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  1. Nice... Work Gentlemen... It's appreciated...!!! GO BULLS...!!!!
  2. CONGRATS.......!!!!! :clap :cheers Most of mine came early... ENJOY...!!!
  3. Always.... The pause for effect...!!! L..................O..........................L :
  4. The KID did OK... Poor play calling... LET THE WOULDA- COULDA- SHOULDA.. commence...
  5. Geeeeezzzzz.... Now ... BJ's the go to QB...??? The Frosh QB doesn't have what it takes now.... I got a headache...
  6. Goooooooooo..... Bullsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.....!!!
  7. Here's some info..... PalmBeachPost.com Possible candidates to be the next coach of the University of Miami Hurricanes By Jorge Milian Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Updated: 5:34 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, 2010 Posted: 5:21 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, 2010 Following the firing of Randy Shannon on Saturday, the University of Miami has begun a national coaching search. In four seasons, Shannon was 28-22 overall. He signed a four-year contract in May that paid him around $1.5 million annually. The possible candidates: MARIO CRISTOBAL, FIU: Former UM offensive line coach has led FIU from a 1-11 record in his first season (2007) to a share of the Sun Belt Conference championship this year. RANDY EDSALL, CONNECTICUT: A protégé of New York Giants' coach Tom Coughlin, Edsall has UConn on the cusp of its first Big East championship. Edsall, who makes $1.3 million annually, has been at UConn since 1999. AL GOLDEN, TEMPLE: Has put together back-to-back seasons of 9-4 and 8-4 and is considered one of the best young coaches in college football. JON GRUDEN, ESPN: The choice among some in UM's administration, Gruden appears unlikely to leave his job as commentator on ESPN's Monday Night Football except for an NFL job. MIKE LEACH, unemployed: The former Texas Tech coach interviewed with UM officials prior to Randy Shannon's hiring. At least one person at that meeting said Leach, who lives in Key West, did not leave a good impression. JIM LEAVITT, unemployed: Former USF mentor was Kirby Hocutt's position coach when UM's athletic director was an All-Big 8 Conference player at Kansas State. That connection with Hocutt could be trumped by the controversy that cost Leavitt his job at USF. GARY PATTERSON, TCU: Has his name mentioned every time there's an opening at a BCS school. With the Horned Frogs reportedly moving to the Big East, Patterson could stay at TCU or wait for a bigger paycheck somewhere else. MARK RICHT, GEORGIA: Already denied interest in the UM job, but what else did you expect him to say? Biggest hurdle is that Richt, a former Hurricanes' quarterback, would likely have to take a cut in play - he makes more than $3 million - if he came to Miami. GREG SCHIANO, RUTGERS: Former UM defensive coordinator thumbed his nose at a possible return to Miami before Shannon took the job. He might reconsider after losing his luster in New Jersey. MARK STOOPS, FSU defensive coordinator: The former UM defensive backs coach has turned around Florida State's defense is one season. His connection with Hocutt is through his brother, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops. Hocutt spent six season as the Sooners' associate athletic director. MARC TRESTMAN, CFL: The head coach of the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, Trestman is a graduate of UM's School of Law. He served as the Hurricanes' quarterbacks coach in 1983 and tutored Bernie Kosar. TOMMY TUBERVILLE, TEXAS TECH: If Shannon had been fired last season, Tuberville might be the Hurricanes' coach today. A defensive coordinator at UM under Dennis Erickson, Tuberville led Texas Tech to a 5-7 record this year in his first season at the school. BRETT VENABLES, OKLAHOMA defensive coordinator: The Oklahoma defensive coordinator played at Kansas State with Hocutt and has been tabbed as the Hurricanes' leading candidate by the website Sports by Brooks. Lack of head coaching experience a problem. Find this article at: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/sports/hurricanes/possible-candidates-to-be-the-next-coach-of-1082164.html
  8. As said, "My only knock on Skip is that it took him this long to bench BJD" The one thing I don't understand.... a player's injury is starting to incapacitate him, he has to go to the coach to tell him??? I may be wrong, but, BJ looked worse during the PITTS game... and they left him in??? Had BJ not mentioned it... he would of stayed in??? I thought the object of playing these games was to win... ??? End of my rant..... :
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