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DangerZoneh

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DangerZoneh last won the day on March 21 2019

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About DangerZoneh

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  • Birthday 06/04/1996

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    TCU

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  • CFBHC Career
    TCU Horned Frogs (2014-Present)
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    Cincinnati Bengals Head Coach (2014-2016), Cincinnati Bengals GM (2017), Cincinnati Bengals Owner/GM (2018-2020)
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    1x Big XII Champion (2021), 1x National Coach of the Year (2022)
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  1. Gg! That’s a rough one. Way to make the big plays.
  2. 58%! But he was also 7/13 on third down, the efficiency is just kinda thrown off by volume. He carried the load against an elite team.
  3. Kofi put up a hell of a statline but I think that Taylor Cook got snubbed. He outdueled one of the best quarterbacks in the country and led his team to an upset of the #1 defending champions. The Big XII has so much talent overall it's scary. Lot of people to choose from this week and most teams didn't play.
  4. GG @Time Props to Burden, he had an outstanding game. I don't think that many teams in the country will be able to do much at all to stop him. We needed to bring this series back and I don't think it could've gone better (blatant bias). Now for my team, hooo what a game! Taylor Cook is really gaining control of the offense. His completion percentage doesn't look good, but he converted 7/13 3rd downs. He was able to keep the ball moving. He also made plays with his feet for the first time. He didn't show that at all last year, but it might've been McHanna covering it up. That's a tough defense to play against so I'm excited to see how he does moving forward. I think it's clear he has a lot to work with. Matteo Cates is awesome and deserve to get the ball more so I'll make that happen somehow. Both of my true freshmen showed up on the statsheet, Spencer Griffin had 81 yards and a TD! That's a hell of a coming out party for a first game. I'll reserve judgement on my defense until I see them against not the best offense in the country.
  5. You don't know that someone did that. They could've put Illinois or Clemson at 2.
  6. This is awesome! This season is shaping up to be one of the better ones for TCU. It reminds me a lot of the 2021 season. Very difficult out of conference, young QB, high expectations. I think the obvious place to look for the success of this team is at QB. Taylor Cook showed last year that he has the potential to be amazing. He put together some pretty incredible performances but was inconsistent. If he can take the step forward and have more games like against Duke last season, then we'll be tough to beat. It helps that he'll have a more experienced Matteo Cates and a stronger OL with him. Defensively, I honestly think this is going to be the best one that I've ever put out by a mile. Hooker Jackson gets to play his traditional role, hopefully his development hasn't been majorly damaged. The linebacker corps remains strong even after the surprise declaration of Richard Farrell. Honestly, we might have upgraded there, getting a young guy with a ton of potential. The secondary has a ton of young talent and finally the kind of gameplan to get to showcase it. I have 5-6 corners and 3 free safeties who could all make the argument for playing time, so being able to give them a break when necessary will be very nice. Above all, I can't WAIT to see my true freshmen in action! I didn't expect to. The two who are starting are both replacing early declarations. Spencer Griffin came out of high school as the number one ranked TE in the country. Aguilera was Cook's second leading receiver last year, Nielsen was his first. Hopefully he can provide a consistent target for Cook. And if he can, then next year should be really fun with his identical twin brother, who was the #1 ranked ATH, currently redshirting. Same idea for Jarvis Bowen, who was the #4 ranked OLB in the country. He had a tight recruitment with most people putting him at Bama, but he made a surprise signing day decision to come to the Frogs. He's a hope for TCU's outside rush threat in the 3-4 we're running. A consistent pass rusher is something that my teams have very much struggled with, so a guy like Bowen could be huge.
  7. FB Brendan Rector 6-1 237 (Sr) Johnson City (Johnson City TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking]C James Kaplan 6-2 302 Sr Floydada (Floydada TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] OLB Blake Burns 6-0 241 Sr Calhoun Community College (Tanner AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Coverage]FS Gabriel Sanders Jr. 6-0 193 Sr Baton Rouge Community College (Baton Rouge LA) 5.0 of 5.0 [Zone Coverage] Kaplan ends an excellent career as a long time starter at center for the Frogs. Burns and Sanders are both JuCo transfers who look to make an impact this season! OG Vic Purvis 6-6 318 Sr Crowell (Crowell TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking]DT Zachary Maxwell 6-0 297 (Sr) Huntsville (Huntsville TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [1-Gap]CB Moussa McCullough 6-0 160 (Sr) River Road (Amarillo TX) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage]SS Nat Brown 5-10 182 Sr Central Catholic (Morgan City LA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Man Coverage]SS Jacquies Brinkley 6-1 200 Sr Tarkington (Cleveland TX) 2.0 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] Props to the other seniors who aren't starting! These guys have also made an impact on the team in some aspect.
  8. According to this, TCU plays in 2 of the top 2 biggest OOC games of the year. Gotta live on the hype
  9. I definitely wouldn’t count it out, but there’s a lot to see first. Our team is in a very exciting position, but we went 8-5 last year and they won a national championship. I know that in a cupcake conference, you can basically look ahead to the end of the season, but that’s not how things work here. We’re thinking about week 1 SMU, not bowl game SMU.
  10. Week 1: TBA Week 2: @ USC Week 4: @Florida
  11. Seems like she made the accusation when she found out he was going to be moving to Baltimore...
  12. How many sacks did Pareja have? The team had three and nobody else has sacks listed. It looks like the - was erased but nothing was put in.
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