Florida St. Gameday - Week 8

Florida St. Gameday - Week 8

Dan E. Dangerously
Dan E. Dangerously


Cheer.

Cheer as loud as you can for as long as you can. No matter what is going on, be loud. No matter where you are, be loud. Be loud for the touchdowns. Be loud for the hits. Be loud for no reason at all. Be loud.

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Be with them all night.

This could be your last chance to cheer for the Canes against a ranked team at home this year. If you can't make some noise tonight, with the Canes facing their in state rivals the Florida St. Seminoles, when can you?

All season people have been bitching about having to get up too early for mid afternoon home games in the hot sun instead of the night games we prefer. Now we got one. Now the House that Joe Robbie Built will get the chance to show what it's truly made out of. The Orange Bowl is gone, but the energy it carried for 70 years of Hurricane football is still out there somewhere. It's still with us.

Remember what it was like to hear Jay Rokeach announce a touchdown. Remember hearing Phil Collins "In The Air Tonight." Remember "$10 no blocky" . Remember the chants and the cheers. Remember the Orange Bowl.





These things don't just disappear forever. We carry them with us for the rest of our lives, even if the old building and many of the people who made it special are gone.

"Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things...And no good thing ever dies."

It's time to start bringing these memories, these emotions, these feelings and these moments into Sun Life Stadium. We are 3 touchdown underdogs at home to our in state rival. This could be the new stadium's first big moment tonight. It's time to start building this stadium's legacy, so that 70 years from now people will ask you to "Remember Sun Life" before a big game.


Kirk Herbstreit said:
Al Golden should throw a party if this team gets to .500

Herbstreit and Musburger are calling the game. Let's show them what a real party looks like.





Where: Joe Robbie/Pro Player/Dolphins/Dolphin/LandShark/Sun Life Stadium

Who:
Florida St. Seminoles (6-1) vs. Miami Hurricanes (4-3)

W​hen: 8:00pm/et

How: TV
- ABC


4 storylines for UM in this game:

1. Will Stephen Morris have a Willis Reed moment?
2. Can the defense hold FSU's scoring in check like they did UNC?
3. Can Mike James carry the load?
4. Will the receiving corps step up in a big game?

Morris most likely wont play. It isn't realistic to ask your QB, who uses his mobility in the pocket to create time and space to throw the ball, to play 1 week after spraining his ankle. However, it gives us our best chance to win.

As many yards as they gave up, the Defense actually had it's best game last week when they held UNC to 18 points. If you squint your eyes that's big accomplishment. They'll need an even bigger effort in order for us to have a chance.

Mike James is the kind of character guy who has a really big game in him against a superior opponent. He'll have to shoulder the bulk of the carries if Duke is as hurt as has been let on. He put us on his back against Georgia Tech, he'll need to pull more than his fair share this week just to keep it close.

Enough screwing around with these guys and the drops. They need to step up huge for us because we won't be able to dink and dunk all game against these guys. We're going to need big explosive plays.



Last time they met: November 12, 2011. FSU won 23-19


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What people were saying during the subsequent meltdown:


Had every chance to get a win. It was clearly a game vs two bad teams

We did the things Golden promised would stop. Tons of turnovers and penalties

And the 2 QB system is fucking moronic


Totally forgot about that two qb system we did with Morris and Harris. It ruined at least one drive that I remember. This was the first game where our special teams looked terrible. It had been the only solid unit all year to that point. Benjamin had dumb muffed punt, and Greg Reid returned a Punt for a TD just before the half.

We were pretty down on our chances about winning and yet played a very close game and almost came out with the victory.



Know your enemy:
Tomahawk Nation

What they're saying:


Bukkake Elliot said:
The Hurricanes are averaging almost 17 incompletions a game. That's a lot of stopped clock. It's not that Morris can be erratic (he can) as much as it is that they drop a good number of balls (Dorsett, who has very good speed, is a big culprit here). Of course, that's is not guaranteed to continue against Florida State. They'll probably be fired up like crazy and catch every last one.

Can't argue with any of that.


Miami Notes:


1. Miami players say they ain't skurred of FSU.
2. Golden says players should be mad FSU is better than us.
3.
Stephen Morris has been limited in practice all week.





Florida St.
Notes:

1. Fisher says UM-FSU still a big rivalry.

2. FSU's game prep isn't changed with Miami's QB uncertainty.
3.
FSU's defense plans to give Duke grown man treatment.


"Grown Man Treatment"? Who talks like that?

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Extremities/Suspensions/Funerals:


Miami 2-deep depth chart

Injuries:



Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Next game: Florida State at Miami (FL) on 10/20​
DateTimePlayer NamePosStatusInjuryNotes
10/151:14pmStephen MorrisQB DoubtfulAnkleThe Hurricanes starting QB is battling an ankle injury he suffered in the late fourth quarter against North Carolina. He could miss the game against Florida State this weekend. Redshirt sophomore Ryan Williams would be the starter if Morris cannot play.
10/151:10pmCurtis PorterDT DoubtfulAppendixPorter has yet to play this season as he is still recuperating from an appendectomy. The junior missed 10 games last season due to injury. There is no timetable for when he will return.
10/151:10pmBen JonesOLQuestionableFootReserve offensive lineman Ben Jones missed the game against North Carolina and remains questionable.
10/151:10pmRayshawn JenkinsDBQuestionableUpper BodyFreshman Rayshawn Jenkins is battling an upper body injury and missed the last two games. He has not recorded any stats this year.
10/022:39pmJermaine JohnsonOLOutPersonalJermaine Johnson has not been with the team for a few weeks now due to personal reasons and there is no timetable for when he'll be back.
09/237:38pmMalcom LewisWROut For YearAnkleFreshman wideout Malcom Lewis went down with a dislocated ankle on Saturday against Georgia Tech. He is out for the year. He caught 8 passes for 73 yards and one touchdown this season before the injury.
09/197:38pmSean McNallyLSOut For YearUndisclosedJunior Sean McNally is expected to miss the remainder of the season with an undisclosed injury.
09/0911:21pmRamon BuchananLBOut For YearKneeBuchanan will miss the rest of the season with a right knee injury he suffered during the Kansas State game. The fifth-year senior was also injured last season after starting only 4 games.




Florida St.
2-deep depth chart

Injuries:



Florida State Seminoles
Next game: Florida State at Miami (FL) on 10/20​
DateTimePlayer NamePosStatusInjuryNotes
10/182:42pmMoses McCrayDLDoubtfulHeadMcCray has been battling injuries his whole career at FSU. He contributed heavily in 2009 before falling off to a backup role due to persistent injuries. He is once again injured and did not play the last three weeks, and remains doubtful moving forward.
10/182:42pmJustin BrightSDoubtfulHeadA redshirt junior reserve safety Bright was added to the injury list for the Seminoles. He has contributed to special teams. He has not played in the last four games and remains doubtful
10/182:41pmTrey PettisOLDoubtfulHeadBackup lineman Trey Pettis has been experiencing concussion symptoms and is doubtful for week 8 after missing the game against Boston College.
10/1512:37pmDerrick MitchellDTDoubtfulBackMitchell has a disc injury in his lower back and will be out at least 8 weeks according to coach Jimbo Fisher. It is an old injury from high school that Mitchell re-injured during the off season. Mitchell's health is improving, but remains doubtful for a return any time soon.
09/242:34pmChris CasherDEOut For YearKneeFreshman defensive end injured an old injury in his knee cartilage on Saturday during pregame. He is expected to have surgery and is most likely done for the year. Casher will be redshirting, reports say.
09/215:27pmGarret FairclothOLOutHipFaircloth started seven games for the Seminoles last year. Added depth and versatility to the FSU offensive line. He missed spring practice due to hip surgery and is still recovering. The timetable for his return is unclear.
09/1811:33pmUkeme EligweLBOutHandEligwe missed the Wake Forest game due to a hand injury. Coach Jimbo Fisher didn't comment on when he expects Eligwe to be able to play again. Eligwe is a true freshman and Fisher said there is a chance that he might redshirt this season.
09/1811:28pmDaniel FooseOLOutBackFoose couldn't play in the Wake Forest game due to a back injury. The sophomore had played in 3 games last year as a redshirt freshman. No timetable on when Foose will be able to return. He was expected to have a reserve role this season.
09/1010:57pmJacobbi McDanielDTOut For YearRedshirtMcDaniel has decided to use a medical redshirt this season so he can be eligible to come back next season. The senior has been slow to bounce back after an ankle injury earlier in the year. Coach Jimbo Fisher said that McDaniel could have probably returned this season at the midway point but the coaches felt there was no need to rush it.
09/1010:52pmDan HicksTEOut For YearKneeHicks will miss the season after having surgery on his knee. The junior reserve has already burned a redshirt year and will be a fifth-year senior when he rejoins the team next season. It was an old injury that had been bothering him pretty bad according to coach Jimbo Fisher.
09/0310:23pmBrandon JenkinsDEOut For YearFootJenkins will miss the entire season after suffering a Lisfranc injury to his left foot. The senior was injured in the first half against Murray State when a teammate stepped on his foot. Jenkins was a preseason All-ACC selection and on the watch lists for the Bednarik, Camp and Nagurski awards after leading the team in sacks each of the past two seasons. Cornelius "Tank" Carradine will get the start in place of Jenkins.



Gameday Character:


I guess it comes down to a simple choice really. Get busy living...or get busy dying.






Bow Bow


Lets Go Canes!
 

Comments (10)

damn looking back I'm so pissed i mean we out yarded them we just lost cuz of stupid untimely turnovers and when you allow two returns for touchdowns it doesn't help...
 
Sorry, I hate to be that guy, but I have zero connection with Sun Life stadium. It will never feel like our true home. I'll be there rooting, but it will never be like the Orange Bowl.
 

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