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    rabidsnowman

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    About rabidsnowman

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    • Birthday 05/23/1980

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      Meteorology, storm chasing, football, basketball, history, politics, fishing, online games.

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    1. rabidsnowman

      Daily Discussion: DT's in a 4-3 defense

      I purposefully did not mention Big Frank, as I feel that he is talented enough that his results are irrelevant to the debate. He'd put up solid stats playing anywhere on the line, hell, probably even on the O-line.
    2. Would you rather have a pair of 1-gap DT's in a 4-3 defense, or are you OK with having a 2-gap, or even a pair of 2-gap DT's together? I'd love to hear opinions, no matter how by-the-book or not. I personally prefer one of each, and I'll explain why. The 2-gap DT is, more than likely, better at eating blocks and/or stopping the run. I know I lose a lot in the versatility of blitz packages by not having both of my DT's able to stunt and move horizontally along the line during the play, not to mention the loss of speed in one of my primary blitzing positions. However, I feel that stopping the run is paramount in defensive philosophy, and I'm willing to make those sacrifices in order to take the ground game off the table, or at least limit it.
    3. How about that all-NFCS defense? DE: Early Davis, ATL DE: Kendrick Droughns, CAR DT: Frank Williams, TB DT: Jeremy Miller, NO ILB: Andre Brooks, TB ILB: Garrett Holiday, NO OLB: Derrick Martin, TB OLB: Austin Olson, NO CB: David Wilburn, ATL CB: Cameron Newhouse, TB CB: Nate Tensi, CAR FS: Darius Jones, ATL SS: Darren Manning, CAR
    4. Brian Brown and Asante Sowell. Unstoppable pass, unstoppable run.
    5. This is exactly what I am trying to do at Texas State, and Allan Taylor is the QB who inspires me most in that regard. He's been a personal nemesis ever since the first season of CFBHC when he wrecked my Nebraska team in our first bowl game, back when he was at Virginia Tech and Polar was coaching him.
    6. "Forest Williams". Nice troll. But TBH, if the players fall off the board as you have them here, that's not such a bad pick for us, despite our depth at the position. I'd make my standard "why no Shaq Turner?" complaint, but if he has a good combine, he gets picked pretty early. If not, he falls past us, so I guess I agree with you in that context. We could do a lot worse than gambling on a DT who at the very least will be a year 2 upgrade at nose tackle.
    7. rabidsnowman

      [2021] PFF Season Evaluation: Running Backs

      So Ron Thomas is a Brown now? Interesting.
    8. rabidsnowman

      CFBHC v1.5e

      Well, I was hoping the Sun Belt might be competitive for recruits this year, but this changes that pretty significantly. Every Sun Belt team has zero wins in 2020. Other than that, I like the changes.
    9. rabidsnowman

      Pathfinder 2.0 Playtest Session

      I'm interested, but would gladly step aside for another person to enjoy the game. Consider me an alternate.
    10. And Higgins is going to dominate in the Sun Belt.
    11. rabidsnowman

      [2022] 2023 High School Players

      It might be a tad early still for a Sun Belt team to try to fight for a top Texas QB. But being as he's a scrambler, I'm definitely considering it.
    12. rabidsnowman

      Update your team wiki pages for a reward!

      http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Texas_State_Bobcats Texas State done.
    13. rabidsnowman

      [2021] PFF Draft Evaluation: Seattle & Tampa Bay

      I feel there are situations like this all over our defense. Newhouse's sudden INT explosion, Hayes' sack totals despite being unhappy, our inflated OLB tackle numbers. I feel like there's more questions than answers on that side of the ball with our team.
    14. rabidsnowman

      [2021] PFF Draft Evaluation: Seattle & Tampa Bay

      I'm surprised, we actually liked Micah Singletary's stats.
    15. rabidsnowman

      Youngdunc15

      @Youngdunc15 You're approved for the Arkansas State Red Wolves! Request here (politely) for Arkansas State's logo as your avatar picture. Once your account has been elevated you will gain access to the shoutbox and the private conference subforum. We are in the offseason in between the 2021 and 2022 seasons. Your 2022 roster can be seen here. Place your depth chart here; if you are not sure to how to properly format the chart, look here. Make sure to request an account on the interface, that's where we handle gameplanning and recruiting (Make sure to choose CFBHC, not CBBHC!). Recruiting is usually done during the first half of the season, so you'll definitely want to read up on how that works. You are expected to maintain Arkansas State's Wiki page. If you are inexperienced with wiki editing, that's OK, we have a template you can use. You are also responsible for individual season pages for each year. You can use Washington's 2022 season page as an example there. Feel free to PM me with any questions regarding this. If you have any further questions, concerns, or comments don't hesitate to ask in the chat or message me directly. There's a lot to catch up on, coach, and the season will start soon. Also, because this sim requires timely interaction, be aware that if you are inactive for 14 consecutive days or fail to perform recruiting duties for your school for two weeks during the season that can be grounds for losing your team. Welcome to and to !
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