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Yellow_Evan last won the day on September 30 2017

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  1. Yellow_Evan

    [CFBHC] Register your Initial Coaching Skills

    Base starting skills Offense: 16 Defense: 16 Special Teams: 10 Clock Mgmt: 10 Discipline: 10 Youth Mgmt: 8 CFBHC Career: USF HC (2017-) NFLHC Career: Houston Texans HC (2018), Dallas Cowboys HC (2019) Breakdown: (Off/Def/ST/Clock/Disc./Youth) 2017 Adjustments: +2/+2/0/0/0/-2 Traits after 2017: 12/12/10/10/10/8 2018 Adjustments +1/+1/-1/-1/+1/+1 Traits after 2018: 13/13/9/9/11/9 2019 Adjustments +1/+1/+1/+1/-1/-1 Traits after 2019: 14/14/10/10/10/8 2020 Adjustments: +1/+1/-1/-1/+1/+1 Traits after 2020: 15/15/9/9/11/9 2021 Adjustments: +1/+1/+1/+1/-1/-2 Traits after 2021: 16/16/10/10/10/8
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    [2022] Week #9 - FNF

    OG Tulsa AI is back.
  3. Yellow_Evan

    [2022] Week #7 - 4 PM

    Ayyy gg Soluna.
  4. Orlando Greer isn't even going to be playing next year. He'll be #3 on the DC lol.
  5. Yellow_Evan

    [2022] AAC Week 1 POTW

    it was worse than normal this week.... TNF already has a better DPOTW candidate.
  6. Offensive POTW: QB Eli Siegel, TEM, 21 for 25, 375 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT, 51 yards rushing The Siegel era begins with a bang for Temple. Honorable mentions: RB Julian Childs, TEM, 24 for 209 yards, 3 TD RB Etano Wendt, MEM, 20 for 101 yards, 2 TD QB Rob Andersen, UCONN, 29 for 42, 370 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT Defensive POTW: DE Justice Bowden, TEM, 2 Sacks 3 Tackles, 1 for a loss In a week where the AAC didn't play much defense, Bowden got a pair of sacks. Honorable mentions: OLB Kamar Jackson, TUL, 5 Tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR Special Teams POTW: K Gabriel Hams, USF, 3/4 (45, 38, 41 - 52) Hams kept his team in the game.
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    [2022] Week #1 - SNF

    Is that true in the sim though?
  8. Yellow_Evan

    [2022] Week #1 - SNF

    Holy fuck we were sacked twice. Yeah we finished with negative rushing yards in all likelyhood.
  9. Yellow_Evan

    [2022] Week #1 - SNF

    He's been doing this for years just that no one for most of his career has payed too much attention to him. He hasn't declined yet despite the fact he's like 32 now.
  10. Yellow_Evan

    [2022] Week #1 - Saturday Evening

    No the undefeated War on I-4 part.
  11. Yellow_Evan

    [2022] Week #1 - Saturday Evening

    You realize that happened on here in 2020, right?
  12. Yellow_Evan

    [2022] Week #1 - Saturday Evening

    I’ll take this.
  13. 2017: Playing the pass against Chris Bell Playing the run and playing using conservative settings against Charlie Walter Not going after enough 4-4.5 croots 2018: Deciding to play conservatively despite good safeties with the Texans Benching Tommy Jones Deciding to throw it 30 times a game at USF despite a 3.5/3.5 QB and 4.5/4.5 RB in Josh Taylor Not recruting O Line hard enough, thinking I could win with a 3.5 O Line Thinking NFLHC QB combines were the gospel and could tell you everything about a QB 2019: Running spread offense with Vaughan Abraham and a historic O Line Playing aggressively on defense with the 2019 Cowboys team Throwing at linebackers against the Seahawks who had a great ILB whose name escapes me now Not trying pro style offense with my CFBHC team One could say taking the Cowboys HC altogether was a mistake but that's more on serwendel's part since he hired me (and even then my bad coaching allowed us to suck and get Burnett as there is no way we would have been able to afford TRod). Throwing at corners against Kevin McQueen and UCF. 2020: Taking Benjamin Franklin in the 2nd round. 2021: Screwing up defensive gameplan for first half of CFBHC season Not playing the run against Houston Also: Scheduling too many soft OOC games (and may have been why my offense didn't step up down the stretch in 2019-2022). I wanted to slowly work my way up as I got more comfortable with my team on a year by year basis without risking my W-L record as I didn't trust myself in tough games but it. Jumping right into NFLHC coaching without being a scout
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    Oh nice welcome back.
  15. Yellow_Evan

    Soluna's Hurricane Info

    Great list but I'll add two more general things to add: (I realize it's too late for the first but someone could manage to stumble upon this thread in a year or two when the next hurricane hits a given area) If you're told to evacuate, PLEASE do so. It doesn't matter if you've survived other storms fine; no 2 storms are alike and you could have been (and statistically probably was) away from the worst effects of the storm, while in this instance, you could possible bracing the strongest winds of the storm or dealing with a hurricane that is stronger or larger overall than the ones you survived with ease. The category of a hurricane does not necessarily matter much in terms of hurricane impacts. The reason for this is the category of a hurricane is based only on maximum winds and does not take into account storm size. Since the windfield is larger in a larger hurricane, the sea level rise is greater not to mention that the strongest winds are felt over a larger area. On the other hand, sometimes a stronger hurricane can be small, which results in a really tight core with a sharp pressure gradient, and if you're the outside of the core, effects won't be that bad yet if you're in the eyewall of a very intense hurricane, the effects, primarily due to strong winds, will be catastrophic, even if the sea level rise is not anywhere near as large as what a larger storm of the same intensity would be.