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09:40 AM ET 08.28 | Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie, who played at the University of Miami, is 6 feet 8, 335 pounds. Miami freshman offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson, who played at Cretin-Derham Hall, also is 6-8 and about 335 pounds. McKinnie said he had nothing to do with his alma mater's recruitment of Henderson after Henderson reneged on a commitment to the University of Southern California following NCAA's sanctions against the Trojans. "But I'm glad he's at Miami," McKinnie said. "I'm going to work with him in the offseason."

St. Paul Pioneer Press

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August 28, 2010  09:41 AM ET

good luck with that

August 28, 2010  09:58 AM ET

I'll wait for svt to weight in on this...

August 28, 2010  10:07 AM ET
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I'll wait for svt to [B]weigh[/B] in on this...

Out! Out! Earrant "t!"

August 28, 2010  10:08 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Out! Out! Earrant "t!"

Gads! My keyboard skills are errant this morning...

August 28, 2010  10:50 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

I'll wait for svt to weight in on this...

Freudian slip!

August 28, 2010  11:02 AM ET
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Freudian slip!

HA! "ue".

August 28, 2010  11:16 AM ET

Seantel: You ain't no gangsta. Pull your pants up!

August 28, 2010  11:45 AM ET

This can be nothing but fantastic news for Seantrel (McKinnie is his childhood idol, by the way) and the Canes as a whole. He must be stoked! Welcome to what being part of The U family is all about, Seantrel.

August 28, 2010  01:43 PM ET

Let's see that schedule:
1st period: Rapping
2nd period: Gangstering
3rd period: Lunch
4th period: Extended Lunch
5th period: Livin' Large without Dad

August 28, 2010  02:23 PM ET

Correct me if I am wrong here guys, isn't Mckinnie the one who is having some character issues in minn???

August 28, 2010  02:46 PM ET
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Correct me if I am wrong here guys, isn't Mckinnie the one who is having some character issues in minn???

i think he was on the "love boat", but thats about it..

August 28, 2010  02:52 PM ET

this is true, but not shocking to me at all.. former canes always come down in the offseason to help out the current canes with techniques, etc.. i know former cb Mike Rumph was working with a couple of the current cb's this offseason.. and former dolphin Mark Duper was working with wr Lenoard Hankerson etc

dont be surprised to see mr henderson playing soon..

is it thursday night yet?

August 28, 2010  02:53 PM ET
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no kidding. His footwork and technique or terrible.

LOL, i see what you did there

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August 28, 2010  03:33 PM ET
QUOTE(#13):

this is true, but not shocking to me at all.. former canes always come down in the offseason to help out the current canes with techniques, etc.. i know former cb Mike Rumph was working with a couple of the current cb's this offseason.. and former dolphin Mark Duper was working with wr Lenoard Hankerson etc

WOW! No other schools do this; what a novel idea.

Enjoy this Thur nights game, 'cause you will have a lot of crow to swallow next Thur night!

GO BUCKS!!!!!!

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August 28, 2010  04:09 PM ET

McKinnie said. "I'm going to work with him in the offseason."
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Is this legal, what will the NCAA say about that? LOL.

August 28, 2010  04:12 PM ET

HarleyMarlboro: "I think it a good bet to say that SH won't be 4-year student at Miami, probably won't graduate, and anticipates being an early-round NFL draft pick by 2013. Party Hardy...it's all about U. (Or, as Papa Rocks would fix for me...EEEWWWW)."

So?

 
August 28, 2010  04:22 PM ET
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McKinnie said. "I'm going to work with him in the offseason.".Is this legal, what will the NCAA say about that? LOL.

it happens every single year brother.. if it was a problem they wouldn't still be doing it

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