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  1. Hey friends, I will be gone for a week starting tomorrow for a trip to Yosemite. If I reach two weeks of inactivity it means I fell while climbing Half Dome but don't take my croots pls.

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    2. ZackTyzwyz


      I'm not your guy, pal.

    3. npklemm


      I'm not your pal, friend.

    4. ImposterCauster


      I'm not your friend, buddy. 


      (Pls don't fall)

  2. Ah balls, that's depressing. I was debating benching him and get some reps for next year's QB but people advised against it so Love is throwing his way to graduation. But feel free to write about it haha.
  3. Oh god dammit Travis Love is about to get the record for career interceptions this season. But thanks for putting this together, can't wait to see more!
  4. Week 3: The Rainforest Cafe Award for Football and Jungle Valor. In Week 3 of the 2020 season, the Mountain West Conference went an lackluster 1-4 in out of conference play, being outscored 53 to 205. The only conference match-up was Air Force against Utah State, with the Aggies being rocked by the new number 9 team in the country 31-0. Given the show of dominance displayed by Air Force, it's no surprise that they swept Week 3's awards. Given that this is the first week of The Rainforest Cafe's sponsorship of this award, please look at the very bottom of this page for a special phrase to tell your waiter for a free entree! Without further delay, here are the recipients for week 3's Rainforest Cafe Award for Football and Jungle Valor: Offensive Player of the Week Nico Kaufman holding up 5 fingers, which is the number of delicious burger options on Rainforest Cafe's menu, including The Beastly Burger. Air Force's redshirt senior quarterback Nico Kaufman continued to wow the country this week against Utah State, throwing an accurate 19 of 23 for 289 yards and 2 touchdowns. Nico also ran 8 times for 93 yards and another touchdown. Nico currently has yet to throw an interception this season and boasts an impressive 80% pass completion. This is Nico's second Offensive Player of the Week award in a row and there will likely be more to come as Air Force continues to dominate the season. Defensive Player of the Week Bobby Oakley increasing the pressure on quarterback Travis Love, just like how our beef lava nachos will increase your blood pressure. Bobby Oakley, Air Force's redshirt senior linebacker, is Week 3's Defensive player of the week. He played a pivotal role in the total shut down of Utah State's offense, recording 3 tackles and a key interception. He was constantly putting pressure on Aggie quarterback Travis Love, forcing him to throw the ball away on countless occasions. This is Oakley's first time winning the award this season but it wouldn't be a surprise if he won it against after showing what he's made of. We'd also like to take a moment to wish the recently retired coach of Wyoming luck in his future pursuits, whether it's moving to a relaxing beach or opening up a highly successful Rainforest Cafe of his own. We'll miss you GK but we know you'll find great victories of the soul while navigating the jungle of life. We'd also like to remind you that we are no long doing a Rainforest Cafe Award for Football and Jungle Valor for special teams. It's not that we don't have any good special teams players in the Mountain West, it's just that we don't have any great ones. Anyways, this is the Mountain West Conference signing off for this week, be sure to tune in to all of our amazing games for Week 4 and check out the promo below. TELL THE WAITER AT YOUR LOCAL RAINFOREST CAFE "SHOW ME YOUR MOUNTAIN BREAST" FOR A FREE CHICKEN BREAST PLATTER COURTESY OF THE MOUNTAIN WEST.
  5. Slim pickings this week folks so please vote. Offensive: Nico Kaufman, AF, 19 of 23 for 289 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT, ran 8 for 93 yards, 1 TD QB win vs Utah State Xavier Valentine, AF, 22 for 110 yards, 1 TD RB vs Utah State Dillon Abbrederis, CSU, 5 for 99 yards, 1 TD WR vs Northern Illinois Defensive: Fabian Lopez, CSU, 1 Sack, 5 Tackles in win vs Northern Illinois Bobby Oakley, AF, 1 INT, 3 Tackles in win vs Utah State Malik McDonalds, AF, 1 Sack, 5 Tackles in win vs Utah State Ajani Terry, WY, 9 Tackles in loss vs Michigan
  6. Well it went about as well as I expected, gg @DescretoBurrito . On an optimistic note, this is still the best start in Utah State history haha kill me
  7. Mountain West Conference Play Opener: Utah State @ Air Force The Mountain West’s Conference game schedule for the 2020 season kicks off this week with the Utah State Aggies traveling to Colorado Springs to take on the Air Force Falcons on Saturday afternoon. The Falcons have won in all four meetings against the Aggies and look to continue the streak in their first conference game of the season. Air Force is the reigning 2019 MWC champion after defeating Nevada in dramatic fashion by ending their undefeated season in the championship game. Since then, Air Force has become the clear favorite this year for the Mountain West, sitting atop the conference’s power rankings and also being the Mountain West’s only member in the most recent national rankings sitting at an impressive 11 spot. After starting the season with a bye week, Air Force showed that they deserve their hype by beating a talented Mississippi State team on the road. Redshirt senior quarterback Nico Kaufman threw for 250 yards and 2 touchdowns, while running for 94 yards and another touchdown, earning the title of MWC’s Offensive Player of the Week. The junior running back Xavier Valentine was all over the field, racking up 131 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns of his own. The Falcon defense was formidable as well, coming away with 3 sacks, 2 interceptions, and stopping Mississippi State on 12 of 15 third downs. The Aggies have had a troubled history, having a 4-44 record before the start of the 2020 season. Constant poor coaching and horrific recruiting led to countless coaching changes and even allegations of discrimination. However, after landing a long term coach and making some large changes on both sides of the ball, Utah State has started the season 1-1. After an embarrassing loss at the hands of Cincinnati which had many fans wondering if this season would be just as painful as the rest, the team adjusted and defeated UTEP for their 5th win in history. Veteran senior quarterback Travis Love threw for 202 yards and 2 touchdowns, while also adding on another rushing touchdown. Senior running back Jamal Suggs recorded 109 yards and 1 touchdown. Junior linebacker Miguel Hidalgo added 8 tackles, making him the leading tackler in the conference. However, the Aggies struggled with a poor offensive line performance, poor punting, and they only had 1 sack. The Aggies struggling with teams like Cincinnati and UTEP does not bode well for them as they face one of the most talented teams in the country. Veteran Air Force coach DescretoBurrito likely has no doubt that he will start his conference play with a win and be well on his way to competing for another conference championship. With their high-powered offense and talented defense, the Falcons should not have much trouble. The Aggies are hoping for at least a competitive game with the new coach ZackTyzwyz at the helm, though an upset seems nearly impossible. However, a highly experienced offense and solid defense could put up a fight if key adjustments are made during the week. Either way, the Mountain West Conference is excited to kick off conference competition this season and see who will rise to be the Mountain Best.
  8. The Mountain West, where everything's made up and the rankings don't matter.
  9. Please read the MWC Rainforest Cafe Award for Football Excellence for Week 2 and give us your feedback

    1. neovenator250


      You'd probably have more luck if you posted the link

  10. Week 2 Mountain West Players of the Week In Week 2 of the 2020 season, the Mountain West Conference went an impressive 7-2 in out of conference play. Air Force seemed to earn its ranking with a big win over Mississippi State, while Hawaii continues to show that it may be a serious contender for the MWC title after a dominant win over BYU. Week 3 will continue out of conference play except for Utah State traveling to take on Air Force at home. Week 2 has some very impressive performances, especially on the offensive side. Here are the MWC’s Players of the Week: Offensive Player of the Week Nico Kaufman apparently moving the ball with shear force of will in Air Force's win vs Mississippi State Air Force's redshirt senior quarterback Nico Kaufman was unleashed in his season debut against Mississippi State, earning him the title of this week's MWC Offensive Player of the Week. Kaufman was unstoppable, going 17 for 22 on passing attempts for 250 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also ran 8 times for 94 yards and another touchdown, displaying his athletic ability all over the field. Kaufman lifted Air Force to a huge win over a skilled Mississippi State team, coming out on top 38-20. Defensive Player of the Week Luke Hodge gingerly placing a Tulsa player on his buttocks during Fresno State's Friday night win Luke Hodge, the redshirt senior outside linebacker for Fresno State is Week 2's MWC Defensive Player of the Week. Hodge manhandled the Tulsa offense, recording 8 tackles and taking the quarterback down once for a sack that stopped a potential scoring drive for Tulsa. When asked about what he would do with his MWC WK2 POTW trophy he said "You guys don't give out trophies for this, all we get is a Rainforest Cafe gift card which I didn't even know was still in business. It's honestly kind of fu-". Got to love that sense of humor! Hodge was key in Fresno State's season opening win against Tulsa and is likely to be a force to be reckoned with in the weeks to come. Special Teams Player of the Week If you think about it, this looks like Phillip is pointing out a football that's about to hit his holder When you think of a crow you think of grace, accuracy, and kicking a football really damn far. That's why Phillip Crow, the redshirt sophomore kicker (and punter!) for Nevada is our Special Teams Player of the Week (see below for a note on this award). Crow drilled two deep kicks in from 46 yards and 40 yards deep, giving Nevada a 6 point boost to pull out a big win against Army. Crow is a truly talented kicker and shows his ability by being both the kicker and the punter for his team, giving the special teams unit a huge weapon in both scoring and field position. Look, we here at the Mountain West Conference want to keep an honest relationship with our fans. After the aforementioned Rainforest Cafe incident, we want to do right by you all. Which is why we are sad to announce that this will be our last week picking a Special Teams Player of the Week. It's not me it's you. However this will allow us to create even dumber captions for our pictures and we would also like to announce that from now on it will be the Rainforest Cafe (C) Player of the Week Award. No, there still won't be trophies. Get over it. A WILD PLACE TO SHOP AND EAT, AND A PROUD SPONSOR OF THE MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE.
  11. Y U JUKE LUKE?
  12. As a UMD Alum, Maryland is for sure my dream school to coach. That being said, I'm planning on never leaving Utah State even if Maryland opened since I want to develop them and I think that constantly switching teams can hurt the sim. Learning about Utah State has been a blast and I've definitely become attached to them and the conference. Plus I can't see @TheSam leaving and he's doing a way better job there than I ever would.
  13. I mean as an overall performance from that defense sure but I look for standout individual performances and those are two identical stat lines. Plus the better of the two is 1 sack 5 tackles and one of the candidates is 1 sack 8 tackles so there's no reason to include someone who obviously had a worse performance. And you can't say no love when you already have 3 players nominated for a POTW award this week alone haha.
  14. Please vote for the MWC Player of the Week for Week 2 


  15. Please vote for the MWC Players of the Week. Results will be posted mid-week. Offensive J.T. Youngblood: (Fr) QB, Hawaii. 18-28 passing attempts for 250 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT. Ran 5 times for 25 yards, 1 TD in Win vs BYU Nico Kaufman:(Sr) Qb, Air Force. 17-22 passing attempts for 250 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT. Ran 8 times for 94 yards, 1 TD in Win vs Mississippi State Xavier Valentine: Jr RB, Air Force. Ran 24 times for 131 yards, 2 TD in win vs Mississippi State Ryan Harris: Jr QB, Fresno State. 24-39 passing attempts for 300 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT in Win vs Tulsa Terrence Marshall: Jr WR, Fresno State. 8 receptions for 105 yards, 1 TD in Win vs Tulsa Defensive Kaden Oglesby: Jr DT, Boise State. 8 Tackles in Loss vs Texas Tech Miguel Hidalgo: Jr ILB, Utah State. 8 Tackles in Win vs UTEP Luke Hodge: (Sr) OLB, Fresno State. 1 Sack 8 Tackles in Win vs Tulsa Special Teams Phillip Crow: (So) K, Nevada. 2/3 (46, 40 -- 45) in Win vs Army Thomas Purcell: (Sr) P, Air Force.Averaged 42.8 yards per punt in Win vs Mississippi State