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SageBow

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SageBow last won the day on September 21 2018

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About SageBow

  • Rank
    Site Historian
  • Birthday 01/15/1994

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    Female

CFBHC

  • Favorite Team
    Tennessee Volunteers

Coaching Information

  • Offense
    20
  • Defense
    12
  • Special Teams
    10
  • Clock Mgmt
    10
  • Discipline
    8
  • Youth Mgmt
    10
  • CFBHC Career
    Nevada Wolf Pack (2016), Tennessee Volunteers (2017-2021), Harvard Crimson (2022-Present)
  • NFLHC Career
    St. Louis Rams Owner (2015-2018), Atlanta Falcons GM (2019-2020), Pittsburgh Steelers Owner (2021)
  • Achievements
    1x SEC Champion (2019)

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  1. Who wants to pay Harvard a ridiculous amount of money for the right for us to come and whoop your butts Week 3?

  2. I deserve 0 credit. Klemm this is awesome.
  3. Tennessee Year Two of CJP and there are signs of optimism. We're returning a ton of starters from last season and despite floundering at the end, still managed to defeat ranked Auburn and Kentucky teams. New OC Jim Chaney is a familiar face on campus and it's evident he'll be taking advantage of our strongest position group (WRs) often this season. Defensively the secondary looks stout but there's a lot of new blood in the front 7; all 3 starting D-Linemen from last year have graduated. 6 wins is my best stab at it. I don't see us topping Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. Toss up games against Miss State, South Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri, and Vanderbilt. Saying we win half of the toss up games and all of our OOC lands us roughly at 6 wins. Bowl eligibility is the goal this season, along with putting a player in the NFL Draft. Best bet is OLB Darrell Taylor, though S Nigel Warrior, WR Jauan Jennings, WR Marquez Callaway, and TE Dominic Wood-Anderson are all potential guys that could get taken. OT Trey Smith is the most talented player on the team, but the former 5 star is dealing with blood clot issues and may not play this season.
  4. Base starting skills Offense: 20 Defense: 12 Special Teams: 10 Clock Mgmt: 10 Discipline: 8 Youth Mgmt: 10 CFBHC Career: Nevada Wolf Pack (2016), Tennessee Volunteers (2017-2021), Harvard Crimson (2022-present) NFLHC Career: St. Louis Rams Owner (2015-2018), Atlanta Falcons GM (2019-2020), Pittsburgh Steelers Owner (2021) Achievements: 1x SEC Champion (2019) Breakdown: (Off/Def/ST/Clock/Disc./Youth) 2022 Adjustments: 0/+2/0/+2/0/-2 Traits after 2022: 20/14/10/12/8/8 Acquired feat: Strength in Growth  Cumulative seasons played = 7
  5. Anyone going to be at the NFL Draft next week in Nashville? Feel free to hmu, I'll be there Thursday night for sure!

  6. Congratulations on retirement to one of the Volunteer greats! Bernard showed over the years consistency and a dedication to his craft for continued excellence.
  7. Incredible win by the Packers! Congrats to Green Bay and their organization and players in the franchise's second championship. Great performance out of Jason Johnson!
  8. If he hits FA as expected, I imagine AJJ just helped his market after this game
  9. I'll try my best but really banking on some guys in the FBS showing some interest in higher academics.
  10. Economic Left/Right: -5.38 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -1.9
  11. Kevin Williams is my favorite NFLHC player. What a great story of a guy that's come out of seemingly no where to be one of the most dominant receivers in the league. He's a true inspiration to all the less heralded players trying to make their ways into the league and a sponsor for underprivileged children in my beloved Nashville. KWill is a true hero.
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