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    1. Brisket or Pulled Pork?

      I'm Californian so I don't count, but Pulled Pork
    2. [2021] Injured Reserve

      Ravens place TE Danny Patrick 6-5 223 5 North Carolina [Receiving] 89 on injured reserve. He suffered a Severe ACL rupture in preseason week 1 and is out for the entire season. Ravens also place TE Floyd Arnold 6-2 233 1 Colorado State [Receiving] 74 on injured reserve. He suffered a Severe Achilles Tear in preseason week 2 and is also out for the entire season.
    3. Bengals Sold to First-Time Owner

      So does this mean that gigemags will not be continuing as the HC of the Bengals?
    4. NFL Starting QB History

      Ravens: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=List_of_Baltimore_Ravens_starting_quarterbacks
    5. Jumbo

      Fight on!
    6. OC Harold Goodwin

      OC Harold Goodwin $1,250,000 per year 1 year
    7. OC Harold Goodwin

    8. DC Mike Pettine

      DC Mike Pettine $2,750,000 per year 1 year
    9. DC Mike Pettine

    10. bmlig95

      Edit: ya know what, nevermind, not worth arguing over
    11. bmlig95

      ah yes, bringing Colorado to their first ever bowl game and recruiting its two best classes ever is doing "very poorly"
    12. [Survey] Alumni Network

      UC Davis (Big Sky), Class of 2019
    13. Coordinator expiring contracts [GMs ONLY]

      Baltimore Ravens OC Hue Jackson +15% RB versatility +10% RB fitness +3% RB skill Contract Expired at end of 2020 season. DC Joe Whitt Jr. +7% CB Progression +3% CB Agressiveness -5% CB Durability Contract Expired at end of 2020 season.
    14. NFLHC Staff Bidding Rules

      Are we allowed to begin bidding on our coordinators for 2021 right now or do we have to wait for it to officially open?
    15. Hello everyone, I'd like to lead off by saying how proud I am of this team. After a tumultuous coaching change the Bulldogs managed to come in strong with our best season ever, going 8-4 where our previous high for wins had been 7. Obviously the season ends on a disappointing note with back to back losses against Nevada and San Jose State, but I am confident that the team will be fully prepared for our upcoming bowl game, though who we will be playing has not yet been decided. I'd like to also congratulate Ryan Harris, Terrence Marshall, Vince Walls, and Omar Adcock on outstanding seasons. Ryan Harris looked genuinely like a Heisman caliber quarterback, and Terrence Marshall had an incredible year for a guy who came into this program as a two star recruit. Walls and Adcock led our defense in sacks and despite their inexperienced looked veteran in action and mind. Accordingly I'd like to award Ryan Harris with our team MVP award, and Terrence Marshall with our Player of the Year award. Of course Bulldogs cannot stay a part of the family forever. It is with heavy heart that I say goodbye to the following young men as their follow along life's path, and all I can say is that I hope my players have learned not just how to play football but how to be a man in all aspects of life: QB Christopher Ball 6-1 231 (Sr) Mission San Jose (Fremont CA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Scrambling] QB Robert Platt 6-3 234 Sr Needles (Needles, CA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Scrambling] QB Andrew Stock 6-3 228 Sr Watsonville (Watsonville, CA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Pocket] RB Julius Tate 5-8 229 Sr Chula Vista (Chula Vista, CA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Power] FB Maximilian Long 6-1 256 Sr Chula Vista (Chula Vista, CA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Pass Blocking] WR Sebastian Gilliland 5-11 183 (Sr) Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Target] TE Jeremiah Childs 6-5 199 (Sr) Angelo Rodriguez (Fairfield CA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Receiving] TE Terrell Oneal 6-1 235 Sr East Bakersfield (Bakersfield, CA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Receiving] OG DeSean Green 6-4 337 Sr Mid-Pacific Institute (Honolulu, HI) 2.5 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] DE Lucas Floyd 6-2 236 (Sr) Homer (Homer AK) 3.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] ILB Jordan Meier 6-3 239 (Sr) Avenal (Avenal CA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Will] OLB Luke Hodge 6-2 224 (Sr) Temecula Valley (Temecula CA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Blitz] CB Terrell Coates 5-9 190 (Sr) Konawaena (Kealakekua HI) 4.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage]CB Shiloh Edmonds 6-1 178 (Sr) Konawaena (Kealakekua HI) 3.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] SS Grant Rasmussen 6-1 214 Sr Mid-Pacific Institute (Honolulu, HI) 2.5 of 2.5 [Man Coverage] K Christian McKinney 5-9 220 (Sr) Columbia (Burbank WA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Power] K Abe Connelly 6-3 152 Sr D.S. Jordan (Los Angeles, CA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Accuracy] P Griffin West 5-10 200 Sr Watsonville (Watsonville, CA) 2.5 of 2.5 [Power] Special wishes to this men who will take their passion for football to the next level: TE Chance Billingsley 6-3 224 Sr Beaverton (Beaverton, OR) 5.0 of 5.0 [Blocking] CB Terrell Coates 5-9 190 (Sr) Konawaena (Kealakekua HI) 4.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] K Bill Hatcher 5-8 189 Sr Ulster County Community College (Stone Ridge, NY) 4.5 of 4.5 [Power] Of course, as men go others come to take their place, and with that in mind I'd like to welcome some of the notable recruits who will populate the bulldog roster beginning next season: DT Jared McCormack, 1.0/4.0 FS Carter Vereen, 1.0/4.0 ILB Garrett Schulz, 1.0/5.0 DT Mateo Evans, 1.0/4.0 DE Alshon Wooten, 2.0/4.0 CB A.J. Gilchrist, 1.5/5.0 QB Teddy Cagle, 1.0/4.0 TE Frank Moffett, 4.5/5.0 (JUCO) Of course, there are many more who will be joining the team as well, too many to name, but rest assured they are all very much welcome to our family. Some players of ours, Omar Adcock and Ryan Harris specifically, may look to join their brethren in the pros this next year. If they do so, they will have my blessing, but naturally we would love to have them around an extra year. Their decisions remain to be seen, but regardless they will always be bulldogs.
    16. [2020] Week #16 - TNF

      @ZackTyzwyz way to make the MWC a better place bro
    17. 1 Los Angeles Chargers - OLB Shane Easley 6-4 236 R Penn State [Blitz] 83 2 Washington Redskins - QB Tanner Bowman 6-2 203 R Penn State [Pocket] 82 3 Buffalo Bills - WR Tyron Chambers 6-4 220 R Arkansas [Target] 82 4 New England Patriots - DE Josiah Harden 6-3 249 R North Carolina [Blitz] 82 5 Chicago Bears - OT/OG Beckett Miller 6-1 300 R Oklahoma State [Pass Blocking] 82 6 Minnesota Vikings - WR J.C. Weldon 6-2 183 R West Virginia [Target] 82 7 Arizona Cardinals - DT Sila Lotomau 6-5 296 R Hawaii [2-Gap] 82 8 Tennessee Titans - C Dean Strauss 6-3 284 R Auburn [Pass Blocking] 82 9 New Orleans Saints - CB Andrew Boyd 5-10 175 R Boston College [Man Coverage] 81 10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DE Javier Grady 6-1 238 R North Texas [Blitz] 81 11 Cincinnati Bengals - OT Shawaun Holsey 6-2 297 R Virginia [Run Blocking] 81 12 New York Giants - WR Luke Cobb 6-5 198 R Florida State [Speed] 81 13 Buffalo Bills (from Texans) - CB Sean Taylor 5-9 193 R Western Michigan [Man Coverage] 81 14 Kansas City Chiefs - CB Kordell McKinnon 6-0 195 R Michigan State [Zone Coverage] 81 15 Cleveland Browns - OLB Brandon Thomas 6-3 229 R Bowling Green [Blitz] 81 16 Miami Dolphins - WR Hakeem Black 6-2 208 R California [Target] 81 17 Arizona Cardinals (from Seahawks) - OT Damian Mason 6-3 296 R Tennessee [Pass Blocking] 81 18 Pittsburgh Steelers - ILB Jamal Harley 6-3 222 R Illinois [Mike] 81 19 Atlanta Falcons - DT Hudson Adam 6-0 310 R West Virginia [2-Gap] 81 20 Philadelphia Eagles - WR Adam Coles 6-0 198 R Pittsburgh [Speed] 81 21 Denver Broncos - OLB Caleb McNamara 6-2 217 R Vanderbilt [Coverage] 81 22 Indianapolis Colts - RB Marshawn Miller 6-1 225 R Connecticut [Speed] 81 23 San Fransisco 49ers - DE Carlos Washington 6-0 261 R Michigan [Blitz] 80 24 Detroit Lions - CB Kevin McQueen 5-11 176 R UCF [Man Coverage] 80 25 Baltimore Ravens - WR Malcolm Davis 6-6 216 R Kansas [Target] 80 26 Arizona Cardinals (from Jaguars) - FS D'Qwell Moore 6-3 203 R Florida State [Zone Coverage] 81 27 Dallas Cowboys - DT Joseph Bynum 6-6 298 R Oregon [1-Gap] 80 28 Los Angeles Rams - OT/OG Justin Way 6-2 294 R Marshall [Pass Blocking] 80 29 New York Jets - ILB Garrett Holliday 6-3 234 R Arizona State [Mike] 81 30 Carolina Panthers - ILB Christopher Clayton 6-0 240 R Penn State [Mike] 80 31 Oakland Raiders - OT Kevin Grey 6-5 260 R USC [Pass Blocking] 81 32 Green Bay Packers - OLB Nathaniel Jeffries 5-11 253 R Tennessee [Blitz] 80
    18. [2021] Scout contracts

      Baltimore Ravens rocksaucesundae 1 year
    19. "But they do get the Bulldogs coming off of a winner-take-all game for the division crown, so they may be able to capitalize on the emotional letdown." absolutely zero respect
    20. Baltimore Ravens #29 OLB Louis Peterson 6-4 200 3 Oklahoma State [Blitz] 88 - Accepted $5.5 million
    21. Regional Rivalries

      This is slightly off topic but I think this is an interesting solution to something that is in some sense a problem. For the most part people don't really do a lot of big OOC games, like ones between top 10 schools (think Bama-FSU or Ohio State-Oklahoma) because it's so risky and the SOS gain doesn't really outweigh that. In real life one of the big appeals of these sorts of games are that it gets your program massive amounts of publicity and gives a great opportunity to show off to potential croots. So maybe if you win a really big OOC matchup (not sure exactly how you would designate that) then you get a recruiting bonus for the rest of the season or the next season, like +1 points per week or a points bonus to croots from the state the game was played in. The latter would also give incentive for neutral site matchups that we don't really have atm.
    22. Receiving votes! Did NOT expect to be doing this well in my first season at Fresno, really encouraging for the future.
    23. Imposter's Bowl Projections (2020 Week 13)

      if this happens then I will run as commish for the MWC under the promise that if elected I will declare independence from the NCAA. #norespect