Season 7 Pre-season Survey

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  1. MNoffke

    MNoffke Walk On

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    Season 7 Pre-season Survey

    Everyone please fill out the following via copy and paste:

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

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    Team: UNLV
    Offensive Playbook: Indiana (changing it up Mother Truckers)
    Defensive Playbook: 4-3
    # of scholarships available: 22
    Offensive Player to Watch: Amir Harris. Getting the start over the Fresh RS because of his speed which is essential in the pistol
    Defensive Player to Watch: Adam Smith (again) because he will lead the NCAA in tackles and TFL (my bold statement/Rex Ryan comment)
    Sleeper Player: Ken Keith & Brent Williams. They need to both step up and provide a good running game for the Beardown offense works
    Requested OOC games: Nevada (home), Washington, and UCLA. Fuck the huskies taking both my 4 stars QB
     
  3. MNoffke

    MNoffke Walk On

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    Team: Air Force
    Offensive Playbook: Undecided
    Defensive Playbook: Multiple
    # of scholarships available: 25
    Offensive Player to Watch: Justin Barrett
    Defensive Player to Watch: FS House
    Sleeper Player: Mike Berry and Terrance Wilson
    Requested OOC games: Army (Home), Navy (Away), @Alabama (since they steal all my recruits especially RBs), Top 10 team at my place....
     
  4. Oshiomogho

    Oshiomogho Donnie Darko

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    AZTECS
    Offensive Playbook: AZTECS
    Defensive Playbook: 34
    # of scholarships available: 24
    Offensive Player to Watch: Brett Everett: last years recruiting class was set up to bring in one of the nations top recruits in Erik Hill but Hill chose to go to Penn State instead while Brian Everett committed to the Aztecs and will be in great position to have a big freshman year just like Jon Lewis last year.
    Defensive Player to Watch: Stew Vaughn: Coming off a Thorpe award winning freshman season, Stew was seriously injuried last season and missed significant time including the heart of the conference season. Now he is back to 100% and hungry.
    Sleeper Player: Joe Medley: an athlete last year Medley was in position to be in the rotation of slot receiver as a redshirt freshman but the lack of depth at the HB position prompted the coaches to move Medley into the backfield and he is set up to play all shotgun formations that will add an extra receiving threat as well as a skilled runner in the backfield. (after looking, he has the 2nd worst catch rating in my backfield even after coming over as a WR)
    Requested OOC games: SJSU, UCLA, Penn State
     
  5. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

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    Team: BYU
    Offensive Playbook: BYU
    Defensive Playbook: 3-4
    # of scholarships available: 22
    Offensive Player to Watch: QB C. Andrews
    Defensive Player to Watch: RE A. Montgomery (15 career sacks)
    Sleeper Player: HB V. Mitchell
    Requested OOC games: Utah State at home in week 3, or after. That's about it. A week 1 tune-up game.
     
  6. MNoffke

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    my offense is going to be Michigan State.
     
  7. -Cougars-

    -Cougars- Walk On

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    Team: Wyoming
    Offensive Playbook: Stanford
    Defensive Playbook: 3-4
    # of scholarships available: 25
    Offensive Player to Watch: Ken Crawford
    Defensive Player to Watch: Kevin Fagan
    Sleeper Player: Randy Wilson
    Requested OOC games:None
     
  8. UofCWildcat

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    Awkward but i using my switch already back to Zona
     
  9. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    Team: Colorado State Rams
    Offensive Playbook: Northern Illinois
    Defensive Playbook: 4-3
    # of scholarships available: 18 Scholarships
    Offensive Player to Watch: QB Orlando Ward - Coming into spring ball many believed Ward was the third best QB on the roster. It was expecting he would redshirt, but after jaw-dropping performance in spring ball he worked his way up to #1 on the depth chart. He's known for his accuracy and intelligence, and has has good enough speed to create another threat for defenses to worry about.
    Defensive Player to Watch: JR Impact OLB Jack Holmes - After an impressive sophomore campaign where Holmes racked up 51 tackles , 11 for loss, Holmes will be counted on as a playmaker to help lead the Rams defense.
    Sleeper Player: WR Patrick Lambdin - Arguably the most electric playmaker on the roster, Lambdin returns for his junior campaign after hauling in 35 catches for 616 yards and 7 touchdowns. Lambdin was dynamic with his break tackle ability and could turn into a star that leads the Rams offense in 2016.
    Requested OOC games: N/A
     
  10. DMan22

    DMan22 Walk On

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    Team: Utah
    Offensive Playbook: Arizona

    Defensive Playbook: Multiple
    # of scholarships available: 21
    Offensive Player to Watch: JR WR Howard Harris
    Defensive Player to Watch: SR DT Ray Pollard
    Sleeper Player: JR DE Nate Ellis
     
  11. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    Using my playbook switch, switching defenses to MULTIPLE
     
  12. -Cougars-

    -Cougars- Walk On

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    Using Playbook switch, switching offense to SMU.
     
  13. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

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    Switching to 3-3-5 defense.
     

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