrative a.ssistant. Others wander in to talk or watch video.

And yes, some of them even from the offense.

Campbell, who emerged last season to make 10.5 sacks and another 10 tackles for loss, said he has seen a difference in the offense.

"I feel like they have to compete more with each other for positions," he said. "They're playing a lot harder. You always play hard but I feel like you look at film and they've brought it up another notch."

The Miami offense will need another couple of notches to catch up to its defense. Shannon's ability to make the leap from outstanding coordinator to outstanding head coach will depend on it.

Ivan Maisel is a senior writer for ESPN.com. Send your questions and comments to Ivan at .
 04-16-2007, 04:59 PM         #1260
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Florida stil got some catching up to do in the NC department
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