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  1. TuscanSota

    [2022] Week #1 - TNF

    Goddam... (Arkansas State v. UNT game)
  2. TuscanSota

    [2022] Week 0 Coaches Poll

    I don't plan to reveal my ballot, but I would like to go on record and say that I won't be using the public coaches poll as an influence in how I will vote this season. At most, I'm going to use public poll to observe how the other pollsters are voting, but I'm not going to change my vote based on how the rest of the voters are polling.
  3. TuscanSota

    [2022] Week 0 Coaches Poll

    Are pollsters allowed to discuss or comment on how they vote? (Without revealing the contents on our personal polls)
  4. TuscanSota

    [2022] Pre-Season Week #4 - 1 PM

    Let's just end the season here, folks.
  5. The university refuses to discuss the topic surrounding this particular individual. Next question.
  6. I would like to make an announcement regarding our quarterback situation here in Logan, Utah. After a rigorous summer composed of many practices, and after many countless hours of training and observing the performance of our players, we have came with a conclusion on who will take the helm as the starter for the Utah State Aggies offense. It was not an easy decision, as both players are not only hard-working, but are both young, and very talented athletes. We are very thankful to have both players on our team. We are going to implement a system that’s very rarely used at both the collegiate level and the professional level. It is a system that utilizes the strengths of not only one quarterback, but two. In the same scenario where two running backs might be placed under center or rotated out, such as that will be here in Logan, but for quarterbacks. We call it the 2QB System. An offense both dynamic and unpredictable on both sides of the ball. Our first Quarterback will be Kieron Farmer. Kieron’s finished this summer impressing us with the talent he possesses at such a young age. Though he’s made a few misses and practices, and could work on his reads, we believe that he is the QB who should start for the Aggies come gameday. QB Kieron Farmer 6-5 220 (Fr) Bountiful (Bountiful UT) 2.0 of 4.5 [Pocket] And in the event that Kieron is forced off of the football field for any reason, whether it be for penalties, obnoxious rain delays or injuries, he will be replaced by our second QB, Eli Holman. QB Eli Holman 6-4 188 Fr Layton Christian (Layton UT) 2.5 of 3.0 [Scrambling] Like Kieron, Eli is a very talented young quarterback. He brings to practice a passion for the game, and is always challenging his teammates around him. While he is capable of starting ahead, we felt like it was best to keep sharpening Eli’s skills, and be able to surprise our opponents with his talents when the need rises. In this case, it will be if Kieron is not physically capable of throwing a football. So yeah, that's how our 2QB system is going to work. Thank you to everyone who kept up with the Aggies over this very long and arduous summer. We look forward to this season with our first game in week two against one of our in-state rivals, the Utah Utes. Have a great evening, and HAIL THE UTAH AGGIES! I am also open to questions at this time. Ask away.
  7. TuscanSota

    Who commits where?

    What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the CFBHC School of Crooting, and I've been involved in numerous seasons on CFBHC, and I have over 300 signed croots. I am trained in tactical crooting and I'm the top recruiter in the entire Mountain West Conference. You are nothing to me but just another coach. I will out-croot the fuck out of you with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this website, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of coaches across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your crooting class. You're fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can out-bid you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in crooting, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the visits and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the interface, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking dead, kiddo.
  8. Malcolm Douglas-Scott
  9. TuscanSota

    Who commits where?

    Have fun with that
  10. TuscanSota

    Who commits where?

    Oregon is going to reload their RB core by either taking Luke Corey (3.0/4.5) or acquire on of California's 5* RBs TCU is going to take a 5* WR and acquire that OLB from Shiner, TX Kansas could attempt to recruit one of the Texas 5* QBs
  11. This past month, a lot happened. I was offered a new job in the company I work for, and it’s a job in a field I was particularly interested in. I bought a new car and traded in the car I’ve driven in since high school. For 2018, both were the two things I stressed about the most in my life. Honestly, the career, more than the car. My old car kept breaking down nearly every month. At that point, I had to trade it in. It was 16 years old at that point. I hated my old job. I can argue that just about any college graduate can do it, because of how monotonous it was. My career got to a point where my goal for the year was to get out of that job. I started studying computer science and programming. A lot. I spent entire weeks dedicated to taking online courses, understanding algorithms and putting together pet projects just in order to beef up my portfolio so that I can shotgun my resume out to the job market. I planned on getting an offer hopefully by the end of December. And out of nowhere, to my surprise, my manager takes me aside and told me he pulled a few strings. I was given the chance I’ve been striving towards all year. No technical interviews, no bullshit whiteboard problems, just a job on a silver platter. I should be happy. Yet, I feel like I’m in flux. You see… I’ve been in Texas for eight years. My whole life, I’ve grown up in on an area for 9-10 years at a time. My early childhood was close to NYC, I grew up in the suburbs of Minnesota, and made the dynamic change to move to Texas and go to Baylor. After graduating, I move to Austin, which is where I am now. In the three years, I’ve lived in Austin, it’s been a roller coaster. Personally, my life in Austin has been exhausting. I’ve used to party, a lot. Hell, you can find old CFBHC Gameday live-streams where I would take a shot live on camera based on the results of a team performing. I would go out with friends week after week - different group each week, same bars. I started dating seriously, and over three years learned a lot about myself and the people I was dating. A majority of those relationships didn’t end well - either by neediness, cheating, or because all one of us was looking for was sex. The alcohol ended up becoming more of a problem than a solution - it was affecting my attitude, my love life, just my overall well being. Professionally, I’ve gone from doing everything properly in my previous job role to making mistakes and nearly got fired by my old manager last year. This year, I was put under a new manager (old role), and I’ve got myself together. I ended up making strides and improving, but I realized that I don’t enjoy the company culture that I work in. After that moment last year where I was nearly fired, I realized I didn’t enjoy where I was living, and the routine I pulled myself into. I ended up looking back on what I’ve done in my life, and concluded I wasn’t happy. So, I started traveling. I visited cities I could see myself moving to. I ventured to places like San Francisco, Seattle, Hawai’i, Vegas, and Oklahoma City. I even returned to the roots I left in Minnesota. I researched the job market in each area: which were the big companies, how was the local start-up scene, how lively was the culture, everything. I cleaned myself up. I don’t drink as often, and by that, it’s usually weeks, almost a full month, where I don’t touch a drop. I don’t go out as much. I ended up dating my current girlfriend around this time. I knew her for a few months before we started dating, and she’s understood before our first date that I’ve been wanting to leave Texas. She wanted to date me. She’s head over heels for me. She calls me her best friend, and that she appreciates me for being in her life. We’ve confided things to each other, things we haven’t told anyone else. She pours her heart and soul into me and sees a future for the both of us. My friends see something in us, and so does my family. Yet the sad thing is, after ten months of dating, I don’t see her the same way. I respect and I admire her, but in the back of my mind, I’ve been more focused on leaving Texas and pursuing this job seach. I’m not ready for a relationship. If I wasn’t focused on switching my career and relocating, perhaps it could work. She’s focusing on graduating by the end of this year - and I don’t want my relocation to be responsible for where she starts her career. We’ve done long distance already this past summer, but it’s something I wouldn’t want to do again. I just know the longer we date, the more serious things will become. I don’t want that, and though I hate to upset her, it’s something I’ll need to tell her. So as you can see, I was using the job search for more than just a career change. I was using it as the catalyst of change for my entire life. I could start fresh and new somewhere else and begin a new chapter on a clean slate - whether it be a relocation, or going remote and traveling around. I’m willing to leave Texas, leave my family and friends behind. But now, I’m suddenly in a new role. It’s the job I wanted to change my career to, at the company I wanted to leave. And so I’m probably going to be in Austin for a year. I’m not really sure what to do until then. I know this is a lot, and is probably a mess of a vent, but this is something I wanted to get off my chest for awhile. If someoen wants to PM me about this, please contact me via discord. TuscanSota#1458
  12. Summer is nearing it's end in Logan, Utah, and fans are eager to see how the team's shaping up. I'm Bro von Brosky, here from the clearly unbiased news organization StatWars, to bring you the analytical inside scoop on the Aggies. I'm sitting here with new head coach TuscanSota, who was open to take a minute during this afternoon's practice. Now coach, thank you for joining us today. Tuscan: It's my pleasure. Bro: What would you consider to be your team's high's and low's from this summer? Tuscan: Well, the team's been shaping up since our spring practices. We were running drills, kind of getting a feel of who starts where, and how we would like to build our playbook. Our Offensive Line coach, Ba 'Rick Wall has been working vigorously on shaping both our offensive line and our defensive line. We've got some senior leadership in guys such as Aaron Walls and Marc Whalen, who I'm hoping will be able to complete their assignments on protecting the pocket. We've focused on working on the opposite side of the ball lately, especially since a lot of our defensive lineman can't seem to get passed those two. Bro: I guess you can say your QB will be well protected? Tuscan: I surely hope that's the case. Bro: Speaking of which, rumor has it that there's been a quarterback battle going on at practice, one that's been heated since the Aggie Spring Game earlier this year. Any thoughts? Tuscan: I wouldn't say it's a rumor. Quarterback is one of the positions we're carefully evaluating, especially since the position is very young. We considered going with a 2QB approach, but we're aware that building the playbook around two QBs will only hinder our squad and not improve our level of play on the field. We have two excellent freshman, Kieron Farmer and Eli Holman. Both are eager for the starting role, I would say it's developed into a personal rivalry. Bro: That's lit bro. Tuscan: Excuse me? Bro: Sorry... what can you tell us about the two? Tuscan: Well, Kieron's from a small farm out in Bountiful, Utah. Ain't much of a runner, but he has a gun for an arm. He told me his pops would often have him sling hay bails every evening to build his arm strength. I think the kid's got potential, but he needs to focus on fixing his throwing mechanics. They're a bit rough, but I think he's aware of these mistakes and wants to work on them. Bro: Have tried switching the football for bale of hay during practice? Tuscan: Can't confirm. Bro: Well then.. how about Eli? Tuscan: Eli's a good kid. Not as built as Kieron, but he makes up for it in his playmaking. Eli's able to make some reads during our scrimmages. He has trouble handling pressure sometimes, but has been flexible on the run. Sometimes, he throws the ball out of bounds, sometimes he takes a broken pocket and scrambles for a few yards. Bro: I see... so clearly there's a difference between the two. Tuscan: Both QBs play have a very different style of play. At the moment, I would consider Eli to be more ready of the two, but I think Kieron is really challenging for the starting spot. Eli doesn't want to give up his chance, which leads us to where we are now. Whoever we start will likely have the offense centered around them. Bro: Well said. Any further thoughts on the upcoming season? Tuscan: We're taking it one week at a time. I think our team is really young, but can make a bowl this season. It's not a goal, but I think it's within reach. The players need to set their mind to it and complete their assignments if they really want to make it to the post-season. Bro: I'm sure they're eager. Where's the team now. Tuscan: The team's currently in our facilities working their bums off. If they aren't, they're going to expect a lot from our Strength & Conditioning coach, Bodi Billder. And they might lose their chance of ice cream this friday. Bro: Ice cream? Tuscan: I promised I would buy 'em all ice cream if they did well this week at practice. Bro: And hopefully you'll have your decision on your starters by then. Tuscan: Excuse me? Bro: Thank you again for joining us for our Insider Report on the Utah State Aggies! I'm Bro von Broski from StatsWars, and you've just been informed. Enjoy your day, and good luck at your practices! Tuscan: ...
  13. TuscanSota

    [2022] The Biggest Upsets* in CFBHC History

    I was about to unsubscribe, but then I realized this was not the game I coached against Kansas State the season prior. I also do not wish to talk about that game...
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