OK, in the past, I have tried to run each season like a story. If it's done right, we start to learn the names of the players on other squads, we follow their wins and losses a bit more closely, and we know who's in the running for awards and such. As the seasons went on last year, we went from personalized content (each coach having his own summary thread AND his own recruiting thread) to, at the end, single threads for summaries and recruiting for each conference. As we moved on, content requirements lessened. I think we should do something similar again, since it'll make things easier for the guys as the seasons move on, and it'll feel less like work. But I know there is going to be a gung-ho beginning, so I want us to be able to have fun with it. Here's what I'm thinking: We start with one sticky thread for each coach, with titles like "Coach Griffin's Ohio Bobcats" and in that thread goes everything we want to write about our teams - recruiting, summaries (which will be required, even if they're only a screen shot) and whatever else we feel like posting (possible award candidates, injuries, breakout freshmen, etc.) for the first season or two. Since the recruiting talk will be not that relevant, we can replace it with a discussion of potential openings, perhaps making a "coaching hot seat" thread of some kind where we discuss possible openings and possible candidates. As the seasons move on ... ... and we get bigger jobs, we move into conference threads similar to those we had recently, (where everyone in the conference posts in the same place) and we add the "big boy" recruiting talk under the 1-7-70 and bonus recruiting system. So, as we move on, and funnel into leagues with more user contact, we will also funnel into the same discussion spaces, where we can best talk smack and keep up on our leagues. Fewer threads, less required, but more overall content since we are all posting in the same places. So, we start by following the coaches, and end up following the conferences. Make sense? thoughts?