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TuscanSota last won the day on January 22

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  1. TuscanSota

    AAF Discussion Thread

    There's a few Baylor guys on the San Antonio Commanders, so I will be rooting for them
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    [2020] Week #12 - Saturday Night

    Considering I had the last game in the back of my head... I can agree. This series is only going to get better
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    [2020] Week #12 - Saturday Night

    Sigh... Such a close game. Gg @paperllamasunited
  4. Washington State HC rumored to already be planning ahead and contacting local high schools with talented croots in their JR year

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    Another Austinite!
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    [2022] Week #11 - Saturday Evening

    Yes, but are you... a Storm stopper? I think this calls for a Kansas-Mississippi State matchup
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    Way Too Early 2019 Top 25 Poll

    It's too early, but here are my two cents: Oklahoma's a bit of a question mark. Not sure who their next QB will be but placing them at #4 is a bit too high. According to the article, they did hire a new defensive coordinator, but we'll see how far that will go. On early look, I'd put Oregon ahead of UW. Jake Browning wasn't the greatest QB, and last season showed a few of his weaknesses without being able to throw to either John Ross and Dante Pettis. I would only put UW ahead if UW's receiving core improves and if Jacob Eason performs well in the Spring. I would put USC lower on the list, considering that they now lost Kingsbury to the NFL. If they find another like-minded offensive coordinator to replace him, then great. They have the talent but I think it's clear that the direction USC wants to go in order to win games is to fix the offense. I love my school but putting Baylor at 25 is too high. If we fix our line issues and if Charlie Brewer can make better throws, I would put them in the top 25. I'm with @taffyowner in regards to Minnesota. I'd probably put them in Baylor's spot on this list. Is UCF the new Boise State at this point?
  8. Base starting skills Offense: 16 Defense: 12 Special Teams: 9 Clock Mgmt: 9 Discipline: 9 Youth Mgmt: 15 CFBHC Career: Houston Cougars (2016-2017), Baylor Bears (2018-2021), Utah State Aggies (2022), Washington State Cougars (2022-Now) NFLHC Career: Seattle Seahawks Owner (2017-2020), Seattle Seahawks Head Coach (2020), Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach (2021-Now) Achievements: AAC Champion (2017) Breakdown: (Off/Def/ST/Clock/Disc./Youth) 2016 Adjustments: +2/+2/-1/0/-1/0 Traits after 2016: 12/12/9/10/9/10 2017 Adjustments: +2/-1/+1/0/-1/+1 Traits after 2017: 14/11/10/10/8/11 2018 Adjustments: +2/+1/0/-1/-1/+1 Traits after 2018: 16/12/10/9/7/12 2019 Adjustments: 0/+2/-1/-1/+1/+1 Traits after 2019: 16/14/9/8/8/13 2020 Adjustments: 0/-2/0/+1/+1/+2 Traits after 2020: 16/12/9/9/9/15 2021 Adjustments: Null and void (Resigned after 7 games) Traits after 2021: 16/12/9/9/9/15
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    [2022] Week #10 - 4 PM

    Good game
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    [2022] Week #10 - Saturday Night

    First win of the season (as a coach). Wow. GG @Kirby . There's something I still need to fix with this gameplan, but a dub is a dub
  11. TuscanSota

    [2022] Week #10 - Saturday Morning

    I think this is the first time Baylor has won two games in a row in the Country Roads Clash
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    Do NOT fill out your Sidebar Profile

    Went ahead and removed my sidebar. My apologies.
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    2019 Best Intentions Thread

    If I get laid off, I will add Nashville to my list for the road trip
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    2019 Best Intentions Thread

    I've been in Israel for the past week and finished my third day in Jerusalem. The trip itself has allowed me to get away from my normal life to take a glimpse at one of the most cultural cities in the world. Since I've stepped foot into this country, I realized again why I love to travel. The idea of waking up one day somewhere completely new - whether it be one I've read from a book, or seen only in photos - makes me excited. I've heard so many languages here and actually got to practice my Russian for the past few days. I know when I go back to America, I'm going to miss it. I'm going to return to a workplace where I have no clue if I'll be let go from the company or not (Corporate's doing layoffs at all levels). But the dream of being able to go back out there and travel is one I cannot let go. So for my best intentions, I've come up with this: Regardless of whether I get laid off or not, I want to start a blog. I already have a site, and the last time I posted one of my short stories, it garnered some attention. Being in Jerusalem has allowed me to do research on ancient civilizations and culture, and I've improved upon one of my story ideas enough to where I can start writing something. In the event that I get laid off, I want to travel around the US for a bit and write on my blog about the places I visit. I also want to translate my posts in Russian, so I can draw in an audience from Eastern Europe. Hell, maybe I should also go with Youtube for this. If I don't get laid off... I still want to travel. I already have plans for the summer, and will want to blog about both places I'm going to. At the moment, all I have is a few ideas of how I want to go about this blog. The problem is how it will be executed depends on what happens when I return to the States. Anyways, I hope y'all are doing well. I'll share photos when I return.
  15. I'm going to attempt to submit my poll by tomorrow morning (Y'all's time), so around 6:00pm my time. If I don't get it out by then, I'll need someone to take my spot for this week and possibly next week. Still overseas, but my access to wifi is limited