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  1. Recruiting Punishments

    Something isn't right, I've entered it several times today and my JuCo addiitions went through...
  2. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mzYV2f0F_TYV19sR0t-vjDJ14erbFqM1KkX221Ggs2I/edit?usp=sharing DO NOT POST IN THIS THREAD EXCEPT TO CONFIRM MATCHUPS THAT YOU'VE SCHEDULED. Each team must have a bye in each group of 4 weeks (so one bye from 1-4, one bye from 5-8, etc) so those are pretty much locked in the way they're listed. You guys are allowed to schedule your own opponents from now until 10/7/17 at 11:59 PM ET at which point the schedule will lock and I will fill in remainders. Once you've decided upon a matchup please post the week of the game and who is the home team in the OOC in this thread. Coachless teams cannot be asked unless you are trying to preserve a rivalry (in which case PM me to ask). Coachless teams will fill in missing schedules at the end. EDIT: Rome you're the document owner and I think I've locked myself out of edit permissions so please fix when you can. EDIT #2: There will be signup threads for the coachless teams after everything else is claimed so just leave a spot open if you want to try for Liberty or whatever, but you aren't guaranteed to get them.
  3. [2020] Week #15 - Saturday Morning

    Eh whatever, gg Texas A&M. Even if I get wrecked by LSU I'll be happy with 7-5 after this team went 3-9 with neo last year.
  4. by: Omari McDowell, Shia Brady, Raymond Givens, Nathaniel Starnes, Nazir McMillan, Curtis Early, Giovanni Bynum, Logan Mays, Jeremy Holland, Sean McCracken, and Ralph Pelletier. Dreams do come true and our dreams were marked by blue and orange. Gator Nation has seen some turbulent times in the recent past. Some of us were brought here by Coach mpost2, some by Coach thatfunk, others (mostly the younger guys!) still by Coach neovenator250 or, more recently, Coach Soluna. We want to thank all four for the opportunities given to us and for the guidance as we each sought to fulfill our own stories. Our backgrounds are diverse, our future's will not be similar but today we all write this piece together to declare that we are ready to begin the next chapter in our life. The Swamp was our home, our life; we shared one goal and we worked as hard as we could each and every week to make the dream come true for all of us - for all of Gator Nation. We are forever grateful for the University of Florida and every member of the amazing Gator community. For the great majority of us our highlight lies at the end of the 2017 season. SEC Champions. Cotton Bowl vs Boston College. We're sorry we couldn't show up stronger - we prepared, prepared, prepared but it was a tougher match up than expected. Many of us never won a bowl game but we brought the conference title to Gainesville. When we dreamed about being Gators we all agreed that we dreamed about the big moments that other coaches, other fan bases, even the whole country, would talk about for years. Taking one to a rival on the road. Silencing the crowd. Victory, sweetness - greatness. We will miss those road trips to Tennessee, to Missouri, to Kentucky, Georgia in Jacksonville. The SEC is the greatest conference in the nation and our saturday evening games always proved their worth. To the best coaching staff in college football: Thank you for teaching us to treat people right, to support others, the importance of the little steps of preperation and the great rewards of perseverance. Without Coach Sol, Flanagan, James, Donovan, and Williams, and everyone else involved in this great program, we'd be half of who we have become today. We gave it all we had, sometimes all wasn't enough but the Swamp always loved us. We spent some pretty incredible years together. We wrote our own story and we hope that some of our legacy survives after we're long gone. For some of us this will be the final home game of our career, the end of our line and it couldn't come at a more bittersweet moment. It's time for one final trip to the Swamp for the aging Gators. Go Gators! All love, Omari, Shia, Ray, Nate, Nazir, Curtis, Gio, Logan, Jeremy, Sean, and Ralph QB Omari McDowell 6-1 203 Sr Archbishop McCarthy (FL, FL) 1.0 of 1.0 [Scrambling] WR Shia Brady 6-1 201 Sr Greensboro (Greensboro, AL) 3.0 of 3.0 [Speed] WR Raymond Givens 6-2 217 Sr Bartlett (Anchorage, AK) 2.5 of 2.5 [Target] C Nathaniel Starnes 6-4 269 Sr Madison-Ridgeland Academy (MS, MS) 2.5 of 2.5 [Pass Blocking] C Nazir McMillan 6-4 260 Sr Franklinton (Franklinton, LA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] DT Curtis Early 6-5 277 (Sr) Baker (Baker LA) 3.5 of 3.5 [2-Gap] CB Giovanni Bynum 6-0 195 Sr Northland Community & Technical College (Thief River Falls, MN) 4.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] SS Logan Mays 6-1 211 Sr Donaldsonville (Donaldsonville, LA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Man Coverage] K Jeremy Holland 6-4 219 Sr Lee Central (Bishopville, SC) 3.5 of 3.5 [Power] P Sean McCracken 5-11 167 (Sr) Episcopal (Jacksonville FL) 4.0 of 4.0 [Accuracy] P Ralph Pelletier 5-11 155 Sr Dreher (Columbia, SC) 2.5 of 2.5 [Accuracy]
  5. [2020] Week #15 - FNF

    :eye twitch:
  6. Big Sky Conference Eastern Washington Eagles (11-1; 5-0) North Dakota Fighting Hawks (9-3; 3-2) Idaho State Bengals (8-4; 3-2) Montana Grizzlies (6-6; 2-3) Southern Utah Thunderbirds (4-8; 2-3) Portland State Vikings (1-11, 0-5) CAA Conference James Madison Dukes (10-2; 5-0) New Hampshire Wildcats (10-2; 4-1) Towson Tigers (6-6; 3-2) Stony Brook Seawolves (4-8; 2-3) William & Mary Tribe (3-9; 1-4) Richmond Spiders (3-9; 0-5) Ivy League Conference Brown Bears (8-4; 4-1) Dartmouth Big Green (6-6; 4-1) Columbia Lions (6-6; 4-1) Yale Bulldogs (3-9; 2-3) Penn Quakers (2-10; 1-4) Harvard Crimson (0-12; 0-5) MVFC Conference North Dakota State Bison (8-4; 5-0) South Dakota Coyotes (10-2; 4-1) South Dakota State Jackrabbits (9-3; 3-2) Youngstown State Penguins (8-4; 2-3) Northern Iowa Panthers (3-9; 1-4) Illinois State Redbirds (2-10; 0-5) OVC Conference Tennessee State Tigers (9-3; 5-0) Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks (7-5; 3-2) Murray State Racers (5-7; 3-2) Eastern Kentucky Colonels (3-9; 2-3) Eastern Illinois Panthers (2-10; 1-4) Jacksonville State Gamecocks (2-10; 1-4) PFL Conference Marist Red Foxes (9-3; 4-1) Butler Bulldogs (9-3; 4-1) Davidson Wildcats (6-6; 3-2) Jacksonville Dolphins (5-7; 2-3) San Diego Toreros (2-10; 1-4) Dayton Flyers (2-10; 1-4) Southern Conference Wofford Terriers (10-2; 4-1) The Citadel Bulldogs (10-2; 4-1) Western Carolina Catamounts (6-6; 3-2) Samford Bulldogs (6-6; 2-3) Chattanooga Mocs (5-7; 2-3) Mercer Bears (0-12; 0-5) Southland Conference Abilene Christian Wildcats (12-0; 5-0) Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (8-4; 3-2) McNeese State Cowboys (9-3; 3-2) Sam Houston State Bearkats (6-6; 2-4) Southeastern Louisiana Lions (3-9; 1-4) Northwestern State Demons (2-10; 1-4) FCS Playoff Seeding Abilene Christian Wildcats (12-0; 5-0) Eastern Washington Eagles (11-1; 5-0) James Madison Dukes (10-2; 5-0) Wofford Terriers (10-2; 4-1) Tennessee State Tigers (9-3; 5-0) Marist Red Foxes (9-3; 4-1) North Dakota State Bison (8-4; 5-0) Brown Bears (8-4; 4-1) The Citadel Bulldogs (10-2; 4-1) New Hampshire Wildcats (10-2; 4-1) South Dakota Coyotes (10-2; 4-1) Butler Bulldogs (9-3; 4-1) North Dakota Fighting Hawks (9-3; 3-2) South Dakota State Jackrabbits (9-3; 3-2) Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (8-4; 3-2) McNeese State Cowboys (9-3; 3-2)
  7. Share your Google Timeline

    That's weirdly... linear
  8. Share your Google Timeline

    If you have a google account it's been tracking everything you've done with your phone since you opened it on any smart phone in the past. See your location tracking history at www.google.com/maps/timeline and share it here! This is since July 2013 for me.
  9. CFBHC v1.4

    Correct
  10. CFBHC v1.4

    Yes.
  11. CFBHC v1.4

    It should be noted that likely no one will be able to use their own playbook for quite some time as no one starts with any plays. But the structure is there.
  12. CFBHC v1.4

    Please note that SEVERAL features are still under partial construction and you may not see them fully completed for a little while (like the Injury Book and the Coaching Clinics tree on the same excel sheet).
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