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Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by MNoffke, Dec 18, 2011.

  1. MNoffke

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    Bio:
    Coach Noffke comes to OSU after having coaching experience at Wake Forest, Washington, Air Force, and Iowa State. It is no secret that Coach Noffke is known for his run heavy offense. In every season Coach Noffke has coached his RB has gone over 1000 yards.

    Coach Noffke has 1 National Championship under his belt. He has coach several Heisman throphy winners (most notably was at Wake Forest when there were three Heisman winners on the field at one time). Also, Coach Noffke has coached several AA that have found their way to the NFL.

    Goals at OSU:
    Coach Noffke looks to bring in his run style offense. However, don't be fooled he can pass the ball around when needed.

    Coach Noffke is more of an offensive minded coach. He looks to his DC and assistants to coach the defensive side of the ball.

    After 2 seasons coaching at OSU, kids from across the nation are starting to consider playing college ball at Oregon State.
     
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  2. -Cougars-

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    I am Coach Duke, I am here to turn the Bruins into a national powerhouse. This program is coming in at two stars but after my first season of winning the Pac-12 title and Rose Bowl our prestige definitely is going up.

    Coach Duke has coached one team and that was the Wyoming Cowboys. The Cowboys came from nothing to actually be able to contend for the MWC title every year. Coach Duke has bought his Air Raid from Wyoming to UCLA and he hasn't missed a beat. Duke has always had his QB's in the top 5 for passing yards every season and Richard Brehaut was #1 in the nation for total passing yards.

    Our defense is what hurts us as we were dead last in passing defense, even though our safety Dietrich Riley won the Bendarik award that means nothing. The Bruins will look to switch to a west coast offense or spread and looking for some solid defensive players. The Bruins have high hopes for the future it's up to Duke to maintain his hopes and dreams and bring a title to Los Angeles
     
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    Duke's Coaching Career
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Season Record Conf Bowl Outcome Final Ranking
    2011 11-3 6-3 Rose Bowl W 49-28 #16
     
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  4. CoachRedd

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    2011 Record - 8-5(6-3)​
    Team Stats​
    Total Offense: 4614 (6th in Pac 12)​
    Passing Yards 3201 (3rd)​
    Rushing Yards 1413 (8th)​
    PPG: 25.3 (9th)​
    Total Defense: 3769 (3rd)​
    Pass Yards allowed: 2520(5th)​
    Rush Yards allowed: 1249 (3rd)​
    Points Allowed: 315 (6th)​
    Stat Leaders
    QB Brock Osweiler - 128.5 QB Rating 190-385(49%) 3201 yards 29 TDs​
    RB Cameron Marshall - 213 attempts 1348 yards(6.3 avg) 9 TDs​
    WR Mike Willie 46 rec 835 yards 18.1 avg 6 TDs​
    Defensive Leaders
    Tackles: LB Vontaze Burfict - 72​
    TFL: LB Vontaze Burfict - 14​
    Sacks: LE Jamaar Jarrett - 7.5​
    INT: CB Omar Bolden - 5​
    Offensive Analysis
    The Offense had the talent to implement a power running game coupled with long play action passing. I used Eastern Michigan's playbook and struggled throwing the ball at first. After the first couple of games, however, I began finding my stride with Marshall setting up a strong running game and Osweiler feeding off of that running game by hitting long strikes down the field.​
    The offense used 2 TE sets most of the time and often featured 2 backs as well.​
    Defensive Analysis
    Arizona State's talent on defense was lead by elite LBs. Getting as many LBs on the field at once to make plays was the key reason behind implementing a 3-4. MLB Vontaze Burfict excelled in the scheme and the defense was particularly stingy against the run. 3-4 was the base defense but nickel was utilized primarily on passing downs. While the defense was above average in the Pac 12, stopping the pass was a bit troublesome and is an area of concern moving forward.​
    Divisional Competition
    The Pac 12 South is a pass heavy division. Arizona and UCLA are among the NCAA's elite in throwing the ball. USC also chucks the ball around quite heavily. This will lead to recruitment of DBs becoming a top priority. Linebackers who can only plug up holes in the run game have already become irrelevant if competing in the Pac 12 South is important. The plan to compete in the South is to set up the school in a way that is favorable to win division games. This will mean recruiting speed on both sides of the ball, but placing higher emphasis on Strong armed QBs, Big Play WRs, multi-talented backs, and pass covering defenders.​
    Recruits who are unfavorable towards the style of play desired: Running QBs with low throwing ability, Power Backs who do not possess a pass catching skill set or speed to play all three downs, LBs and Safeties whose strengths are more suited towards stopping the run.​
     
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  5. -Cougars-

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    Award Winners
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Year Award Position Player Notable Season Statistics[/LEFT]
    2011 Bendarik, Thorpe Strong Safety Dietrich Riley 10 INT's, 1 defensive TD, 60 tackles
     
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  6. MNoffke

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    Season 2:

    Coach Noffke's OSU Beavers finished 9-4 in his first season. Coach Noffke will look to increase that win total but knows it will be no easy task.

    OSU built off their momentum from season 1. OSU had many spots to fill in the 2012 season. RB Craig Jackson became the first true freshman to win the Heisman Trophy. In Coach Noffke's second year at OSU he won the Pac-12 North division. However Coach Noffke and the OSU Beavers fell to UCLA in the PAC-12 Championship game.

    OSU finished the 2012 season with an 11-3 record.
     
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  7. -Cougars-

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    Well the Bruins cruise to a 31-17 win over the Colorado Buffaloes. It was Brehaut displaying some great passing but a couple of bad reads hurt him, he ended the day with 4 TD's but 5 INT's. Brehaut has a new target and that's the freshmen WR, Willie Griffin. He put on a clinic for the Buffaloes who just couldn't stop him. Grffin had 6 receptions for 164 yards while Carroll had 4 receptions for 124 yards, including a hail mary bomb TD before halftime. Andrew Crenshaw rushed for 83 yards and 0 TD's.
     
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    Coaching Philosophy: Washington wanted to hire a coach that would fit their scheme well, and coach Fuzzy is known for his potent pro-style attack and stellar defenses. The two were a match, and coach Fuzzy began his career at Washington.
    Season 1: In his first year, Coach Fuzzy went 11-3 and got his team to the PAC12 championship game. They fell just short against UCLA, with their big play-maker wide-out James Kearse fumbling the ball on the game winning drive. It would be hard to be mad at a guy that had these stats: 74 recs 1,390 yds 18.7 avg 14 tds He will be missed going forward.

    Coaching Record:
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    2011 11-3 6-3 Alamo Bowl W 34-17 #15


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    2011 Washington Recruiting Board
    Recruit Name Caliber Position (Pos Rank) Height/Weight Hometown Overall Key Attributes
    Tom Malone :4stars: HB(#29) 5'10" 203 lbs Halawa, HI 70 B+ speed, B- agility, B+ spin move
    Jamie Waller :4stars: C(#11) 6'4" 271 lbs Anacortes, WA 70 B- acceleration, C- run/pass block
    Robert Barron :3stars: LG (#56) 6'3" 321 lbs Waihee-Waiehu, HI 68 C+ Strength/Run Block
    Nick Evans :3stars: RT(#34) 6'5" 312 lbs Florence-Graham, CA 68 C+ strength/pass block
    John McNamara :3stars: WR(#38) 6'5" 210 lbs Manhattan Beach, CA 68 A speed, C- SPC
    Jake Barron :3stars: TE(#40) 6'1" 224 lbs Vallejo, CA 68 C catching, C+ jumping
    Aaron Anderson :3stars: LT(#57) 6'6" 308 lbs Ran Palos Verdes, CA 67 A+ acceleration, C run block
    Jason Holmes :3stars: LOLB(#51) 6'0 199 lbs Hemet, CA 68 B+ speed, B+ jumping
    Frank Walker :3stars: ROLB(#94) 6'0 220 lbs Salmon Creek, WA 67 B+ speed/acc, C tackle
    Danny Avery :3stars: FS(#29) 6'0 190 lbs Kent, WA 68 B+ acc, C- catching
    Matt Hobbs :3stars: SS(#26) 5'11" 205 lbs Kelso, WA 69 B+ acc, B jumping, C+ tackle
    Darrl Owens :2stars: K(#23) 6'3" 186 lbs El Cajon, CA 69 A- speed/acc, C KPW
    Damon Rogers :2stars: P(#16) 5'10" 210 lbs Green Valley, AZ 69 B- KPW

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    2012 Washington Recruiting Board

    # Recruit Name Caliber Position (Pos Rank) Height/Weight Hometown Overall Key Attributes
    1 Lawrence Vaughn :4stars: DT(#19) 6'2" 299 lbs Sea-Tac, WA 72 B- strength C+ power moves B- finese moves
    2 Trevor Haley :4stars: HB(#24) 5'11" 198 lbs Westmont, CA 70 A- speed, C-/+ trucking, elusiveness, B- stiff arm, C+ spin move, B juke move
    3 Charles Anderson :4stars: DE(#14) 6'1" 237 lbs Fort Colins, CO 70 C+ hit power/finesse move, C block shedding/pursuit
    4 Kellen Reid :4stars: SS(#12) 6'1" 194 lbs Paramount, CA 74 B+ speed/acceleration, C catching, B- zone converage/tackle, C+ pursuit
    5 James Moore :4stars: WR(#15) 5'10" 176 lbs London, CN 76 B- agility, B+ spectacular catch, B CIT
    6 Tony Smith :4stars: WR(#11) 6'1" 164 lbs San Diego, CA 73 B+ speed/acc, B- route running
    7 Sean Smith :4stars: FS(#8) 6'1" 210 lbs Lompoc, CA 75 A- speed, B- tackle/man/zone coverage
    8 Lewis Bryant :3stars: CB(#40) 6'2" 180 lbs West Jordan, UT 69 B+ speed/acceleration, C+ man/zone coverage/press, C hit power, play recognition
    9 Cedric Willis :3stars: CB(#28) 5'9" 187 lbs Rancho Cucamonga, CA 71 A- speed, C+ block shedding, C- catching, B- zone coverage, B- press
    10 Jacob Hawkins :3stars: TE(#52) 6'5" 250 lbs Newport Beach, CA 67 C+ speed, C- catching/route running, C pass/run block
    11 Ben Irvin :3stars: G(#32) 6'7" 279 lbs Green Valley, AZ 69 A acceleration, C pass/run block, C+ pass/run block footwork
    12 Jeff Shelby :3stars: WR(#62) 6'2" 184 lbs Corona, CA 68 A- speed, B- agility/jumping, B+ carrying, B- spectacular catch, C+ route running
    13 Jeff Stephens :3stars: TE(#43) 6'2" 236 lbs Lakeland South, WA 68 B- speed, B- catching, C+ route running

     
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  11. BakerWildcat7

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    Cats Upset #10 Oregon St.
    In what has been their best overall performance of the season, the Wildcats of Arizona pull off a shocker upsetting the nation's #10 team! Each team was basically identical when it came to yardage, as Oregon St. totalled 588 yards and Arizona followed closely with 531 yards. But the deciding factor was the turnover battle, which U of A won handely forcing 3 int's one of which was taken back for six in a crucial moment, by JR SS Marquis Flowers who had 2 int's on the day. Arizona's offense played nearly perfect commiting no turnovers and making big play after big play! No one had a bigger game than SR WR Dan Buckner who only caught 3 passes but two of which went for touchdowns. He finished the game with 119 yards. Coach BakerWildcat was quoted as saying, "In the 2 years I've been head coach, this has to be the absolutely most complete game we've ever played. I'm truly at a loss for words, just so proud of our boys today!" Zona looks to continue their winning ways as the look to avenge a blow out loss from last season to Oregon.
     
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  12. -Cougars-

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    The Bruins were able to beat Utah even though they threw five INT's. This was an ugly game both teams had no type of offense whatsoever. The biggest part of the game was when the Bruins were able to return a kick for 101 yards. The Bruins are #8 in the country and are doing very well.
     
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    The Bruins were able to hold on to beat the Arizona State Sun Devils 52-38. There was no defense in this game, which explains the store. The Bruins expected the Sun Devils to come out running but they threw all over UCLA. Osweiler threw for 500+ yards while UCLA ran for 200+. It was a great game.
     
  14. CoachRedd

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    2013 Team Record​
    Schedule/Results​
    Week 1 @ #5 Boise State W 42-10​
    Week 2 BYE​
    Week 3 vs Indiana W 36-24​
    Week 4 vs UNLV W 56-21​
    Week 5 vs Oregon W 23-21​
    Week 6 vs UCLA(-cougars-) L 38-51​
    Week 7 BYE​
    Week 8 @ USC W 47-30​
    Week 9 @ Cal(Irishbearcat) W 21-14​
    Week 10 @ Oregon State(Mnoffke) L 14-34​
    Week 11 vs Utah(oshiomogho)​
    Week 12 vs Washington State(Kasper)​
    Week 13 @ Arizona (Bakerwildcat7)​
    Week 14 @ Colorado​
    Week 15 BYE​



     
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    PHILSTYLE3005 COACHING CAREER
    SEASON RECORD CONF BOWL OUTCOME FINAL RANKING
    2013 9-4 5-4 Hyundai Sun Bowl W 20-3 22/23[/SIZE]
    2014 12-2 8-2 Rose Bowl W 31-3 4/2[/SIZE]
    2015 11-2 7-2 Alamo Bowl W 23-21 [/SIZE]
    2016 2-0 - - -
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    ANNUAL SEASON STATISTICS
    RANKINGS 2013 2014 2015 2016[/U]
    Overall Rating 84 80 80 80[/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE]
    Offense Rating 84 84 81 82[/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE]
    Defensive Rating 82 75 78 76 [/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE]
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    COLORADO BUFFALOES SEASON THREE SCHEDULE

    Week Opponent W/L COL OPP MVP
    1 BYE - - - -
    2 Fresno St. W 31 7 Tony Jones
    3 @Utah (Oshiomogho W 38 31 Davaughn Thorton
    4 Colorado St. W 45 7 Tony Jones
    5 Washington St. W 38 31 Paul Richardson
    6 Oregon W 31 28 Tony Jones
    7 BYE
    8 USC L 16 55 Tony Jones
    9 @ Arizona St. (Coach Redd) W 20 14 Malcom Creer
    10 @ Oregon St. (Mnoffke) L 31 38 Malcom Creer
    11 @ UCLA (-Cougars-) L 13 24 Nick Hirschman
    12 @ California (Irishbearcat09) L 20 31 Nick Hirschman
    13 Florida W 17 14 Nick Hirschman
    14 Arizona (Irishbearcat7) W 32 17 -
    Bowl Georgia Tech W 20 3 Nick Hirschman


    COLORADO BUFFALOES SEASON FOUR SCHEDULE
    [/FONT][/COLOR]Week Opponent W/L COL OPP MVP[/FONT]
    1 Ohio St W 30 21 Tony Jones[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    2 @Nebraska W 31 17 Malcolm Creer[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    3 @Oregon W 30 13 Nick Hirschman[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    4 BYE - - - [/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    5 Colorado St. W 41 21 Nick Hirschman[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    6 Arizona St. (Coach Redd) W 48 14 Nick Hirschman[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    7 UCLA (-Cougars-) W 48 45 Nick Hirschman[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    8 Arizona (Irishbearcat7) W 45 3 Tony Jones[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    9 BYE - - - [/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    10 Utah (Oshiomogho W 30 10 Entire Defense[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    11 USC W 24 3 Keenan Canty[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    12 Oregon St. (Mnoffke) L 23 24 Nick Hirschman[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    13 @Washington St. (Murk wk2) W 45 17 Tony Jones[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    14 @ California (Irishbearcat09) L 24 35 Tony Jones[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    CCG Oregon St. W 24 21 Nick Spruce[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]
    Bowl Wisconsin W 31 3 Tony Jones[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    COLORADO BUFFALOES SEASON FIVE SCHEDULE

    Week Opponent W/L COL OPP MVP
    1 Colorado St. W 37 0 Stevie Dorman
    2 @Penn St W 14 7 Michael Rawls
    3 Nebraska W 37 34 Michael Rawls
    4 Bye. - - -
    5 USC W 34 31 Rashad Hall
    6 Arizona (Irishbearcat7) W 42 14 Rashad Hall
    7 @ Stanford W 38 10 Rashad Hall
    8 @ UCLA (-Cougars-) L 9 42 None
    9 @ Arizona St. W 38 17 Stevie Dorman
    10 Oregon W 28 21 Rashad Hall
    11 Washington (FuzzyL0gic) L 38 13 Rashad Hall
    12 @ Utah (Oshiomogho W 31 9 Rashad Hall
    13 @ Oregon St. (Mnoffke) W 48 38 Rashad Hall
    14 Bye - - - -
    Alamo Bowl Texas A&M W 23 21 Rashad Hall


    COLORADO BUFFALOES SEASON SIX SCHEDULE

    Week Opponent W/L COL OPP MVP
    1 Florida St. W 20 17 Mike Gutierrez
    2 @Nerbaska W 34 27 Mike Gutierrez
    3 Bye - - -
    4 Colorado St. - - -
    5 Oregon - - - -
    6 Bye - - - -
    7 UCLA (-Cougars-) - - - -
    8 Stanford - - -
    9 Utah (Oshiomogho) - - -
    10 Arizona St. - - -
    11 @ USC - - - -
    12 Oregon St. (Mnoffke) - - -
    13 @ Washington (FuzzyL0gic) - - -
    14 @Arizona (Irishbearcat7) - - - -
    Bowl TBA - - - -
     
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  17. Philstyle3005

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    Season Three (2013) Colorado Recruiting Class
    # [/COLOR][/COLOR]PLAYER NAME POSITION HEIGHT WEIGHT CALIBER HOMETOWN[/FONT][/COLOR] [/FONT]OVERALL NOTABLE ATTRIBUTES[/FONT]
    1 Jeremy Brooks #46 HB 6'2 196 LBS :3stars: Osmond, NE 65 B+ SPD & ACC, B- ELU
    2 Tom Johnson #89 OLB 5'11 179 LBS :3stars: Federal Heights, CO 66 B+ ACC, C Zone
    3 Leonard Alston #94 DT 6'3 275 LBS :3stars: Henryetta, OK 65 C STR, C+ Block Shed
    4 Daren Jones #105 DE 6'4 248 LBS :3stars: Wewoka, OK 65 B- Pursuit, C+ Block Shed
    5 Courtney Edmonds #67 QB 6'4 195 LBS :3stars: Long Beach, CA 64 B- SPD, C+ THP
    6 Andre Pettway #69 TE 6'4 255 LBS :3stars: Valencia West, AZ 65 C+ CIT, C Run Blk
    7 Nathan Watson #112 CB 5'11 173 LBS :3stars: Hugo,OK 64 B+ Speed, B+ Jump
    8 Brandon Robinson #52 SS 6'0 186 LBS :3stars: Evergreen,CO 66 B- Tackle
    9 Adam Leach #61 TE 6'2 220 LBS :3stars: Vacaville,CA 65 B- Impact Block
    10 Nick Ewing #88 DT 6'3 270 LBS :3stars: Sacramento,CA 65 C+ Power Moves
    11 Chip Monroe #100 OLB 6'5 216 LBS :3stars: Columbine,CO 66 C Tackle
    12 Tony Green #28 P 6'1 192 LBS :3stars: Chikasha, OK 65 C Kick Power
    13 John Cook #99 DE 6'2 246 LBS :3stars: Chico,CA 61 C+ Power Moves



    Season Four (2014) Colorado Recruiting Class
    # [/COLOR][/COLOR]PLAYER NAME POSITION HEIGHT WEIGHT CALIBER HOMETOWN[/FONT][/COLOR] [/FONT]OVERALL NOTABLE ATTRIBUTES[/FONT]
    1 Trent Miller #26 DT 6'3 266 LBS :3stars: Louisville, CO 65 B- Strength, C- Power Moves
    2 Mike Lewis #14 MLB 6'3 232 LBS :3stars: Grand Prairie, TX 68 B- Strength, B Speed
    3 John Perkins #32 WR 6'1 187 LBS :3stars: Glenrock, WY 71 A Speed, B+ Route Running
    4 Tim McMillian #29 CB 6'0 160 LBS :3stars: Spencer, OK 69 B+ Speed, B+ ACC
    5 Mark Jones #38 HB 5'8 178 LBS :3stars: Algona, IA 69 B+ Speed, B- AGI
    6 Brady Holly #152 WR 6'2 220 LBS :3stars: Humble, TX 63 A- Speed, B- CAR
    7 Jordan Parsons #15 C 6'6 323 LBS :3stars: Irving,TX 68 C+ STR, C Pass Block
    8 John Sutton #55 WR 6'3 196 LBS :3stars: Sapulpa,OK 69 A Speed
    9 John Jacobs #25 K 6'1 181 LBS :2stars: Stuart, FL 85 A Kick Power
    10 Kyle Overstreet #19 P 5'11 201 LBS :2stars: Louisville,CO 71 B- Power
    11 Michael Rawls #206 WR 6'3 172 LBS :2stars: Sapulpa,OK 72 A B+ Speed and ACC
    12 Benard Carter #176 CB 6'2 192 LBS :2stars: Greenwood, AR 68 B+ Speed and ACC


    Season Four (2015) Colorado Recruiting Class
    # [/COLOR][/COLOR]PLAYER NAME POSITION HEIGHT WEIGHT CALIBER HOMETOWN[/FONT][/COLOR] [/FONT]OVERALL NOTABLE ATTRIBUTES[/FONT]
    1 Blair Pace #19 OLB 6'4 233 LBS :4stars: Lakewood, CO - B- Tackle, B- Hit Power
    2 Billy East #12 FS 6'4 190 LBS :3stars: Altus, OK - A- ACC, B Speed
    3 Daryl McCoy #123 T 6'4 288 LBS :2stars: Claremore, OK -[/B] B- Strength, C+ Pass Block
    4 Nick Murphy #15 CB 6'4 188 LBS :4stars: Lynwood, WA -[/B] B- Zone, A Speed
    5 Craig Lowe #11 DT 6'3 266 LBS :4stars: St. Johns, AZ -[/B] B- Strength, B- Power Moves
    6 Chris Workman #15 DT 6'2 281 LBS :4stars: Fort Carson, CO -[/B] B Strength, B- Block Shed
    7 Lance Kiniry #27 WR 6'2 171 LBS :4stars: Wilcox, AZ -[/B] B Speed, A- Carry
    8 Mike Gutierrez #17 WR 6'1 193 LBS :4stars: Bottineau, ND -[/B] B+ Speed, B- Route Running
    9 Kyle Brown #33 WR 6'2 200 LBS :4stars: Laramie, WY -[/B] A Speed, B+ Route Running
    10 Roderick Ross #26 DE 6'1 239 LBS :4stars: Lynwood,CA -[/B] B- ACC, B- Finesse
     
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  18. BakerWildcat7

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    The Wildcats start of the season with an impressive offensive explosion at home. Ground and pound was the story of the day, the Wildcats o-line controlled the LOS all day long amassing a whopping 324 yards on the ground! The Cat's three headed monster of 5 star recruit Clifton Hall who ran for 112 yards and 3 tds, Daniel Jenkins who led all rushers with 157 yards and 1 td, and speedster Kadeem Carey who added 40 yards of his own. "We did exactly what we set out to do this week, pound the ball and win the fight in the trenches! I'm definitely proud of our o-line today" quoted Coach BakerWildcat. Sadly the U of A offense took two huge blows losing all purpose back Kadeem Carey for the season and freshman phenom Clifton Hall for 5 weeks, it looks like Daniel Jenkins will be counted on to pick up the slack of those two loses. The passing attack was equally effective totaling 233 yards and 2 tds on the day, Senior WR Garic Wharton led all pass catchers with 2 recs for 91 yds and 2 tds.

    The Wildcat defense was pretty ineffective all game with the exception of the 3 ints they hauled in. The Cat's gave up 450+ yards and 5 tds in the air, the lone bright spot was the play of JUCO transfer DE Kyle Taylor who had his first Division I sack, but seemed to be hitting the Troy QB every play.

    The Cat's look to knock off the #2 team in the country when they face the University of Oklahoma @ home next week.
     
  19. MNoffke

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    Updated - 1/13/12
     
  20. Philstyle3005

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    TOP PASSER EACH SEASON
    SEASON POS PLAYER RATING COMP ATT YARDS TD INT COMP% SACK[/U][/COLOR]
    2013 QB [/COLOR]Nick Hirschman 96.5 137 247 2376 9 14 55.4% -
    2014 QB [/COLOR]Nick Hirschman 171.6 167 267 3101 19 16 62.5% 6-
    2015 QB Stevie Dorman 186.9 125 202 2508 21 8 61.8% 50


    TOP RUSHER EACH SEASON
    SEASON POS PLAYER ATT YARDS TD AVG AVG GM LONG YAC 20+ BTK FUMB[/COLOR]
    2013 RB Tony Jones[/COLOR][/COLOR] 153 937 10 6.12 104.11 76 - - - 0[/COLOR]
    2014 RB [/COLOR]Tony Jones 216 1087 14 5 77.6 80 370 5 12 0
    2015 RB Rashad Hall 196 1464 16 7.46 124.66 87 -624 14 13 3


    TOP RECEIVER EACH SEASON
    SEASON POS PLAYER REC YARDS TD AVG AVG GM LONG YAC DROPS[/COLOR]
    2013 TE [/COLOR]Davaughn Thorton 40 766 3 15.2 63.8 47 300 3[/COLOR]
    2014 WR [/COLOR]Nick Spruce 56 810 4 14.4 57.8 45 218 4
    2015 WR [/COLOR]Ed Robinson 34 889 8 26.14 74.1 77 241 4
    2016 - [/COLOR]- - - - - - - - -


    TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYER EACH SEASON
    SEASON POS PLAYER TACK(SOLO) TFL SACK INT FF FR SFTY TD[/COLOR]
    2013 DE [/COLOR]Juda Parker 22 15 12 1 1 0 0 0
    2014 MLB [/COLOR]Brady Daugh 68(41) 10 0 5 1 2 0 3
    2015 SS Buster May 72(46) 6 0 4 1 0 0 1
     
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  21. BakerWildcat7

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    FYI GUYS! I'm using my switch to Change my offense to the Oregon spread.
     
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  22. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

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    2013 Washington Recruiting Board

    # Recruit Name Caliber Position (Pos Rank) Height/Weight Hometown Overall Key Attributes
    1 Jeff Wright :4stars: CB(#12) 6'1" 191 lbs Granite City, IL - A/B+ speed/acc, B+ jumping/agility, B press/zone coverage, B- man coverage
    2 Chriss Green :4stars: DT(#8) 6'4" 259 lbs South Whittier, CA - B strength, B tackle, C+ power moves/block shedding pursuit
    3 Time Nobles :4stars: DT (#9) 6'6" 267 lbs Anchorage, AK - C- speed, B- strength, B- power/finesse moves/pursuit, C+ tackle
    4 Kenny Tucker :4stars: DE (#10) 6'1" 246 lbs Richmond, CA - C+ speed/block shedding/tackle/pursuit, B power/finesse moves
    5 Justin Nugent :4stars: ATH (#22) 6'0" 228 lbs Tumwater, WA - B- tackle, C+ hit power/pursuit/play recognition, C- zone coverage
    6 Joseph Harris :4stars: SS (#9) 5'11" 172 lbs Falls City, NE - B+ acceleration, B tackle/zone coverage, C+ hit power, pursuit, press
    7 Mike Flowers :4stars: FS (#5) 6'0" 211 lbs Hawthorne, CA - B+ speed/acceleration/pursuit, C+ strength, B- tackle/hit power/press/block shedding/zone coverage
     
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  23. Philstyle3005

    Philstyle3005 Walk On

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    2013 Season
    The Colorado Buffaloes completely improved this season, from their past few seasons, finishing with an 8-4 regular season record, and a 5-4 Pac 12 Record. (Their first winning season in Pac 12 Play ever) The Buffaloes lost a lot of close game this season, and were blown out once by USC. The other 3 losses just as easily could have been wins, as they did have leads in all 3 games. The new coaching staff didn't go in with expectations to win the conference, just to compete. Their expectations were exceeded as the Buffaloes finished #2 in the Pac 12 South behind Pac 12 Champion UCLA. The Buffaloes will see their first bowl game since joining the Pac 12 and will return a lot of players for next years team, including their QB Nick Hirschman and RB Tony Jones. The recruiting class for the Buffaloes isn't necessarily a strong class, but it's filled with a group that has a lot of room to grow. The Buffaloes pulled in players that believed that Colorado would begin to get better than what they had been, but there will still a lot of recruits out there that needed to see results first, so you can see why the recruiting class looks more conservative. The Buffaloes didn't attack the wide receiver position in recruiting, but did pick up 3 solid tight ends, which was the position that led the team in receiving this past season. Overall, the Buffaloes had a very successful season, much better than most expected. Hopefully they will see a boost in recruiting for next season with all the success the team saw this season, and hopefully they'll be able to add on to that success in the future. The talk right now is that Colorado will be changing their offense and we'll see more of a spread attack from them. The recruits aren't in place just yet for it to be explosive, but they'll have to make due.
     

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