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It took a drunken decision but it's finally happening. Lads he's coming home.

Sometimes a neutral site is a second chance...?

Raiders look to avenge their regular season loss to the Eagles in what is sure to be a memorable Super Bowl VIII.

Legendary

No words needed.

Packers Head Coach Arrested

Inspiral was arrested late last night for DUI. When asked by police how many he had he responded "we/td]] fite me, soliunA DONT REAT THIS BYE".

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  1. 16 points
    Soluna

    inspiral

    Alright, while I want to keep this going it was already legendary. Apparently I've managed to bamboozle more people than just inspiral today and it kept compounding through the afternoon lmao. I made a fake inspiral account (the last letter is a capital i), modified the date/time of posting and gave him inspirals post and reputation counts. Seems no one ever realized it's not him including inspiral. Sadly inspiral is still at Purdue Gotta say though this is the most hilarious thing I've ever done on here - I checked with like 20 people in the shoutbox this morning whether I should do it, no idea how I tricked like 30 additional people without it spreading so kudos to those who kept their mouth shut lmfao.
  2. 12 points
    deandean1998

    Super Bowl VIII

    Meh
  3. 10 points
    inspiraI

    inspiral

    1. Please list your email address and/or your reddit username at which you can be contacted. inspiral 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? Syracuse 4. Please select two backup teams (in descending order of preference) in case your first choice is unavailable. Jst want to go home 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. Soluna pls dont be angry 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? okay 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 just won 8. How did you find out about this site? If recommended by a friend, please post his/her username. Ive been around forever td;wwh
  4. 10 points
    Members of the original 12th Man Kickoff Team stop a TCU kickoff return COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M head coach sleuthofbears has announced that in the coming 2022 season, he will be reinstituting the 12th Man Kickoff Team, a kickoff coverage team consisting entirely of walk-on players. The team was originally created by head coach Jackie Sherrill in 1983, who came up with the idea for the team towards the end of the 1982 season when he was first introduced to Aggie Bonfire. Seeing students working all day cutting down trees with axes and stacking logs, Sherrill decided that he "could find, out of 40-some-odd thousand students, 11 guys that would cover kickoffs, but have no regard for their body and be tough as nails." After a series of tryouts open to the entire student body, a coverage team of 17 players was formed. The team, which consisted entirely of non-scholarship players, was a remarkable success. Covering every kick at Kyle Field over the next five seasons, the unit led the nation twice in kickoff coverage, and never finished outside the top five. Coach sleuthofbears hopes to replicate this success in the modern era. "Obviously the game has changed too much for me to pull 11 guys straight from the student body, so all of the members will be guys who are already on the team" sleuthofbears said. "However, I think the same principle can still apply. I'm going to put some guys out there who have everything to prove and just turn them loose." Coach sleuthofbears has said that the team, in the spirit of the original, will consist entirely of walk-ons (or former walk-ons who have since been awarded a scholarship for their efforts on the field). He also hopes that the team will get fans excited and increase the already substantial home field advantage the Aggies have at Kyle Field. The inaugural 2022 team will consist of Sean Pugh, Riley Dale, Terrell Newton, Carlos Jack, Marcus Penn, Ryan Broussard, Theodore Crowell, Jon Dobbs, Andrew Henley, and Cayden Porter. "I think it's really cool. All of us are ready to go out there and prove that we're just as good as the guys on scholarship," said Broussard, a senior linebacker from Joaquin, Texas.
  5. 10 points
    Event 1 - Precision Passing: players attempt to tag a small target on a dummy's hand at various distances, players who tag more in a direct matchup with another player advance. In the morning all six quarterbacks will play through the qualifying round where the targets are worth points and only the four highest point totals advanced to the semi finals and final in the afternoon. Event 2 - Best Hands: Darrell Murphy throwing to various wide receivers running various routes of certain length while covered by Matt Cowan (SEA), each catch is worth 1 point. Two players are eliminated, the remaining four will go again in the afternoon with a different quarterback and cornerback in the final. Event 3 - Power Relay Challenge: 4 4-man relay teams run a relay race, have to have one player from each of the following groups: O-Line, D-Line, Linebackers, Secondary Event 4 - 5v5 Classic Dodgeball: 4 5-man teams compete in a classic dodgeball tournaments. The final will happen in the afternoon.
  6. 9 points
    Soluna

    FCS Addition

    With the 2022 CFBHC Season we will be redoing the way FCS works and making the teams available for users. Key points are listed below: FCS is being reduced to 12 teams for the 2022 season from the current amount. This keeps the work for me about equal but makes FCS matter a whole lot more and be way more interesting to users. There may be an expansion in the future, we'll see. I've added 6 "eastern" and 6 "western" teams to make any future split easier. FCS teams will only be able to recruit from the G5 recruiting pool. I will add a small chance of the G5 pool having 4.5 or 5 star recruits which will be added retroactively, but it will be FAR less than the regular pool. Each FCS team has the capability to schedule one FBS team. FCS Information: CAN be ranked in the coaches poll CAN participate in G5 recruiting and JuCo CANNOT be selected for a bowl CANNOT participate in P5/Regular recruiting WILL have their own awards completely independent of the regular awards WILL receive their own section of the site with a dedicate media forum along with a private forum for FCS members The current FCS championship bracket will involve all 12 teams (who have been placed into one "conference" akin to the Big 12) and will work similar to college basketball conference championships. The first four seeds will have a bye while the other eight play in the first round, then it proceeds as an 8 team bracket from there. The FCS will be required to elect a conference commissioner like all other groups. Teams Added: Delaware Blue Hens, New Hampshire Wildcats, Harvard Crimson, James Madison Dukes, Illinois State Redbirds, Youngstown State Penguins, North Dakota State Bison, Eastern Washington Eagles, South Dakota State Jackrabbits, Montana Grizzlies, North Dakota Fighting Hawks, and Northern Iowa Panthers The 2022 FCS Schedule can be found here. Thanks to Rome for helping out. Schedule
  7. 8 points
    Hoover, AL ~ SEC Media Days I would like to announce that I will be taking over commissioner duties and responsibilities for the SEC. I would like to thank @serwendel for his time served before me, and I hope to continue the great traditions that this conference upholds. Thank you to my fellow conference members who have chosen me to represent them. Further, I would like to congratulate Missouri and coach @vtgorilla on their tremendous run last season. Going forward, we look forward to bringing home the CFBHC championship to where it just means more.
  8. 7 points
    alienufo

    Super Bowl VIII

    Big ups to Brian Gary for finally winning the big game on his 3rd try. Same for David Wilson and John McKelvey (though he couldn't play today). Major props to Nick Hall for being so fucking clutch and amazing. Definitely deserved this victory. Props to Mike Tripplett for being the go to guy for Hall for all these years. Props to Temple alums Ricky Lewis, Gregory Jenkins, and Lamont Crawford. You've come a long way to be Superbowl Champs. Props to my sim self Brian Becker for winning the Superbowl and even making a stat sheet in it. Props to Lawyer Johnson for beating Denver in OT when I needed you most. Wouldn't have had a bye without you. Props to Major Morris and Quincy turner for being a great RB duo this season. Props to Alex Martin and Mike Gradishar for being the anchors of my defense. Props to @Broletariat and THE EAGLES for enabling me to get Gradishar to begin with. Without that trade, I don't think either of us would be in this game. Props to Gregg Martin for sticking around on a reasonable contract after Fred Romanowski left. Props to Randall Jones for improving every year and finally winning all pro. Props to David Pennington for being the piece that finally finished my elite secondary. Props to Shah Vereen for finally making my pass rush adequate. Props to @randye4 for letting me trade up to get him. Props to Matt Fisk for finally putting in a good enough kicking year to make this happen (even though you can't seem to him em against the Eagles) And props to everyone else that on the team that contributed. Its been a hell of a ride! and finally thanks to @Soluna for making this all possible!
  9. 7 points
    alienufo

    Super Bowl VIII

    Its finally happened. This is amazing. Congrats to the Eagles for a great season and being a solid organization.
  10. 6 points
    alienufo

    Super Bowl VIII

    me rn:
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    Bubada

    [2021] All Pro Team

    Very proud of the Titans players. During the 2019 season when we went 1-15, who would have guessed these three guys would be making All-Pro teams two seasons later? WR Margene Huard 6-6 169 1 Arizona [speed] 69 WR Kevin Williams 6-0 165 3 Boston College [speed] 75 CB Jack Ramsey 6-2 172 1 Virginia Tech [Zone Coverage] 79
  13. 6 points
    npklemm

    [2021] NFCN: QB Spotlight

    Link to my previous article on the NFC North: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/12293-2018-nfc-north-qb-situations/ Chicago Bears Starter QB Norris Brooksheer 6-3 207 4 Oklahoma [Pocket] 89 The #1 Pick in the 2017 Draft, Brooksheer was thought be dethroned this season by fellow Top 5 Pick in Mohammed Foster. The Bears attempted to trade Brooksheer, but didn't receive good enough offers to move him. Instead they stood by him and decided to start him this season instead of throwing Foster into the fire right away like they did to Norris. Norris responded with a solid season. He finished 17th in Attempts, 15th in Completion %, 18th in Yards, 17th in Touchdowns. He did throw the 29th most Interceptions (as a reminder, this is out of the top 32 Passers by Volume of Attempts) and did finish with the 23th lowest QB Rating. The Bears relied on him to shoulder the bulk of their offense and he did respond well, especially early on. However, he still had issues with Turnovers and still had issues with his efficiency as noted by his QB Rating. His time in Chicago is certainly coming to an end sooner rather than later, and I think the Bears are right to move on. I'd like to see Norris move on and have success in his career, but both the Chicago Bears and Norris Brooksheer need to move on. Backup QB Mohammed Foster 6-0 194 R West Virginia [Scrambling] 82 QB Grant McConnell 6-4 198 R Pittsburgh [Scrambling] 76 QB Harold Simmons 6-1 180 5 Notre Dame [Pocket] 80 Foster is the future of the franchise and was only given one chance to play. We can't really extrapolate any sort of judgement from that one game. I loved him coming out of college, and I think if given some support, he could be truly great. Grant McConnell is an intriguing prospect, he's definitely not going to be anything other than a backup long term. But he did complete a good % of his passes in college and lead Pittsburgh to a win over future National Champions Penn State in 2019 (he couldn't beat UVA in 2019 though). Harold Simmons exists for some reason I don't understand. Cap Hit Brooksheer is a Free Agent after 2021. Foster makes $5.5 MM (4 GTD) in 2022, $5.5 MM (3.5 GTD) in 2023, $5.5 MM (2.75 GTD) in 2024 McConnell makes 500K (0 GTD) in 2022, 500K (0 GTD) in 2023, 500K (0 GTD) in 2024 Simmons makes $1.5 MM (0 GTD) in 2022 and is then a Free Agent Brooksheer being a FA could hurt the Bears. They would like to trade him instead of just letting him go in FA. With the current QB Market, who knows how much he'll demand in an extension. And his potential contract could hurt his trade value. Foster is making less than $6 MM which is great for a starting QB. McConnell is on the league minimum with no guaranteed money, so he can be waived if a roster spot is needed. Simmons makes 3 times as much as he should, but at least he has no guaranteed money. Actions 1.Sign and Trade Brooksheer. Good luck guys, you didn't get a good enough offer last season. And I think most teams will try to offer what they did then since he will certainly be more expensive this season. Detroit Lions Starter QB Blake Shell 6-5 194 6 Virginia Tech [Pocket] 85 I listed Shell as the starter since he started 9 games due to injuries to LeCount. Shell was just kind of ok. Looking at volume numbers won't make sense since he played so many fewer games than the average starter. But he did finish 30th in Completion %, and 29th in QB Rating. He was able to lead this team to a handful of victories against the odds, but he didn't light the world on fire doing it. Shell is no more than a place holder at this point in his career. A team with a young QB they don't want to start right away could use Shell's services. Backup QB Rob LeCount 6-3 212 6 Michigan [Pocket] 90 QB Will Thompson 6-3 191 7 USC [Pocket] 83 LeCount began as a starter, but injuries forced him to less than 10 starts on the year. One can't help but think LeCount's time in Detroit is coming to an end soon. The Loins have been the Superbowl Favorites for forever now and just can't get over the hump and I think part of their problem has been QB play. Will Thompson is a corpse. But, he's not the worst #3 guy in the league to have. Cap Hit Shell is a Free Agent after 2021 LeCount makes $16 MM (50% GTD) in 2022 and is then a Free Agent Thompson is a Free Agent after 2021 At least the Loins have flexibility with their QB situation. They have very little money invested into their current group of QBs, don't be surprised to see Shell and Thompson leave in Free Agency. LeCount being in the final year of his deal is moveable, a team who's interested in him could trade for him and take control of his financial future. Actions 1. Re-Sign Thompson for another season at the league Minimum. He's a good vet presence to have around and can be counted in a real pinch 2. Re-Sign Shell to a lower deal (close to $2-3 MM) for two seasons. I think you should roll with him next season as your starter if you follow my remaining actions 3. Trade Rob LeCount. It's time to get younger and cheaper, this is a great way to do it 4. Draft a QB in the first. Guys I like for you include: Andre Webb, Donald Culver, and Kyle Davidson. Maybe don't start these guys right away if you can help it Green Bay Packers Starter QB Jason Johnson 5-11 190 7 UCLA [Pocket] 97 I was a little rough on JJ in my last article, but the guy rebounded to a degree I did not expect. He lead the Packers to the Superbowl last season and the NFC Championship Game this season. He finished 14th in Attempts, 17th in Completion %, 16th in Yards and 14th in Touchdowns. He wasn't as good as he was in 2020, but he was still pretty good. He did throw the 22nd most Interceptions and was 18th in QB Rating. A few too many picks dropped his QB Rating a little low, but he was still at least league average. Backup QB Alex Rodgers 6-3 198 3 Kentucky [Pocket] 81  I said in my last article that I liked Rodgers coming out of the draft, but he hasn't progressed to the degree I would have liked. He'd be a fine #3 QB, but I'd be nervous if JJ was out of the game for any reason and Rodgers had to take his spot. Cap Hit JJ makes $24 MM (100% GTD) in 2022, $25 MM ($15 GTD) in 2023, $22 MM ($11 GTD) in 2024 Rodgers makes $1.5 MM (50% GTD) in 2022, $1.5 MM (0% GTD) in 2023 JJ's contract isn't all that bad in this current market, and he' definitely earned that paper. The Packers should be super excited about their future with JJ at the helm. Rodgers had just 750K GTD combined in the next two seasons and earns just $3 MM. He's a super cheap backup option and gives you flexibility financially. Actions 1.Find a 3rd QB. Either through the draft or sign a vet FA. I'm a firm believer in having 3 QBs on your active roster. Minnesota Vikings Starter QB Brian Vardell 6-2 200 7 Washington State [Pocket] 93 I still think Vardell is a good quarterback, but his surrounding talent has gotten worse and you can see that in his numbers. He finished 19th in Attempts, 27th in Completion %, 20th in Yards, 18th in TDs. He did throw the 2nd fewest Interceptions and finished 10th in QB Rating. His completion percentage was noooot good, but he did a great job of avoiding Interceptions. The Vikings can still win with Vardell, but they need to get him some help. It's definitely not time for the Vikes to make a change at QB. Backup QB Brad Davis 5-11 205 2 Texas [Pocket] 80 QB Lawrence Pritchett 6-0 187 2 Tulane [Scrambling] 78 QB Cody Albright 5-10 237 1 Ohio State [Pocket] 79 Bread Davis is a bad backup and should be the #3 guy instead of your #2. Lawrence Pritchett really shouldn't be on a pro roster to be honest. Cody Albright is probably fine being a #3 QB on a team, which is concerning that you have 2 #3 Guys and no #2 Guys. Cap Hit Vardell makes $26 MM (100% GTD) in 2022, $28 MM (18 GTD) in 2023, $23 MM (12 GTD) in 2024, $20 MM (11 GTD) in 2025 Davis is a Free Agent following 2021 Pritchett is a Free Agent following 2021 Albright makes $1 MM (0% GTD) in 2022, $1 MM (0% GTD) in 2023 V A R D E L L M O N E Y. Vardell's contract isn't all as bad as it gets shit for. 2022 is definitely ruff, but it gets better after that. However, the double digit Guaranteed money every season until his deal ends does handicap you significantly. He's entering his 9th season as a pro and by the end of this contract he'll be a 12th year guy and be roughly 34. Not necessarily that old for a QB, but he'll for sure be getting up there. If he trails off in 2024/2025, you're basically stuck with him. Davis and Pritchett are making the right amount money. Albright is a super cheap backup option, no reason to let him go for any reason. Actions 1. Let Davis and Pritchett walk. Those guys blow 2. Draft a young guy. There are about 70 guys rated 80+, so someone should be there in the 3rd/4th for you to take. He could just be your backup, or you could groom him to be your future starter. Rankings 1.Green Bay 2.Minnesota 3.Detroit 4.Chicago
  14. 6 points
    With the 2021 season wrapping up last weekend, college head coaches around the country began the grind on the 2022 season. For many, with that grind of game-planning and scouting opponents comes the start of recruiting season. Coaches everywhere have begun the talent evaluation process in order to send out verbal scholarship offers as soon as possible. Part of developing an effective recruiting plan is determining which players fit in a team's system best and identifying which players will be the most likely to show up on campus. As such value in a recruit is almost as important as talent. Swinging for the fences and missing is catastrophic, but sometimes even when you make contact you may still come to regret the results. Thus the 2022 Value-based Recruiting Rankings are a revised and improved approximation of how valuable a recruit will be both in cost to recruit and in on campus impact. The Top 10: OT Anthony Carlin QB Finn Leonard CB Brendon Irving WR Antonio Jackson OT Jack Green DE Travanis Ponder ATH Dont Delmas OT Ryan Small RB Demarion Moore ILB Dante Barfield See the full ranking of all 3,619 high school seniors: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SQGAT0yaLTe7tK5Yobsf0h7v_FNsoc4jFwwhbZR7Zd4/edit?usp=sharing The rankings take into account skill, potential, position, preferred play style, height, and weight to approximate how difficult any given player will be to land in a recruiting class. For more details see http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/22449-2021-value-based-recruiting-rankings/
  15. 6 points
    dderk

    [2021] Sophomore Quarterback Update

    I'll try. Can't make any promises.
  16. 5 points
    imerman

    imerman

    1. Please list your email address and/or your reddit username at which you can be contacted. Cyclones3515 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? Coastal Carolina 4. Please select two backup teams (in descending order of preference) in case your first choice is unavailable. Bowling Green, UTSA 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. I'm 18, I'm from Iowa and I'll be attending Iowa State starting this fall. I've always loved college football and wanted to find an online simulation for it. When I came across this site it seemed like exactly what I was looking for. 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? Right now I have plenty, but I'm sure I'll have substantially less when I start school. If everything I'm doing at school takes all my time, I'll probably have to step away from this. 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've been an Iowa State fan my whole life, I can handle losing. 8. How did you find out about this site? If recommended by a friend, please post his/her username. I was doing some research on finding a college football simulation and came across a reddit post in which a user recommended this one and it seems like a lot of fun!
  17. 5 points
    ecnirp

    ecnirp

    1. Please list your email address and/or your reddit username at which you can be contacted. kylekez@yahoo.ca or r/kylekez 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 Falcons 4. Please select two backup teams (in descending order of preference) in case your first choice is unavailable. Connecticut Huskies, Kentucky Wildcats 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. Hey, my name is Kyle. I'm 23 from Saskatchewan Canada. Currently, I work as a radio host for an FM station. However I'm planning on attending school again soon to take a different career path. I feel like I'd be a good fit here because of my passion for sport management. I've also been way too into sports games, and always the management side of it. I also have experience with forum based management websites such as this one. I was one of the founders and the original lead simmer for the National Simulation Football League, which is a forum based football league as well. If you are aware of that league and don't like it, I was never a part of it. 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? I spend at least a few hours a day on my computer, so I definitely have enough time to spend here. 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've been a Cincinnati Bengals fan since 2003. 8. How did you find out about this site? If recommended by a friend, please post his/her username. Just searching through google I stumbled upon it. Was looking for a new sports management sim to play.
  18. 5 points
    DStack11

    inspiral

    me: inspiral's coming to the ACC, YES! also me: inspiral's coming to the ACC, FUCK!
  19. 5 points
    ~ Lynchburg, VA Hello everyone. Welcome to the official unveiling of our schedule for the 2022 CFBHC season. It is an honor to be taking part in the 10th season of football here on the site and I look forward to preparing and playing against everyone I've scheduled with. Being an independent, it's not too hard to imagine the difficulty that comes with scheduling 12 games. Especially with us going into only our 2nd year as a program, you're naturally just going to have a lot of mismatches, but it's good to play against teams above your level to see what you need to improve on in the offseason and recruiting. Regardless, I picked some very talented and prestigious programs for my team to face, as well as some teams that are more on our level that should make for some fun, winnable games. Thank you all for coming, and please feel free to ask any questions regarding the schedule and/or my roster. Week Opponent Stadium Location Week 1 BYE Week 2 Southern California Williams Stadium Lynchburg, VA Week 3 Kansas State Williams Stadium Lynchburg, VA Week 4 South Alabama Ladd-Peebles Stadium Mobile. AL Week 5 Alabama Birmingham Williams Stadium Lynchburg, VA Week 6 BYE Week 7 Michigan Michigan Stadium Ann Arbor, MI Week 8 Massachusetts McGuirk Stadium Hadley, MA Week 9 Kansas Williams Stadium Lynchburg, VA Week 10 BYE Week 11 Utah State Maverik Stadium Logan, UT Week 12 Army West Point Williams Stadium Lynchburg, VA Week 13 Florida International Williams Stadium Lynchburg, VA Week 14 Old Dominion FedEx Field Landover, MD Week 15 New Mexico State Aggie Memorial Stadium Las Cruces, NM Week 16 BYE
  20. 4 points
    With schedules officially released by the NCAA, Ohio University presents the 2022 football schedule. Single game tickets go on sale next week.
  21. 4 points
    alienufo

    New Compensatory Pick Formula

    I've changed the way this works significantly going forward. Compensatory draft selections will be awarded for players lost in free agency the year after they are lost. A single team may only earn a maximum of 4 comp picks per season. If they lose more eligible players than that, they count towards giving you better picks. Starting in 2022, you players that were on your team for 1 year will count for comp picks again, but only if they were on your team for at least half the season. Signing players that were cut or signing players to your practice squad does not count against you in the formula. We now use a scaling point system for each overall to determine picks, and the amount of points determines the round of the pick you get. Here are the values: 3rd Round: 13 points 4th Round: 6.5 points 5th Round: 3 points 6th Round: 1.5 points 7th Round: 0.5 points Here are the values for what each overall is worth: OVR Value 80 1 81 1.5 82 2 83 2.5 84 3 85 3.5 86 4 87 4.5 88 5 89 6.5 90 8 91 10 92 12 93 14 94 16 95 18 96 20 97 22 98 25 99 30 ST80+ 1 FB 1 ST90+ 3 ST80+ = Special Teams 80-89 (P, K, PR, KR, LS) ST90+ = Special Teams 90-99 (P, K, PR, KR, LS) FB = Fullback 80-99 So basically the way this system works is you count the players you lost by value first. Then you count players you signed and determine their value. Then take the top player you lost and top player you signed and subtract the value of the player signed from the top player you lost's value. If there is still a positive value, then you keep subtracting signed players until either you run out of signed players or the value goes to 0. When you finish this, the value of each player left gives you a pick. Example: Team A loses a 93 and 86. They sign an 89 and an 80. Start with the 93 player. This gives you 14 points. Compare that one to the 89, which is 6.5 points. After subtraction, the 93 player is now worth 7.5. So compare it to the 80, which is worth 1 point. Now the 93 is worth 6.5 points. You didn't sign any more eligible players, so compare it to the rounds above. 6.5 points is worth a 4th rounder. You still have the 86 that was untouched by signed players. He is worth 4 points. Compare this to the rounds above. He is worth a 5th rounder. So in this scenario, you would have gotten a 4th and 5th round pick. The order of those picks in the draft is determined by the value of the picks (higher = higher pick) and then draft order for tie breaks.
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  24. 4 points
    Sean Jenkins didn't have a missed catch either time. absolute stud.
  25. 4 points
    Houston Cougars 2022 Schedule After not reaching a bowl game last season with a 5-7 record last season. This Houston program aims to bounce back and make a run for first place in the American West. Coach Noodlz2 showed last season that he was not afraid to schedule a tough OOC schedule when he put his rebuilding team up against Oregon, Northwestern, BC, and Texas. This year the Cougars kick their season off Week 2 in Death Valley against Clemson. Followed by a visit next week from Central Michigan in TDECU Stadium. The three weeks following the Central Michigan matchup will be a test for this Houston team against American Conference foes UCF, Tulane, and Memphis before playing last season's 2021 Conference Champ Rice. Week 14 the Cougars will be visited by Army in a near end of the season matchup in Houston before their bye week leading into the huge SMU rivalry game. What is your predicted record for this years Houston Cougars?
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