Auditioning for NFL []_[]: the Canes’ Combine Performance

~ The following article was contributed by beloved Eye of the Hurricane blogger, Esteban ~

Eight Canes recently participated at the 2012 NFL Combine. Some Canes came away looking like they boosted their stock while others need to show more at the Pro Day coming up on March 8th. Let’s take a look at how each Cane did.

In alphabetical order:

WR/KR/PR – Travis Benjamin. In the preview of the combine I said Benjamin needed to run 4.3 and at least look strong. Well, he ran an official 4.36 which placed him tied for the fastest time among WRs. He also did 14 reps at 225 lbs which had most Cane fans surprised and probably surprised a lot of NFL scouts as well considering he weighed in at 172 lb. Outside of the gauntlet he looked strong in the drills and I think helped boost his stock. He looked quicker than most of the other WRs and was obviously faster. Benjamin also had a 38 inch vertical so that should make up for some of his lack in stature. Overall, he did what he needed to do to help his stock.

DT – Marcus Forston. I said for Forston, it was 80% medical report and those results won’t be released just yet, so I’m not really sure whether he helped or hurt himself. He measured in at 6’1 and just over 300 lb, and showed his strength in the bench press. Overall his work out numbers were very similar to Jerel Worthy, a DT who fits in the same type of mold as Forston. While very similar, Worthy’s numbers are better in each category outside of the bench press. Forston needed to be better than the guys who fit that same penetrating DT class he’s a part of.

 

QB – Jacory Harris. Jacory did the 1st thing I said he needed to do – meaning he weighed in at over 200 lb (203). I don’t know how he did in interviews, but considering some the comments about him being a very intelligent QB, I assume they went well. He did well in his work outs also. His vertical jump was 2nd only to RGIII’s and of course that’s the drill most likely to predict greatness in the NFL, so Jacory should feel good about his chances. Ultimately it looks like Jacory probably helped himself. He still may go undrafted, but he shouldn’t be waiting very long before some team signs him as a rookie free agent if that’s the case.

RB – Lamar Miller. Miller came in as a fringe 1st round prospect and seems to have helped himself making it more likely that he receives a phone call on draft day from a team picking in the 20s. Teams knew he was fast and he showed just how fast by having the best 40 time of all the RBs who participated. He didn’t do field drills since he’s still recovering from shoulder surgery, but just from reactions of the former personnel men who are part of the NFL Network team, he didn’t hurt himself any by skipping them. Again, we don’t know how his medical test went so that’s something that will greatly affect his stock. Based purely on the combine, it looks like Miller helped his cause and should now feel good about potentially going in the 1st round.

LB – Sean Spence. Spence did everything he needed to, but one thing – he forgot that being able to bench press 225 lb was expected of him. He had 12 reps and that stood out as a big red mark on his resume. Otherwise it was a solid combine. He ran well and tested well in other areas, but not good enough in any of them to erase those 12 reps from the minds of fans and probably not from the minds of the NFL people in attendance. Overall, his stock probably is about the same with a new red flag added to it. Teams will be paying more attention to if he looks weak on the field then before when looking at his footage.

WR – Tommy Streeter. Streeter did everything he needed to in order to shoot up the draft boards. He measured in at barely under 6’5, and weighed 219 lb. He ran one of the fastest 40 times and overall tested very well. The one thing that didn’t go in his favor was another 6’4, 215 lb WR being the combine freak at WR in Georgia Tech’s Stephen Hill. Hill stole Streeter’s thunder. Otherwise he probably would have been the talk of the WR group. He still received plenty of praise and probably gave his stock a strong boost.

DE/OLB – Olivier Vernon. I said Vernon needed to put on a work out warrior performance and he didn’t. He didn’t test out poorly, just poorly for what was expected, and he really couldn’t afford that. His stock seems like it had to take at least a slight hit. His work out numbers just didn’t exceed those of other DE/OLB prospects that were in attendance – some of which weren’t looked at as being overly athletic.

OG/OT Brandon Washington. First off BWash measured in at just below 6’3. So any thoughts of potentially having some team think he can play RT were BWashed away with that. But still Washington came in looking like he was in good shape – even while weighing 320 lb. Washington was generally rated as the #3 OG in the draft and might have moved into the #2 spot by default. Cordy Glenn, who was considered the #2 OG prospect, showed enough at the combine that some teams may be looking at him as a RT or even LT prospect now. And top OG prospect David DeCastro helped his stock as well. Trickle down effect is that BWash might find himself going a little higher strictly due to the fact that the guards in front of him will probably gone sooner. Any team that wants a top notch OG but doesn’t want to use a 1st round pick on one will probably be eyeing Washington in round 2. He looks like he boosted his stock – with help – into solid 2nd rounder territory.

216 Comments

  1. avatar

    ChiTownCane

    February 29, 2012

    Just started following you on twitter. You do a great job cover the Canes. Thanks for everything!!! Hope to see everyone in Chicago!

  2. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    Nice first, ChiTownCane!

    Would you like an orange virtual jello shot or green?

    I’ll be in Chicago and a few more from the site will be as well. I’m staying downtown at Hotel 71 downtown and flying in Friday morning. Pumped! Gonna be a great time! I’ll post more info re: tailgate and game day eve plans as the time draws near. 😀

    Thanks for the follow and thanks for commenting!

  3. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    Great job as always, Esteban!

    Thanks for writing this, especially with all you have on your plate right now!

  4. avatar

    Delray

    February 29, 2012

    Is there such a thing as a Taco slider?

  5. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    If you want there to be, Delray.

  6. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    To make that I would probably take flour tortillas, cut them into smaller peices with a biscuit cutter, fry them in oil, spread one side with sour cream, another with guacamole, and then stuff them with a ground beef.salsa mixture. Secure with sombrero toothpick.

    Who’s next?

  7. avatar

    HD69

    February 29, 2012

    Philly……Phils 6 Seminoles 1…….. That’s good on 2 accounts!

  8. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    I’m not above threatening my friends:

    Melissa grr. Ms Clark ain’t gonna be happy with me
    35 minutes ago · Like.

    Mary http://www.fallweddingsuck.com. Please at least don’t do it on the day of a home game or I will buy you matching TT#15 jerseys and life-sized cardboard cutouts of Nick Saban as your wedding gifts.

  9. avatar

    PlayaCane aka Rashad

    February 29, 2012

    ### When UM begins spring practice Saturday, quarterback Stephen Morris (back), starting receiver Allen Hurns and linebacker Gionni Paul will be limited, and starting linebacker Ramon Buchanan and defensive tackle Corey King will be out.

    ### Even though UM lost Lamar Miller, offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch said, “I feel we will be able to run as well or better than last year. Our group is very good. I’d like to see Eduardo Clements from the beginning competing for the job and build off the confidence he gained.”

    Ballyhooed freshman Duke Johnson, a summer arrival, figures to share carries with Mike James (whose per carry average slipped to 3.8) and Clements, who averaged 5.5 per carry (15 for 82) and caught 14 passes for 163 yards. Dallas Crawford will get a look at running back, but it will be surprising if he can crack the top three this fall, barring injuries.

    ### Offensive line coach Art Kehoe said the front-runners to start are Seantrel Henderson and Malcolm Bunche at tackle, Shane McDermott at center, and Brandon Linder and Jon Feliciano at guard.

    But, he cautioned, Feliciano playing guard is dependent on UM finding more depth at tackle, because Henderson and Bunche have had injury problems in the past. “Linder is going to be our leader,” Kehoe said…. UM wanted Luther Robinson to move to guard but he resisted and will apparently remain at defensive tackle.

    Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2012/02/manning-progressing-well-as-dolphins-await-pursuit-um-heat-notes.html#storylink=cpy

  10. avatar

    Sh!tHead McGillicutty

    February 29, 2012
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    CanesCanesCanes

    February 29, 2012

    Rashad – that was during my time. Clement was a gamer and Covington was not bad either. Covington started after Clement graduated.

    They were both decent, hard nosed QBs and we were thankful they came here with the sanctions and all that.

    One of my favorite games was the UCLA upset with Covington at QB and Edge running wild. It marked a turning of the corner for the program.

  12. avatar

    Esteban

    February 29, 2012

    Bunche should be back at OG – doesn’t seem to move well. Feliciano prior to his injury celebrating was doing more than just holding his own at RT. Should be given the chance to keep that job and have someone beat him out instead of him just being slid to OG.

  13. avatar

    Esteban

    February 29, 2012

    I liked Covington. Clement was good too prior to his shoulder/arm issues. He came back from them with a shot arm. Should have made the switch to Covington at that point.

  14. avatar

    PlayaCane aka Rashad

    February 29, 2012

    That UCLA is a all time favorite of mine. Couldn’t believe the Canes came back and won that game. Never got a feel on Kenny Kelly as QB. I guess I’d say he was average, but so glad #11 came along and took his job. lol

  15. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    Wish I could have been at the Orange Bowl to see it.

    I think that game coincided with the early action deadline, or at least was within days of when our applications were due.

    What I do know is that I received my admissions letter and scholarship offer about 3 weeks after that game. Christmas Eve, 1998.

    Ug, I’m so freaking old.

  16. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    February 29, 2012

    Kelly had a really good arm and was a good all around athlete in several sports, but he threw it up for grabs too often. He left the canes voluntarily to play pro baseball. Don’t know what happened to him after hat.

  17. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    February 29, 2012

    after that

  18. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    I believe he was busted for drugs a few years ago in Tampa, Cubed. Something like that.

  19. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012
  20. avatar

    ChiTownCane

    February 29, 2012

    Ill need an orange and green jello shot. Big basketball game tonight!!!

  21. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    Here you go, ChiTown! Enjoy!

  22. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    FSWho is scheduled for homecoming weekend.

    The last time we did that was my senior year, Miami 28- FSU 27, wide left.

    😀

  23. avatar

    BoriCane

    February 29, 2012

    Esteban
    February 29, 2012 at 4:32 PM

    Bunche should be back at OG – doesn’t seem to move well. Feliciano prior to his injury celebrating was doing more than just holding his own at RT. Should be given the chance to keep that job and have someone beat him out instead of him just being slid to OG.
    ——————————————————————————————

    ditto 100%

    Is Kehoe beyong his prime?

  24. avatar

    BoriCane

    February 29, 2012

    beyond

  25. avatar

    BoriCane

    February 29, 2012

    JSQ
    February 29, 2012 at 5:39 PM

    Ug, I’m so freaking old.
    —————————————————————————-

    Everything is relative!!

  26. avatar

    BoriCane

    February 29, 2012
  27. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    Depends on when Kelly got to Plant, wasn’t Marve Mr. Florida Football in 2006?

  28. avatar

    bg1906

    February 29, 2012

    Some surprises here!

    A look at Miami’s depth chart heading into spring practices, which begin on Saturday.

    OFFENSE

    QB — Ryan Williams, Gray Crow, Preston Dewey
    FB — Maurice Hagens, Mike James
    RB — Mike James, Eduardo Clements, Dallas Crawford
    WR — Allen Hurns, Rashawn Scott
    WR — Phillip Dorsett, Kendal Thompkins
    TE — Asante Cleveland, Clive Walford
    LT — Malcolm Bunche, Ereck Flowers
    LG — Jon Feliciano, Jeremy Lewis
    C — Shane McDermott, Jared Wheeler
    RG — Brandon Linder, Ben Jones
    RT — Jermaine Johnson, Seantrel Henderson

    DEFENSE

    DE — Anthony Chickillo, Ricardo Williams
    DT — Olsen Pierre, Curtis Porter
    DT — Darius Smith, Junior Alexis
    DE — Shayon Green, Dwayne Hoilett
    OLB — Kelvin Cain, Eddie Johnson, Josh Witt
    MLB — Jimmy Gaines, Gionni Paul, Raphael Kirby
    OLB — Tyrone Cornileus, Denzel Perryman
    CB — Larry Hope, Ladarius Gunter
    CB — Thomas Finnie, Keion Payne, Brandon McGee
    SS — Andrew Swasey, Vaughn Telemaque
    FS — Ray Ray Armstrong, A.J. Highsmith

    SPECIAL TEAMS

    P — Dalton Botts, Jake Wieclaw
    K — Jake Wieclaw, Matt Goudis
    KO — Jake Wielcaw, Matt Goudis
    KR — Phillip Dorsett, Dallas Crawford
    PR — Phillip Dorsett, Dallas Crawford

  29. avatar

    Calvin

    February 29, 2012

    Calvin says:
    February 29, 2012 at 4:27 PM
    insanze1, you can’t hide your j70, k&w doo doo beer hypocrisy, it’s all good though. mcguilt, that mofo kyle wrong had no upside cause he couldn’t think and got close eyed once the pressure or even if he thought pressure was coming, he folded up. He made fsu’s d-line look like the greatest d-line to ever play at fsu, what they have 7 to 9 sacks, in one game.

    kyle looked like a bozo back their, and like esteban said, that mofo never threw the ball deep, i remember the oc calling em out saying “the deep routes are being called” only to have thee incompetent one faking like he backing up kyle wrong.

    The 2nd in command vampire trying to tye during daylight is getting delusional. You have no post to back up your kyle wright post, him like nipple you continuosly supported them, don’t come on blogs later like it wasn’t written! In fact, you’d start wrong over j70. shannon & kyle was a perfect match, amde that mofo shut the hell up, than he tried to run to the media like they were going to save em, after that, we heard nothing else. I’d start kirby or kyle anyday of the week, at least kirby showed heart!

  30. avatar

    Calvin

    February 29, 2012

    bg, i luv that depth chart, they got brandon mcgee buried on that mofo, lol. They’re definitely going to make sure dzp takes that next step, cause Truth be told, ty is no joke, that man makes plays. swasey over telemaque is a good look too, i wouldn’t be to surprised if that actually sticks. shayon green starting made me realize just how short we are at the defensive end spots, maybe they’ll slide olsen or jalen grimble out wide.

    Somehow, i just don’t see thomas finnie not being in the starting line-up myself.

    I’m with esteban, i like feliciano at right tackle, that man was getting it done, at the same time, i can see him playing guard at a high level as well, especially if he’s an upgrade over harland gunn, if seantrel(maybe the next to jet out) can play up to brandon washington’s level(hopefully better) and feliciano does his thing, the left side of the line is going to be something decent. Would be real good to see what jermaine johnson brings to the table from here on in, seems like he got redshirted, he reminds me of fig, but hopefully he’ll be better than him. I can see this o-line coming together and being real rugged, especially if they’re stronger than last year.

    Going to be fun to watch and see if kehoe still has it, i do know under kehoe, i said it once he came back, we’ll see those long runs again, and i can understand why he wants to slide feliciano inside, but i would’ve let feliciano play right tackle until somebody beat him out, put jermaine johnson and LG. I’m not confident in malcom bunche being out wide, doesn’t seem to have the quick feet to do that and loses leverage to many times!

  31. avatar

    Ronny

    February 29, 2012

    Looking at that depth chart tells me one thing: We’re in tough this season. Hope the freshmen come to play because they might get thrown into the fire.

  32. avatar

    Ronny

    February 29, 2012

    I don’t understand all the mind games Golden plays with Seantrel. Does he really need to pushed that hard in the off-season? Him being 2nd string is a joke.

    I know we shouldn’t make to much out of this but still.

    Other observations on the depth chart:
    – I’m confident in our backfield without Miller
    – Hope Swasey and Highsmith get solid PT this year
    – And loving our Special Teams unit

  33. avatar

    JSQ author

    February 29, 2012

    I think Seantrel was tight with the puff puff pass group from 2010 that is no longer here. Maybe he needs the mind f@ck.

  34. avatar

    Ronny

    February 29, 2012

    This is totally random but I think Theron Collier would’ve done really well in the NFL had everything worked out for him at UM.

  35. avatar

    Six

    February 29, 2012

    Just saw “Act of Valor”

    PhillyCane, hell yes that was a badass movie for the action (acting and dialogue sucked all kinds of ass – then again, the actors were real SEALs and EOD guys)

    All I gotta say is, and I know you’ll know what I’m talking about ..

    Costa Rica. Rescue. Rescue boats with mini-guns on them. Game over.

    I started laughing b/c it wasn’t even fair

    They say at the beginning that the movie was based on actual missions or events, I remembered 2 of them immediately when watching .. if you’ve read “Lone Survivor” about Operation Redwing with SEAL Team 10 – then you’ll know what part of the movie they got it from

    Also, the heroic action of Michael Monsoor from SEAL Team 3 was used

    I’ll admit it, I got teary eyed

    Ernie Reyes Jr. was in it, that little badass dude from The Last Dragon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 and The Rundown

  36. avatar

    Six

    February 29, 2012

    BoriCane – Marve went to Plant High in South Tampa .. pretty nice school

    Kenny Kelly was out at Plant City High .. Plant City is a town outside of Tampa on the way to Orlando, known for its strawberries and Strawberry Festival

  37. avatar

    KLCaneFan

    February 29, 2012

    Ahhhhh this game is so frustrating!!!

    Please excuse the outburst.

  38. avatar

    PhillyCane

    February 29, 2012

    HD69
    February 29, 2012 at 4:01 PM
    Philly……Phils 6 Seminoles 1…….. That’s good on 2 accounts!

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    Yeppers love it!

  39. avatar

    Six

    February 29, 2012

    Sh!tHead McGillicutty – all the games I saw of Travis Johnson last year, he basically just lined up on the edge and ran go-routes .. only a couple of times did I see him line up in the slot and actually run anything in between the hash marks

    Kid is 6’4, so Jesuit knew no one could really cover him on the outside b/c of his size. If kids tried to stiff him at the line, he’d either toss them to the side or do a move to get around them then out jump them for the ball. If the kids played 5 or 6 yards off the line, then he’d do some kind of stop-n-go gimmick and they’d bite. He did play some Safety simply b/c the other team would try and throw the ball up to try and catch up to Jesuit on the scoreboard – how often do you see a 6’4 Safety back there? He’d just run over and pick it, he had either 6 or 7 INTs last year, just roaming around

    If Jesuit had a QB with a stronger arm, his ypg average would’ve been a lot higher since no one could really cover him due to his height and jumping. Remember the walk-on QB at USF that beat the Canes at home, picking on DVD and Ryan Hill? Bobby Eveld? His little bro Tommy was the QB for Jesuit this year, his first year starting varsity for them. Travis has had 3 different QBs in 3 years

    I’d put Rayshawn or ACrawford on him – definitely put Vernon Hargreaves Jr. on him, and then you could see what he is really made of

    Vinny Testaverde is the QB coach/Offensive assistant at Jesuit, so I’m sure he has Vinny in his ear

    His head coach, James Harrell, played for UiF back in the day .. so I dunno if he’s pushing for Travis to be a Croc or not, I know that Travis went to their camp couple of weeks ago

  40. avatar

    PhillyCane

    February 29, 2012

    LOL Six no that shyt was not fair but so fuqin awesome. They went in on em and everything was so tactical it was great. Loved the code words and such. I never knew it was based on real events I must of missed that but thats cool. I didnt read Lone Survivor but i mite check it out. The call of duty views were cool too it made me wana buy the game. Lol at you gettin teary eyed cause i kinda did but my one boy was sniffling hardddd a little to hard

  41. avatar

    PhillyCane

    February 29, 2012

    KL very frsturating! We need this win in a bad way!

  42. avatar

    PhillyCane

    February 29, 2012

    TALK ABOUT FRUSTURATING WTF

  43. avatar

    Six

    February 29, 2012

    PhillyCane – haha, I’ve got no problems admitting I was feeling it at the end … there was a girl behind me that was unleashing the rain from her eyes

    What they did at the end was exactly what happened with Michael Monsoor, that’s why it got to me. There’s video of it on YouTube, it’s something to see and hear .. people said they could hear the echo of the SEALs stamping their fist from a long way away

    Definitely check out Lone Survivor. Let’s put it this way – 4 SEALs vs. 100+ Al Qaeda goat f*ckers in probably one of the worst positions you could ever be in for a firefight. When you put the political jabs aside that are put in there by the author (who was part of the 4 man SEAL Team 10) – it’s pretty damn good and an insane story when you read what those men did

    The Navy recently named a warship after one of the SEAL Team 10 members from that book – guy deserves even way much more than that when you know what he did

  44. avatar

    Calvin

    March 1, 2012
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    Calvin

    March 1, 2012
  46. avatar

    autumn

    March 1, 2012
  47. avatar

    autumn

    March 1, 2012

    frustrating basketball loss

    . . . and the loss of morris to spring training

  48. avatar

    autumn

    March 1, 2012

    guess gray crow will be making his move

  49. avatar

    Canez1

    March 1, 2012

    That depth chart is based on off season conditioning.

    Don’t you remember last yrs?

    Wouldnt pay much attention to it at all.

    It will shake out in the end.

    GO CANEZ!!!!!

  50. avatar

    autumn

    March 1, 2012

    exactly . . .

    last year spence whipple was top qb for awhile

  51. avatar

    KLCaneFan

    March 1, 2012

    I can’t wait for Sunday!!

    🙂

  52. avatar

    BoriCane

    March 1, 2012

    Six
    February 29, 2012 at 10:22 PM

    BoriCane – Marve went to Plant High in South Tampa .. pretty nice school

    Kenny Kelly was out at Plant City High .. Plant City is a town outside of Tampa on the way to Orlando, known for its strawberries and Strawberry Festival
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    Lol!! Too many Plant’s I guess! Appreciate the info, thanks Six!

  53. avatar

    Uchamps

    March 1, 2012

    Canez1
    March 1, 2012 at 6:57 AM

    That depth chart is based on off season conditioning.

    Don’t you remember last yrs?

    Wouldnt pay much attention to it at all.

    It will shake out in the end.

    GO CANEZ!!!!!
    ————–

    Hell yea, i had to tell a bunch of fake-azz fans in the facebook group this very thing. They were going nutz over the depth chart. One dude even asked why Streeter wasn’t in the lineup! wtf??? and a few other idiots were pissed Howard, Duke, and Bush weren’t playing. SLOW!!

  54. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    I thought the same thing, Bori.

    I am so freaking excited to be on campus this weekend and see ‘Canes basketball, baseball and, most of all, our boys in spring practice!

    WOOOOOO HOOOOO! 😀

  55. avatar

    Calvin

    March 1, 2012

    Uchamps says:
    March 1, 2012 at 9:42 AM
    Canez1
    March 1, 2012 at 6:57 AM

    That depth chart is based on off season conditioning.

    Don’t you remember last yrs?

    Wouldnt pay much attention to it at all.

    It will shake out in the end.

    GO CANEZ!!!!!
    ————–

    Hell yea, i had to tell a bunch of fake-azz fans in the facebook group this very thing. They were going nutz over the depth chart. One dude even asked why Streeter wasn’t in the lineup! wtf??? and a few other idiots were pissed Howard, Duke, and Bush weren’t playing. SLOW!!
    /////////////////////////////////

    rofl, come on man, he asking for streeter, slap that guy!

  56. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Thanks to the generosity of UM letting season ticket holders attend Sunday’s practice and allowing us to purchase [additional] tickets for Sunday’s game, I paid it forward so there are two [four, actually, counting their guests] winners for the EOTH/CaneInsider CANES PRIDE photo contest.

    Thanks to all who participated!!!

    I have some more tricks up my sleeve to promote the site once allCanes starts up with the autograph sessions. 😉

  57. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Lol, Uchamps, you should see some of the comments on EOTH’s facebook page sometimes.

    Smh.

    Nearly as bad are some of the texts I get from friends.

    I don’t have patience for ignorance. I used to try to explain stuff to them, now I just say “READ MY SITE.”

  58. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    This one was a classic yesterday:

    “Who is Ryan Williams?”

  59. avatar

    Canez1

    March 1, 2012
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    Canez1

    March 1, 2012

    Anyone ever gone to a March madness event?

    I am going to a charity auction next week and there are suite tickets to the sweet sixteen and elite eight in Boston.

    Just not sure how it works. I am almost positive that they play 3-4 games per day.

    Any info would be much appreciated.

    Sounds like a cool weekend.

    Thanks!

    GO CANEZ!!!!!

  61. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Does Vegas over St. Patty’s weekend count as a March Madness event?

  62. avatar

    Canez1

    March 1, 2012

    No

    GO CANEZ!!!!!

  63. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Huff.

    Does too.

    There was even a guy dressed up as Alan with a little baby Carlos strapped to him outside of Caesar’s Palace (where I watched the FSWho game).

  64. avatar

    pb(EOTHROH12)

    March 1, 2012

    Went with a buddy and his 15 year old son to see Act of Valor last night.

    This one wont win any Oscars but it:

    A) Makes you incredibly proud to be an American
    B) Confirms what pusses we all really are, and I dare anyone to say otherwise, when compared to these bad asses.

  65. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    What’s it about, pb?

  66. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012
  67. avatar

    Six

    March 1, 2012

    JSQ – read what I wrote at 10:18pm and it gives you a little bit of info of what Act of Valor is about

  68. avatar

    HD69

    March 1, 2012

    Been to several SEC tournaments…great basketball atmosphere…played at least 3 or 4 games in the early rounds
    one had Charles Barley, Dominick Wilkens, Sam Bowie, Chuck person,Jeff Turner, Kenny Walker etc..

    http://www.ukwildcatsblog.com/2010/03/sec-tournament-memories-uk-vs-auburn-1984.html

    also several early round NCAA’s at Memorial Gym in Nashville

    being a basketball fan, would recommend to any one who likes the sport

  69. avatar

    Six

    March 1, 2012

    Canez1 – if you’re getting Elite 8 at TD Garden, you’re going to be getting 2 games b/c the Regionals are spread over 4 different locations across the country

    Boston, Phoenix, Atlanta, St. Louis

    Better to do the Sweet 16 if you have a choice in my opinion, probably a higher chance of upsets

  70. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012

    Eminem covers the Hurricanes?

  71. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012

    why do a live stream and have it end before the press conference ends?

  72. avatar

    Six

    March 1, 2012

    BoriCane – I’ll tell you what sucks, b/c believe me it’s not just you who get Plant and Plant City mixed … happens usually during the playoffs, but esp. this past year a bunch of parents/kids from Jacksonville Fletcher showed up to Plant High late b/c they stopped at Plant City looking for the high school. They said they finally found the high school way the hell out in the back-ass-woods, saw no lights on, saw no activity at the school and had to call/ask around where the game was …… 27 miles away in South Tampa

    They got their late, watched their team get their asses beat by Plant and then had to drive all the way back home

  73. avatar

    Hassan

    March 1, 2012

    LOL Six you are funny good story. I happened to know about Plant City High because My mom dragged me there for the damned Strawberry deal when I was young

  74. avatar

    Canez1

    March 1, 2012

    HD thanks for the heads up!

    Six the auction is for tickets to both the sweet sixteen and elite 8 at TD Garden.

    I’m cool with just a couple games. That’s plenty.

    I would just make a weekend out of it up there.

    Should be a great time. Hopefully the price doesn’t go through the roof.

    I will be splitting it with three others so it shouldn’t be too bad.

    GO CANEZ!!!!!

  75. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Sigh.

    My firm is moving its litigation department [JSQ waves] to downtown Fort Lauderdale.

    Better office space, better location,

    COMMUTE FROM HELL and me spending $600 on gas monthly.

    My boss is requesting the COO give me a stipend. And pay for my season tickets (not sure what that’s about, but shrug, ok).

  76. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012

    JSQ, sounds like you need a 2nd car – a gas miser. might be cheaper in the long run.

  77. avatar

    Delray

    March 1, 2012

    Six, do we get Hargraves or not. I know it’s early but ….Really like watching this kid. Must be even more impressive in person than on films.

  78. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    As my big teddy bear of a boss was trying to cheer me up in a room full of 20 other litigators [I have NO poker face unlike the rest of them], I stared out the window and imagined myself driving a prius or something.

    Ick.

    Sigh.

    I think you are right, Esteban.

    I need a second car.

  79. avatar

    Delray

    March 1, 2012
  80. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    I feel sorry for the people commuting from West Palm Beach but they don’t own their homes so they can just move and they drive those cars that you can’t use to fit 6 people and a tailgate for 20 in for a Trailernasty trip so they don’t have the same financial commitment there.

  81. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Blech!

    I hate cars, Delray. Hate hate hate hate hate.

  82. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Don’t you get some sort of tax write off for buying a hippy hybrid?

  83. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    JSQ -funny story, even though it’s a fake.

    Plus the guy on her arm looks like vanilla ice

  84. avatar

    Six

    March 1, 2012

    Hassan – the Strawberry Festival? I’ve been to that a lot of times, each time wondering why the hell I’m driving out to that hillbilly place … then when I get there and get some of the strawberry shortcake – I remember that it’s completely worth it

    They do that sh*t right out there, magical strawberries

    I got something for ya about the Strawberry Festival. Back when I was in college, the girl I was seeing wanted to go to the Strawberry Fest on a certain day b/c I thought she said that the group Real McCoy was going to be there. I was thinking, why the hell are they playing at a place like that. Some weird acts have come through there, but seems a little off. I said f*ckit, I’ll roll out there to see them – if I have to listen to “Another Night” or “Run Away” or “Automatic Lover”, it really wouldn’t be too different than going to a crappy club in Ybor City at the time that played that Night at the Roxbury type bad electronic music …… plus, of course it earns me poonanny points that I can put in the bank for later

    So, we get there, get our Strawberry Shortcake and turkey leg on, head to the stadium where Real McCoy is about to play. I look around and see nothing but cowboy hats (on girls it’s not bad, can be sexy as f*ck) and skin tight Wranglers with big ass belt buckles. I’m thinkin, didn’t know all these rednecks were into that Real McCoy crap

    Show starts, everyone starts hootin and hollerin … then some mexican looking dude in cowboy gear with a guitar comes out and starts singing

    It was f*cking Neil McCoy

    http://img.maniadb.com/images/album/179/179017_1_f.jpg

    I was like, I thought it was going to be Real McCoy – the girl said, why would Real McCoy be here? I said, I have no f*cking idea, you need to speak more clearly next time .. and then proceeded to sit through a Neil McCoy concert

  85. avatar

    Six

    March 1, 2012

    Delray – I’ve loved Hargreaves since seeing him as a Frosh and I know he loves the Canes

    I told you the story that Kehoe told me about offering him last year and how sarcastically pissed his mom was

    If Golden can sell Hargreaves on coming in, competing and being part of what could possibly be the best DB combo in the nation with Tracy Howard on one side and him on the other – then me thinks why wouldn’t the kid want to be a part of that?

    Then again, gotta also compete with UiF and FSU – Stoops rolling in and telling him that he’ll be better than Greg Reid and showing him the college atmosphere at Doak Campbell … same with Muschamp at UiF, being part of that defense that he’s building up there and playing the best conference in all college football, in a packed ass stadium like The Puddle

  86. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012
  87. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Cubed, I thought the same thing!

    Before reading the article, I thought it was about a hard-core Vanilla Ice fan.

    Entertaining nonetheless. 🙂

  88. avatar

    Delray

    March 1, 2012

    Thanks, with Kehoe on him, and of course you as well, anything’s possible.

    Sounds like we do have as good of a chance as anybody else.

  89. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Lol, Esteban, I was thinking more like a 2008 Prius.

    I think the payment on that would be close to what my gas stipend from the firm would be.

    But I would HATE driving that thing. So unsafe to be in that little contraption on I-95. 🙁

  90. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    They did say I could work from home more . . .

  91. avatar

    Delray

    March 1, 2012

    If you get the prius you can always get the sticker for the diamond lane!

  92. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    I don’t drive to work until that time restriction is over, anyway, Delray.

    I have anger issues in traffic, I can’t start my day like that.

    I’m sort of impatient. Just a bit.

  93. avatar

    autumn

    March 1, 2012
  94. avatar

    Delray

    March 1, 2012

    OK there Debbie D!

  95. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    I am definitely Miss Debbie Downer right now.

    I love Six [the SUV, but hey, I’m fond of the blogger too] with all my heart. He’s more than a car to me.

    I have to figure this out . . .

  96. avatar

    autumn

    March 1, 2012
  97. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012

    those VW Jetta’s that ran on Diesel used to get real good mileage. 2006 might be the last year it got about 40 mpg. Mid size sedan – VW so you know safety will be on par with any non SUV/Truck. Fuel Economy website has the numbers. 2006 Jetta with Diesel engine got user average 41 mpg. Prius got user average 45.

  98. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    I hear you on the gas. $100 a fillup – smfh

  99. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    Asante Cleveland @ 270 and in shape?

    I wouldn’t want to tackle him once he builds up a head of steam, or otherwise. 270? F that.

  100. avatar

    Canez1

    March 1, 2012

    I wouldn’t drive a ghey ass prius even if it was piss powered.

    F that.

    That is 60 yr old lesbo wheels.

    Might as well trade your cack in at the dealership while you are at it.

    Subaru wagons are a close second on the whack-o-meter.

    GO CANEZ!!!!!

  101. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012

    i agree with Canez1. can be gas smart and still look good while doing it.

    and 3xCanes…hopefully Cleveland looks like a bigger/stronger version of the 2010 Asante. If he’s ready to go this year that’ll be huge. Dude can be special.

  102. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    Este – can’t get over the 270…and Golden’s happy about it so he must be in shape. If he shows the 2010 skills, with that size, that’s a nice target and also a nice safety valve. Plus he’s got to be a better blocker. A good reliable tight end is a QB!s best friend.

  103. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Sorry, in my mind, if it is not a Yukon XL, it might as well be a wack-a$$ Prius.

    But if I get the stipend and work from home a couple of days a week it really won’t be an issue.

    I’m working on it.

    [JSQ cues “Let’s Stay Together” conjures up fond tailgating memories where Six saved the day with his ample storage space]

  104. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    btw there’s still plenty of gas in the ground – even in the US

  105. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Yeah, Cubed, lots of resources. A friend of mine who works up in Tampa in a cubicle next to a guy simply known as “Fartman” offered to use him to propel Six to and from downtown.

  106. avatar

    Calvin

    March 1, 2012

    JSQ says:
    March 1, 2012 at 1:02 PM
    LMAO!

    Moral of the story: don’t get anyone’s anything tattooed on your anywhere.

    http://www.happyplace.com/14442/awful-tattoo-leads-to-amazing-facebook-breakup/page/1
    ///////////////////////////////////

    Reminds me of what someone told me, not sure how True it is, but if it is True, sounds to me like she can be put in the same category, and i’m talking bout that jolie lady, if it’s True she carries her husband’s blood around her neck, he might need to smother that broad in her sleep!

  107. avatar

    Calvin

    March 1, 2012

    That’s why i kept saying last year asante should redshirt, he was way behind from a physical standpoint, but him being 270 is going to be real interesting, becasue that’s normally an overweight type of tight-end who’s just there for blocking. I’m just not sure he put on good weight myself, 270, must be all muscle but still, that’s classic big 10 tight-end type weight. This staff is going to be sure to make us a slower team but they must feel trading certain fundamentals for being a bigger teams is worth it.

    I’m not worried about us winning all the physical battles, as long as we use our skill to off-set the other teams physicalities we’ll be alright. For all that muscle uva had thos year, they still barely beat us, who wants to win like that and with that type of mentality. They only beat us because of some bad coaching decisions, #1 on the list was not calling a time-out when you seeing jimmy gaines doing something your own db’s aren’t doing, in press-man with a runningback, no safety help over the top, i still wanna slap somebody/s for that one.

    Point being, while uva might have been more physical than us, we still had the better team/players. Let them all continue to waddle in being physical, we need to keep the speed up above all else.

  108. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012

    Calvin, Golden is from that Parcells way of thinking – better to be big than to be fast. They see it as big is big. Even when tired. Fast isn’t as fast once tired. But that’s the reason Jimmy had teams rotating guys like crazy. And doesn’t factor in that big dudes get tired quicker so that faster guy even when tired will still be faster.

    on Asante, i think he has the frame to get big and he wasn’t that fast in the first place. Was real fluid in how he runs though so still could get separation. That’s where he needs to make sure he doesn’t get too bulked up. Don’t want to sacrifice that fluidity.

  109. avatar

    Esteban

    March 1, 2012

    and if Jermaine Johnson really does have his head in it this year and is healthy I’m okay with Feliciano playing OG. Henderson, Feliciano, McDermott, Linder, Johnson is cool with me.

    and when is the new roster released with the new height/weights/numbers?

  110. avatar

    PlayaCane aka Rashad

    March 1, 2012

    by: Steve Gorten March 1st, 2012 |

    CORAL GABLES – On National Signing Day, Hurricanes football coach Al Golden revealed that senior cornerback Brandon McGee had told him he was quitting track to focus on football.

    Considering that, it’s even more surprising to see that McGee, who started all 12 games last season, is listed third-team behind four other CBs – Thomas Finnie, Larry Hope, Ladarius Gunter and Keion Payne – on the pre-spring depth chart, based on offseason performance.

    Golden didn’t hold back his disappointment when asked about McGee on Thursday.

    “Should be better. He has no excuse. That’s it. End of story,” Golden said. “He wanted to focus on football and didn’t work as hard as some of those other guy. And so now he has his hands full with all of those guys.

    “If I was in his shoes, I’d try to lock [a starting job] down before six guys show up in August. I would. He didn’t do that in Phase 1. He’s got a chance to do that in Phase 2.”

    McGee finished eighth on the team with 38 tackles (25 solo) last season and had one interception.

  111. avatar

    PlayaCane aka Rashad

    March 1, 2012

    http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports_college_hurricanes/2012/03/armstrong-cleveland-have-the-best-offseason-for-canes-football.html

    by: Steve Gorten March 1st, 2012 |

    CORAL GABLES – Miami football coach Al Golden said Thursday his team made “significant progress” in the offseason program, and “most importantly, we got a lot stronger as a team.”

    Golden said 31 players can now bench-press 225 pounds more than 20 times compared to 11 players at this time last year, and six players, including No. 1 LT Malcolm Bunche, can bench that much 30 times compared to none at this time last year.

    Arguably the most impressive stat: senior RB Mike James benched 225 pounds 28 times.

    Meanwhile, senior safety Ray-Ray Armstrong had the best offseason of any player, Golden said.

    “Clearly, Ray-Ray Armstrong got the message,” Golden said. “ He made a lot of sacrifices on his time, gave up his winter vacation and made a lot of progress.

    “There’s not many guys on the team that got a black shirt, got the best rating you could possibly have in each of the eight ‘UTough’ segments, and he did. He’s leading by example right now.”

  112. avatar

    Uchamps

    March 1, 2012

    JSQ
    March 1, 2012 at 10:36 AM

    This one was a classic yesterday:

    “Who is Ryan Williams?”

    —————-

    Lmao!!! This one kept popping up! The WORST. I’m like, what team are you guys a fan of???

  113. avatar

    Uchamps

    March 1, 2012

    I’m a sucker for small cars. Just not the Prius or anything like it. All of my friends HATE THIS ABOUT ME but i love the smart car and i love toyota corrola. Never been a huge truck kinda guy although i do like looking at them.

    I’d just rather put ten bucks in a car and have it go to half a tank rather than have the needle sit still.

    Cal, I’m pretty sure Angelina Jolie wore billie Bob Thorntons blood around her neck.

    I think with Swasey still on staff Um keeps the spped to go along with the muscle. I can’t see Asante being a nasty slow 270.

    You can be big and fast. As proved by the early 2000 Cane teams and LSU’s team this year.

    I mean Vilma, Shockey and Co were nowhere near as tiny as our guys. As long as Phillip Dorsett and Hurns aren’t pushing 230 then we are good in my book. I can’t wait to see some muscle on the team. Asante at 270 sounds promising. Makes me wonder what the other guys look like.

  114. avatar

    canechic

    March 1, 2012

    $48 worth of gas = 3 weeks of driving to and from work….love my Camry 🙂

  115. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Hmmm I like Camrys, maybe that could be my weekday car.

    Hopefully they cough up the gas stipend so I don’t have to deal with this stuff.

    Everyone else is saying “F That! I’m working from home!”

    But I like going to the office, the people who try to kill me every day on I-95 aside. 🙂

  116. avatar

    Calvin

    March 1, 2012

    Esteban says:
    March 1, 2012 at 6:28 PM
    Calvin, Golden is from that Parcells way of thinking – better to be big than to be fast. They see it as big is big. Even when tired. Fast isn’t as fast once tired. But that’s the reason Jimmy had teams rotating guys like crazy. And doesn’t factor in that big dudes get tired quicker so that faster guy even when tired will still be faster.

    on Asante, i think he has the frame to get big and he wasn’t that fast in the first place. Was real fluid in how he runs though so still could get separation. That’s where he needs to make sure he doesn’t get too bulked up. Don’t want to sacrifice that fluidity.
    ///////////////////////////////////

    He has a good frame on em, but no 270 pound tight-end has popped up in my head yet that i can think of that was worth damyum in the passing game. I know most tight-ends are always hovering around 250, anything more, maybe once spring training starts he’ll lose some of that, we still got clive, so i’m not to concerned with our tight-ends being involved but 270 is a lot of weight to be totin around and than trying to get up field. Just imgaine running with two 10 pound weights on your back, cut 1 or 2 lose, your feet might almost come off the ground.

    At the same time, the more physical we play i like that too, but i’m not trying to give up our certain style of play for like you said, the parcells boring way of play. While those giant teams were tough, they were never that impressive, their defenses were solid but nothing dominating and had 1 dominating player in l.t. that put fear into people, they’re the only nfc team that barely beat buffalo thanks to that fieldgoal kicker, i’m just not impressed with that style of football. It’s geared towards people who don’t understand over-all talent. This is why parcells never had to many Miami guys on his teams, otis anderson bailed him out many times, him and l.t., take those 2 players away and parcells would’ve come up empty.

    As opposed to how jimmy j coached, you had to deal with top players all over the field all game. Pay to much attention to irvin, emmitt will get ya, pay to much attention emmitt, aikman slicing you up, pay to much attention to those 3, here comes novacek, leave alvin harper one on one, jump ball, he brining it down. pay to much attention to all of them..mooooooooosssseeee coming at ya. Than you had to deal with the talent on the o-line 1st.

    So it was on the other side of the ball, marylans, haley, darrin smith, norton, brock marion, norton, big cat, goes on and on, that’s why jimmy johnson always had the most exciting teams. Again, jimmy ran all those old boring azz coaches out the nfc least bringing in team speed.

  117. avatar

    BoriCane

    March 1, 2012

    Big fan of Asante Cleveland, ht and wt up in Gronkowsky territory.

  118. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    Gronkonski can’t be more than 240 – 250, right?

  119. avatar

    Uchamps

    March 1, 2012

    The Penn State scandal is part of a worldwide pedophile network where powerful homosexuals prey on vulnerable youths. This includes the Franklin Cover-Up (1988-1991) where boys from Omaha Nebraska’s Boys Town were trafficked to Washington politicians.

    Sandusky founded Second Mile in 1977 as a “foster home dedicated to helping troubled boys with absent or dysfunctional families.”

    That’s what members of NAMBLA (North American Man Boy Love Association) would call a “chicken ranch”.

    The victim in the 2002 anal rape in the Penn State locker room was a boy housed at Second Mile.

    Here it gets interesting – “The Second Mile Foundation was recognized as one of President Bush’s 1000 Points of Light. Marvin P. Bush is on the National Collegiate Athletic Association Board of Directors ”

    This is how child trafficking in plain sight works in America.

  120. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    One of my tailgating buddies thinks I should just get a smaller SUV and then stuff the cupcakes with $20 bills with all the $ I’ll be saving.

  121. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    How many gallons in your truck?

  122. avatar

    Calvin

    March 1, 2012

    Sandusky founded Second Mile in 1977 as a “foster home dedicated to helping troubled boys with absent or dysfunctional families.”
    ///////////////////////////////////////

    Nice name “second mile”, must mean that’s how far back off in the woods they got these young boyz just to get to the dirt road that’s another 30 miles from the main road.

    “points of light” meaning, they so far back in the woods, when it gets dark at night, you’ll at least that many stars.

  123. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    30 I think. Although it seems like I can roll up with a quarter tank and he will still take 28 gallons.

    🙁

    I love my insatiable SUV.

    Although it looks like I could own 2 X3s for the same price.

  124. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    I just did all this groundwork for an international deal for a south Florida BMW dealership and had a conference call with the owner.

    That’s gotta be good for a discount! Come on!

    Free oil change?

  125. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    30’s huge. That’s gotta be built on a truck chassis. You’re def over $100 a fillup, even with regular. Probably around 14mpg on that beast.

  126. avatar

    Six

    March 1, 2012

    This is what happens when you own a Prius

    Your passenger says they feel like they’re literally driving around in a vajay-jay. People ask you if it came with a dental dam. People tell you that their SUV sh*t one of them last night. People say it looks like a tampon on wheels. You listen to Little River Band. A bunch of bums have an orgy (“soup kitchen”) in it. Raccoons have babies in it. People take spite sh*ts in it

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrUYnOFZc2M

  127. avatar

    Six

    March 1, 2012
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    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    The biggest SUV’s out there are being driven by women, many of whom look like they need to be roundly roggered.. I’ll bet it’s mostly sensitive, socially aware males driving Priuses (Prii?). MINO’s – males in name only.

  129. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Hmmm I found a ML350 I like but the mileage is not much better. 15/20.

    But it has a rear back up camera!

    If this whole move goes through, I will probably get a new X3. They are 17/26 or something crazy good like that.

    Stupid downtown Fort Lauderdale.

  130. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Yeah, Cubed when I get stuck in stop and go traffic I consider just pulling over and lighting $20 bills on fire instead.

  131. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Roundly roggered?

    I’m guessing that doesn’t mean: throws a great tailgate with their SUV that doubles as a 3 bedroom apartment.

  132. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 1, 2012

    It doesn’t, JSQ, but I wasn’t referring to you. You’re too classy for that kind of wantoness. It’s mostly “Housewives of…” looking types.

  133. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 1, 2012

    Got it.

    Let’s all say a prayer tonight that the litigation department stays where it is, or even better, moves to Boca. Our office there is right across from my spin class!

  134. avatar

    BoriCane

    March 2, 2012

    CanesCanesCanes
    March 1, 2012 at 10:25 PM
    Gronkonski can’t be more than 240 – 250, right?
    ——————————————————————

    6’6″ – 265 lbs

  135. avatar

    SailorCane

    March 2, 2012

    Had a 2008 GMC Yukon Denali 32 gallon tank over $100 to fill up averaged 15.1 mpg over 83,000 miles driven. it was a cowboy cadillac loved it but dont really miss the 1.5 tanks I burned every week

    Had BMW X5 4.8is bad a$$ 350hp and would turn 150mph, also BMW 545i and BMW M3 convertible, great cars and SUV but dont be fooled on the 50K service department, BMW has sold so damn many cars/SUV on the “free service” that you may find yourself taking the car for oil changes somewhere other than the BMW dealership because of the long arse waits. Had my 3 BMW’s over 3 year period and didnt take them once to dealer because I would have to wait 3-4 house for a freaking oil change<—no thanks I would rather pay and get going!!

    You know what sound a Prius makes when you drive by it?

    ImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmGhhhhhhheeeeeeyyyyyyyy

  136. avatar

    autumn

    March 2, 2012

    milian with the entire transcript of golden = EXCELLENT info:

    http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/caneswatch/2012/03/01/hurricanes-coach-al-golden-discusses-spring-practice/

    for example:

    Q: You moved Jonathan Feliciano to the other side.

    Golden: We don’t like to play musical chairs with the offensive line. The surgeries for (Malcolm) Bunche and Seantrel (Henderson) a year ago, and the lack of production we got from Jermaine (Johnson) last year, we moved a lot of guys around. Jermaine had a good off-season, Bunche had a really good offseason. He finished third in off-season on the line behind [Sean] McDermott and (Brandon) Linder. He’s over 30 reps, he’s 31 reps. Here’s a guy with a couple more years of [college] football left and he’s doing more than guys who are moving on. I’m excited about that group. Feliciano’s best spot is inside. We’ll see how that goes. Jeremy Lewis has had a good off-season. Linder is inside, Ben Jones is in there, Jermaine can play guard.

    Q: Johnson wasn’t even on the radar last year.

    Golden: He’s made progress, has stopped worrying about the big picture and is focusing on getting better today. I’m knocking on wood that he’s going to continue to do that. He’s a talented kid. We missed him last year. Those three issues at that tackle spot caused a lot of musical chairs we didn’t want to have to go through. Hopefully those guys can solidify and stay at tackle the whole year. It would be great if we can keep Feliciano inside, play more guys, move guys in and out of the game at certain spots.

  137. avatar

    autumn

    March 2, 2012

    3 under the microscope
    by Brian London, CBSSports.com

    No. 1 – QB Williams. Redshirt sophomore Ryan Williams will get more reps in the spring with junior Stephen Morris missing time due to back surgery. Williams played as a freshman at Memphis, completing 165-of-290 passes for 2,075 yards and 13 touchdowns. Williams sat out last season after transferring. At 6-6, 220, Williams has a pro-style QB body but he has also impressed the coaching staff with his movement and ability to handle agility drills in the offseason. No. 2 – LB Cain. Kelvin Cain, a 6-3, 238-pound junior, was impressive as a freshman, playing in 11 games and starting four. He tailed off last season, only playing in nine games and starting the last two. He’s listed as one of the starters at OLB to start spring football, but will have to keep his production up to keep his first-team spot as other players have been raving about back up, redshirt freshman Eddie Johnson. No. 3 – RB Crawford. Redshirt freshman Dallas Crawford came to school as a DB. He’s been switched to RB because of the lack of depth at the position. Crawford, 5-10, 190, was a running QB in high school and has the ability to create “X Plays”, or explosive plays, according to coach Golden. RB Mike James said he “can’t wait to see” how OC Jedd Fisch will use Crawford in the offense.

  138. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Thanks, Sailor, that is helpful re the service plan on the BMWs. I had not heard that. A warranty and loner cars sound nice if something goes wrong but the only person I know who has had to take theirs in for work is Matt and that is because that thing is like 15 years old.

    And that answers Cubed’s question: 32 gallons.

  139. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Anyone here ever drive an ML350?

  140. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Ok, enough of my princess problems, I know what I sound like . . .

    Anyway, I heard there is a lot of crazy weather up your way, Nash. Stay safe!!!

  141. avatar

    CapeCoralCane

    March 2, 2012

    What’s up folks…Been crazy busy but did get a chance to see the Canes BB team play in Fort Myers a couple weeks ago. Can’t wait for the series this weekend with the crocs. I know most have seen this highlight reel from Canefreak on Duke but it never gets old. Can’t wait till he gets on campus. Watch how he hits another gear on the punt return at the 3:56 mark……BLAZIN.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbxbK5MzmVw

  142. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    nash, esteban, Uchamps, hmmmmh, we’ll see!
    ///////////////////////////////

    Q: Talk about the cornerback position.
    Golden: Clearly (Larry) Hope and (Ladarius) Gunter have done a nice job for us to start off. They both need to get in better shape and learn the system, but they look like they have the requisite skills. That’s one of those position that, once the senior prom is done, they’re going to come join us and compete for jobs. We need more production. I’m not telling you anything you didn’t know. We didn’t get enough interceptions from the cornerback position, we weren’t physical enough, we couldn’t play enough man for anybody’s liking. Too much free access for receivers that we played, and that’s going to change. And it’s either going to change with personnel or it’s going to change with scheme.

  143. avatar

    Esteban

    March 2, 2012

    it better change.

  144. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    Esteban says:
    March 2, 2012 at 11:02 AM
    it better change.
    ///////////////////////////////

    lol, i’m just gone put it the way goldie logically put it about ray ray:

    It’s one thing to say it’s going to change. It’s another to have your actions support that. Right now, we don’t have any reason to trust or believe in what coach do noff is doing.

  145. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    It won’t be long before tracy howard comes in and tells p.w. & do noff, “i didn’t come in here to play this shat, phuck that” and just line-up and play whatever the hell until he’s proven wrong. Going to be some good clashes between the players and defensive coaches.

  146. avatar

    Hassan

    March 2, 2012

    Six those points are great to store up lol I was married so i turned in my player card and now that I am divorcing I think i forgot to update my address cause they never sent me an updated one lol Been home from Afghanistan and you can’t believe how old I feel war is hell, been out and striking out everytime lol At least I try.

    Gronk is 6’6 265 Asante is 6’6 270. Walford is 6’4 245. We need both, we did not take a TE this year and we had one grad so that unit in a way relaxes but we need a big upgrade in production obviously esp in the run game.

    Who is this Ryan Williams guy I keep hearing about? lol

    Sandusky is a member is a secret society that Rick Santorium also eblongs to, interesting Santorium is the one to nominate Sandusky for a big time award he won for the “charity work” that he performed. The secret society is known to practice satan worshipping and sodomy rituals….. I hate knowing this stuff btw, I need to find better life skills then going to war spying on people. JSQ you need an office secratary? lol

  147. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Lol, Hassan, after this office move we might!

    There is about to be mutiny amongst the staff because everyone lives in Palm Beach county!

  148. avatar

    Ronny

    March 2, 2012

    JSQ says:
    March 2, 2012 at 9:28 AM
    Anyone here ever drive an ML350?
    ——————————————————————————————————-

    I have. My uncle has one. It’s really nice. But I prefer the Mercedes G-Wagon. Do you do alot of highway driving? If so, then you’re gonna pay alot for gas no matter which big SUV you decide to get.

    I’m looking to buy a used 2009 X5. I’ve already checked it out. I won’t do too much highway driving with it so gas isn’t a big deal for me. Plus my Civic is my commuter car to work.

  149. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    Hassan says:
    March 2, 2012 at 11:56 AM
    Six those points are great to store up lol I was married so i turned in my player card and now that I am divorcing I think i forgot to update my address cause they never sent me an updated one lol Been home from Afghanistan and you can’t believe how old I feel war is hell, been out and striking out everytime lol At least I try.

    Gronk is 6’6 265 Asante is 6’6 270. Walford is 6’4 245. We need both, we did not take a TE this year and we had one grad so that unit in a way relaxes but we need a big upgrade in production obviously esp in the run game.

    Who is this Ryan Williams guy I keep hearing about? lol

    Sandusky is a member is a secret society that Rick Santorium also eblongs to, interesting Santorium is the one to nominate Sandusky for a big time award he won for the “charity work” that he performed. The secret society is known to practice satan worshipping and sodomy rituals….. I hate knowing this stuff btw, I need to find better life skills then going to war spying on people. JSQ you need an office secratary? lol
    //////////////////////////////////

    ROFL!

  150. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 2, 2012

    Hassan, you’re kidding with that stuff, right?

  151. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    Ronny says:
    March 2, 2012 at 12:06 PM
    JSQ says:
    March 2, 2012 at 9:28 AM
    Anyone here ever drive an ML350?
    ——————————————————————————————————-

    I have. My uncle has one. It’s really nice. But I prefer the Mercedes G-Wagon. Do you do alot of highway driving? If so, then you’re gonna pay alot for gas no matter which big SUV you decide to get.

    I’m looking to buy a used 2009 X5. I’ve already checked it out. I won’t do too much highway driving with it so gas isn’t a big deal for me. Plus my Civic is my commuter car to work.
    /////////////////////////////////

    That x5 is a pollution machine, shame on bmw for that, they traded trying to minimize environment damage to try and have the suv with the best gas mileage, none worked. They do have an x5 diesel, the funny thing is, the tank hole is designed for you to never be able to mistakenly put regular gas in their so what you have to do is ride round for a thousand days trying to find a gas station with the right nozzle to fit the diesel one, by that time, you’ll be catching the bus anyway. bmw=broke my wallet!

    I think Canez1 is a bmw man himself, you can tell from the tone of his post, he keeps standing behind his car with the engine turned on in the garage to many times.

  152. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    CanesCanesCanes says:
    March 2, 2012 at 12:12 PM
    Hassan, you’re kidding with that stuff, right?
    ///////////////////////////

    Hell naw he’s not kidding, but don’t worry, if you buy charmin tissue you helping to tithe for the same cause!

    It’s along the lines of churches chicken & snapple, u know the saying, God bless amerikkka!

  153. avatar

    Sh!tHead McGillicutty

    March 2, 2012

    I think Canez1 is a bmw man himself, you can tell from the tone of his post, he keeps standing behind his car with the engine turned on in the garage to many times.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    I ain’t gonna lie….I just snotted out my nose, at that one.

  154. avatar

    Six

    March 2, 2012
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    Six

    March 2, 2012

    #1 ranked UiF visiting over the weekend

    I think the Canes will win 1 game at best

  156. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Ronny, my commute is mostly highway now. I live just east of I-95 now and my office is actually visible (quite vainly, we have our name at the top of the building) from I-95 in Broward. With the new commute, I will have to go about 2 miles east on Broward to downtown FLL everyday after getting off the highway.

    I already have the Yukon XL 1500 which gets around 1.5 miles to the gallon. In all seriousness, maybe 12-13. But I love it.

    So the ML350 would actually be an improvement, but not as much as the X3.

    My bosses have X5s and X6s so they are beyond proud that they have indoctrinated their little token shiksa into their way of thinking.

  157. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    They won the game I attended in 2010, Six, so I’m hopeful! 🙂

  158. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    For those going this weekend, we are headed to Titanic at 5pm between the basketball and baseball games. So far I know there will be at least 4 of us in the group, but it could be more around 9.

  159. avatar

    CapeCoralCane

    March 2, 2012

    1. No. 2 Florida (7-1) at No. 8 Miami (8-0)
    Alex Rodriguez Park, Coral Gables, Fla.
    After having a tussle with Cal State Fullerton during opening weekend and then sort of sleepwalking its way through a series win over William & Mary, this will be a wakeup call for Florida. Meanwhile, Miami might be able to match the Gators arm-for-arm, especially with the glowing return of Eric Erickson, who is 2-0 in his two starts and has yet to give up an earned run. He is one of three pitchers with more than 10 innings of work and an ERA of 0.75 or lower. If you like heated rivalries with top-shelf talent, get on a plane now and head to Miami International Airport because this one is going to be riveting.

    Key matchup: The Game 3 pitching matchup.
    Miami’s Bryan Radziewski (1-0, 5.59) hasn’t been very steady so far and the Gators have concerns with Karsten Whitson, who started last Sunday but went only 13 pitches before getting pulled.

    Canes take 2 of 3….

  160. avatar

    Canez1

    March 2, 2012
  161. avatar

    CapeCoralCane

    March 2, 2012

    Turds had to come from behind to beat Bethune Cookman in the 9th last week also. So far they have NOT played up to their ranking.

  162. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    I’m already getting offers on the Yukon! lol!

    He’s a handsome devil . . .

  163. avatar

    Hassan

    March 2, 2012

    CanesCanesCanes says:
    March 2, 2012 at 12:12 PM
    Hassan, you’re kidding with that stuff, right?

    ————————————————————————————————–

    Unfortunately no, Not sure what it is but it seems like Old rich powerful white men seem to like secret societies world domination and lil boys. it is like an Austin Powers movies mixed with with some weird cult gay porn.

    I worked around some of the most powerful men in the world, cabinet level guys and i can tell you those guys are some strange rangers…..

  164. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    I thought he was talking about the Ryan Williams part. I think Hassan was kidding about that, bc UChamps and I were talking about that yesterday.

    My other favorite is complaining about Duke not being on there.

    Um, Duke is in high school bro. Get hooked on phonics, yo.

  165. avatar

    Hassan

    March 2, 2012

    The story you did not head is how this “charity” is basically a “feeder system” for power men on capital hill. People were killed in the cover up of this thing and a lot about it will never see the light of day, this is not the first time this has happened either, This Sandusky thing is big and goes way beyond football.

  166. avatar

    Hassan

    March 2, 2012

    yeah I am kidding about Ryan Williams, lol how can you post on this blog following the Canes and not know who Ryan Williams is? I know he is not Dan Marino but he could be the start QB for the Canes you might want to get to know him lol

    Then again back in the day before we had instant coverage 24/7/365 and recruiting sites we would just turn on the TV in the fall and see a kid make a play and be like “who is this kid?” lol

  167. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 2, 2012

    Ok, I totally understand now Hassan

    Thanks for clearing that up, I was confused

  168. avatar

    Canez1

    March 2, 2012

    Unfortunately no, Not sure what it is but it seems like Old rich powerful white men seem to like secret societies world domination and lil boys. it is like an Austin Powers movies mixed with with some weird cult gay porn.
    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

    http://gifs.gifbin.com/sw50sw8sw578.gif

    GO CANEZ!!!!!

  169. avatar

    CK

    March 2, 2012

    MUST LISTEN

    Olivier Vernon reveals that he was introduced to Nevin Shapiro by Clint Hurtt and Aubrey Hill with the Playmaker (skip to 7:34):

    http://wqam.com/index.php?page=347

  170. avatar

    Canes Outsider

    March 2, 2012
  171. avatar

    shwarma5

    March 2, 2012

    JSQ – If you are going to go smaller SUV, can also look at the Lexus RX 450H. Granted you are dipping into hybrid territory again, but thing looks just the same as the regular version and you are talking 30 highway.

  172. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 2, 2012

    Yea, that Facebook thing had hoax written all over it, but it was still funny as hell.

  173. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Thanks, Shwarma!

  174. avatar

    shwarma5

    March 2, 2012

    CK – Clit Hurtts has always been the link. Question is whether any evidence was found that other coaches/Dent/admin knew about it….that will determine how bad the punishment is.

  175. avatar

    shwarma5

    March 2, 2012

    And actually for the rest of us on the road JSQ in a smaller SUV might be safer…

  176. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    CK says:
    March 2, 2012 at 1:57 PM
    MUST LISTEN

    Olivier Vernon reveals that he was introduced to Nevin Shapiro by Clint Hurtt and Aubrey Hill with the Playmaker (skip to 7:34):

    http://wqam.com/index.php?page=347
    //////////////////////////////////////

    Although it’s not new news, shannon told hurtt not to deal with that man but he let em go to louisville the quiet way instead making it look like UM fired em. But it’s always to me, but i guess if you can’t coach, you gotta have something valuable in order for them to keep you around. It couldn’t come fast enuff, i couldn’t wait to not hear “he’s a high motor kid”

  177. avatar

    Esteban

    March 2, 2012

    Hassan, put me up on prisonplanet. i still check it out daily. have 1 guy added to the Obama list. He’s still way behind Clinton though.

    and yeah a lot of these “charities” like Sandusky had are for less than positive use. But not really surprising since most of our overseas “intervention” and all that usually comes with demands and worse.

  178. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Lol, I’m a great driver!

    I’m just aggressive!!!

  179. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012
  180. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    And yes, I saw the mileage and I know it’s not that much better.

    I hate cars and I can’t find an X3 navigation and my current detachable navigation is trying to kill me.

    Seriously, in Tampa it told me to turn on to the highway’s exit ramp, to actually veer off the highway while on the bridge (Six the SUV = can’t fly), and then took me on a detour that made it 7 hours to get back to Delray the next day. And I left the hotel at 7am.

    Don’t get me started on what that bish tried to do to me in Trailernasty.

    I think she hates the ‘Canes or something. She was purchased for me by a croc. Makes sense.

  181. avatar

    shwarma5

    March 2, 2012

    JSQ I was recalling for some reason a driving and texting story, though might be mistaken

  182. avatar

    Hassan

    March 2, 2012
  183. avatar

    Esteban

    March 2, 2012

    thanks Hassan. got it bookmarked. will be going through it.

  184. avatar

    CK

    March 2, 2012

    shwarma5
    March 2, 2012 at 2:26 PM
    CK – Clit Hurtts has always been the link. Question is whether any evidence was found that other coaches/Dent/admin knew about it….that will determine how bad the punishment is.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    I could be wrong (which certainly wouldn’t be the first time), but I think this is the first time we have heard it clearly stated from a player. To me thats pretty big news. And dont forget, Vernon also cites Aubrey Hill as being there when he was introduced to Shapiro.

  185. avatar

    Uchamps

    March 2, 2012

    Cal, you know i was gonna post this as soon as i read it!!! Yea we will see. He betta get his boy in line
    —————————————

    I’m not telling you anything you didn’t know. We didn’t get enough interceptions from the cornerback position, we weren’t physical enough, we couldn’t play enough man for anybody’s liking. Too much free access for receivers that we played, and that’s going to change. And it’s either going to change with personnel or it’s going to change with scheme.

  186. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 2, 2012

    I don’t have a crystal ball, but the trend has been for the NCAA to have the punishment follow the offender/coach, as opposed to dumping it all on the present group who may not have had anything to do with the alleged offense.

    See: “show cause” for Tressel or Pearl, as examples

    imo, as long as the NCAA doesn’t conclude that the behavior was institutionally fostered or approved, I’m keeping my fingers crossed that our penalties will be in the neighborhood of the Ohio taint penalties.

  187. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012

    Uchamps says:
    March 2, 2012 at 3:03 PM
    Cal, you know i was gonna post this as soon as i read it!!! Yea we will see. He betta get his boy in line
    —————————————

    I’m not telling you anything you didn’t know. We didn’t get enough interceptions from the cornerback position, we weren’t physical enough, we couldn’t play enough man for anybody’s liking. Too much free access for receivers that we played, and that’s going to change. And it’s either going to change with personnel or it’s going to change with scheme.
    ////////////////////////////////////

    I had to post that just in case, cause i know yall had to see the same thing, lol, goldie talking good, we’ll see if his boyz can adjust.

  188. avatar

    Nashvillecane

    March 2, 2012

    Calvin
    March 2, 2012 at 3:13 PM
    Uchamps says:
    March 2, 2012 at 3:03 PM
    Cal, you know i was gonna post this as soon as i read it!!! Yea we will see. He betta get his boy in line
    —————————————

    I’m not telling you anything you didn’t know. We didn’t get enough interceptions from the cornerback position, we weren’t physical enough, we couldn’t play enough man for anybody’s liking. Too much free access for receivers that we played, and that’s going to change. And it’s either going to change with personnel or it’s going to change with scheme.
    ////////////////////////////////////

    I had to post that just in case, cause i know yall had to see the same thing, lol, goldie talking good, we’ll see if his boyz can adjust.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Go look at the temple films posted months ago and tell me what y’all see???

    Can a tiger change it’s strips??

    How a corner gonna get picks if they got em playin 15 yards off on 3 and 5??

    Or ya ya best pass rushers standing up like they holding practice dummys

  189. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Only at stoplights, Shwarma, only at stoplights.

    Oh, and I texted you from the side of the road when I got pulled over for allegedly “speeding” to the Bethune Cookman game.

    That got dismissed, though.

  190. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    I know a girl (fellow UM attorney) who paints her nails while driving on the highway, texting, amongst other things.

    Giving girls a bad name right there.

    Aaron and Mark were actually very impressed with my aggressive driving to Trailernasty. They might have said that because they were somewhat afraid of me after the road rage I exhibited, but whatever.

    I think the most scared anyone has ever been in the car with me was Fear the Tie guy Andy after a Fins/Pats game. We were stuck in traffic for an hour so once we got on the highway, at like 12:30am when no one was on the road, I went over 100. I made it home in 20 minutes.

  191. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    bahahahahaha

    “It’s being reported that Snooki is pregnant. When Rick Santorum heard the news, he immediately came out in favor of birth control.” –Conan O’Brien

  192. avatar

    Nashvillecane

    March 2, 2012

    I was on the way from Orlando to Tampa once and a woman was reading a book…novel type thick book …

    Smh

  193. avatar

    shwarma5

    March 2, 2012

    The shiz women do in their car when driving is just down right scary considering they are already handicapped behind the wheel…

  194. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Watch it, Shwarma, I still have Six, who reportedly has a taste for Hondas driven by nice Jewish boys! 😉

  195. avatar

    Six

    March 2, 2012

    Since Sully and his coaching staff arrived at Gainesville, they’ve basically been Sandusky and the Canes have been the little boys

    This is fact.

    Canes haven’t played any world beaters up to this point either – at least the Crocs played Fullerton and took that series

  196. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Delray will get you guys The Streak tomorrow so just enjoy Esteban’s article for tonight. 🙂

  197. avatar

    BoriCane

    March 2, 2012
  198. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    I’m scared of those places, Bori! Why are they off-lease? What’s wrong with them?

  199. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 2, 2012

    Thanks for posting though.

    I’m so stressed about this garbage.

    I HATE car shopping. 🙁

  200. avatar

    Calvin

    March 2, 2012
  201. avatar

    bg1906

    March 2, 2012
  202. avatar

    BoriCane

    March 2, 2012

    jsq,

    don’t know but could be corporate leases that had to be renewed.

  203. avatar

    Six

    March 2, 2012

    Canes getting their asses beat 7-2, bottom of the 6th

    Sometimes I really hate it when I’m wrong

    I think the analogy of the Canes being the little boys and the Crocs being Jerry Sandusky, since Sully and his coaching staff got to UiF, is spot on

    Said it before, it would surprise me if the Canes even win 1 game this series

  204. avatar

    Six

    March 2, 2012

    Check that .. “Sometimes I really hate it when I’m RIGHT” not wrong

  205. avatar

    Nashvillecane

    March 2, 2012
  206. avatar

    Calvin

    March 3, 2012
  207. avatar

    Delray

    March 3, 2012

    Jsq, You’ve got mail!

  208. avatar

    Calvin

    March 3, 2012

    Can you get this team in a groove? Yeah. last year I had to sit back and watch, just learn by watching and learn from Jacory [Harris] what he knows, what Stephen knows and Coach Fisch. Now I’m able to get on the field and do it for real.

    Last year? I learned a lot, especially from jacory. He was my mentor when I came here. He just sat down with me in camp and we went over the playbook. Just sitting back and watching him during the season handling the media and the adversity through the season and him on the field how calm he is. I learned a lot from both of them.

    Any extra work you’ve done? I watched a lot of film, seeing last year’s reps, watching Jacory run them against the teams we’re playing this year. Seeing what he saw and if I saw the same thing and if he didn’t see something then I could see it on film and not make the same mistake.

  209. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 3, 2012

    Nash, how is the weather up there? I heard there was going to be lots of tornadic activity. Stay safe!

    Btw, Jimmy Graham is also a ‘Cane Saint!

    Cal, that’s hilarious but just wrong! I played basketball . . . 16 years ago. Once everyone else hit their growth spurt (I looked liked I was 17 at 11) it turns out I wasn’t good at basketball, I was just taller than everyone else for a while! Ha!

  210. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 3, 2012

    Yay! Thanks Delray! I’m off to spinning but when I come back you guys will get your next installment of the Streak!

  211. avatar

    Calvin

    March 3, 2012

    drew lie-n-house just always talking to hype up his clients. mofo so ridiculous with it, he doesn’t even hear himself speak.

    On vernon: He was top 5 in all his categories at his position, had one of the fastest 40 times, he had one of the “fastest” bench presses for a d-end, WHAT!

    On spence: He covers like a safety, he hits like a d-lineman, WHAT!

  212. avatar

    Uchamps

    March 3, 2012

    Hassan, looks like you’re up on the things im up on. You should be informed about these things, dude. The word has to be spread so these sick fuggs can at least think twice about what they do. They are just tooooo comfortable right now.

    Be wary of prison planet though. Alex Jones is a nut. He is definitely a disinfo agent. Probably working for the NSA ore one of the many intelligence agencies.

  213. avatar

    Sh!tHead McGillicutty

    March 3, 2012

    The only one of my favorite teams that consistently gets bizzy, is headed for the top of the pile tonight….

    S’go Duke.

  214. avatar

    CanesCanesCanes

    March 3, 2012

    Duke goes down tonight

  215. avatar

    Nashvillecane

    March 3, 2012

    JSQ
    March 3, 2012 at 7:43 AM
    Nash, how is the weather up there? I heard there was going to be lots of tornadic activity. Stay safe!

    Btw, Jimmy Graham is also a ‘Cane Saint!

    ^^^^^^^^

    Yesterday was kinda hectic but nothing like what the weather folks were predicting in our area…most of the damage was either to the north and south of where I live…

    It was kinda like what ppl go thru that live on the coastal areas when a hurricane is coming in….just waiting for things to go down and praying for the best…no one is exempt from being touched by natural disasters!! Sooner or later it’ll be my turn:-(

    Thanks for askin 

    Btw how could I forget bout the liger being a canesaint??

  216. avatar

    JSQ author

    March 3, 2012

    new blog! Glad everything is ok nash!

    ok time for me to head to campus! y’all be good! 😉

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