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  1. Marshall Preview: Optimistic Despite Poor Preseason Prediction by Carl Benjamin, Junior Reporter With the 2022 CFBHC football season underway, fans around the country are awaiting the exciting debut of their favorite school's 2022 football team. Perhaps one of the most energized bases that is anxious to see their first game is the Marshall Thundering Herd fan nation. During the off-season, the Thundering Herd introduced a brand new Head Coach: Chem Trails from Lyons, Pennsylvania. With him, Coach Chem Trails brought on assistant head coach Owen Shroyer, Offensive Coordinator Alexander Jones, Defensive Coordinator Edward "Eddie" Bravo, and Special Teams Coordinator David Rubin. With this new blockbuster staff, the team has been working hard all summer to provide a well-oiled machine that can produce positive results for the school and the fans every game day. Pictured Above: Thundering Herd Head Coach Chem Trails speaking with the press at Monday's Press Conference. Despite this hard work, the Thundering Herd received a "low-blow" earlier this month when the C-USA commissioner released the preseason predictions for the conference. According to the predictions (which can be viewed at: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/23728-2022-bubadas-c-usa-projections/ ), the Thundering Herd will only manage to amass an overall record of 2-10 with a division record of a measly 1-7. This is a stark contrast from last season, where the Thundering Herd finished 6-7 overall and an impressive 5-3 standing in the division. When asked about the dismal preseason prediction, a fiery Coach Chem Trails responded with optimism and energy. "I want everybody to look at this ranking. We are expected to finish 12/14th in the conference and they haven't even seen a snap. They haven't seen how hard our boys have worked all summer long. This should serve as as motivation, encouragement to prove these so-called experts wrong. It's us against the world. We have something to prove and *expletive* we are going to go out and prove it!" After Coach Chem Trails spoke, a brief joint press conference was held with Assistant Coach Owen Shroyer and Offensive Coordinator Alexander Jones. When asked about the predictions, Coach Shroyer reacted calmly when giving his thoughts. "Well, we are the new kids on the block. I don't like to see such a low rating, nor do the players or the fans. It doesn't reflect the hard work we have been dishing out all summer long. I don't know who made the rankings and quite honestly, I don't care. We will prove the predictions wrong so that at the end of the season, we can look back at the predictions and say "Fake News"". Coach Jones had a more brief, but passionate response. "They don't know what we know. They haven't studied the data, looked at the reports, none of it. It's easy to put us down from an air-conditioned office and I promise you that we will expose them! We will prevail!" Pictured Above: Assistant Coach Owen Shroyer (Left) and Offensive Coordinator Alexander Jones (Right) speaking with the press at Monday's Press Conference. Around Huntington, the fans are still optimistic. "I don't care what the commissioner says. I see something special in these boys and he can't wait for them to prove him wrong!" proclaimed local resident Roger Stone. Other fans shared the same disapproval of the commissioner's rankings. "Well, he placed himself first, so I would say he is biased" said Huntington resident Matt Drudge. With the fans showing their disapproval of the rankings, there are still some fans who are skeptical of the new coaching staff and remain cautiously optimistic. "Well, we just need to see how they do during the first 2 games. I can't make my mind up on my own, I need to see the results first, and then I'll make my opinion of the team" said lifelong Herd fan Joseph Rogan. Despite the disappointing rankings, the community, the school, and the team remain confident and prepared for their season to kickoff. The Thundering Herd enjoy a BYE for week 1 before traveling to Buffalo during week 2. Their first home game will be on week 3 when they play Bowling Green. There will be a tailgate open to fans that will include all of the coaches behind the grill. Fans can enjoy the likes of Coach Jones' Alpha Angus burgers or Coach Chem Trails' homemade "Mooch Munch". During this time, fans will have a chance to meet the players of the 2022 team while supporting local businesses and charities. Stay tuned to the Herald-Dispatch for more updates and news regarding the Thundering Herd. Go Marshall!
  2. New Coaches plan to make a Splash in 2022 by Carl Benjamin, Junior Reporter (Huntington, WV) With the 2022 C-USA Football season about to get underway, the Thundering Herd's new head coach, Chem Trails, is feeling optimistic about making a strong impact this season with the talent on his team. "The coaches and players have been working very hard all summer to ensure we hit the 2022 football season as hard as we can." A native of the hills of Eastern Pennsylvania, Chem Trails' background blends perfectly with the culture of Marshall, many of the players, and the community at large. As a former football player, his understanding of the players and their needs and abilities has helped the team embrace Coach Chem Trails and his staff. It is this foundation of trust that has the entire team flying high heading into the 2022 season. "We have cultured a strong bond between the coaches and the players, and the players are more than thrilled to be headed in the direction that we are. Now all that awaits is for the season to start." Coach Chem Trails also brings some new coaching talent to the team in the form of coordinators. New offensive coordinator Alexander Jones brings a "rough and tough" smashmouth football presence to the team. A native of Austin, Texas, Coach Jones plans on improving the offensive line and the offensive playbook to allow for a multidimensional offense capable of both a lethal presence in the air and on the ground. "We need to be multidimensional" coach Jones said in an exclusive interview. "After reviewing the footage and studying all of the data from last year, I saw that the flaws in the team came from a stagnant, one-dimensional offense. My goal is to achieve a multidimensional presence on the field so that we can transcend into the higher levels of the division. We are working very hard to achieve this, and the offensive players are very optimistic with our direction. This year will be fun, stay tuned." Aside from the offensive prowess Coach Jones brings to the Herd, he also doubles his role as the team's nutritionist, advising players on dietary advice and legal natural supplements to help the players achieve their peak physicality and maximum performance, both on and off the field. On the defensive side of the ball, new defensive coordinator Edward Bravo specializes in defensive backs and coverage. An accomplished fighter in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Coach Bravo plans to implement some of the key tenets of discipline often seen in Jiu Jitsu and plant them into the minds of his budding defensive players. "Situational Awareness is key when you are a defensive back. It's not all about attacking the opposing players, as it is studying their body movements and identifying when they make the slightest mistake, and then capitalizing on that mistake for a big play" Coach Bravo said. "We are looking to harness the aggression into productive plays to ensure we are effective, yet efficient on the field. The biggest mistake a defensive player can make is not managing his energy output, resulting in him burning out in the second half. I want us to play through all 4 quarters of the game." With a blockbuster coaching staff, the Marshall community is excited for the 2022 season to start. "I grew up in Huntington and have always followed the Herd, but this year is something special" said local resident Paul Watson. "The energy coming out of this team is next level and I certainly am excited to see how the team does this year." Another resident of Huntington, Mark Dice, has similar sentiments. "My wife Tomi and I look forward to watching the Herd every year and we have no doubt that this year will be one worth watching. Best of luck to the coaches and the players this season!" Stay tuned to the Herald-Dispatch for more updates concerning the Herd and the start of the 2022 football season.
  3. The problem with the elections... For the 2008 democratic primary, the DNC had already sided with Obama being the safer bet due to internal polling, so in order for her to win, she would have had to betray the DNC. I think the plan was always for Obama to do 2 terms and then have Clinton step in his shoes. Bernie was a threat to that, and look what happened to him? It also explains why there were hardly any declared Democratic Candidates for the Democratic primary in 2016. As for Trump, I think Hillary did try to steal the election, but with the Tsunami for Trump being so big paired with false confidence given by multiple polls saying that Clinton had a 90+% chance of winning, their whole plan folded. As for the Clintons and the expansive list of those who have "suddenly" died around them, there are far too many instances to be chalked up to coincidence. http://lasvegas.cbslocal.com/2016/08/10/the-list-of-clinton-associates-whove-died-mysteriously-check-it-out/
  4. Another outspoken Clinton/Obama critic suddenly dead. It's rather hard to keep saying this is coincidental each time. What do you think? Was Anthony Bourdain taken out by the globalists?
  5. Chem Trails are just a piece of the puzzle. It's the Inter-dimensional beings that are instructing the globalists on how to destroy the planet and brainwash the population.
  6. I have been approved for Marshall, C-USA.
  7. ChemTrails


    1. Please list your email address and/or your reddit username at which you can be contacted. olavmaniac@yahoo.com 2. Before continuing, please thoroughly read the coaching course and feel free to ask questions. Confirm that you have read the coaching course by writing "Confirmed" below. Confirmed. 3. Which simulation are you applying for (CFBHC, NFLHC, CFLHC)? CFBHC 4. What team do you want to coach? Marshall 5. Please select two backup teams (in descending order of preference) in case your first choice is unavailable. Texas San Antonio Troy 6. Tell us a little about yourself. How old are you, what do you do, why would you be a good fit here, etc. I'm 24 years old working as a Risk Management Executive. I played football in high school (on the same team as Rocketcan) and have always maintained a great interest in the sport. During my time at Penn State, I attended many football games at Beaver Stadium. 7. This site can be as time consuming as you want it to be. Weekly duties can be completed in 30 minutes or less, however interacting with your fellow players throughout the week makes it more enjoyable for most people. Approximately, how much free time do you have during a typical week? I have a few hours of free time every day after work, so falling behind will not be an issue. 8. Losing games is an inevitable reality on this site, especially when accepting newer teams. Do you believe you can handle losing? Disappointment is expected, however we have had issues with people freaking out, and even leaving the site because of losing. Maturity will not be an issue with me. I'm here for fun and friendly competition. 9. How did you find out about this site? If recommended by a friend, please post his/her username. Rocketcan recommended me, and would love to be in the same league as him (Choose me for Marshall).
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