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    1. [2021] SSC: Week 1

      Week 1 has come and gone! Lets take a look at defensive stats in the second edition of SSC! STATS LEADERS Tackles DT Bradley Watts, - 11 tackles DT Pete Douglass, - 10 tackles 5 others - 9 tackles Tackles for Loss 6 Players - 2 TFL Numerous Others - 1 TFL All Others - 0 TFL Sacks 11 Players - 2 Sacks 12 Players - 1.5 Sacks Interceptions FS Ashton Jefferson, - 2 INT CB Thomas Lyles, - 2 INT Passes Defensed DE Boyd Pickett, - 2 PD SS Mario Small, - 2 PD NOTABLE TIDBITS App State Baby! The Mountaineers took down Chris Billings and the Charlotte 49ers Thursday Night for the Sun Belt's first ever OOC win. Gerald Rodriguez's Pick-6 was the dagger to the Charlotte heart. Rahim "The Greatest" Murrell led the K-State Wildcats in an exciting dual against Blair Sullivan and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Murrell caught fire early with touchdown passes to Ricky Seau and Nathaniel Lewis-Abrams, but cooled off in the second half. Luckily, the K-State defense lead by Joshua Turner stepped up and did just enough to guarantee a Wildcat win. Josh Beckett and Georgia Tech took on Will "El" Chacko and North Dakota State in the Mercedes-Benz Barnburner. The duo combined for an astounding 7 touchdowns and 0 interceptions in a game whose only losers were defensive diehards. Between the duo, roughly 800 yards of offense were accounted for. For those doing math at home, thats going from one side of the field to the other 8 times. UMass really really wanted to play better this year. After Week 1, that seems like a pipedream. A strong Nevada team banished UMass to the shadow realm behind 5 TD passes from Jordan Godwin, 3 rushing touchdowns from Tom Honeycutt, and one of the most dominant defensive performances we have ever seen out of Evan Walsh. Send VTech to the Big 12! The Hokies put up big yardage in a tight 33-30 win over Oklahoma State last weekend. Despite poor offensive line play, Beckett Morrison showed efficiency as a passer and a rusher and VTech looks to be a dangerous foe heading into ACC play later this season. MATCHUP OF THE WEEK WR Ryan Childs vs CB Benjamin Parris An undersized but speedy receiver taking on a physical freak with questionable decision making, Childs vs Parris was a big talking point heading into Saturday Night. Childs - 4 receptions for 51 yards, 1 TD Parris - 1 INT, 2 Tackles Verdict - No Contest Second week in a row, and second week without a clear winner. Childs was largely held out of his explosive self, but the duo did not match up very often. Most of the night, Parris was on freshman sensation Nick Rawls and was repeatedly roasted to the tune of giving up 9 receptions for 121 yards, 1 TD to Rawls. It'll be interesting to see how Parris shapes up in the weeks to come. PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDS OPOTW QB Milo Condon, DPOTW OLB Evan Walsh, Previous National POTW Award Winners
    2. [2021] SEC Statbook

      updated for Week 1
    3. [2021] Week 1 Headlines

      Allan and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day The Steelers signal caller throws 3 picks and gives up 7 sacks in a season opening defeat
    4. [2021] Week 1 POTW voting

      Of Note: Milo Condon shows why South Carolina is regarded as one of the favorites for the SEC East. Big 6 TD display against South Alabama in a battle of Southern States Josh Beckett got to unleash the dragon in a hot dual against Will "El Chacko" Chacko. Jordan Godwin had 5 touchdowns but should be out next week. Going to be interesting how Nevada copes without their star offensive player DeSean Dockery does DeSean Dockery things in a beatdown of Buffalo Ethan Newby continues to wow with a huge performance against San Jose State Gavin Faulk welcome to the stage. That guy is going to be a star at the next level. Fred Cobb leads the way for the defensive ends. Walk-on guy at UL-Monroe, well deserved! Timothy Key doing Timothy Key things as he ravaged the SJSU Offensive Line DeSean Barkley tries to show up his highly lauded teammate Seth Scott with a big 2 interception game against Middle Tennessee Lastly, Evan Walsh with one of the legendary defensive performances of all time, up there with former teammate Akeel Morris's "El Santo Loco" game against Hawaii several seasons ago.
    5. Account Elevation Requests

      May not be the best place to put it, but can I, TuscanSota, and Stinsy receive access to the Steelers Subforum Thanks!
    6. [2021] Head Coaching Contracts

      HC TuscanSota 1 year // 3.175 Million 3.175 Million per year Conforms with previous contract Panther gave himself.
    7. Contract Lookup Thread v2.0

      Pittsburgh Steelers https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/162Yl61SeB-Dts1OMGnfFz6ql5AJ6RnuLHHmM8ynb3u4/edit?usp=sharing
    8. Pittsburgh, PA Good evening everyone. What a week. Four preseason games in and Paul Davenport's hold out was not resolved. An open fan revolt led to a changing of the guard here and what an absolute mess its been. The former ownership burned down the records, players and fans both thought there would be a chance that the Steeler's season would just be cancelled, what a disgrace. I never intended on coming back this season. I thought a while away to sharpen my mind would do me a favor. But circumstances has changed. I could not simply sit idly by while the good people of Pittsburgh who bleed Black and Yellow saw what happens when a billionaire owner goes rogue, and tears apart the team that they hold so dear to their heart. I looked at my wife and said sorry honey, but there's a place where I'm needed, and I hate to do this, but the retirement is over. Its time to get to work. Paul if you're listening, I know the previous administration burned bridges with you. Just know this. I will fight for you just as hard as you will fight for me. We are in this together and at the end of the day, I want you to be the guy under center this weekend. I know you feel wronged, but I will do my best to make this right. Give this new administration a chance and I promise we will not forget what you do for us. To all the Steelers players, struggling with the uncertainty after recent events. I am here to keep this train running smoothly. I will put in my part, and if you put in your part, we will find success together. I will work tirelessly to make sure you are in the best position to succeed, and know that you can come talk to me whenever the need arises. To the fans, I am ecstatic to work with such a passionate crowd that demands not only excellence, but integrity from the team and staff that should proudly represent this city. Know that this team will be the best representative of Pittsburgh to the entire nation. This is a team that will be tough as nails, strong as steel, and resilient like the hard souls that call Pittsburgh home. They will fight on every single play to win, and celebrate on the cold winter nights when they defeat the Bengals, Browns, and Ravens in front of the fans at Heinz Field. I have been hard at work since receiving this position, and I would like to introduce the staff I have carefully assembled to lead this team to a brighter future. Our head coach is a talented individual that has taken his collegiate team to the playoffs and beyond. A man that has developed terrific talent and consistently recruits well and fields great teams. Most importantly, a man of great character and my dear friend, Baylor head coach TuscanSota. He and I see eye to eye on the nuances of running a team, and when I gave him the call to action he jumped immediately at the chance to help out a team that needed a strong staff. At scout, we have retained Stanford head coach Stinsy. Stinsy is an active member that knows this team well and can assist us as we transition from the previous ownership. Tuscan and I have plenty of experience and success, and we look forward to seeing what Stinsy can bring to the table as we approach the 2021 regular season. Thank you all, and Here We Go.
    9. [2021, Week 1] CFBHC College Gameday goes to...

      This is all about if Iowa can stunt Mississippi State's presumed high power offense. Expecting a shoot out.Take the Over on this game. 35-30 Mississippi State.
    10. [2021] SSC: Week 0

      Welcome to the first edition of SSC! Lets take a look at the notable numbers so far! STATS LEADERS Passing Yards Tucker Dowden, - 402 yards Andre Webb, - 310 yards Felix Luck, - 296 yards Passing Touchdowns Tucker Dowden, - 4 TDs Andre Webb, - 3 TDs Matt Ballard, - 3 TDs Caleb Olmsted, - 3 TDs Rushing Yards Kofi McCullough, - 200 yards Gabe Ciamo, - 190 yards Jamal Trufant, 182 yards Rushing Touchdowns Gabe Ciamo, - 3 TDs Xavier Valentine, - 3 TDs Receiving Yards Tevin Lattimore, - 130 yards Anthony Harrison, - 125 yards Mark Pereira, - 122 yards Receiving Touchdowns Tevin Lattimore, - 2 TDs Daniel Hobbs, - 2 TDs Jonas Schumacher, - 2 TDs Miles Street, - 2 TDs NOTABLE TIDBITS Clemson vs SMU showed a pitchers dual between two quarterbacks with NFL promise. Unfortunately for both, Andre Webb and Jamel Armstrong combined for 5 interceptions in a sloppy Thursday night opener The Brothers Bowl showed our rushing leader against the current rushing yards bronze medalist. Kofi McCullough is a kid with a lot of promise, but wiley vet Jamal Trufant showed his determination with a huge touchdown in the fourth quarter to lead Wisconsin to a big season opening win Tucker Dowden kicked off a 2021 Heisman campaign with an emphatic beatdown of West Virginia. With the same amount of touchdowns as incompletions, the storyline early in the season will be if any team can slow down this potent Tigers offense MATCHUP OF THE WEEK OT Kyle Will vs DE Sebastian Smallwood The nations top pass rusher took on the nation's top offensive tackle in a brilliant display of NFL talent Saturday evening. Will - 7.7 offensive line rating, 1 sack allowed Smallwood - 1 sack, 1 TFL, 4 Tackles Verdict - Draw Both players performed excellently, with Will showing his prowress in slowing down truly top talent and Smallwood still making a big impact to slow down a dangerous Michigan offense on the way to a big overtime victory for the Wolverines PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDS OPOTW QB Tucker Dowden, DPOTW DE Aidan Morrell,
    11. Nicknames of the MAC

      Love Mad Dog Madison. That's a great one!
    12. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cANlUGiXWk6_JQKRaV0vJwJS4R8xRquzMWRwQaWeeYQ/edit?usp=sharing updated for Week 0
    13. [2021] Week 0 POTW voting

      Of Note: Bryce Thompson showing good improvement after last season. Duke tears apart East Carolina under the sophomore signal caller Take a bow Tucker Dowden. The Heisman candidate storms to a huge win against West Virginia. Had the same amount of touchdowns as he had incompletions #Toledo2021 kicks off with a huge game out of Gabe Ciamo Freshman Alert! Cooper Simpkins out of Missouri tears up the West Virginia offensive line. Good freshman out of that program lately D'Onta Neely picked off Andre Webb twice in the season opener, but SMU edged out Clemson in the end
    14. Much like the PAC-12 article, lets take a look at the most important players for each team in the SEC*** ***who isn't a QB WR A.J. Edwards 6-4 217 Jr Prattville (Prattville, AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Speed] This Bama team is loaded on defense with beasts like Sebastian Smallwood and Deontre Graham ready to punish opposing offenses. The Crimson Tide's own offense looks shakey. First year QB Linus Petty is really going to need to rely on putting the ball in the hands of A.J. Edwards, otherwise this could be a long season for the fans in Tuscaloosa. TE Abdoulaye Boone 6-1 199 (Sr) Iroquois (Louisville, KY) 4.5 of 4.5 [Receiving] Arkansas's lone representative in the Preseason All-SEC team is an easy selection here. Just a few years removed from the insane high flying Fayetteville offense staring the likes of RJ Stanford, Sean Sitton, and Tyron Chambers, the Razorbacks look to one of the top tight ends in the nation to deliver the offensive spark they need. CB Kenyon Justice 6-1 177 (Sr) Faulkner State Community College (Bay Minette AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Zone Coverage] The nation's best cornerback is the Tiger's representative, and what he does on the field is simply astounding. His ability as a pure cover corner allows Auburn's defense to focus on the other side of the field, knowing that Justice will erase anything heading to the left. Elite in pass coverage, strong in run support, and a vocal member of this team, Justice is a reason why expectations for this Auburn team are so high. C Xavier Cuellar 6-3 249 (Sr) Paxon (Jacksonville, FL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Run Blocking] The best center in the nation returned for his senior season, and he looks set to be the reason why Florida will be good this year. One of the best offensive lines college football has ever seen is led by the analyitical brilliance of Xavier Cuellar and his ability to sniff out any blitzes. Whether its leading the way for Ethan Newby or blocking two guys up the middle simultaneously, look for Cuellar to play his role in 2021. OT Shane McCord 6-6 290 (Jr) Baker (Mobile, AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Run Blocking] For the first time in a long time, the Georgia Bulldogs have a new quarterback. True freshman Zeke Burkett looks ready to light it up in Athens, but he's young, raw, and needs the help of Shane McCord to make his impact on the college game. McCord is one of the best tackles in the nation, and needs to be able to protect his quarterback's blindside or its going to be a long season for Bulldog fans. WR Quinn Walters 6-4 216 (So) Carroll (Monroe, LA) 3.0 of 5.0 [Speed] Kentucky isn't a team dripping in talent, but after a breakout freshman season it's clear we know who their best player is. Quinn Walters was the one consistent piece in the Wildcat's offense last season, leading the way as their big offensive threat. Elijah McManus is coming off a much better sophomore campaign, and will rely on his star receiver to help Kentucky make some noise this season under their new head coach. OLB Alexander Burton 6-1 237 (Jr) Apalachicola (Apalachicola, FL) 4.5 of 4.5 [Blitz] Even including the quarterback, Alexander Burton is the selection for Louisiana State University. A living legend in Baton Rouge, Burton is one of the most impressive defenders the SEC has ever seen and one of it's most popular and beloved players. Dynamic in the pass rush, staunch in the box, and tenacious in coverage, Burton's ability as a do-it-all linebacker will lead the way as LSU tries to defend it's SEC Championship. ATH Devin Ruff 6-1 233 (Jr) Paxon (Jacksonville, FL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Mike] This ain't your mama's Clanga. After years of churning out elite defensive talent like Tyler Jones, Thomas Patterson, and Brady Christiansen, fans in Starkville now have a team that looks like a high powered offense lacking in defensive stopping power. That's where Devin Ruff steps in. One of the most prolific tacklers in the SEC over his first two seasons, Ruff needs to deliver more of the same to give Mississippi State the edge in their inevitable shootouts. WR Daniel Hobbs 6-4 219 (Sr) Male (Louisville, KY) 5.0 of 5.0 [Target] We can talk about how good Tucker Dowden is, but if this man isn't catching the balls, #Dowden4Heisman is dead in it's tracks. The veteran receiver has the savvy required to be a dangerous threat, and is the tip of the spear in the Missouri offense. When the ball is in Hobbs's hands, good things happen, and the fans in Missouri are gushing over the prospect of this team's offensive firepower. ILB Markus Golden 6-5 240 Sr Haynesville (Haynesville, LA) 5.0 of 5.0 [Mike] A very popular player among NFL Scouts, Markus is on his farewell tour as Captain of the Rebels. One of the most popular players to attend Oxford in recent times, Golden is has been incredible the last 3 years, putting together big numbers in tackles, sacks, fumbles, and interceptions. OLB Bryce Williams 6-2 216 (Sr) Orangeburg-Wilkinson (Orangeburg, SC) 4.0 of 4.0 [Coverage] One of the most underrated players in college football, Bryce Williams put together a phenomenal junior campaign and looks set to repeat it his senior year. In all my years covering the sport, I've never seen a linebacker better at dropping back into coverage and punishing quarterbacks. Williams knack for finding exactly where the quarterback is throwing the ball to will help the Gamecocks as they try to win the SEC East this season. DE Parker Holmes 6-3 247 Sr Baltimore City Community College (Baltimore, MD) 5.0 of 5.0 [Contain] Much like Mississippi State, there's a whole lot of offense on this team and a whole lot of nada on defense. That's where Parker Holmes comes in. One of the top pass rushing talents in the country, the Vols are going to rely on the senior to be able to create pressure and allow the other players on defense to do their part as the fans in Knoxville look forward to 2021. WR Jarvis Ward 5-9 189 (Sr) Brookhaven College (Farmers Branch TX) 5.0 of 5.0 [Speed] Best receiver in college football, Jarvis Ward is hunting Texas A&M's 3rd Biletnikoff award in 8 years. There's not much else currently for the fans in College Station, but the future looks bright for the Aggies. Too old to see the future, too young to have witnessed the legends of old, just the right time to see Jarvis Ward demolish team after team. FS Khalil Dennis 6-2 219 (Sr) Cumberland County (Crossville, TN) 5.0 of 5.0 [Zone Coverage] Get up and slam, and welcome to the Jam. One of the most dynamic defensive backs in the conference, Dennis takes after David Pennington as the heart and soul of this Vanderbilt defense. Great in coverage, sure in tackling, and one of the most reliable backline defenders in all of college football, Dennis makes an equally big impact being a dangerous kickoff and punt returner for the 'Dores.
    15. [2021] Week #0 - TNF

      Bryce Thompson, so hot right now