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Jieret

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Jieret last won the day on July 25

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About Jieret

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    Tinkers with spreadsheets
  • Birthday 08/13/1974

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CFBHC

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    Washington Huskies

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    11
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    11
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    13
  • CFBHC Career
    Western Michigan Broncos (2019-2021), Washington Huskies (2022-Present)
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    Denver Broncos Head Coach (2021), Seattle Seahawks Owner/GM (2021-Present)
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    2x MAC Champion (2020, 2021), 1x Pac-12 Champion (2023), 1x CFBHC Coach of the Year (2020)
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  1. @Dr_Novella, I think you're confused about a few things. See, this apparently is what you think you are: When this is really what you are: How can you call yourself a Hurricane? You're not even a dust devil! The only thing you have in common with one is all that hot air! Don't worry though, I'm about to learn you some of that good Albany education. Are you ready for your first lesson, son? Are you? Are you really? Because you're going to get a Grade-A MASTERCLASS in real wrestling. I'm going to reach through those uselessly flapping lips of yours, take hold of those pneumonia-filled lungs of yours, and do everyone a favor when I twist them into knots so that no one else has to hear your BLAH BLAH BLAH. The only wind happening when we meet will come from all the circles I'm running around you. Your head's going to be spinning with everything that's going to happen to you! Don't worry though 'Hurricane', you'll have lots of time to absorb all the knowledge I'm throwing your way. Maybe you'll even learn how to wrestle! Because the Culdesac is the end of the road for you. When it's time for the graps... that's a wrap.
  2. We'll always have that fun WTF 2022 season, @NDIrish21. Thank you for everything you've done for the team!
  3. Seattle Seahawks: HC Jieret 2 years // $5 million $2.5 million per year
  4. Seattle Seahawks fire HC NDIrish21. Counts $1.25M against the coaching cap in 2024 and 2025.
  5. Seattle (AP) - Barely three weeks after bidding farewell to their head scout Qupax, the Seattle Seahawks again called a press conference. "I wish I didn't have to see you all again in this way," started Owner/GM Jieret. "But the circumstances demanded it. Head coach @NDIrish21 has been incommunicado ever since the Chiefs game despite several attempts to reach him. I've been left with no choice but to relieve him of his coaching duties. "The organization and I wish nothing but the best for NDIrish, wherever he is." Jieret went on to say that he would be taking up coaching duties for the foreseeable future.
  6. Jennings the Elder! I guess we chose to lose to Ryan Harris instead of Terrence Rodgers this week; gg @Nmize0, that offense is a scary thing to face. Glad we don't have to face you on the regular!
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  8. Last week had some STATEMENT games. TCU-USC? Both quarterbacks threw four touchdowns, but the difference is that Riley Sharp who threw more of them to his own team than Taylor Cook did. Miami (FL)-Oregon? A balanced attack in rainy Eugene forced the #MiamiIsBack train to take a detour. Cal-Washington? The Golden Bears served notice that they're coming for the North by knocking off last year's champ. So how did the voters stack up the resumes of the Conference of Champions? Let's find out! Remember: Since no one can make you feel a certain way except for you, if you don't like these rankings it's your fault. Pac-12 Power Rankings after Week 2 Rank (Poll Pts.) Team (First Place Votes) Record (Conf. Record) Streak Change from Last Week 1 (116) USC Trojans (6) 1-1 (0-0) W1 +1 2 (110) UCLA Bruins (4) 3-0 (0-0) W3 -1 3 (101) Oregon Ducks 1-1 (0-0) W1 - 4 (93) California Golden Bears 2-0 (1-0) W2 - 5 (75) Washington Huskies 1-2 (0-1) L1 - 6 (73) Arizona State Sun Devils 1-1 (1-0) W1 +3 7 (51) Arizona Wildcats 1-2 (0-0) W1 - 8 (48) Washington State Cougars 0-2 (0-1) L2 -2 9 (44) Utah Utes 1-1 (0-0) L1 -1 10 (36) Stanford Cardinal 1-1 (0-0) W1 +1 11 (22) Oregon State Beavers 1-1 (0-0) L1 -1 12 (11) Colorado Buffaloes 0-2 (0-0) L2 - Number of voters: 10 12 points awarded for first, 11 for second, etc. The big takeaway here for the week is Quality over Quantity. As in, USC's Quality win (and #QUALITYLOSS to LSU) outweighs the Bruins' undefeated record against Okie Light and a pair of tune-ups in the voters' minds. But as you can see from the point differential, it wasn't that cut and dried. Oregon and Cal are pretty well entrenched at 3 and 4, and that week 11 matchup in Autzen sure seems like it will determine the North. Despite a losing record the Huskies check in at 5, and barely ahead of the Sun Devils. There's quite a bit of separation between these two teams and the ones above AND below them, which makes you think they're currently considered the "best of a bunch of whelming teams." Arizona's win over Toledo doesn't mean as much as it would have three years ago, but it was enough to have them leading the rest. Coachless Stanford showed they still have a pulse (and gained a spot) by beating Northwestern. Coachless Colorado, on the other hand, not so much. This week's games: (* denotes non-conference) (0-1) at (1-1) (Big XII/Pac-12 Challenge)* (1-1) at (1-1) (1-1) at (0-2)* (2-0) at (2-0)* (1-2) at (1-1) (0-1) at (0-1)* (3-0) at (1-1) BYE: (1-2), (1-1) The P12 Network's Pick to Click? UCLA at Utah. Last year's matchup between these two teams was a rowdy and entertaining game that required a fourth-quarter comeback to give the Bruins the 31-28 win. It certainly gave a young Utes squad the confidence that they can go with virtually anybody in the conference. This year promises to be more of the same; there are enough question marks in both secondaries that we'd feel comfortable taking the Over in this game, whatever it is. (Please gamble responsibly.)
  9. Qupax resigns as the Seattle Seahawks scout. $250K cap hit in 2024.
  10. It is with a profound sense of regret that the Seattle Seahawks announce that they and @Qupax have agreed to a mutual parting of ways. His passions are taking him in a different direction and we wish him the best in all his future endeavors. -Jieret
  11. Jieret

    [2024] Week #2 - MNF

    lol how did we beat the niners last week
  12. A couple of statement wins for the Pac-12! How did this week's results influence your rankings, let us know! Non-Pac coaches are welcome to vote also! Vote HERE: https://forms.gle/dnH115JfSd7xjoA6A (deadline is 11:59 AM Wednesday EST) Pac-12 Results, Week 2 Rank Team, Result Record (Conf. Record) Streak Next Week 1 UCLA Bruins WON at Connecticut 52-3 3-0 W3 at Utah (1-1) 2 USC Trojans WON vs. TCU 35-31 1-1 W1 at Arizona St. (1-1) 3 Oregon Ducks WON vs. Miami (FL) 27-24 1-1 W1 BYE 4 California Golden Bears WON at Washington 23-17 2-0 (1-0) W2 vs. UNLV (2-0) 5 Washington Huskies LOST vs. California 17-23 1-2 (0-1) L1 at Oregon St. (1-1) 6 Washington State Cougars LOST at Arizona St. 24-27 0-2 (0-1) L2 vs. Liberty (0-1) 7 Arizona Wildcats WON vs. Toledo 10-17 1-2 W1 BYE 8 Utah Utes LOST at Kansas 17-20 1-1 L1 vs. UCLA (3-0) 9 Arizona State Sun Devils WON vs. Washington St. 27-24 1-1 (1-0) W1 vs. USC (1-1) 10 Oregon State Beavers LOST at Oklahoma St. 17-41 1-1 L1 vs. Washington (1-2) 11 Stanford Cardinal WON at Northwestern 35-27 1-1 W1 vs. Texas (0-1) 12 Colorado Buffaloes LOST at Kansas St. 14-27 0-2 L1 vs. Nebraska (1-1)
  13. Looks like this was fixed; TCU no longer has a 2nd quarter TD.
  14. GG @noodlz2, you got your payback. Gonna have to figure out to work around Kofi Walls, because he certainly isn't producing as things stand.
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