Checking in with Stacy Coley

Checking in with Stacy Coley

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Miami’s passing attack received received praise after their performance against Appalachian State. Canes QB Brad Kaaya seem more comfortable, which allowed for the Canes receivers to make more plays downfield.

It was an important showing on the road after struggling in the air against FAU. Stacy Coley scored twice against the Mountaineers.

“We just focused on rallying around Brad. We got work in after practice with him, getting on the same page. Our offensive line stepped up and protected Brad to let him do what we do,” Coley said.

The Canes have converted on over 50% of their third downs this season, a hefty jump from last year when Miami finished 95th in the country on third down conversions.

The offense seems to be getting themselves into more manageable situations through the use of the run game, but also by getting back to the basics in the passing game.

“Coach Dugans has been emphasizing us catching the ball and making plays on third down. Brad is delivering the ball and we are jut making plays on third down,” the senior receiver Coley said.

Paul Johnson’s teams generally control the clock and time of possession, which means the offense probably won’t get as many opportunities as usual. Stacy Coley says there is not room for mistakes because of that.

“We have to be excellent as an offensive group. As receivers, every play that comes our way…we need to make. It’s all about executing.”

Coley, who has dealt with nagging injuries throughout his Canes career, said of his health, “I feel great. I’m 100% and ready to go.”
 

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Our best receiver. Need him to stay healthy.

He will come through for us in the big games.
 
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Coley, who has dealt with nagging injuries throughout his Canes career, said of his health, “I feel great. I’m 100% and ready to go.”

That number plummets to 50% after every big catch, but he seems to get back to 100% faster than ever before, so I ain't mad. Keep playin' hard, Stacy!
 
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Need Kaaya and Coley to be in synch from here on out. Coley's our best playmaker
 
With Ammon and Njoku emerging, our passing game is starting to round out. And we haven't used RB screens yet. That should be fun to watch.
 
I really can't understand how fragile this dude is. I will always pull for the kid but damn every time he hits the ground I'm wondering if he's gonna get back up
 
Berrios has been conspicuous in his absence from the game plan. I'd expect to see him emerge now that the schedule is getting tougher.
 
Coley's playing well and Richards caught a couple nice balls in the last game. Berrios made the one really nice catch, too.

Hopefully we'll start to see Mullins catching some balls to see what he can do - we're going to need him as we get into the meat of the schedule....

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Miami’s passing attack received received praise after their performance against Appalachian State. Canes QB Brad Kaaya seem more comfortable, which allowed for the Canes receivers to make more plays downfield.

It was an important showing on the road after struggling in the air against FAU. Stacy Coley scored twice against the Mountaineers.

“We just focused on rallying around Brad. We got work in after practice with him, getting on the same page. Our offensive line stepped up and protected Brad to let him do what we do,” Coley said.

The Canes have converted on over 50% of their third downs this season, a hefty jump from last year when Miami finished 95th in the country on third down conversions.

The offense seems to be getting themselves into more manageable situations through the use of the run game, but also by getting back to the basics in the passing game.

“Coach Dugans has been emphasizing us catching the ball and making plays on third down. Brad is delivering the ball and we are jut making plays on third down,” the senior receiver Coley said.

Paul Johnson’s teams generally control the clock and time of possession, which means the offense probably won’t get as many opportunities as usual. Stacy Coley says there is not room for mistakes because of that.

“We have to be excellent as an offensive group. As receivers, every play that comes our way…we need to make. It’s all about executing.”

Coley, who has dealt with nagging injuries throughout his Canes career, said of his health, “I feel great. I’m 100% and ready to go.”
 
I don't even think he's fragile as he's putting off.
That's why Richt and Dugans have been digging in his azz and not letting him off the field everytime he taps his helmet.

Personally, I think he does it for attention. A lot of guys do it in football. Most do it after they completely fugg up on a play.
 
Every time he falls to the ground he comes up limping.

Every. Single. Time.

I've never seen anything like it in my life.

It's literally every time.

He can limp all he wants though.

As long as he's playing and making plays for us, he can cry after every play as far as I care.

It's called the D-wade syndrome, ball out then when you fall to the ground act like something is wrong so the crowd gets anxious. I want the MF that pops right back up after getting laid out instead of being drama queen.
 

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