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  1. Didn't Know to do about the goalie statbox so i left Jaroslav without one. Kim Lehtonen: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Kim_Lehtonen Patrick Quinn: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Patrick_Quinn Jaroslav Kevlacek: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Jaroslav_Kevlacek
  2. The Background 2019, a season which marks DescretoBurrito's 6th season at the helm was described as smooth with some very little potholes for him and the Air Force Falcons. Wins against Navy, Colorado State and Washington State earned them being ranked #20 after the WSU game but then lost in a blowout 35-7 loss to Mississippi State, beat New Mexico, then lost to Tennessee 44-35 but proceeded to not lose another game down the stretch with blowout wins against the likes of Boise State, Utah State, and Fresno State beating them 51-3, 7-17, and 7-19 respectively. Their roster included MWC Defensive POTY "The" Prince Williams, All-MWC First Team selections in the aforementioned CB "The" Prince Williams, DE James Carter, K Lorenzo Rodgers and P Thomas Purcell and All-MWC Second Team selections in the form of RB Xaiver Valentine, G Hunter Herndon, ILB Joshua Olsen, SS Jesse Hutchins. Over 1,000 Miles west of Colorado Springs, CO is Reno, NV, the home of the Nevada Wolfpack. This team was a powerhouse in the MWC from start to finish, going undefeated in the regular season, with blowout wins against UCLA, Oregon State, Miami (OH), Utah State, San Diego State, San Jose State and UNLV. Those wins along with the rest earned them a spot on the coaches poll and never looked back as they ended the season as the #5 team of all of CFBHC, only behind Clemson, Penn State, Tennessee and Baylor. Their roster included Offensive and Defensive ROY in Jordan Godwin and Issac Watkins, included All-MWC First Team selections ILB Akeel "The Real Deal" Morris, CB Shamar Knox, and FS Issac Watkins, and they have All-MWC Second Team selections in WR Darius Goode, TE Mason Parks, and K Phillp Crow. The Game Air Force RB Xavier Valentine speaks out "When we knew that we wold be playing Nevada, Everyone had the belief that we lost and everyone was still on the hype train. They all thought we had no chance to win and thought we would not win our 3rd Conference Championship. Only problem was, that we weren't going to let the odds stack against us" First Quarter had Nevada receiving the ball to start off the game, then Crow hit a 28 yd FG at 12:08 to give them the lead (AIR FORCE 0, NEVADA 3). But then Valentine and Kaufman scored back to back rushing TDs at the 7:58 and 2:48 mark respectively to give Air Force the lead (AIR FORCE 14, NEVADA 3). Phillip Crow came back to hit 44 yd FG at the 0:28 mark to end off the First Quarter. Second Quarter had Air Force's own QB Nico Kaufman throwing an INT to Robert Whitehead at the 13:05 mark and less then 3 minutes later, Jordan Godwin connects with Darius Goode to bring it in within 1 (AIR FORCE 14, NEVADA 13). Lorenzo Rodgers then hit a 45 yd FG at the 5:01 mark to lead them to a 7 point lead, then at the end of the quarter and before the half, Rogers again hit a FG that was 38 yd out as time expired (AIR FORCE 20, NEVADA 13) K Lorenzo Rodgers on his success "I knew that those two FG were a sign, I'm a Christian, so i believe in God. I believe God has a reason for everything, when coach told me after I made those two clutch FGs at the end of the half, he told to try to do the same, once i heard those words, i felt like a surge go through my body, like God gave me his powers to be able to do anything I wanted to do, and thankfully It happened the way I hoped and prayed it would". Third Quarter had Nevada's QB Jordan Godwin now throwing the pick to Jesse Hutchins at the 13:06 mark, followed by a Rodgers 19 yd FG at the 9:08 mark (AIR FORCE 23, NEVADA 13). Then Nevada moved down the field quick and Crow came back with a FG of his own, a 28 yd FG at the 5:12 mark to bring them to a TD score away from tying the game (AIR FORCE 23, NEVADA 16). But right after, at the 2 minute mark exactly, Valentine had his 2nd TD of the game, 8 yd TD to be exact to push Nevada away and that was all in the Third Quarter (AIR FORCE 30, NEVADA 16). Fourth Quarter started with Amari White inducing a Pick 6 against Kaufman which again put them a TD score away from tying the game (AIR FORCE 30, NEVADA 23). Then Patrick Edmonson, at the 2:11 mark, scored a rushing TD to tie the game in it's waning moments (AIR FORCE 30, NEVADA 30). Then it was Lorenzo Rodgers time. "I was nervous, I was not sure in a high pressure situation but the coach told me to calm dowm and relax, let the game come to you, then I felt that surge again, for a second, I thought coach was God hahaha. But I understood what he meant. So I went out there and did what I had to do, cold, sunny day in santa clara and again I felt the surge, so when I felt like Usain Bolt going to kick that ball so they wouldn't block it. And when I kicked that ball, I kicked with as much power as I could, but I knew that might not been enough but the football just kept floating and floating and I thought it would fall before that post, but like I said, God had a reason for everything and I started to believe and the kick.... well, It was good." Announcer: "And the kick, it's high but does it have the distance, it's going, it's going, it's going, and ITS GOOD OH MY GOD, AIR FORCE JUST WON IT, AND THIS CROWD IS GOING WILD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. WHAT AN AMAZING FG BY RODGERS AND AIR FORCE HAS WON IT" Game over, Final Score: (AIR FORCE 33, NEVADA 30) The Aftermath Even though the Air Force Falcons beat Nevada in a heartbreaker, they couldn't beat California and they lost 33-10. As for the Nevada Wolfpack, they still were able to make the playoffs as the #8 seed but were then swiftly blown out by Clemson 37-10 in the first round of the playoffs. ILB Akeel Morris If you had played better, do you think you guys would’ve won that game? “Absolutley, no doubt in my mind we would’ve won, our defense had lacked at the start the game which cost us, plus our defense couldn’t hold up. All in all, It was a disappointment and that’s not the way I would’ve wanted to end my CFBHC career”.
  3. Sorry man, every team is taken, but if you stick around, you might be able to get two teams that might open in the coming days
  4. The Boise State Broncos were 5-7 record last year with believer at the helm but even though they were bowl eligible, they failed to be selected to a bowl game. They'Ve gotten new players that can help along with their key returners. So with that said, Will the Broncos be able to win a bowl game and better yet, win their division? ROSTER Notable Offseason Additions: WR Jayson Geary 5-10 191 Fr Decatur (Federal Way WA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Speed] QB Roman Green 6-2 239 Jr Lewis & Clark Community College (Godfrey IL) 3.0 of 4.0 [Scrambling] KR Hayden Walls 5-10 176 (Jr) North Idaho College (Coeur d'Alene ID) 4.5 of 4.5 [Specialist] TE Atamu Niumatalolo 6-5 194 Fr East (Cheyenne WY) 1.5 of 4.5 [Receiving] OLB Aboubacar Chester 6-4 233 Fr Shoshone (Shoshone ID) 1.5 of 4.0 [Blitz] OLB Javorius McNeil 6-0 235 Fr Murtaugh (Murtaugh ID) 1.5 of 4.5 [Blitz] QB Ian Hansen 6-5 234 Fr Decatur (Federal Way WA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Pocket] Key Returners: RB Marquise Allen 5-7 198 (Sr) Madison (Rexburg ID) 4.0 of 4.0 [Speed] OT Sebastian Parra 6-7 333 (Sr) Murtaugh (Murtaugh ID) 4.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] C Ari Powers 6-1 303 (So) Thunder Ridge (Highlands Ranch, CO) 3.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] DT Kaden Oglesby 6-3 291 Jr Madison (Rexburg, ID) 4.0 of 4.5 [1-Gap] ILB Phillip Gillis 6-3 221 (Sr) Provo (Provo UT) 4.5 of 4.5 [Will SS Jonah Parker 6-3 208 Sr Alta (Sandy, UT) 5.0 of 5.0 [Man Coverage] FS Justin Ivy-Sewell 6-1 210 Sr Incline (Incline Village, NV) 4.5 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] Notable Offseason Subtractions: WR Kevin Garvin 6-4 224 Sr Sterling (Sterling CO) 5.0 of 5.0 [Target] WR Eric Watson 5-10 181 (Sr) McQueen (Reno, NV) 5.0 of 5.0 [speed] DE Declan Culver 6-0 256 Sr Dawson Community College (Glendive, MT) 4.0 of 4.0 [Contain] TE Samuel Summers 6-6 225 (Sr) Juab (Nephi, UT) 4.0 of 4.0 [Receiving] Quick Thoughts: They got some very good redshirts for next year, Green is a very good QB but without Garvin and Watson, he won't be able to amount to much with this recieving corps. Their safety core is back but only for one season and theyneed to find big replaceents for Parker/Ivy-Sewell. Also Allen will have to carry the load for that offense. Three Key Storylines 1. Can these Safeties show that they're the top of the class Parker/Ivy-Sewell are probably the best SS/FS combo there is in the MWC, maybe in the whole CFB league, But, can they improve and have a elite season? Jonah Parker who played four games had 20 tackles and 3 INTs and one of those was a Pick 6. Justin Ivy-Sewell who also played four games had 17 tackles and 2 INTs. Both of these players are Sr. and have reached their full potential, Parker and Ivy-Sewell both are projected to be selected in the upcoming NFLHC draft. If they want to increase their stock, they're going to increase their production but can they? 2. Will their offense be able to hold their ground even though they lost key pieces on offense? They've recruited Roman Green to lead this team in the air, problem is, timing was bad, and now their two 5* recievers have graduated and their best WR is a 3* player. So can their offense hold up? For starters, Allen is a more than capable RB but the offensive line is only solid, Green is a very good QB but without the help at WR, how are they going to get better on offense if they've only taken a step back, If they want to compete, Boise State has to figure out a way that the WRs and TEs can be really productive for Green and hope that Allen has a big senior year. 3. Will Boise State be able to compete with Air Force Boise State still has a lot of talent and in a weak division, it's very possible that they could win the division, but can they overcome the reigning MWC Conference Champions Air Force to win their division? Air Force has very good players, and their offense is close to elite, but the Falcons defense is where they have lost some key players on defense, including Prince Willams, that's where Boise State strong suit comes into play. Boise has a decent offense but a terrorizing defense, their secondary is elite, A team like Air Force or Boise State can compete and Air Force has the experience, but can Boise State overcome that and be division champs? Scenarios Best-Case Scenario: Boise State is able to overcomes their short comings on offense and finish with a winning record, winning the division, then the MWC Conference Championship, they make a bowl, but they were unable to win their bowl game, but started to make strides, Harden had a Blakely-esque season and is projected to be a 1st round pick in the 2021 NFLHC Draft, Green had a solid year and Allen had no trouble on the ground. Worst-Case Scenario: The complete opposite happened, Boise State finishes with a 5-7 record, they finish 3rd in the division, Harden doesn't perform to the hype, Green struggles with no capable WRs, Allen's ground game suffers due to the face that that's what they did all the time, and this go-around they don't make a bowl game from a at-large bid, therefore they don't go bowling Does Boise State Progress or Regress?
  5. If you're still looking for a coordinator job still and didn't get a CFB job, PM me.

  6. Didn't Jarokesu apply for ODU before practicallybert
  7. Hello, just a reminder that your application is incomplete, please add the question as well
  8. Yeah, just change the app and then Issac (C-USA Commissioner) will get to you later
  9. Plus, the site wasn't down, so it just added to the confusion, but hey, at least there's still an opening
  10. I'm pretty sure UTEP is available still, plus there's been a lot of applications, like 5-7
  11. I think all three teams are taken but let me double check
  12. RIP, Tulsa got taken
  13. RIP, Cuse got taken
  14. RIP, Rutgers just got taken
  15. This Wyoming Cowboys team finish another horrible season off for the 4th year in a row. But the good thing is that this season looks bright, with most of their players returning and their young players having a year of experience, they might make a run for bowl eligibility, Question is, can they turn the talent into wins? ROSTER Top 3 Offensive Players: RB Troy Tanner 6-1 191 (Sr) Guernsey-Sunrise (Guernsy, WY) 4.0 of 4.0 [Speed] QB Jasiah Howard 5-10 205 (Jr) Mitchell Christian (Mitchell, SD) 4.0 of 4.0 [Hybrid] TE David Grier 6-3 230 So Kenmerer (Diamondville, WY) 2.5 of 5.0 [Blocking] Top 3 Defensive Players: FS Eric Finney 6-2 203 (Jr) Provo (Provo, UT) 4.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] SS Antonio Paige 5-10 183 Jr North Sevier (Salina, UT) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] ILB Ajani Terry 6-3 228 So Salem Academy (Salem, OR) 2.0 of 5.0 [Will] Top Special Team Player: P Ari Goodrich 6-4 195 Sr McLennan Community College (Waco, TX) 4.5 of 4.5 [Accuracy] Notable Offseason Additions: None Notable Offseason Subtractions: OG Julian Jarrell 6-6 336 Sr Fort Scott Community College (Fort Scott, KS) 4.5 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] Quick Thoughts: Not a lot to say, Terry and Grier are going to be future stars, but Tanner is going to have a little less production since Jarrell left as a graduating Sr. Now this season is the season that Howard can show up and show out and connect with Grier with a lot of those passes. nothing else to say really. Three Key Storylines 1. Can this team actually get 4-5 wins this season and somewhat compete? This Cowboys team is filled with talent, arguably the best team put out in ever, but can they translate talent to wins? Wyoming has decent players on either side of the field, but they've have failed to succeed with that talent, mustering a 8-40 record since the 2016 season. This team now has players like Howard, Tanner, and Finney that are capable to lead this team to win after win, whilst they have two 5* potential players in Terry and Grier waiting to be able to contribute at a higher level, if those two aforementioned players can hit their strides, they might have breakout seasons? 2. Will new coach GK12303 actually be able to bring success to this team? Coach GK12303 left LA Tech after one season ( that dumbass) to take on the job at Wyoming, this is a good team, but can he make it better? GK was 4-8 at Louisiana Tech, just missing out on bowl eligibility, this year might be worse, or he might suprise some critics (what am i saying, i mean ALL critics) if he wins 5 games, but the oddmakers are heavily betting on the likelyhood that they won't, but having one year under his belt means that he might be able to gameplan better, make better use of his players, and being in the weak division could help, but can he manufacture a good gameplan to go with this roster? 3. Will that lackluster defense be a issue The motto is always "Offense wins games, but defense wins championships" but with that not-so-good defense against teams like Air Force, Nevada etc, that defense might come backe and bite them, but will they still survive? There is very good offensive teams waiting to pounce on a bad defensive team like the Cowboys, even though they have good safeties in Finney and Paige and a good ILB in Terry, the rest of the defense is lackluster compared to the other teams in the MWC. This defense had so many holes that with one mistake, the floodgate can be open and be open for a very, very long while, but if the gameplan fits those players style, they could be able to somehow be able to stay close late in games. But can that defense do just that? Scenarios Best-Case Scenario: This Wyoming Team, led by Howard, Tanner and Grier can win a couple games, including some down the stretch, finish with a 5-7 record and be able to be eligible to bowl but don't get selected by the committee to go bowling, Tanner has an amazing senior season and Terry and Grier have their breakout seasons and look like bright pieces on a hopefully up and coming team in the MWC. Worst-Case Scenario: Wyoming has a complete shitshow of a season and finish 1-11 (with the only win is against Utah State (in tradition) ), Terry and Grier have decent seasons, but good enough to hype themselves again for a breakout season, Tanner leaves Wyoming with decent season, and their defense can't hold up and collapse on very important games down the stretch at the end of games. Will Wyoming Progress or Regress?
  16. This is amazing
  17. BOOOOOOO, Raheem didn't throw a pass, BOOOOOOOOOO
  18. Y'all should join

  19. Llamas: What was enticing about him that made you hire him as the scout? Bmlig: Do you feel like you and your raw but untapped skills can make an impact in this organization? Bellwood: Where do you stand on this hiring?
  20. See that's better
  21. Wow, RIP
  22. This Air Force team last year made it to the conference championship where they beat the undefeated Nevada at the time 33-30 on a game winning 53 YD FG by Lorenzo Rodgers but lost to California 30-10 in the Las Vegas bowl to end 11-3 on the season. This team has the talent to probably sneak in the playoffs and even go undefeated before the playoffs. The question, however, can they? ROSTER Lorenzo Rodgers as he kicked the GW FG in the 33-30 win over Nevada in the Conference Championship Game Top 3 Offensive: TE Cayden Reese 6-3 207 (Sr) Aspen (Aspen CO) 5.0 of 5.0 [Receiving] QB Nico Kaufman 6-1 236 (Sr) Grand Junction (Grand Junction CO) 4.5 of 4.5 [Scrambling] RB Xavier Valentine 5-8 174 Jr Kearns (Kearns, UT) 4.5 of 4.5 [Speed] Top 3 Defensive: FS Shamar Sutton 5-11 197 (Jr) Wray (Wray, CO) 4.5 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] SS Matthew Solomon 6-2 173 (So) Grand Valley (Parachute, CO) 4.0 of 4.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Israel Mathis 5-9 178 (Sr) Goddard (Roswell NM) 4.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] Top Special Team Player: K Lorenzo Rodgers 6-3 195 (Jr) Thunder Ridge (Highlands Ranch, CO) 5.0 of 5.0 [Power] Notable Offseason Additions: No Notables Notable Offseason Subtractions: DE James Carter 6-1 255 (Sr) Woods Cross (Woods Cross, UT) 4.5 of 4.5 [blitz] ILB Joshua Olson 5-11 245 (Sr) Pershing County (Lovelock, NV) 4.5 of 4.5 [Mike] SS Jesse Hutchins 6-2 182 Sr Western Nebraska Community College (Scotts Bluff, NE) 4.5 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] SS Jamel Dudley 6-1 207 Sr Boulder City (Boulder City NV) 3.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] FS Marcus Mayes 6-1 198 Sr Science Hill (Johnson City TN) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] FS Louis Roche 6-0 186 Sr Belfry (Belfry KY) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Jimmy Allen 6-1 205 (Sr) McQueen (Reno, NV) 3.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] SS Patrick Schwartz 6-2 192 (Sr) North Sanpete (Mt. Pleasant, UT) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] Quick Thoughts: You might be wondering "why so many secondary", the reason why is because now the depth they posses at the CB, FS, and SS position is very low, with only 2 CBs, 2 SSs, and 1 FS, on their whole roster and Air Force didn't recruit enough secondary to replace them and will probably suffer because of that predicament. Carter and Olsen should've been a hard hit to the team but they have a 2.0/4.0 RS Fr in Brian Lewis and a 3.5/4.5 RS So in Malik McDonalds at the DE positions and 4.0/4.0 RS Sr in Bobby Oakley and have two incoming Fr who will be redshirted this upcoming season who are DE Derrick Dukes who's a 1.0/5.0 and ILB Keenan High who's a 1.0/4.5 so they should be set at those two positions for the time being. Three Key Storylines Air Force as they lose the Las Vegas Bowl to California 1. Can they improve on last season and make a run towards them playoffs? This Air Force team has improved and seems poised to repeat as MWC Champions and make a bowl, but the question is, can Air Force actually exceed the high expectations and make the playoffs? Air Force has players on both sides that has improved from last season, like Kaufman, Valentine etc, but the depth for their secondary has greatly diminished and that could be a reason why they don't make the playoffs. On the contrary, Reese and Kaufman should make for a dangerous combo, Valentine has a good O-line to help him and the Front 7 is pretty good, so all in all, it's not that bad, but it could use some help. 2. Can Nico Kaufman improve in his final season with Air Force? Nico Kaufman had 17 TDs and 8 INTs. But can Kaufman really put on a show and be a crucial part of this team's success and lead them to a better record last year? Kaufman has been amazing in his first 3 years at Air Force, Air Force has been a amazing team and is a serious contender but they need one of their star players, Kaufman, to produce at another level to be able to compete. One key to that has to be that Kaufman has to target Reese at all times, a 6-3 5/5 TE who only had 567 recieving YDs and 5 TDs, stats that you wouldn't expect of a amazing TE, utilizing Reese more could be helpful to both Kaufman and Reese 3. Can Air Force's O-Line continue to be the best in the MWC and help Valentine produce more rushing TDs? Air Force O-Line rating was 6.45, the best in the MWC and it certainly helped the production of Valentine, but can they repeat that success again? Air Force's O-Line was very productive and Valentine had a better year because of it as he rushed for 1,474 YDs and 17 TDs on 319 carries, Argubly the best RB in the MWC, most times a player might face regression but if the O-Line holds up, Valentine could have a better season and improve his draft stock, as for the O-Line, most will now have another year under their belt and some got better so that's good. Air Force should have a good O-Line to start the season. Scenarios Best-Case Scenario Kaufman and Reese is able to link up good and both Kaufman and Reese have breakout seasons, Valentine improves as well as the O-Line, Air Force overlooks the depth issue at CB, SS, and FS and don't give up big gains and win the MWC championship by a ton and also make the playoffs as the #7 or #8 seed as Kaufman and Reese are named All-Americans. Worst-Case Scenario Reese is still underused, Kaufman has a decent season but no improvement, Valentine doesn't improve along with the O-Line, Air Force give up lots of points and yardage due to lack of depth at the secondary and even though they win the MWC championship by a small margin, they make a bowl which they once again lose and forced to rebuild. Will Air Force Progress or Regress?
  23. Well, tbf, Nevada has lost talent, I feel like Air Force is still the better team out of those two anyway, Kaufman is a very good QB and without Akeel, short passes could be a problem for Nevada, which will regress them a bit
  24. The Lobos didn't do as good as they did in 2018, as they went from a 11-2 record in 2018 to a 5-7 record in 2019 and didn't even make a bowl game last season, this year might be the same old tale for New Mexico, Especially how they lost key players but they did gain some helpful role players, they could either stay somewhat competitive or just flame out completely and have a SJSU or a Wyoming type season and win only 2-3 games the entire season. The question is, can they somehow improve or just simply has their fall from grace been completed? ROSTER Top 3 Offensive Players: FB Leonardo Kennedy 6-1 201 So Robert E. Lee (Baytown, TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] WR Austin Medley 6-1 223 (Jr) Duncan (Duncan, AZ) 3.5 of 3.5 [Speed] WR Marcus Hightower 6-0 192 Jr Socorro (Socorro, NM) 3.5 of 3.5 [Target] Top 3 Defensive Players: FS Dwayne Reid 6-0 223 (So) Yuma Catholic (Yuma, AZ) 3.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] DT Kahau Posala 6-5 293 Jr Belen (Belen, NM) 4.0 of 4.0 [2-Gap] CB Abdoulaye Reaves 6-1 188 (Jr) Blue Ridge (Lakeside, AZ) 4.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] Top Special Team Player: PR Manny Wesley 6-0 208 (Jr) Yavapai College (Prescott AZ) 3.5 of 4.0 [Specialist] Notable Offseason Additions: PR Manny Wesley 6-0 208 (Jr) Yavapai College (Prescott AZ) 3.5 of 4.0 [Specialist] Notable Offseason Subractions: WR Vincent Ortiz 6-1 174 (Sr) Kofa (Yuma, AZ) 4.5 of 4.5 [speed] FB Ethan Guthrie 5-10 259 (Sr) Mesa CC (Mesa, AZ) 4.5 of 4.5 [Run Blocking] SS Jeremiah Joseph 5-11 204 (Sr) East Mississippi CC (Scooba, MS) 4.5 of 4.5 [Zone Coverage] QB Tom Stacy 5-11 216 Sr New Mexico Military Institute (Roswell, NM) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pocket] Quick Thoughts: Stacy, Ortiz, and Guthrie were vital, if not crucial, parts to that offense, Ortiz had over 1,000 receiving yards and 10 TDs, Stacy had 27 TDs with 3,662 YDs and Guthrie had 600+ YDs with 10 TDs as a FB turned RB and also had 102 receiving YDs with 3 receiving TDs. Joseph on the other hand was a non-factor for New Mexico as he only appeared once on the stat sheet, posting 6 tackles and 1 INT. These are 4 very good players and will be hard to find replacements. Three Key Storylines Vincent Ortiz after his 3rd TD in his breakout game vs San Jose State 1. Can their offense be able to not fall into obscurity? Ortiz was probably the best player for New Mexico, but without their star player, will they falter? Ortiz has had an amazing career, but he never had WR help so New Mexico could never go far as they should've, now, since they added no help whatsoever at the WR position, what can they do in order to improve at the WR position and the answer is nothing, they don't have have good WRs now or even good WRs that you can expect to see in the next season or two so this team has put themselves in a hole for years to come, but then again, good recruiting this year might put them back on the map. 2. Can 4th year coach dml1 make the Lobos win again? dml1 just brought them to the conference championship just 2 seasons prior and this is a team that has some talent, but it's up to dml1 to provide a gameplan that works and if they do, will it help them or is the talent on their team not up to par that the gameplan will make no difference at all. dml1 has been the only coach in it's history and has gone 22-28 in his career with New Mexico, 4-8, 2-10, 11-3, and 5-7, something you wouldn't expect out of a talented team like New Mexico. dml1 has been changing pieces all the time and he's done a good job with the Lobos but the problem is that they haven't been consistent, a consistent team wins bowls and conference championships, something the Lobos hasn't done, but who knows, dml1 has gotten some good recuits to fill some holes, hopefully that trend continues. 3. Is this New Mexico's final step to achieve the fall from grace? The Lobos have been going down in talent and wins, will this be the year that they collapse completely? The Lobos has had success, but they didn't live up to their full potential and now they are going to suffer this season because of that. Some people think that they will be in the stuck in the cellar of the MWC for seasons to come, and some this a one year fling, that question is still in the air, they've lost Ortiz, Guthrie, and Stacy but they will (unless they transfer) be adding next season RB Colbert (2.5 of 4.5), CB Beasley (2.5 of 4.0), OLB Fagan (1.0 of 5.0), and C Dubois (1.0 of 5.0) so they do have some set pieces. Scenarios Best-Case Scenario The Lobos are able to cope without their stars and end up with a decent season again, going 6-6 and going to a bowl which they get demolished and prepare for they're future freshman. Worst-Case Scenario The Lobos can't do anything on offense and go 3-9, struggling to make a new identity for themselves. Will New Mexico progress or regress?

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