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Where you from?
How did you became a Cane fan?
I became a fan, at 8 years old playing NCAA 99 on PSone. I guess as a child, I liked the lego of the ibis with a pipe in his mouth. Lol, crazy but over time as I got older I started to really fellow the canes and truthly became a die hard fan when the team went through their down yr, 2005.
Born in North Carolina & lived my adolescent to adulthood year in Maryland.
Grew up a Dolphins fan because of my dad & became a Hurricanes fan because they were in Miami too.
Envy the past, Fear the future
I've lived in Kentucky my whole life and I'm 26...been a Miami fan since watching them with my brother when they were beating Nebraska in the 80s.......don't know what it was there colors or swagger but I have always been for them....it was prob cause they would kick everybody a** and tell you about it while the a** kicking was going on
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in 2002 my parents had a bunch of friends over for the miami tennessee game I had always hated tennessee vols and never had much of a passion for college ball, had always rooted for the redskins. Well, I was giving everyone a hard time saying the canes were going to whip them and once I saw how they played and how anazing they were I fell for them ever since and I can't wait til were back to beating the sh*t out of the sec and everyone like we used to
Watch ya know about dem Miami Boyzzz!!!
20 from Northern Virginia
I dunno as a kid I just loved the unis the colors the helmet...where I live CFb isn't really big..I just chose the Canes and haven't looked back
Born n raised in the county of dade but currently living in central fl
Grew up down the street from the orange bowl n could even hear the PA announcer during games n my dad would watch the games on tv i remember the ppl who lived around the orange bowl would charge ppl crazy money jus 2 park closer now ive been living in ocala 4 3 years jus 40 miles south of gainesville n i love repping my orange n green with all these gater n semihoe fans n all the do i hate on the best team in the FLA!!!
Born and raised in tampa fl
22 be 23 next month
I have picture s of me as a baby with Miami stuff. My dad is a fan and my uncle played there two national championship so it was only right.
ALL ABOUT THE U
When I was born my blood was orange and green...been a fan ever since
Haha I feel ya bro completely
It's All About The U
Born in Orlando and moved to Atlanta at 11.
I actually liked FSU first for their fight song when I was really young . But my dad--attended UM briefly and lived in Miami for several years--converted me shortly after. Haven't looked back. After the firing of Randy and the USF game, I actually wanted to get more involved as a fan and decided to follow recruiting.
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University of Oklahoma, Class of 2014
Rep that 808 Hawaii. Grew up a military brat.
When I played football in Texas, I had an uncle who was from miami and was just SWAGGED OUT in hurricane gear! I was like DAT DUDE IS SMOOTH! Lmao so I started watching UM play, I still remember That Alabama/UM game with Shaun Alexander. I forget who the reciever was for miami but that boi got straight stripped running down the sideline. But ever since I fell in love with THE U!! My favorite cane dat dea EDGERRIN JAMES #5 aka SWEETFEET!! Les gooooo!!!! Da U is coming Back!!!
Experience is a hard teacher. She gives the test first and the lesson afterwards.
From miami... 26 years old... Been a cane since a jit...
Born and raised in texas.....33 yrs old......
Became a fan in '84 on thanksgiving bc I thought melvin bratten was the baddest mofo I ever seen lol
Never knew guys could jump over piles like he did
When I was a kid, I always liked how Warren Sapp played. When I got to middle school, my coach asked me what position I wanted to try out for. D-Tackle. And I was pretty good at it. I looked up where Sapp played and it was the _!!!!
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I have a 4 yr old brother and 5 yr old nephew and I love tellin' them to throw up the U and they do it, especially because my brother-law played at Notre Dame he gets pissed that I'm corrupting his son.....ohh well gotta raise these baby canes
Born and raised in New Hampshire
Been a fan of the U since the early 80's
38 years old
Loved the Swagger
grandfather was a ND fan, and we used to battle
Live for the U
Born in New Orleans Louisiana
Lived in South Florida from 2004 to 2009
32 years Old..
Became a Disicple of THE U in the Late 80's
Probably around 86-87
YES 5 and 6 years old
Jimmy Johnson, Michael Irvin, Steve Walsh days
Loved the SWAGGER,
The best thing about the Universtiy of Miami was how they would always back up there talk on the field, and they did it without any gimmicks or fancy offenses.. THEY WERE JUST BETTER! It was great No, It was pure domination.. I formation, Run it down ur throat and throw all over the place, and kill everybody from a Defensive Standpoint! and talk trash while ur doin it.. I miss those days.
This post was edited by swaggerforlife 17 months ago
Hey man, I'm 26. Was born and raised in Ocala/Belleview. Cane brain washed straight out of the vagina. Have lived all over FL. My family is from Sfla. Damn I miss the OB. Nice story hearing the PA, good memory to have. My pops lives in Miramar where he went to HS. Loves watching them play still. Ocala is loaded with gayturds and delusioNoles. Be on alert for them aunt mom and uncle dad people, few teeth/brains, i feel for those poor sheep they play with past midnight. I'm back in Tampa now though..Was recently in Sarasota.
I feel ya mane, It's crazy I ain't Roll Tide or War Eagle.. I mean am in Alabama we rich with history but it is what it is. Cane4Life, we back in yr. 14 "CAN'T WAIT"
In 2003 I was 10 years old. I seen devin hester run a kick off back and I watched the orange bowl erupt. He took his helmet and shook his head up and down like he knew it was time to kill something. I remember they were down by like 2 or 3 touchdowns and nobody in my house was worried .It was like they knew we were going to comeback and win. It was just great to see so much confidence even when you were down the hope never died.
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