Pre-Season Survey Thread - S6

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  1. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

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    Just wanted to get a jump on this while I had the OD up on my xbox.

    Season 6 Pre-season Survey

    Everyone please fill out the following via copy and paste:

    Team:
    Offensive Playbook:
    Defensive Playbook:
    # of scholarships available:
    Offensive Player to Watch:
    Defensive Player to Watch:
    Sleeper Player:
    Requested OOC games:
     
  2. fuzzyl0gic

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    Team: BYU
    Offensive Playbook: Nevada
    Defensive Playbook: 3-4
    # of scholarships available: 21
    Offensive Player to Watch: HB Corey Doyle
    Defensive Player to Watch: ROLB Jonathan Coles
    Sleeper Player: WR M. Franklin
    Requested OOC games: Home game against Utah State in the middle of the season (rival). Last year I only had 11 games for some reason. I'd also like a week 1 game at home because I'm pumped to start this season!
     
  3. UofCWildcat

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    WOO!!!! The pistol :) one of my personal favorites.
     
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  4. UofCWildcat

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    Team: UNLV
    Offensive Playbook: Arizona
    Defensive Playbook: Multiple Defense
    # of scholarships available: 22 (and there is talent looking at us :) :) :) :) :) :) :))
    Offensive Player to Watch: QB Mark Robinson: His ability to move the ball and replace Taylor Barnhill will be key for the Rebels this year.
    Defensive Player to Watch: CB Joe Bray: Being the best available player on UNLV (a transfer at 84 who must sit out this year) Bray must be the emotional leader and make a name for himself
    Sleeper Player: MLB Adam Smith: Another defensive leader, his tackles and ability to stop the run and help a young defensive line is key.
    Requested OOC games: Nevada (@ their place this year), Miami (FL), then the last two top 25 teams (one team in the 15-20 range and the other a top 5 team, please and thank you)
     
  5. Oshiomogho

    Oshiomogho Donnie Darko

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    Offensive Playbook: SDSU
    Defensive Playbook: 3-4
    # of scholarships available: 25
    Offensive Player to Watch: Aaron Andrews. With young WRs and a weak rushing attack, Andrews is the starter this year and will have to carry the team
    Defensive Player to Watch: Kyle Burnett. after playing the nickel CB last year, Burnett is set to handle the #1 CB
    Sleeper Player: Stewart Vaughn. is it considered a sleeper player if he just won the Thorpe award and 1st team AA? sure. at 71 OVR, he is one of the worst starters on the team
    Requested OOC games: SJSU, Fresno State, UCLA
     
  6. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    Yeah Idk how I missed that, I'll make sure you get 12 and do my best with your requested games. I'll give ya an extra home game too for the 11 gm season botch last year.
     
  7. UofCWildcat

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    No Penn St? I mean they did steal Eric from you
     
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  8. MNoffke

    MNoffke Walk On

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    Offensive Playbook: Multiple (may change I need some practice with this team with that playbook) if not i will stick to AIR FORCE
    Defensive Playbook: Multiple
    # of scholarships available: 22
    Offensive Player to Watch: RB Chavis
    Defensive Player to Watch: LE Williams
    Sleeper Player: FB Fisk
    Requested OOC games: Army (Home), Navy (Away), Ohio State, Florida (or whatever is avail)
     
  9. Oshiomogho

    Oshiomogho Donnie Darko

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    Cuff Erik! UCLA and fresno stole half my board of players i actually deserved!
     
  10. -Cougars-

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    Team: Wyoming
    Offensive Playbook: Syracuse
    Defensive Playbook: Multiple D
    # of scholarships available: 25
    Offensive Player to Watch: Anthony Butler here is more of a pocket passer.
    Defensive Player to Watch: David McLaurin
    Sleeper Player: Joel Chavez
    Requested OOC games: None
     
  11. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

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    I love that playbook!
     
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  12. -Cougars-

    -Cougars- Walk On

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    Yea that has some GREAT passing routes! Or plays whatever you call em lol
     
  13. BakerWildcat7

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    Team: UNM Lobos
    Offensive Playbook: Mississippi St.

    Defensive Playbook: 3-4
    # of scholarships available: 14+2 cushion
    Offensive Player to Watch: Nfl prospect Brady Dingle (90 ovr) will have the task of protecting an in-experience QB in JR Ken Garcia
    Defensive Player to Watch: The LB Core, with the exception of starting MLB Kevin Johnson is extremely fast and athletic. This group will make it hard for teams to run outside against them.
    Sleeper Player: WR Brett Smith could have a big year in his last season as a Lobo
    Requested OOC games: N/A
     
  14. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    Team: Colorado State
    Offensive Playbook: BYU
    Defensive Playbook: 43
    # of scholarships available: 18
    Offensive Player to Watch: RB Tony Benson (Impact Player)
    Defensive Player to Watch: FS Mark Thomas (Impact Player)
    Sleeper Player: WR Patrick Lambin (CREATED MYSELF :D ) and QB Antonio Pittman

     
  15. MNoffke

    MNoffke Walk On

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    my offensive player to watch is RB Barrett (I got confused with my RB's. Chavis is the 2nd back but Barrett is the speedster)..
     
  16. BakerWildcat7

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    Dude ur backfield frightens the living shit outta me!
     
  17. BakerWildcat7

    BakerWildcat7 Walk On

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    We can create prospects?
     
  18. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    EDITED***

    OD mode doesn't allow you to create prospects. I played WR and was pretty short so I made him as much like me as possible through edit rosters.
     
  19. BakerWildcat7

    BakerWildcat7 Walk On

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    Duh lol, my bad man.....
     
  20. Oshiomogho

    Oshiomogho Donnie Darko

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    I would never put myself on offense. I played both ways in high school but putting myself in a position to score on offense, I feel I may end up forcing things that shouldnt happen. right now I spread it out to 5 WR that I dont really have a favorite. You are one game in and have 4 catches (1/3 your team) and 2 TDs already. It's no different then other teams having a favorite WR except you are not truely the teams "#1" yet

    I'm just sayin. Have fun with it tho
     
  21. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    lol, I've seen you "force" a few miss tackles with your safeties that you're only trying to get good stats with ;)

    I'm the type of coach that likes to spread it around. I threw 18 passes and he only caught 4 balls. I don't force things on offense, my O I run is very read-oriented. I also picked a pretty good player to change to make into myself.

    It's worked out pretty well as my QB went nuclear, no turnovers either.
     
  22. DMan22

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    Team: Utah
    Offensive Playbook: Arizona
    Defensive Playbook: Multiple
    # of scholarships available: 18
    Offensive Player to Watch: SR QB Andrew Montgomery (hopefully can stay healty this year, and improve on his first year as a starter)
    Defensive Player to Watch: SR MLB Tony Lilly (4-year starter who needs to step his play up for a rebuilding Ute's D)
    Sleeper Player: SR RB Josh Lambert (transfer with speed to burn who should add another dimension to the Ute's running game)
     
  23. UofCWildcat

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    Zona Zoo Woot Woot!
     
  24. Oshiomogho

    Oshiomogho Donnie Darko

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    exactly, thats what im saying. I control my safety most of the time for the entire play. I cant force him to get stats, i make it happen. were as a WR i can choose for the ball to go to him or not. I didnt say it was a bad thing for you, just saying i dont like having a "favorite" player on offense
     
  25. IrishBearcat

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    My favorite player is the open receiver!
     

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