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  1. I wore a gopro for the first time during our halftime show. I took that video and merged it with the audio and put in the high cam of the show so you can see what I am doing and the show at the same time. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3FJ1UJto5ySbGUzNzRiTUZGVGs here is the video if you're interested and if you want to look at the high cam by itself. https://youtu.be/6wyXZ3ZktrA 


    1. grv413


      I don't believe you're in Pitt's band, there's actually people in the stands in this footage.

  2. Wow, didn't expect to still be on here. I wish I had another top 25 match-up to try and up my standings.
  3. [2020] Week #13 - Saturday Evening

    I may or may not have played the run... But if I played the pass you would have ran it through me either way..
  4. [2020] Week #13 - Saturday Evening

    Gg Air Force, you clobbered my run game and threw the ball over my head.
  5. [2020] Week #12 - Saturday Afternoon

    @cmcgill One would assume that his one reception for 19 yards was a first, but we have no real way of knowing with that for sure.
  6. [2020] Week #12 - TNF

    Currently tied for most wins in a season in Army football history. Just need one more...
  7. Independents Bowl Outlook

    Second time in team history baby! WOOO!
  8. [2020] Week #11 - Saturday Evening

    Disappointed I didn't win but there were a lot of things that are looking up that I didn't really expect from a game vs a top 25 team. GG UBL
  9. [2020] Chicago Tribune Rest-of-Season Projections

    Though I would love to take the credit for that. It is actually the second time in program history. But if we get the W there it will be the first bowl win in program history.
  10. [2020] Week 9 Overperformance Report

    YOOO Nice! Glad we are exceeding expectations.
  11. War Light

    Username TheLiberator117
  12. War Light

    And become the true king in the north. Also when are we starting?
  13. War Light

    Hope its not too late, TheLiberator117
  14. Welcome to the Independent Report, I am TheLiberator and today we have for you the Mid-Season All-Independent Team. Offense: QB: Solomon Dawson While the QB race is one of the most contested in the All-Independent team, at the moment Solomon Dawson edges out the competition to earn the #1 spot in our mid-season team. Though he has not put up the most yards or touchdowns, he completes 80% of his passes and has only one interception so far this season and has scored 5 rushing as well as 5 passing touchdowns and is an amazing weapon for this BYU offense. RB: Evant Grant Grant has shown himself to be the best running back in the Independents every time he sets foot on the field. With 809 yards and 11 touchdowns so far this season he is in a good position to score over 20 touchdowns and run 1600 yards this season, a very impressive feat if he can pull it off. His ability to consistently power through defensive lines is something unseen in the rest of the Independent schools. Evant is someone that pro scouts will be watching for the rest of the season. FB: Jeremy Crawley Jeremy finally got his first touchdown on the season in week 8 but has lead the way for Kalei Keil all season. Keil is averaging 4.9 yards per carry and 115.7 yards per game while battling one of the country’s toughest schedules. Crawley has something to do with Keil’s success. TE: Shane Christy Shane is a savior for the Army offense as he is as good of a blocker on run plays as he is a receiver when he goes out for a pass. The #2 receiver on the Black Knights offense, only 5 receiving yards behind Connor Vanhorn, Shane claims his true skill is assisting the O-Line in the run block but his skill as a receiver is something to take note of to any team facing the Black Knights. WR1: Thierno McGhee McGhee quickly developed a rapport with quarterback Owen Sorenson and has been a reliable target. He has 24 catches for 330 yards and 4 touchdowns leading all Independent receivers in all 3 categories. WR2: Connor Vanhorn The #1 receiver for Army, Connor's speed is something that is valued a lot by Army QB Caleb Leggett. Whenever the Black Knights go deep Connor is their guy. LT: Pati Peko LG: Robert Cordova Peko and Cordova have anchored the left side of the Notre Dame line all season. As red-shirt seniors and roommates, they have grown together leading the Irish offensive line to a 6.27 rating and 2nd best rushing and passing offense among the Independent teams. RG: Michael Castle Michael Castle is a true bastion of the Black knights O-Line. Living up to his name he keeps the Black Knights pocket strong like the keep of a castle and has the ability to push the gates open to let the running back through into the Defense's backfield. C: Terrell Lyler RT: Aiden Biggs This run blocking duo form the core of an impressive BYU offensive line. These redshirt seniors hold the line for Dawson to pass or run the ball and are a major part of his success at that position. Defense: LDE: Eric Samuels Eric has been the anchor and leader of the defense. He leads the Irish with 25 tackles and leads all Independent players with 5.0 sacks. Doing this against the likes of Purdue, Air Force, and USC makes it more impressive. DT: Nikolas Gleason Gleason is one of the premier nose tackles in the country and shows it on every play by breaking down the opponents O-Line with his massive build and strength. With 3 half sacks and two unassisted sacks, he is third in the Independents in this regard and is the second anchor in Army's run stopping game behind Black Raines. RDE: Frank Cornell A true freshman, Conrell has excelled at defensive end and recorded 3 sacks so far this season. His future looks bright and we at the Independent report are all excited to see where this young man's career takes him. ROLB: Blake Raines Blake Raines captains the Black Knights defense and rumor has it that he was mentioned on a Heisman short list. With 4 sacks and 3 interceptions thus far in the season Blake is making a serious impact on this Army team with his athletic ability but the real value he brings to the team is his leadership. ILB1: Cameron Spiller Cameron Spiller has been as consistent as they come for the Irish. He’s 2nd on the team with 20 tackles and tied for the team lead with 2 interceptions. ILB2: Miles Nash Nash is as consistent for BYU as Cameron Spiller is for Notre Dame. This redshirt senior is rounding out his last year at BYU with pride recording 26 tackles and a sack showing his skill and leadership on the BYU defense. LOLB: Mohammed DeLuca DeLuca rounds out the linebackers with more of the same consistency that we have seen from the previous three. 18 tackles and a sack show that he is a great addition the defenses second line and is one of the key instruments in Georgia State's ability to stop and pass and get to the quarterback. CB1: M.K. Sharpe With 5 interceptions this year, M.K. Sharpe can stop your drive faster than anyone else on any of the 5 teams represented in the mid season All-Independent team. With 5 interceptions this season, he is one of BYU's star players and its a real treat to watch him work his magic and get the ball back to BYU's offense. As a redshirt sophomore we couldn't expect any better out of this young man, when he goes to the next level we will be excited to see how he does. CB2: Travis Charles Though he may be overshadowed a bit by M.K. Sharpe in this list, Travis has been a very impressive player at Georgia State. With 3 interceptions he is tied for second in the Independents with Blake Raines and can be a showstopper if you are not paying attention to him in the short passing game. SS: Tyler Baxter The lone representative from UMass, Tyler has been a background player for most of the season. However an interception and some clutch tackles gives him a spot on this mid-season list FS: Ayden Whitaker Ayden has been a late bloomer this season, not putting up many stats despite his impressive athletic ability due to the scheme coach TheLiberator had on defense. A slight change put him in a better position to put up stats and in his first game in the new scheme got two picks. Look for more from Ayden in the future. K: Vincent Comer Vincent has been consistent and clutch for the Irish as he is perfect on the season so far. He’s 19 for 19 on extra points and 12 for 12 on field goals including 5 for 5 from 40+. Oh, and he calmly kicked a 43 yarder in overtime to upset then #2 USC. He should be one of the favorites for the Lou Groza award. P: Hunter Smallwood Smallwood has been just about as consistent as Comer. He’s averaging 43.4 yards per punt and has ranged between 41.5 and 46.3 through six games. He has consistently helped the Irish flip the field and could be a finalist for the Ray Guy award. Rounding out here with the number of players from each team on our mid-season list. : 1 : 3 : 6 : 6 : 8 And a quick thank you to @joedchi for his help with the list. This has been the Independent Report and we will see you all at the end of the season!