Shots fired.................... again
Miami is Hurricane football, period. Even if you went to MDCC or FIU I'd almost guarantee you'd still be a Canes fan. It's a city thing. Something Tally doesn't know about since it's not really considered a city, more like a town you try to drive around when it gets dark out, or the kind of place you would not want to be stuck in with all the barnyard rapes and such.
GED at 45... Are you implying that Miami residents are dumb? I'm pretty sure we're light-years ahead of wherever Tallahassee country folk are at. How do people get around in the town? Do they even have a real road going through there?? With actual street lights and paved roads or do they still ride horseback?
2015 Mock Drafts
1. Trae Waynes - CB - MSU 1. La'el Collins - OG - LSU (Trade) 2. Denzel Perryman - ILB - UM 2. Eric Hendricks - ILB - UCLA 4. Chris Conley - WR - UGA 3. Gerod Holliman - FS - UL 5. John Miller - OG - UL 4. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu - CB - UO 5. Durell Eskridge - FS - SU 5. Robert Myers - OG/T - TSU 6. Rakeem Nunez-Roches - DT - SMU 5. Kaleb Eulls - DT - MSU
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 6. Justin Hardy - WR - TCU
Are you really saying in order to root for a college team you must go to school there ?
There was a time the university of Miami football was the only game in town. No pro anything before 1966 when the Fins got a franchise here.
Lots of Miami natives grew up with the Canes and many are still fans today.
It's our team, dude.. We can brag all we want.......... traitor jk
I personally know Miami locals that went to school at UF and FSU, that are still die hard Canes fans.
Even Udonis Haslem, a UF grad, is still a UM guy. Schools don't matter when it comes to the city team. Like I said, Miami is Hurricanes.
Last edited by ITS!MATEO; 05-02-2013 at 11:32 PM.