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1st & Ten Team Previews

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Big Suge Knight, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Big Suge Knight

    Big Suge Knight Walk On

    Mar 1, 2009
    This is where we will post our team previews. The previews should consist of:
    • Team Nickname
    • Stadium Info
    • Overall Record
    • Rivalries
    • Notable Alums

    After rosters are known:
    • Offensive Review (Philosophy, Strength, Weakness)
    • Defensive Review (Philosophy, Strength, Weakness)
    • Players you are excited about
    Please post only the previews in this thread.

    Big Suge Knight
    AgenT Smith
    Corey Volting
    tar heel
  2. Corey Haggard

    Corey Haggard Walk On

    Jul 2, 2011


    STADIUM: Ryan Field, 1501 Central Street, Evanston Illinois
    CAPACITY: 47130


    RECORD: 468 - 614 - 48 (0.435)

    RIVALRIES: Northwestern competes yearly against the Fighting Illini of Illinois, for the Land of Lincoln trophy.


    NOTABLE ALUMS: Charlton Heston, Otto Graham, Stephen Colbert
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2012
  3. Kaos

    Kaos Walk On

    Jun 7, 2012
    Stadium: Byrd Stadium
    Capacity: 54,000
    Field Turf Revolution Field (Click Here)
    Record: 611-535-43 (.532)

    Rivalries: Virginia,West Virginia,Navy,Penn St.
    Alums: Kevin Plank(Under Armor),Sergey Brin(Co-founder Google),Boomer Esiason, Larry David (Co-Creator of Seinfeld)
    Last edited: Jun 21, 2012
  4. Austin1990

    Austin1990 Walk On

    Jun 13, 2012
    [​IMG]Arizona State Sun Devils
    Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium; Tempe, Arizona
    Capacity: 71,706 (Expandable to 76,000)
    History: Built in 1958, this Stadium has undergone renovations 11 different times to go from seating 30,000 to the 76,000 that it is capable of holding today. Was the home of the Arizona Cardinals from 1975 to 2006, as well as the venue of the Fiesta Bowl from 1971 to 2006. Both of which moved to the new University of Phoenix Stadium in 2006. Currently the site of the Insight Bowl.

    Record: 551–344–22 (.613)
    Rivalries: Arizona and USC.
    Trophy: Every year, Arizona State and Arizona play in "The Duel in the Desert" for the Territorial Cup (47-37 in favor of Arizona).
    Notable Alumni: Jimmy Kimmel, David Spade, Barry Bonds, Terrel Suggs, Darren Woodson, Phil Mickelson.
  5. Ghost

    Ghost Before the rollieee!

    Aug 8, 2011
    • Indiana Hoosiers
    • Nickname: Hoosier State
    • Stadium Info: Memorial Stadium (also known as The Rock) is a stadium in Bloomington, Indiana. It is primarily used for football, and is the home field of the Indiana Hoosiers. The stadium opened in 1960 as part of a new athletics area at the university and currently has a capacity of 52,929.
    • All Time Record: 450-616-45
    • Rivals: Purdue Boilermakers, Illinois Fighting Illini, Michigan State Spartans, Kentucky Wildcats
    • Notable Alum: Isiah Thomas
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2012
  6. AgenT Smith

    AgenT Smith Walk On

    Jun 7, 2012
    Minnesota Golden Gophers
    TCF Bank Stadium, also known as the "The Bank" and "The Gopher Hole"
    On-Campus stadium that seats 50,805
    All-Time Record: 649-482-44 (.571%); Bowl Record: 5-9
    6 Claimed Nat'l Titles (most recently 1960)
    18 Conference Titles
    Penn State - Governor's Victory Bell (Penn State leads, 8-4)
    Wisconsin - Paul Bunyan's Axe [Formerly the Slab of Bacon] ("Slab of Bacon" series: Minnesota,11-3; "Axe" series: Wisconsin, 37-24-3; All-Time series: Minnesota, 59-54-8)
    Iowa - Floyd of Rosedale (Trophy Series: Minnesota 41-34-2; All-Time series: 61-42-2)
    Michigan - Little Brown Jug (Michigan leads, 67-22-3)
    Minnesota currently holds the Floyd of Rosedale. Minnesota will not play Penn State again until Nov. 9, 2013.
    Notable Alumni:
    Football: Bobby Marshall (one of the first Black NFL players), FB Bronko Nagurski (1927-29), DE Carl Eller (1959-62), TE Charlie Sanders, RB Marion "The Barbarian" Barber, Former HC Tony Dungy
    Other: Bob Dylan, Ric Flair, Kris Kardashian-Humphries, Brock Lesnar, Kevin McHale, Dave Winfield
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2012
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  7. Fmode11

    Fmode11 MVP

    Jun 13, 2012

    Wallace Wade Football Stadium


    Capacity: 33,941

    Wallace Wade Stadium has served as the home of the Duke Blue Devils since 1929. Named for legendary Duke head coach Wallace Wade, the stadium is horseshoe-shaped in structure and nestled among the greenery and towering pines of the surrounding Duke forest.

    Overall Record: 455-476-31 (.489) in 99 years.

    Rivalries: North Carolina

    Notable Alums:
    Dave Thomas - Senior Chairman & Founder, Wendy's International
    Fred L. Turner - Senior Chairman, McDonald's Corporation
    Theodore S. "Dr. Seuess" Geisel
    John Engler - Governor, State of Michigan
    Ron Paul - US Congressman
    Richard Nixon - President of the United States

    Last edited: Jun 22, 2012
  8. nobolarrybird

    nobolarrybird Walk On

    Jun 13, 2012

    Univeristy of California - Berkeley
    The Golden Bears

    California Memorial Stadium (Capacity of ~63,000 once renovations are complete this year)


    All-Time Record: 636–489–51 (.563)

    Rivalries: Stanford (The Big Game), UCLA

    Notbale Alumni: Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google), Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple),
  9. Burrcat2277

    Burrcat2277 Walk On

    Jun 11, 2012

    North Carolina State Wolf Pack
    Carter Finley Stadium
    Raleigh North Carolina
    Capacity: 57,583
    All Time Record: 551-536-55 (.507)
    Bowl Record: 14-11-1 (0 National Championships)
    7x ACC Champion
    Clemson (27-51-1)
    Duke (36-40-5)
    Eastern Carolina (16-11-0)
    North Carolina (32-63-6)
    South Carolina (27-27-4)
    Wake Forest (62-36-6)
    Notable Alumni:
    Torry Holt, Philip Rivers, Mario Williams
    Tuffy is ready for 2012!!
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2012
  10. tar heel

    tar heel Walk On

    Jun 17, 2012
    purdue boilermakers

    Ross-Ade stadium (62,500)

    Purdue Boilermakers football​
    [​IMG] 2012 Purdue Boilermakers football team
    First season 1887
    Athletic director Morgan Burke
    Head coach Danny Hope
    3rd year, 16–21 (.432)
    Home stadium Ross-Ade Stadium
    Stadium capacity 62,500
    Stadium surface Bermuda Grass
    Location West Lafayette, Indiana
    Conference Big Ten
    Division Leaders
    All-time record 586–508–48 (.534)
    Postseason bowl record 9–7
    Claimed national titles 0
    Conference titles 12
    Heisman winners 0
    Consensus All-Americans 19​

    Rivalries Indiana, Illinois, and Notre Dame
  11. Big Suge Knight

    Big Suge Knight Walk On

    Mar 1, 2009
    Los Angeles, California
    First Season: 1919
    All Time Record: 548-388-37
    Bowl Record: 15-16-1
    National Titles: 1
    Heisman Winners: 1 (Gary Beban1967)
    The Rose Bowl Capacity 92,542
    USC (Victory Bell Trophy)
    Notable Alums
    Troy Aikman​
    Kenny Easley​
    Jonathan Ogden​
    Arthur Ashe​
    James Dean​
  12. Legacy

    Legacy Walk On

    Jun 16, 2010

    University of Virginia Cavaliers
    First Season: 1888
    Athletic Director Craig Littlepage
    Head Coach: Coach Legacy
    Conference: ACC
    Division: Coastal
    All-Time Record: 616-540-48
    Bowl Record: 7-11
    Conference Titles: 3 (1908, 1989, 1995)
    Carl Smith Center, Home of David A. Harrison III Field at Scott Stadium
    "Scott Stadium"
    Location: Charlottesville, VA
    Broke Ground: 1930
    Opened: October 30, 1931
    Expanded: 1974 (28,00), 1980 (42,000), 1997 (44,000), 2000 (61,500)
    Surface: Astroturf
    Record Attendance: 64,947 (August 30, 2008)
    The Cavalier & CavMan
    Rivalries: Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia Tech
    Famous Alum: Tiki Barber, Aaron Brooks, Tyrone Davis, Jim Grobe, Patrick Kerney, Don Majkowski, Herman Moore, Wali Rainer, Terrance Wilkins, Derrick Dooley

  13. Patster7

    Patster7 CARDSTRONG

    Jul 21, 2010
    Oregon State Beavers
    First season: 1893
    Reser Stadium
    Capacity- 46,000
    Oregon State All-time record: 505–546–50 (.481)
    Bowl Record- 10-5​
    Rivals: Oregon (Civil War), Washington State, and Washington
    Notable alums: Brent Barry (NBA), Gary Payton (NBA), Chad Ochocinco, Rich Brooks (Former football coach of UK, I'm from Ky), Robbie Findley (United States soccer player, I am a huge soccer fan), Terry Baker (Heisman Winner)
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