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Jieret

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About Jieret

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    Tinkers with spreadsheets
  • Birthday 08/13/1974

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    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 CFBHC Coach of the Year (2020)
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  1. Jieret

    mcogen

    Welcome, the AAC commissioner should be along soon(ish) to further your application. Glad to have you here! @TheTodd15
  2. Younger players will be fairly patient if they see a future path to playing time, especially if they are not yet at their full potential. Transfer points and Promise values added to second post.
  3. Updated June 13 Conference commissioners have final say in approving prospective coaches to jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: American Athletic Conference @TheTodd15 Memphis Tigers Tulane Green Wave Conference USA @Bubada Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Marshall Thundering Herd Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) @SolutionA Eastern Washington Eagles Florida A&M Rattlers North Dakota Fighting Hawks Northern Iowa Panthers Portland State Vikings Yale Bulldogs Independents @joedchi Army Black Knights Liberty Flames Massachusetts Minutemen New Mexico State Aggies Mid-American Conference @npklemm Akron Zips Bowling Green Falcons Eastern Michigan Eagles Kent State Golden Flashes Miami (OH) Redhawks Toledo Rockets Mountain West Conference @gigemags11 San Jose State Spartans Utah State Aggies Pacific-12 Conference @bingo415 Colorado Buffaloes Sun Belt Conference @rabidsnowman Appalachian State Mountaineers Georgia State Panthers Troy Trojans Commissioners: If you have special circumstances/requests regarding any job applications (e.g. PM you directly before applying), please let me know. PSA: Unless you are a frequent poster/shoutboxer, DO NOT login anonymously. Doing this if you are an infrequent/rare poster makes it look like you are not actively coaching (haven't logged on in 14 days), and your team could erroneously get put on this list.
  4. Also listed as +2/C in the 2022 draft eligible players post.
  5. Questions from the Shoutbox (edited)* If a (JR) transfers, do they have to sit a year or are they eligible immediately? They must sit out a year unless going from FBS to FCS or they are granted a Hardship Waiver. @llamas Can someone who you JUST signed out of JUCO want to transfer? Possible but very unlikely at this time unless they are at the bottom of a logjam at the position. @alienufo Can a team get a transfer that would also be buried on their DC if playing time is cited as their reason for leaving? A team could, but it's very possible they may leave again if they don't see a path to playing time. @gigemags11 Where is the portal? The Portal is not active yet, the first post is only the overview of how things will work. There will be more information and instructions to follow. @Tyrone28 *Please let me know if I edited your question incorrectly.
  6. Transfer and Promise Point Values Transfer Points (XP): All teams get 35 weekly XP. There is no carryover of XP; you cannot save XP in Phase 2's week 1 to spend during week 2. Promise Values: Each Promise costs 2 XP to make. Depending on the promise level you get a set amount of base points plus a random value in the range in parenthesis: High prestige: >3.70 coach & team avg. prestige Low-level promise: 2 + (0.250-1.250) Medium-level promise: 4 + (0.750-2.000) High-level promise: 6 + (1.500-4.500) Average prestige: 2.30-3.70 coach & team avg. prestige Low-level promise: 2 + (0.500-1.500) Medium-level promise: 4 + (1.000-2.500) High-level promise: 6 + (2.000-4.500) Low prestige: <2.30 coach & team avg. prestige Low-level promise: 2 + (0.750-1.500) Medium-level promise: 4 + (1.000-3.000) High-level promise: 6 + (2.500-5.000)
  7. Additions to the Portal Process (6/10/2019) Hardship Waivers: In VERY rare circumstances a Hardship Waiver may be granted to bypass the one-year waiting period for transferring players. These waivers would ONLY be used for a player who is leaving a program because of broken promises or other circumstances deemed dire by the NCAA. -Intent: To discourage someone from signing players with certain expectations (for example, to start) and hold them "hostage" using their declining lack of eligibility.
  8. v1.1 6/9/2019 The NCAA Transfer Portal: Overview Second Post: Additions Third Post: Weekly Transfer and Promise Values Fourth Post: TBD The transfer process has been revamped to provide more interaction. All teams will have a set amount of weekly Transfer Points (XP) to use over the course of the transfer period (currently planned for 3 weeks total), all in order to convince transferring players to stay or convince players to transfer to them. Who is eligible to enter the portal? Any player with a potential of 3.0 or higher and who is not a true freshman is eligible. What factors go into a player deciding to enter the portal? As of right now, playing time is the only consideration for entering the portal. Other factors may come into play at a later date. The Transfer Process There will be two phases to the transfer process. The first phase begins after all CFBHC depth charts are done; players may choose to enter the transfer portal at that time. -Phase 1: Coaches will be given ONE chance to convince players to withdraw their names from consideration. Coaches will be given a probability level to convince a player; they can increase their chances by spending XP and making promises to the player. XP spent during this phase will be deducted from Phase 2's Week 1 allotment of points. If a coach is successful in convincing a player to stay, they will withdraw their name from the portal. If points are not spent to convince a player to stay, that player WILL leave regardless of their probability level. Can other coaches see how much XP I used, who I tried to convince, or what promises I made? No. -Phase 2: This is a two-week process similar to JuCo. Any players still in the portal may be bid on except for redshirt seniors, who can only go to FCS schools. However, players may have considerations listed that affect the decision process. The higher the consideration, the more it can influence a school's recruitment of them - both good and bad. (e.g. a 1.0 prestige school probably shouldn't try recruiting a player that values Team Prestige highly). Just like Phase 1, coaches spend points and can make promises to further influence the player. After Week 1, any team leading on a player by more than 10 points signs that player. After Week 2, the required lead to sign a player is more than 5 points if he has more than one bid. If a player has bids and is still undecided after this week, his destination is determined via weighted coin flip. Any player with only one team bidding on them will sign with that team. Are there any restrictions on who I can bid on? You may not bid on your own players in Phase 2. Can other coaches see how much XP I used or what promises I made? No. I have more than three transfer signings! What happens? Among the group of signees that caused you to exceed your limit, the signee with the lowest number of points you spent on him is dropped from your class as though you never bid on him. This repeats until you reach your limit of three signees. Players with the same number of points are chosen randomly to be dropped. Can I drop a transfer signee to sign a better player? No. What happens if a player enters the portal and is not recruited at all? They will do one of the following; return to their original school, attend JuCo (unlikely unless the player has pro potential), or move on to an AI-controlled school. This last option is to prevent long-time AI schools from being completely devoid of talent. Promises Coaches can promise players that certain goals will be met for the upcoming season. Each Promise costs 2 XP to make and provides a bonus to the team's ability to convince a player. Promises are grouped and may have Low/Medium/High components to them. For each player, only one component may be chosen from each group. Example: A team could promise a specific player that they will win 6 (Low), 8 (Medium), or 10 (High) games next season. They cannot promise the player that they will win 6 AND 8 games next season. While a team can make as many promises as they want, they must make all their promises to a player at one time - they cannot make promises to the same player in both weeks of Phase 2. Promises are also modified by the averaged coach and team prestige scores; higher prestige teams making lower-level Promises will not gain as many points as a lower prestige team; it's a bigger deal for Liberty to make six wins than Auburn. Important: Promises are tracked; failure to keep your promises can result in penalties such as players wanting to transfer away from the school, losing future XP, and/or hits to Coaching Prestige among others. Miscellany Transfers do not affect recruiting class size. This may change in the future. There are currently no limits on the number of players that could enter the portal from a single school. There is a limit of three transfer players that can sign with a school. Other Hardship Waivers: In VERY rare circumstances a Hardship Waiver may be granted to bypass the one-year waiting period for transferring players. These waivers would ONLY be used for a player who is leaving a program because of broken promises or other circumstances deemed dire by the NCAA. -Intent: To discourage someone from signing players with certain expectations (for example, to start) and hold them "hostage" using their declining lack of eligibility.
  9. Love reading these, @bingo415, and I pretty much agree with everything you wrote. One thing I will mention is that true freshman 2/5 SS D'Onta Streeter is going to get a long look in spring ball.... Wazzu pls
  10. YOU KNOW WHAT I -didn't submit and that's a good thing. Would've taken a big goose egg on this one.
  11. Jieret

    [2023] CFBHC Schedule

    Washington Huskies OOC Schedule: Week 2 - Hawaii (Neutral Game - AT&T Stadium (Jerry World), Arlington, TX) @gigemags11 Week 4 - at Illinois @FlutieFlakes Week 12 - at SMU @Time
  12. They are. Missed that on the copy/paste, fixing now
  13. The Seattle Seahawks send to rookie camp: QB Kyler Tackett 6-2 221 R Texas [Hybrid] [0/C] 78 QB Giovanni Shaw 6-2 216 R Eastern Michigan [Scrambling] [0] 75 RB Jordan Godson 5-7 187 R Boston College [Speed] [0] 79 WR Samuel Gulla 6-3 189 R USC [Target] [-2] 80 TE Jasper Rowley 6-1 216 R Central Michigan [Blocking] [-1] 75 OG Miles Herman 6-3 259 R Kentucky [Run Blocking] [0] 76 C Nikolas DeJesus 6-2 284 R Arizona State [Run Blocking] [0] 73 DE Travis Napier 6-2 261 R Colorado [Contain] [0] 77 DT Collin McCartney 6-7 281 R Ohio State [2-Gap] [+1/C] 77 ILB Nicholas Quinn 6-3 240 R Nebraska [Mike] [+2] 75 OLB Tavarius Hicks 5-11 233 R UCLA [Blitz] [+1] 76 CB Blaine Lewis-Thompson 5-11 193 R California [Man Coverage] [+2] 81 SS Mekhi Patterson 5-11 187 R Navy [Zone Coverage] [0] 73 SS Henry Krause 6-1 176 R Toledo [Zone Coverage] [+1/C] 66 P Eric Webster 5-8 179 R SDSU [Accuracy] [+1] 76 #GoHawks
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