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Tennessee Tumbles in Tuscaloosa

The Vols nearly take down #1 Alabama, but the defense can't keep up for long enough as Abdoul Pearson rushes it in to clinch it 26-23 in 2OT.

Ceci N'est Pas Un Pipe

The pipe stepped up this week, taking out Malcolm Davis, Norris Brooksheer, Kenji Sagatomo, and LaMichael Jones among others.

Rumblin' Raekwon

Northern Iowa RB Raekwon Thomas is looking to prove himself to NFLHC scouts, putting up 125 yards and 3 TD in a convincing win over Montana.

Fib Uring It Out

The Lions clinched at least a .500 record as they knocked off the Packers, 17-12, to jump to a surprising NFC North lead.

McLean on Me

Rice QB Eric McLean becomes the presumptive #1 QB prospect after receiving an 83 overall grade from scouts.

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  3. Jieret

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Oh, well then. That was just unfortunate.
  4. Curby4

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    If there was a recruit draft, I would be in a great position to get a good draft pick right now
  5. stormstopper

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    They didn't go for 2, they missed the extra point
  6. Jamarquan

    [2022] CFBHC's most bleachable skill players

    Ian Pope is ass? Tell me something I don't know.
  7. TheTodd15

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Houston has fallen so far from the Joel King days. Also credit to @Rome for rebuilding Cincinnati so fast after Mpost's Folly.
  8. constapatedape

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Chris Billings had a great game tbh.
  9. Jieret

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Bold of Bowling Green to go for 2 in regulation, didn't quite work out. Good on Ball State to get the stop and the win. Strong performance by Coastal Carolina, not sure many saw that coming.
  10. Isaac829

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    But both of you could at least agree on OU sucks.
  11. Wonderbread

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    One win away from an early bowl eligible season! GG MTSU.
  12. Swipet

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    I think you overestimate my run defense
  13. stormstopper

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Julius Minnow's 150.7 passer rating is the second-highest of his career against Big XII opponents, trailing only his effort against TCU in week 13 of the 2018 season. It is the ninth time a Kansas State passer has had a rating of 150 or better in a conference game; the Wildcats are 4-5 when that happens (and 3-5 setting a minimum of 10 passes attempted). Including non-conference games, it's the fourth-highest rating of Minnow's career. It's the fifth-highest passing yardage total by a Kansas State quarterback ever, and the second time a Kansas State player has thrown for 290+ yards and 3+ TD without an interception (the other being Minnow against Liberty this year). Simeon Wells's 192 rushing yards are the second-most in a single game by a Big XII player this year, trailing Solomon McLaughlin's 300 against South Alabama. It's the highest total by a Texas runningback not named Sterling Brown; the two-time Doak Walker award winner hit 192 or better on 7 occasions, the last of which was week 13 of the 2015 season. He's the first Big XII runningback with at least 192 yards on fewer than 25 carries since Maurice White against Texas Tech in 2019. Kyler Tackett maintained a 166.8 passer rating, snapping a streak of five straight games under 116. It's the first time he's attempted at least 25 passes without an interception since week 7 of the 2021 season, with 14 games in the interim (not counting the two Beckwith games). In the six games Texas and Kansas State have played, two have been shutout wins for Texas. Every time Kansas State has scored a point, they've been within one score entering the fourth quarter, but in every case Texas pulled out the win.
  14. constapatedape

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Back off I have dibs
  15. constapatedape

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Well the change worked a little bit at least
  16. jared2001usa

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    That moment when you realize you won't make a bowl, but you can experiment with your roster with no pressure...
  17. mahrowkeen

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Simeon Wells don’t play
  18. imerman

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Wasn't expecting that at all, but it's definitely exciting to see my team dominate. GG @JustinQuan
  19. stinsy

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    Well hello there Simeon Wells
  20. npklemm

    [2022] Week #12 - FNF

    A win I desperately needed. GG @ecnirp
  21. SyndaKyt

    Picking the Brain of “Zombie” Marcus Barry

    heh...deadication
  22. SyndaKyt

    [2022] CFBHC's most bleachable skill players

    Wait...No Wyoming Players on this list! woooh! WE still kinda suck
  23. Base starting skills Offense: 10 Defense: 10 Special Teams: 10 Clock Mgmt: 10 Discipline: 10 Youth Mgmt: 10 CFBHC Career: UNLV Rebels (2021-2022), Western Michigan Broncos (2022-Present)
  24. Base starting skills Offense: 11 Defense: 11 Special Teams: 9 Clock Mgmt: 9 Discipline: 10 Youth Mgmt: 12 CFBHC Career: Utah State (2020-2021), Oklahoma State Cowboys (2021-Present) Breakdown: (Off/Def/ST/Clock/Disc./Youth) 2020 Adjustments: +1/+1/-1/-1/0/+2 Traits after 2020: 11/11/9/9/10/12 2021 Adjustments: +1/+1/-1/0/-1/+2 Traits after 2020: 12/12/8/9/9/14
  25. noodlz2

    [2022] PAC-12 Superlatives: Week 11

    Really hoping that Zach McFadden makes his touches worth it Saturday night, it’s going to be a great matchup!
  26. Friday Night Kansas State (2-6) at Texas (4-4) (-11) One way or another, a losing streak is going to end in Austin on Friday night. Whose losing streak it will be? That's anybody's guess. The fact that this is not an open-and-shut case is a bit surprising: not only is Texas 5-0 all-time against Kansas State (albeit with two or three close calls), but they started this season 4-0 and were ranked in the coaches' poll. They slid from the ranks of the undefeated with a respectable loss to TCU, then followed it up with a loss to Florida--but their last two losses have been blowouts to the Oklahoma schools in which the Longhorns did not reach the endzone. Playing against a Kansas State defense that gives up more points than any Big XII team other than Iowa State might be the antidote for their offensive woes. On the other hand, maybe playing a Texas offense that scores fewer points than any Big XII team not name Iowa State will be just what Kansas State needs to snap their 5-game losing streak that has overlapped with all of conference play. Both coaches have promised major adjustments, recognizing the significance of this game: Kansas State would miss a bowl game for the sixth straight year with a loss, and Texas would be on the brink of their first bowl miss. So what do we expect to see? For one thing, we expect to see the teams' respective passing games change focus. Kansas State really wants to get redshirt freshman Jermaine Jordan involved. Seeing that he has 549 yards and 2 touchdowns primarily out of the slot, it's not hard to see why. Look to see him take snaps at split end, where he'll have to contend with star cornerback Devon Braxton. Braxton may have the size advantage, but Jordan is quick and elusive. If he can find his way into open space before Tristan Priest, Zion Gaines, and Thomas Sanders collapse the backfield then there are yards available. But putting Jordan into matchups with Braxton does pose a risk: Braxton has 5 interceptions and 4 passes defended this season, and he's the only defensive back with one of either. (Linebacker Samir Sneed has 1 interception and 2 passes defended, and that's it for the whole team.) Will Jhonny Palacios have a better shot at a big game with Braxton more likely to be on Jordan's side of the field? We'll see. Texas is also doing a wide receiver shuffle-up, but a more exotic one: tight end Francesco Sewell is moving to flanker. He has a 6-4, 198-pound frame and ranks third on the team in receiving yards with 282 (and 1 touchdown). The Longhorns are going to leave Shaun Lyles (team-high 29 catches for 338 yards, 2 TD) at split end, and Da'Quan Crockett will man the slot. Crockett will need to overcome a sophomore's case of freshman-hands to succeed there: he has three drops and a retained fumble in addition to his 308 yards and 1 touchdown. A receiver reset might reboot Kyler Tackett, who is in the midst of a career-worst year with a 62.0% completion percentage, 6 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions after being benched the first two games. I would argue that they need Simeon Wells to be back online and that Kansas State has had a habit of rehabilitating struggling opposing runningbacks--except that Wells has been over 100 yards on at least 5.1 yards per carry each of the last two games in which Texas did not score a touchdown. Wells needs to have better ball security, but he's been fine. It really, truly is up to Kyler Tackett to show some improvement if Texas's offense is to get back into form over the final four games. Over the course of this game, though, he just has to be good enough to let Braxton and the defense carry him. I don't expect this to be a fireworks show; both teams are going to have to work for their yards and their points. But I expect things to come just a little bit easier for Texas, and I expect the Longhorns to survive. Texas 24, Kansas State 19
  27. rabidsnowman

    [2022] Week #12 - TNF

    It wasn't pretty but it was a win. At this point we'll take every win we can get.
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