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    DangerZoneh last won the day on December 24 2017

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    About DangerZoneh

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    1. DangerZoneh

      Adoption Story and AMA

      Wow... that's absolutely amazing!
    2. I'm at a weird point in my life. I just graduated, and I should be proud of what I did. I got degrees in math and computer science from the best college in the state. I'm moving out of the country to work and travel for a year. Yet I hate talking about what I've done because I really feel like I've accomplished nothing in my life. Maybe it's because my grades weren't great, but I always rationalized that as grades weren't my driving, and that I really focused on learning - which was true, to an extent. This isn't to say I'm not happy. I'm incredibly happy. I have great relationships with my friends and family and a lot of people who support me. I have a great future ahead of me in a field that is constantly growing, and one I really enjoy. There are a lot of things in my life that make me happy, especially this site. Maybe that's the reason I like to talk so much about my team in the shoutbox. I'm constantly seeking validation. Both in real life and here. This site is one of the few things I've been really successful in. At least, it's one of the few things that I have solid proof about. Especially recruiting. Those are numbers, no question of who is better at it, and being the best is something that really drives me and something I work a lot toward. A validation that I never seem to get in real life. Yeah, my friends all say I'm a genius and people have always talked about how smart I am, but that's not concrete. They're just words. I didn't have the grades to back it up, though, which hurt a lot. Somehow I have incredibly high self confidence, to the point of cockiness, and incredibly low self confidence. I don't know how to explain it. I go into most things feeling like I can be better than everyone else, yet I also know I'm not. I don't think about myself in the way others do, I guess. I really don't know. I HATE social media with a passion. I don't have a Twitter or Instagram account and haven't posted on Facebook in years. I'll post a snapchat story MAYBE once every few years, and often take it down because I feel it's stupid. Part of it is because I can't see other people's reactions to it so I don't know what others think. I'll agonize of sending someone a text or a snap at the risk of looking dumb or annoying to them. It's hard to maintain relationships that way and I worry what it'll be like now that I'm out of college and don't get to see my friends on a face to face basis regularly. Face to face, I don't have an issue. I have a lot of friends, will happily talk to people, and am generally charismatic (at least I think so). Heck, I work as a tour guide and do a great job at that. Public speaking is absolutely one of my favorite things to do. It's another arena where I feel I'm very skilled and can impress people. I take every chance I get at that, and I guess it's another face to face thing. There's some disconnect there and I don't know, but it feels physically painful to try and post something on social media. More than anything, though, I feel like the biggest failure in my life has been my relationship with girls, something that's almost non-existent. There are some deep-seeded emotional issues there that I need to talk to a therapist about. I've never had a serious relationship in my life. Not even close. I've never even kissed a girl while sober, as hard as that is to admit. I can honestly say, there's never really been a point in my life where I've felt like a girl I'm interested in is interested in me and that really hurts. I spent middle and high school constantly fawning over one girl (not the same one at all times, just one at a time) and never really talking to them. My biggest fear in life is that girls view me as creepy and I do anything possible to avoid that, even if it means avoiding talking to them altogether. I didn't even really hang out with girls much until my Sophmore year of college, when I started to hang out with them a lot. But even then, it was face to face. Very rarely text, very rarely snapchat. I can't even really text someone platonically, people who are my friends and I know like me! There's something there that makes every single message an ordeal to send and I don't know what it is. I've never talked about this to someone in real life and I wouldn't know how to bring it up. I'd only feel like I'm annoying them with my problems. I've always thought that it'll just happen, a switch would flip or SOMETHING, and it never has. I blame it on my size a lot, but even in high school when I was in shape and playing football, it didn't help. I was just awkward. I could keep going on about this for a long time, and throughout college, it was what I thought about half the time, so I won't go on longer with this rant. Like I said before, I'm really happy and excited for my future. I know I'm talented. I know I'm really good at what I do. I scored the best in my class on the exit exam for computer science and in the 99th percentile in the country. There is so much potential in my life, yet a part of me feels like it's all going to end the same way everything has - completely average, which I really don't think I am. I don't know... it's hard to put into words and really hard for me to even type this out. Thank you to anyone who reads through this, it does mean a lot.
    3. DangerZoneh

      Who are the 2022 Heisman favorites?

      Felix Luck, in his first year starting, went 13-2 on a playoff team while taking the ENTIRE offense on his back. He set school records for passing yards and TDs. He threw for 300 yards, 3 TDs, and 0 INTs in the playoffs against one of the top defenses in the country. He returns his top two WRs, who were ALSO sophomores last year, as well as his TE, who was only a freshman. He also adds two more 4.5 WRs who redshirted last year. He’ll be the QB of a team that will more than likely enter the season ranked #1 and a favorite to repeat as Big XII champs and as a playoff team. That should definitely warrant the guy Heisman hype. If this were real life, ESPN wouldn’t stop talking about him. The hype is real.
    4. DangerZoneh

      10th Anniversary Tournament

      You would have gone to the CCG to play a team who had already beaten you. Losing the tie was the best possible thing that could have happened to you.
    5. DangerZoneh

      [2021] All-Americans

      Congrats to Tyson Chadwick on becoming only the second All-American in TCU history and the first since 2013! What an amazing young man. Can't wait to see what he does next season!
    6. DangerZoneh

      [2021] Conference Favorites (CFBHC)

      Texas was like a top 10 preseason team and just fell apart. I was higher on OU than most
    7. DangerZoneh

      [2021] Sophomore Quarterback Update

      Felix Luck gets no respect Wins are a QB stat, right?
    8. DangerZoneh

      [2021] CFBHC National Championship Game

      Congrats inspiral! Purdue was the best team all year and they proved it tonight.
    9. DangerZoneh

      10th Anniversary Tournament

      Now there's a lot more on this season, sitting on the bubble. I SHOULD feel comfortable in being able to win 11 games this year, given I'm returning 17 starters from a 13 win team, but nothing is guaranteed.
    10. DangerZoneh

      10th Anniversary Tournament

      SEC has already clinched hosting unless the B1G wins it in 2021 and 2022. Big XII could also get 3 with a title in 2022 but LSU and Bama won before Oklahoma.
    11. DangerZoneh

      [2021] Bowl Games - Day #11

      First things first - congratulations Inspiral! You’re a heck of a coach and truly deserve this. Could not imagine losing to a more worthy coach. You’re someone I respect and look up to a lot. You built this team up from nothing and now it’s your time to take them into the promised land. I said it before the playoffs and it bears repeating - I don’t think there’s a team as complete as Purdue in the country, and my team showed that they’re no exception. As for my team, it’s always tough to end a season, but I could not have asked for more from these guys. I entered this season with the goal of winning the Big XII and not only accomplished that but won a playoff game on top of that! Felix Luck was incredible in his first year starting. He’s an excellent young man and has earned everything every step of the way, including the starting job! Now we get to one of my favorite activities - looking forward to next season! I’m going to return 18/22 starters on offense and defense. Saying goodbye to Adriel Sierra, Shamar Burroughs, Elliot Webster, and Matthew Dyson and saying hello to new faces like FT Grady and Patrick Ross. This has been an exciting and validating season, but now the real work starts. We’ve shown we can make it to this point, now we need to win. TCU’s future is as bright as the present, and while the result today is disappointing, I can’t wait to see the future! Again, congratulations Inspiral! Go win it all! CHOO CHOO!
    12. Can't wait. Go Frogs!
    13. Storm's list is pretty damn good. I'd switch the last two, though. I'd also move 2014 up a couple spots. That game was one of the most hyped ones we've had and both teams were crazy good.
    14. DangerZoneh

      [2021] PFF All-Time Top CFBHC Coaches

      Yeah, that's what I meant when I said $Pat. For some reason I thought he was coaching when Texas won it.
    15. DangerZoneh

      [2021] PFF All-Time Top CFBHC Coaches

      I mean, maybe. But I don't think that my recruiting classes until 2017 were really that great. My 2016 and 2017 teams overachieved a lot. In the last 6 seasons, I've gone 56-24, even with a 3-9 year. I've gone to the Big XII championship 3 of the last 4 years, something that no other Big XII teams have ever done. I mean recruiting is one thing, but my teams consistently perform at or above their talent level. I mean, how many TCU players are stars in the NFL right now? How many are even really that good? Not saying recruiting isn't a huge factor, because I definitely value that, but I don't think it's everything. That being said, I was still surprised to see where I was. For other players, I think storm is a bit low. He's consistently had a good team at Kansas without a lot of talent around him. Also, is TheUgly the only national champion not on this list? Wait... $Pat.