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  • PODCAST: Steve Kim (K9cane)

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    Steve Kim, aka k9cane, joins the podcast for an hour-long discussion about some of the major topics surrounding Canes football.

    You can follow Steve's work as a boxing reporter on UCNLive.com.


    This article was originally published in forum thread: PODCAST: Steve Kim (K9cane) started by Peter Ariz View original post
    Comments 16 Comments
    1. Canedog's Avatar
      Canedog -
      Thanks Pete.
    1. IndayArtHauz's Avatar
      IndayArtHauz -
      New sponsor alert guys.
    1. umhurricane2511's Avatar
      umhurricane2511 -
      That's just good old fashioned football content
    1. ben's Avatar
      ben -
      Some pretty amazing deals at Caneswear!
    1. Tinman64's Avatar
      Tinman64 -
      Great stuff from K9 as always
    1. nbrunner38's Avatar
      nbrunner38 -
      Pete, who would you say is in better position for freshman success as fas as offensive efficiency. Brad kaaya in 2014 or Perry?
    1. Peter Ariz's Avatar
      Peter Ariz -
      nbrunner38 said: View Post
      Pete, who would you say is in better position for freshman success as fas as offensive efficiency. Brad kaaya in 2014 or Perry?
      Hard to say without having seen Perry with pads on.

      This offense is loaded with talent, but so was the group Kaaya had around him
    1. Tinman64's Avatar
      Tinman64 -
      Defense will have to cover the mistakes perry makes from time to time as qb...no other way around it.
    1. umhurricane2511's Avatar
      umhurricane2511 -
      Peter Ariz said: View Post
      nbrunner38 said: View Post
      Pete, who would you say is in better position for freshman success as fas as offensive efficiency. Brad kaaya in 2014 or Perry?
      Hard to say without having seen Perry with pads on.

      This offense is loaded with talent, but so was the group Kaaya had around him
      2014 also had pretty good offensive line play
    1. MExtraMon9y's Avatar
      MExtraMon9y -
      Great stuff.. can't wait to see Jeff Thomas ball out for us!!
    1. RiDLer80's Avatar
      RiDLer80 -
      umhurricane2511 said: View Post
      Peter Ariz said: View Post
      nbrunner38 said: View Post
      Pete, who would you say is in better position for freshman success as fas as offensive efficiency. Brad kaaya in 2014 or Perry?
      Hard to say without having seen Perry with pads on.

      This offense is loaded with talent, but so was the group Kaaya had around him
      2014 also had pretty good offensive line play
      That 2014 OL was really talented. Especially on the left side.

      LT-Flowers, JR.
      LG-Feliciano, SR.
      C-McDermott, SR.
      RG-Isidora-Soph.
      RT-Darling, FR.

      How does our line match up this season? That'll be a huge factor in Perry's play. Can we protect him and create holes in the running game to keep him favorable down and distances?
    1. RepTheGables's Avatar
      RepTheGables -
      Great podcast. Extremely dense in high-quality, informed conversation.
    1. rekofred's Avatar
      rekofred -
      Damn its great to hear from some of the competent former canestime quality posters like K9. Thanks for the input guys. Yes i am late to the CIS party.
    1. RiDLer80's Avatar
      RiDLer80 -
      Oh man really enjoyed that. Straight football talk. Some interesting points in there.

      First, K9 mentioned us no longer conceding, or playing it safe with our return game. Now that Lewis and Gus have both moved on I'm interested to see who we use at KOR. We have athletes now: Thomas, Harley, Mullins, Homer, Dean, Dallas. No reason for us to not have someone dynamic returning kicks and punts for us. No more Berrios.

      Also, Pete mentioned the possibility of both Donaldson and Gaynor getting PT. I think that'd be disastrous to have two true freshmen starting on the interior. You need to be strongest up the middle. Hopefully Guathier can hold it down at center otherwise we're in trouble. I like what we have right now at OL, but I definitely don't love it. I posted the 2014 OL a couple posts up that Kaaya had his freshman season. This year's version definitely isn't as talented, but hopefully they can be more consistent. Aside, from Donaldson, this is a veteran OL with a lot of snaps played.

      LT-McDermott, SR
      LG-Darling, SR
      C-Gauthier, JR
      RG-Donaldson,FR
      RT-St. Louis, JR

      Finally, towards the end K9 mentioned fans accepting a 9-3 season. The ****? Hell no. With this defense that would be a huge disappointment. Regardless of who starts at QB. That'd be the 2005 season all over again. Elite defense wasted by an anemic offense. Need to move the ball and put points on the board.
    1. k9cane's Avatar
      k9cane -
      RiDLer80 said: View Post
      Oh man really enjoyed that. Straight football talk. Some interesting points in there.

      First, K9 mentioned us no longer conceding, or playing it safe with our return game. Now that Lewis and Gus have both moved on I'm interested to see who we use at KOR. We have athletes now: Thomas, Harley, Mullins, Homer, Dean, Dallas. No reason for us to not have someone dynamic returning kicks and punts for us. No more Berrios.

      Also, Pete mentioned the possibility of both Donaldson and Gaynor getting PT. I think that'd be disastrous to have two true freshmen starting on the interior. You need to be strongest up the middle. Hopefully Guathier can hold it down at center otherwise we're in trouble. I like what we have right now at OL, but I definitely don't love it. I posted the 2014 OL a couple posts up that Kaaya had his freshman season. This year's version definitely isn't as talented, but hopefully they can be more consistent. Aside, from Donaldson, this is a veteran OL with a lot of snaps played.

      LT-McDermott, SR
      LG-Darling, SR
      C-Gauthier, JR
      RG-Donaldson,FR
      RT-St. Louis, JR

      Finally, towards the end K9 mentioned fans accepting a 9-3 season. The ****? Hell no. With this defense that would be a huge disappointment. Regardless of who starts at QB. That'd be the 2005 season all over again. Elite defense wasted by an anemic offense. Need to move the ball and put points on the board.
      Ridler, just want to make it clear, anything less than 10 wins and winning the Coastal is totally 'no bueno' to me. As I stated, its time to re-raise expectations of Miami and Richt. The future...is now
    1. nbrunner38's Avatar
      nbrunner38 -
      Peter Ariz said: View Post
      nbrunner38 said: View Post
      Pete, who would you say is in better position for freshman success as fas as offensive efficiency. Brad kaaya in 2014 or Perry?
      Hard to say without having seen Perry with pads on.

      This offense is loaded with talent, but so was the group Kaaya had around him
      Is it fair to say the skill positions depth is better but the Oline may not be as developed yet?