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    1. Franz Kafka

      [2021] PFF Draft Evaluation: Dallas & Denver

      Deyonte!
    2. Franz Kafka

      [2021] Week #17 - SNF

      Damn. #6 seed it is.
    3. 2021 Postseason: Did You Know? | Of the 12 starting quarterbacks in the postseason, eight were Heisman finalists Brian Brown Graham Burnett Todd Jennings Jason Johnson Christian Skaggs Allan Taylor Erik Wegert Thomas Wheeler Of those 12, three won the Heisman Brian Brown Todd Jennings Allan Taylor Three pairs of the starting QBs played together in college Christian Skaggs 2013 Thomas Wheeler 2013-2014 Taylor Heiden 2013-2015 R.J. Stanford 2014-2017 Darrell Murphy 2013 Erik Wegert 2013-2015 Nine of the starting QBs were drafted in the First Round Brian Brown Graham Burnett Nick Hall Jason Johnson Darrell Murphy Christian Skaggs Allan Taylor Erik Wegert Thomas Wheeler The lowest drafted starting QB was a third rounder Todd Jennings 74th overall All but two starting QBs were on a college roster in 2013 Graham Burnett 2017-2019 R.J. Stanford 2014-2017 The Miami Dolphins have the shortest starting left tackle OT Marcellus Peterson 6-2 328 7 Alabama [Run Blocking] 97 Peterson is also the highest rated offensive tackle OT Marcellus Peterson 6-2 328 7 Alabama [Run Blocking] 97 Six of the teams have a 1,000+ yard rusher Only two teams have an active postseason streak of five or more seasons Only one team has made the postseason the last six seasons Of the 12 playoff teams, seven also made the postseason last year Three playoff teams hail from their state's capital city The heaviest average offensive line weighs in at 319.2 lbs 319.2 lbs 303.4 lbs 302.4 lbs The tallest average offensive line measures in at even 6'6" 6' 6.0" 6' 5.8" 6' 4.6" The tallest offensive lines are also the lightest 283.6 lbs 286.2 lbs 292.6 lbs The shortest offensive line measures in at 6' 1.4" 6' 1.4" 6' 2.0" 6' 3.0" The Eastern Time Zone is the most represented in this year's playoffs Eastern - 6 Central - 3 Pacific - 2 Mountain - 1
    4. Franz Kafka

      [2021] Scout contracts

      Denver Broncos TheTacoOfDoom 1 year
    5. Franz Kafka

      Predict the 2021 CFBHC Playoff Seeds!

      1. Missouri 2. Purdue 3. TCU 4. Air Force 5. Auburn 6. Michigan 7. Duke 8. Utah
    6. The entire Georgia Bulldog family would like to celebrate the NFLHC career of offensive tackle, Chris DeMarco. Chris was a starter in Athens from 2013-2014 and helped lead Georgia to 19 wins and the 2014 SEC East Title. He was selected in the 6th round of the 2015 draft by the hometown Atlanta Falcons. After not seeing the field for the Falcons in 2015, he was selected with the 17th overall pick in the 2016 Expansion Draft by the (then) San Diego Chargers. He went on to start 44 consecutive games for the Chargers from 2016-2018 before joining the rotation on the left side. He played three more seasons for the Chargers before recently announcing his retirement. "Chris was one of the stalwarts on our offensive line back in our inaugural season at Georgia. He was one of our big leaders and helped make sure everyone on the offensive line knew their assignment. From our first practice, I knew he'd end up playing on Sundays and I couldn't be more proud of his seven year pro career." -UGA Head Coach Franz Kafka (2013-2017, 2021-present) "I think he and big McKelvey were our starting tackles back in 2013 and those guys kept my jersey clean almost every Saturday. It makes your job a lot easier as a quarterback when you've got great tackles. I knew the Falcons got a sleeper in that draft and I think the Chargers made a hell of a pick in that expansion draft." -UGA QB Sam Armour (2013-2014) Rookie player line: OT Chris DeMarco 6-7 319 R Georgia [Run Blocking] 71 Final player line: OT Chris DeMarco 6-7 319 6 Georgia [Run Blocking] 77 Congratulations, Chris!
    7. WEEK 16 RECAP Tennessee Volunteers 38 (6-6) Vanderbilt Commodores 6 (3-9) It was over when... Tennessee scored a touchdown on the opening drive of the third quarter, salting the game away. Game ball goes to... Eddie Clinton, RB 24 carries, 164 yards, 2 TD Clinton and the Vol offensive line leaned on the 'Dores all game, wearing out their rival's defense. Stat of the game... 302. Tennessee outgained Vandy by 302 yards Next game: Tennessee vs. TBD (Bowl Game) Vanderbilt vs. TBD (Week 1, 2022) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mississippi State Bulldogs 42 (7-5) Ole Miss Rebels 10 (2-10) It was over when... The Bulldogs ripped off 28 straight points after an opening drive field goal by Ole Miss. Game ball goes to... Ryder Shipman, QB 25/35, 309 yards, 3 TD Shipman was nearly unstoppable in the 2021 Egg Bowl - each of his three touchdowns went to three different targets. Stat of the game... 7. Mississippi State's offense was incredible on early downs, facing only seven third down situations all game. Next game: Mississippi State vs. TBD (Bowl Game) Ole Miss vs. TBD (Week 1, 2022) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #17 Florida Gators 34 (9-3) Florida State Seminoles 7 (4-8) It was over when... Florida had a 17 point outburst in the third quarter. Game ball goes to... Ethan Newby, RB 25 carries, 147 yards, 2 TD Newby torched the FSU defense for 147 yards on nearly six yards per carry. Stat of the game... 233. This was a war on the ground, as the teams combined for only 233 passing yards. Next game: Florida vs. TBD (Bowl Game) Florida State vs. TBD (Week 1, 2021) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Texas A&M Aggies 24 (8-4) Notre Dame Fighting Irish 20 (7-5) It was over when... The Aggies rallied in the final moments of the fourth quarter for the victory. Game ball goes to... Nathan Singletary, QB 22/37, 235 yards, 2 TD Singletary provided nearly all the offense for Texas A&M and connected with Cayden Greene for the game-winning score. Stat of the game... 14. The longest rush in the entire game was a paltry 14 yards. Next game: Texas A&M vs. TBD (Bowl Game) Notre Dame vs. TBD (Bowl Game) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #20 Louisville Cardinals 24 (9-3) Kentucky Wildcats 28 (4-8) It was over when... Kentucky chewed the final four minutes of clock to seal the victory. Game ball goes to... Elijah McManus, QB 24/35, 275 yards, 3 TD McManus was fantastic in the Wildcats' season finale, throwing nearly 300 yards and three touchdowns. Stat of the game... 133. Louisville had exactly 133 yards passing and 133 yards rushing. Next game: Louisville vs. TBD (Bowl Game) Kentucky vs. Indiana (Week 2, 2022) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clemson Tigers 34 (7-5) #18 South Carolina Gamecocks 20 (8-4) It was over when... Clemson stretched its lead to 21 halfway through the final period. Game ball goes to... Jamel Armstrong, QB 19/26, 207, 2 TD, INT Aside from an early interception, Armstrong was nearly flawless for the Palmetto Bowl Champs. Stat of the game... 0.9. Despite a 0.9 OL advantage, South Carolina trailed wire-to-wire. Next game: Clemson vs. TBD (Bowl Game) South Carolina vs. TBD (Bowl Game) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 17 (6-6) #13 Georgia Bulldogs 23 (9-3) It was over when... Zeke Burkett scrambled for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Game ball goes to... Kameron Ellis, RB 22 carries, 149 yards, TD 2 catches, 20 yards Ellis made an impact from the opening whistle, providing just enough offense to give Georgia the victory. Stat of the game... 6.4. Georgia's defense held Tech's high-flying pass attack to 6.4 yards per attempt. Next game: Georgia vs. TBD (Bowl Game) Georgia Tech vs. TBD (Bowl Game) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #3 Auburn Tigers 28 (11-1) Alabama Crimson Tide 20 (7-5) It was over when... Linus Petty threw a fourth quarter interception, ending the Tide's comeback hopes. Game ball goes to... Sean Meade, RB 20 carries, 115 yards, 2 TD Meade churned out yards all night in the 2021 edition of the Iron Bowl. Stat of the game... 3. Alabama had to settle for three field goal attempts. Not ideal when facing off against one of the nation's best offenses. Next game: Auburn vs. Missouri (SECCG) Alabama vs. TBD (Bowl Game)
    8. Franz Kafka

      Oregon running back Trevon Yeldon declares for NFL Draft

      Best RB in the league. Out with the old Spears, in with the new Yeldon.
    9. Franz Kafka

      [2021] Kafka's CCG Previews: AAC

      WELCOME TO KAFKA'S 2021 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEWS ep. 5: #25 Temple Owls (9-3) @alienufo vs. #21 Navy Midshipmen (9-3) @TheTodd15 Who will prevail in the first ever ranked vs. ranked AAC championship game? Three important matchups: OT Isaac Montalvo 6-6 290 (Jr) Gilman School (Baltimore, MD) 5.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] DE Abdoulaye Hannah 6-0 244 Sr Fairmont (Fairmont, NC) 4.5 of 4.5 [Blitz] OG Tomas Duran-Zuniga 6-3 335 So Herkimer County Community College (Herkimer, NY) 3.0 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] DT Zion Salcedo 6-3 291 (Jr) St. Johnsbury Academy (, VT) 4.0 of 4.0 [1-Gap] SS Stephen Daniel 5-10 193 (So) Cumberland Valley (Mechanicsburg, PA) 3.5 of 5.0 [Man Coverage] QB Isaiah Best 6-4 199 (So) Port St. Lucie (Lucie, FL) 3.5 of 4.0 [Scrambling] First off the bus: DT Zachary Blake 6-7 285 (Jr) Brattleboro Union (Brattleboro, VT) 4.0 of 4.0 [1-Gap] OG Nathan Hamlin 6-7 280 Sr Concord (Concord, NC) 2.0 of 2.0 [Run Blocking] TEMPLE's strengths Five Horsemen of the Apocalypse Temple boasts one of the top offenses in the AAC and it's due in large part to how well they spread the ball around on offense. Their combo of QB Jordan North (31 TD), WR Jeremy Sneed (815 yards,7 TD), WR Omar Donald (809 yards, 8 TD), TE Garrett Taylor (848 yards, 8 TD) and RB Julian Childs (1,025 yards) form the deadliest five-man combo in the conference. TEMPLE's weaknesses Pass defense The Owls' pass defense has had problems this season and their defensive ranks tell the unfortunate tale: they rank 3rd worst in passing yards allowed and 4th worst in total yards allowed. The Owls will need to batten down the hatches in the secondary against Navy's high-flying attack. NAVY's strengths Isaiah Best in the League? The Midshipmen are led by dual-threat QB Isaiah Best, who's racked up more than 3,500 total yards and 32 TD on the season. He's efficient (2nd in QBR, 2nd in %) and makes plays with his arm and his legs (388 rushing yards, 5 TD). He's led them to the league's second-best offense in points and yards and hopes to keep the train rolling against the Owls. NAVY's weaknesses Can be porous against the run Navy fields the AAC's 7th best run-defense, allowing 1,057 yards on the ground this season. Their defensive line can get to the quarterback just fine, but they can struggle at times against a strong rush attack. PREDICTION TEMPLE 34 NAVY 31 MVP: TE Garrett Taylor
    10. WELCOME TO KAFKA'S 2021 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEWS ep. 4: #9 Oregon Ducks (10-2) @bingo415 vs. #12 Utah Utes (10-2) @owensr37 Our first battle of ranked divisional winners this postseason - are the playoffs in the cards for either of these Pac-12 juggernauts? Three important matchups: CB Tre'Davious Dikes 6-2 199 (Sr) Butte College (Oroville CA) 4.5 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] WR Sawyer Lawrence 5-10 178 (Jr) Layton Christian (Layton, UT) 4.0 of 4.0 [Speed] RB Trevon Yeldon 6-0 233 (Jr) Powers (Powers, OR) 5.0 of 5.0 [Power] ILB Javon Knox 6-3 245 (Jr) Dallas (Dallas, OR) 4.5 of 4.5 [Will] DE Dariel Cuevas 6-1 253 (Jr) Mohawk (Marcola, OR) 4.0 of 4.0 [Blitz] OT Ian Greene 6-3 319 (Sr) East Linn Christian (Lebanon, OR) 3.5 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] First off the bus: OT Jeremiah Heck 6-6 261 Sr Harrisburg (Harrisburg, OR) 1.0 of 1.0 [Run Blocking] OG Fletcher Joyner 6-6 261 (Jr) Salt Lake Community College (Salt Lake, UT) 4.5 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] OREGON's strengths The best running back in the country Trevon Yeldon has been unstoppable this season and he leads the PAC-12 in yards (1,999), yards per carry (7.02), touchdowns (27), longest run (88), and 100-yard games (12). He is, to put it bluntly, the best running back in the nation. OREGON's weaknesses The kicking game Oregon has struggled with both field goals and punting this season. Jaden Ross is a lowly 13/19 (68.4%) on field goals with a long of 46. Their punter, John Schuler, is marginally better, but his 40.2 yards/punt is only tied for 7th best league-wide. UTAH's strengths Aerial attack Donald Culver has a sparkling 37:6 TD:INT ratio and completes nearly two-thirds of his passes. Along with WR Graham Adam (1,076 yards, 11 TD) and WR Sawyer Lawrence (1,023 yards and 13 TD), they form one of the most prolific trios in the league. UTAH's weaknesses Star-less secondary? Overall, Utah has one of the better defenses in the PAC-12, but they lack a true star in the secondary. Their corners have been picked on at times this year and none of their five rotating DBs have more than three interceptions. PREDICTION OREGON 28 UTAH 24 MVP: Trevon Yeldon, RB
    11. Welcome to Franz's Facts! Your weekly home for tidbits, nuggets, statistical leaders, and the like Due to my absence last week, this will be an extended version. WEEK 16 - STAT LEADERS Passing yards Thomas Wheeler, TEN - 309 Christian Barkley, JAX - 304 Aaron Shea, IND - 300 Rushing yards Akili Wallace, ATL - 109 Marcus Williams, SEA - 99 Terrence Rodger, KC - 97 Receiving yards Sam Hiller-Weeden, WAS - 127 Michael Hawkins, PHI - 125 David Gaines, CHI - 110 Rashad Simon, IND - 110 Tackles Thomas Stewart, CLE - 8 Phillip Moore, MIA - 7 Kelly Mitchell, IND - 7 Tunch Richardson, LAC - 7 Cleo Blair, DAL - 7 Morris Millen, CHI - 7 Sacks Tyrone Jones, BAL - 2.0 Tommy Wietecha, BAL - 1.5 Barron Anthony, GB - 1.5 Carter Jackson, GB - 1.5 Alvis Brumm, NYJ - 1.5 Interceptions Zero multi-INT games this week WEEK 16 FACTOIDS Only one player in triple digit rushing yards That's our season-low. We had our first sub-80 high temperature of the season Jacksonville, FL - 75 F The lowest OL rating this week was 7.5 Teams with a higher OL rating than their opponents were only 8-6 this week after an 11-2 record last week There were seven "severe" injuries this week Jack Durrence, OLB - Severe Hamstring Bruise Chris Brown, SS - Severe Achilles Rupture Hakeem Black, WR - Severe Toe Fracture Christopher Johnson, WR - Severe ACL Rupture Tony Huff, TE - Severe Shoulder Strain Sterling Brown, RB - Severe Elbow Tendonitis Joshua Whitlock, OG - Severe Shoulder Strain Teams who out-rushed their opponents were 12-4 this week Same record as last week Six games featured a fourth quarter with more than 10 points vs. - 21 points vs. - 17 points vs. - 14 points vs. - 14 points vs. - 13 points vs. - 13 points Only one game featured fewer than four touchdowns 13 - 9  For the second straight week, the Ravens were involved in a sub-four touchdown game. Only one rush went longer than 30 yards Gil Novacek - 31 yards
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      [2021] Kafka's CCG Previews: MAC

      WELCOME TO KAFKA'S 2021 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEWS ep. 2: Akron Zips (8-4) @darkage vs. #20 Western Michigan Broncos (10-2) @Jieret Jieret and the Western Michigan Broncos are on the cusp of the 11-win tier - can they hold off the red-hot Akron Zips? Three important matchups: DT Marlon Bailey 6-7 322 (Sr) Goshen (Goshen, OH) 5.0 of 5.0 [2-Gap] OG Alex Westbrook 6-2 291 (Jr) Lincoln Park (Chicago, IL) 4.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] ILB Devin Frazier 6-1 257 Jr Lakeland Community College (Kirtland, OH) 4.5 of 5.0 [Mike] RB DeSean Madison 5-7 222 (So) Mifflin (Columbus, OH) 4.0 of 5.0 [Power] WR Ahmed Fleming 5-11 208 (Sr) Gibsonburg (Gibsonburg, OH) 3.0 of 3.0 [Speed] CB Jaylin McQueen 5-10 189 Sr Wheaton North (Wheaton, IL) 4.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] First off the bus: OG Jeremy Blanchard 6-5 260 Sr Holland Christian (Holland, MI) 3.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] DE Victor Roberson 6-5 262 (Fr) Bentley (Burton MI) 3.5 of 3.5 [Blitz] AKRON's strengths DE-FENSE (clap, clap) DE-FENSE Akron boasts one of the MAC's top defenses in rush yards allowed (1st), yards allowed (2nd), pass yards allowed (3rd), and points allowed (4th). They do it with discipline and swarming tackles and force opposing offenses to string together long drives. AKRON's weaknesses Third down defense Despite having one of the top overall defenses in the MAC, Akron has had trouble getting off the field on third down. They're fourth-worst in the league in opponents' third-down conversion percentage and have allowed the second most conversions overall. WESTERN MICHGIAN's strengths Run, run, run the ball. Western Michigan leads the MAC in rushing, rushing TD, yards per carry, and 100-yard games. Combine this devastating ground attack with Akron's stout rush defense, and we could be in for an all-time showdown. WESTERN MICHIGAN's weaknesses Edge blitzing Western Michigan only has one edge player (DE, OLB) with more than one sack on the season. Offensive tackles have routinely stymied the Broncos' edge-rushing attack and quarterbacks often finish the game with a relatively clean jersey. PREDICTION WESTERN MICHIGAN 24 AKRON 23 MVP: DeSean Madison, RB
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      [2021] Kafka's CCG Previews: C-USA

      WELCOME TO KAFKA'S 2021 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEWS ep. 1: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (7-5) @boogyman10 vs. Rice Owls (11-1) @Bubada With a spot in the playoffs a feather away, Rice hopes to solidify their resume with a school-record 12th win. Can Western Kentucky play spoiler? Three important matchups: DT Felix Jennings 6-0 298 Fr Oconto (Oconto WI) 2.5 of 5.0 [1-Gap] OG Raphael Brannon 6-2 334 (So) Roma (Roma, TX) 4.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] FS Janoris Callahan 5-11 223 So Todd County Central (Elkton KY) 3.5 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] QB Eric McLean 6-2 206 (Jr) Blanco (Blanco, TX) 5.0 of 5.0 [Pocket] QB Riley West 6-1 190 (So) Munroe Day (Quincy, FL) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pocket] CB Gerald Sykes 5-10 204 So Van Alstyne (Van Alstyne TX) 3.5 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] First off the bus: DE Ahmed Eubanks 6-7 261 Fr Poteet (Poteet TX) 2.5 of 3.0 [Blitz]  ATH Brandon Dawkins 6-7 268 (Fr) Floydada (Floydada TX) 2.0 of 4.0 [Blitz] WESTERN KENTUCKY's strengths Big plays, big plays, big plays Western Kentucky's offense is led by sophomore signal-caller Riley West. He's thrown for 646 yards and 5 touchdowns in his last two games and enters the C-USA title game as sharp as ever. He'll need to rely on big plays and minimize his mistakes if Western Kentucky is to pull off the major upset. WESTERN KENTUCKY's weaknesses Taking the 'defense' out of rush defense The Hilltoppers are not good at stopping the run. In their last three contests, they've given up 6 TD on the ground and right at 5 yards per carry. If Eric McLean gets the Owls out to a big lead, look out for a steady diet of ground and pound to shorten the game. RICE's strengths Eric McLean. The Heisman semifinalist has lit up scoreboards all season and shows no signs of slowly down as he rolls into the conference championship game. He's thrown 46 touchdowns against only nine picks, while completing nearly two-thirds of this passes. Could this be his final audition for NFLHC scouts? RICE's weaknesses One dimensional When you have an elite quarterback like Eric McLean, being one-dimensional isn't necessarily a bad thing - if the Owls run into a red-hot secondary, however, they could be in for some trouble. Their tailback, Nate Wooten, only has 98 carries on the season. PREDICTION RICE 38 WESTERN KENTUCKY 13 MVP: Eric McLean, QB
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      [2021] Texas Announces New Head Coach

      @constapatedape What do you see as the main strengths and weaknesses of your new Texas team? Have fans forgiven you for the 2016 game?
    15. Franz Kafka

      2010s All-Decade CFBHC Team Nominations

      Georgia K Skip Gibson (2013-2015)
    16. Not to go too far back, but the 2016 Saints were 7-5 in the regular season and snuck into the playoffs in the final week. Ended up winning two blowouts in the playoffs to reach the NFC Championship Game. Also, Packers and Oregon State this year.
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      [2021] Week #16 - FNF

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    18. Welcome to Franz's Facts! Your weekly home for tidbits, nuggets, statistical leaders, and the like Due to my absence last week, this will be an extended version. WEEK 15 - STAT LEADERS Passing yards Rob LeCount, DET - 356 Brian Vardell, MIN - 342 Aaron Shea, IND - 309 Rushing yards Sterling Brown, NO - 136 Marcus Williams, SEA - 110 Major Morris, LV - 106 Marcus Barry, MIA - 106 Receiving yards Jeremy Cook, DET - 154 Paul Howell, NYJ - 116 Derek Harrison, JAX - 104 Tackles William Thomas, ARI - 7 Kwazi Robb - NYJ - 7 George Russell, NYG - 7 Arlie LeClair, KC - 7 Sacks Alvis Brumm, NYJ - 2.0 Doug Carolan, DET - 2.0 Tyrone Jones, BAL - 1.5 Early Davis, ATL - 1.5 Interceptions Keyshawn Thompson, DET - 2 (only multi-INT performance this week) WEEK 15 FACTOIDS Only four players totaling more than six tackles... this was our all-time low We had a tie for highest temperature Tampa, FL - 80 F vs. Miami Gardens, FL - 80 F vs. The lowest OL rating this week was 7.3 Teams with a higher OL rating than their opponents were 11-2 this week by far the best performance of the season. There were only four "severe" injuries this week Cory Betts, CB - Severe ACL Rupture Arturo Beckham, WR - Severe Achilles Rupture Greg Sewell, OT - Severe Achilles Rupture Cayden Reese, TE - Severe Toe Fracture this was by far our fewest amount of severe injuries. Teams who out-rushed their opponents were 12-4 this week For the first time all season, a team has the leader (with ties) in at least four categories passing yards, receiving yards, sacks, interceptions When a quarterback with a last name in the first half of the alphabet faced off against one with a last name in the last half of the alphabet, he went a disappointing 3-4. Only two games featured fewer than four touchdowns 23 - 16 13 - 9 In both of those two games, the home team won In both of those games, there was exactly one drop. Only one rush went longer than 31 yards Sterling Brown - 40
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      [2021] Injured Reserve

      Denver Broncos place OG Bret Pate 6-3 310 5 Texas [Pass Blocking] 87 on IR. He suffered a moderate foot fracture in Week 15 and is out for the remainder of the season.
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      [Help!] Achievements

      (5) Recruit a future #1 overall pick (5) Make the CFBHC Playoffs
    21. Coach GIll, Franz Kafka of the Daily Dread Which needs do you think you filled in this class? Which holes remain as you look forward to the 2022 season? @cmcgill
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      Georgia Announces 2022 Recruiting Class

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_B._Warnell_School_of_Forestry_and_Natural_Resources #4 in the nation hype
    23. 2022 Recruiting Class Class size: 27 National rank: #3 SEC rank: #2 TOP TEN SIGNEES FB Aaron Reilly 5-11 234 Fr Schley County (Ellaville GA) 1.5 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] 247sports take: Reilly was an Army All-American and two-way star for Schley County HS. He played linebacker and running back, specializing in short yardage situations. He scored 29 touchdowns on only 89 carries and was second on the team in tackles. He has all the tools that major colleges look for in the modern day fullback: strength, speed, and a mean-streak the size of Wyoming Intended major: Exercise Science P Devin Willoughby 6-4 176 Fr Mitchell-Baker (Camilla GA) 1.5 of 5.0 [Power] 247sports take: Willoughby wowed scouts and coaches alike at a special teams camp as a 9th grader and further cemented his status as an elite kicker/punter over the next four years. He's got a cannon of a right leg and possesses some of the best punting strength we've seen in years. Intended major: English DT Cyrus Robertson 6-4 331 Fr Pope (Marietta GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [2-Gap] 247sports take: Robertson has one of the highest ceilings of any defensive linemen in this year's class. He has some bad weight to shed once he arrives in Athens, but his motor and overall strength are unmatched. He'll fill a major hole in the middle of the Georgia DL for years to come and brings an elite level of versatility to their defense. Intended major: Business Administration OLB Christian Crouch 6-4 230 Fr Warner Robins (Warner Robins GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Blitz] 247sports take: Crouch is a demon off the edge and will give opposing tackles fits with his athleticism. He's raw and needs to improve his technique against the run game, but with the proper coaching he could be a first round pick in four years. He may start off as a situational pass-rusher, but has all the tools to be a three-down linebacker and all-conference performer. Intended major: Sociology OT Jake Horner 6-4 272 Fr Thomas County Central (GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] 247sports take: Horner fills a much-needed role in the Georgia offensive line and will arrive on campus ready to compete for playing time. He needs to add some mass to his 6'4" frame but he already possesses elite footwork and hand placement. After a few semesters in the Georgia Strength & Conditioning program, he should be ready to lock down the left tackle spot for years. Intended major: Forestry Science DE Jaylin Cox 6-2 238 Jr Rockingham Community College (Wentworth NC) 4.0 of 4.5 [contain] 247sports take: Cox was one of the top JUCO defensive linemen in this year's class and hopes to make an immediate impact in Athens. He's strong enough to set the edge and quick enough to beat offensive linemen one-on-one. Along with standout returning defensive end Omar Barner, look for Georgia to have one of the best DE duos in the SEC. Intended major: Business Management TE William Pugh 6-2 217 Jr Abraham Baldwin College (Tifton GA) 4.0 of 4.5 [blocking] 247sports take: Pugh grew up a Georgia fan and, if not for some transcript issues out of high school, would've signed with the Dawgs two years ago. He's spent the last three semesters at ABAC and should bring a level of maturity and strength to the Georgia tight end room. He needs to improve his route-running, but look for him to play a role in the run-game and as a favorite target of rising sophomore Zeke Burkett. Intended major: Psychology WR Joel Dorsey 6-0 188 Fr Pelham (Pelham GA) 2.5 of 4.5 [Speed] 247sports take: Dorsey is one of the most polished wide receivers from this year's class and will get on the field immediately for head coach Franz Kafka. He's known for his blazing speed and he's unsure if he'll run track in the offseason. Zeke Burkett was key in Dorsey's recruitment, as the Pelham HS standout wanted to play with an elite quarterback. Intended major: Accounting ILB Darius Allen 6-3 230 Fr North Hall (Gainesville GA) 1.0 of 4.5 [Will] 247sports take: Allen is one of the more intriguing prospects in this year's class - he's elite off the ball in pursuit, but needs to improve his technique and ability to shed blockers. He will likely have plenty of time to develop and can be deadly in Georgia's attacking defense. He enters a UGA linebacker room that's stocked with talent, so look for Allen to soak up everything from the vets. Intended major: Pre-Med OG Alex Henning 6-6 307 Fr North Atlanta (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] 247sports take: Henning joins Horner as a future star along Georgia's offensive line. His length is by far his best attribute as he uses his massive 6'6" frame to stonewall defensive linemen. He's likely looking at a redshirt year as he transitions from small private school mauler to a major college starter. Intended major: Business Management FULL CLASS FB Aaron Reilly 5-11 234 Fr Schley County (Ellaville GA) 1.5 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] P Devin Willoughby 6-4 176 Fr Mitchell-Baker (Camilla GA) 1.5 of 5.0 [Power] DT Cyrus Robertson 6-4 331 Fr Pope (Marietta GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [2-Gap] OLB Christian Crouch 6-4 230 Fr Warner Robins (Warner Robins GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Blitz] OT Jake Horner 6-4 272 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] DE Jaylin Cox 6-2 238 Jr Rockingham Community College (Wentworth NC) 4.0 of 4.5 [contain] TE William Pugh 6-2 217 Jr Abraham Baldwin College (Tifton GA) 4.0 of 4.5 [blocking] WR Joel Dorsey 6-0 188 Fr Pelham (Pelham GA) 2.5 of 4.5 [Speed] OG Alex Henning 6-6 307 Fr North Atlanta (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] ILB Darius Allen 6-3 230 Fr North Hall (Gainesville GA) 1.0 of 4.5 [Will] K Jeremy Layton 5-11 177 Jr Chattahoochee Technical College (Marietta GA) 3.0 of 4.0 [Accuracy] OT Max Shaffer 6-1 307 Fr North Forsyth (Cumming GA) 3.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] C Robert Lee 6-3 242 Fr North Hall (Gainesville GA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] CB Mahamadou Blakely 6-1 174 Fr North Hall (Gainesville GA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] DE Jon Millard 6-5 248 Fr Greenville (Greenville GA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Contain] FS Darron Vann 5-11 208 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] OLB Mason Diaz 6-4 241 Fr North Hall (Gainesville GA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Blitz] TE Eddie Singletary 6-1 234 Fr Grady (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Blocking] CB Messiah Dumas 5-11 198 Fr Greenville (Greenville GA) 2.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage]OG Luke Skinner 6-2 256 Fr Grady (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] QB Kwon Caldwell 6-2 187 Fr Greenville (Greenville GA) 1.5 of 3.0 [Hybrid] CB Maximillian Landrum 6-2 191 Fr LaFayette (LaFayette GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] OT Ali Burger 6-5 302 Fr North Hall (Gainesville GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking]OT Jonah Mohamed 6-1 263 Fr North Atlanta (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking]RB Steven Blackburn 5-11 176 Fr Taylor County (Butler GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Speed]RB Wendell Wade 5-6 229 Fr Tucker (Tucker GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Power]LS Shia Crowe 6-1 245 Fr Stephenson (Stone Mountain GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Specialized]
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