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Rome

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Rome last won the day on June 21

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About Rome

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    The bald child of Malzhan and Leach
  • Birthday 06/18/1992

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    Auburn Tigers

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  • Offense
    15
  • Defense
    15
  • Special Teams
    10
  • Clock Mgmt
    19
  • Discipline
    12
  • Youth Mgmt
    10
  • CFBHC Career
    Colorado Buffalo (2013-15), Cincinnati Bearcats (2019-2020), Auburn Tigers (2015-2017, 2021-Present)
  • NFLHC Career
    Baltimore Ravens Owner/GM/Head Coach (2015-2017), Houston Texans GM/Head Coach (2019-2022), Cincinnati Bengals Owner (2023-Present)
  • Achievements
    1x SEC Champion (2022), 1x CFBHC National Championship (2022), 1x AP Coach of the Year (2022)
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  1. Starters RB Israel Coleman 5-8 174 Sr Trinity Valley Community College (Athens TX) 5.0 of 5.0 [Speed] TE Quincy Covington 6-2 229 Sr Tuscaloosa County (Northport AL) 4.5 of 4.5 [Blocking] DT Jason Siegel 6-4 319 (Sr) Hoover (Hoover AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [2-Gap] DE Donovan Hicks 6-5 251 Sr Northeast (Macon GA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Blitz] FS Daniel Joiner 6-1 219 (Sr) Baker (Mobile AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Zone Coverage] K Eric McCurdy 6-2 186 (Sr) Lincoln Park (Chicago IL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Power] P Angelo McCollum 5-7 179 (Sr) Minor (Adamsville AL) 4.0 of 4.0 [Power] Shoutout to my JuCo boy Coleman, continuining the tradition that Auburn alternates between Junior College and "home grown" running backs. He'll be replaced by a split carry backfield and might be the last "bellcow" we see for Auburn. I'm not 100% sure what to make of him yet as this is his first season getting carries after being our third down back last year. Hopefully he can catch on at the next level as a change of pace back if nothing else, but I'm not ruling out a Durant-like season (just heavily doubt it). Covington is a blocking tight end. Iunno what else to say about him. Hasn't seen a stat sheet since Marcus Black, where he caught 3 TDs in 30 receptions. A player who, unfortunately, fell by the way side in a change of offensive style. Deserves a shot to be a pro blocking tight end with his size. I love Jason Siegel and hope he is an 81 or 82 overall NT. He's got the size and talent to demand double teams, opening up lanes for your linebackers. He's had 7 sacks in two years which shows me that he can really collapse that pocket and clean up when the edge rushes forced QBs to step up. I'm gonna guess an 81. Donovan Hicks gets a nod to play DE in his senior year. He's quite heavy for a defensive end (at least on my roster), so I feel comfortable asking him to play the 3-4 and use his strength to push back the edge, forcing runs back inside. Daniel Joiner had 4 picks and 5 defenses in 2022 when teams were trying to score on my weak strong safety spot and grabbed a pair when playing with Eddie Burks in 2021. He unfortunately went down hard in the Oklahoma game last year and exposed just how much our defense relies upon him. If there's a pro star in this senior class, my money is on Joiner. Eric McCurdy was the Groza winner and All-American in 2022, so his pro prospects look good! Angelo probably won't make a pro team. He's welcome to stay on at Auburn as a grad coach! Backups QB Javier Cannon 6-0 238 (Sr) Fort Lauderdale (Fort Lauderdale FL) 3.5 of 3.5 [Scrambling] RB Ted Dutton 5-9 204 Sr Fort Lauderdale (Fort Lauderdale FL) 2.5 of 2.5 [Speed] FB Mohamed Roberson 6-1 202 Sr Hebron Christian (Pheba MS) 2.5 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] WR Benjamin Andrews 6-1 228 (Sr) Akron (Akron AL) 3.5 of 3.5 [Target] WR Messiah Pendleton 6-3 200 Sr Inlet Grove (Riviera Beach FL) 2.5 of 2.5 [Target] WR Janoris Knox 6-2 206 Sr Hazlewood (Town Creek AL) 2.5 of 2.5 [Target] OT Ian Vincent 6-6 333 Sr Whitefield Academy (Mableton GA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Nehemiah Hooker 6-7 295 (Sr) Maplewood-Richmond Heights (MO) 3.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OG Walter De La Puente 6-4 332 (Sr) Andalusia (Andalusia AL) 3.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OG Carter Bales 6-7 307 Sr Durant (Durant MS) 2.5 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] DT Aidan McRae 6-2 272 Sr Cook (Adel GA) 2.0 of 2.0 [1-Gap] OLB Michael Trotter 5-11 241 Sr Loganville (Loganville GA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Coverage] OLB Frank Whitney 6-1 225 Sr Pope John Paul II (Boca Raton FL) 2.5 of 2.5 [Coverage] OLB Alshon Spurlock 6-4 243 Sr Loganville (Loganville GA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Coverage] ILB Logan Grey 6-3 261 Sr Cook (Adel GA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Mike] ILB Reginald Griffin 6-0 225 Sr Azle (Azle TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [Will] ILB Nasir Edmonds 6-2 205 Sr Grady (Atlanta GA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Will] ILB Isaac Maxwell 6-3 232 Sr Saint James (Montgomery AL) 2.5 of 2.5 [Mike] ILB Luke Triplett 6-1 221 Sr Episcopal (Jacksonville FL) 1.5 of 1.5 [Will] OLB Clinton Wilder 5-11 235 (Sr) Slocomb (Slocomb AL) 3.5 of 3.5 [Coverage] CB Prince Stokes 5-9 183 Sr Beau Chene (Arnaudville LA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Man Coverage] FS Samir Mays 6-0 213 Sr St. Cloud (St. Cloud FL) 2.0 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] War Eagle!
  2. Really guys? Like 10th wouldve been good for me. That's way too high after 9-4 and how bad we were vs the top teams.
  3. Who are the seniors on your team? Which ones have started for years and which managed to sneak onto the field this last season? Who are the practice warriors who never got onto the field? What has this classes' journey been? What are the peaks and valleys for the class?
  4. This is just Ted Ginn Jr's soul reincarnated in the sim.
  5. Fuck it, I'm the new backup FS
  6. Did Wegret just audible every play? That just seems like a abnormally pass heavy line for pro style, particularly in a blowout win.
  7. Did you know? Auburn University is the only school to produce two national Coaches of the Year: Artenger in 2018 and Rome in 2022.

    1. bellwoodbomb611

      bellwoodbomb611

      Nice flex.

    2. Jamzz

      Jamzz

      Weird why didn’t they give the 2022 one to Jumanji

    3. Rome

      Rome

      @Jamzz

       

      They addressed it to Lasercats instead. Easy mistake.

  8. Books, movies, games, songs, art--what have you seen, read, or listened to in your life that had an impact on it? Maybe it was something you saw really young, or came at a time in your life where it fit perfectly, or was just really, really good.
  9. @caesariYour team seems to have a lot of veteran leadership. How do you feel that impacts your season and whats your goal this year?
  10. Don't mind anything that doesn't add up to 100%. Rounding and having to cut out a few bad seasons threw off our round numbers. For anyone who doesn't remember, these projections are based of fan expectations and log5. I used those probabilities to simulate a lot of NFLHC seasons and get probabilities based on a few events. You'll notice that 3 different teams managed to field a winless season, but the good news for HOU and LAC is they made the playoffs at 9-7 as well (and there are more winless seasons coming with the NFC edition). Teams like BUF, KC, and TEN are expected to run away with their divisions. The AFCN is pretty wild and the difference between PIT and CIN is random, they have almost identical shots. BAL lags behind due to having a 1st place schedule. The wildcard numbers are particularly interesting. MIA and JAX dominate the WCs and would cream the AFCN if they played there. CLE is the only team to not post ANY winning records in our simulations, although it's certainly possible. With the edition of a 7th wildcard game, double digit wins are almost a guarantee to get you into the playoffs (over 97% of the time). NFC Edition will come in the following weeks (we're doing playoff tiebreakers by hand to ensure accuracy)
  11. The loss of @serwendel to the Big 10 was one of the biggest blows the SEC could have suffered. Vanderbilt is not a very popular school IRL, so the chances of finding someone who'll treat them with love and a long-term job like he did will be tough. I really hope they don't fall aside like Kentucky and continue to be a challenge to the rest of the East division. And the vote spread shows just how murky this division is this year. My personal favorite is Tennessee to repeat, but anyone but Kentucky could win this division with only a few big Ws.
  12. what the fuck Boston College: 175 Syracuse: 35 (+5) Pittsburgh: 45 (-5)
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