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  1. Offensive: Ryan Harris, QB, FRST, 22 of 34 for 290 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT Nico Kaufman, QB, AF, 21 of 25 for 305 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT, Nico Kaufman, AF, 9 for 95 yards, 2 TD James Hall, WR, AF, 9 for 150 yards, 2 TD Marquise Allen, RB, BSU, 24 for 122 yards, 2 TD Defensive: Lucas Floyd, FRST, 1 Sack, 5 Tackles Malik McDonalds, AF, 1.5 Sacks, 5 Tackles Phillip Gillis, BSU, 1 INT, 7 Tackles
  2. OH SHIT IM SO HAPPY IVE TIED THE UTAH STATE ALL TIME RECORD FOR WINS IN A SEASON. Thanks for all the help folks y'all are amazing. Great game @Numberonecoog!
  3. Fun Fact: Nico has won the offensive player of the week every week that Air Force has played so far
  4. Week 6: The Rainforest Cafe Award for Football and Jungle Valor. We here at The Rainforest Cafe are currently locked in a vicious legal battle with SeaWorld, the supplier of all of our dolphin meat salmon, so this week is going to be short and sweet. So let's get this over with, shall we? Offensive Player of the Week Nico Kaufman is again the Offensive Player of the Week, beating out his significantly less talented brother Micah Kaufman, a wide receiver for Hawaii, who was also nominated for this week's award. Nico continues to steamroll all opposition this season. In Air Force's win vs Boise State, the senior quarterback threw 22 of 27 for 315 yards for 2 touchdowns and also ran 6 times for 83 yards and another 2 touchdowns. The early Heisman front-runner also won the nation's offensive player of the week award. Defensive Player of the Week Junior defensive tackle Sila Lotomau came up huge for Hawaii in their crucial win against Colorado State. The 6-5 five star powerhouse recorded 2 sacks and 3 tackles, helping to seal the deal against a tough opponent looking to end their undefeated season. That's all. You're dismissed.
  5. Mahamadou McQueen deserves every award ever. Good god what a name
  6. Nico Kaufman and his long lost brother Micah face off this week for the week 6 Player of the Week Award. Vote Now! Offensive: Nico Kaufman, QB AF, 22 of 27 for 315 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT, Nico Kaufman, AF, 6 for 83 yards, 2 TD Xavier Valentine, RB AF, 23 for 108 yards, 1 TD J.T. Youngblood, QB HAW, 18 of 32 for 260 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT, J.T. Youngblood, HAW, 5 for 30 yards, 1 TD Micah Kaufman, WR HAW, 5 for 93 yards, 1 TD Jordan Godwin, QB NEV, 21 of 31 for 279 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT Defensive: Amari Iverson, AF, 1 INT, 7 Tackles Jaiden Pitts, BSU, 1 Sack, 6 Tackles Devine Brewer, CSU, 8 Tackles Sila Lotomau, HAW, 2 Sacks, 3 Tackles
  7. All of this is making me so happy
  8. People read my thing! I can't really shit talk anymore though now that Nevada has a second win.
  9. Week 5: The Rainforest Cafe Award for Football and Jungle Valor. We’re whispering because Air Force was asleep during his bye this week, allowing us to sneak in some different guys to win the POTW awards. If we stay quiet he might not wake up to play his game for week 6 either- OH HEY GOOD MORNING BUDDY GREAT TO SEE YOU, NICO KAUFMAN SURE IS IMPRESSIVE! This week we saw the MWC go 1-3 in out of conference games, with Hawaii picking up the lone win against FAU Schwarz and UNLV giving Clemson a big ol’ spook. In conference, Fresno State put a hurting on Wyoming, Colorado State stayed undefeated against San Jose State, and Boise State continues to right the ship after its win against New Mexico. Also a huge thanks to Numberonecoog for taking over Player of the Week Duties for Week 4. But if you try to steal my job again you’ll be put on the RFC Blacklist. You’ve been warned. Without further delay, let’s dig into our dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets and name some Week 5 Players of the Week for the Mountain West Conference: Offensive Player of the Week Noel Minor being all like "Get outta my Rainforest Cafe, Air Force, other people are allowed here" Noel Minor, the senior running back for UNLV, ran all over Clemson this week, putting up 143 yard on 29 attempts and racking up an impressive 3 touchdowns. Minor is also the first non-quarterback to win the MWC Offensive Player of the Week award this season. Minor’s performance was crucial in UNLV near-upset of Clemson, and has helped put the team on the map of teams to keep an eye on. Offensive Player of the Week Justin Ivy-Sewell returning an interception while lost in thought about all of the healthy salad options at his local jungle themed restaurant Boise State senior free safety Justin Ivy-Sewell shut down the New Mexico offense, recording 5 tackles and taking away a key interception. Ivy-Sewell currently has the most interceptions and second most tackles of any free safety in the Mountain West, contributing a lot to Boise State’s recent success on the field. Justin is highly deserving of the award this week and will likely bring the Broncos more success throughout the season. There you have it folks. No coupon phrases anymore- excessive use and accusations of harassment got our Arizona location shut down. Although to be honest we forgot we even still had one open in that desert wasteland. Week 6 features 1 out of conference game with UNLV taking on its second ranked ACC team in a row at Duke. Some big in-conference games are the undefeateds Hawaii and Colorado State meeting, and the now-hot Boise State hoping to put an end to Air Force’s dominant start of the season. Also San Jose State and Nevada are playing football against each other. NOT A SINGLE DAMN PLACE
  10. Hey there folks, please vote for Week 5's Player of the Week. There's an interesting slate of nominees this week so take a look: Offensive J.T. Youngblood QB, HAW, 20 of 26 for 250 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT, Rushed 8 for 84 yards, 1 TD Noel Minor RB, UNLV, 29 for 143 yards, 3 TD Ryan Harris QB, FRST, 25 of 41 for 327 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT Dillon Abbrederis WR, CSU, 6 for 93 yards, 1 TD Defensive Justin Ivy-Sewell, BSU, 1 INT, 5 Tackles Ajani Terry, WY, 9 Tackles Eli Haskins, HAW, 8 Tackles Vince Walls, FRST, 1 Sack, 5 Tackles
  11. If anyone would be willing to help me out with some in-depth game-planning/ general advice I'd really appreciate it!

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    2. bellwoodbomb611


      I don't know a ton but I'd be willing to talk!

    3. TazerMan


      I know very little, but it would be nice to bounce ideas of someone else. DM me if you want

    4. Darman


      I'm always willing to bounce ideas. I just won't respond quickly cuz I'm mia

  12. Great game @thatfunk ! I actually did better than I thought aka Dr. Love didn't throw any interceptions
  13. Man I wish Hawaii played Air Force during the regular season. I have a feeling they'll meet in the conference championship but I'd love to see them play so I can see if Hawaii is the real deal or not. Glad I have both of them in my schedule...
  14. 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)

  15. 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.