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    [2020] Week #12 - Saturday Night

    not the performance i was hoping to see from usf.
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    [2022] Week #12 - Saturday Morning

    i don't know what bothers me more, the fact that Tulane has a better record than me, or the fact that they held you to less points than i did
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    [Jumbro Post] 2022 Mock Draft

    Would not be mad tbh. I think our Dline needs desperate help..particularly at the end spot..and our Corners have struggled most of the year(granted we really only have one right now. one has been hurt for all but 2 games, another is a rookie, and a 3rd who is...a career deep dept-chart backup player.) But we need to start infusing some young blood into the oline..We picked up a guard that i really like so far..and we do have a young takle that might need another year or two to mature, but this would be a solid pickup i think for us and someone DNJ would need
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    [2022] CFBHC's most bleachable skill players

    remember when ECU was excited for Amir Turner?
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    [2022] Week #12 - TNF

    Good Game @Time. i knew it wasn't gonna be pretty.
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    [2022] Week 11 Coaches Poll

    needs more AAC
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    [2022] Imposter's Bowl Projections: Post-Week 11

    i wonder if that strategy would work for me
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    [2022] Week #11 - 4 PM

    well...huh.
  9. i wouldn't wanna be in Baltimore either.
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    [2022] Week #11 - 1 PM

    Good win for the saints, just pulling it out.
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    [2022] Week #11 - Saturday Afternoon

    So apparently i can beat a 7-2 Tulsa team 42-10..but i can't beat Cincinnati (or anyone else for that matter)
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    [2022] Week #11 - FNF

    i wonder how well they would be doing if whats his name not gotten caught up in the purge. He seemed like he was recruiting well (all things considered) and seem like he wanted to build the school. Shame he couldn't do something simple. Faulk i think is gonna get a hit in the nfl because of poor coaching and a bad team around him.Not that its the current coaches fault. he just got here.
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    [2022] Week #11 - TNF

    im so glad the seahawks are starting to turn it around..making me feel better about losing to them
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    [2022] Around the NFLHC: Week 10

    "Plenty of time to get back into the playoff race..if your team will stop dying!"
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    [2022] Week 10 Coaches Poll

    The Best 1-7 team in the country.
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    Do you dream?

    a year ago? No. Starting a few months ago? Always. I do not like this.
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    Way Too Early 2019 Top 25 Poll

    This is the biggest wtf poll i've ever seen. I get CBS sports is gonna suck off certain teams..but omg. Didn't Michigan and UGA just get embarrassed? Oklahoma feels a little high, but meh im whatever about them. Ohio State i feel like is way overrated here. losing starting qb, losing a major coach..and i think some big defensive pieces..I agree with what some others have said about ND. They are losing too much i think to be that high at least at the start. And don't get me Started on UCF..and the fact that they are above Florida?...Get the fuck out of here.(not saying Florida should be top five..but they should be ranked higher..at least higher than ucf). Nebraska..needs to prove they can beat teams before they can be shoved onto this list. Weren't they like 5-7? Its weird Alabama is 1 and Clemson is 2..that just feels disrespectful. Still not sold on Texas being back..but they did have a huge win over UGA.
  18. Base starting skills Offense: 13 Defense: 15 Special Teams: 9 Clock Mgmt: 9 Discipline: 11 Youth Mgmt: 9 CFBHC Career: East Carolina Pirates (2019-Present) NFLHC Career: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach (2019-Present) Achievements: NFLHC Coach of the Year (2021) Breakdown: (Off/Def/ST/Clock/Disc./Youth) 2019 Adjustments: +2/+1/-1/0/+1/-1 Traits after 2019: 12/11/9/10/11/9 2020 Adjustments: 0/+2/+1/-1/-1/+1 Traits after 2020: 12/13/10/9/10/10 2021 Adjustments: +1/+2/-1/0/+1/-1 Traits after 2021: 13/15/9/9/11/9
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    [2022] Week #10 - 1 PM

    we're the best division in football. Duh
  20. Week 10 Rankings AAC Season Rankings SMU Mustangs Leads the AAC with 276 Points. Week 10 has come and gone, and with it, so has another round of exciting AAC match ups. Temple(4-3) was almost upset by ECU(1-7), UCONN(1-7) gave UCF(5-3) more of a fight than they were expecting, and Tulsas(6-2) magical season continued as they knocked off Toledo. Despite Win-loss records, some teams have been far more successful than what their record currently shows. We will take a look at both offensive, and defensive standings for the conference as a whole. Point For Rankings Looking at the Point For Rankings, the top two, Temple and SMU, probably doesn't surprise many people. SMU and Temple have probably been the two most dominate teams in the AAC for the last five seasons. UCF, Navy and other teams have competed with them, but Temple and SMU still are usually the top dogs of their respective divisions. Tulsa however..Tulsa has long been a bottom dweller. For them to come out this season and play to a 6-2 record, as well as being one of the top scorers..That is one hell of an accomplishment and their coach should be proud. While they may not have the hardest schedule in the conference, they manage to beat SMU..At SMU. Oddly enough however they were trounced by ECU 42-10. Still, the West continues to grow stronger and become way more competitive. Hopefully they can keep this up, and make the big strides like Navy and Memphis has. SMU is still the team to beat, but they shouldn't be able to roll through their division anymore. Especially since four of the top 6 teams are all in the west, with Temple and ECU being the only two teams from the East. ECU is a surprising member of this list considering their 1-7 record on the season, but also because they have not been able to run the ball at all this season. For them to still find a way to score, and keep all of their games close, has been a miracle. Houston has been disappointing this season. They struggled early in the season putting up on 12.6 points a game. They've seem to have found their way a little bit, but the defense has just not been there for them. Passing Yards This is probably the most mind blowing part of this list. At the start of the season, if you would have said ECU, Tulsa or UCONN would be the top three passing teams..at any point in the season, I would have laughed and just said "K." However, here we are. With only 4 games left in the season for most teams, ECU, Tulsa and Uconn are the three best passing teams up to this point. A good thing to for ECU because how damn..their run game is awful. Awful as in, if it isn't the worst in the country, its pretty close. Uconn has been one of those teams that has had a good passing offense for the last few seasons, but their defense, and lack of coaching consistency has really hurt them. Temple being in the bottom half is surprising, but they have a young QB, a great coach so i expect next season we will see them bounce right back. Rushing Yards Again we see Temple and SMU atop of the list. Both of these teams have been dominate up front and control the clock with their running game. We saw Temple this week struggle to throw the ball against a team who..well hasn't been very good against the pass. But they were able to keep the ball, and limit the time the opponent had to make a big comeback and win. A Surprising team being as high up as they are is Cincinnati. They are a team to watch for the rest of the season as they have won 3 of their last 4 games. Houston and USF have been struggling, and UCF just managed to escape UCONN. We could very well see a bowl Bound Cincy team if they can keep it together moving forward. At the Bottom, we have UCoNN and ECU. As we already mentioned, ECU is..deplorable on the ground game. While Uconn is doing a little better, they aren't doing much better. Points Against Navy is the best defense in the conference. They have been consistent in all three categories that we have been looking at. Given who they have remaining on their schedule, they will probably stay near the top. They have been very impressive so far this season. Only three teams have manage to score 20 or more against Navy. ECU, Notre dame and SMU. Temple, while they have been impressive, Navy really has been in a whole other league. As much as we've been bragging about Tulsa, it is surprising to see that they are low. They've played very welll offensively, but if they ever expect to compete and hang with the big dogs year in and year out, then we need to see that defense grow. They have to play better. As well as ECU. They have too many good players on the defensive side of the ball to be as low as they are in every category. They are young, but they need to step it up and help what has been an over all impressive offense win games. Cincinnati Continues to take steps to be a better team. They have done well with keeping opponents off the board. They held ECU for example to their lowest score of the season, something Temple and Navy both didn't do. Passing Yards Against Temple's secondary has been a model of efficiency. They have dominated most receivers and quarterbacks this season. They have let only one team throw for more than 300 yards on them so far this season(and that team can't run so it almost doesn't count). USF and Navy has been solid as well. Tulsa..has not been. ECU is doing slightly better than them..but SMU is not a team we would have expected to have this low. They have given up 1860 yard through the air. They still have to play ECU, but Houston and Memphis are also left on their schedule. Seeing as neither of those two have been dominate through the air, they should improve as far as their ranking by the time the season ends. Rush Yards Against Navy Continues their defensive dominance against the run as well. It does help that combined, ECU and UConn totaled 34 yards rushing against Navy..but even against everyone else they have been very good. Their only two losses are also the only two times they allowed more than a 100 yards rushing. And again, Cincinnati pops up on a defensive list. If they can work on their pass defense, and figure out their offense, they really could have a good team. At least better than whatever thought they were. We still have a few games left in the season, but this is a very good look at where each team is compared to the other teams in the conference. While there are some expected outcomes, a few of these teams surprised us.
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    [2022] AAC Seasonal Rankings

    Probably, and in the future I might keep the stats for the conference when the season starts to make it easier to look at per game stuff, trends, etc. I will say, though i mostly agree with per game stats, those to can be a little misleading as some teams play fcs and sunbelt teams and that throws it off as well. Next time, i might add the P/G as well that way it has a little of both. I want to try to do something like this on a more regular basis. or have someone as well as me doing stuff like this
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    [2022] Week #10 - 1 PM

    Well...Sometimes it be like that. Thanks for coming back and playing for 1 game Still. You're the mvp.
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    [2022] Week #10 - Saturday Evening

    AAC is best
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    [2022] Week #10 - FNF

    Good game Alien, your streak against me continues for now! Other than one year, i always seem to play you really close. Hopefully next season i can end this streak and come out on top. WE got good things going on in Greenville..Can't wait to see what the future brings! For the first time since 2017 though..we won't be going to a bowl game I mentioned Theo Guinn might have broken the freshman record last week for sacks..however after looking it up, he only tied it. This week however he Broke it and is now a handful of sacks away from breaking the team single season record for sacks! I'm so happy to see he is making a huge impact from the start.
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