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    1. GROWING PAINS Illinois bottles up Tulsa's offense in a 31-3 victory
    2. [2021] Oklahoma State Job Opening

      I would also like to add the requirement for scheduling Tulsa to make an Oklahoma State Championship belt
    3. 5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT TULSA IN 2021 There is a new sheriff in town and it ain't John Wayne REDSHIRT FRESHMAN CHARLES PALMER WILL BE THE STARTING QB After his Redshirt season, Charles has made some serious strides this offseason and was in a competition with last years starter Rafael Snow-Robertson. “Charles has worked his ass off this offseason and he has been the hot hand in practices lately so we will go with him to start it out” said Head Coach Swipet, “But don't be surprised if “Rafael goes out there too, he is a competitor and we aren't gonna keep him off the field” THE DEFENSE WILL SHIFT TO A 4-3 Another big announcement is the switch from the 3-4 to the 4-3 this season. “I would have loved to run a 4-2-5 defense with a rover linebacker but apparently that's illegal in this universe. So I guess we are gonna go with a 4-3”. The main cause of this switch was the emergence of Defensive Tackle Kilohana who was rumored to bulldoze the center 9 times out of 6 during practice and keeping him chained to the bench would result in him dragging the bench onto the field. YOUTH, YOUTH, AND YOUTH Whats noticeable this season is that there is a lot of freshmen competing for playing time even with 6 redshirt freshman starting. “We are starting to recruit better players than we ever have” said Swipet, “We promise the younger guys that want to come to Tulsa is to play hard on the field and the bitches will come crawling and there is nothing that motivates an 18-year-old boy than a bunch of hot coeds fighting each other to have you”. SWIPET KNOWS HOW TO COACH THIS TIME During the start of last season Tulsa started off on a 0-4 start and it seemed like the entire team was lost. But the team turned it around and went .500 the rest of the way. Swipet blames this sore start on “Shit Team Chemistry” and says that turnaround happened because of an “alleged fight club” took place after week 4 and the team learned how to fight and it really showed improvement on the field. THERE WILL BE AT LEAST 4 MIP’S FOR THE FOOTBALL TEAM We all thought it was a joke that when Swipet made the phrase of “Win or Lose, we still booze” but apparently he was serious. TMZ acquired and released hundreds of pictures of football members who were minors visibly drinking alcohol and partying with topless woman. When these accusations were brought up to Swipet, he denied all allegations of such practices ever happened and was quoted saying that “TMZ uses photoshop all the time. They are out to get me since my days as the YMCA coach. They are a bunch of bad Hombres”
    4. 2021 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: SMU Will SMU dominate the AAC west in 2021? Probably Today we have a very special interview in an undisclosed location with the very high coach of SMU, Time. Describe your 2020 season in one sentence. Time: What is the biggest loss and gain when your team transitions to the 2021 season? Time: The biggest loss is easily Dean Burkhart. He declared as a 4.5/5 (JR). That one hurt. I was always worried that either Andre Webb or him would declare. He was one of the first big recruits I landed and helped me turn around this program. He committed while we were in the midst of a 3-9 season. The program owes him so much, and not having such a consistent target will make Andre Webb's job much harder this season. I can't blame him for leaving. It's a shame he got stuck on the Browns, but there's no way he could have seen that coming. I wish him the best of luck in the league. T.C. McGregor has to be the biggest gain. This was a JuCo class where most people thought SMU wasn't going to land a single player. McGregor considered Auburn and FAU as well but ultimately came to Dallas. As a 5 star ILB recruit he should come in and start immediately and hopefully shore up a run defense that was one of biggest weaknesses last year. A big reason why we didn't go back to back as AAC champions is that we couldn't stop DNJ and the UCF run game. Who do you think is gonna be your team's MVP of the 2021 season? Time: Andre Webb has to be the answer. If he can find success with a relatively young receiver corps this team will be nearly unstoppable. It's his senior year and he started every game since his freshman year. I'm excited to see what he can do in his last year. After going to the AAC championship game 2 years in a row, do you think SMU can surpass Houston for conference championship appearances? Time: I dont see anyone that can stop me. Also has your team gotten spoiled by going to the conference championship game every year and need a kick in the ass or are they motivated to get back to that same spot year after year? Time: Our motivation goes beyond making to the conference championship. That means nothing in the long run. I believe anything less than winning the conference is a failure. We have unfinished business from last year. Finally, predict your record for next season and who's in the AAC championship game Time: 12-0. I'm going to have a rematch with Temple in the AACCG Editors note: Time was not avalable to do this interview earlier due to him being "I am way too high to answer right now" but he came through a day later when he said "All right now I'm just high enough to answer these". We thank Mr Time for his fantastic blazed, balls to the wall, cocky son of a bitch interview.
    5. 2021 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: TEMPLE Does Temple have what it takes to win the AAC and make the playoff in 2021? Today we are in the city that Carson Wentz built interviewing Temples head coach Alienufo First off, describe your 2020 season in one sentence. Alienufo: Disappointing. What is the biggest loss and gain when your team transitions to the 2021 season? Alienufo: Biggest loss is my 4.5/4.5 corner Christopher Anthony. While he was never really all that great here at Temple, I don't really have an immediate replacement. My corner situation is deeper, but less top end talent this year. Biggest gain is probably my running back, Julian Childs. Anyone who watched Temple last year knows we struggled mightily to get production from the RB position. Childs is a redshirt freshman but should be good enough to give us some balance to the offense. Who do you think is gonna be your team's MVP of the 2021 season? Alienufo: Its gotta be Jordan North. Hes gotten a little more help this year, so I expect him to have a stellar season. If the university finally decided to build a stadium instead of renting out Lincoln financial field, what are your top must-haves for the new stadium? Alienufo: That's really above my pay grade. I'm just a coach. Being the best team that's not in hot recruiting ground of Texas or Florida, what are some tactics that you use to draw top-tier talent to Phili? Alienufo: That's confidential. I have my strategies but to divulge them in a public interview could easily let other coaches undermine them. Being in the same state as Pitt and Penn State both playoff contenders year in and year out, how do you compete with those guys that seem to be at the top of their game? Alienufo:Its very difficult. You just have to go for the guys you think you can win. Pick your battles. Finally, predict your record for next season and who's in the AAC championship game Alienufo: 10-2. Temple Vs. SMU. 2019 rematch, but this time Temple takes home the trophy.
    6. 2021 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: NAVY AMERICA FUCK YEAH!!!!!! Today we are in Baltimore to interview the only coach in the world that can call in a missile strike and destroy your life as you know it, Sir TheTodd15. First off, describe your 2020 season in one sentence TheTodd15: We played an excruciating schedule and the team overcame youth and inexperience by playing with tremendous heart and maturing real fast. What is the biggest loss and gain when your team transitions to the 2021 season? TheTodd15: We started a lot of young guys last year so fortunately we don't lose much. Biggest loss is probably 4/4 WR Joshua Willis. He was not elite but a consistent presence in a wide receiving corp lacking depth. In terms of additions we are really excited about TE Rafael Cotter. He is the first 5* potential player to start for us since Chris Bell graduated in 2018. He is also the second ever 5* player to start for Navy period. He'll be a key addition both in blocking for our efficient option attack and hopefully catching passes over the middle. Who do you think is gonna be your team's MVP of the 2021 season? TheTodd15: We were really impressed with Isaiah Best last year. He came in as the only freshman quarterback in the AAC and was incredibly reliable through the whole season. He's a gamer, he's a leader, and he handles his business. In his first season he came out and played 11-2 Michigan State, 12-2 Western Michigan, 15-1 UCF, 12-2 Air Force, and 10-3 Army. Through this gauntlet he put up the 5th best QBR in the AAC. This is behind seasoned guys like Jordan North, Dwayne Bennet, Andre Webb, and Daniel Lentz. He was also very efficient on the ground putting up 364 yards and 9 rushing TDs. So yeah, we look for Isaiah to go out and win us some more football games next year. Navy during the 1st half and 2nd half of the season was very different and a surprise to the college football community. What was your secret sauce to get the guys going? TheTodd15: Like I mentioned, I think we had the toughest or one of the toughest OOC schedules in college football last year. In the early season we were breaking in a feshman quarterback and running back against much more talented teams like UCF, WMU, and MSU. We made some big adjustments on offense after the first quarter of the season that really helped get us going. But this is a young team that grew up fast. After starting 0-5, a 1-point overtime loss to Temple and a 4 point loss to Army kept us out of a bowl game. Do you expect the momentum from the last half of the 2020 season to carry over to 2021? TheTodd15: This is a football team that is extraordinarily proud of how we fought and ended the season. Like I said, offensively we were breaking in a lot of new pieces last year, and we weren't quite sure what we had. We have that figure out now. We have a lot of mature guys who had a great offseason, and they are ready to go. I have a great feeling about this team in terms of preparation and fitting the pieces together to carry on that momentum from last year. Finally, predict your record for next season and who's in the AAC championship game TheTodd15: I predict we are gonna prepare as hard as we can to go out and beat Air Force to start the season.
    7. 2021 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: HOUSTON Can Houston regain their dominance on the AAC west in 2021? For today's interview, we are in Houston talking with Head Coach Noodlz2 Describe your 2020 season in one sentence. Noodlz2: Coming up short. What is the biggest loss and gain when your team transitions to the 2021 season? Noodlz2: Our biggest loss would be our starting ROLB Dylan Ware on the defensive side of the ball. Our biggest gain would be the amount of returning offensive starters we have coming back. Who do you think is gonna be your team's MVP of the 2021 season? Noodlz2: Rickie Shaffer, having Justice Womack returning in the backfield and Riley Russell at wide out he should have the running game to balance the offense as well as a target that he can rely on in the pass game. With most of your offensive production coming back for another year, what are the expectations for this Houston team? Noodlz2: Our defense played extremely well last year and our offense let us down by not being able to put points on the board. I'm also expecting Riley Shaffer to take more chances down field and playing less conservative. After a disappointing 4 TD season last year, do you think Riley Russell will step up and become a more dominant player this year? Noodlz2: He's improved over the off season so I'm hoping the hard work will translate on to the field this upcoming season. Our offense needs a go to receiver that can be a threat against the defenses we play in this conference. What do you think will make Houston return to the top of the AAC food chain? Noodlz2: An offense that'll be able to alleviate pressure from the defense by being able to score. Not only that but a great year of recruiting. Finally, predict your record for next season and who's in the AAC championship game Noodlz2: 8-4 at the end of the regular season. I see us and UCF in the championship game next season.
    8. 2021 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: MEMPHIS After a rough season, Memphis looks much improved and experienced for 2021 Our next stop is in Tennessee to talk to Head Coach Vxmonarkxv Describe your 2020 season in one sentence. Vxmonarkxv: Sloppy, way too many turnovers and our third down play was atrocious. What is the biggest loss and gain when your team transitions to the 2021 season? Vxmonarkxv: Our biggest loss is probably Brandon Cooper, he was a solid and consistent receiving tight end for us last season, showing up big on third downs. As far as gains I think everyone is excited to see quarterback Cooper Spillman start his career for us, he's been hyped since stepping on campus and it'll be great to see him on the field. Who do you think is gonna be your team's MVP of the 2021 season? Vxmonarkxv: Last years bell cow back Colin Putnam is the obvious candidate, he'll be expected to carry the load for the offense as Cooper settles in. Do you find it hard battling with Vanderbilt and Tennessee for home grown recruits or have you found a way around them? Vxmonarkxv: Absolutely, Sagebow and Serwendel are both fantastic coaches, we're a mostly homegrown roster, but they're both able to recruit a bit more nationally. We've found success in appealing to peoples desires to stay close to home and step right into a starting role. Which is better, Memphis BBQ or Kansas City BBQ? Vxmonarkxv: Please remove this man from the press box. Editors Note: Vxmonarkxv said this because as everyone and their mother knows that KC BBQ is vastly superior and Memphis BBQ is such garbage it makes Hawian BBQ look good Finally, predict your record for next season and who's in the AAC championship game Vxmonarkxv: Well it's hard to predict a record with all the changes year to year in college football, but we expect to be contending for a bowl game and expect to be competitive every week. Around the AAC obviously SMU returning Andre is huge, and North over at Temple means two big time quarterbacks are here, and it's hard to bet against that.
    9. 2021 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: CINCINNATI Cincinnati finished next to last in the AAC East but hopes to finish on the opposite end in 2021. Today we are interviewing Cincinnati's Head Coach Rome about the state of the program and beyond First off, describe your 2020 season in one sentence. Rome: Wasted potential. What is the biggest loss and gain when your team transitions to the 2021 season? Rome: Biggest loss is definitely on the defensive side. So probably cornerback Joseph Harris, who was a 3.5/3.5 corner. We're really young and untalented at corner this year, so missing him is a huge issue. Our biggest gain is probably Mohamed Mosley, our new starting left tackle. He brings a strong potential to our offensive line and will be guarding the blind side his entire career. He's got some help with a veteran scrambler (who has dealt with a shit line) to start his career, but experience will turn him into the veteran, stabilizing force for whoever follows Schaeffer at QB. Who do you think is gonna be your team's MVP of the 2021 season? Rome: It will be Aaron Street again. The kid is a workhorse that seems to excel no matter what I ask him to do. Expect the former JuCo RB to contend for all-conference honors this year. Honorable mention to Schaeffer, but his receivers are still young. What will it take to make Cincinnati an AAC east contender? Rome: Recruiting and development. It won't happen this year, but as long as I bring in an above average class routinely and develop the players well, we'll be an contender before you know it. With Ohio being out there for AAC standards, what are some unique challenges that you face than the AAC teams that are in Texas or Florida? Rome: I'm perpetually at a handicap when fighting for the big talent. I'm not complaining about the new system, just pointing out the fact. I'm the low man in-state and a lot of my players will come from Florida, Texas, and other southern schools. I don't get in-state or border state bonuses. I'm the last dog at the bowl in Ohio. If I recruit like the UCFs and SMUs of the world, I will lose to them on the field. I need to be more flexible, but also more willing to recruit to a certain scheme. Finally, predict your record for next season and who's in the AAC championship game Rome: I think 8-4 (5-3) is a good goal to shoot for this year. I've got more winnable OOC games this year and most of the AAC is down this year. I don't expect to contend for the title, however. I'm still expecting a Temple-SMU championship game. The two best QBs will succeed this year.
    10. 2021 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: EAST CAROLINA After a successful 7-5 2020 season East Carolina looks to contend for the AAC East crown To start off our series we are talking to the Mayor of Greensville himself, Weeze56m. First off, describe your 2020 season in one sentence. Weeze56m: Missed opportunities. We had a couple games, that had we prepared better, would have sent us into the bowl season with 9 wins instead of 7. What is the biggest loss and gain when your team transitions to the 2021 season? Weeze56m: Offensively, we lost a lot. Eli Tuitama while he did have a down year last year, he also sat for two games, and we tried a lot of different things offensively which did hurt his numbers. But he was a solid back who was constantly productive. He was someone that if you ignored could hurt you. Then there was Patrick Cornett. We learned too late just how productive he could be. Late in the season, after switching to the number 1 WR, he was putting up some good numbers. I honestly don't know which of the two will hurt us most going into next season. Defensively, we lost alot of leadership in the Backfield. The young guys are gonna need to grow up quick. Who do you think is gonna be your team's MVP of the 2021 season? Weeze56m: Liam Carver. He is going into his senior year, and there was a lot of doubt surrounding him since he lost a few of his favorite targets. But he came out and showed he could still be productive. He was a few touchdowns short of matching his career total last season. I believe he can make the same thing happen again. Leon Burris showed he can be a reliable target. We also have a few young guys who might be raw, but have lots of potential. We a lot of the East taking a step back this season, he has the potential to be the MVP this season and show he can be a weapon worth fearing. With USF and UCF both losing a lot of talent and Liam Carver entering his senior season, Is this the year where ECU contends for the AAC east crown? Weeze56m: I like to believe every year is the year we can contend for the AAC crown. But I think if we can knock off Temple early, and keep the ball in our possession against both USF and UCF, we should be able to squeeze into that Championship game. Carver has shown multiple times he can make something out of nothing. Like a lot of the east we got hit hard with graduations. We just have to play smart football. Take what they give us and give nothing back. Should be an interesting year for the East. If you could change your mascot to anything else what would it be? Weeze56m: It's a Pirate's life for me. Though being a gator i suppose is a close second. Finally, predict your record for next season and who's in the AAC championship game Weeze56m: I feel like its gonna be a touch schedule this year. Starting off early with duke, and then sitting for two weeks before our next game against NC State. But if we can come out hot and ready to play, keep duke from wrecking us, play competitive with NC State, and knock temple off early in the season before they can really adjust, we should have a decent record. I don't see anyone really rolling through conference play like we've seen the last few seasons. There are a few question mark games, but i don't think it would be unreasonable to see a 8-4 season assuming we play smart ball.
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      PROGRESS Tulsa doubles win total from last season, gear up to contend for a Bowl game for 2021.
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    15. Tulsa Golden Hurricane’s New Faces Overall: 71st AAC: 7th This class was a depth builder for Tulsa. It provided a good baseline with some big names to start right away in the positions of most need. Notables FS Brandon Robertson 5-11 216 Fr Banquete (Banquete TX) 1.0 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] The star player of the group, he will be Chad Walkers replacement as he will take a redshirt year and be a leader in the secondary for years to come. OT Owen Marlow-Perdue 6-7 278 Fr Prestonwood Christian Academy ( TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OG Aaron Coronado 6-7 332 Fr Floydada (Floydada TX) 1.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] 2 big guys who can make some big holes. With the best O-Line player coming back is a 3.0 these 2 will be definite 4 year starters. ILB Vincenzo Hickey 6-1 210 Garden City Community College (Garden City, KS) 4.0 of 4.5 [Will] The biggest surprise of the recruiting class came in the last few weeks when this top tier Juco ILB signed with Tulsa. He will try to fill the void that Raymond Wesley leaves behind. List QB Joseph Hickey 6-2 206 Fr Bryan (Bryan TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Scrambling] QB Maxwell Gilman 6-1 206 Fr Paradise (Paradise TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [Pocket] RB Jayson Gill 5-11 224 Fr Eufaula (Eufaula OK) 2.0 of 2.0 [Power] WR Nicolas Jeter 5-11 197 Fr Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa NM) 1.0 of 2.0 [Speed] WR Jose Marrero 6-0 222 Fr South Grand Prarie ( TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [Target] WR Aaden Bowden 6-0 219 Fr Henrietta (Henrietta TX) 1.5 of 3.0 [Target] TE Leonard Donahue 6-5 201 Fr Iraan (Iraan TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Receiving] OT Owen Marlow-Perdue 6-7 278 Fr Prestonwood Christian Academy ( TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OT Evan Waterman 6-1 315 Fr Irving (Irving TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Otto Mabry 6-1 301 Fr Afton (Afton OK) 1.5 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Aaron Coronado 6-7 332 Fr Floydada (Floydada TX) 1.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] C Mike McWilliams 6-4 244 Fr North Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] DE Zac Bailey 6-2 250 Fr Stratford (Stratford OK) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] DT Wyatt Fine 6-0 323 Fr Roscoe (Roscoe TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [2-Gap] DT Jacob Munson 6-1 284 Fr Anton (Anton TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [2-Gap] DT Khiry Flowers 6-0 299 Fr Eden (Eden TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [1-Gap] ILB Vincenzo Hickey 6-1 210 Garden City Community College (Garden City, KS) 4.0 of 4.5 [Will] ILB Israel Herrera 5-11 217 Fr Roma (Roma TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Will] ILB Donovan Lovett 6-0 234 Fr Woodsboro (Woodsboro TX) 1.0 of 4.0 [Will] OLB Micah Winslow 6-1 217 Fr Willowridge (Sugar Land TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Coverage] OLB Hector Zambrano 6-3 230 Fr New Deal (New Deal TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Coverage] CB Zachary Wendt 5-10 166 Fr Bryan (Bryan TX) 3.0 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Kamar Love 6-1 173 Fr St. Joseph (Brownsville TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Joshua Roland 5-11 174 Fr Lafayette County (Lewisville AR) 1.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] FS Nathan Hester 5-11 202 Fr Marshall (Marshall AR) 1.0 of 2.5 [Man Coverage] FS Brandon Robertson 5-11 216 Fr Banquete (Banquete TX) 1.0 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] FS Andre Lemon 6-0 208 Fr Amarilla (Amarillo TX) 2.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] K Vic Simpson 5-8 183 Fr Cooper (Cooper TX) 2.5 of 3.0 [Accuracy] P Tony Landrum 6-3 201 Fr Iraan (Iraan TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [Power] P Justin Ryder 6-1 183 Fr Port Neches-Groves (Port Neches TX) 2.0 of 3.5 [Accuracy] LS Jaden Mahoney 6-1 231 Fr Denison (Denison TX) 1.5 of 1.5 [Traditional] LS Sean Puckett 6-1 249 Fr South Rowan (China Grove NC) 2.5 of 2.5 [Specialized] LS Kulani Hunt 6-2 265 Fr Mineral Wells (Mineral Wells TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Specialized]