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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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    Akiem Williams III, affectionally known as AW3 has captured the hearts and minds of football fans in Clemson, SC, Dallas, TX, and everywhere in-between. The junior college star quarterback will be making his final decision any day now, with Clemson and SMU as his two finalists. We spoke to national recruiting analysts and experts to breakdown his game and predict where the nation's top junior college player will sign. Frankie Thornton, 247sports.com When I look at Akiem Williams, I see an instant impact type player. He's got all the intangibles in the world and will immediately be atop the depth chart at whichever school he attends. His biggest strength by far is his size. He's every bit of 6'3" 235 lbs and is a terror for defensive players to bring down. When he gets into the open field, he doesn't shy away from contact and uses his linebacker frame to punish opposing defenders. He might not have track speed, but with his skillset he certainly doesn't need it. PREDICTION: SMU John Blever, Rivals.com Williams is elite - there's no other way to put it. He's big enough, strong enough, and has all the tools to be an NFLHC quarterback someday. A lot of folks talk about his ability to extend plays with his legs, but I think his arm strength doesn't get talked about enough. He's got a Howitzer attached to his right shoulder and he's not afraid to use it. Does that mean he sometimes tries to fit throws into tight spaces? Sure, but more often than not, he's right on the money. He'll bring an immediate boost to whichever roster he picks and already has NFLHC scouts salivating. PREDICTION: Clemson SCHOOL COMPARISON (all ratings before progressions and * denotes a signee) Biggest competition: QB Frederick Snyder 6-4 227 Fr Grady (Atlanta GA) 3.0 of 4.0 [Hybrid] - QB Marcus Burden 6-5 229 Fr Van Alstyne (Van Alstyne TX) 1.0 of 5.0 [Hybrid] - ADVANTAGE: NEITHER Best weapons WR Andrew Harrison 6-0 230 (Fr) Orangeburg-Wilkinson (Orangeburg SC) 2.0 of 5.0 [Target] WR Theo Chamberlain 6-5 213 Fr Hoggard (Wilmington NC) 3.0 of 5.0 [Target]* WR Sawyer Vogel 6-5 233 Fr Tucker (Tucker GA) 1.0 of 4.5 [Target] - WR Gabriel Munson 6-1 204 Jr Arkansas Baptist (Little Rock AR) 4.0 of 4.5 [Target]* WR Aidan Blount 5-10 178 (So) Bonham (Bonham, TX) 3.0 of 4.5 [Speed] WR Devin Samuel 6-1 220 Fr Willowridge (Sugar Land TX) 1.0 of 5.0 [Target] RB Josiah Brock 5-6 193 (Fr) White Knoll (Lexington SC) 2.0 of 4.5 [Speed] - RB Stephen Cunningham 5-11 194 (Fr) Henrietta (Henrietta TX) 2.5 of 5.0 [Power] TE Kisona Vailopa 6-3 239 Fr Meigs County (Decatur TN) 3.0 of 5.0 [Blocking] - TE Timothy Jennings 6-0 242 (Fr) Iraan (Iraan TX) 2.0 of 5.0 [Blocking] - ADVANTAGE: Offensive line OT Matt Maynard 6-6 314 Fr Cook (Adel GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Philip Bowden 6-7 272 Fr Loganville (Loganville GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] C Byron Alexander 6-3 299 Fr Rock Hill (Rock Hill SC) 3.0 of 4.5 [Run Blocking] OG Philip Bowden 6-7 272 Fr Loganville (Loganville GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] OT Ivan Schultz 6-7 303 (Fr) Crescent (Iva SC) 2.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] - OT Terrell McRae 6-4 276 (Jr) Quinton (Quinton, OK) 4.5 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] OG Derek Quintana 6-4 338 Fr Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 3.0 of 4.5 [Run Blocking] C Martin Rush 6-1 255 Fr Longview (Longview TX) 3.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Jeremiah Berman 6-1 263 (Jr) Joaquin (Joaquin, TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] OT Jonathan Lang 6-3 322 Fr Robert E. Lee (Midland TX) 1.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] - ADVANTAGE: Distance: - 871 miles (Clemson, SC -> Hutchinson, KS) - 367 miles (Dallas, TX -> Hutchinson, KS) - ADVANTAGE: Williams says his decision could come "any day now" Stay tuned.
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    Thoughts on New Anthem Rule

    I hate the idolatry of the flag... I get that it is a symbol for what America stands for, but saying we disrespect the flag is a crock of shit. If you want to say they're disrespecting some ideas of America, fine we can have a discussion ( youre wrong because a peaceful protest is about as American as it gets). This new anthem rule just does the "do this somewhere more 'convenient', aka where I don't have to see it and think about my own shortcomings as a race because I like my privilege and I don't want anyone to impede on that"
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    Last Week Recap Last week Eastern Michigan closed out their non-conference schedule with an emphatic win over Old Dominion. As expected, this was not a particularly close game as ODU couldn’t get anything going on the ground and gave up two turnovers while EMU rolled offensively. On the downside, K Simon Hand missed his first field goal of the season from 47 yards out ending an impressive 19/19 streak he had going. Moving onto this week, it’s rivalry week in Ypsilanti! Central Michigan is coming to town on Friday night with both schools riding a 5-game winning streak, but only one will leave with 6. A win here would mean a bowl berth for EMU, something unthinkable back when they started the season 0-5. For CMU, a win would keep their division title dreams alive with only one game left against WMU. With a surprising victory over Toledo recently, CMU has shown that it can hang with more talented teams which bodes ill for the Eagles. However, they do have losses to UTSA and Ball State; teams with very similar talent to EMU so there is hope. Let’s take a look at how that might come about. CMU Offense vs. EMU Defense For Central Michigan, RS FR QB Byron Suggs has been performing quite well thus far this season, near the top of the conference in productivity. He also has been showing his wheels, with 350 yards on the ground he is nearly the team’s leading rusher (although this may speak more to RB Makai Carr’s mediocrity). The overall impression of their offense is very similar to EMU in almost every way interestingly. Where they pull slightly ahead is with their OL chemistry. While EMU is near the bottom of the conference in OL ratings, CMU is close to the top, which may be one reason they rank first in the MAC with a +11 in turnover margin in part due to having only 6 giveaways. Defensively, EMU has been slowly improving although still ranking near the bottom of the MAC in most categories. However, with run defense as their Achilles heel, they may be better prepared to stop CMU than a more run-heavy offense. They may have some success blitzing on the right side of the offensive line where two sophomores line up, but other than that, EMU will have to rely on shutting down the long ball and aggressively pursuing Suggs, hoping that he panics and has an uncharacteristic turnover. EMU Offense vs. CMU Defense Defensively, CMU is fairly well balanced and quite stout as one of the top-3 units in the conference. In particular, CB Sebastian Simpson has 6 INTs on the season leading the conference. This is the other part of their +11 turnover margin. They manage to both protect the ball on offense and ball-hunt on defense. In many cases turnover margin (especially fumbles) is due to luck and teams that rely on them tend to regress to the mean. In this case however, it is clear there are talented players and a helpful scheme contributing. QB Shaw is going to have to be very careful with how he attacks this defense and not sink his team with careless play. Offensively, EMU may need to rely on quick passing plays to march down the field. The DE’s for CMU are adept at containing scrambling QB’s and at this point expecting RB Morton to carry the load is a bit foolish. Against fairly average LB’s though, there may be some success to be had if they can be targeted with the side benefit of avoiding the ball-hawking secondary. Overall, the most important thing is to protect the football and try to get to 3rd and manageable distances and rely on Shaw’s hot streak to carry them. Special Teams Nothing very exciting here for either team. Both returning units have a punt return touchdown which has been rare this season so they are quite capable. The punters have almost identical averages. Again, EMU’s kicker is now 20-21 on the season compared to 13-19 for CMU so the Eagles would love for this to turn into a kicking matchup. Overall Both teams are coming into this rivalry hot with 5-game winning streaks. EMU is aiming to get back to a bowl game for the first time in several years while CMU is looking to stay in contention for the division title. While CMU has had a much better season overall, they have been benefiting from good field position and a ton of turnovers. If EMU gets lucky and has a few bounces go their way they could steal this one. However, I’m inclined to believe that is a little unlikely and CMU is the school that gets the 6-game win streak. Final prediction: CMU over EMU 24-17
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    [2018] Stanley Cup Final

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    Thoughts on New Anthem Rule

    I said I wasn't going to devolve into debating the merits of Castro, but I'll briefly delve into why Kaep may have chosen Castro as a symbol. First I'll say that nearly all of the human rights abuses thrown at Cuba since the revolution completely ignore any historical or social context, namely the fact that Cuba has been in imperial crosshairs for its entire existence. None of this is to excuse the flaws or abuses of Castro. But perhaps what you don't understand is that before the revolution, Cuba was run by Batista - a US backed dictator who enforced a feudal caste system in the country. Most of the means of production was actually foreign owned by the US or controlled by a few wealthy landowners. And of course inequality and poverty were astronomical. Now Cuba has a world class healthcare system, and its people do not want for food or shelter in spite of the sabotage of the world's largest imperial power. Castro also played a significant role in bringing about the end of apartheid in South Africa. In America, Kaep is protesting against police brutality and the general oppression of Blacks. Indeed, our vast carceral state acts as a caste system which disproportionately impacts people of color. Castro, Che, and Malcom X, especially outside of the world's greatest settler-colonial state, are universally seen as symbols of liberation, specifically black and brown liberation. Among the most marginalized and among scholars that emerge from the margins that do not represent hegemonic US interests, the legacy of Castro as a liberator and the Cuban Revolution's ability to change material conditions for millions of people is not really debated. So from that standpoint, it is not exactly controversial or surprising that Kaep would choose these symbols for his cause. And indeed, it seems that everything Kaepernick has done has almost universally upset the ruling class, not the people he is protesting on behalf of. Besides, my point was: these criticisms of Kaep represent convenient scapegoats for people who already disagree with what he is doing. People would be upset even if he had not displayed these symbols. To me, the only irony I see is that the event of the national anthem in the NFL is explicitly a propagandistic display to support the Department of Defense. I know John McCain and Jeff Flake are two of the most radical socialist senators in the country, but I think their report is relatively objective. https://www.mccain.senate.gov/public/_cache/files/12de6dcb-d8d8-4a58-8795-562297f948c1/tackling-paid-patriotism-oversight-report.pdf The DoD spends millions of dollars each year on displays of patriotism at pro sporting games. The purpose is PR and recruitment. Considering Iraq alone represents a greater sum total of human rights abuses than Malcom X, Che, or Fidel could ever dream of, why is Kaep so stupid for repping these figures, when his protests of the United States is far, far more significant?
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    [2021] SSC: Week 13

    Here's your CFBHC stat leaders after week 13! Please remember that I am only reporting on players whose stats are updated on their conferences stat sheets, so if you think your player deserves a mention here, update your sheet! Stats Leaders Passing Yards Elijah McManus - 3583 yards Tucker Dowden - 3487 yards Eric McLean - 3457 yards Passing Touchdowns Eric McLean - 39 TDs Elijah McManus - 36 TDs Steven Gore -32 TDs Rushing Yards Ethan Newby - 1622 yards Evan Grant - 1586 yards Solomon McLaughlin - 1542 yards Rushing Touchdowns Evan Grant - 24 TDs Ethan Newby - 22 TDs Joseph Saunders - 22 TDs Receiving Yards Deontray Clay - 1191 yards Tevin Lattimore - 1100 yards Jay Arreola - 1037 yards Receiving Touchdowns Artavius Hopkins - 13 TDs Gavin Faulk - 13 TDs Tevin Lattimore - 13 TDs Notable Tidbits Kent State isn't winless anymore! The Golden Flashes upset the Ohio Bobcats behind the efforts of their quarterback Nicholas Garland. Garland managed to complete 16 of his 22 pass attempts for 199 yards and two touchdowns, while adding another 32 yards on the ground. Speaking of teams getting their first wins on the season, the New Mexico State Aggies got theirs on the ground! Aggies running back Shane Walker gained 116 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries, as New Mexico State upset Artavius Hopkins and Arkansas State. Running back Solomon McLaughlin straight up dominated in Texas Tech's game against the West Virginia Mountaineers. The Red Raiders fed McLaughlin 31 carries, and he certainly delivered gaining 185 yards and 3 TDs. While we here at SSC tend to point out individual performances in this space, the heroic efforts of Rice's receivers deserve some mention. While Rice quarterback Eric McLean went wild over UTEP, it was directly on the backs of his receivers. Rice tight end Abraham Kent, as well as wideouts Deontray Clay, and Jamir Irving each had over 100 yards receiving. The three receivers also combined for 5 touchdowns. Another spectacular rushing performance came this week from Auburn's Sean Meade. Meade straight up destroyed Georgia's defense on only 23 carries. Meade managed to gain 178 yards and 3 TDs, firmly decimating Georgia's hopes at an SEC East title. Matchup of the Week WR Gabe Barrientos vs CB Ahmed Holman With Michigan's undefeated season on the line this week, all eyes went to how Penn State CB Ahmed Holman would do against Michigan's leading receiver Gabe Barrientos. Barrientos: 3 receptions for 41 yards and 1 TD Holman: 1 tackle, 1 interception, and 1 PD Verdict: Ahmed Holman Even against the undefeated Michigan Wolverines, Holman had a great game. The Penn State corner back held Barrientos to 3 receptions, while picking off a pass from quarterback Gabe Cooper and notching up a PD. Outside of his touchdown catch, Barrientos was pretty much neutralized against the Nittany Lion's number one corner.
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    Thoughts on New Anthem Rule

    This isn't a new thing, either. Conservatives' playbook has always been to use "America" like a shield to deflect any issues that progressives push on them. Segregation, suffrage, welfare, Social Security, etc...these were all un-American, Communist, etc... If you need a better example, look at how the public view of Vietnam-era protests were re-branded by conservatives and the media into anti-soldier instead of anti-war, Protesters weren't anti-soldier, for the most part, but any who expressed that viewpoint, especially the loudest, were made to represent the whole. Similarly, conservative media takes the worst from BLM, Occupy, and other protest groups and use them as a "straw man" to represent the entire group and re-brand the protest as anti-cop instead of anti-racism. Anti-soldier or anti-flag instead of anti-violence. Anti-gun instead of anti-school shooting.
  8. 2 points

    Thoughts on New Anthem Rule

    It has the NFLPA. So no.
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    [2021] Week #14 - TNF

    USF (4-6) at Cincinnati (4-6)* East Carolina (5-5) at Texas State (5-5) Tulane (1-9) at Houston (3-7)* Miami (FL) (5-5) at California (1-9) Texas (5-5) at West Virginia (1-9)* Nebraska (4-6) at Wisconsin (6-4)* Southern Miss (6-3) at UAB (4-6)* Bowling Green (6-4) at Northern Illinois (3-6)* Western Michigan (8-2) at Arkansas (3-7) UNLV (0-10) at San Jose State (0-10)*
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    [2018] Stanley Cup Final

    Vegas Golden Knights vs Washington Capitals (all start times 8 p.m. ET) Monday, May 28, 8pm: Capitals @ Golden Knights | NBC Wednesday, May 30, 8pm: Capitals @ Golden Knights | NBCSN Saturday, June 2, 8pm: Golden Knights @ Capitals | NBCSN Monday, June 4, 8pm: Golden Knights @ Capitals | NBC *Thursday, June 7, 8pm: Capitals @ Golden Knights | NBC *Sunday, June 10, 8pm: Golden Knights @ Capitals | NBC *Wednesday, June 13, 8pm: Capitals @ Golden Knights | NBC Tuesday, June 5 up to Thursday, June 14, Midnight: shitty baseball season for 30 teams and fanbases, or super after party for one fan base * - if necessary Knights are 2-0 against Caps this year. I'll keep updating this thread with neat shit throughout the series. Ovi pls.
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    Roast Me (CFBHC Edition)

    Mario is a downright shitty avatar.
  12. 1 point

    [2018] Stanley Cup Final

    Storybook season, lets get a storybook ending. Lets go Vegas!!! FLEURY CARRY US TO VICTORY YOU AMAZING GOALIE
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    [2018] Stanley Cup Final

    I'm honestly shocked, I don't think anyone expected Vegas to get this far. Rooting for them to go all the way, enjoying it while I can untill the next potental expansion draft where they change everything to make sure this doesn;t happen again.
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    [2018] Stanley Cup Final

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    Thoughts on New Anthem Rule

    Let's also not forget the misinformation probably spread by the NFL about Kap. Like how he wants too much money or doesn't want to be a backup. And for the whole Castro thing. Castro was a bad person. Like terrible. Same with other prominent socialists like Stalin and Mao. But we also can't criticize people killing under the flag of communism and ignore the killings under the flag of capitalism. We do fly overs over stadiums with Jets that are used to kill innocents in other countries we can't name. Again, Castro is a terrible person but if you get hope from American killers and recognize what they mean to you (freedom etc.) Also think about why Kap would have worn Fidel Castro stuff. I don't agree with him wearing it (mostly because it distracted from the point that was already being bastardized), but Fidel Castro and socialism in general has been seen as a viable alternative to capitalism by black people which has led to the rape and enslavement entire continents and people. To so quickly antagonize @TheTodd15 for defending socialism and the blood on it's hands (which again is a lot) while not looking towards the palms of capitalists who have even more blood on their hands is not only ignorant but irresponsible. It's like criticizing school shooters when you are a serial killer. Again I think Kap wearing Fidel Castro stuff is bad. But even Castro represented an idea that isn't too far off from what our Founding Fathers represented. And our Founding Fathers enslaved people, raped their slaves (Thomas Jefferson) enslaved their own kids (also Thomas Jefferson), performed ethnic cleansing of an entire continent (Andrew Jackson and other presidents) stole Hawaii from their native people (American capitalists), allowed for terrorism against blacks and allies (govts all across America), murdered other revolutionaries (American govt) flooded our streets with drugs (Reagan) systematically destroyed black communities through a war on drugs (Reagan and Clinton) abused children in sweatshops overseas (American capitalists) allowed for the poisoning of cities (govt of Flint and of the state of Michigan) murdered protesters in the US (Kent State, actions against Civil Rights people) enslaved American citizens on the west coast (FDR) dropped a WMD on civilians (Truman and also in Vietnam) and that's just in the US. We could also talk about European capitalists colonizing Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. But they were capitalists so their human rights abuses were ok tho. Trust me. I'm a student of capitalism.
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    [2021] SSC: Week 13

    I'm excited for Solomon to hit the league in a couple seasons. Could he be the best rb prospect in a long time?
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    Thoughts on New Anthem Rule

    I'm not going to hijack this thread with a debate on the merits of Fidel and Che. But calling Kaep an idiot because of support of this people smacks of ignorance. If you actually spent time studying beyond Wikipedia level summaries of the Cuban revolution, Kaeps invocation of Malcolm X, Che, and Fidel makes a lot of sense in terms of the struggles for his cause. In any case, simply displaying these figures who are already widely popularized on t-shirts and posters should not discredit his actions and cause. They are just convenient scapegoats for people predisposed against what he is advocating for.
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    Hello everyone, and welcome to another (belated, for which we apologize) episode of AggieVision! As our inaugural season winds to a close, the future becomes of the utmost importance. Positions of need must be remedied, graduating seniors must have their successors found, and the stars of the future need to begin their path to excellence. With that said, it is time to introduce the future of New Mexico State football! Offense Roberto Medina 6-6 209 Fr Santa Teresa (Santa Teresa NM) 1.5 of 4.5 [Receiving] TE Terrence Simms 6-5 208 Fr Ganado (Ganado AZ) 3.0 of 3.0 [Receiving] C Wesley Clausen 6-4 266 Fr Mesquite (Gilbert AZ) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Max Qualls 6-2 333 Fr Joaquin (Joaquin TX) 2.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] WR August Coates 6-0 200 Fr South Grand Prarie (TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Target] WR Raymond Paige 6-4 192 Fr New Deal (New Deal TX) 1.5 of 3.0 [Speed] QB Isaac Eddy 6-3 214 Fr Pasadena (Pasadena TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Hybrid] OT Mateo Fritz 6-3 325 Fr Prestonwood Christian Academy (TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] WR Jesse Coyle 6-3 180 Fr South Grand Prarie (TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Speed] WR Myles Lowery 6-3 196 Fr Robert E. Lee (Midland TX) 2.5 of 3.0 [Target] RB Lawrence Newton 6-1 219 Fr Shiner (Shiner TX) 2.0 of 2.5 [Power] RB Byron Graham 5-10 170 Fr Pampa (Pampa TX) 2.5 of 2.5 [Speed] C Kenny Rosas 6-3 278 Jr Trinity Valley Community College (Athens TX) 4.0 of 4.5 [Run Blocking] OG Jeffrey Stroud 6-7 258 Fr North Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [Pass Blocking] Defense CB John Howard 5-9 191 Fr Cooper (Cooper TX) 1.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] ILB Jamel Eason 6-3 237 Fr East Fork Lutheran (Whiteriver AZ) 1.0 of 3.5 [Mike] DT Bucky London 6-3 276 Fr Faith Christian (Grapevine TX) 2.0 of 3.0 [1-Gap] DT Ronan Comer 6-0 298 Fr North Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [2-Gap] SS Shiloh Tillman 6-0 200 Fr Marble Falls (Marble Falls TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] DE Nigel Minor 6-5 258 Fr Faith Christian (Grapevine TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] DE Brian Colbert 6-6 241 Fr Kashmere (Houston TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] CB Naiquon Samuels 5-10 170 Fr Shiner (Shiner TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] FS Bill Vest 6-1 223 Fr Northland Christian (Houston TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] OLB Brady Kenney 5-11 239 Fr Groveton (Groveton TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] Special Teams P Walt Faulkner 6-3 177 Fr New Deal (New Deal TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Accuracy] Redshirts QB Gregorio Huynh 6-1 207 Fr Capital (Santa Fe, NM) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pocket] FB Matthew Mcgrath 5-11 214 Fr C.M. Russell (Great Falls, MT) 1.0 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] WR William Jackson 6-2 186 Fr Laguna-Acoma (New Laguna, NM) 1.0 of 1.5 [Target] OT Harry Davis 6-8 291 Fr Bloomfield (Bloomfield, NM) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Benjamin Smith 6-4 254 Fr Carlsbad (Carlsbad, NM) 1.0 of 1.5 [Pass Blocking] OLB Samuel Pritchard 5-11 223 Fr West Las Vegas (Las Vegas, NM) 1.0 of 4.5 [Coverage] DE Arlon Medlin 6-1 249 Fr Socorro (Socorro, NM) 1.0 of 2.5 [Blitz] ILB Matthew Johnson 5-11 214 Fr Palo Verde (Las Vegas, NV) 1.0 of 3.5 [Mike] That concludes our recap of this year's newest recruits! We here at AggieVision hope you enjoyed the article and look forward to seeing you soon!
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    Thank you for your application to the Conference of Champions! I'll be in touch via PM. Since Arizona is a relatively recent opening, the position needs to stay open one more day before approving an application.
  20. 1 point

    Roast Me (CFBHC Edition)

    losing the conference championship game should be called pulling a bingo.
  21. 1 point

    Roast Me (CFBHC Edition)

    At least he hasn't slowly quickly dismantled the best program in CFBHC history into a team that's 1 gave over .500
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    AAC News

    AAC Week 10 POTW

    AAC Week 10 POTW Better late than never Offensive Player of the Week Navy QB Isaiah Best 6-4 199 (So) Port St. Lucie (Lucie, FL) 3.5 of 4.0 [Scrambling] 21/32, 275 yards, 2 TDs; 5 rushes for 45 yards 1 rushing TD Defensive Player of the Week Temple ILB Jordan Stallings 6-0 239 (So) Wahama (Mason, WV) 4.0 of 4.5 [Will] 7 tackles, 1 PD, 1 INT Special Teams Co-Player of the Week SMU FS Evan McRae 6-1 201 (Fr) Northland Christian (Houston TX) 2.0 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] 122 punt return yards, 1 TD Temple PR Landon Garner 5-9 177 (So) Indian River Community College (Fort Pierce FL) 4.0 of 4.5 [Hybrid] 94 punt return yards, 1 TD
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    [2021] Week #13 - 4 PM

    Hard to be upset with an injury-free road victory. GG 9ers.
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    [2021] Week #12 - 4 PM

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    Music thread again

    Was my summer 2017 anthem. Until I find something better, may just be again for 2018. For you Vulfpeck fans For you funk/fusion fans
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