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    [2019] AP revamps roster for All-Pro Team

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press has revamped the roster for its All-Pro team, beginning this season. In an effort to more accurately reflect the way teams deploy their players, the AP and its panel of 50 sports writers and broadcasters who regularly cover the NFL have made adjustments on offense, defense and special teams. On offense, linemen will now be voted for by specific position: left tackle, left guard, etc. There will be only one running back on the All-Pro team, but we are adding a flex player (running back, fullback, tight end or wide receiver, voter's choice). The flex player is designed to recognize the frequency of three receiver sets or the use of two tight ends. On defense, the AP is adding a defensive back (DB) designation for the secondary. This is to recognize the importance of the slot cornerback in today's defenses. The DB can be a safety or a cornerback; the idea is to reward defensive backs who cover slot receivers. We also are changing the listing of positions on the front seven to two edge rushers (basically 4-3 defensive ends and 3-4 outside linebackers), two interior defensive linemen (basically 3-4 DEs, nose tackles and 4-3 defensive tackles), and three linebackers. On special teams, a punt returner and a special teams player (non-returners) have been added to kickoff returner, placekicker and punter.
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    1. Please list your email address and/or your reddit username at which you can be contacted. 2. Before continuing, please thoroughly read the coaching course and feel free to ask questions. Confirm that you have read the coaching course by writing "Confirmed" below. Confirmed 3. What team do you want to coach? Bowling Green 4. Please select two backup teams (in descending order of preference) in case your first choice is unavailable. Any 5. In three or more sentences, tell us a little about yourself. How old are you, what do you do, where are you from, why would you be a good fit here, etc. 29 year old from canada. Plumber/pipe fitter. I'd be a good fit because I enjoy sport manager game and want to build a good program 6. This site can be as time consuming as you want it to be. Weekly duties can be completed in 30 minutes or less, however interacting with your fellow players throughout the week makes it more enjoyable for most people. Approximately, how much free time do you have during a typical week? 6 hours week 7. Losing games is an inevitable reality on this site, especially when accepting newer teams. Do you believe you can handle losing? Disappointment is expected, however we have had issues with people freaking out, and even leaving the site because of losing. I understand that it will take seasons to build up a good program . Losing won't chase me off I'm looking for a good college football manager game. 8. How did you find out about this site? If recommended by a friend, please post his/her username. I've been reading some forums with ppl sick of pigskinempire After applying for a position, that conference's commissioner will send you one or two easy questions to verify that you have read the coaching course and possess a basic knowledge to how the game works. Once you've completed all these steps, you will be approved to join CFBHC!
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    Seattle Seahawks Owner TuscanSota takes the podium to make an announcement, I am here to make a few announcements. First, is that we will not be making the post season. While we've suffered a few losses during the tenure of the season, we were not able to correct the mistakes we made and finish through with a playoff spot. We'll be working rigorously to be able to make a run next season and return to the playoffs. Second, is that I would like to discuss the organization's current situation regarding our current head coach, Sophos. I've learned recently that there are a few issues regarding his behavior within the community, mainly in the shoutbox. Unfortunately, I was not present on that specific day to witness these events, so I can't say myself what exactly entailed. I only received this information secondhand either through PMs or through the shoutbox. To state now, the Seattle Seahawks doesn't tolerate this behavior and it disappoints me that Sophos would act in such a manner. While he is a long-time member in this community, it is known that he can get out of hand and leave a negative impact on others. I'll acknowledge that I enjoy working with Sophos and that he indeed contributed positively within our organization. I understand there are others with much different experiences from my own, and that I must take this into account as well. While Sophos a contributed greatly as a member of the Seattle Seahawks, he was also expected to positively represent our organization in the community. While I normally would wait until the two-week mark before announcing the opening of a position, I've received differing statements that Sophos is either muted or banned. Because I don't know the exact details regarding his punishment, I'll be making the following announcement: I will be assuming Sophos' current position as the Seattle Seahawks Head Coach as interim, and moving Sophos to an assistant coaching position for the time being. Since Sophos was last active on December 5th, 2016, I'm going to give him until December 19th to reach out to the rest of the organization so we may discuss this incident internally. Thirdly, I'd also like to announce that I will be relieving my duties as manager of Paris St. Germain and as manager of the Costa Rica National Futbol Team in SHC. I've neglected these duties and remained relatively inactive in managing these teams. If anyone is interested in taking the mantle for either team, please send me (or Soluna?) a PM. I will now open the press conference to any questions.
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    Hall of Infamy

    For your enjoyment. Banned jrosgood - Accused me of not allowing him access to the sim and accused forum members of being little kids ("even my middle schoolers treat me better than you" winmachine - Drunken rampage, KRUSHed it for 2 hours on the shoutbox CleanBreak - Got bored, tried to go out with an explosion... was contained early by Sophos mpost - Troll, general asshat and retard. Aarontdodson - "Then fucking ban me" Phillyfan3 - "technically this is discrimination" JorGod - I don't even know... Chat Complaints (by User) ChicagoTed1 (17) Sophos (13) Taborfan20 (10) Soluna (8) rabidsnowman (8) HaiThere (7) CadeRich5 (7) Rome (6) Polar (6) Dean_Craig_Pelton (5) SlinkyJr (5) trey_chaffin (5) DangerZoneh (5) taffyowner (3) joshglick (3) - All "josh pls" neovenator250 (3) constapatedape (3) Kah32 (2) LDYo (2) Weis (2) NPFDC (1) bingo415 (1) Franz Kafka (1) alienufo (1) Anna_Banana (-1) Chat Complaints (by Type) Other sports/ leaving members out of the conversation (27) Personal Info/ Women/ Girls/ Relationships (13) Distracting Soluna (12) Being a cunt/asshole/bitch/mean to me (8) Whining about whining (5) Alcohol/Marijuana/Cigarette complaints (2) Best Quotes "he's a cunt" "ban him until his tight asshole loosens" "KRUSH" "he wot m8" "if I hear about Jada one more time I'm going to run my head through the wall" "i will piss on him if I ever encounter his annoying ass... please don't tell them I said that" "FUCK" "his team page looks like a whale took a dump on a dead cat" "I'd punt him off the site like I'd punt a football... straight into a wall" "His ass must be jealous of all the shit that comes out of his mouth" "_____ is the human representation of comic sans, soft, round and totally useless." "Soluna you should know that his IQ doesn't even make for a decent Earthquake." "I don't want legal advice from someone who can't even start a fake college football season properly. He'd lose a case even if the law book was propped open to the right page... make him stop" "he makes me sad but he looks like he just needs a hug" "I'd just like to point out how friendly she is... must be all those bananas."
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    [2019] MAC Week 14 Preview

    Last week's pick record: 3-1 Reaction gif: Pick record to date: 13-17 Welcome back for another week of hot #MACtion! Along with this week’s silent partner Desmond Mason, I’m Bruce Baguen. We’re really looking forward to this week’s slate of games as quite a few teams still harbor bowl aspirations. But before we dive into that, let’s have a moment of silence as we observe our sacred opening ceremony. #MACtion Jenny? Ball State (1-9 overall, 1-4 conf.) at Eastern Michigan (3-6, 2-3) Last Week: Did You Know? Eastern Michigan’s student body is larger than the population of Ypsilanti. Did You Know? Ball State, um, Ball State, uh… is still in Muncie, Indiana. (Both teams on BYE) On offense, Eastern Michigan is who they are; a ball control team that throws bowling balls at a defense to force the safeties and LBs to creep up, then toss a play-action pass. Sometimes it works (see: NIU), sometimes it doesn't (see: CMU). QB Giovanni Shaw flashes the ability to take over a game but he won't likely put it together for another year, so ball control and play-action it is. Ball State will be relying heavily on their stud defensive tackles Isamaeli Afamasaga and Rashaad Malcolm to control FB-turned-RB/bowling ball Mohammed Lackey and keeping reads simple for their linebacker corps. HOT RUMOR: After their win over Bowling Green, Austin Laws told their bench, "I JUST WHUPPED YOUR ASS." (No, he really didn't.) But no one could have faulted him for doing so after he got that 800-lb gorilla off of Ball State's back in a most emphatic way (26 carries for 170 yards, 2 TD). He's been excellent all year for the Cardinals and deserves more recognition than what he's gotten. Now if only Marquis Causey could get the ball to Chan Pease more often, Ball State would really have a stew going. FS Zachary Dumas is looking to spoil said stew and keep the Cardinal offense one-dimensional, even if it is a very good dimension. Prediction: 20-13 Ball State Ball State is better than their record and has many close-fought battles on their resume this year. This may be little more than a hunch, but we get the feeling that coach lrickar is finally getting his team in shape. A Ball State squad playing to potential can take down a middling Eagles squad that hasn’t figured out how to get back to the form they displayed when beating NIU. Northern Illinois (3-7, 1-5) at Colorado State (3-6) : non-conference Last Week: Northern Illinois misplaced their offensive prowess, failing to score a touchdown against Western Michigan (L 6-19), while the Conroy Convoy was badly upstaged by Tom Stacy and the New Mexico Lobos. (L 23-27) The Huskies’ back seven will have to be on point for this game – they will be seriously tested this week. RS Jr Devin Conroy has thrown for over 3000 yards and 24 TDs this season and is easily the best QB they will face this year. Unfortunately for the Rams Conroy is the entire offense, their running game is virtually an afterthought. A one-dimensional offense is relatively easy to gameplan for, but planning does not always guarantee execution. On defense the Rams have a good collection of pieces led by their imposing safeties Damani Crump-Jackson and Mohamed Latham, but for some reason they haven’t really been clicking on this side of the ball. Maybe it’s due to scheme (their CBs specialize in zone but the safeties are best in man?), and maybe it’s that their front seven still use the old playstyle tags on the depth chart. NIU will need the Charlie Sanford they got against CMU (16 of 25 for 200 yards, 2/0 TD/INT) and not the one they got against WMU (15 of 23 for 150 yards, 0/3 TD/INT), because the cornerbacks can be had. Prediction: 35-21 Colorado State We suspect that the Rams stout front four can hold the point of attack against the Husky run game and leave the linebackers to collect the tackles against Daniel Hutchins, allowing the safeties to sit back and roam centerfield. Sanford will likely have a day closer to the Western game than Central and that won’t get it done against the Conroy Convoy. Akron (3-6, 2-3) at Miami (OH) (2-8, 2-3) Last Week: Plans for a friendly get-together of tea and crumpets were sadly scuttled when both teams realized they’d have to drive through Columbus to meet. (Both teams on BYE) The FLAMETHROWER ZACK CERA keeps chucking, but the lack of balance is really starting to show. Despite good numbers over his last three games (combined 77 of 131 for 835 yards, 7/4 TD/INT) the Redhawks have gone 0-3. A big part of that is the failure to get Damien Mays on track; his highest amount of rushing yards during this span is 80. Heck, he hasn't rushed for over 90 yards in a game this season! For all his talent, Cera is still learning to read defenses and learning not to believe his arm can get any pass anywhere. Against a strong Akron defensive line featuring DT Marlon Bailey and DE Gabriel Beauchamp, he will be looking to his hot reads often. T.J. Zamora has quietly improved his game over the last two weeks, but when Nathaniel Ruff is shut down Zamora is limited in what he can accomplish. (Welcome to the plight of the common MAC QB) A pedestrian WR corps doesn't help, but Miami's defense isn't very imposing - they've given up 32.0 ppg over their last three games. This isn't a weakness to a specific gameplan either - during that stretch they gave up 34 to both the passing attack of Southern Miss and MAMADOU SMASH of Buffalo. Prediction: 28-24 Akron We expect Nathaniel Ruff will break the century mark again and unlock Zamora to be an effective dual threat. The FLAMETHROWER ZACK CERA will get his but the Redhawks defense doesn't seem like it can hold up their end of the bargain. Iowa (4-6) at Central Michigan (5-5, 4-2) : non-conference Last Week: Iowa put up a huge fight vs. #5 Wisconsin, losing the game on a pick-six with less than five minutes to go (L 17-24), while Central SHOCKED THE (MAC) WORLD by beating #20 Toledo on a last-second field goal. (W 24-21) “To this very day, they say if you listen carefully, that you can still hear ImposterCauster singing love ballads to Walt Sutherland.” The uneven legend of Walt Sutherland and the Chips rolls on, but Justin Brunson continues to be an unsung hero for Central Michigan with another clutch 120-yard performance. Can they do it again? They come up against a solid Hawkeye defense that boasts 4-stars virtually across the board, the outside linebackers being the only exceptions. The Chips offense may consider targeting them with the option game and intermediate crossing routes but RS Fr CB Benjamin Parris (23 tackles, 3 INT) will be looking for any errant passes. Iowa’s offense is imposing. Led by potential top 10 draft pick LT Taylor Randolph no one on the Hawkeyes O-line has a rating under 4, and they have potential everywhere at the skill positions. A’Shawn Ellison and Graham Lankford can hold their own against Iowa, but coach llamas will have to gameplan the absolute crap out of this one to compensate for a decided talent disadvantage. Prediction: 27-21 Iowa If Iowa isn’t the best 4-win team in the nation, they’re really close to it. Their record is result of 1) playing in the B1G, and 2) going coachless for several weeks. We don’t know if Iowa’s new coach has placed his stamp on the team yet (i.e. Is he on the interface yet?), but it’s going to take a Coach of the Year effort for Central Michigan to pull off another upset and reach a bowl game. Ohio (5-4, 3-1) at Kent State (4-6, 3-2) Last Week: Ohio overcame an ugly game from Stephen Peters to shake off Bowling Green (W 21-13), while Kent State couldn’t keep the winning streak alive and was MAMADOU SMASH’D by Buffalo. (L 7-17) Raise your hand if you had this pegged as a crucial game for control of the MAC East a month ago. Now put it down because clearly you are a delusional and obvious liar, yet here we are. The Bobcats currently have the longest winning streak in the conference, taking four in a row, and are currently in the division lead - but that’s because the Golden Flashes fell a half game behind due to last week’s loss. Kent State has the added motivation of needing to win out to attain bowl eligibility, while Ohio’s magic number to clinch the division falls to one with a win. Kent State’s offense never got going last week. Once Buffalo’s Patrick Garber completed the trifecta of a strip-sack, fumble recovery, and touchdown on the same play it somehow felt like a hole the Flashes could not climb out of, even when Harrison Mullin scored in the 4th to make it a one possession game. Their recent win streak was propelled by an efficient passing game; John Garland did enough to make defenses honest and not have them focus solely on Mullin. But the early deficit against the Bulls forced Kent State to have Garland to throw more; he instead became a target his O-line (4.3 rating) couldn’t protect. The Bobcats hope they can replicate the effort, or at least tie up enough blockers to let Calvin Blue do his work. The Kent State defense will look to contain Owen. Freaking. WALTON and have Stephen Peters prove last week was an aberration. The problem is that Kent State doesn’t have the players that Bowling Green did, and Peters should be more comfortable in the pocket this week. We don’t expect 250 yards and 2 TDs, but nothing close to that ugliness that is 13 of 26 for 120 yards, 0/3 TD/INT. Prediction: 24-14 Ohio The Bobcats have the deadlier player in Owen. Freaking. WALTON and they have an active coach. Coach beeznik moves one step closer to capturing a division title in his first year. BYES: Bowling Green, Buffalo, Toledo, Western Michigan For Desmond Mason and #MACtion Jenny, this is Bruce Baguen. On behalf of the MAC Network (“If it’s not MAC, it’s Wack!”), see you next time!
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    OOTP BaP 2 Updates

    THIS FILE DIED. SCROLL DOWN FOR THE REDO. Update #1: 2016 Draft Results Only BaPs included in this list. Round 1, Pick 1: Philadelphia Phillies select 1B Pelican Johnson. They can't agree on a deal and he will come back next draft. Round 1, Pick 2: Cincinnati Reds select 1B Jurassic Conquest. He signs for $6,930,000. Round 1, Pick 3: Atlanta Braves select 1B Precambrian Conquest. He signs for $4,530,000. Round 1, Pick 4: Colorado Rockies select Oddjob. He signs for $6,600,000. Round 1, Pick 5: Milwaukee Brewers select 1B Alphonso Ribiero. He signs for $7,920,000. Round 1, Pick 6: Oakland Athletics select C John Baguen. He signs for $5,500,000. Round 1, Pick 7: Miami Marlins select 1B Carlton Banks. He signs for $8,800,000. Round 1, Pick 8: San Diego Padres select 1B Curtis Howard. They can't agree on a deal and he will come back next draft. Round 1, Pick 9: Detroit Tigers select RF Timothy McNeigh. He signs for $6,660,000. Round 1, Pick 10: Chicago White Sox RF Mekhi Bolden. They can't agree on a deal and he will come back next draft. Round 1, Pick 11: Seattle Mariners select 1B Justin Luck. He signs for $5,440,000. Round 1, Pick 12: Boston Red Sox select 3B Pug Jackson. He signs for $5,060,000. Round 1, Pick 13: Tampa Bay Rays select 3B Jumbo Gravy. He signs for $3,740,000. Round 1, Pick 14: Cleveland Indians select RF Daniel Guerrero. He signs for $4,400,000. Round 1, Pick 16: Los Angeles Angels select 1B Sean Hamilton. He signs for $3,130,000. Round 1, Pick 17: Houston Astros select CF Scooter Washington. They can't agree on a deal and he will come back next draft. Round 1, Pick 19: Texans Rangers select SS Kenny Battle. He signs for $3,520,000. Round 1, Pick 25: San Diego Padres select 2B Søren Kierkegaard. He signs for $2,420,000. Round 1, Pick 28: Baltimore Orioles select SP Xmus Jaxon Flaxon-Waxon. He signs for $2,200,000. Round 2, Pick 47: Oakland Athletics select SP Anton Valko. They can't agree on a deal and he will come back next draft. Round 2, Pick 54: Baltimore Orioles select SP John Campbell. He signs for $1,740,000. Round 4, Pick 137: San Francisco Giants select SP Yuri Radolov. He signs for $790,000. Round 4, Pick 142: New York Mets select SP Albert Camus. He signs for $410,000. Round 5, Pick 177: St. Louis Cardinals select SP Bruce Baguen. They can't agree on a deal and he will come back next draft. Round 8, Pick 261: New York Mets select SP Joel Hawley. They can't agree on a deal and he will come back next draft.
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    [2016] CFBHC Bowl Pick'em

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uCrNzcOxCmFyU2XDQ-0oSckX9siZTGXRyvaMicgFM2I/edit?usp=s Leaders as of 12/30: ImposterCauster 21-12 believer 20-13 constapatedape 20-13 Quasar 20-13 Npklemm 19-14 grv413 19-14 paperllamasunited 18-15 UBL 18-15 The Dickcopters 18-15 thatfunk 17-16 FlutieFlakes 17-16 stormstopper 17-16 time 17-16 JonTron 16-17 TuscanSota 15-18 Jumbo 14-19 Bubada 14-19 Weeze56m 13-20
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    [S1E05] Heisman

    --- Terrence Rodgers Sr. // RB // #14 Mississippi State (8-2) Week 13 vs Auburn // 25 for 127 yards, 3 TD Week 12 vs BYE Week 11 vs Florida // 24 for 140 yards, 0 TD; 2 receptions for 31 yards, 1 TD Week 10 vs #8 LSU // 26 for 140 yards, 1 TD Week 9 vs Army // 24 for 120 yards, 1 TD Week 8 vs Arkansas // 26 for 160 yards, 2 TD Week 7 vs #20 Air Force // 26 for 150 yards, 2 TD Week 6 vs Virginia Tech // 23 for 129 yards, 1 TD Week 5 vs BYE Week 4 vs Texas A&M // 25 for 124 yards, 1 TD Week 3 vs BYE Week 2 vs Oklahoma State // 24 for 138 yards, 1 TD Week 1 vs #2 Florida State // 22 for 118 yards, 2 TD --- 2019 Season // 245 for 1346 yards, 14 TD; 2 receptions for 31 yards, 1 TD Terrence Rodgers had just one year to make his impact after transferring from junior college and sitting behind Will Fuller. And yet, in that one year his performance has elevated him to the status of best runningback in school history, in the words of his own coach. Whereas Sean Bell shined for his explosiveness, Rodgers stands out for his extreme consistency. He's been at or above 5 yards per carry in every game but one, at or above 120 yards per game in every game but one, and he's found his way into the endzone rushing or receiving every game but none. It would be a disservice to say he's been having solid games every week--it's more accurate to say he's been an elite rusher in literally every game the Bulldogs have played this year. Rodgers has been the engine driving the Misssissippi State offense, playing the role of workhouse and guaranteeing his team something to work on. The Bulldogs meanwhile continue to creep up the rankings, crawling up to #14 in the coaches' poll and the playoff committee rankings with an 8-2 record. With a Heisman candidate on both sides of the ball, don't be surprised to see Mississippi State make some last-minute noise. --- Tanner Bowman Jr. // QB // #1 Penn State (10-0) Week 13 vs Rutgers // 22 of 29 for 295 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT Week 12 vs Indiana // 21 of 31 for 221 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT Week 11 vs Michigan State // 22 of 35 for 230 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT Week 10 vs UTSA // 27 of 35 for 390 yards, 5 TD, 0 INT Week 9 vs BYE Week 8 vs Maryland // 19 of 35 for 206 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT Week 7 vs BYE Week 6 vs Pittsburgh // 16 of 31 for 181 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT Week 5 vs Georgia // 19 of 30 for 270 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT Week 4 vs Arizona State // 21 of 29 for 306 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT Week 3 vs BYE Week 2 vs Ohio State // 24 of 38 for 377 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT Week 1 vs North Texas // 23 of 33 for 309 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT --- 2019 Season // 214 of 326 (65.6%) for 2785 yards, 19 TD, 3 INT (154.8 rating) The Heisman argument often comes down to the question of whether to honor a player having an outstanding individual season or the best player on the best team. Tanner Bowman asks, why not both? The Happy Valley junior has been lighting it up for the undefeated and top-ranked Nittany Lions, bringing back fond memories of 2015 Heisman winner Todd Jennings. He has the requisite stats, comparable to Graham Burnett with fewer interceptions. He's been held without a touchdown just twice all year, never been picked off more than once in a game, and he's always been able to rebound from any mistakes he's made. What Bowman has that others don't, though, is the signature games. Three times this season, he's stood up and made it clear that he wasn't about to let his team lose. He threw for 377 yards in what would prove to be a pivotal early-season division matchup against Ohio State. He made Elijah Moffett look ordinary in a blowout of Rutgers last week. And his biggest moment of the season came in Charlotte on a 31-yard lob to Ricky Vega as time expired to lift Penn State to a 17-16 win over Georgia to preserve an undefeated start that continues to this day. --- Aaron Blakely Sr. // FS // #5 Wisconsin (9-1) Week 13 vs Iowa // 1 INT, 3 Tackles, 1 TD Week 12 vs Illinois // No Stats Week 11 vs BYE Week 10 vs Purdue // No Stats Week 9 vs Northwestern // 1 INT, 1 Tackle Week 8 vs Nebraska // 1 INT, 5 Tackles Week 7 vs Boston College // 7 Tackles Week 6 vs BYE Week 5 vs Michigan State // 1 INT, 3 Tackles, 1 TD Week 4 vs Florida Atlantic // 1 INT, 7 Tackles, 1 TD Week 3 vs BYE Week 2 vs Ball State // 2 INT, 4 Tackles Week 1 vs Louisville // 1 INT, 6 Tackles --- 2019 Season // 8 INT, 36 Tackles, 3 TD It takes a special player to make the Heisman watchlist as a free safety. But Aaron Blakely is a very special player. He anchors one of the best defenses in the country, a defense that ranks 8th in the country and second in the Big Ten in scoring defense. Blakely does a little bit of everything: he covers well downfield, he tackles well as a last line of defense, and--of course--he's a ballhawk. He had a four-game interception streak to start the season, he's recorded 8 total picks for the season, and he's run three of those back for touchdowns. He makes the leap onto the watchlist this week for two reasons. First is his body of work: that 8th pick is enough to tie him for the single-season record for interceptions by a free safety. Second is the Heisman moment: in a deadlocked game on a rainy day on the road in Iowa, with less than five minutes to play, Blakely intercepted Mikeal Black and returned it for the decisive score to win the game. He didn't do the Heisman pose, but I suppose we can forgive him for that as long as he continues to be the best free safety in the game. -- Luke Trickett So. // QB // #6 USC (8-1) Week 13 vs BYE Week 12 vs Auburn // 22 of 44 for 239 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT // 6 for 3 yards, 0 TD Week 11 vs Arizona // 23 of 38 for 303 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT // 5 for 31 yards, 1 TD Week 10 vs BYE Week 9 vs Notre Dame // 25 of 37 for 309 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT // 6 for 70 yards, 1 TD Week 8 vs Oregon // 24 of 36 for 288 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT // 8 for 57 yards, 1 TD Week 7 vs BYE Week 6 vs Colorado // 25 of 31 for 380 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT // 4 for 38 yards, 0 TD Week 5 vs Oregon State // 26 of 36 for 395 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT // 7 for 39 yards, 0 TD Week 4 vs Ohio State // 23 of 39 for 280 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT // 7 for 52 yards, 0 TD Week 3 vs BYE Week 2 vs San Jose Sate // 27 of 37 for 343 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT // 4 for 12 yards, 0 TD Week 1 vs Maryland // 23 of 39 for 277 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT // 4 for 12 yards, 0 TD --- 2019 Season // 218 of 337 (64.7%) for 2814 yards, 19 TD, 4 INT // 51 for 314 yards, 3 TD It's tricky to stop this guy (to stop this guy) who throws on time, Luke Trickett! Run DMC references aside, the sophomore scrambler has been one of the biggest reasons that USC's still very much in playoff contention despite their week 12 blowout loss to Auburn. Don't let the scrambler tag trick you into thinking Trickett can't throw: he's averaging 312 yards per game on nearly 65% passing and didn't commit a turnover until week 11. He comes with a bit of a warning label, in that he's committed two per game since then. But zooming out, his entire body of work for the season is competitive with any of the other Heisman candidates out there. Trickett's accounted for 300 yards or more in 7 out of 9 games, and he's accounted for 3 touchdowns or more in 6 out of 9. He put together two of his best games of the season when it mattered most: 345 total yards and 3 touchdowns on 66.7% passing and 7.1 yards per carry in a blowout of now-#9 Oregon, as well as 418 total yards and 3 touchdown (all passing) on 80.6% passing and 9.5 yards per carry in a Week 6 blowout of a Colorado team that's lost one game since then. The precocious sophomore has the keys to an offense that's scoring 30.6 points per game--and USC fans would be happy to keep it that way through 2021. --- Trending Raheem Robinson // WR // Oklahoma State: Up Marquise Reed // WR/CB // Clemson: Up Sean Bell // RB // Baylor: Up Trevon Yeldon // RB // Oregon: Up Terrence Rodgers // RB // Mississippi State: Up Tanner Bowman // QB // Penn State: Up Aaron Blakely // FS // Wisconsin: Up Tyler Jones // DE // Mississippi State: Steady Akeel Morris // ILB // Nevada: Steady Graham Burnett // QB // Oklahoma: Steady Benjamin Schuler // QB // Florida State: Down Luke Trickett // QB // USC: Down Tyler Jones Sr. // DE // #14 Mississippi State (8-2) Week 13 vs Auburn // No Stats Week 12 vs BYE Week 11 vs Florida // 1.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles Week 10 vs #8 LSU // 1.5 Sacks, 5 Tackles Week 9 vs Army // No Stats Week 8 vs Arkansas // 1 Sack, 6 Tackles Week 7 vs #20 Air Force // 1.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles Week 6 vs Virginia Tech // No Stats Week 5 vs BYE Week 4 vs Texas A&M // 0.5 Sacks, 6 Tackles Week 3 vs BYE Week 2 vs Oklahoma State // No Stats Week 1 vs #2 Florida State // 1 Sack, 4 Tackles --- 2019 Season // 6 Sacks, 29 Tackles Sean Bell Sr. // RB // #15 Baylor (9-1) Week 13 vs BYE Week 12 vs TCU // 24 for 144 yards, 3 TD Week 11 vs West Virginia // 24 for 180 yards, 2 TD Week 10 vs Kansas // 21 for 160 yards, 2 TD Week 9 vs Kansas State // 21 for 106 yards, 2 TD Week 8 vs Oklahoma State // 23 for 149 yards, 2 TD Week 7 vs UCLA // 22 for 108 yards, 1 TD Week 6 vs BYE Week 5 vs Central Michigan // 23 for 96 yards, 1 TD Week 4 vs Arkansas // 26 for 159 yards, 3 TD Week 3 vs Auburn // 23 for 109 yards, 1 TD Week 2 vs BYE Week 1 vs Florida // 21 for 93 yards, 1 TD --- 2019 Season // 228 for 1304 yards, 18 TD Akeel Morris Jr. // ILB // #7 Nevada (10-0) Week 13 vs San Jose State // 9 Tackles Week 12 vs Boise State // 5 Tackles Week 11 vs SDSU // 8 Tackles Week 10 vs BYE Week 9 vs Utah State // No Stats Week 8 vs #22 Virginia Tech // 1 INT, 1 Sack, 4 Tackles Week 7 vs Hawai'i // 4 Tackles Week 6 vs Miami (OH) // 8 Tackles Week 5 vs BYE Week 4 vs Oregon State // 9 Tackles Week 3 vs BYE Week 2 vs UCLA // 1 INT, 8 Tackles Week 1 vs Virginia // 5 Tackles --- 2019 Season // 2 INT, 1 Sack, 60 Tackles Marquise Reed Jr. // WR/CB // #2 Clemson (10-0) Week 13 vs UTSA // 8 for 150 yards, 1 TD Week 12 vs Louisville // 2 for 23 yards, 0 TD Week 11 vs Wake Forest // 5 for 43 yards, 0 TD // 1 INT, 4 Tackles Week 10 vs #13 Boston College // 6 for 91 yards, 0 TD // 1 INT, 2 Tackles Week 9 vs BYE Week 8 vs Syracuse // 7 for 124 yards, 1 TD Week 7 vs BYE Week 6 vs NC State // 4 for 53 yards, 0 TD Week 5 vs BYE Week 4 vs TCU // 6 for 93 yards, 1 TD Week 3 vs Pittsburgh // 4 for 55 yards, 0 TD Week 2 vs #18 Auburn // No Stats Week 1 vs BYU // 3 for 27 yards, 0 TD // 1 INT, 2 Tackles --- 2019 Season // 45 for 659 yards, 3 TD // 3 INT, 8 Tackles Raheem Robinson Sr. // WR // Oklahoma State (6-4) Week 13 vs Kansas // 5 for 110 yards, 1 TD Week 12 vs Kansas State // 6 for 84 yards, 0 TD Week 11 vs BYE Week 10 vs TCU // 8 for 109 yards, 2 TD Week 9 vs BYE Week 8 vs #12 Baylor // 10 for 113 yards, 1 TD Week 7 vs Texas // 3 for 48 yards, 0 TD Week 6 vs BYE Week 5 vs Texas Tech // 11 for 160 yards, 2 TD Week 4 vs Western Kentucky // 11 for 169 yards, 2 TD Week 3 vs Ball State // 10 for 124 yards, 2 TD Week 2 vs #23 Mississippi State // 9 for 120 yards, 0 TD Week 1 vs Marshall // 15 for 127 yards, 1 TD --- 2019 Season // 88 for 1164 yards, 11 TD Graham Burnett Jr. // QB // #4 Oklahoma (9-0) Week 13 vs BYE Week 12 vs Iowa State // 19-26 (73.1%) for 233 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT (158.35 Passer Rating) Week 11 vs Texas Tech // 17-22 (77.2%) for 230 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT (195.1 Passer Rating) Week 10 vs BYE Week 9 vs #24 Kansas // 18-30 (60.0%) for 220 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT (143.6 Passer Rating) Week 8 vs Texas // 19-25 (76.0%) for 240 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT (175.0 Passer Rating) Week 7 vs West Virginia // 17-30 (56.7%) for 237 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT (138.4 Passer Rating) Week 6 vs #24 Michigan State // 16-30 (53.3%) for 169 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT (111.7 Passer Rating) Week 5 vs BYE Week 4 vs Iowa // 20-30 (66.7%) for 291 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT (163.5 Passer Rating) Week 3 vs Buffalo // 24-33 (72.7%) for 389 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT (211.8 Passer Rating) Week 2 vs BYE Week 1 vs #24 Pittsburgh // 18-30 (60.0%) for 233 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT (151.6 Passer Rating) --- 2019 Season // 168-256 (65.6%) for 2242 yards, 20 TD, 6 INT (160.3 Passer Rating) Benjamin Schuler Jr. // QB // #15 Florida State (8-2) Week 13 vs BYE Week 12 vs Boston College // 15-28 (53.6%) for 201 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT (118.51 Passer Rating) Week 11 vs Syracuse // 22-29 (75.8%) for 350 yards, 4 TD, 1 INT (215.9 Passer Rating) Week 10 vs Wake Forest // 21-33 (63.6%) for 289 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT (157.2 Passer Rating) Week 9 vs Georgia State // 17-24 (70.8%) for 204 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT (156.0 Passer Rating) Week 8 vs Ohio State // 18-28 (64.3%) for 207 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT (161.7 Passer Rating) Week 7 vs Louisville // 23-40 (57.5%) for 350 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT (142.5 Passer Rating) Week 6 vs BYE Week 5 vs Duke // 20-25 (80.0%) for 340 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT (247.0 Passer Rating) Week 4 vs BYE Week 3 vs NC State // 18-25 (72.0%) for 243 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT (180.0 Passer Rating) Week 2 vs Army // 17-23 (73.9%) for 290 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT (237.2 Passer Rating) Week 1 vs #20 Mississippi State // 17-27 (62.9%) for 210 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT (140.5 Passer Rating) --- 2019 Season // 188-282 (68.1%) for 2684 yards, 24 TD, 3 INT (172.6 Passer Rating) Trevon Yeldon Fr. // RB // #9 Oregon (9-1) Week 13 vs Stanford // 26 for 138 yards, 3 TD Week 12 vs BYE Week 11 vs UCLA // 23 for 137 yards, 2 TD Week 10 vs BYE Week 9 vs #25 California // 24 for 130 yards, 1 TD Week 8 vs #3 USC // 16 for 87 yards, 0 TD Week 7 vs Washington // 24 for 141 yards, 2 TD Week 6 vs BYE Week 5 vs North Carolina // 26 for 148 yards, 2 TD Week 4 vs Temple // 20 for 99 yards, 1 TD Week 3 vs Iowa State // 16 for 69 yards, 1 TD Week 2 vs Texas // 17 for 89 yards, 1 TD Week 1 vs Vanderbilt // 20 for 148 yards, 4 TD --- 2019 Season // 212 for 1186 yards, 17 TD
  9. 1 point

    [2019] Week #14 - TNF

    Holy shit im on a winstreak of 2.
  10. 1 point

    [2019] MAC Week 14 Preview

    Still got that bowl game in sight, booooyyyyy!
  11. 1 point

    [2019] Week #14 - TNF

    Conroy actually played well for once.
  12. 1 point

    [2019] Week #14 - TNF

    Dude relax
  13. 1 point

    [2019] Week #14 - TNF

    Soluna opened up a can of whoop ass in the 4th quarter
  14. 1 point

    [2019] Week #14 - TNF

    Csu's Keenan and Abbrederis are missing receiving td's.
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