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Bubada

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Bubada last won the day on January 11

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About Bubada

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    Legendary Coach
  • Birthday 10/21/1991

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CFBHC

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    Oregon State

Coaching Information

  • Offense
    18
  • Defense
    11
  • Special Teams
    12
  • Clock Mgmt
    12
  • Discipline
    12
  • Youth Mgmt
    9
  • CFBHC Career
    Rice Owls (2016-Present)
  • NFLHC Career
    Tennessee Titans Owner/GM (2017-Present)
  • Achievements
    5x C-USA Champion (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022), 1x NFLHC Executive of the Year (2022)
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  1. Offense: 18 -> 16 Defense: 11 -> 11 Special Teams: 12 -> 13 Clock Mgmt: 12 -> 13 Discipline: 12 -> 13 Youth Mgmt: 9 -> 10 New Feat:  Local Connections
  2. First ever bowl win for Rice. We were 0-5 with them all coming in five straight seasons. GG @Ahven D'Gale
  3. Bubada

    nemolee.exe

    You're approved for Southern Miss! Request here for a logo for your avatar picture. The season is currently in bowl season. USM has already played their bowl game so you are in the offseason. The offseason may take several months. Here is your roster from this season. Sometime during the offseason, your team will be progressed and will be prepared for the 2024 season. Go here and create an account with the same username, this is where gameplanning and recruiting happens. You do not need to gameplan or recruit until next season. Here is a guide for recruiting to learn the ropes. If you do not log in for 14 consecutive days, you will be removed from the team. If you have any questions, you can send me a message or ask in the chatbox. Welcome to the !
  4. Bubada

    nemolee.exe

    PM sent. nemolee.exe will be approved if the current Southern Miss coach Ricky Campbell gets approved at Washington State.
  5. Bubada

    Mahomes4MVP

    You're approved for FAU! Request here for a logo for your avatar picture. The season is currently in bowl season. FAU did not make a bowl so you are in the offseason. The offseason may take several months. Here is your roster. Since your season is over, you do not need to post a depth chart. You can post a depth chart if you want in this forum. Look at other depth charts and this thread for guidance. Here is the last coaches depth chart. If you do decide to post a depth chart, you must keep the same redshirts that he had. Go here and create an account with the same username, this is where gameplanning and recruiting happens. You do not need to gameplan or recruit until next season. Here is a guide for recruiting to learn the ropes. If you do not log in for 14 consecutive days, you will be removed from the team. If you have any questions, you can send me a message or ask in the chatbox. Welcome to the !
  6. 100. I am the purest Rice around. Really though I got 26. I decided to retake the test and only thought about the last 5 years and scored a 93. I'm the opposite of Time and rabid. Most of my things happened in high school and I've done nothing but drink and masturbate since graduating college
  7. I was feeling good about one OPOTW and two DPOTWs but that's pretty crazy. Also shoutout to Terrence Plummer. I can only find two other players who have been an offensive/defensive player of the week in the same season as having a special teams player of the week. Keyshawn Thompson did it in 2015 and 2017, Elvis Williams did it in 2014. And 2021-2022 aren't on the wiki so maybe there's another one.
  8. Player of the Year: Chris Billings, QB, Charlotte Offensive Player of the Year: Chris Billings, QB, Charlotte Defensive Player of the Year: David Tracy, DE, FIU Offensive Lineman of the Year: Raphael Brannon, OG, Rice Defensive Lineman of the Year: David Tracy, DE, FIU Freshman of the Year: Alex Terry, RB, Rice Coach of the Year: Rocketcan, FIU Quarterback of the Year: Chris Billings, QB, Charlotte Running Back of the Year: Gray Stewart, RB, North Texas Defensive Back of the Year: Jaylin Glenn, SS, MTSU Linebacker of the Year: Trevor McClelland, ILB, ODU Receiver of the Year: Deontray Clay, WR, Rice Tight End of the Year: Jeremiah Kendrick, TE, Southern Miss Kicker of the Year: Jay Vela, K, North Texas Punter of the Year: Jonah DeVries, P, Old Dominion Return Specialist of the Year: Jermon Bailey, WR, UTSA Media of the Year: C-USA Weekly Roundup by Bubada Media Writer of the Year: mahrowkeen
  9. Chris Billings sure has had a wild ride. Went from conference punching bag to conference player of the year in two seasons. He joins RB Marty Keisel and QB Eric McLean (x4) as the only C-USA Players of the Year. Also, I added return stats. I decided to give Alex McNally the 1st team returner as he was the best returner but he only returned punts. Also, I'm not entirely sure if he was returning punts all season with their multiple coaches. So I decided to give Jermon Bailey the returner of the year award as he did both kicks and punts. Punt returns were way down across the conference, last year, the average team had 176 PR yards and the leader had 408 yards. This year, the average was 93 PR yards with the leader at 196 yards.
  10. PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chris Billings, SR QB, Charlotte 3,738 total yards, 32 total TDs, 5 INTs, 159.0 QB Rating OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chris Billings, SR QB, Charlotte 3,738 total yards, 32 total TDs, 5 INTs, 159.0 QB Rating DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR David Tracy, SR DE, FIU 24 tackles, 3 TFL, 13.0 sacks, 2 FF SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jay Vela, SR K, North Texas 21/22 FG, 33/33 XP, 12 FGs from 40+, long of 53 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Alex Terry, FR RB, Rice 1,380 yards, 17 TD, 0 fumbles, 5.87 YPC J.B. Blacknall Award (Best new transfer/JUCO) Gray Stewart, JR RB, North Texas 1,687 yards, 20 TD, 6 fumbles, 6.41 YPC COACH OF THE YEAR Rocketcan, FIU All C-USA 1st Team Offense QB: Chris Billings, Charlotte RB: Gray Stewart, North Texas FB: Hunter Borden, Rice WR: Deontray Clay, Rice WR: Samuel Gray, Southern Miss TE: Jeremiah Kendrick, Southern Miss OT: A'Shawn McNair, Rice OT: Sam Duvall, UAB OG: Marcelo Moon, Rice OG: Raphael Brannon, Rice C: Darius Nixon, FAU All C-USA 1st Team Defense DE: David Tracy, FIU DE: Brandon Dawkins, Rice DT: Jermon Watts, Marshall OLB: Khalil Cox, Southern Miss OLB: Joseph Nugent, North Texas ILB: Trevor McClelland, Old Dominion CB: Khalil Barbour, Charlotte CB: Donovan Pennington, FIU FS: Janoris Callahan, Western Kentucky SS: Jaylin Glenn, MTSU All C-USA 1st Team Special Teams K: Jay Vela, North Texas P: Jonah DeVries, Old Dominion RET: Alex McNally, FAU All C-USA 2nd Team Offense QB: Alexander Cassidy, Southern Miss RB: Lorenzo Deaton, UAB FB: Cole Chappell, Marshall WR: Uzumati Jones, UTEP WR: Alex Rowe, Charlotte TE: Jordan Cunningham, Rice OT: Simon Bruce, North Texas OT: Saul Noriega, Southern Miss OG: Shane Glass, UTSA OG: Tristan Painter, UTEP C: Greg McCollum, Rice All C-USA 2nd Team Defense DE: Terrence Perry, FAU DE: Samuel Stokes, Charlotte DT: Eli Lalana, UTSA OLB: Richard Cobb, Western Kentucky OLB: Mamadou Blakely, Rice ILB: Antonio Pate, Rice CB: Kofi Pope, North Texas CB: Kevin Miles, UTEP FS: Jamari Carson, Southern Miss SS: Thomas Pfeiffer, Western Kentucky All C-USA 2nd Team Special Teams K: Christian Swift, FIU P: Quinn Foy, UAB RET: Jermon Bailey, UTSA Positional Awards Quarterback of the Year Chris Billings, SR, Charlotte 3,738 total yards, 32 total TDs, 5 INTs, 159.0 QB Rating Running Back of the Year Gray Stewart, JR, North Texas 1,687 yards, 20 TD, 6 fumbles, 6.41 YPC Receiver of the Year Deontray Clay, JR, Rice 79 receptions, 1,048 yards, 8 TD Tight End of the Year Jeremiah Kendrick, SO, Southern Miss 96 receptions, 1,169 yards, 9 TD Offensive Lineman of the Year Raphael Brannon, SR OG, Rice 5.02 Team OL Rating Defensive Lineman of the Year David Tracy, SR DE, FIU 24 tackles, 3 TFL, 13.0 sacks, 2 FF Linebacker of the Year Trevor McClelland, JR, Old Dominion 64 tackles, 3 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 1 INT, 1 PD, 4 FF Defensive Back of the Year Jaylin Glenn, JR, MTSU 73 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 INT, 4 PD, 3 FF Kicker of the Year Jay Vela, SR K, North Texas 21/22 FG, 33/33 XP, 12 FGs from 40+, long of 53 Punter of the Year Jonah DeVries, SR, Old Dominion 42.95 punt avg Return Specialist of the Year Jermon Bailey, SO, UTSA 694 KR yards, 83 PR yards, 1 KR TD Media of the Year C-USA Weekly Roundup Media Writer of the Year mahrowkeen
  11. By the way, you are one of five coaches to coach in two Pro Bowls. The other four are: alien, Bingo, Inspiral, Soluna. Pretty good list to be a part of. Bingo and Soluna are the only two who have represented two different teams. Azul and Slinky are both first timers. Edit: Another note about Brandon Guillory, he was the 226th pick in the 2020 draft. A 73 rated SS. He was taken 5th to last. TE Tyler Dotson was taken 6th to last. They have combined for 5 Pro Bowls in 4 seasons. The Panthers forfeited three 7th rounders right before they were taken. Late 7th round picks do matter.
  12. Most Pro Bowl Appearances 9 appearances: Christian Skaggs, Tyrone Jones 8 appearances: Marcellus Peterson, Justin Campbell, Jace Brown, Mike Tripplett, Brian Brown 7 appearances: Vaughn Abraham, Quentin Smith, Rodney Galbreath, Gary Faneca, Ron Rice, Andre Brooks, Kenyatta Henderson, Sean Burton, Keyshawn Thompson 6 appearances: Nick Hall, Darrell Murphy, Chester Henson, Dan Nomellini, David Wilson, Jon Zatkoff, Alvis Brumm, Jeremy Miller, David Wilburn, Justin Davis, R.C. Rone, Steve Noonan Streaks 9 year streak: Tyrone Jones 8 year streak: Jace Brown 6 year streak: Jon Zatkoff, Ron Rice 5 year streak: Brian Brown, Troy Marshall 4 year streak: Curtis Henry, Justin Campbell, Jeremy Miller, Bob Ballard, Kenyatta Henderson 3 year streak: Terrence Rodgers, Mike Tripplett, Hudson Adam, Walter Adair, Matt Cole, Ryan Frey, Brandon Guillery Breaking a 5 year streak of being in Pro Bowl: Darius Jones Breaking a 4 year streak of being in Pro Bowl: Akili Wallace, Sean Jenkins, LaMont Sherriff Breaking a 3 year streak of being in Pro Bowl: J.B. Blacknall, Daleroy Smart, Steve Noonan Fun facts Only three players from the original 2014 Pro Bowl roster made the 2023 Pro Bowl: Christian Skaggs, Marcellus Peterson, and R.C. Rone. C Don Teteak made his first Pro Bowl since 2017. This 5 season gap between Pro Bowls ties the record (C Kevin Siemon, 2016 to 2022) Chad Dess is the fifth player to make the Pro Bowl with 3+ teams (GB, BUF, TEN). The other 4 are Andre Brooks (NE, DET, TB), Gary Faneca (DET, SEA, BUF), George Brady (NE, KC, NO), and Rodney Galbreath who has made it with 4 teams (CIN, IND, LAC, BUF) Doubt most people know this name but this guy is the best special teamer in the sim apparently: SS Brandon Guillory 5-11 201 3 Texas A&M [Zone Coverage] [0] 80. He's the 3rd string SS for PHI. He has made all 3 Pro Bowls as a special teamer (they have only been added for 3 years) and has been the 1st team All-Pro special teamer for the past two seasons. Titans RB/FB duo made the Pro Bowl. Only reason this is interesting is because the RB is Chad Dess who is 6-1, 241 pounds. The FB is Ibrahim High, only 5-9, 208 pounds. Dess has 4 inches and 33 pounds on his Pro Bowl FB.
  13. NFLHC record book is updated here: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Template:NFL_records. Special teams stats and QB wins will be updated later in the offseason. The record book on the forum is also updated. And the milestones page has been finished for this season.
  14. Congrats Ricky! Going to be missed at Southern Miss but a well-deserved move up to P5.
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