AzulCaballero

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  1. Big XII is making moves out here on these lists.
  2. Every recruit I don't bid on is another recruit Danger gets, so hopefully that helps you decide
  3. I've been logging in periodically to see if gameplanning or recruiting have been setup on the interface but haven't seen anything to do with it, in fact the entire CFBHC section of my interface is gone leaving just CBBHC. I figured since we delayed the season a bit that it was still under construction however Inspiral told me that someone gave my team away (for inactivity maybe?) and to repost a request for Texas. So here I am, naked and afraid. Please let my team so I can gameplan and recruit. 1. Please list your email address and/or your reddit username at which you can be contacted. AzulCaballero 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. What team do you want to coach? Texas Longhorns 4. Please select two backup teams (in descending order of preference) in case your first choice is unavailable. Kansas Jayhawks Texas Longhorns Wichita State Shockers Blue Mountain State 5. In three or more sentences, tell us a little about yourself. How old are you, what do you do, where are you from, why would you be a good fit here, etc. KRUSH. KRUSH. KRUSH. 6. 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? At least 2 or 3 free times 7. 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. I lose a lot, it's cool. I lost to OU, I lose a lot with New England, I lost my team, it happens. 8. How did you find out about this site? If recommended by a friend, please post his/her username. I live here
  4. Called tf out boiii.
  5. I'm fairly confident that Sophos, Neovenator, Alchemy, Rome, and maybe Kah(?) answered some of my questions in the shoutbox when I was getting started at Arizona State. From when I was a noobie it was very unclear to me (1) what the player types entailed at some positions (2) the importance and complexity of some of the gameplanning features (3) if there's penalties for changing anything on the game plan week-to-week (4) why Boise State and UCF were in the Big XII. I thought the general information of the sim, even then, was fairly easy to find and understandable.
  6. Is it bad that I already approved this
  7. How does any NFLHC kicker have a 61.5% FGPct with the fourth highest attempt rate. How does any NFLHC kicker miss a 44 yarder *short*. Wheelchair Jimmy can kick a ball 54 fucking yards Hopefully the last thing Ronald McFuckface misses in New England is his remaining paycheck. I'm fixing to kick his ass through the uprights of my offices front door.
  8. Are you fucking kidding me Ronald
  9. Week 6, 2020 Debarred Tensions growing in the locker room as rumors speculate that Lawyer may be out as starting quarterback is losing spiral continues.
  10. Nick Hall, OAK, 17/29, 208 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT, 0/0 F/L
  11. I don't care to go into complete detail about how I gameplan when I'm actually an active coach but I, and now Sleuth to a degree, do something that I think is unique. New England has been surprisingly blessed with smart QBs with good decision making skills though they make lack other skills. I think if you have a QB that can spread the ball and go through their checkdowns it's in your favor to mess with your WR Corps and put them in front of the corners they're most likely to burn through. Your starting CB is a stud but your #2 is trash? - let's move our WR1 to WR2 and have him dust your garbage corner. One corner is 5-8? - Let's put our 6-5 guy on him. I think there's little things you can do to help your QB, especially a QB like Lawyer who may lack accuracy in exchange for good intelligence.
  12. True, and funny you say that because I just checked and saw that O'Reilly (18) and Raoul Gomez (18) were both 4/4's that played at a solid 5 level. It did go down steadily after those two though. When I say "true skill" I mean the average of those two ratings. A 1/5 would be a 3 and that 3/4.5 would be a 3.75, for example. So when a five-star potential is playing at or below a "3 level" that means he's playing at a level that is the bare minimum or well below any possible 5-five star player's expectations because that would assume they'd be playing below a 1/5 level.
  13. Hold my beer, I'm gonna keep going. So I decided to look into IRL college football QBs to see if the "bust-rate" is similar to our sim. For my initial post I used just 2 seasons (2018-19) of sim seasons as Pocket QB data in which it represents a spread of 6 recruitment classes - so when looking at IRL data I used 6 seasons of "Pro Style" QB recruitment. In order to get sufficient data I used the recruiting classes between 2007-2012 so that all IRL QBs have graduated and played sufficient time. Similarly to my initial post I tried my best to only represent 2 seasons of data (usually their latest and best seasons) unless they transferred then I did 3. Lastly, I only compared IRL 5-star recruits (essentially 5 potential) to the sim's 5 star potential players. Here's all the IRL 5-star recruits, according to Rivals, and their data; From there I used my initial posts' data to assign the expected "true skill" of each player. If a players' true skill is "5" then they're performing essentially at a 5/5, a "3" would be performing essentially at a "1/5" level, therefore performing at a 3 or less is essentially a bust because they're performing at or below the bare minimum of their potential. Here's how things played out: Takeaways There's too many 5-star potential QBs to be realistic in the sim (31 vs 16), especially considering I used 6 seasons of IRL CFB data vs 2 of the sim. If grouping in the 4.5 potentials, that number doubles to 62. In two seasons, 62 times an above-4 star player has played at least 12 games in our sim compared to 16 IRL. Performing between a 3.25-5 true skill is fairly evenly distributed IRL while the sim heavily skews toward 5-potential pocket QBs to perform in the 5-4.75 skill range. That's performing at the level of a 4.5/5 or 5/5 QB. The bust percentage of IRL Pocket QBs is 44% vs the Sim's 13%. Though not confirmed, there's likely not a lot of the same thing, but backwards. Jameis Winston was a 4-star recruit that played at a 5 star level, etc.
  14. You're dead to me, bucko

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