Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Part 11 of the 12 part 2014 Miami Hurricane Opponent Video Series - @UVa 11/22


2014 Virginia Cavaliers Football Preview

In Part 11 of the 2014 12 part opponent video series, I’m going to talk a little about the Virginia Cavaliers, our opponent on Nov 22nd up in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, VA.   

Lets first look at their Talent:
Well, I’ll start by saying that there are many questions at the quarterback position for starters, among other vital spots. They have back seven starters on offense, which believe it or not, will be better for them in comparison to last year stat wise. They have back TB Kevin Parks, who was their team leader in Offense,  rushing for 1,031 yards and 11 touchdowns, and earning second-team All-ACC honors in 2013. They do have some depth at QB coming back Junior David Watford (6-2, 205) and sophomore Greyson Lambert (6-5, 225). Think about this, in Watford’s first season as a starter, he completed just over 57 percent of his passes in 2013, for 2,202 yards and eight TDs. On the other hand, Lambert didn’t play that much, but he had a very  strong spring and is now in the driver’s seat for the starting job.
The WR core is led by Senior Darius Jennings (5-11, 175), who led the team in receiving  catching 38 passes, for 340 yards and three TDs in 2013. They also have Parks back. He had 38 receptions, for 329 yards, and one TD out of the backfield.
On the OL, they get back three starters, which includes both guards Connor Davis (6-5, 300) and Jay Whitmire (6-6, 310), however look for Whitmire to move to LT this season. Also back is sophomore Eric Smith (6-5, 295), who got eight starts at right tackle as a freshman.


Defensively, they have back with nine starters. That defense is led by All-American safety Anthony Harris (6-1, 190). He’s one of the best Safeties in the country. In 2013, he had 80 tackles and was tied for the national lead in interceptions with eight. Joining him are fellow seniors Brandon Phelps (44 tackles) and Demetrious Nicholson. who missed half of last year due to injury. They have experience back there.
The line backing corps returns their two top tacklers from a year ago in seniors Henry Coley (91 tackles, 9.0 TFL, one sack) and Daquan Romero (89 tackles, 6.5 TFL).
On the D-Line, the mainstay there is junior DE Eli Harold. As a sophomore last year, the 6-4, 235-pounder had 15 TFLs and 8.5 sacks, both numbers led the team.

On Special Teams, They have Alec Vozenilek back to take care of the kicking duties. Last season took care of both the Kicking and Punting duties. His punts averaged 41.2 yards per attempt on school-record 85 punts and on Kicking, he was 12-of-15 on FG’s, with a long of 40 yards. He was forced to do both because Ian Frye was hurt. With the 6-6, Frye back, it’ll take the pressure off of Vozenilek.


Next, I want to talk about the Coaching:

Let’s make no mistake, Mike London is on the hot seat going into this season. Two straight losing seasons doesn’t help either. He can only go up from there. This guy won a National Championship at Richmond on the FCS level, but it hasn’t translated into much success in Charlottesville. The guy is a very good recruiter, but expect another long season in Charlottesville for London and his crew.

Now, to their 2014 Schedule:

They went 2-10 last year and the schedule in 2014 for the Cavaliers will be brutal from the start, so here’s how I see the schedule play out in 2014:

In their opener, 8/30 vs. UCLA: L

Ouch, this one is one of the tamer teams on their schedule. Many people think the Bruins would win the Pac-12 title in 2014.  And the Cavs will be a huge underdog in this one and correctly so. This one will not be close at all as Brett Hundley should put up monster numbers in this one. UCLA big over the Cavs in this one.

In Week 2, 9/6 vs. Richmond: W

This is a game the Cavs will have their best shot to win all year. Now, London knows the Spiders, very well, as Richmond is his alma mater and he was the head coach there, winning an FCS title, before coming to Charlottesville to run the Cavs. They couldn’t even beat a terrible N.C. State team last year (the Pack went winless in the ACC), so now the Spiders will get another crack at another terrible ACC team in the Cavs. I think the Cavs win this one, However if they were to lose, that seat of London’s which is hot right now, gets even hotter.
In week 3, 9/13 vs. Louisville: W

Louisville comes calling. This is a big game early for London and his crew, knowing he’s on the hot seat up there I’ll go with the Cavs over the Cardinals in this one, even though the Cardinals had only one loss last season and seem to be on the rise, but that was in the AAC. The ACC is a different beast. Yes, Petrino brings a high-powered offense to Charlottesville, in the end, you have to think the Cavs find a way to win that one and cool London’s seat temporarily.

In week 4, 9/20 at BYU: L

Yes, the Cavs beat BYU at home last year, however, with this one being in Provo, look for the Cougars to pummel the Cavs, and London’s seat warms up again. BYU wins comfortably here.

In week 5, 9/27 vs. Kent State: W

I think the Cavs win this one, but after that, OUCH!

In Week 6, 10/4 vs. Pittsburgh: L

They are home again, this time for Pitt, and once again, I can see London’s seat become even warmer after this loss.

In Week 7 BYE

In Week 8, 10/18 at Duke: L

The Cavs head down to Durham to take on the Blue Devils. If London’s seat isn’t blistering hot at this point, it will be after this one. When you consider the fact that Duke went to the ACC Championship Game last season, and the Cavaliers didn’t win a game in the league, and add to the fact that Duke’s head coach David Cutcliffe is moving things in the upward direction is very telling how far the Cavs have fallen. Duke wins BIG here.

In Week 9, 10/25 vs. North Carolina: L

This will be an easy win for the Tar Heels, when you add the fact that the Cavaliers will be such disarray, and Mike London’s seat on five-alarm fire, there’s no way the Heels lose this one. UNC’s offense, led by QB Marquise Williams should have things rolling at this point in the season. Add that Carolina was one of the hottest teams in the country in the 2nd half of the season. Look for Carolina to come to Charlottesville and win BIG here.  

In Week 10, 11/1 at Georgia Tech: L

The Jackets are back home to take on a dreadful Cavalier team, whose coach has a hot seat that will be on 5 alarm fire at this point. It won’t cool after this one either. This game will be closer than the experts think. While thedefense will stuff the option offense for a little while, look for Paul Johnson to adjust and start running that triple-option, down the Cavs throats. The Yellow Jackets should find a rhythm in the second half and defend their home turf. This is going to be the easiest win of the season for GT here.

In Week 11, 11/8 at Florida State: L

My god, if it hasn’t gotten any worse for the Cavs, they get to face the monster that is FSU in FSU’s house. Mike London’s seat is blistering at this point, and it only gets hotter after this one. The Cavs are going to get slaughtered here. It would be a huge shock if they stay within 30 points. It’s not going to happen though. Look for Jameis and the rest of the FSU starters to be out of the game by halftime.  Noles BIG in this one.

In Week 12, BYE 


In Week 13, 11/22 vs. Miami (Fla.): L

Way too many weapons for the Cavs to try and stop here. They will have a difficult time, keeping up with the speed of the CANES. Look for a big game out of Duke Johnson in this one. CANES big over Cavs.

In the season finale, 11/28 at Virginia Tech: L

Here we go, yes, it’s a rivalry game in Blacksburg vs the Hokies. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a defensive battle in this one, considering there was only 22 combined points in this game last season. That said, this will be no contest here, and likely Mike London will be canned a few days after this game is over. VT is still king in that state. VT wins handily here to end the Cavs season at a projected 3-9. 

My prediction on the Game vs. CANES:
We just have way too many weapons for the Cavs in this one and with a projected loss to FSU still in our mouths, this is the game to get healthy and well and we will do just that. I believe Duke will have a huge game and we win easily in Charlottesville.

In the 12th and final part of the 2014 series, I will talk about the Pittsburgh Panthers, our opponent on November 29th at Sun Life Stadium in the regular season finale.

Part 10 of the 12 part 2014 Miami Hurricane Opponent Video Series - FSU 11/15

2014 Florida State Football Preview

In Part 10 of the 2014 12 part opponent video series, I’m going to talk a little about the defending National Champion Florida State Seminoles, our opponent on Nov 15th at Sun Life Stadium   
Lets first look at their Talent:

Where do you begin? I’ll make no bones about it. The Seminoles are very good. They are reloading again. The talent is there to win it again. The only thing that they have to guard against is being satisified and complacent. They lost a lot to graduation/early entry into the NFL Draft. They could lose guys like Lamarcus Joyner, Devonta Freeman, Timmy Jernigan and Kelvin Benjamin and still reload with top level talent. This is Jameis Winston’s team and they’ll be dangerous again.

Next, I want to talk about the Coaching:

You know that Jimbo Fisher will make sure the Noles realize that they are now the hunted, and they will get their opponents best effort (See Auburn in the BCS title game). The guy is one hellva a recruiter and another top class this year proved that.

Now, to their 2014 Schedule:

These guys won it all last year, and let me predict their schedule for 2014:

In their opener, 8/30 vs. Oklahoma State (neutral – Jerry’s House in Arlington, TX): W 34-10

It’ll be a game for about a half, but in the 2nd half, look for FSU to show why many people have them winning it all again. The D makes big plays, the O will make big plays in this one. Noles win going away here.


In Week 2, 9/6 vs. The Citadel: 77-0

No contest. You can name the score on this one. They’ll be looking ahead to the big one with Clemson by halftime. Jameis plays just a half in this one and the 2nd and 3rd units will play the rest of this one.


In week 3 they have a BYE
 

In week 4, 9/20 vs. Clemson: 30-17

Off the BYE week, Clemson comes to Tallahassee, and while Clemson will be out to avenge the beatdown last year in their own house, look for Jameis and Co., to get it going and neutralize Beasley and the rest of the Clemson D come midway through the 3rd, and the Noles win going away, the Tigers will score late to make it more respectable, but the Noles will have this one in hand.


In week 5, 9/27 at North Carolina State: 59-10

Uh oh, Mr Brissett, you only get to fact an old rival. You can bet Jimbo will remind his team about the last visit to Raleigh, which ended in an upset loss. That will not happen here. Another big game from Winston and Co here. FSU wins easily here.  


In Week 6 , 10/4 vs. Wake Forest: 70-3

Guess what Wake Forest, you get to be the sacrificial lamb for the FSU machine. Look for the starters to be out by halftime and the 2nd and 3rd units playing the 2nd half.


In Week 7, 10/11 at Syracuse: 42-17

It’ll be a fight here, for maybe a 1 ½ quarters, but by halftime, this one will be well in hand, and the Noles will be looking to the showdown with the Irish.


In Week 8, 10/18 vs. Notre Dame: 48-14

On paper, this is a marquee matchup. However, given the troubles in South Bend, and the game being in Tallahassee, the Noles will have their way with the Irish here.


In Week 9, they have a BYE

In Week 10, 10/30 at Louisville: 41-21

The Cardinals will be jacked up to play this one on a Thursday Night at home. This will be close for a half, but in the 2nd half, look for a Noles to start getting it together and pull away from Louisville and win comfortably. 


In Week 11, 11/8 vs. Virginia: 45-3

My god, if it hasn’t gotten any worse for the Cavs, they get to face the monster that is FSU. Mike London’s seat is blistering at this point, and it only gets hotter after this one. Noles BIG in this one.


In Week 12, 11/15 at Miami (FL): 38-28

The CANES gave FSU a game last year for a half, in the end, just too much talent and depth for UM to overcome.  This rivalry is getting close to what it used to be, however Miami still has a little ways to go, but not too much though. Jameis makes enough plays for the Noles to escape Miami Gardens with the victory.


In Week 13, 11/22 vs. Boston College: 49-7
 

BC gave the Noles all it could handle up in Chestnut Hill last year. This year, this game being in Tallahassee, you can be sure, Jimbo will not allow a repeat of what BC did to that Defense last year. Noles BIG in this one.


In the season finale, 11/29 vs. Florida: 34-21

This is a rivalry game, so you never know. You can be sure of this, Florida will come ready to play this one, especially A) after the stinker of a season they had last year, and B) they’ll be healthy, much more so than last year. Jameis had better be ready to take on a very aggressive UF defense. This game will be close for 3 quarters, but come the 4th quarter, Jameis and Co will make the plays needed to be made to win this one. What I do know is that the Gators better throw out every offensive play they had in 2013, because it was god awful. But you can expect the Florida defense to show up for this one. Winston struggled a bit last year in this matchup, he’ll be better prepared during his second go around.


My prediction on the Game vs. CANES:
We gave them a game for a half, and we had the ball to start the 3rd quarter. In the end, FSU had too much depth and firepower for us to overcome in that one up there. We’ll be ready to play this game, and we’ll be close for a while, but in the 4th quarter, as painful as it is for me to say, I think Jameis will make plays for them and they’ll leave our place with a victory. I think we’ll give them the toughest game they play all year.
In Part 11 of the 2014 series, I will talk about the Virginia Cavaliers, our opponent on November 22nd at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, VA in the regular season road finale.

Part 9 of the 12 part 2014 Miami Hurricane Opponent Video Series - @Carolina 11/1


2014 North Carolina Football Preview

In Part 9 of the 2014 12 part opponent video series, I’m going to talk a little about the North Carolina Tar Heels, our opponent on Nov 1st at Sun Life Stadium   

Lets first look at their Talent:

When you average 40.5 PPG in their last 7 games of 2013, its reason enough for QB Marquise Williams to come back. This guy is very very good, especially when you consider he’s a threat to run as well. All he did was lead the team in carries (111) and rushed for 536 yards and six touchdowns. He just happens to be a very good passer too. He had 1,698 yards, 15 TDs to just 6 picks. This team could win 10 easily. The biggest question will be the Defense. Can they step up and have a big year?  

Next, I want to talk about the Coaching:

When you look at what Larry Fedora’s team did in the 2nd half of 2013, putting up 40.5 points a game, they became a team you didn’t want to play, because everything began to click for them This man in his 6 years of coaching (this will be year 7) has never had a losing record.
He’s only won 10 games once (2011 at Southern Miss going 12-2. This guy knows how to win.


Now, to their 2014 Schedule:

The Heels came off a 7-6 season, which included a Belk Bowl win over Cincinnati in Charlotte. There are high expectations in Chapel Hill this year. So, here’s the 2014 Tar Heels schedule and how I see their schedule play out:

In their opener, 8/30 vs. Liberty: W

In the past, its been the slow starts and strong finishes. Not in this game though. Carolina will be on fire in this one, and this is a game where you start to answer some questions, especially on the defensive side of the ball. Carolina BIG in this one.


In Week 2, 9/6 vs. San Diego State: W

They’re at home again, this time in a night game at home, and that place will be jumpin’. Look for a big game out of Williams, getting his yardage both in the air and on the ground. In this game, look for the O-Line to start to get a foothold here. They did lose C Russell Bodine to the NFL, so Fedora needs to find answers fast.  They’ll start coming in this one. Carolina comfortably here.





In week 3, 9/20 at East Carolina: W

East Carolina is tough and one a co-favorite to win the AAC, This matchup is very intriguing given the fact that the Pirates are at home. However, look for Fedora and his crew to have the Heels ready for this one. It’ll be close for about a half, maybe a little into the 3rd quarter, but in the end, the Heels have too many weapons for the Pirates to overcome here. UNC wins comfortably over ECU.  should have his team ready to go. This game will be close but I think North Carolina has the roster to come out on top.


In week 4, 9/27 at Clemson: L

If this game were in Chapel Hill, it’d be a must watch. However, this is in Death Valley and while its still a must watch, Carolina doesn’t have the firepower to hang with Clemson in this one, especially on Defense.  Clemson hands the Heels its first loss of the season.


In week 5, 10/4 Virginia Tech: L

Is Carolina ready to win the Coastal this year? After this game, I predict the answer to be no. As good as Fedora, and he will have the Heels ready to play this one, its very dangerous to underestimate Frank Beamer and Bud Foster in big games like this. Foster’s Defense will have an answer for Williams. VT wins a close one on the road, and the Heels lose their 2nd straight to drop them to a projected 3-2.

In Week 6 , 10/11 at Notre Dame: W

With the Irish having all the distractions about the cheating scandal up there, the stars are right for an upset here. With the Irish having FSU and Stanford, and Carolina being in the middle, everything is ripe for a Heels win, and they would want to get off a projected two game losing streak here. Carolina goes to South Bend and beats the Irish.


In Week 7, 10/18 Georgia Tech: W

GT makes the trip up to Chapel Hill to take on the Tar Heels, who could very well be a force to deal with in the Coastal this year and add to the fact, that the Heels will coming off a huge projected win up in South Bend the week before, there’s no way, the Heels lose this one. UNC wins this one handily to move them to a projected 5-2.


In Week 8, 10/25 at Virginia: W

This will be an easy win for the Tar Heels, when you add the fact that the Cavaliers will be such disarray, and Mike London’s seat on five-alarm fire, there’s no way the Heels lose this one. Carolina BIG over UVa as Williams should put up big numbers against a Cavalier defense that’s just absolutely awful. Virginia is still rebuilding and Carolina will be too focused to lose this game.
 

In Week 9, 11/1 at Miami (FL): L

this was very close last year and Miami found a way to win late vs. the Heels. Look for another close game here. In the end, expect the CANES to win this one.


In Week 10 BYE  


In Week 11, 11/15 vs. Pittsburgh: W

After losing a projected close game in Miami, look for Carolina to be very upset and take it out on the Panthers. Look for Williams to make some big plays early and often in this one and Pitt’s running game will be no factor here. Carolina bounces back with a HUGE win.


In Week 12, 11/20 at Duke: L 


On a Thursday Night, they go to Duke to take on the Blue Devils on ESPN. It’s a short week for the Tar Heels. Carolina wants that Victory Bell back and wants to erase the sting of the Blue Devils winning the Coastal on their field. As much as Williams wants to the chance to prove he's something special on the national stage, at the end of the day, Duke will be again a little too much for the Tar Heels. Duke gets the win over UNC.

In the season finale, 11/29 vs. NC State: W

It’s a rivalry game, and its at home, Fedora’s team will be ready to go, especially after a projected tough loss to Duke nine days earlier. The Wolfpack have a dual-threat quarterback in Jacoby Brissett, however, against a defense that’s ticked off after the projected Duke loss, and it being Senior Day in Chapel Hill, UNC has the better offense and too many weapons for the Pack to overcome in this one. Give the nod to the Tar Heels to finish a projected 8-4.

My prediction on the Game vs. CANES:

We were very fortunate to get out of Chapel Hill last year with a victory. We know that Carolina will come in looking for payback, and they have the weapons on O to beat us, so its imperative for our D to come up big in this one and I believe they will. I expect Duke to have a huge game here. In the end, we’ll once again find a way to win.

In Part 10 of the 2014 series, I will talk about the team that raised the last BCS title in history, the Florida State Seminoles, our opponent on November 15th at Sun Life Stadium.

Part 8 of the 12 part 2014 Miami Hurricane Opponent Video Series - @VT 10/23 (Thursday Night)


2014 Virginia Tech Football Preview

In Part 8 of the 2014 12 part opponent video series, I’m going to talk a little about the Virginia Tech Hokies, our opponent on Oct 23rd on a Thursday Night off the BYE week up in Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, VA at 7:30 pm on ESPN.   

Lets first look at their Talent:

Logan Thomas, who had been the leader of this struggling offense for several years, has graduated and is now in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals. That means the QB competition is wide open and the battle there is between Texas Tech transfer Michael Brewer and Mark Leal.

For many years, the O has certainly been a issue. You know what you’re getting with the Defense under Bud Foster, and Special Teams under Frank Beamer (Beamer Ball). The D isn’t what it once was, and not as strong as in years past. With a weak Offense, that has no quick fixes in the foreseeable future, specifically at QB, the offense will remain status quo in Blacksburg.

Next, I want to talk about the Coaching:

Frank Beamer has been the dean of College Football, however, something you’re starting to hear a little more in Blacksburg, chatter about Beamer being in the hot seat. The one that disagrees the most on this is the new AD there Whit Babcock.

Something Babcock said to the Roanoke Times back in May that was telling: "Yeah, he’s a Hall of Famer. You know what; they asked me that question, maybe with different words, in the interview process. I said, you know, if I earn Coach Beamer’s respect by proving to have character and competence -- I think those are the two keys to leadership -- if you have character and competence, and not that anybody is perfect, but I think poor character tears down leadership really fast. And you’d better be competent at your job too,” “But I think he knows I have a job to do too, and if there’s something I need to address with him that needs improvement, I would do that. But I haven’t seen any areas of that so far. And he’s a heck of a coach and I hope and plan on him being here for a long time."

With that, you can put to bed any thoughts of Beamer going anywhere anytime soon, and the same could be said for DC Bud Foster. While his D might not be as strong as in years past, he gets the most out of the personnel he has here.

Now, to their 2014 Schedule:

The Hokies are coming off an 8-5 season that included an ugly loss in the Sun Bowl to UCLA (12-42). Here’s how I see their schedule play out:

In their opener, 8/30 William & Mary: W

An easy opening game in 11 days, which the Hokies should roll over William and Mary cruise. The thing here is that the offense can get some traction under Brewer or Leal because Virginia Tech is going to need some serious offense in the next matchup in Columbus, OH.


In Week 2, 9/6 AT Ohio State: L

A trip to Columbus won’t bode well for the Hokies here. Their O is very weak, and the Buckeye defense should have a field day here. Look for a big game out of DE Joey Bosa being in the Hokie backfield all day and making life miserable for either Brewer and/or Leal. No way the Hokies are scoring 28 points vs that defense.  Buckeyes cruise in this one.


In week 3, 9/13 East Carolina: W

East Carolina is tough and one a co-favorite to win the AAC, however, they are not tough enough to win a game in Blacksburg. At this point, the O should be getting into a rhythm and after a projected bad loss in Columbus the previous week, VT is going to want to get back on track here. Look for this game to be the classic Beamer/Foster type of game, which is a physical running game, good aggressive defense and ST’s (which is the classic Beamer M.O.) VT bounces back nicely in this one.


In week 4, 9/20 Georgia Tech: W

GT’s triple option will be no match for VT’s D. The’ve won the last four times they’ve played GT, and look for it to be five after this one. VT rolls here. 


In week 5, 9/27 Western Michigan: W

They’re at home, and the Broncos went 1-11 last year. No way the Hokies lose this one, provided they don’t turn the ball over. Too many quality athletes for the Broncos to overcome here.


In Week 6 10/4 AT North Carolina: W

While Carolina might be the real deal in 2014, they always seem to lose a game they should win, and this will be one of them. As good as Larry Fedora is as a HC, and with them having momentum from last year’s end, and as good as QB Marquise Williams is, never underestimate a Bud Foster Defense in big games like this. His Defense will have an answer for Williams. VT wins a close one on the road, going into the BYE week a projected 5-1.

In Week 7, BYE week

In Week 8, 10/16 AT Pittsburgh: W

This game will be tough for Virginia Tech, however, they will have had 12 days off between the game at Carolina and this one at Heinz Field. Its on a Thursday Night (1st of a back to back on Thursday Night). Yes, the Panthers have a few young playmakers on offense, however, with Tom Savage gone, look for the VT Defense to feast on Pitt’s QB and make some plays. Also, look for VT’s Special Teams to come up big and the O does just enough to win. Pitt lost too much on D, and in the end, VT gets the win over Pitt on the road


In Week 9, 10/23 Miami (FL): L
 

You know the Hurricanes will have payback on their minds for the ugly quagmire loss at Sun Life last year. Simple math here, win the Turnover battle and you win the game. Miami will win that battle and therefore leave Blacksburg with a win. VT drops to a projected 6-2 after this one.

In Week 10 11/1 Boston College: W

BC lost too many key players on both sides of the ball to hang with the Hokies for 4 quarters. It’ll be close for 2 ½ quarters, before VT’s talent starts to take over and win going away late. VT gets the nod here.

In Week 11, 11/15 AT Duke: L

The Hokies just barely let this game slip away last season, but I have a feeling that the secondary will be excellent for this game. Duke can score points with quarterback Anthony Boone,  and will do so in this game. The Duke D makes some plays and hands VT a second loss in a row in this series.

In Week 12, 11/22 AT Wake Forest: W

Wake Forest has a very athletic secondary but other than that, there is no reason why the Hokies should lose this game, and they won’t, especially after the projected loss in Durham the week before. VT wins big here.

In Week 13, 11/28 Virginia: W

This will be no contest here, yes it’s a rivalry, but the Cavaliers will be in such disarray here and Mike London will likely be canned a few days after this game is over. VT is still king in that state. VT wins handily here to finish a projected 9-3. 


My prediction on the Game vs. CANES:

I look for this game to be physical and very hard hitting. I don’t need to tell any of my fellow CANES about the ugly quagmire loss at Sun Life last year. We’ll be coming off a BYE, and we’re going to go up there with a chip on our shoulders. We’re going to make some plays on D and on ST’s to win this one on the road.

In Part 9 of the 2014 series, I will talk about the North Carolina Tar Heels, our opponent on November 1st at Sun Life Stadium.