Per ESPN, Taylor cook and Cannon Smith tranfer from the U. Jacory Harris and A.J. Harris are the only two QBs on the roster for the canes. What a crappy situation for a program tryin to get on back track.
I did not make this headline up
Apparently the University of Miami lacks family values.
A WHOP BOP A-DO-BOP A WOP-BAM BOOM
Nobody on the road...
Nobody on the beach...
The feeling in the air...
Is startings out of reach...
Empty lake, empty streets, the sun goes down alone
I'm drivin' by your house, even though, you're not hooooome...
But I can see you- your brown skin shining in the sun. You got your hair combed back and your sunglasses on, baby. And I can tell you my love for you will still be strong, after the boys of summer have gone.
Well done team, I plus-oned all of us. I love Don Henley (and the Ataris???).
its more like a business there...
leaving a couple of young guys ... sounds oddly familiar. Do you mean A.J. Highsmith? I think he's Alonzo's kid. Jacoby looked pretty good last year for a freshman.
Yeah, Highsmith. My bad.
do you mean jacory? I thought Jacoby was a centerfielder for the Red Sox, I didn't know that he played football at Michigan as well.
Neither of them play football at Michigan.
you have proven to me that you are, in fact, as smooth as MC Hammer (and by smooth I mean as smooth as sandpaper).
EDIT* it's nothing against you personally....I just really don't miss MC Hammer at all. Well...that...and he wasn't smooth.
Smooooooth no ROUGH
Coach obviously ran them off the team.
They've only got one QB commit for this class as well, and he's a low 3 star. They better hope Jacory Harris is both healthy and good at playing football or they're in trouble.
Jacory Harris is Tate Forcier stretched out over another 4 inches.
(sorry, i mistakenly negged you when trying to hit the reply button. i'll neg myself in retribution if i can.)
Trying to be a good Samaritan, I fixed both your neg problems.
They must be bringing in kids with bad character issues, maybe the same type that ran wermers off of the team. The ones that go to class.
I heard Shannon refused to offer Cook's little brother a schollarship and Smith didn't like the kind of kid's he was recruiting.
That sounds oddly familiar
....their local newspapers are ripping the coach on a daily basis....
I wonder if people are gonna start talking about how the university of south florida owns the miami area in recruting and are the new southern florida football powerhouse.
but what about Ray Ray Armstrong? Maybe they could move him back to qb: http://rivals100.rivals.com/viewprospect.asp?Sport=1&pr_key=78415
He impressed the hell out of me in the one game I caught on FCS.
Was Ray Ray a QB before? Rivals only had him listed as an "Athlete". Thanks.
Yes, Ray Ray played QB in high school, but he has a ton more potential elsewhere. I bet he doesn't want to move.
Cannon Smith is a great QB name!
a program gets on "back track?" I suppose if they back tracked enough they could return to their NC season. Maybe we can back track to 1997?
EDIT* I didn't mean to be an ass, but I fear I have. Just trying to be funny :(
Not going to be the starter, transfer elsewhere.
it has worked for some people (e.g. jevan snead).
So they've lost three now with Marve gone?
Does anyone see an opening for Feagin?
Maybe Dantonio might get bored in EL and fly south this winter.
...is a disciplinarian who took over for a pushover; this is not the Miami kids expect fo find when they get there. Sadly, though, from what I hear anyway, no matter what he does, he can't stop the Dade County clique from making things difficult for many players who come in from "out of town."
Since most of his best players come from Dade County, particularly Miami NW and Booker T Washington, this is a big problem. Shannon has a great and inspirational story; it would be great to see him succeed, but I have to agree with AmaizinBlue here. I just don't think Shannon will get enough time in Miami to turn around what Coker did to the program.
restore their family values.
For how much I dislike the "U" that was majestic.
Have they publicly stated why they were transferring?
It makes a big difference (at least IMHE) whether they left because of the likelihood of significant playing time, Alabama-esque "unspecified violations of team rules," actual violations of team rules, or run-of-the-mill "I didn't fit in with the program."
I'm guessing the MSM will blame RR for running him off. It seems to be his fault everytime someone transfers.
(Yes, I realize this is Miami and RR is the coach at Michigan)
This thread would have been even better if the title was "2 UM QBs Transfer".
Yeah, and make me have a minor heart attack
My favorite thing about Jacory Harris is when very white sportscasters call him "Jockery".