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    Florida International University Panthers (2020-Present)
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  1. Rice certainly has the lead, but any of those three could win it all.
  2. > 3rd in Rushing Yards and Yards Per Carry > Difficult Year What high standards.
  3. OFFENSE Passing Yards Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class Yards Statsheets QB Benjamin Yates 4 5 (Jr) 1,034 2 QB Jean Antoine Robinson 2 4 Fr 623 2 QB Justin Radford 4 4 (Sr) 568 2 QB Matteo Hayden 3.5 3.5 (Sr) 506 2 QB Elias Noble 4 4 (Sr) 491 2 Passing TDs Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class TDs Statsheets QB Benjamin Yates 4 5 (Jr) 13 2 QB Jean Antoine Robinson 2 4 Fr 6 2 QB Elias Noble 4 4 (Sr) 4 2 QB Justin Radford 4 4 (Sr) 3 2 QB Matteo Hayden 3.5 3.5 (Sr) 3 2 QBR Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class QBR Statsheets QB Benjamin Yates 4 5 (Jr) 213.29 2 QB Jean Antoine Robinson 2 4 Fr 184.34 2 QB Elias Noble 4 4 (Sr) 168.76 2 QB Justin Radford 4 4 (Sr) 158.38 2 QB Desmond Fraley 4 4.5 (Jr) 135.98 2 Rushing Yards Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class Yards Statsheets RB Alex Terry 4 5 (So) 368 2 RB Marcos Orellana 3 4.5 (So) 258 2 RB Gray Stewart 5 5 Sr 243 2 RB Rafael Larimer 3.5 5 (So) 218 2 RB Samuel Laws 4.5 4.5 (Jr) 216 2 Rushing TDs Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class TDs Statsheets RB Alex Terry 4 5 (So) 4 2 RB Marcos Orellana 3 4.5 (So) 4 2 RB Rafael Larimer 3.5 5 (So) 3 2 RB Samuel Laws 4.5 4.5 (Jr) 3 2 RB Eli Durham 3.5 3.5 Jr 3 2 Yards Per Carry (Min. 15 Attempts) Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class YPC Statsheets RB Alex Terry 4 5 (So) 9.44 2 RB Marcos Orellana 3 4.5 (So) 5.73 2 RB Gray Stewart 5 5 Sr 5.28 2 RB Rafael Larimer 3.5 5 (So) 4.84 2 RB Samuel Laws 4.5 4.5 (Jr) 4.70 2 Catches Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class Catches Statsheets WR Deontray Clay 5 5 Sr 22 2 WR Darius Watkins 4.5 4.5 (Sr) 17 2 TE Jordan Cunningham 5 5 Jr 15 2 TE Jeremiah Kendrick 5 5 (Jr) 14 2 WR Gabriel Willis 4 4 (Sr) 13 2 Receiving Yards Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class Yards Statsheets WR Deontray Clay 5 5 Sr 338 2 WR Darius Watkins 4.5 4.5 (Sr) 283 2 TE Jordan Cunningham 5 5 Jr 208 2 WR Michael Light 2.5 5 (Fr) 203 2 WR Tyler Hansen 4.5 4.5 Sr 189 2 Receiving TDs Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class TDs Statsheets TE Jordan Cunningham 5 5 Jr 5 2 WR Deontray Clay 5 5 Sr 4 2 WR Darius Watkins 4.5 4.5 (Sr) 3 2 WR Michael Light 2.5 5 (Fr) 2 2 TE Jeremiah Kendrick 5 5 (Jr) 2 2 DEFENSE Tackles Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class Tackles Statsheets ILB Larry Williams 4.5 4.5 (Jr) 16 2 FS Vernon Milton 3.5 3.5 (Jr) 13 2 OLB Aaron Darling 4.5 4.5 Sr 12 2 OLB Alec Graham 3.5 3.5 Sr 12 2 SS Bobby Lacy 3 3 (Jr) 12 2 Tackles For Loss Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class TFL Statsheets DE Hakeem Woodson 3.5 3.5 (Jr) 3 2 DE Bruce Gerber 3.5 3.5 (Sr) 3 2 OLB Bronson Smallwood 2 3.5 (Fr) 2 2 OLB Chance Seay 3 3 (So) 2 1 DT Terrence Echols 3.5 3.5 (Jr) 2 2 Sacks Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class Sacks Statsheets DE DaJuan Banks 4 4.5 (Fr) 3.5 2 DE Bruce Gerber 3.5 3.5 (Sr) 2.5 2 DE Terrence Perry 4.5 4.5 (Jr) 2 2 DE Drew Arndt 3.5 3.5 Sr 2 2 OLB Austin Hayward 3 4.5 (So) 2 2 Interceptions Team Posistion Player Skill Potential Class INTs Statsheets CB Dillon Bradley 4.5 4.5 (Sr) 2 2 CB Donovan Gipson 4 4 Sr 2 2 CB Kevin Miles 4 4 (Sr) 2 2 CB Deacon Jackson III 2.5 5 (Fr) 2 1 ATH Chris Darling 4 4.5 (Jr) 1 2
  4. Welcome to Rocketcan's weekly C-USA Power Rankings at the end of Week 2! GAMES PLAYED TNF Army (0-1) at Florida International (1-0): Florida International 56-7 UMass (0-1) at Old Dominion (0-1): Old Dominion 35-9 FNF Tulsa (0-1) at UTEP (1-0): UTEP 24-17 New Mexico State (0-1) at Middle Tennessee (0-1): New Mexico State 20-17 UTSA (1-0) at Texas State (0-1): UTSA 35-10 Saturday  Morning Louisiana Tech (0-1) at Purdue (1-0): Purdue 38-10 Afternoon Virginia (1-0) at Southern Miss (0-1): Virginia 49-10 Western Kentucky (0-1) at Tennessee (0-1): Tennessee 38-14 UAB (0-1) at Texas A&M (1-0): Texas A&M 21-10 Evening North Texas (1-0) at SMU (0-1): SMU 24-16 Night Charlotte (1-0) at New Mexico (1-0): New Mexico 31-24 Florida Atlantic (0-1) at Wyoming (1-0): Florida Atlantic 35-13 BYE Marshall (0-1) Rice (2-0) MAJOR TAKEAWAYS In terms of movement in the power rankings, all of it was among the middle-ranked teams. Clearly, there are superior teams and rebuilding teams. The stuff in the middle gets a bit more fuzzy. Teams like UTEP have been a pleasant surprise for the C-USA, while teams like UAB are talented and play well, but they also have a brutal schedule. Thursday night mostly was to be expected, except for the score of the FIU game. While FIU was favored to win, no one expected F.A. Robinson (AKA French Jesus) to repeat his previous performance. Definitely a fun game if you love C-USA offense. ODU also locked away a convincing win against an inferior opponent. Like many coaches say "You need to take care of business", and ODU did just that. Friday night had UTEP continue to surprise with a win over Tulsa. MTSU slid against a NMST team that was out for revenge, and UTSA continued their dominance of the Lone Star State with a win at Texas State (who is now 0-2 vs. C-USA). Saturday Morning was exactly what we all expected: a Big Ten team looking to pad their schedule did just that. The long journey for LA Tech continues. Afternoon was more P5 schools adding to their win totals over C-USA teams. Southern Miss and Western Kentucky were dismantled, although the degree to which Southern Miss collapsed was very concerning. UAB, once again, played tough against a top team in the country, but failed to come out on top. Their grueling schedule continues to haunt them. Perhaps the best game all day, North Texas at SMU was a dandy. Defending national champion SMU was coming off of a crushing 2OT loss to cross-town rival TCU and looking for revenge. but North Texas hung in there all game. Going into the 4th Quarter, SMU only had a 1-point lead and needed to score 10 in the final frame to put NT away for good. Congratulations to North Texas on a well fought game. It won't show up in the win column, but you have certainly caught the nation's attention. Saturday night was disappointing for Charlotte. Although OOC road games are hard, these are the games that put you out in front in the minds of other coaches. FAU did just that. They crushed Wyoming after losing to Coastal Carolina the week before. Definitely the right way to get back on track with a talented team. UPCOMING GAMES (Week 3) TNF UTEP (2-0) at Houston (0-2) Charlotte (1-1) at NC State (0-2) UAB (0-2) at Northwestern (1-1) Florida A&M (0-2) at Florida Atlantic (1-1) Nevada (0-2) at Western Kentucky (0-2) Buffalo (0-2) at North Texas (1-1) FNF Middle Tennessee (0-2) at Troy (0-2) Utah State (0-1) at Louisiana Tech (0-2) San Jose State (1-1) at Southern Miss (0-2) Saturday  Morning Baylor (1-0) at Old Dominion (1-1) Marshall (0-1) at Michigan (2-0) Georgia State (1-1) at Florida International (2-0) Afternoon UCF (2-0) at UTSA (2-0) Evening None Night None BYE Rice (2-0) Thanks for tuning in this week! Be sure to be around next week for the Week 3 edition! Also, if you guys have any suggestions, corrections or criticisms, let me know!
  5. Washington was done dirty. Oof.
  6. Always good to see your 1st round pick have a good game. Especially when it slowly kills a meme.
  7. I wonder if UTSA will still be ranked ahead of NT this week?
  8. Hmmmm not 56-7 tho.....
  9. Wow, North Texas went blow for blow with the defending national champs. Great game @Qupax
  10. Ottoman Sultanate Founded: 1299 Form of Government: Absolute Monarchy Leader: Sultan Mehmed V Following an international crisis in Bosnia involving separatist movements receiving international backing, the Ottoman Empire was forced to cede Bosnia to Austria Hungary in 1895. With previous decline alongside defeat against RUSS in 1878, the fire of revolution burned hot in Constantinople. Within the year, a military coup had deposed the disgraced Sultan Abdul Hamid II, and had been replaced by supposed strong-man Mehmed V as the Sultan of the re-branded Ottoman Sultanate. Shortly thereafter, a short war was waged against Greece over the territory of Crete. This proved to be the galvanizing force that the Sultanate needed to reverse the declining course it had been on for the past century. A swift victory over the militarily weak Greeks gave the people a sense of accomplishment, but the response from the Great Powers fueled resentment. Most of the gains that were being pursued were lost at the threat of war with the Great Powers. As a result, while the Ottomans retained possession of Crete (unlike Bosnia earlier), they were not able to re-establish their rule in Greece. With the aggressive posturing of the Great Powers as justification, the Ottoman Sultanate is currently in the process of undergoing a vast modernization campaign across its military, education system and infrastructure with the goal being the ability to defend the Sultanate from attack by the infidel outsiders. Stats: Economy (1-10): Education (1-10): Military Power Overall (1-10): Land Power (1-10): Sea Power (1-10): Air Power (1-10): Technology (1-10): Health (1-10): Infrastructure (1-10): Population:
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