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T-C-U BETTER BELIEVE IT

#3 TCU took on #5 LSU this weekend and let everyone know that the Horned Frogs are legit. It was a defensive struggle but TCU was able to come out on top 13-10.

THE BUC STOPS HERE

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't give Christian Skaggs any break Sunday, sacking the QB 6 times. The offense did their part behind QB Taylor Heiden and rookie RB DeNorris Jackson and came away with a 28-21 win.

DREAM KILLERS?

A top 15 matchup between the #11 Toledo Rockets and #15 Florida Gators ended in heartbreak for the Rockets. Florida managed to pull out the 25-22 win on the road. Anyone doubting either team was put on notice.

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

The Green Bay Packers have raced to a 5-0 start after beating the 2-2 Seattle Seahawks. This game was very banner worthy which is why it is on here. I wonder if anyone can "catch" the Green Bay Packers, or maybe "intercept" them? No no, definitely catch.
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    [2020] Spring Games

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    Please create a depth chart for EACH team in the Depth Chart (Spring Games) [2020] forum along with a gameplan for EACH team in the CFBHC Gameplan forum.

     

    The team threads should be named: [2020] Penn State Nittany Lion Blue Team, etc. with the names being whatever your school uses for their spring games. (Penn State Blue & White Game)

     

    The schedule for the games is as follows:

     

    April 27th

    Duke Blue Devils

    Kansas Jayhawks

    ECU Pirates

     

    April 28th

    Temple Owls

    Rice Owls

    Kansas State Mountaineers

     

    April 29th

    Pittsburgh Panthers

    West Virginia Mountaineers

     

    May 1st

    NC State Wolfpack

    Illinois Fighting Illini

    Arizona Wildcats

     

    May 2nd

    Notre Dame Fighting Irish

    Oklahoma State Cowboys

    Western Michigan Broncos

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    7 minutes ago, HAFFnHAFF said:

    Can you give us the format you would like us to use for submitting the gameplan? I wasn't around before the interface and just want to make sure I do it right.  Thanks!
    #SpringGameHype

     

    Go to the gameplan forum located in the CFB Coaching and Strategy subforum. It is private to all users but you and Soluna. Create a topic named "[2020] Kansas State Wildcats Purple Team Gameplan" and inside post that team's gameplan, found on the Coaching Course. Be sure to mark the options you select, in this case I use the underline tool to distinguish my selections.

     

    Spring Game

    ---Offensive Gameplan---
    
    Scheme:
      Smash Mouth - (Almost entirely run oriented - plays off of good TEs and FBs)
      Option - (Balanced run/pass - requires a high skill Scrambling QB and good offensive line)
      Spread - (Balanced run/pass with a large amount of misdirection plays - works best with good skill players and a not
                    quite as good o-line)
      Spread Option - (Balanced run/pass - Combination of above two playbooks - works well with scrambling QB and high skill WR)
      Pro Style - (Frequent pass/ medium run - require a mix of pass and run blocking o-line)
      Pistol - (Balanced run/pass but focused on moving - works well with any RB and a scrambling QB)
      Wildcat - (Balanced run/pass with a large amount of trick plays - can be played with most characteristics and is
                   extremely high risk/ high reward)
      Wildcat II - (Mostly run with a large amount of trick plays - can be played with most characteristics and is extremely high risk/ high reward)
      Vertical Offense - (Mostly pass/ some run - requires a power RB and a pocket passer)
      Air Raid - (Mostly pass/ some run - shotgun based offense with 4 WR and 1 RB)
      West Coast - (Mostly pass - plays off of good pocket QB and WR play)
    
    Play proportion: Slightly More Pass vs No Change vs Slightly More Run (Play proportion is mostly dictated by your scheme,
                   this slider will modify it slightly. For example, a slightly more run proportion in a west coast offense
                   is still mostly passing).
    Play-calling: Conservative vs Neutral vs Aggressive (Determines Red Zone offensive gameplan, short 4th down situations,
                   and FG length based on game situation)
    Hurry-Up: All the time vs End of halves vs Never
    Passing: Screen/Out/Hitch vs Slant/Hook vs Streak/Post (All will be used but you can set a primary focus if you wish
                   to target a specific area of the opponents defense)
    Rushing: Inside vs Mixed vs Outside (Power RB and good FB facilitate inside running versus speed RB will work better with outside)
    
    
    ---Defensive Gameplan---
    
    Scheme: 4-3 vs 3-4
    Set: Play the Pass vs Balanced vs Play the Run
    Coverage
    Linebackers: Man vs Zone
    Cornerbacks: Man vs Press vs Zone
    Safeties: Man vs Zone
    Play-Calling: Conservative vs Neutral vs Aggressive (Determines blitzing frequency, punt coverage, tightness of coverage if man-to-man)
    Blitzing Balance: Lineman vs Both vs Linebackers
    Physical Aggressiveness: Aggressive vs Neutral vs Passive
    
    
    ---Blowout Gameplan---
    
    Applies to: Blowing Out, Both, or Being Blown Out
    Pull QB in blowout: Yes or No
    Pull RB in blowout: Yes or No
    Always go for 4th Down: Yes or No
    Kick FGs: Yes or No

     

    Make sure you do the same for the Kansas State White Team as well.

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    14 minutes ago, SageBow said:

     

    Go to the gameplan forum located in the CFB Coaching and Strategy subforum. It is private to all users but you and Soluna. Create a topic named "[2020] Kansas State Wildcats Purple Team Gameplan" and inside post that team's gameplan, found on the Coaching Course. Be sure to mark the options you select, in this case I use the underline tool to distinguish my selections.

     

    Spring Game

    
    ---Offensive Gameplan---
    
    Scheme:
      Smash Mouth - (Almost entirely run oriented - plays off of good TEs and FBs)
      Option - (Balanced run/pass - requires a high skill Scrambling QB and good offensive line)
      Spread - (Balanced run/pass with a large amount of misdirection plays - works best with good skill players and a not
                    quite as good o-line)
      Spread Option - (Balanced run/pass - Combination of above two playbooks - works well with scrambling QB and high skill WR)
      Pro Style - (Frequent pass/ medium run - require a mix of pass and run blocking o-line)
      Pistol - (Balanced run/pass but focused on moving - works well with any RB and a scrambling QB)
      Wildcat - (Balanced run/pass with a large amount of trick plays - can be played with most characteristics and is
                   extremely high risk/ high reward)
      Wildcat II - (Mostly run with a large amount of trick plays - can be played with most characteristics and is extremely high risk/ high reward)
      Vertical Offense - (Mostly pass/ some run - requires a power RB and a pocket passer)
      Air Raid - (Mostly pass/ some run - shotgun based offense with 4 WR and 1 RB)
      West Coast - (Mostly pass - plays off of good pocket QB and WR play)
    
    Play proportion: Slightly More Pass vs No Change vs Slightly More Run (Play proportion is mostly dictated by your scheme,
                   this slider will modify it slightly. For example, a slightly more run proportion in a west coast offense
                   is still mostly passing).
    Play-calling: Conservative vs Neutral vs Aggressive (Determines Red Zone offensive gameplan, short 4th down situations,
                   and FG length based on game situation)
    Hurry-Up: All the time vs End of halves vs Never
    Passing: Screen/Out/Hitch vs Slant/Hook vs Streak/Post (All will be used but you can set a primary focus if you wish
                   to target a specific area of the opponents defense)
    Rushing: Inside vs Mixed vs Outside (Power RB and good FB facilitate inside running versus speed RB will work better with outside)
    
    
    ---Defensive Gameplan---
    
    Scheme: 4-3 vs 3-4
    Set: Play the Pass vs Balanced vs Play the Run
    Coverage
    Linebackers: Man vs Zone
    Cornerbacks: Man vs Press vs Zone
    Safeties: Man vs Zone
    Play-Calling: Conservative vs Neutral vs Aggressive (Determines blitzing frequency, punt coverage, tightness of coverage if man-to-man)
    Blitzing Balance: Lineman vs Both vs Linebackers
    Physical Aggressiveness: Aggressive vs Neutral vs Passive
    
    
    ---Blowout Gameplan---
    
    Applies to: Blowing Out, Both, or Being Blown Out
    Pull QB in blowout: Yes or No
    Pull RB in blowout: Yes or No
    Always go for 4th Down: Yes or No
    Kick FGs: Yes or No

     

    Make sure you do the same for the Kansas State White Team as well.

     

    Thanks!  I didn't know if we were supposed to abbreviate stuff like in NFLHC or what.  

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