bmlig95

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  1. YEAH MAN!!! THE STREAK IS OVER Thanks to all the guys that helped me
  2. PAC-12 Game of the Week Week 1 The Game: Colorado Buffaloes (0-0) at #2 USC Trojans (0-0) The Place: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum The Line: Colorado at USC (-11) The Time: Saturday Evening Why's this the PAC-12 Game of The Week? Actually, that's an easy question to answer: They're the only PAC-12 Matchup in Week 1! Besides that, both teams have very competent coaches, good teams, and USC is very high ranked. What to look for? USC's Three Headed Monster. USC's offense last year was one of the best in the country, and Trickett and Cordero coming back will only help. You take that with the addition of Gulla, and this offense might be even better. If Trickett ins given time to think what he's going to do with the football, this might be a looooong game for the Buffaloes. What's this game worths? To Colorado, this game is a very good chance to see their young players battling against a very good and very experienced squad. Besides that, every time you play a ranked team is a good opportunity to show to the other coaches that you are being underestimated, and Franz and his squad are ready to show the critics that they are better than the 8th team in PAC-12. USC is the number 2 ranked team in the country, was voted by the PAC-12 coaches as the favorite to win the conference this year and is playing at home. Every long road, especially a championship road, needs to start at somewhere, and USC journey starts here. The expectations are high, but, the question remain: can iliveinadreamatorium make it? Can he lead the Trojans to the PAC-12 title and the Playoffs? We will see, starting this saturday. Keys to the Game Colorado Running Game If the Buffaloes wants to win this game, Latavious Murray and their OL will have to do a heck of a job. USC's front seven, leaded by Ilan Kuhn, is not going to be an easy task, but, relying only on the passing game is not an option. If they need to convert a lot of third and longs, or, need to throw a lot the football, things might get out of hand pretty quickly. USC Limit Turnover USC have a more experienced and more talented team than Colorado. But, if they keep giving the ball to the Buffaloes, this maybe will not matter. They gotta play safe. In my opinion, the only way the Buffaloes could come away with the victory is if they win the turnover battle by a large margin. With that, the USC's team has to take care of the ball. Key Stat Seniority USC is a much more experienced team than Colorado. On average, USC players are almost one year more experienced and tested than Buffaloes' players. While Colorado's team is full of good players, they are still young, and, on the other hand, most of the Trojan's' best players have already played at least 3 years. To put thing in perspective, only 4 USC players are Fr, (Fr) or So, and just one of these players play on defense. While, on the Colorado's side, they're starting 8 players that are Fr, (Fr) or So. Key Matchups Colorado Receivers X USC Defensive Backs When you look at the Buffaloes Depth Chart, you clearly see that one of their weakest groups are their receiving core. When you take Ibrahim Herbert out of the equation, there's not too much left. You sum that with the fact that USC's DBs are one of the best units in the PAC-12, led by CB Jabari Thorpe and FS Gabe Bauman (Leaded PAC-12 in 2019 with 7 interceptions). Colorado is going to need to run effectively with the ball. If that's not the case, Evan Torres will have a hard time facing these USC DBs Ethan Tripp (USC's RT) X Josh Bain (Colorado's DE) If Trickett has time to throw the football, or has plenty of holes to run by, USC should not encounter greater problems to beat Colorado. That's why this is a huge matchup. Bain is the best DL from Buffaloes, and Tripp is the worst OL from Trojans. That means that Bain has the chance to put some pressure, and take Trickett out of his comfort zone, giving to the Buffaloes at least some chances. Best NFLHC Prospects OT Kevin Grey - USC CB Jabari Thorpe - USC P Giuseppe Bernstein - USC TE Ibrahim Herbert - Colorado
  3. Okay guys. I'm not expecting anyone to let me have any players. I was just kidding and thought it was obvious, but, any way. If I wants him, I'll try to figure a way of getting him, and, if I think I won't be able, I~ll change my strategy. I'm not expecting no one giving nothing for free.
  4. Of course I know that. But, saying that people should star the player I'm starring is doing no favor
  5. That's why people should let me have my QB. It's a chance to change that
  6. I don't know why people cannot let me have my 5.0 QB
  7. If, for example, Oregon State puts 5 points into recruit X, does this mean that only Oregon State gets the freely in-state bonus, or, Oregon and teams from borders states (bordering state bonus) gets it too?
  8. Here is the template: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Template:Oregon_State_Beavers_football I'll start putting the informations where it belongs (making pages for the last seasons and things like that)
  9. Depth chart updated
  10. With the 2020 season not too far away, the PAC-12 coaches voted on the Pre-Season Power Ranking, that will be updated weekly during the season. Here are the results: 1st - USC Trojans 2nd - Washington State Cougars 3rd - Arizona Wildcats 4th - Oregon Ducks 5th - California Golden Bears 6th - Arizona State Sun Devils 7th - Stanford Cardinals 8th - Colorado Buffaloes 9th - Washington Huskies 10th - Utah Utes 11st - UCLA Bruins 12nd - Oregon State Beavers
  11. Created a page for my Starting QB - Ralph Julian: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Ralph_Julian Created a Navbox of the Oregon State`s starting QBs: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Template:Oregon_State_Beavers_Starting_Quarterback Created a page for Williams High School: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Williams_High_School Just a question, but, to receive the bonus recruiting points, all the work needs to be done on wednesday?
  12. Hey guys, does anyone have any spot open on the staff of a NFLHC team?

  13. ALL PAC-12 Teams and Awards First and foremost, I would like to thank all the PAC-12 coaches that voted for the 1st and 2nd team. Second, I would like to thank all the coaches for the accepting me and always answering my questions Now, let's look at the teams. [2019] ALL PAC-12 1ST TEAM (voted by the coaches) QB: David Oates - 324/521, 4031YDS, 34 TDs, 5 INTs RB: Trevon Yeldon - 260 att, 1454yds, 20 TDs, 5,5yds/att WR: Jeremy Cook - 75 cat, 1068yds, 10 TDs WR: Hakeem Black - 90 cat, 1253 yds, 10 TDs WR: Elijah Talley - 71 cat, 960yds, 8 TDs TE: Eduardo Cantu - 48 cat, 614yds, 8 TDs OT: Elijah Dillard - 7,00 OL avg OT: Kevin Grey - 7,34 OL avg OG: Joshua Whitlock - 7,00 OL avg OG: Ethan Champion - 7,34 OL avg OC: Richard Guthrie - 7,34 OL avg DE: Tyler Toney - 43 tckl, 9,5 scks, 1 sfty DT: Christian Okonkwo - 41 tckl, 11,5 scks, 2 FF, 1 FR DE: Eric Jennings - 28 tckl, 9 scks, 1 Sfty, 1 FF, 2 FR OLB: Logan Brumfield - 49 tckl, 2 scks ILB: Norris Toney - 75 tckl, 0,5 sck, 1 FF, 1 FR ILB: Austin Clemons - 76 tckls, 1,5 scks OLB: Patrick Haines - 45 tckl, 2,5 scks, 1 INT CB: Eric Hall - 27 tckls, 4 INTs, 2 TDs CB: Blaine Lewis-Thompson - 12 tckls, 6 INTs, 2 TDs FS: Gabe Bauman - 28 tckls, 7 INTs SS: Dylan Mosley - 30 tckls, 5 INTs [2019] ALL PAC-12 2ND TEAM (voted by the coaches) QB: Luke Trickett - 286/442, 3669yds, 22 TDs, 6 INTs, 416 RuYds, 5 RuTds RB: Latavious Murray - 290 atts, 1436yds, 16 TDs, 4,9yds/att WR:Arturo Beckham - 63 cat, 808yds, 8 TDs WR: William Doherty - 65 cat, 922 yds, 4 TDs WR:Daniel Marshall - 59 cat, 846yds, 7 TDs TE:William Johnson - 57 cat, 688yds, 4 TDs OT: Victor Rivera - 6,6 OL avg OT: Michael Escobar - 6,65 OL avg OG: Ian Hendrickson - 6,6 OL avg OG: Mateo Renteria - 6,65 OL avg OC: Hunter Farrell - 7,00 OL avg DE:Leon Maimoana - 31 tckl, 6,5 scks DT:Beckett Couch - 40 tckls, 8,5 scks, 1 Sfty DE:Hunter McNair - 21 tckls, 4,5 scks, 1 FF, 2 FR OLB:Riley Nicholas - 14 tckls, 2,5 scks, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD ILB:Louis Landry - 61 tckls, 1 Sck, 3 INTs, 1 TD ILB:Ethan McIntyre - 53 tckls, 1 sck, 1 TD OLB:Mark Powell - 45 tckls, 0,5sck, 1 INT CB:Donald Garcia - 32 tckls, 4 INTs, 1 TD CB:Tomas Weathers - 27 tckls, 4 INTs, 1 TD FS:Derrick Dennis - 44 tckls, 3 INTs, 1 TD SS:Patrick Causey - 20 tckls, 4 INT [2019] PAC-12 Awards (voted by the coaches) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: David Oates OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: David Oates DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Christian Okonkwo COACH OF THE YEAR: Contapatedape
  14. Since we already have the recruiting rankings (thanks inspiral) of the last four seasons, let's take a look at the teams that are recruiting better, and have more talent coming for the 2020 Season 1. TCU - 121.82 avg 2. Michigan - 118.36 avg 3. Auburn - 97.5 avg 4. Penn State - 97.01 avg 5. Alabama - 93.34 6. Toledo - 89.80 7. Arizona - 87.14 8. Purdue - 85.80 9. SMU - 81.79 10. Washington - 80.74 11. Oklahoma - 80.73 12. LSU - 79.44 13. Mississippi State - 79.24 14. Boston College - 77.05 15. Temple - 75.26 16. Washington State - 74.48 17. Oklahoma State - 73.80 18. Nevada - 73.59 19. Kansas - 73.36 20. Maryland - 72.20 21. Duke - 71.51 22 - San Diego State - 70.98 23. Oregon - 70.18 24. Nebraska - 70.09 25 - Texas - 69.49 26 - Iowa State - 69.30 27. Illinois - 68.55 28. Minnesota - 68.03 29. Air Force - 67.11 30. USC - 66.99 31. Clemson - 66.56 32. Georgia - 65.40 33. Ohio State - 64.81 34. UCLA - 64.47 35. Missouri - 62.97 36. Vanderbilt - 62.29 37. Baylor - 62.07 38. Texas A&M - 60.66 39. South Carolina - 59.98 40. New Mexico - 58.86 41. USF - 57.36 42. Boise State - 56.82 43. Wisconsin - 56.67 44. Rice - 55.52 45. Tennessee - 55.33 46. Ole Miss - 54.98 47. Western Michigan - 54.72 48. Old Dominion - 54.71 49. Stanford - 54.59 50. Pittsburgh - 53.98 51. Florida - 53.89 52. Hawaii - 52.31 53. North Carolina State - 51.94 54. UCF - 51.46 55. Colorado - 49.88 56. Arizona State - 49.62 57. California - 49.53 58. Iowa - 48.67 59. Utah - 48.53 60. Southern Miss - 48.45 61. Texas Tech - 47.84 62. UTSA - 46.13 63. Arkansas - 46.10 64. Navy - 45.46 65. Virginia Tech - 45.18 66. Michigan State - 45.14 67. Ball State - 44.61 68. Western Kentucky - 44.29 69. Buffalo - 43.94 70. Marshall - 43.65 71. Virginia - 43.53 72. Memphis - 43.17 73. Florida State - 42.89 74. Ohio - 42.49 75. Northwestern - 42.19 76. Connecticut - 41.9 77. Middle Tennessee - 41.61 78. Kansas State - 41.47 79. Northern Illinois - 40.63 80. Bowling Green - 40.56 81. Kentucky - 40.53 82. Notre Dame - 39.79 83. ECU - 39.58 84. Miami (OH) - 39.55 85. Indiana - 38.77 86. Houston - 38.74 87. Colorado State - 38.47 88. Miami (Fl) - 38.31 89. Georgia Tech - 38.21 90. Cincinnati - 36.91 91. Charlotte - 36.87 92. Florida Atlantic - 36.68 93. North Texas - 36.29 94. Georgia State - 35.74 95. BYU - 35.59 96. Fresno State - 35.27 97. Louisville - 34.57 98. Army - 34.01 99. Tulsa - 33.58 100. Syracuse - 33.03 101. Rutgers - 32.79 102. Central Michigan - 32.56 103. Tulane - 32.09 104. UAB - 31.88 105. Oregon State - 31.8 106. West Virgnia - 31.66 107. North Carolina - 29.94 108. UTEP - 29.09 109. San Jose State - 28.17 110. Akron - 28.02 111. Eastern Michigan - 26.10 112. Florida International - 25.25 113. Utah State - 24.18 114. Wake Forest - 23.71 115. UNLV - 22.11 116. Louisiana Tech - 22.07 117. Wyoming - 15.97 118. Kent State - 8.80
  15. I need 1 home and home in CFBHC for 20/21, and, all games for 20/21 in CBBHC. Just send the invites

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