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  1. 15 points

    Who commits where?

    What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the CFBHC School of Crooting, and I've been involved in numerous seasons on CFBHC, and I have over 300 signed croots. I am trained in tactical crooting and I'm the top recruiter in the entire Mountain West Conference. You are nothing to me but just another coach. I will out-croot the fuck out of you with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this website, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of coaches across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your crooting class. You're fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can out-bid you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in crooting, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the visits and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the interface, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking dead, kiddo.
  2. 9 points
    The wait is over, and the season is here today! The nation's most exciting conference wastes no time in bringing two of the best matchups of the marquee week 0. The Friday night undercard is the first conference game of the year nationwide as Texas looks to start their new era on the right foot against a Kansas team that is competing with them for sleeper status. But the opener might be the Game of the Year before the year's even had a chance to begin, as 2nd-ranked TCU meets top-ranked Auburn in New Orleans in the very first game of the entire season. Let's talk about the games. Thursday Night CFBHC Kickoff Game: #1 Auburn (0-0) vs. #2 TCU (0-0) (+5.5) (Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA) How many bigger games have there ever been to start a season? These two playoff semifinalists enter the season as the two primary national title favorites, meaning all eyes will be on New Orleans as they meet. If you're an NFL scout, you're watching this game. If you're on either team's schedule, you're watching this game. If you just enjoy college football, you're watching this game. But what are you looking for? The most obvious answer's going to be Heisman contender Marcus Black--but before I get to him, I want to talk about both of these teams' defenses. Auburn ranked 5th in the country in allowing under 16.1 points per game last season, and TCU was 8th with 17.2 allowed per game. Despite that, it's TCU fans who are more excited about their defense coming into the season while Auburn fans salivate over the offense. The Tiger defense doesn't have much of a talent dropoff compared to TCU, but they sure are younger. Five of Auburn's starters in the front seven alone are freshmen or sophomores, including the whole linebacker corps. Obviously you won't find a ton of freshman linebackers more talented than Brett Combs, who some close to the program say could get drafted into the NFL today if he were allowed. True freshman outside linebacker and pass rusher Francesco Tidwell also figures to be exciting, and gap-eating defensive tackle Jason Siegel partnered with true freshman defensive end Myles Wallace and an ever-dangerous Thomas Handy (who had 10.5 sacks last year) make for an intimidating defensive line. The youth up front removes one of TCU's biggest offensive concerns from the ledger: the Horned Frogs have a pair of freshmen starting on the offensive line and not much depth across the unit, so that makes for a youth-on-youth matchup. Auburn also has a young pair of safeties, with redshirt sophomore Daniel Joiner joining true freshman Jackson Smith back deep. Expect TCU to see what they can get downfield against a secondary that no longer features Kenyon Justice or early declaree Eddie Burks. Felix Luck threw for school records of 4,155 yards and 31 touchdowns last season, and the trio of Finn Nielsen, speedster Griffin McHanna, and tight end Miguel Aguilera now have an extra year of experience under their belt. Add in redshirt freshman slot receiver F.T. Grady and the Frogs' offense can spread the field and attack the Auburn defense horizontally or vertically so long as the blocking holds up. There are three main question marks, all of which are tied together. First, can Luck become a more efficient passer? He set volume records and won games, and there's nothing wrong with that--but a completion percentage better than 59.7% and a passer rating greater than 127.5 would go a long way toward taking this offense from #41 in scoring to championship-level. That said, his efficiency numbers were down in part because he threw 633 times, which calls for the question of whether TCU will attempt to balance things out more--and that immediately brings up a third question of whether Martin Gifford can be the reliable tailback that the Horned Frogs haven't had since Bradley Cooley. The redshirt junior from West Texas will get his shot; if after a few games he can't establish himself, look for redshirt freshman Matteo Cates to get his shot. I would expect the Horned Frogs to find purchase against the Tiger defense. But if they don't, then that vaunted defense can still keep them in the game as long as they can find some way to slow down an Auburn offense led by Heisman co-favorite Marcus Black. Easy enough, right? In the regular season last year, Black completed 71.2% of his passes for 3,425 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions. What TCU may key in on, though, is the fact that he showed a clear focus on his top two guys. Jariel Martinez caught 64 passes for 1084 yards and 9 touchdowns; Kelvin Andrade added 58 receptions for 846 yards and 10 scores. The pair accounted for 47% of the team's receptions, 56% of its yards, and over 70% of its receiving touchdowns--in other words, they saw heavy usage and still exceeded expectations per catch. The Horned Frogs aren't worried about matching up one-on-one with them, because they have elite corners like Roman Blackmon and William Cooper. Their safeties aren't the strong point of the defense, but it's hard to imagine an easier situation for Ian Worley and Anthony Easter to walk into. One difference between the task TCU's defense faces and the task Auburn's defense faces is the sheer range of expected options. Auburn is more able to afford to bet that TCU will try to throw it, because if they lose due to TCU's run game then they picked the correct poison. TCU, however, can reasonably expect to have to defend the pass, the handoff, the quarterback keeper, the option--all of it's on the table. Marcus Black's elite, his receivers are elite, his offensive line is elite (and experienced, featuring four senior starters to go with a redshirt freshman left tackle), and his backfield partner Sean Meade is elite. Meade ran for 1490 yards and 18 touchdowns on 5.8 yards per carry, averaged 124.2 yards per game despite sharing a backfield with Marcus Black, and showed breakaway speed with touchdown runs as long as 75 yards. If you're TCU's defense, confronting the offensive line and making plays in the backfield is beyond crucial. There are a lot of Horned Frogs capable of doing that; they had 28 rushing tackles for loss last year. Returning defensive linemen Aidan Morrell, Aidan McAlister, and Kwon Shaw combined for 10, and you can expect defensive tackle Jasiah Pickens to pick up some of the slack. Senior linebackers Elliot McElmore and Chance Herring combined for 6 last year, and rising sophomore Richard Farrell co-led the team with 6. Will that be enough to stop Black and Meade? Probably not. Will it be enough to slow them down? Maybe. Will it be enough to win? My gut says yes. Give me the more experienced Frogs in a shootout. #2 TCU 38, #1 Auburn 31 Friday Night Texas (0-0) at Kansas (0-0)* (-7.5) The first conference game of the year goes to the nation's most exciting conference, as an under-new-management Texas heads up to Lawrence to try to break a two-game losing streak to the Jayhawks. The Longhorns begin the first full season of the constapatedape era with a quarterback change, as junior Lucas Beckwith took over the starting spot from senior Kyler Tackett--who will undoubtedly push his younger counterpart in practice to win the job back. The Longhorns are hoping that Beckwith's superiority on his feet will be an advantage as well as a distraction from the threat of Simeon Wells running up the middle. The three-year starting tailback had the best season of his career last year, cruising to 1594 yards and 15 touchdowns on nearly 5.5 yards per carry. The Longhorns return an experienced line with two junior starters (headlined by left tackle Bobby Drake) and two senior starters. And boy, are they going to need it against a talented Jayhawk defensive line. Defensive ends Noah Urlacher and Jamari Callahan and defensive tackle Albert Duke combined for 20.0 sacks, 9 rushing tackles for loss, and 3 fumbles forced last season. Two of those sacks, two of those tackles for loss, and Callahan's fumble forced and recovered came in the Texas game. If Texas can control the line of scrimmage, they shouldn't have trouble working through the soft middle of Kansas's defense and moving the ball downfield a few small pieces at a time. If not, though, then negative plays and turnovers are a risk. But the same's true for Kansas's offense against a strong Texas defensive front. Tristan Priest had 8.5 sacks and 4 rushing tackles for loss by himself last year; defensive tackle Jamal Robinson added another sack-and-a-half and 5 tackles for loss. Add a healthy Zion Gaines to the mix and a young Jayhawk line (four starters are sophomores or younger) is going to have its hands full. The offense is going to mostly be on Christian Graham's shoulders, because the receivers can't really expect to win one-on-one battles with the Texas corners (especially not Devon Braxton) and runningback Andre Black is almost completely unproven. He'll at least have a pair of safety valves in tight ends Jaime Bautista and Samuel Hardy, though--Bautista last year was one of just three Big XII tight ends to ever record over 900 receiving yards and at least 10 touchdown receptions in a single season, joining Steven Maloney in 2018 and Hastin Rider in 2020. Texas's linebackers are a question mark just like Kansas's; they moved inside linebacker Samir Sneed to the outside for coverage purposes. Both of these teams have a lot of question marks, some self-inflicted and others not--bu both have potential, and the winner's going to earn immediate dark horse status in the conference race. I think both will struggle to score in this one (and both will play top-notch defense), but I'll take Kansas to come out on top and eke out a home win. Kansas 17, Texas 13
  3. 8 points

    [2022]AAC Positional Grades(EAST)

    AAC Positional Grades East Version! With the Kickoff of the 2022 season less than 24 hours away, It is time we take a look at each of the 12 schools and see what they are bringing to the table this season! In this article we will be looking at the 6 teams who are specifically in the Eastern division, Cincinnati, Uconn, ECU, UCF, USF and Temple. *Note about Grades given. Each position was given a grade between A and F. 5/5=A, 4.5/4.5=B+, 4/4=B, etc. If you started a 3.0/4.0 you will notice that doesn't fit the easy mold. In these cases, people were more often than not given the next grade up based on skill. 3=C, so C+. There were a few that fit the mold even less. For some of those odd balls ones(such as a 2.0/5.0) basically just graded them with the eye test. Everything was based off of skill/potential. No stats were looked up. Don't like that? Do it yourself then. The Chicago Tribune Projection: Cincinnati (4.2-7.8 overall, 2.9-5.1 AAC) Cincinnati will be the first team we start off with. The Bearcats have long been a bottom dweller in the AAC, and more honestly the NCAA. However, things began to change under Former Coach, and Current Auburn coach, Rome. He began to bring in talent and find ways to succeed with a team that just wasn't very good. They have a long way to go, and according to the projections, they aren't expected to do much this season either. However, if you look at the team over all, they aren't behind the curve like they use to be. With good coaching, and a little luck, they may actually be able to make a little bit of noise in the conference this season. Might be a little foolish to say they are going to be contenders, but they won't be the push over everyone is use to them being. They are the only team in the Conference to receive an A for their kicker, In fact the only team in the East to have a kicker rated higher than a C+. They have a good quarterback, behind a decent offensive line, with a few weapons to use. Their defense isn't the best, and it has plenty of holes, but as long as it doesn't collapse, their offense could very well give them the chance to put up a fight this season. The Chicago Tribune Projection: Connecticut (3.1-8.9 overall, 1.8-6.2 AAC) If Cincy is the bottom dwellers, than UCONN might be the scum the bottom dwellers sleep on. They are an enigma to be sure. They have had some talent in the past, they have manage to upset teams, but a lack of coaching, consistent coaching, has really kept them from making any real strides. The huskies are predicted to have the second worst record this season in the AAC behind only Tulane. Given the talent they have currently, they aren't likely to prove the predictor wrong this season. However, it is not all doom and gloom. They have the best Graded players at the WR 1 spot. Honestly that might be the truth for the last two seasons. They also have a QB who can air the ball out if he has the chance. But given the defense, given some of the supporting cast on offense..the huskies are going to be real one dimensional this season, and probably easy to predict. UCONN might have the only A graded receiver, but they are also the only team to have a player grade F at any position. Buckle up Huskies..expect every team to run the air raid on you... The Chicago Tribune Projection: East Carolina (3-9 overall, 2-6 AAC) ECU is one of those teams that have been hard to predict over the last few seasons. Last season they were expected to finish near the bottom of the conference, but managed to claw their way back to finishing second in the east. A few seasons earlier, they started 1-3, but went on a fantastic run and almost had their first double digit season in team history, had it not been for a bazaar upset by Uconn. The team has also been in a rebuild mode since 2020. Aside from a horrific recruiting campaign in 2019, ECU's coach has been able to recruit very well, finishing in the top 30 the last two seasons. His teams grades really are a result of young guys not growing up yet. Especially on the defense side of the ball. Coach Weeze has always manage to finish the season with at least 7 wins. Given his schedule and conference opponents, its going to take some good coaching, and a lot of luck to keep that streak alive. If the defense can play up to their potential in the big moments, they could have a special year with a Freshmen quarterback leading the way. The Chicago Tribune Projection: UCF (9.4-2.6 overall, 6.9-1.1 AAC) The Chicago Tribune has UCF ranked number 1 in the east. If i were a betting man, I might put my chips on another team who shows up later on on this list. That said, UCF is probably one of the most talented teams in the AAC. They could easily fight the top dogs in other conferences. However...they also have a new coach. He is young. But he does have spirit. It will be interesting to see what he can do with this squad. More importantly, how will he recruit in the great battle royal that is Florida. If he can overcome those challenges..he might be able to carry over the legacy and get UCF back on track to become the great dynasty that former head coach UBL was building. The D line at UCF is probably the best graded in the conference, with only South Florida a notch behind them. The future of this team really depends on the coaching. They could be great..or they could fall apart leaving us to wonder what happened. The Chicago Tribune Projection: USF (7.2-4.8 overall, 4.7-3.3 AAC) USF is a team looking to break away from the middle of the pack. They had a good run a couple seasons ago, but like a lot of the AAC took a big step back last season. They need to show they are still the team we expect them to be. They have a lot of young talent. Especially on defense. They were once thought to be the best offense team in the AAC. But a look at this defense..they might have turned into one of the best Defenses. The D-line is probably the second best behind UCF, and arguably have the best secondary in the conference. If USF can get the offense to show up, their defense should be able to overcome any mistakes they might make. The O-line is probably the worst in the AAC..but its young. It could be the very thing that helps make this team..or break it. The Chicago Tribune Projection: Temple (9.3-2.7 overall, 5.8-2.2 AAC) Temple is expected to finish second accord to the Chicago Tribune, but Temple has dominated the East for the most part for the last several years. With UCF having a new coach, and all the troubles that come with having a young new coach, it would not be much of a stretch to expect Temple actually take the top spot in the East again this year. A Young Quarterback, with lots of weapons around him behind a solid line should see the Owls have one of the better offenses in the east. Only UCF might have a better offense in the east. Defensively, the grade well across the board. Their nickel corner spot might be a problem, but I expect they will be working closely with the safeties to help. Their Linebacker unit is solid, and their tackles upfront will be a problem for most of the conference. The line will make or break USF. Quarterback will break or make Temple. Jordan North leaves behind a big hole. Their coach is a hard nose man, with a lot of respect attached to his name. I expect his team has faith in him, and expect him to find a way to win. Something the great coaches do. All in all, it should be a much better year for the AAC East. Many of the teams are still rebuilding, but they are better prepared than what they were last season. UCF has all the talent to be dominate. The big question mark is the Coach. Temple has a lot of talent, and a proven coach who can win. USF though isn't a team that should be ignored. Evans has a great defense and has put together an exciting offense in the past. East Winner: Temple Key Match: UCF @ Temple Dark Horse: USF Last: Uconn
  4. 7 points

    [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits

    SageBow Inc. 2022 5 Star Recruits After thorough scouting of the high school ranks for months, SageBow Inc. is proud to introduce their internal rankings of their 5* Recruits. (Disclaimer, these rankings are my own personal rankings and have nothing to do with how these players will actually do in the sims) 1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851
  5. 4 points

    Who commits where?

    RB Antowain Lawlor 5-10 221 Fr Jemison (Jemison AL) 1.0 of 5.0 [Power] This guy that was just added to the G5 list has UAB written all over him. For those who don't follow C-USA teams, UAB is a great running team and has had the 1st team All C-USA RB in 3 of our 4 seasons with 3 different RBs. 5 star power RB in Alabama with only G5 in mind? Perfect for UAB.
  6. 3 points

    Who commits where?

    SEC coaches dealing with Sun Belt coaches
  7. 2 points

    [2022] Week #0 - TNF

    CFBHC Kickoff Game: Auburn (0-0) vs. TCU (0-0) (Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA) Troy (0-0) at Tulane (0-0) Tennessee (0-0) at Nebraska (0-0)
  8. 2 points
    [2018] Week #6 - Saturday Morning #12 Minnesota (2-1) at Kent State (0-3) FINAL SCORE: Minnesota 49-0 Kent State John Garland, KNT, 26 of 69 for 228 yards, 0 TD, 5 INT The very first game I ever coached. Did some research upon being accepted to Kent State, saw that 2 weeks before, Garland posted this statline John Garland, KNT, 20 of 35 for 292 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT against #9 Purdue. School record in passing yards, and not terrible overall, so I figured, hey, my team doesnt look very good, and Garland looks alright passing, let's run air raid. John Garland was a scrambling QB.
  9. 1 point

    [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits

    Ooh boy you're just gonna roll over and take the fact that he's not even the #1 QB? And barely in the top 25? Wow lack of faith in Mormon Lasercannon Jr.
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    2017: Playing the pass against Chris Bell Playing the run and playing using conservative settings against Charlie Walter Not going after enough 4-4.5 croots 2018: Deciding to play conservatively despite good safeties with the Texans Benching Tommy Jones Deciding to throw it 30 times a game at USF despite a 3.5/3.5 QB and 4.5/4.5 RB in Josh Taylor Not recruting O Line hard enough, thinking I could win with a 3.5 O Line Thinking NFLHC QB combines were the gospel and could tell you everything about a QB 2019: Running spread offense with Vaughan Abraham and a historic O Line Playing aggressively on defense with the 2019 Cowboys team Throwing at linebackers against the Seahawks who had a great ILB whose name escapes me now Not trying pro style offense with my CFBHC team One could say taking the Cowboys HC altogether was a mistake but that's more on serwendel's part since he hired me (and even then my bad coaching allowed us to suck and get Burnett as there is no way we would have been able to afford TRod). Throwing at corners against Kevin McQueen and UCF. 2020: Taking Benjamin Franklin in the 2nd round. 2021: Screwing up defensive gameplan for first half of CFBHC season Not playing the run against Houston Also: Scheduling too many soft OOC games (and may have been why my offense didn't step up down the stretch in 2019-2022). I wanted to slowly work my way up as I got more comfortable with my team on a year by year basis without risking my W-L record as I didn't trust myself in tough games but it. Jumping right into NFLHC coaching without being a scout
  12. 1 point

    [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits

    He's from AR. I was about to flip a tit.
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  14. 1 point

    Who commits where?

    After two straight years of getting shafted on OLB's, I've had enough. Come hell or high water I'm getting me a nice shiny OLB this season.
  15. 1 point

    [2022] Preseason Coaches Poll

    You may have more votes, but I'm gonna win the Electoral College
  16. 1 point

    [2022] Toledo Preview

    Choosing my scheme on offense was my hardest decision on the first game plan and yeah my freshman OLB and QB could defility see the field. kinda testing the waters in week 0.
  17. 1 point

    Who commits where?

    All the Oklahoma croots to OU
  18. 1 point
    Had my second session Sunday (it's off season here so sessions are spaced out). Did some work as a receiver... ran some good routes but couldn't catch much. The ball felt alien to me but it's a lot smaller than a rugby ball and without making excuses it definitely didn't help that I didn't have any gloves on. Also did some coverage work as a linebacker. Felt much more comfortable playing defence, which I expected to be the case. Hoping to pick up where I left off next session.
  19. 1 point

    Who commits where?

    A bunch of people from Texas are coming to Austin
  20. 1 point

    Who commits where?

    Mormon Laser Cannon 2.0 to Utah. That has to happen. Not sure where he is going, but I predict the most-recruited player Week 0 will be Aaron Piper, G5 ATH
  21. 1 point
    Trading back super early before the draft the year of Lester, Devy, and Wegert, thinking Devy would be picked super early and then Devy fell past the spot we originally were gonna pick and he was our number 1 target
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