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  1. Wellllll fuck. The same gameplan that defeated Illinois and nearly beat Penn State, lost to Nebraska. Back to the drawing board. (Bowl god pls halp)
  2. Not to make any more work for you, as I really appreciate these, but is there any chance you track nickel DBs in the future as well/are those too complex to track?
  3. -Eagan, Minnesota It was a day of mixed emotions at Vikings headquarters, as owner paperllamasunited announced to a closed group of the closest team press that he would be taking a step back in the organization, passing general management duties on to current Vikings head coach bellwoodbomb611. A quick interview with the owner on KFAN shed some light on the move. "The goal was never to run the Vikings on my own, I came from an organizational approach in Cleveland and Baltimore, to running a one-man show at first here in Minnesota, and I myself can see the vast differences between my two major roles; rising contender who made the playoffs and drafted a fan favorite in Baltimore, versus a team seemingly on the rapid downswing with moving away a fan favorite here in Minnesota." said llamas on Paul Allen's 9 to Noon radio show. "Upon first meeting coach bellwood, it seemed like an instant mesh between us, and so I'm confident in the direction this organization is going with him at the helm, the philosophies won't change. He overcame the obstacle of never being involved in NFLHC before and having to come in right away as the coach, on a depleted roster that was no fault of his own, and it took a little while to right the ship, but he got it going as the season went on. We've mutually determined that he's better suited in a management role, but now he's got that coaching experience under his belt, which makes him versatile, and that brings a lot of value to this organization. I think this is a move the fans will fully appreciate, the players will appreciate, and it's certainly a move that I appreciate. I'm hoping to have more time to work on media, which I love to create, and be more heavily involved in other aspects of the community." With llamas stepping out of the picture as far as most roster management duties go, some question remains surrounding the coaching situation in Minnesota, as coach bellwood's contract as head coach is set to expire following the conclusion of the 2020 league year. Interested members may inquire about the position by PMing coach bellwood. The Vikings have made coach bellwood and llamas available for open interview.
  4. Apparently I missed this, do I just add my name to the list or am I supposed to submit my info somewhere.
  5. Vardell looked solid again, and we only lost by 3. Maybe we finally figured our team out a bit.
  6. New Quality Loss Resume: My 3 losses are only to 6-1 Michigan State by 4, who lost to 6-1 Michigan 6-1 Penn State by 3, who only lost to 6-1 Pitt 7-0 UCF Best 3-loss team in the nation, #RankIowa
  7. Mikeal!
  8. I don't know how I missed this the first time when i went through and voted, but Darren Manning isn't listed at SS for AFC eligibility
  9. Dear Pollsters, Iowa is now 4-2, with losses to (at this time) undefeateds Michigan State and UCF, and 2 weeks ago we beat the then #4 team Illinois. Now we've taken care of business against Northwestern. Gib poll points pls. Sincerely, your pal llamas.
  10. Don't worry, I beat the #4 team of last week (now 12) and the two teams I've lost to are a combined 11-0 and are now both ranked 13 and 14, and one of the excuses I was given for not receiving a single vote was "there were no other 2-loss teams in the poll." Clemson currently has 69 poll votes and is now a 2 loss team. Someone give me some love
  11. I meant moreso losing by only 4 to a team that was 10-2 at the time but ok
  12. I don't get our team.
  13. I have lost to the 15th and 16th ranked teams who are a combined 10-0. This week I beat then-#4, current #12 Illinois. Not even one vote
  14. Damn, started out flat and just couldn't make the comeback. Road to a bowl just got a bit harder. Gg slinky.
  15. John Garland tore Bowling Green a new one
  16. If no one else is interested, id gladly do something like this. (However I think I fall a week or two shy of the 1.5 years rule). If others are interested, by all means, let them do it, though, I love reading all of the content and headlines all of you guys always produce.
  17. Mfw Mikeal isnt even an honorable mention Mikeal Black, IOWA, 20 of 29 for 260 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT Also had 5/38 and a score on the ground.
  18. Just realised neither of my players with picks made the stat sheet
  19. If I did my math right, Mikeal Black finishes his 2020 OOC slate with the following stat line: Mikeal Black, IOWA, 56 of 84 (66.66%) for 719 yards, (8.55yds/att) 5 TD, 1 INT, (155.82 rating) 18 Car, 122 yds, (6.77avg) 2TD. Not too shabby considering we faced UCF, BC, and Oklahoma, and not some Sophos-level cupcake schedule.
  20. I remember watching this on tv instead of doing homework. I was tempted to do my homework instead, the game was so terrible
  21. I would love to be the coach at Kansas, but I don't think I could take it over if storm ever left. It's storms program here, id want to build my own identity. (Plus im pretty sure azul would murder me for taking Kansas, id probably end up like Charlie Weis.) I was hesitant to come to Iowa for the same reason, it's jmjacobs built program, but with the bridge between us that is the 2019 season, the worst period of Iowa football, I knew someone had to rescue them. (And i like being in the Big Ten, and Chad Greenway went to Iowa, and he's my favorite player of all time at any level). I'll probably never leave Iowa unless Storm and Azul have moved on from Kansas, and the future of the program is bleak.
  22. I played a C at OG last year at CMU, it didn't go terribly. He was too good to not have on the field over my other backup guards who probably wouldn't even start in FCS. When I recruit I try to go for bigger OL, avoiding guys who weigh less than 265ish. When drafting OL id like to think of going with the same principle idea, but certain OL (we had decently high grades on Lucas Hopkins, and particularly Russell Benson-Gifford, by the time the draft rolled around, and they are listed at 261 & 260 respectively) can get away with it if I view them as having a better collegiate background or pedigree. I like to play skill over size really, but I view bigger tackles (Arthur Taylor is like 6'8") as right tackles, especially if they are run specialists
  23. Mikeal you beautiful slut, why couldn't you do this last week
  24. 8 sacks and only one guy made the sheet?
  25. The 1st game i finally kinda figured out a gameplan that worked, and I think i led WMU at one point