Scholarships

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  1. lilmaggie

    lilmaggie Rocky Top Tennessee

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    Scholarships

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Player Team Offensive Playbook Secondary Playbook Defensive Playbook # of Scholarships
    lilmaggie Maryland Texas A&M Run Balanced 3-4 17
    lb fitted Florida State Virginia Tech Spread 4-3 14
    xtin cupx Ole Miss Florida spread 3-4 20
    GoGators Florida Florida Spread 4-3 26
    bfruchey LSU LSU Spread 4-3 15
    Hokie Effect Virginia Tech Oklahoma State Balanced 4-2-5 15
    castortroy4206 Miami Oklahoma Run Balanced Multiple D 19
    jello1717 North Carolina Cincinatti Spread 4-3 24
    Txshrns Tennessee Texas Run Balanced 4-3 24
    Beazus Christ Clemson Notre Dame Spread 4-3 20
    hovatheGodMC Georgia Indiana Balanced 4-3 25
    killajo Alabama Alabama Run Balanced 3-4 31





    Remember to use these as your baseline for singnees.
     
  2. GoGators

    GoGators GT: KSherm

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    I thought UGA lost scholarships for his recruiting infraction last year. How come they still have 25?

    And how the heck did Bama and I exceed the 25 limit provided by the game? That's weird haha.
     
  3. Quagmire34

    Quagmire34 Guest

    I'm not sure how castortroy came up with 19 scholorships for Miami:

    League Rules:
    A = number of seniors on your team that will graduate
    B = number of underclassmen that are 95 or better
    C = Three additional scholarships to provide a cushion.
    D = 70 - current amount of players currently on roster

    A + B + C + D = total number of available scholarships.

    So Miami has: 9 + 4 + 3 + 4 = 20 Schollis

    Playbooks
    Offense: Tennessee
    2nd Off: Balanced
    Defense: 4-2-5
     
  4. killajo90405

    killajo90405 Walk On

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    31 available? Holy crap I'm gunna have a young team next year!
     

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