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    1. [2021] Conference Favorites (CFBHC)

      Could you do the rest of the SEC?
    2. [2020] Bowl Games - Day #6

      The South Carolina Gamecocks are Charlotte Bowl Champions! GG North Carolina! Hell of a season for the Gamecocks. I'm really happy to end with such momentum heading into the 2021 season. All of our weapons will be back next year improved and ready to accomplish more. All props goes to @joedchi who assembled this team and gave me pointers on how to build what I have today. Go Cocks!!
    3. [Survey] Alumni Network

      University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa 2020
    4. [2020] Week 16 POTW voting

      Bryce Williams snub
    5. Coach CaptGrizzly, The readers of The State in Columbia point out that during your tenure at UTEP you pulled the 88th ranked recruiting class in the country. How do you plan on tackling the new area of recruiting that you are dealing with now dealing with historically good SEC and ACC teams? Also since this is a newly generated team, what direction do you plan on taking this team, based off of their strengths and weaknesses how quickly do you see this progress occuring so that you can compete with the bigger names outside of the Sun Belt? Best of luck to you and your new team! I'm sure the people of South Carolina would love to see a potential matchup between the Cocks and Coastal. Maybe call it the Cock-Coastal Cup.
    6. [2020] Week #16 - Saturday Morning

      WOOOO GO COCKS! SOUTH CAROLINA IS OUR STATE NOW!!! This is South Carolina's best season with a 7-5 record, the first time we've been bowl eligible since putting up a 6-7 record in 2013 which included our only other win against Clemson. GG Emperor, looking forward to playing you again next year back in Columbia. Bryce Williams for POTW!!
    7. For some things like the hurricane prediction threads (just the most recent example that popped in my head), I think that groups would be a great way for people to put in threads like that. The majority of the site might not be interested in those certain things, but people that are more interested would be able to talk with people on the site about certain topics without clogging the regular site/sidebar with off topic things. But for more heated conversations that happen in the shoutbox a lot about certain issues I don't think that the conversation would move to the groups, and will stay in the shoutbox.
    8. [2020] Week #15 - Saturday Morning

      How about instead I knock you out of the Top 25
    9. [2020] Week #15 - Saturday Morning

      That bowl season feeling
    10. [2020] Week #12 - TNF

      Go Cocks! Bowl Eligibility is gonna be a tough path with the schedule remaining, but this was a huge win for us at home against a good opponent. GG @thatfunk
    11. Werewolf Mafia 2.0 Thread

      Do we know how many werewolves there were to begin with?
    12. Werewolf Mafia 2.0 Thread

      lynch ZackTyzwyz Would like to hear his defense, but it seems like it can have some logic to him being inactive and no wolves kill
    13. Mafia Interest Thread

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    14. [2020] Week #8 - Saturday Morning

      Good game @Soluna! Losses at home sure do hurt, but I couldn't seem to stop your RB to save my life. The road to bowl eligibility just got a lot more tough.
    15. 2020 SEC Midseason Impact Players Auburn QB Marcus Black 103/146 (70.55%) 1288 yards, 12 TD, 1 INT, 112 rushing yards, 3 rushing TDs Marcus Black has been the most explosive QB this season and the leader of the Auburn offense. Currently ranked #2 in the country, and with the fall of Alabama last week to rival Tennessee, there is no doubt Auburn is currently the best in the SEC. As a redshirt sophomore, Black has the opportunity to have a special career with the Tigers. With Auburn losing 3 WR's next year to graduation or possibly the draft, will Black be able to pick up the slack with a younger less experienced group of WR. With 15 overall TDs, he is second only to Tucker Dowden who is just as explosive and dangerous. Texas A&M WR Jarvis Ward 41 catches, 590 yards, 8 TDs, 118 ypg The Speed Demon of Aggieland has been blasting through SEC defenses all throughout the 2020 season. If you don't have a solid defense to cover him, he will drop huge numbers. Sadly, Texas A&M is currently 0-5 and doesn't look like they'll pull off bowl eligibility unless they really pull a complete 180 this season. Despite this, Ward has been absolutely topping the charts in almost every category receiving. LSU RB Jayden Huff 717 yards, 11 TDs, 5.60 ypc, 52 yards rec, 1 rec TD Jayden Huff, the senior RB for the LSU Tigers has put on a show this season. The combo of Huff and Allen-Hollis has led to one of the more explosive offenses in the SEC this season. The ability to run and throw the ball very effectively has been a big difference maker this season. After dropping a game away at Bryant-Denny, an SEC Championship might be a longshot, but a CFBHC Playoff run isn't out of the question for the Tigers. Alabama DE Sebastian Smallwood 22 tackles, 8.0 sacks The leader of the Crimson Tide defense, Smallwood has made waves this season with his dominant play. He makes QB's terrified with his outstanding speed. With still one more year of eligability, it is possible that Smallwood will end up in the top 5 in the 2021 Draft. Alabama HC @CadeRich5 has really brought this defense together and Smallwood has been the catalyst for big plays, motivating the defense. Vandy OLB Damian Dailey 27 tackles, 1 INT, 3.0 sacks Damian Dailey has been the most well rounded linebacker the SEC has seen this season. The redshirt sophomore can blitz, make tackles, and stay in coverage when needed. The INT on top of his 3.0 sacks is the icing on the cake. While some linebackers have more tackles, or more INTs, Dailey and Vandy's linebacking core have been simply outstanding! Vandy's defense is one of the best in the country and all eyes should be on them. Dailey will be a player to watch for the next few years in the SEC.
    16. Gamecocks CFBHC Hall of Fame This week might have been a bye week for the Gamecocks, but the Alumni Association were very busy and brought out Head Coach Hagan in order to break ground on a brand new Gamecocks CFBHC Hall of Fame facility. The 30 million dollar facility is the newest of its kind in the SEC, and is simply outstanding on the inside. The new facility will feature the "All-Gamecock team", which will be released by position in a press release as soon as they come out. A player profile will be done on each player and their legacy will help be remembered forever for Gamecocks fan. Active players on the roster are eligible for the All-Gamecock team simply because of the short history of CFBHC. Also included in the new facility is the Hall of Fame, and players on the All-Gamecock team are not promised a spot in the Hall of Fame. Below will be the list and will be updated as the team is released. All-Gamecock Team Offense QB: Aaron Shaw (632/1001 (63.2%) 6987 yards, 50 TD, 10 INT) 2013-2014 RB: Kenny Ames (368 attempts 1531 yards, 13 TD, 1 Fumble) 2019-Active FB: Devin Marion (12 career starts) 2018-Active TE: Reggie Leahy (85 catches, 931 yards, 9 TDs) 2013-2014 WR: Marcus Erickson (207 catches, 2621 yards, 21 TDs) 2013-2015 WR: David Wilson (168 catches, 2031 yards, 10 TDs) 2017-2019 LT: Derek Pimentel (2 year starter) 2018-Active LG: Russell Benson-Gifford (First Round Draft Pick, 2 year starter) 2018-2019 C: Matthew Grossman (3 year starter) 2018-Active RG: Andrew Burch (1 year starter) Active RT: August Lucas (1 year starter) Active Defense DE: Shah Vareen (First Round Draft Pick, 9 sacks, 27 tackles) 2019 DE: Isaiah Riggins (32 tackles, 11 sacks) 2017-2018 DT: Tristan Denton (33 tackles, 6.5 sacks) 2019-Active OLB: Charlie Johnson (210 Career Tackles, 4.0 Sacks, 3 FF, 2 FR, 2 INTs) 2013-2016 OLB: Bryce Williams (82 tackles, 1.0 sack, 3 INTs) 2018-Active ILB: Fred Henson (119 Career Tackles) 2013-2014 ILB: Tapco Brewer (103 Career Tackles, 1 INT) 2018-Active CB: Ben McCullum (62 Career Tackles, 7 INTs) 2014-2015 CB: Spencer Crowe (33 Career Tackles, 5 INTs, 1 TD) 2017-2019 FS: Jake Ledbetter (39 Career Tackles, 1 FF, 1 INT, 1 TD) 2017-Active SS: Sincere Robinson (50 tackles, 7 INT) 2018-Active Hall of Fame TBA
    17. [2020] Week #6 - FNF

      FINAL SCORE: South Carolina 24-23 Texas A&M
    18. Condon Demonizes Wake Forest Milo Condon goes for 336 yards and 2 TDs in 30-21 win Milo Condon looks to "Carry the momentum from these last two games into the Texas A&M game to get our first SEC win this season"
    19. Mafia Interest Thread

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    20. Huff/Smallwood matchup will be an immovable object vs a unstoppable force