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Todd last won the day on December 17 2019

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About Todd

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    "Acceptable" Coach
  • Birthday 01/29/1993

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    The Ohio State Buckeyes

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  • CFBHC Career
    Navy Midshipmen (2017-Present)
  • NFLHC Career
    Tennessee Titans Head Coach (2019-Present)
  • Achievements
    1x AAC Champion (2021)
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    Strength in Growth (+0.5 potential)

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  1. These aren't for everyone, but I've really enjoyed playing Kentucky Route Zero, Disco Elysium, and Death Stranding lately. There's collectively about 150-200 hours there.
  2. Todd

    COVID 19 Thread

    Not sure what your question is, but it absolutely should be treated like an incredibly serious pandemic, and you + your grandparents should isolate to the fullest extent possible. Things could get really bad in the United States because the hospitals will in all likelihood be completely overwhelmed. This is incredibly dangerous for elderly people.
  3. Todd


    @pda42 Congrats, you're approved for Cincinnati! Request here for a logo for your avatar picture. We are currently in the offseason, which may take another few months. Here is your roster. It is progressed for the 2024 season. You can informally make a depth chart now if you are so inclined, but the forum to post our official 2024 depth charts will not open until we are closer to the 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. He was also coming off a season ending injury that year which probably hurt his progression. We had a decent O-Line rating every time he filled in at guard due to injury, so I think you're right about that.
  5. We started OT Lyle Matthews at Guard for parts of three seasons iirc due to injury issues. Initially I thought he was doing really well there because his 6-1, 343 pound frame seemed more suited for the guard position. But I think in hindsight he filled in just about average, possibly well below average. We converted him from OT to OG before the 2023 season, and the results were disastrous. He went from an 84 OT to a 63 OG, and this was after 2-3 seasons of starting at the OG position. I guess that means it was a bad idea from the start haha. Ultimately I learned not to do that again. The only situations where I would start a lineman out of position again would be due to depth issues.
  6. The Lombardi era is officially over, and I have no clue what to expect. I will be starting: QB Robert McCoy 6-1 205 Fr St. Frances Academy (Baltimore MD) 1.5 of 5.0 [Scrambling] and RB Deon Bowman 5-10 200 (Fr) St. Vincent Pallotti (Laurel MD) 2.0 of 5.0 [Speed] So, it will be a really interesting year to say the least. There will learning curves for sure, but they both have an amazing surrounding cast. My O-Line averages out to a 4/4.5 across all starters. My wide receivers average about 4/4.25, including the trio that put up over 4,000 receiving yards in 2023. And then there is my 5/5 blocking TE. I'm most excited to get back to running spread option, the system I know and love best. I'm hoping a run-first spread-option will take a little bit of pressure off McCoy, but I know learning that won't be easy either for him. He actually has the same height and weight as Braxton Miller, so I'm hoping he can come in and have a similar freshman season. Ideally he'd have another year to develop, but this is where we are at. I actually like having expectations being low for this year so I can't be too dissapointed lol. I hope the offense learns and grows a lot to set up a stellar 2025/26. Defensively, I'm excited to get back to running 4-3. It's something that I've found I seem to coach a little better for whatever reason. My personnel don't exactly suit it, but I have so many good DTs that I need to get them on the field. I have: DT Charone Barfield 6-6 317 So St. Frances Academy (Baltimore MD) 3.5 of 4.5 [2-Gap] and DT Kembrell Hall 6-7 321 (Fr) St. John's (Washington DC) 3.0 of 4.5 [2-Gap] Barfield was a monster starting as a true freshman NT in the 3-4 last year. I hope they can both make the transition to 4-3, and I'm still debating starting one as a NT in it. I also finally have a pair of 4* corners starting for the first time even and a pretty good safety tandem. It will be without a doubt my best defense I've ever had. Little bit worried about starting a 4.5 will LB at the 4-3 mike, but this base defense allows me to get the most talent out on the field which is what I aim to do in college.
  7. Hate to go out on a low note, but this is the first time I've ended the season ranked
  8. There's already a formula for the geographic distribution of recruits and we don't get high school game results, so I don't understand the point of this?
  9. You can't change your feats, but you can still add another since you hit 8 seasons. Strength in Growth would apply to the next off-season, however.
  10. It's great that the conference that hasn't won a national championship in 6 seasons and the conference that has never won a national championship can finally settle on the gridiron who is the real P-6 team behind than the P5 conference of champions AAC. Very nice guys, and remember to have fun!!
  11. It appears Notre Dame and I were overrated this year
  12. Dang, Lombardi is the . We just didn't have the run game or defense this year. GG @TheLiberator
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