BFR MEDIA DAYS Y3

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  1. Diddy81

    Diddy81 Walk On

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    SEASON TWO OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR​




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    Denard Robinson is back and ready to Hoist the Heisman and the Sear's Trophies​












    Answer these questions or give insight on all for Media Days year 3





    Scouting report on your team





    offensve playbook





    defensive playbook





    Key Losses:





    Key returning players:





    Top 3 incoming freshmen or juco's





    All Conference candidates:





    Season outlook:










    Your confernece preseason:





    offensive player of the year:





    defensive player of the year:





    coach of the year for BFR:





    ****do your research i dont expect you to have an answer to this, you may need to look around in the OD to determine your answers
     
  2. Diddy81

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    Scouting report on your team




    Purdue is in a year of transition. They lose big arm bad decision making Robert Marve and usher in Rob Henry. Henry is a dual threat type of guy and will be running the show. WR by committee is the plan as they attempt to replace all everything WR Justin SIller. The defense will be led by senior LB's dwayne Beckford and Antwon Higgs.






    offensve playbook




    TBA




    prolly Purdue






    defensive playbook




    Multiple






    Key Losses: Justin Siller, WR, Robert Marve QB, Bolden HB, Joe Holland LB, Charlton Williams CB






    Key returning players:




    Dwayne Beckford, Antwon Higgs, Josh Johnson, Kawann Short, Peters Drey, Antavian Eddison, OJ Ross, Ricardo Allen






    Top 3 incoming freshmen or juco's




    Cam Utley HB, Travis Mayo WR, Justin Smith QB






    All Conference candidates:




    Dwayne Beckford, Antwon Higgs, Antavian Eddison, OJ Ross, Kawann Short, Josh Johnson, Ricardo Allen






    Season outlook:




    7-5 somehow with a weaker team the Boilermakers make it to the post season.






    Your confernece preseason:






    offensive player of the year:




    Denard Robinson Michigan






    defensive player of the year:




    Cameron Gordon Michigan






    coach of the year for BFR:




    Coach BOB PSU
     
  3. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Scouting report on your team: We are going to pound the rock just like last season but this year we can make the throws we couldn't. Look out!



    offensve playbook: Ohio State


    defensive playbook: 4-3


    Key Losses: TP(in a way), DeVier Posey, Boom Herron, Donnie Evege


    Key returning players: Jordan Hall, Jaamal Berry, Marcus Hall, Corey Linsley, John Simon, Storm Klein,


    Top 3 incoming freshmen or juco's: Brandon Miller, Adam Blount, David Madison


    All Conference candidates: Jordan Hall, Jaamal Berry, John Simon, Christian Bryant, Dorian Bell, Storm Klein


    Season outlook: I think we will finish somewhere around 3-4 losses but our expectations or goals are to end with 1 loss or none and get a National Title!




    Your confernece preseason:

    offensive player of the year: Jordan Hall


    defensive player of the year: Kenny Demens


    coach of the year for BFR: Ricky Bobby
     
  4. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

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    Answer these questions or give insight on all for Media Days year 3





    Scouting report on your team
    Have a very good balance in the running and the passing game. Defense plays decent we can really take and make some noise. Offensively u try to stop run u get beat up in passing game. try to stop passing game get eaten up in running game






    offensve playbook
    Oregon St





    defensive playbook
    3-4





    Key Losses:
    Rodgers





    Key returning players:
    Bishop, Stevenson, Katz





    Top 3 incoming freshmen or juco's
    None are worth talking about





    All Conference candidates:
    answer tom​





    Season outlook:
    Oregon St is looking to make a bowl this year as the last coach was fired for not being able to get to the bowl game. Coach Ndcolts took over and won his only coaching game he had. At the time of this report he opened up with a dominating win over BYU but has a tough road left to become a contender. Recruiting class that came is was very weak and needs to get better or we will always be middle of the road team











    Your confernece preseason:





    offensive player of the year:
    Ryan Katz





    defensive player of the year:
    Uani Ugna





    coach of the year for BFR:
    Diddy






     
  5. DC

    DC Shake n Bake

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    Scouting report on your team
    We are going to be a run first team this season, with the edition of Kenjon Barner! He has the speed which really excels in Pac-10 play. We hope to pund the rock and run out the clock, but if we have to air it out....we still have Senior Andrew Luck managing the game from th QB position!!




    offensve playbook
    Wisconsin



    defensive playbook
    4-3




    Key Losses:
    WR Owusu and a Few offensive linemen




    Key returning players:
    Andrew Luck and Shane skov





    Top 3 incoming freshmen or juco's

    True freshman JP Young will be starting for us at FS....he has alot fo talent and closing speed. The rest of our freshmen are either red-shirting or playing cleanup duty.​




    All Conference candidates:
    Kenjon Barner, Andrew Luck, Shane Skov





    Season outlook:

    We always expect a national title, but realistically if we play smart and dont rush things...i can see us at a rose bowl birth this season. Our biggest challenge will be getting past USC and oregon. Arizona st is no slouch either!









    Your conference preseason:




    offensive player of the year:

    Kenjon Barner




    defensive player of the year:

    Shane skov




    coach of the year for BFR:

    BOB has alot of talent returning I could see him going to the Rose bowl this season!​
     
  6. Diddy81

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    Dear BK and CA it states YOUR CONFERENCE OPOY AND DPOY, LOL

    Then you pick anyone for coach of the year.
     
  7. controllerabuser

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    Oops...
     
  8. DC

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    There lol
     
  9. Diddy81

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    thanks fellas lol
     
  10. controllerabuser

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    Your welcome
     
  11. BobJr

    BobJr To each their own

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    Season Outlook:
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    Penn State had a horrible 2011 season and now is looking to rebound with a great 2012 campaign. Kevin Newsome will lead the offense from start to finish this year, and the Nittany Lions are going to go to more a ground oriented offense with their big uglies up front all being great athletes. Defensively Khairi Fortt leads the team again this season and will look to be the best defensive player in the nation.

    Offensive Playbook:
    Wisconsin

    Defensive Playbook:
    4-3

    Key Losses: HB Green, anytime you lose a guy with his speed its a loss. WR Derrick Moye, he was big, tall and caught a lot of passes for PSU. DE Crawford, great athlete with superb speed.

    Key returning players: LB Khairi Fortt, QB Kevin Newsome, WR Devon Smith, HB Silas Redd

    Top 3 incoming freshmen or juco's:
    LT Tre Willis, SS Evan Ford, and LE Jayson Dowdell

    All Conference candidates:
    Khairi Fortt, Silas Redd, Devon Smith, CB Stephen Morris, CB Derrick Thomas

    Season outlook:
    We are just looking for a winning record, realistically we want to be in a Jan. 1st Bowl.

    offensive player of the year:
    HB Berry from Ohio State

    defensive player of the year:
    LB Beckford from Purdue

    coach of the year for BFR:
    Diddy
     
  12. Diddy81

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    missing 7 lets go
     
  13. onaradio34

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    Offensive PB: Tulsa

    Defensive PB: 4-3

    Key Losses: RB Shaw; WR Stonum; WR Odoms; D-Line lost 3

    Key Returners: QB Denard Robinson; WR Roy Roundtree; MLB Demens; CB J.T. Floyd

    Top 3 Freshman: (RS) Freshman WR Ryan Powell; CB Andrew Black; FB Jeff Mueller

    All Conf Candidates: QB Denard Robinson; MLB Demens; WR Roundtree; CB J.T. Floyd; FS Cameron Gordon

    Season Outlook: despite the opening day fiasco, our goal is still to win the Big 10 and have no doubts that it can be accomplished.

    OPOY: Silas Redd RB Penn State

    DPOY: Dwayne Beckford MLB Purdue

    COY: B0BJR Penn State
     
  14. controllerabuser

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    Cute, a tree ^^^
     
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    Answer these questions or give insight on all for Media Days year 3












    Typical Iowa offense. Run the ball, create passing lanes, utilize the TE. On defense, the the front seven is not as good in years past, but this year, the secondary should be able to take up the slack and provide a stopping point for the defense.​







    Iowa​







    4-3​







    Offense - WR Marvin McNutt, TE Brad Herman​




    Defense - DE Broderick Binns, DT Mike Daniels, OLB Tyler Nielsen, MLB Bruce Davis, CB Shaun Prater, SS Tyler Sash​







    Offense - QB A.J. Derby, RB Adam Robinson, RB Jewel Hampton, RB Brandon Wegher, TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, RG Riley Reiff​




    Defense - DT Donovan Johnson, CB William Lowe, CB Micah Hyde​







    WR Blaine McCoy (JUCO), CB Kyle Brooks, SS Joel Dukes​







    TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, DT Donovan Johnson, CB Micah Hyde​







    This team goes how A.J. Derby goes. When he is hot, the Hawks are winning, when he is off, it is a struggle. His first full season at QB, we will see how good he really is.​



















    Your confernece preseason:








    Denard Robinson - QB Michigan​

    Stephon Morris - CB PSU​

    Sdid22​
     
  16. G-Force-28

    G-Force-28 TAYLOR GANG!

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    2012 Wisconsin Badgers

    Scouting Report:
    With John Clay graduating, Montee Ball and James White will be picking up the running back duties this year for Wisconsin. Look for Ball to get most of the carries and White come in for a change of pace. At QB will be Jon Budmayr. Budmayr takes the job from Phillips as he showed he could be more efficient and still be able to scramble as good as Phillips. On the other side of the ball, the secondary is VERY young. Look for the dline and linebackers to put pressure on the Qb to make things easier on the secondary.

    OP:
    Wisconsin

    DP:
    4-3

    Key Losses:
    John Clay, Nick Toon, JJ Watt, Aaron Henry

    Key Returning Players:
    James White, Montee Ball, Chris Borland, Mike Taylor

    Top 3 Incoming Freshman:
    HB Mike Preston, OLB Jake Smith, MLB Matt Baker

    Season Outlook:
    Goal is the Big 10 title. Realistically can see Wisconsin going 8-4, very tough user games this season.

    COPOTY:
    Denard Robinson

    CDPOTY:
    Storm Klein

    BFR COTY:
    nrg_qbz-_-
     
  17. nrg_qbz-_-

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    2012 Oregon Ducks

    Scouting Report:
    LaMichael James and Darron Thomas returns for another year to help the Oregon Ducks defend their PAC-10 title. A remarkable turnaround 2011 saw the Ducks rebound from a 5-7 record the year before. Look for LaMichael to continue to play a big role in this offense, as he was averaging almost 8 yards per carry before a season-ending injury saw him miss the last 3-4 games. Sophomore Lache Seastrunk filled in admirably and will definitely see more action this year as he proved himself to be a threat as well. The secondary is extremely talented and extremely fast. The PAC-10 saw just how quick this defense can be, although the lost of FS Boyett will hamper them immensely. *** My simmed game against K-State saw my team get torched for 53 points. Not sure if my team is really this bad or CA kept simming until I lost by 100 ;) ***​

    OP:
    Tennessee​

    DP:
    4-3​

    Key Losses:
    John Boyett, Lavasier Tuenei​

    Key Returning Players:
    LaMichael James, Darron Thomas​

    Top 3 Incoming Freshman:
    DT Lawrence Lee, WR Andrew Jenkins, SS Justin Wright​

    Season Outlook:
    Win the PAC-10 for the second consecutive season.​

    COPOTY:
    LaMichael James​

    CDPOTY:
    Kenny Demmens​

    BFR COTY:
    sdid​
     
  18. controllerabuser

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    No sir, it only sims once. ;)
     
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    Who hasn't done theirs?
     
  21. tuco418

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    Scouting Report
    Southern California Trojans
    The USC Trojans head into the 2012 campaign with high expectations after a 25-1 run over the last two seasons. Only a loss to Oregon prevented USC from competing in the title game in 2011 and earning back-to-back national champions. The Trojans earned the top recruiting class in the country and should make another run for post-season honors.
    Offensive playbook- After using a pro style attack and the Fresno State playbook the last two seasons, the Trojans are moving to the spread. Southern Cal will use the Tulsa playbook, which looks to get the ball on the perimeter to receivers while also using speedy running backs to make plays in space. Coach Tuco was asked as to why he would make the change- “We look at this as a long-term move and see this as the best offense to maximize the production of our talent.”
    Defensive playbook- The Trojans will use a standard 4-3 defense, as used in the last two seasons.
    Key Losses: Marc Tyler, running back. Lester Atkinson, kicker and Groza winner.
    Key returning players: Matt Barkley, quarterback. Robert Woods, receiver, Jawanza Starling, strong safety.
    Top 3 incoming freshmen or jucos: Vernon Triplett, quarterback.
    All Conference candidates: Barkley, Dillion Baxter, running back.
    Season outlook: USC has gone a great two year run but faces a treacherous schedule. They had the ball bounce their way a number of times and one would think the good fortune will eventually run out. Throw in the fact that USC is switching to a new offense and they might take a step down. Still, the talent is there for another BCS run.
    Your confernece preseason:
    offensive player of the year: Denard Robinson
    defensive player of the year: Storm Klein
    coach of the year for BF: Sdid at Purdue
     

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