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Old 07-31-2011, 02:55 PM   #185
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Re: Miami Hurricanes: Decades of Dominance

big win over LSU. . Nice to see some of the freshman getting tons of PT.
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Old 07-31-2011, 04:26 PM   #186
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clutch win over LSU, great start to the season and awesome way to represent the ACC. Temple looks like he could be a legit weapon, and Hicks looks solid himself. Lets hope the o-linemen improve!
Thanks and those two are gonna be great in their later years to lol man my two freshman Center and Guard are my weak point on my O-line

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Just got caught up. I must say I am very happy to see my Broncos as the National Champs. Even better beating Oregon..

Even more happy to see that even with Moore,Martin and most of the Defense gone, we are still ranked #4 Preseason. I sure hope I end up with the same results.

I was very intrested in the Coaching changes. Pretty interesting to see all the changes. Will be interesting to see if Tedford can help make Wyoming successfull. Same with the coaching changes at Idaho.
I wanna see if they can repeat again this year with the talent they have. As for the coaching changes i was kinda surprised when couple head coaches got fired

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Congrats on the big time win against LSU in the season opener. That must of been a fun game. Glad to see my Broncos come out with a win over Michigan State as well.
Thanks man lol i was glad they didn't get to score! I thought MSU was gonna win the game lol

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big win over LSU. . Nice to see some of the freshman getting tons of PT.
Thanks, I always give Freshman PT when they come in at a weak position on the team
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Old 07-31-2011, 07:26 PM   #187
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First Real Test

Miller and Miami prepares for their ACC opener against Wake Forest

#7 Miami @ Wake Forest

Date: Saturday, Sept 1st, 2012
Time:3:00PM
Where:
BB&T Stadium, Winston-Salem, NC


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#7 Miami (FL) Hurricanes
(1-0, 0-0 Away)
Wake Forest Demon Deacons
(0-0, 0-0 Home)
Game Notes
One of two ACC conference games this weekend. We bring you #7 Hurricanes of miami vs. Wake Forest Demon Deacons.Miami is coming off the huge win against LSU and looks to start their conference title hunt. Wake Forest could play spoiler to the hurricanes. They have had an extra week to prepare for this test. Will the hurricanes notch their first conference win of the season or will wake forest pull the blanket over our eyes with a shocker?

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Old 08-01-2011, 05:41 AM   #188
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#7 Miami @ Wake Forest



It's A 'Cane Thing!

Demon Deacons are no Match for Miami.

Lamar Miller was tearing it up on the ground.


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The 2012 season kicked off with a bang last week. Now week 2 begins and we are gonna see alot of heavyweights duking it out. The ACC conference race began this past weekend and we will see Miami on the road against wake forest.

What a way to start off strong in your conference! Wake forest was clearly no match for the hurricanes coming into this game. Experts had Miami pegged to win this by a wide margin. Wake forest put up an early fight against the hurricanes. They took advantaged of the shaky offense Miami had and pressured Morris all night long forcing him into mistakes. Those mistakes Morris made came back to bite, as they watched the deacons offense cross the endzone twice. [0-14]




Many fans believed that their team was gonna pull off an upset against a highly ranked team. Coach Golden and team had different plans. The hurricanes offense took the field and did what they did best which was run the ball. After a few key runs and pass plays Miami was finally able to get into the redzone. It could be setup more perfectly for them to score, as Morris took the snap and who else but temple was running across the middle. [7-14]




That wasn't the last time the hurricanes saw going to see the endzone. On the very next play Middle Linebacker Kelvin Cain came up with one out of the two intercepts he had during the game. Which gave the hurricanes prime position to tie this game up. Freshman tight end trevor hill got into the action tonight catching the ball 10 times for 85 yards and scored three touchdowns on the night. One of which tied the game up going into the half. [14-14]


Trevor Hill had the best performance of his life.

Miami came out guns blazing in the third quarter, as Trevor Hill scored back to back touchdowns for Miami. Which led him to win the player of the game award! [28-14] After three minutes had past in the quarter the deacons were finally able to put up some kind of points on the board squeezing in a field goal. [28-17]



A legend in the making...

Miami kicked off the fourth quarter with a quick field goal strike which tagged on three more points. [31-17] If things did not already go bad for the deacons then they just got even worse. After a long period of night scoring for either teams. The deacons managed to hold Miami offense from putting together a scoring drive. On the ensuing punt the returner who field the ball but quickly got his bell wrong, as fullback Maurice hagens clocked his bell which forced a fumble.Then Juco Transfer Andrew Lake scoops up the ball for a quick TD score. [38-17]

* Big Hit of the Game *



Already down by a large margin there was not anything wake forest could do to come back in time. They proved everyone wrong, as price was able to scramble forty-four yards into the endzone for the score. Price looked like a running-back out there ducking and dodging the defense! [38-24] It didn't take long for Miami to answer back with a long run of their own thanks in part to Lamar Miller. Everyone could see how explosive the hurricanes offense is with Miller in the backfield. [45-24]



Only a minute left in the game and wake forest had the ball. There was no way they could make a comeback but they tried anyways. The deacons would go into their 2-minute no-huddle offense and to some degree it actually worked for them, as they were able to score a touchdown. [45-31] The game was basically over after that play and the hurricanes would take home the victory.

Players of the Game
Trevor Hill TE (FR)
10 Rec, 85 Yds, 3 TD

Chris Givens WR (SR)
2 Car, 11 Yds, 2 TD
4 Rec, 55 Yds

Next Week: #5 Miami @ #13 USC

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Old 08-01-2011, 02:01 PM   #189
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Win in Tuscaloosa

The Wolverines picks up a huge win!

Michigan Wolverines down the tide at home!

Top Stories
New head coach Greg Peterson and the BC eagles start the season off with a win against #18 Auburn

#8 Michigan opener their season successfully by beating #11 Crimson Tide

Florida Gators start out the season by dominates bowling green

#15 Notre Dame continue winning in the B1G after beating Minnesota this week

#14 Oklahoma State prepare to take on the longhorns this week in their Big 12 Opener

Top 25 Polls
#1 - Stanford Cardinals (#1)
#2 - Oklahoma Sooners (#2)
#3 - Boise State Broncos (#3)
#4 - Oregon Ducks (#6)
#5 - Miami Hurricanes (#7)
#6 - Virginia Tech hokies (#9)
#7 - Ohio State Buckeyes (#10)
#8 - Michigan Wolverines (#13)
#9 - Texas A&M Aggies (#11)
#10 - South Carolina Gamecocks (#12)
#11 - Alabama Crimson Tide (#5)
#12 - Florida State Seminoles (#4)
#13 - USC Trojans (#14)
#14 - Oklahoma State Cowboys (#16)
#15 - Notre Dame Fighting Irish (#17)
#16 - Wisconsin badgers (#15)
#17 - Michigan State Spartans (#19)
#18 - Auburn Tigers (#8)
#19 - Penn State Nittany Lions (#20)
#20 - Utah Utes (#22)
#21 - LSU Tigers (#21)
#22 - Arkansas Razorbacks (#23)
#23 - USF Bulls (---)
#24 - North Carolina (#24)
#25 - TCU Horned Frogs (---)

Others Receiving Votes
Washington (236), Boston College (209), Pittsburgh (15), Mississippi State (142), Houston (74), Nebraska (52), Iowa (26), Georgia (11)

Dropped Out
#1 Pittsburgh (#18)
#2 Nevada (#25)


#1 - Senior Onterio McCalebb HB [Auburn] =
Last Game: Vs. BC L(23-20 OT)
21 Car, 114 Yds, TD

#2 - Junior Stephen Hopkins HB [Michigan] =
Last Game: @ Alabama W(31-26)
23 Car, 141 Yds, TD, 2 Rec, 100 Yds, TD

#3 - Junior Leveon Bell HB [Michigan State] ^
Last Game: @ CMU W(44-0)
22 Car, 155 Yds

#4 - Junior (RS) Lamar Miller HB [Miami] ^
Last Game: @ Wake W(45-31)
19 Car, 188 Yds, TD

#5 - Junior (RS) Joe South Wick QB [Boise State] ^
Last Game: Vs. FCS NW W(52-6)
23-32, 433 Yds, 4 TD, 5 Car, 15 Yds




* Game of the Week *


#5 @ #13
Miami needs to bring all they got. If they want to be the Trojans this weekend.

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Georgia and South Carolina looks to continue their rivalry!

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The Big 12 Season Opener begins this weekend. It couldn't get any better then watching these two teams go at one another.
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Big Shoes to Fill
Can Ware step into the void Armstrong will leave this year?

#4 Strong Safety Chris Ware

Name - Chris Ware, Hanover Pack, IL
Height/Weight - 6'3", 186 lbs
Position - Strong Safety
Position Rank - #4
National Rank - #250
Star Potential - ****
SPARQ - 76.00

Top schools - [Miami/Auburn/Oklahoma]

Bio
Ware lead his team in Int last year(5) and tackles(42). Heisn't afraid to drop down in the box to support the run which is one of his best asset. To go along with get tackling he is also known for his great coverage skills.

" We are glad that Chris choose Miami to play football for. He will have some big shoes to fill once spring comes around but we think he can handle it." - Said coach golden about the Chris

" It was an easy choice to make. The "U" is know for making great players and I wanted to be a part of the legacy. " - said Chris ware after being asked why choose Miami

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Miami Gardens, FL. -Its that time of the year. When teams start to rebuild their squad. Adding in new freshmen where the old seniors played hoping to find that special player that can make a huge impact on the field. The hurricanes made a quick run on the recruiting trails this past weekend. They had gotten a hard verbal commitment from 4* Strong Safety Chris Ware.
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Nice recruiting pick up and solid win over Wake Forest. Awesome job.
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Old 08-01-2011, 02:55 PM   #192
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Top 25 Road Show

#5 Miami travels to Los Angeles to take on the #13 Trojans of USC


#5 Miami @ #13 USC

Date: Saturday, September 8th, 2012
Time: 7:00PM
Where: Los Angeles, Cal.



Matchup Preview | September 8, 2012
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#5 Miami (FL) Hurricanes
(2-0, 1-0 Away)
#13 USC Trojans
(1-0, 1-0 Home)
Injury Report
HB - Kevin Grooms [Strainged Back]
1 week
OLB - Tre Madden [Sprained Ankle]
1 week
Game Notes
Game of the week between #5 Miami @ #13 USC. This game could very well shake up the top 25 polls for the rest of the year. Two powerhouses go at it this weekend. Experts have Miami pegged to win this game but they will have to bring everything they got just to win this. USC just finished outside of a championship game last year and looks to pave a path to the PAC-12 Championship but first they would have to go through Miami just to do so.

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