bellwoodbomb611

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  1. A low voter turnout provided some ...interesting results in this weeks poll. Now that we've had that thoughtful analysis brought to us by Rainforest CafeTM, let's take a look at the rankings. 1. Air Force Falcons 3-0 --- (2.) Hawaii Rainbow Warriors 3-0 --- (2.) Colorado State Rams 2-0 +1 4. Fresno State Bulldogs 2-1 +2 5. San Diego State Aztecs 2-1 -2 6. Boise State Broncos 1-2 +1 (7.) Nevada Wolfpack 1-2 -2 (7.) New Mexico Lobos 2-1 --- 9. Utah State Aggies 1-2 +1 10. San Jose State Spartans 1-2 +1 11. Wyoming Cowboys 0-3 +1 12. UNLV Rebels 1-2 -3
  2. Air Force is missing a touchdown on the statsheet.
  3. All stats are through the end of the 2019 CFBHC Season. Single-Season Rushing Records: Attempts 1. Frederick Chacon, 2017- 384 2. Frederick Chacon, 2016- 356 3. Xavier Valentine, 2019- 319 4. Andrew Lilly, 2019- 309 5. Grady Mitchell, 2018- 307 5. Moshae Jackson, 2016- 307 Yards 1. Frederick Chacon, 2016- 1,817 2. Grady Mitchell, 2017- 1,778 3. Grady Mitchell, 2018- 1,758 4. Frederick Chacon, 2017- 1,751 5. Moshae Jackson, 2016- 1,716 Touchdowns 1. Grady Mitchell, 2017- 28 2. Grady Mitchell, 2018- 21 3. Moshae Jackson, 2016- 19 3. Noel Minor, 2019- 19 5. Andrew Lilly, 2019- 17 5. Xavier Valentine, 2019- 17 Career Rushing Records: Attempts 1. Charles Rocha- 859 2. Frederick Chacon- 740 3. Charlie Pennington- 660 4. Grady Mitchell- 605 5. Xavier Valentine- 600* 7. Troy Tanner- 548* 8. Andrew Lilly- 476* 10. Jamal Suggs- 466* Yards 1. Charles Rocha- 4,186 2. Frederick Chacon- 3,568 3. Grady Mitchell- 3,536 4. Charlie Pennington- 3,014 5. Xavier Valentine- 2,738* 7. Troy Tanner- 2,393* 9. Andrew Lilly- 2,226* 10. Jamal Suggs- 1,808* Touchdowns 1. Grady Mitchell- 49 2. Charles Rocha- 35 3. Charlie Pennington- 31 4. Xavier Valentine- 28* 5. Frederick Chacon- 27 8. Troy Tanner- 24* 8. Andrew Lilly- 24* *Player is Active
  4. All records are through the end of the 2019 CFBHC Season. Only career stats will be shown. QB Career Rushing: Attempts 1. Alejandro Silva- 191 2. Darren Carroll- 182 3. Orly Vaccaro- 171 4. Nico Kaufman- 146* 5. Alfredo Adams- 138 7. Mamadou Bellamy- 101* Yards 1. Alejandro Silva- 1,185 2. Orly Vaccaro- 1,133 3. Darren Carroll- 954 4. Nico Kaufman- 875* 5. Alfredo Adams- 651 7. Mamadou Bellamy- 548 Touchdowns 1. Alejandro Silva- 24 2. Orly Vaccaro- 18 3. Darren Carroll- 17 4. Alfredo Adams- 12 5. Nico Kaufman- 8* 7. Jabari Sneed- 6** *Player is still Active **Player is Active but no longer starting
  5. He already has haha, was considering doing a media piece on it.
  6. I wasn't planning on doing QB rushing stats but I suppose that wouldn't be too difficult to include. I'll do this next.
  7. Please Note: All records are through the end of the 2019 season. 2020 season stats have not yet been recorded. Single-Season Passing: Completions 1. Robert Martin, 2016- 431 2. Ryan Harris, 2019- 381 3. David Kaplan, 2018- 364 4. Devin Conroy, 2019- 362 4. Devin Conroy, 2018- 362 Attempts 1. Robert Martin, 2016- 706 2. Devin Conroy, 2019- 605 3. Devin Conroy, 2018- 604 4. David Kaplan, 2016- 603 5. Ryan Harris, 2019- 601 Yards 1. Robert Martin, 2016- 4,735 2. Devin Conroy, 2018- 4,608 3. David Kaplan, 2018- 4, 502 4. Ryan Harris, 2019- 4,399 5. Devin Conroy, 2019- 4,213 Touchdowns 1. Robert Martin, 2016- 41 2. Devin Conroy, 2019- 38 3. Ryan Harris, 2019- 34 4. Devin Conroy, 2018- 31 4. Ryan Harris, 2018- 31 Interceptions 1. Theo Link, 2019- 19 2. Fabian Morin, 2016- 17 3. Travis Love, 2019- 15 4. Tom Stacy, 2019- 14 4. Lukas Bean, 2019- 14 4. Travis Love, 2018- 14 Career Passing: Completions 1. David Kaplan- 981 2. Devin Conroy- 906 3. Charlie Walter- 741 4. Ryan Harris- 726* 5. Adrian Jenkins- 654 8. Nico Kaufman- 461* Attempts 1. David Kaplan- 1,694 2. Devin Conroy- 1,513 3. Ryan Harris- 1,199* 4. Charlie Walter- 1,196 5. Adrian Jenkins, 1,072 8. Nico Kaufman- 710* Yards 1. David Kaplan- 10, 879 2. Devin Conroy- 10,760 3. Charlie Walter- 9,176 4. Ryan Harris- 8,236* 5. Adrian Jenkins- 7,638 8. Nico Kaufman- 6,253* Touchdowns 1. Devin Conroy- 85 2. Charlie Walter- 70 3. Ryan Harris- 65* 4. David Kaplan- 62 5. Adrian Jenkins- 55 9. Nico Kaufman- 36* Interceptions 1. David Kaplan- 29 1. Travis Love- 29* 3. Ryan Harris- 26* 3. David Easley- 26 5. Tom Stacy- 25 5. Jack Hess- 25 10. Robert Sullivan- 20* 11. Theo Link- 19* *Player Is Still Active Players with a reasonable chance to move into the top 5 during the 2020 CFBHC Season are listed below the top 5 in each category. Next Up: Rushing
  8. Out Cole'd Shawn Cole Benched in Blowout Loss to Panthers Cole after failing to convert another 3rd Down
  9. Welcome back to the MWC Power Rankings, sponsored by Rainforest Cafe.TM This week the majority of the conference was on bye, and almost everyone else wished they were on bye as only Air Force and Colorado State won their respective games this week. Air Force and Utah State kicked off the start of conference play with Air Force handily defeating the Aggies. Colorado State defeated Northern Illinois for the MWC's only other win this week. As far as the rankings go, pollvoters (for some reason) found Fresno State's loss to Michigan and bumped them up ahead of Boise State. There was no other movement in the rankings. Let's have a look... 1. Air Force Falcons 2-0 --- 2. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors 2-0 --- 3. San Diego State Aztecs 2-0 --- 4. Colorado State Rams 2-0 --- 5. Nevada Wolfpack 1-1 --- 6. Fresno State Bulldogs 1-1 +1 7. Boise State Broncos 0-2 -1 8. New Mexico Lobos 1-1 --- 9. UNLV Rebels 1-1 --- 10. Utah State Aggies 1-2 --- 11. San Jose State Spartans 1-2 --- 12. Wyoming Cowboys 0-2 ---
  10. The New York Islanders are looking for a new Head Coach, shoot me a message if you're interested.

  11. Listed twice. GG Noobie!
  12. Wild Wild West. Sponsored by Rainforest Cafe.
  13. Welcome back to the MWC Power Rankings, where this week we had a ton of senseless moving! Let's review some highlights from around the conference this week... -Air Force started their 2020 campaign off with a bang as they defeated #15 Mississippi State in convincing fashion. The Falcons maintained their chokehold on the #1 spot in our Power Rankings, and honestly it will be a surprise if they lose that at any point this season. -Hawaii and San Diego State maintained their #2 and #3 spots with wins over BYU and North Texas, respectively. Hawaii seems like the clear #2 in the conference, while the Aztecs seem like they may have a bit more proving to do after a pair of unconvincing wins against lower tier teams. -Colorado State moved up a spot in the rankings despite having a bye. I promise I didn't rig this. -Nevada got back on track this week with a nice win over Army. The Wolfpack has some work to do, though, before they get to the level they were on last season. -Pollvoters crucified Boise State after another tough loss, dropping them to #6. The Broncos need to find a way to get their offense going, and fast. With an 0-2 start, this season could quickly start to slip away if something doesn't change. -Fresno State beat one of the worst teams in the sim and moved ahead of New Mexico, who had a bye. Done. -UNLV and Utah State both picked up their first wins of the season and jumped San Jose State in the rankings despite San Jose State's respectable performance against Tennessee. -Wyoming is the unanimous last place. Time for some GK magic. The Rankings: 1. Air Force Falcons 1-0 --- 2. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors 2-0 --- 3. San Diego Aztecs 2-0 --- 4. Colorado State Rams 1-0 +1 5. Nevada Wolfpack 1-1 --- 6. Boise State Broncos 0-2 -2 7. Fresno State Bulldogs 1-0 +1 8. New Mexico Lobos 1-0 -1 9. UNLV Rebels 1-1 +1 10. Utah State Aggies 1-1 +1 11. San Jose State Spartans 1-1 -2 12. Wyoming Cowboys 0-1 ---
  14. I'm not, if you wanted to do that I think that'd be pretty cool.