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  1. [2020] Bowl Betting Bonanza

    All my money - Penn State (-3)
  2. 2021 Recruiting Needs Your Help!

    I updated the Big XII coaches and schools.
  3. [2020] Bowl Games - Day #5

    Good game @cmcgill! Both defenses played pretty well, but the LSU run D was the difference. Mustafa's worst game by far. I'm proud of our season, and think we showed we belonged in the playoffs.
  4. [2020] Bowl Betting Bonanza

    $200 - CFP Quarterfinal: Auburn (+4.5)
  5. [2020] Bowl Betting Bonanza

    $200 - CFP Quarterfinal: Western Michigan (+11.5) $100 - New Mexico Bowl - Fresno State (+3.5)
  6. [Survey] Alumni Network

    West Virginia University (2010) (Big 12) - Undergrad Duquesne University (2013) (A10) - Masters
  7. Coordinator expiring contracts [GMs ONLY]

    Miami Dolphins OC Ken Whisenhunt +4% WR aggressiveness +4% WR skill -15% total scheme change penalty -3% QB durability Under contract until 2021 DC Joe Vitt +2% ILB skill +7% ILB/OLB chemistry Under contract until 2021
  8. Hudson Adam got his 23rd sack which ties him with Anthony Ortiz for most career sacks in Big XII history. Adam's 23rd sack also passes Michael McBride for most sacks in a career by a DT in CFBHC history.
  9. You said basically all season that this was going to be the championship game. Good Luck!
  10. I like Franz' proposal In real life WVU gets a lot recruits from Maryland. There are currently 0 recruits from Kentucky. I would suggest swapping Ky for Maryland as a border state of WV.
  11. Congrats to all the Mountaineers who made this list. This has been a special season!
  12. The 2020 CFBHC regular season is in the books!. Let's take a look at the players, representing the conference, who should be in the discussion for end of season national awards. Heisman Trophy Davey O'Brien Award Walter Camp Award Big XII Contenders: QB Mohammed Foster, West Virginia – 288 of 401 (71.82%) for 4048 yards, 35 TD, 5 INT (182.93 passer rating), 73 carries for 603 yards (8.26 YPC), 10 TD You can’t talk about the Big XII this season without mentioning the play of Mohammed Foster. West Virginia has won 10 in a row behind the stellar play of Foster, and he has performed as the best player for the best team in the Big XII. Foster’s 71.82% completion would be the highest in the Big XII history and his 182.93 passer rating would be a Big XII record. The thing that makes Foster truly special is that beyond his truly elite passing numbers, he is one of the best dual-threats in the nation. Mohammed racked up 603 yards and 10 TDs on the ground giving him 45 total on the season. Johnny Unitas Award Big XII Contenders: QB Chester Brenner, Oklahoma State – 284 of 431 (65.89%) for 3425 yards, 34 TD, 15 INT (151.72 passer rating) It seems that most of the top-tier quarterbacks are underclassmen, so enter senior QB Chester Brenner. Brenner leads the mostly explosive Cowboy offense while being second the Big XII in touchdown passes, also while significantly improving his completion percentage from prior years. Chester has shown an evolution in his game by his ability to spread the ball around to multiple targets shown by the balanced receiving numbers put up by the Cowboys. Brenner is definitely a long-shot to win the award when comparing to PSU Sr. Tanner Bowman, but does deserve to be a finalist for top Sr. QB. Doak Walker Award Big XII Contenders: RB Maurice White, Oklahoma – 311 carries for 1554 yards (5.00 ypc), 16 TD, 2 FUM Maurice has put the Sooners on his back all season. Everyone who plays Oklahoma knows that they are going to run White a ton, and yet he has continued to put up spectacular numbers in such a high-volume rushing attack. The Sooners struggled with defensive issues out of the gate, but have rebounded nicely winning 6 of 7. The productivity is there, the efficiency is there, and the Sooners are playing their best football of the season. RB Solomon McLaughlin, Texas Tech – 336 carries for 1614 yards (4.80 ypc), 25 TD, 1 FUM, 6 receptions for 69 yards (11.5 ypr) After 9 games I wrote that McLaughlin was a relative long-shot to win the award. Since that time Solomon has turned his productivity into over-drive taking over the Big XII rushing crown. Texas Tech barely throws the ball, everyone stacks the box against them, and McLaughlin has continued to get stronger as the season goes on. There's a lot of quality running backs in CFBHC, but McLaughlin deserves a serious look for the Doak. Fred Biletnikoff Award Big XII Contenders: J.C. Weldon, West Virginia – 94 receptions for 1551 yards (16.50 ypr), 16 TD, 0 DRP I still agree with my SEC colleague @SageBow that at this point it has to be a one horse race for the best receiver in college football. However, the best wide out is clearly Mountaineer J.C. Weldon. Weldon has an absurd 94 catches for 1,551 and 16 TDs on a pretty damn balanced Mountaineer offense. J.C, has shown his wide range of abilities by also having a 16.5 ypr average as well. John Mackey Award Big XII Contenders: TE Hastin Rider, Baylor – 74 receptions for 1036 yards (14.00 ypr), 11 TD, 1 DRP Rider has been the top target for the Bears explosive offense all season. The junior uses his supreme athleticism to become a mismatch for anyone that guards him. He’s become Swartz’ favorite target as shown by his team leading 11 touchdown receptions. If Rider continues his receiving tear, look for him to be a heavily scouted prospect going into his senior year. 1,000 yards is pretty spectacular for a tight end and puts him number 1 nationally as of the end of the regular season. Rotary Lombardi Award Big XII Contenders: DE Jamari Callahan, Kansas - 44 Tackles, 9.5 Sacks, 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 Safety Enter Freshman sensations Jamari Callahan. Callahan leads the Big XII with 9.5 sacks on the season, he's also a tacking machine with 44 total tackles, a pretty impressive number for a defensive end. Jamari has also shown a knack for being disruptive as displayed by his ability to force fumbles and his safety from earlier in the season. Jim Thorpe Award Big XII Contenders: CB Kyle Cunningham, Baylor –28 Tackles, 7 INT Kyle Cunningham has been one of the top corners all season. He's the only player in the nation to pick off Heisman candidate Mohammed Foster twice in one game and that performance propelled him to a National Defensive Player of the Week award. Cunningham has followed the opposition's best receiver all season and deserves to be in the conversation for this award. Lou Groza Award Big XII Contenders: K Ralph Hinson, Oklahoma State – 26/27 (96.30%) FG, 48/48 (100%) XP, 7/7 (40-49) K Louis Dwyer, Oklahoma – 26/27 (96.30%) FG, 31/31 (100%) XP, 8/8 (40-49) - 0/1 50+ K Felipe Munoz, West Virginia – 20/21 (95.14%), 63/63 (100%) XP, 10/10 (40-49) The Big XII brings a trio of deserving kickers to the Lou Groza discussion. Dwyer is a perfect 26/26 on FG attempts less than 50 yards, while Hinson and Munoz bring a high percentage of lengthy kick conversions for their teams.
  13. [2020] Week #16 - Saturday Evening

    Good game ace! It's hard to articulate just how good Mohammed Foster has been all season. Just to put in perspective his passing numbers are an insane 288 of 401 (71.82%) for 4048 yards, 35 TD, 5 INT. On its own those are pretty impressive passing numbers, but he also has 603 yards on the ground and 10 TDs. He's averaging over 8 YPC in the process. That gives him 4,651 total yards on the season and 45 total touchdowns. I'm not sure what Big XII records he has broken, but this season is up there with the best. I'm don't know if Mo will win the Heisman, but he surely deserves to be a finalist. There's a strong argument that he's the best QB in the nation, and the best player in the nation.
  14. Is this an easier place to handle Conference private threads and Team Front Office threads?
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