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Hagan last won the day on November 8 2019

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    South Carolina Gamecocks (2020-2023), Georgia Bulldogs (2024-Present)
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    Carolina Panthers Scout (2020-2021), New York Giants Owner (2021-Present)
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  1. South Carolina Hagan: Georgia Hagan: Giants Owner Hagan: (alternate reality where Trump achieves his true dream of owning an NFL franchise and not a knockoff version.... has a baller stadium, gold urinals)
  2. Especially because a lot of newer coaches get teams that have players that would usually fall into the skill range of player that would qualify for NFLHC Europe as well I think it would be interesting. I think it would be cool if there's some potential for later round NFLHC guys to maybe decide to go to Europe for $$ or development reasons. There's a lot of potential in adding an additional professional league I think. As long as the coach base is active and engaged I think this is a natural progression from adding some FCS last season. I will say though, I would probably rank previous mentioned additions to NFLHC, like the ownership update, higher on my list of what-I-want's than an additional league. I think it can add a cool aspect to the less-intensive Owner job compared to GM and HC. I think some people hold this role dual with another job so Owner/GM or Owner/HC, so I think another way to open up 5-10 slots would be to only allow people to hold one position permanently in NFLHC. (Only one "Owner/GM" in real life) Overall I think its a great concept and maybe I should've put my suggestion in a separate suggestion thread, but seemed really relevant especially since you're looking to open additional spots. Especially if new features (ex. creating prices for goods like tickets and hotdogs that effect attendance and home field advantage, creating revenue for the franchise, using that on franchise "upgrades" like better training facilities or stadium update/upgrade) and concepts were created and delegated to the owner role, I could see some Owner/GM or Owner/HC creating a few open NFLHC spots by giving that role to someone new. I just think there's so much potential in the owner role to create something unique to NFLHC like we used to see in Madden Franchise ~2008 where you really had a lot of control over all aspects of the franchise. I think it would be really cool to see some lower skilled players that aren't cut out for NFLHC get a shot somewhere else professionally. I'm excited to hear more I can think of plenty of other questions that come to mind when it comes to creating an entirely new league, definitely a cool concept.
  3. (just updated feat) ILB Darius Allen 6-3 230 (Fr) North Hall (Gainesville GA) 2.0 of 4.5 [Will]
  4. CFBHC Career: South Carolina Gamecocks (2020-2023) Georgia Bulldogs (2023-Present) NFLHC Career: Carolina Panthers Scout (2020-2021), New York Giants Owner (2021-Present) Achievements: None UPDATED: FEAT - Strength in Growth +4 -2 for new year Offense: 11 (+1)Defense: 12 (-1)Special Teams: 8 (+1)Clock Mgmt: 11 (+1)Discipline: 11 (-1)Youth Mgmt: 11 (+1)
  5. Welcome to Athens.. Head Coach Hagan is greeted by a wave of fans at his first fan "meet-n-greet" ATHENS, GA --- "Today marks a new era for Georgia football.." said new Coach Hagan during his speech in front of a packed Sanford Stadium. Following his recent departure from the University of South Carolina, Head Coach Hagan wasn't clear on his future plans when it came to coaching football. Today, those intentions became clear. Rumors of the impromptu, "Head Coach Introduction" began swirling yesterday when dozens of equipment trucks were seen entering into Sanford Stadium said to be carrying equipment for an event to be held the following day. Nothing was officially scheduled according to University of Georgia Athletics website, but this was changed when an event called "A New Era" appeared scheduled later in the afternoon, merely hours from when it first appeared. According to police, they were given little advance when it came to planning security for the event. Head Coach Hagan responded to this in a press conference after the announcement saying, "We'll look to improve our communications with APD and UGAPD when it comes to getting them this sort of information more in advance, we had no idea what to expect." University of Georgia Athletics officially reported attendance at 47,420 at Coach Hagan's official announcement in something that rivaled the famous Texas A&M Yell Practice. It was clear police didn't have the presence needed to stop such a crowd. As the event was wrapping up, Coach Hagan went to Uga's handlers and asked if he could "take the leash." Once in control, Hagan walked Uga a couple steps over to midfield, reached down, and lifted him above his head, giving a loud yell as the crowd exploded. "Y'all ever seen the Lion King?? I call that Simba-style." remarked Hagan at his press conference following the event. Taken secretly days ago, Hagan has been hiding in an Athen's hotel waiting his annoucement as the new Head Coach at the University of Georgia (Photo by University of Georgia Athletics) Speculation still surrounds if Coach Hagan is eligible to coach in the bowl game, and it is unclear when his first time to take the field in the black and red. Athens Banner-Herald spoke to Hagan following all the fanfare, "Any questions y'all have about my new position ask away, I've been an open book my entire career and look forward to having the same sort of relationship with the media in Athens."
  6. CFBHC Career: South Carolina Gamecocks (2020-2023) Georgia Bulldogs (2023-Present) NFLHC Career: Carolina Panthers Scout (2020-2021), New York Giants Owner (2021-Present) Achievements: None UPDATED: -4 for Coaching Change Offense: 10 (-1)Defense: 13 (-1)Special Teams: 7 (-1)Clock Mgmt: 10Discipline: 12 (-1)Youth Mgmt: 10
  7. Hagan


    1. Please list your email address and/or your reddit username at which you can be contacted. mathishagan@gmail.com 2. Before continuing, please thoroughly read the coaching course and feel free to ask questions. Confirm that you have read the coaching course by writing "Confirmed" below. Confirmed 3. What team do you want to coach? Georgia 4. Please select two backup teams (in descending order of preference) in case your first choice is unavailable. Return to South Carolina 5. In three or more sentences, tell us a little about yourself. How old are you, what do you do, where are you from, why would you be a good fit here, etc. 21 year old University of Alabama student graduating this semester. Born and raised in Tennessee and got introduced to the site by Cade, been involved with a bunch of people on the site since then. Excited for a new challenge. 6. This site can be as time consuming as you want it to be. Weekly duties can be completed in 30 minutes or less, however interacting with your fellow players throughout the week makes it more enjoyable for most people. Approximately, how much free time do you have during a typical week? Usually 30-45 minutes a day I spend on here just lurking. 7. Losing games is an inevitable reality on this site, especially when accepting newer teams. Do you believe you can handle losing? Disappointment is expected, however we have had issues with people freaking out, and even leaving the site because of losing. I own the Giants 8. How did you find out about this site? If recommended by a friend, please post his/her username. Caderich5 @Rome
  8. “My time leading the Cocks is over” Head Coach Hagan looks on into the Williams-Brice crowd The State is receiving reports that South Carolina Gamecocks Head Coach Hagan has resigned. He was the Head Coach from 2020-2023 for the Gamecocks football team. Below is the statement from university officials: Statement from University of South Carolina Athletics This morning, Head Coach Hagan resigned from his position from the University of South Carolina as Head Football Coach and Professor, Department of Agriculture. Coach Hagan has prepared the following words for his departure: “Friends! It’s been a wild ride these last couple years. To the Gamecock family that welcomed me with open arms in 2020.. Thank You. I was a coach with no experience, I had no idea what I would be facing over the next seasons both in recruiting great talent to come play here and in coaching against some of the best. I’ve had the great honor of bringing some amazing young men into this program. They are the best in the business as far as I’m concerned. You guys will do incredible things for this program, even if I’m not at the helm. My family and I have been gracious to experience the hospitality and beauty of the state of South Carolina. I’ve have been so lucky to call myself your Head Football Coach. We look forward to spending time here in the future. Lastly, I want recall some of the great memories I have from this program.. My recruiting classes: 2020 2021 2022 The Bowl Wins: 2020 Charlotte Bowl 2021 Charlotte Bowl Famous Upsets: 2020 Clemson 2021 Missouri The way we have come together as a program makes me so happy and I’m looking forward to see where it goes from here. My time leading the Cocks is over… This isn’t a goodbye… Just a see you later.” As a part of the sudden resignation, Coach Hagan has forfeited all bonuses, and his tenure with the University of South Carolina in the Department of Agriculture. He ended his reign as coach at 22-26 and the only 2 bowl wins in South Carolina history. As a professor, he published 10+ papers on the benefits of manure and grazing on grass quality. And was the spearhead on the effort to allow a dozen Hereford cattle to graze the practice fields in the offseason. Head Coach Hagan has made no public statements about his future plans, but he was seen heading to the Columbia Airport shortly after handing in his resignation papers. "I need a much deserved vacation, and some time family, friends, and my dog." said former Head Coach Hagan as a reporter caught him leaving the athletic facility.
  9. apologies! You guys were 11-10 overall so 52.38%.. I'm adding it to the list now
  10. oh my gosh I'm so sorry, I'll fix that right now
  11. This will be a quick analysis of the current W/L of each state. Where does your state rank currently? Is a certain team in your state slacking behind? Here is the data current to this last week..... (No data for Alaska, Vermont, Maine) Tier 1 1. Missouri 83.33% (5-1) 2. Indiana 74.07% (20-7) T-3. Oklahoma 71.43% (15-6) T-3. Hawaii 71.43% (5-2) T-3. Minnesota 71.43% (5-2) T-3. North Dakota 71.43% (5-2) Tier 2 7. Maryland 69.23% (9-4) 8. Louisiana 64.71% (22-12) 9. Tennessee 61.54% (16-10) 10. Washington 60.00% (12-8) Tier 3 11. California 59.26% (32-22) 12. Michigan 57.58% (19-14) T-13. Mississippi 57.14% (12-9) T-13. Pennsylvania 57.14% (12-9) T-13. Delaware 57.14% (4-3) T-13. Idaho 57.14% (4-3) T-13. South Dakota 57.14% (4-3) 18. Illinois 56.00% (14-11) 19. Texas 55.42% (46-37) 20. South Carolina 52.38% (11-10) T-20. Iowa 52.38% (11-10) 22. Florida 51.85% (28-26) 23. North Carolina 51.11% (23-22) Tier 4 T-24. Colorado 50.00% (10-10) T-24. Arizona 50% (7-7) Tier 5 T-26. Oregon 47.37% (9-10) T-26. Massachusetts 47.37% (9-10) 28. West Virginia 46.15% (6-7) 29. Virginia 45.17% (16-19) T-30. Georgia 42.86% (12-16) T-30. Kentucky 42.86% (12-16) T-30. Utah 42.86% (9-12) T-30. Nebraska 42.86% (3-4) T-30. New Jersey 42.86% (3-4) Tier 6 35. Ohio 39.62% (21-32) 36. Alabama 39.39% (13-20) 37. Kansas 38.46% (5-8) 38. Nevada 35.71% (5-9) Tier 7 T-39. Arkansas 28.57% (4-10) T-39. Connecticut 28.57% (4-10) T-39. New Hampshire 28.57% (2-5) 42. New York 20.00% (4-16) 43. Wyoming 14.29% (1-6) 44. New Mexico 7.14% (1-13) 45. Montana 0.00% (0-7) Interesting Takes/Surprises? Any upcoming powerhouses? Coming up: Looking at average team recruiting rankings combined with average team recruiting points per state. This will figure out which states have been over and under performing so far in recruiting. Source: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-4TW4AbPK5mFQsa6Sk5587gg5eQZX_I_4ZHr6S0Y6WQ/edit?usp=sharing
  12. Hagan

    [2023] Week #9 - TNF

    Lil bit too close for comfort if I'm Ole Miss..
  13. As someone with experience in both now, I don't think they should be illegal. Just philosophically I think if someone is willing to volunteer their time in order to gain field experience in return for no financial compensation who am I to say no? I got my first job because I worked hard in my internship. I have another job offer after college because of my unpaid internship. It helped me network with tons of people as well. When I finally got paid, it was like a cherry on top because I love my job and had no problem doing it for free. That being said, Congress passed a bill this year that allowed offices to pay their interns. I had max salary allowed over the summer and still couldn't pay for just my housing. For people in bigger cities I definitely see the argument, because some people might not have opportunities to gain experience because of the high costs involved. But I don't think the idea of unpaid internships should go away. Especially in smaller crafts where it might not be viable to hire another full employee, it is still possible to give people experience in the field.
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