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How can they go into the season confident in that safety room?
Any insights into how the summer entrants from 2024 are looking, especially the DTs?
Ray Ray and Robby are often overlooked. Should they be?
 
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What are the staffs expectations for Scott and Jones this year? Are they expecting them to push for pt early on?
 
Do you have any insight into conference realignment at this point in time? Why does there seem to be a narrative forming about Miami to the BIG12 amongst Miami pundits?
 
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What was the back story with Kelly?
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any one willing to do a little recap .
  • 00:00:00 They discuss the closing of the transfer portal and potential new additions to the roster, specifically at the nickel position. Miami is reportedly interested in players like D'Angelo Ponds and Greedy Vance, who have committed to other schools. The hosts also discuss possible players who could fill the nickel position for Miami, including Damari Brown, Daryl Porter, and Ryan Mack. They suggest that Brown, who is physical and instinctive, could be a factor in both coverage and the run game. They also mention that Mark Fletcher's return from injury is uncertain and they do not like to speculate on injuries. Recruiting is heating up as the offseason progresses and the portal is closing.
  • 00:05:00 They discuss the injury situation of Miami running back Mark Fletcher and the team's decision to bring in Damien Martinez as a backup. Fletcher is recovering from a foot injury, and the team is being cautious with his return to ensure his long-term health. Martinez, a top running back from last year, and Elijah Lofton, who was Miami's best running back in Spring, provide depth to the position. The team has three running backs, each over 230 pounds, who can run and make big plays, reminiscent of Alabama and Georgia's offensive styles.
  • 00:10:00 The topic shifts to an update on recruit Tyler Baron's decision between Miami and other schools. Miami is still in the mix for the pass rusher, but the recruitment has taken longer than hoped. It is free agency so things change rapidly. Miami still feels good. The conversation then turns to the recent news of Cormani McClain committing to Florida, a move that feels like a desperate talent grab for the Gators' coach Dan Mullen, who is under pressure to perform. McClain had a questionable recruiting process and struggled at Colorado, raising concerns about his ability to contribute to Florida's team. The speaker expresses confidence in Miami's receivers' ability to give McClain trouble and doubts his readiness to play at a high level. The conversation ends with a suggestion to compare the Miami rosters from the last time the Canes played the Gators to the current team.
  • 00:15:00 the speaker discusses the major issues that held back the Miami Hurricanes football team during the 2019 season. He emphasizes that the team's biggest problem was off-field issues, particularly at the quarterback position, where multiple players faced suspensions. Greenard, a defensive end from Florida, and Zuniga were formidable opponents, making the offensive line a significant concern as well. However, the addition of D'Eriq King as a leader and a good influence on the team made a significant difference, leading to improvements from the 2019 to 2020 seasons. The speaker then addresses a recruitment question regarding Chris Ewald, a cornerback prospect from Michigan who decommitted from Miami. The speaker expresses his admiration for Ewald's size and potential, comparing him to DJ Ivey, who also had size but needed to learn how to use his body effectively. Ewald's advanced ball skills at this stage could make him an intriguing prospect, and the speaker believes that he could develop into an impact player for the Hurricanes. Regarding Elias Rudolph, a highly-ranked recruit, the speaker acknowledges that if Rudolph had played his senior year, he might have been in the same tier as Lightfoot and Pickett. However, Rudolph's injury during his senior year and other issues prevented him from reaching his full potential at that time.
  • 00:20:00 Talk of Elias Rudolph's potential and high ceiling, comparing well with Lightfoot and Pickett. Brought up Malik Bryant as a potential breakout player. The speaker also touches on the topic of the University of Miami's football program receiving more financial support in recent years, attributing it to a combination of poor hiring decisions in the past and the need to compete in the current era of college football.
  • 00:25:00 I the speaker discusses the reasons behind the ACC schools' potential desire to leave the conference and the focus of Miami on winning and improving its brand in college football. He explains that Miami is not on the back foot regarding realignment and that both the ACC and Big 10 conferences have goals, but the timeline and specifics are uncertain. The speaker also mentions that the Tobacco Road schools, among others, do not find the ACC financially advantageous, and there is no clear timetable for when or how the conference might cease to exist. Miami's focus remains on winning and improving its position in the college football landscape.
  • 00:30:00 the speaker discusses Miami's focus on football and the significant investment being made into the program. The university is putting resources into recruiting and signing top players, with the help of coach Mario Cristobal's connections. The speaker also mentions the impact of the portal and the addition of transfers. Regarding defensive linemen, the speaker projects Barron, Bain, Mesidor, Marley Cook, and CJ Clark as key players. However, they are also keeping an eye on Ahmad Moten, who has the potential to emerge as a significant contributor to the rotation. Moten, who has been with the team for three years, is encouraged to seize the opportunity and have a strong summer to secure a prominent position on the depth chart.
  • 00:35:00 the speaker discusses Miami as a team that has benefited from having young players like Scott and Blunt come in and make an impact in the past. The speaker also touches on the importance of having Baron Brown, a high-value player, as he is expected to play a lot due to the offense's potential success. The speaker then moves on to answering some Twitter questions, including one about the depth in the secondary with Nickel. The speaker mentions that the nickel position is likely to be a rotating role, but names Powell and Harris as potential players who could see significant playing time.
  • 00:40:00 the speaker discusses potential contributors to the University of Miami's secondary, including Daryl Porter Jr, Zaquon Patterson, Markeith Williams, Robert Stafford, and Dyoni Hill. Regarding Miami transfer DJ Pickett, the speaker expresses confidence in the team's chances of securing his services. The conversation then shifts to comparing Ny Carr to Zachariah Branch from USC, with the speaker viewing Johnson as a more traditional receiver. The speaker also discusses the importance of player-coach relationships, using Xavier Restrepo who Miami cannot afford to lose to injury.
  • 00:45:00 thThe speaker expresses that all three are valuable players, with Rodriguez being a promising backup center who seized his opportunity during spring practice. The speaker also touches on the upcoming transfer of cornerback Cormani McClain to Florida and its potential impact, stating that McClain's arrival as a walk-on won't significantly change the team's outlook due to scholarship limitations and McClain's past issues with reliability. The speaker concludes by acknowledging the influence highly-rated players like McClain can have on a program, regardless of their performance on the field.
  • 00:50:00 the hosts discuss their daily show that covers various topics, including the ongoing transfer series. They express gratitude to viewers for tuning in and share that they will be providing inside information on the recent wave of transfers. The hosts also mention a live show that they do every week.
 
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Just watched the replay. Especially enjoyed the segment with Seth. It’s interesting that he mentioned if you call the university to help, they defer to Canes Connection as the best way to contribute. If that’s the case, why doesn’t university should consider altering how the season tickets/ticket sales work. It used to be season tickets were part ticket and part donation. That changed, I’m sure for some tax/legal reason, but why not tie Canes Connection into ticket sales? Like either it’s part ticket and part Canes Connection contribution, or it’s dynamic pricing depending on a certain Canes connection level?
 
  • 00:00:00 They discuss the closing of the transfer portal and potential new additions to the roster, specifically at the nickel position. Miami is reportedly interested in players like D'Angelo Ponds and Greedy Vance, who have committed to other schools. The hosts also discuss possible players who could fill the nickel position for Miami, including Damari Brown, Daryl Porter, and Ryan Mack. They suggest that Brown, who is physical and instinctive, could be a factor in both coverage and the run game. They also mention that Mark Fletcher's return from injury is uncertain and they do not like to speculate on injuries. Recruiting is heating up as the offseason progresses and the portal is closing.
  • 00:05:00 They discuss the injury situation of Miami running back Mark Fletcher and the team's decision to bring in Damien Martinez as a backup. Fletcher is recovering from a foot injury, and the team is being cautious with his return to ensure his long-term health. Martinez, a top running back from last year, and Elijah Lofton, who was Miami's best running back in Spring, provide depth to the position. The team has three running backs, each over 230 pounds, who can run and make big plays, reminiscent of Alabama and Georgia's offensive styles.
  • 00:10:00 The topic shifts to an update on recruit Tyler Baron's decision between Miami and other schools. Miami is still in the mix for the pass rusher, but the recruitment has taken longer than hoped. It is free agency so things change rapidly. Miami still feels good. The conversation then turns to the recent news of Cormani McClain committing to Florida, a move that feels like a desperate talent grab for the Gators' coach Dan Mullen, who is under pressure to perform. McClain had a questionable recruiting process and struggled at Colorado, raising concerns about his ability to contribute to Florida's team. The speaker expresses confidence in Miami's receivers' ability to give McClain trouble and doubts his readiness to play at a high level. The conversation ends with a suggestion to compare the Miami rosters from the last time the Canes played the Gators to the current team.
  • 00:15:00 the speaker discusses the major issues that held back the Miami Hurricanes football team during the 2019 season. He emphasizes that the team's biggest problem was off-field issues, particularly at the quarterback position, where multiple players faced suspensions. Greenard, a defensive end from Florida, and Zuniga were formidable opponents, making the offensive line a significant concern as well. However, the addition of D'Eriq King as a leader and a good influence on the team made a significant difference, leading to improvements from the 2019 to 2020 seasons. The speaker then addresses a recruitment question regarding Chris Ewald, a cornerback prospect from Michigan who decommitted from Miami. The speaker expresses his admiration for Ewald's size and potential, comparing him to DJ Ivey, who also had size but needed to learn how to use his body effectively. Ewald's advanced ball skills at this stage could make him an intriguing prospect, and the speaker believes that he could develop into an impact player for the Hurricanes. Regarding Elias Rudolph, a highly-ranked recruit, the speaker acknowledges that if Rudolph had played his senior year, he might have been in the same tier as Lightfoot and Pickett. However, Rudolph's injury during his senior year and other issues prevented him from reaching his full potential at that time.
  • 00:20:00 Talk of Elias Rudolph's potential and high ceiling, comparing well with Lightfoot and Pickett. Brought up Malik Bryant as a potential breakout player. The speaker also touches on the topic of the University of Miami's football program receiving more financial support in recent years, attributing it to a combination of poor hiring decisions in the past and the need to compete in the current era of college football.
  • 00:25:00 I the speaker discusses the reasons behind the ACC schools' potential desire to leave the conference and the focus of Miami on winning and improving its brand in college football. He explains that Miami is not on the back foot regarding realignment and that both the ACC and Big 10 conferences have goals, but the timeline and specifics are uncertain. The speaker also mentions that the Tobacco Road schools, among others, do not find the ACC financially advantageous, and there is no clear timetable for when or how the conference might cease to exist. Miami's focus remains on winning and improving its position in the college football landscape.
  • 00:30:00 the speaker discusses Miami's focus on football and the significant investment being made into the program. The university is putting resources into recruiting and signing top players, with the help of coach Mario Cristobal's connections. The speaker also mentions the impact of the portal and the addition of transfers. Regarding defensive linemen, the speaker projects Barron, Bain, Mesidor, Marley Cook, and CJ Clark as key players. However, they are also keeping an eye on Ahmad Moten, who has the potential to emerge as a significant contributor to the rotation. Moten, who has been with the team for three years, is encouraged to seize the opportunity and have a strong summer to secure a prominent position on the depth chart.
  • 00:35:00 the speaker discusses Miami as a team that has benefited from having young players like Scott and Blunt come in and make an impact in the past. The speaker also touches on the importance of having Baron Brown, a high-value player, as he is expected to play a lot due to the offense's potential success. The speaker then moves on to answering some Twitter questions, including one about the depth in the secondary with Nickel. The speaker mentions that the nickel position is likely to be a rotating role, but names Powell and Harris as potential players who could see significant playing time.
  • 00:40:00 the speaker discusses potential contributors to the University of Miami's secondary, including Daryl Porter Jr, Zaquon Patterson, Markeith Williams, Robert Stafford, and Dyoni Hill. Regarding Miami transfer DJ Pickett, the speaker expresses confidence in the team's chances of securing his services. The conversation then shifts to comparing Ny Carr to Zachariah Branch from USC, with the speaker viewing Johnson as a more traditional receiver. The speaker also discusses the importance of player-coach relationships, using Xavier Restrepo who Miami cannot afford to lose to injury.
  • 00:45:00 thThe speaker expresses that all three are valuable players, with Rodriguez being a promising backup center who seized his opportunity during spring practice. The speaker also touches on the upcoming transfer of cornerback Cormani McClain to Florida and its potential impact, stating that McClain's arrival as a walk-on won't significantly change the team's outlook due to scholarship limitations and McClain's past issues with reliability. The speaker concludes by acknowledging the influence highly-rated players like McClain can have on a program, regardless of their performance on the field.
  • 00:50:00 the hosts discuss their daily show that covers various topics, including the ongoing transfer series. They express gratitude to viewers for tuning in and share that they will be providing inside information on the recent wave of transfers. The hosts also mention a live show that they do every week.
Even chatGPT doesn't recognize Billy as the Gayta coach 🤣
 
  • 00:00:00 They discuss the closing of the transfer portal and potential new additions to the roster, specifically at the nickel position. Miami is reportedly interested in players like D'Angelo Ponds and Greedy Vance, who have committed to other schools. The hosts also discuss possible players who could fill the nickel position for Miami, including Damari Brown, Daryl Porter, and Ryan Mack. They suggest that Brown, who is physical and instinctive, could be a factor in both coverage and the run game. They also mention that Mark Fletcher's return from injury is uncertain and they do not like to speculate on injuries. Recruiting is heating up as the offseason progresses and the portal is closing.
  • 00:05:00 They discuss the injury situation of Miami running back Mark Fletcher and the team's decision to bring in Damien Martinez as a backup. Fletcher is recovering from a foot injury, and the team is being cautious with his return to ensure his long-term health. Martinez, a top running back from last year, and Elijah Lofton, who was Miami's best running back in Spring, provide depth to the position. The team has three running backs, each over 230 pounds, who can run and make big plays, reminiscent of Alabama and Georgia's offensive styles.
  • 00:10:00 The topic shifts to an update on recruit Tyler Baron's decision between Miami and other schools. Miami is still in the mix for the pass rusher, but the recruitment has taken longer than hoped. It is free agency so things change rapidly. Miami still feels good. The conversation then turns to the recent news of Cormani McClain committing to Florida, a move that feels like a desperate talent grab for the Gators' coach Dan Mullen, who is under pressure to perform. McClain had a questionable recruiting process and struggled at Colorado, raising concerns about his ability to contribute to Florida's team. The speaker expresses confidence in Miami's receivers' ability to give McClain trouble and doubts his readiness to play at a high level. The conversation ends with a suggestion to compare the Miami rosters from the last time the Canes played the Gators to the current team.
  • 00:15:00 the speaker discusses the major issues that held back the Miami Hurricanes football team during the 2019 season. He emphasizes that the team's biggest problem was off-field issues, particularly at the quarterback position, where multiple players faced suspensions. Greenard, a defensive end from Florida, and Zuniga were formidable opponents, making the offensive line a significant concern as well. However, the addition of D'Eriq King as a leader and a good influence on the team made a significant difference, leading to improvements from the 2019 to 2020 seasons. The speaker then addresses a recruitment question regarding Chris Ewald, a cornerback prospect from Michigan who decommitted from Miami. The speaker expresses his admiration for Ewald's size and potential, comparing him to DJ Ivey, who also had size but needed to learn how to use his body effectively. Ewald's advanced ball skills at this stage could make him an intriguing prospect, and the speaker believes that he could develop into an impact player for the Hurricanes. Regarding Elias Rudolph, a highly-ranked recruit, the speaker acknowledges that if Rudolph had played his senior year, he might have been in the same tier as Lightfoot and Pickett. However, Rudolph's injury during his senior year and other issues prevented him from reaching his full potential at that time.
  • 00:20:00 Talk of Elias Rudolph's potential and high ceiling, comparing well with Lightfoot and Pickett. Brought up Malik Bryant as a potential breakout player. The speaker also touches on the topic of the University of Miami's football program receiving more financial support in recent years, attributing it to a combination of poor hiring decisions in the past and the need to compete in the current era of college football.
  • 00:25:00 I the speaker discusses the reasons behind the ACC schools' potential desire to leave the conference and the focus of Miami on winning and improving its brand in college football. He explains that Miami is not on the back foot regarding realignment and that both the ACC and Big 10 conferences have goals, but the timeline and specifics are uncertain. The speaker also mentions that the Tobacco Road schools, among others, do not find the ACC financially advantageous, and there is no clear timetable for when or how the conference might cease to exist. Miami's focus remains on winning and improving its position in the college football landscape.
  • 00:30:00 the speaker discusses Miami's focus on football and the significant investment being made into the program. The university is putting resources into recruiting and signing top players, with the help of coach Mario Cristobal's connections. The speaker also mentions the impact of the portal and the addition of transfers. Regarding defensive linemen, the speaker projects Barron, Bain, Mesidor, Marley Cook, and CJ Clark as key players. However, they are also keeping an eye on Ahmad Moten, who has the potential to emerge as a significant contributor to the rotation. Moten, who has been with the team for three years, is encouraged to seize the opportunity and have a strong summer to secure a prominent position on the depth chart.
  • 00:35:00 the speaker discusses Miami as a team that has benefited from having young players like Scott and Blunt come in and make an impact in the past. The speaker also touches on the importance of having Baron Brown, a high-value player, as he is expected to play a lot due to the offense's potential success. The speaker then moves on to answering some Twitter questions, including one about the depth in the secondary with Nickel. The speaker mentions that the nickel position is likely to be a rotating role, but names Powell and Harris as potential players who could see significant playing time.
  • 00:40:00 the speaker discusses potential contributors to the University of Miami's secondary, including Daryl Porter Jr, Zaquon Patterson, Markeith Williams, Robert Stafford, and Dyoni Hill. Regarding Miami transfer DJ Pickett, the speaker expresses confidence in the team's chances of securing his services. The conversation then shifts to comparing Ny Carr to Zachariah Branch from USC, with the speaker viewing Johnson as a more traditional receiver. The speaker also discusses the importance of player-coach relationships, using Xavier Restrepo who Miami cannot afford to lose to injury.
  • 00:45:00 thThe speaker expresses that all three are valuable players, with Rodriguez being a promising backup center who seized his opportunity during spring practice. The speaker also touches on the upcoming transfer of cornerback Cormani McClain to Florida and its potential impact, stating that McClain's arrival as a walk-on won't significantly change the team's outlook due to scholarship limitations and McClain's past issues with reliability. The speaker concludes by acknowledging the influence highly-rated players like McClain can have on a program, regardless of their performance on the field.
  • 00:50:00 the hosts discuss their daily show that covers various topics, including the ongoing transfer series. They express gratitude to viewers for tuning in and share that they will be providing inside information on the recent wave of transfers. The hosts also mention a live show that they do every week.
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