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  1. GG @jared2001usa I think that QB will get you some wins this season
  2. As someone who has never been in cbbhc, I have to say what has held me back in the past is mostly the dice rolling mechanic of the game. If that were to change I would become VERY interested in playing. It would also be a great idea, in my opinion, to have it during the offseason of cfb. The offseason was way too long this year and almost made me, and others, leave the site. So if there was a way to change the dice rolling gameplay and have the season during the offseason of cfb I would be very interested in playing.
  3. Some of those Miami numbers were pretty ridiculous, Cera very well may hold onto the career TDs mark. He will, I'm going to keep updating it as the season progresses.
  4. Today I'm going to look at the upcoming 2024 MAC season and where some of the returning offensive players stand as far as Season and Career MAC records. Not all records will be looked at, just yards and TDs. Records for even more statistics in MAC history can be found in the wiki link at the end of the post. PASSING RECORDS Season records: Yards - 4502, Byron Suggs, Central Michigan 2023 TDs - 39, Zack Cera, Miami (OH) 2021 Career records: Yards - 14339, Zack Cera, Miami (OH) 2019-2022 TDs - 129, Zack Cera, Miami (OH) 2019-2022 Returning players: Byron Suggs, (Sr) 5.0/5.0 - Central Michigan 2023 season stats: 4502 yards(1st all-time), 36 TDs(t2nd), 5 Ints; Career stats: 11719yards(2nd), 93 TDs(2nd), 18 Ints Already second all-time in multiple passing statistics, Suggs has an opportunity to rewrite the MAC record book by the end of the 2024 season. Suggs' 2023 season is first all-time in yardage and tied for second all-time in TDs. The Chippewa quarterback also set the MAC record for yards in a game with 503 against Appalachian State. If Suggs repeats his Junior season he'll find himself atop the all-time standings for MAC passing yards and second all-time in TDs thrown. It'll only take 5 picks to end up 10th in interceptions thrown but, as a 4 year starter and providing Central Michigan with its first MAC Championship, you have to imagine that's not a real concern. Austin Lowe, (Sr) 4.0/4.0- Ohio 2023 season stats: 3909 yards(4th), 31 TDs(6th), 10 Ints; Career stats: 10335 yards (6th), 85 TDs(3rd), 21 Ints Another 4 year starter, Lowe has flown under the radar the majority of his career and he has Suggs to thank for that. Lowe performed well in 2023 with a top 10 season statistically and brought Ohio to the MAC Championship as the East Division representatives. It's highly unlikely that Lowe will have a performance that moves him ahead Suggs or Cera but he will almost certainly be third all-time in most passing stats, still very respectable. RUSHING RECORDS Season records: Yards - 1944, DeSean Madison, Western Michigan 2022 TDs - 29, Emmanuel Fields, Western Michigan 2017 Career Records: Yards - 7030, DeSean Madison, Western Michigan 2020-2023 TDs - 84, DeSean Madison, Western Michigan 2020-2023 Returning players: Damani Laws, (Sr) 5.0/5.0 - Ball State 2023 stats: 1615 yards, 15 TDs; Career stats: 2867 yards, 31 TDs Alex Self, (Sr) 4.5/4.5 - Buffalo 2023 stats: 1354 yards, 15 TDs; Career stats: 1858 yards, 20 TDs Daveed Huff, (Jr) 4.5/4.5 - Central Michigan 2023 stats: 1087 yards, 16 TDs; Career stats: 1985 yards, 25 TDs Tyler Pearson, (Jr) 5.0/5.0 - Eastern Michigan 2023 stats: 1577 yards, 18 TDs; Career stats: 2663 yards, 32 TDs No returning Running Back had a top 10 season in 2023 in any statistical category, but multiple were pretty close. DeSean Madison found himself everywhere in the charts but he's now a member of the Las Vegas Raiders after being drafted in the 2nd round of the 2024 NFLHC Draft. If any of the players mentioned above, particularly Laws or Pearson, repeat their 2023 efforts, they will find themselves meddling in the bottom half of the top 10 charts. If Pearson stays for his Senior year he could find himself breaking into the top 4 in multiple statistics. PASSING RECORDS Season records: Yards - 1312, Joseph Aikman, Central Michigan 2023 TDs - 14, Casey Swann, Miami (OH) 2020 & 2021 Career records: Yards - 3319, Casey Swann, Miami (OH) 2019-2022/Kenneth Harrison, Miami (OH) 2018-2021 TDs - 39, Casey Swann, Miami (OH) 2019-2022 Returning players: Joseph Aikman, (Sr) 4.0/4.0 - Central Michigan 2023 stats: 1312 yards(1st), 9 TDs; Career stats: 3127 yards(3rd), 29 TDs(4th) Dontae Peppers, (Jr) 3.5/3.5 - Central Michigan 2023 stats: 1193 yards(t3rd), 13 TDs(3rd); Career stats: 2488 yards, 22 TDs Is it a surprise that the top returning receivers are all on the same teams as the top returning Quarterbacks? No it isn't. Both Aikman and Peppers will go down as 2 of the best to do it in the MAC Conference but they wouldn't be where they are now if it weren't for Suggs getting them the ball. Aikman will likely be at the top of most charts after the 2024 season. If Peppers keeps up his pace for his final 2 seasons, he will own most receiving records for the conference but you have to wonder if he has peaked with his output and he may feel newcomer DaeSean Daniels breathing down his neck for targets come Peppers' Senior season. Jordan Barnes, Sr 4.5/4.5 - Ohio 2023 stats: 1084 yards(10th), 10 TDs; Career stats: 2560 yards, 25 TDs(t6th) Miles Hooker, (So) 3.0/4.5 - Ohio 2023 stats: 1127 yards(7th), 8 TDs; Career stats: 1127 yards, 8 TDs QB Lowe and Barnes have been a duo that have fed off each other going into their fourth year now but the addition of the dynamic Freshman Tight End Miles Hooker allowed Barnes to have more freedom on the field in 2023 and it will likely continue into the 2024 season. Depending on the season that Aikman has, Barnes may end the 2024 season as high as first all-time in receiving yards but will most likely be second and probably third or fourth in TD receptions. Hooker has the potential to be the most production Tight End in conference history and with an even more talented QB coming in next season you have to like the chances of him reaching that potential. Where will this years class of players end up on the all-time charts? Will any players have a dud season and not live up to their history? What will happen if a star player gets injured? Will any players not listed here have an all-time great season? It's MACtion baby MAC records can be found at http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=MAC_conference_records
  5. join the bandwagon before it becomes the cool thing to do
  6. Randolph is a real blessing this year and I'm hoping that the increased talent at WR and OL can help Coyne get to a special level. On paper we're a better team than last season but I think the roster is a season away from turning those iffy games into more likely wins in the East.
  7. Hell yeah baby MAC previews, let's go.
  8. Best of luck in the West, it's tough. Laws could win you some of these close games this season.
  9. Week 2: @ UL-Monroe confirmed Week 3: vs Wyoming confirmed Week 4: vs Western Kentucky @boogyman10 Week 8: @ Arkansas St confirmed
  10. You obviously weren’t following the 2023 Alabama Bowl very closely! Come on!
  11. Bowling Green 2024 Spring Roundup Spring game: Orange Team defeats Brown Team 20-16 In somewhat of a surprise, the first-team defense held the first-team offense to just 16 points to come out of the Spring Game with a victory. Star QB AJ Coyne had a productive day through the air for the Brown Team with 319 yards and Tasura Avea snagging 9 catches for 120 yards. Much anticipated newcomer Uterius Randolph showed his ability to stretch the defense by going for 82 yards and a TD on just 3 catches. The Orange Team defense proved to be up the challenge however, holding the Brown Team to just 39 yards rushing and intercepting Coyne twice. Sophomores Keandre Williams and Kaden Pringle were able to each get an interception. Declan Ball, who kicked for both teams, had a good day as he went 5-6 on FGs and 3-3 on XPs. Position battles going into Fall Running Back - RB Mekhi Dennis 5-8 177 (Jr) Mount Carmel Area (Mount Carmel PA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Speed]/RB Bruce Kuhn 6-0 229 Sr Blissfield (Blissfield MI) 3.0 of 3.0 [Power] The battle between Dennis and Kuhn pits 2 players with different playing styles against each other for the role of starting Running Back. Dennis has yet to see the field in his time at Bowling Green while Kuhn had 4 carries for 2 TDs in the 2023 season. Dennis' skillset may fit the offense better but Kuhn is a real fan favorite in Northwest Ohio (KUUUUUUUUUUUUHN) so this battle may not be decided until gameday. #2 Wide Receiver - WR Tasura Avea 6-2 210 So Jackson (Masillon OH) 2.0 of 3.5 [Target]/WR Sawyer Waters 6-3 202 (So) Briggs (Colombus OH) 3.0 of 3.0 [Target] Both players contributed as Freshman as Waters had an outstanding first year catching 58 balls for 819 yards and 7 TDs and Avea had 26 catches for 260 yards. All signs point to Avea having an incredible offseason and if the Spring Game is any indication it seems he has the inside track on being the #2 Wide Receiver for the 2024 season. Right Tackle - OT Mike Holley 6-7 314 So Triway (Wooster OH) 2.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking]/OT Brendan Hankins 6-1 284 Sr Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] Hankins started all of the 2023 season at Right Guard, so, while he has the experience, he has a tough battle against the bigger Holley as he returns to his natural position. Defensive End - DE Maximus Avila 6-0 266 (Sr) Brookside (Sheffield OH) 3.0 of 3.0 [Contain]/DE Andrew Payne 6-3 240 So Keystone (La Grange OH) 2.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] Avila is a 3 year starter at Defensive End who is 4th all-time at Bowling Green with 11.5 career sacks. He faces tough competition from youngster Payne who has a high motor and doesn't quit. Rumor around Bowling Green is that Avila will be able to keep his starting position for the 2024 season. Outside Linebacker - OLB Joshua Lyles 6-1 223 Sr Jesuit (Tampa FL) 3.0 of 3.0 [Coverage]/OLB Stephen Abbrederis 6-4 219 Jr Roxana (Roxana IL) 3.0 of 3.0 [Coverage] Lyles is another 3 year starter heading into his Senior year, however Lyles has failed to make much of an impact on the field during his time at Bowling Green. After a solid Spring Game, it wouldn't be a big surprise to see Abbrederis take over for the veteran Lyles. #2 Cornerback - CB Kaden Pringle 5-10 171 So Catalina Magnet (Tucson AZ) 2.0 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage]/CB Donovan Poole 6-1 169 Jr Williamsport (Williamsport MD) 3.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage]/CB Jarvis Coley 5-11 193 Fr St. Xavier (Cincinnati OH) 1.0 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] Intrigue is afoot about who will take the field across from phenom Freshman Keandre Williams at Cornerback. Can highly rated Freshman Jarvis Coley make enough progress as an early enrollee to impress the coaches and get the starting job? Donovan Poole is frustrated about not being able to nail down the job in 2023 and won't hold back when competing for the 2024 season. All this and Pringle had a great Spring Game, intercepting AJ Coyne. One thing is for sure, the competition in the Cornerback room will be heating up all Spring, Summer and Fall, hopefully leading to strong performances in the 2024 season. Questions for the 2024: Can JUCO transfer Uterius Randolph replace all-time leading Falcons receiver Brandon Lockhart? How will Freshman stud recruit Jonathan Eastman settle-in and bolster an average offensive line? Does OLB Micah Bean take the next step and improve on his 1st team all-conference performance? Can CB Deandre Williams improve on a record setting Freshman campaign?
  12. 1 cap and a goal for the danish national team as well, hopefully he's making a run towards the world cup.
  13. Soren is progressing nicely, I need him to start scoring for the first team.
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