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  1. -Cougars-

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  2. MNoffke

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    Oregon State Beavers

    Oregon State looks to build on their success from last season as the Pac-12 Champs. It is not yet known if OSU will make the switch to the spread/no huddle offense this season with only 6 WRs on their roster.

    QB Smith - Was named Freshman All-American at QB. A dual threat quarterback that can bet defenses with his legs and arm. Smith will look to expand on the offense and open it up alittle bit more compared to last season.

    RB Murphy - Was named Freshman All-American at RB. Murphy will look to take the lead HB role after a solid back-up role last season.

    WR's - OSU graduated their top two WRs last season. WR McKinney, Glover, Pino, and Beck will all see time at the WR position.

    Defense: The story of this team could be the defense. Coach Noffke recruited heavily the last two years on the defensive side of the ball. Hopefully this season things will pay off big time. All-American CB Faulk, Moore, Gibson are the stars in the secondary. The Linebacking Corp has the speed to keep up with slot WRs. Junior All-American MLB Gordon is the leader of the defense. This should be one of the best defenses coach Noffke has had in years.

    Special Teams: Punter/Kicker Stevenson graduated and went into the NFL. Stevenson broke the all-time record for field goals in a season with 34 (previous record was 31). In coming K Dwayne Wilson will have big holes to fill. P Sean Olson will be in charge of the Kick-off and Punting duties.
     
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    Oregon State looks to build on their success from last season as the Pac-12 Champs. It is not yet known if OSU will make the switch to the spread/no huddle offense this season with only 6 WRs on their roster.

    QB Smith - Was named Freshman All-American at QB. A dual threat quarterback that can bet defenses with his legs and arm. Smith will look to expand on the offense and open it up alittle bit more compared to last season.

    RB Murphy - Was named Freshman All-American at RB. Murphy will look to take the lead HB role after a solid back-up role last season.

    WR's - OSU graduated their top two WRs last season. WR McKinney, Glover, Pino, and Beck will all see time at the WR position.

    Defense: The story of this team could be the defense. Coach Noffke recruited heavily the last two years on the defensive side of the ball. Hopefully this season things will pay off big time. All-American CB Faulk, Moore, Gibson are the stars in the secondary. The Linebacking Corp has the speed to keep up with slot WRs. Junior All-American MLB Gordon is the leader of the defense. This should be one of the best defenses coach Noffke has had in years.

    Special Teams: Punter/Kicker Stevenson graduated and went into the NFL. Stevenson broke the all-time record for field goals in a season with 34 (previous record was 31). In coming K Dwayne Wilson will have big holes to fill. P Sean Olson will be in charge of the Kick-off and Punting duties.

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  4. MurkYa21

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    Washington State can get no worse than they were last year at 1-11 and with a solid Freshman class this could be the year to turn things around.

    Most of this team will return next season as well..


    The Offense:

    Switching our offense from the Air Raid to a more option based attack we will need a good athlete at QB. It's hard to say Sophomore All American Tim Todd will not be the starter after throwing for nearly 4,500 yards last season, but Freshman QB Joe Hunt could give him some competition being a little more athletic than Todd but not nearly as good of a thrower.

    The running backs will split carries four ways. Three Juniors at HB...#1 being Jeff Cutler at 80 overall, and Pettway and Campbell bringing the speed with speed ratings of 93 and 96. The fourth (horseman) is JUCO transfer Sophomore Hunter Jenkins who came in at 78 overall with 80 speed, possibly the best fullback in last year's recruiting class.

    We all know WSU has plenty of receivers to toss it to, but expect Junior All American Chris McGee to be the Cougars #1 target in a run based offense. McGee's has caught 42 passes and 8 TDs each of the last two seasons, totaling 980 his Freshman year and breaking the 1000 yard mark last season.

    The O Line is much improved, but we'll have to wait until we see game film to make any further comments, they will all be returning next season.


    The Defense:

    The defense has some weak spots, but overall are going to be better than what we had to work with last season. Pretty good linebackers, solid corners, and a good DT.

    This year in recruiting we will look to sign some solid players on defense and start building a stable for our new offense.
     
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    Thanks for using the banner Murk man. Feel free to bolden some words with color too! ;)
     
  6. Philstyle3005

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    The Colorado Buffaloes are coming off another successful season, finishing 6-2 in PAC 12 play, and 11-2 overall. They also finished ranked as the #4 team in the nation, it's 2nd top 5 finish in a row. Beating Texas A&M in the Alamo Bowl was a step down from the Rose Bowl victory they had last season, but still adds another bowl win to it's record which is a great recruiting tool. The Buffaloes brought in a top 20 class this season, it's first since the new coaching staff has stepped on campus, but for a 2nd year in a row, it will lose it's starting RB and QB. Rashad Hall was in New York a few months ago, receiving 3rd place in the Heisman voting, and will be a huge loss for the Buffaloes, but they look to stay focused. Stevie Dorman had a great season limiting turnovers, and making big plays for Colorado, and he will be greatly missed as well. This years Buffalo team, like many of the past, will see several first year starters, including 3 freshman that will start from day 1, with the possibility of even more starting before it's all said and done.


    QB- Jared McMahan- Jared is a dual threat QB, who's arm isn't as good as this Buffalo offense has been used to. He also lacks size for the QB spot being only 6'0, but he should be able to make it work. Jared didn't get us much playing time last year because of how well Stevie performed, but he made the most of his chances when he got in late game situations. Right now, Jared is a question mark on the team, but unfortunately for the Buffaloes, they don't have another option. JR. Charles Thompson isn't quite ready to play at this level, but look for him to get a chance if Jared struggles. Jared will be kept on a short leash because the rumblings around Boulder is that the coaching staff has been impressed with the development of Redshirt Freshman Scott Williams. It's a fact that the coaching staff will be recruiting the QB position this season, but if Scott Williams can prove he can play at this level, it would take a lot of pressure of the staff to bring in a quality QB right away.

    RB- Dave Malloy- Dave is a great running back, but not really sure how well he's going to work for the system Colorado runs. Dave is more of a pro style RB, that thrives in the I-form much like Tony Jones did. He can break tackles with the best of them, and will be very tough for defenses to bring down, but what he lacks is that breakaway speed that former Runningbacks Malcolm Creer and Rashad Hall had. He should still put up great numbers, and will be a guy that they can depend on to pound the ball up the field and run the clock out, but the Buffaloes are hoping to get some big plays from this back this season.

    WR- Ed Robinson- Ed had over 900 yards receiving last year and almost double digit touchdowns, but look for his numbers to drop this season. He's a very good receiver, but with more recruits starting to come in and notice Colorado, his production should drop off not because he's not talented anymore, but because the Buffaloes have been able to put talent around him. Ed is still going to be a good to guy, and could line up as the #2 WR this season, but he will not have a repeat of last season.



    WR- Mike Gutierrez- Mike is a very talented freshman that will get to play right away. He will most likely be their slot WR, but in the spread, he'll be on the field almost every single play. At 6'1, he's tall enough to make plays over cornerbacks and he's quick enough to get past the cornerbacks. The kids in Boulder are expecting big things for this guy, and they're hoping he doesn't disappoint.



    Defensively- On defense, the Buffaloes will start 3 Freshman at all time, with a chance of another freshman of getting a lot of time on the field. The defense is very youthful, only starting 3 Srs, so it could give up some big plays early in the season while getting used to one another and playing at this level. Going to be tough.




    OUTLOOK



    Colorado has several first year starters that are going to be plugged in and expected to get a good grasp of the game early. The season will depend on them and how well they can play together, and how much they can pick up on early in the season. It will be very tough for the Buffaloes to repeat what they have done the past two seasons. Colorado could sneak up on some teams, but it looks more like a finish without playing for the PAC 12 Championship again. The main focus for the coaching staff is winning, but they will put more of an emphasis on recruiting this season now that they have a higher class of recruits interested in them.

    Recruiting Focuses-



    QB- The Buffaloes need a QB, no other way to say it. The guys at the position right now can't get this team to a National Championship. It's doubtful that they can get them to a PAC 12 Championship.



    C- This is a need for the team and the coaching staff will look to sign a high powered C, possibly 2 in this years recruiting class.

    MLB- This is another need, but the possibility of an outside LB moving to MLB can and will happen if a MLB isn't signed. This isn't as much needed as the other positions.

    HB- Not an immediate need, but the Buffaloes will be looking to sign one regardless. Jeremy Brooks, Redshirt Sophmore, is one of the first recruits ever signed by the current coaching staff. They've seen him develop, and just aren't convinced that he's the answer. He has great speed, but big hits will force him to cough the ball up. He needs to really work, or he will never start at Colorado.
     
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  7. -Cougars-

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    After a disappointing 9-5 season including a loss in the Pac-12 championship the Bruins are losing confidence as a total team right now the talent have the talent to hang with any team in the Pac-12 but can they play like it?
    QB- Gary Walker, well this guy was the starting QB last year and he has had problems with his accuracy since then. We are giving him the opportunity to start again after a good offseason and his accuracy increased a bit so we are excited to see what he can do.
    RB- Joseph Haumiller, this guy is so underrated since he isn't used as much in the pass oriented offense UCLA has built but this guy can play. He can expect a bit more carries this season.
    WR- The Bruins have many threats at this position since day one and they will be used again this season, even if last year it didn't go to well with the mediocre QB play.
    O-line- The line is solid with returning linemen starting this season and up and coming Juniors and Sophomores taking over soon.
    D-line- The Bruins excel in this section right here, a couple of transfers have really boosted the Bruin defensive line and they have nothing but good things to say about the D-line.
    Secondary- Yea the secondary is indeed good. It will be hard to put the ball in the air against this Bruin defense.
    Outlook- Possibly a 10-2 season and another trip to the Pac-12 title.
     
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  8. Oshiomogho

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    Utah is a new team this year. who knows what type of team will show up. Will they be a pro style, with they spread things out. will they be run heavy or will they air raid.
    the most important question of all may be, who is the QB?
    Joe Cox is gone. Possibly the best passer to come through Utah since Alex Smith, Cox was accurate and had a strong arm; a nice combo for a QB. Left on the roster are 3 QBs and the only one to earn a scholarship is RS freshman Josh Porter. However RS Junior John Cox is going to be the starter. after walking on as a freshman, he has earned playing time when called upon but was never expected to take over the offense.
    And with both top WRs moved on from last year, who will Nixon get to throw to?
    Damon Davis was really coming on late in the year as a big time threat as a freshman. He will be the new go-to guy. Other then Davis's 28 grabs last year, Chase Smith had 7 catches and 2 TDs as a freshman and Joseph Sisk only pulled down 1 ball but went 81 yards for a TD. Only 3 players with any catches and none with more then 1 years of game experience. Maurice Wynn is the only junior WR on the roster and he has never caught a pass. The key will be the TEs this year. Senior Blake Setzer is a man amoung kids when on the field. 6-5, 255 and great hands and athleticism, he is tough to stop. Pairing with him, is fellow senior Joe Hunter. the duo is nasty.
    But who will carry the football?
    Newton was one of the best HBs Utah has seen in years and he will be missed. The new offense will feature three HBs; Matthew Pettit, Orion Buckley, and true freshman Ben DeLoach. Buckley will be the starter and showed a lot of explosive playmaking ability as a true freshman last year. Pettit and DeLoach will split carries behind him. the young duo will be fun to watch this year.

    Where did the defense go?
    Derron Kiniry did a sweep of all three defensive awards as just a freshman last year but the team around him is a whole new unit. Lee Hollins will move over from Left to right OLB. The entire DLine is gone this year and OLB Brad Garcia will make the shift from OLB to DE this year. Linebacker is the only position of strength on the team. True Freshman Stephen Johnson will get the start at LOLB and expected to be a force for years to come. Andre Johnson will be in a rotation with true freshman Tim Bradford at the 2nd MLB position. the rest of the depth is talented and young. Sam Johnson is the only DLinemen on the team with experience after 4.5 sacks as a freshman. Clarence Sands and Fred White shift from DE to DT. Craig Mitchell has to have a huge year as the only playmaker in the secondary. He played well filling as the #1 CB last year and will have all year to prove himself now. In 3 years, he has 11 interceptions. the depth at CB is also young and talented including #2 CB sophomore Andre Lowe who appears to be fully ready to step in for a big year. Quinton Whitaker split time at safety as a freshman but with McDougal turning pro, he will be forced to shift from SS to FS and take over a key position on the depth chart. Mark Wilson will then step in at starting SS this year.

    By all means, a bowl game this year may be a miracle. In fact, 5 wins seems like a reach. With as little talent and as young of depth, this team is not ready to compete this year but still has a shot to surprise opponents with their coaching. The team has hired former LSU Tiger Josh Reed to take over as offensive coordinator this year.
     
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    The Wildcats of Arizona started of season 5 on fire and looked poised to play in there first bowl under Coach Baker. But after untimely injuries and poor play the Cats finished with a 5-7 record. The boys down in Tucson are looking to shake their losing ways and get that first bowl bid under their belt. Lets take a look at this years team.

    Quarterbacks:

    -Corey Mitchell will return as the teams starter, his 88 pwr and 92 acc is more than enough to lead this run first offense. He will have to cut down on turnovers to be succsessful
    - Neil Williams is the #2 guy and will make a push for playing time if Mitchell doesn't perform. His 87 pwr and 90 acc make him a more than capable alternative

    Halfback:

    -Rob Bell will take on the task of replacing the biggest weapon the Cats had last year in NFL 2nd rounder Clifton Hall, Bell is serviceable at 74 ovr but don't look to him to put up numbers like Hall did.

    -Chad Coleman is a freshman with some speed, he definitely embodies the term "everythings big in Texas" at 6'2" 228 and 93 spd/ 87 agl he is a tough matchup for defenses, this guy could be a real sleeper for Wildcats.

    Wide Recievers:

    - Both Nathan Marshall and David Summers are going to give U of A speed on the outside and will help keep defenses honest.

    Tight End:

    This year former fullback Steve Hall goes back to his natural position. This kid is an absolute physical freak, weighing in at 271 lbs this kid has 86 spd and 87 acc he is gonna cause some problems for opponents.

    O Line:

    - This groups was young last season and every one is back from a mediocre group. Improvement here is really gonna determine this teams success.

    D Line:

    - The defensive front seven returns All- Americans at the DT spot in Corey Lumpkin and Mike King, they both are still young and should be stallwarts for the Cats

    Linebackers:

    - The LB corp is average, but has a stud in SR David Douglas his 85 spd and 95 acc helps him cover alot of ground and make plays. This kid is also a big time leader who the other players look to to make plays when needed.

    Secondary:

    - These guys are the heart and soul of the Wildcat defense, Jay Russell is the biggest impact player on the field 99 spd, 89 agl, 97 acc along with excellent cover skills he's truly shut down. On the other side Kelechi Jackson has the best man and zone coverage ratings and is no slouch with his 96 spd and acc.
    On the back end two freshman will start for the wildcats. FS Jerome Flanagan has 91 spd and 91 acc, he's also a solid tackler. At SS Army All-American Fred Williams will be relied on early, but he has the skills to make plays. 79 ovr with 92 spd, 89 agl, 94 acc, 84 zone and 83 press this kid is bound to be a star in Tucson.

    Special Teams:

    Sr P Andy Morris will handle all kicking duties this year, @ 91 ovr his impact will be felt all year long.
     
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    Season 6
    Washington had their most successful season yet under Coach Fuzzy last year, finishing 12-1 and #3 in the nation. The lone loss was to Oregon State, and it knocked the Huskies out of contention to win the conference. It is no surprise with last years success, they were a few early departures for the NFL. HB Malone and Safeties Smith and Reid all decided to go pro, leaving question marks at a few key positions. Washington hopes for a conference title this year, but that will be no easy task with so many tough games on the schedule.​
    Offense
    QB: Sophomore Kyle Davis takes over the reigns this year. Davis has a total of 37 attempted passes in his career, completing 21 of them for 314 yards and 2 TDs/3 INTs. He doesn't have a lot of mobility in the pocket, but the coaches like his 91 THP/ 89 THA and his decision making. He has the right tools to run the offense, but he will have a lot to learn on the fly this year.
    HB: The coaching staff thought this position would be no question with Tom Malone returning, but his early departure means there is little experience in the backfield for the Huskies. Sophomore Pat Brown will be the starter, sharing carries with Junior All-American Trevor Haley. The two backs are very quick and shifty, so hopefully the Huskies can continue their historic success with the run game.
    FB: Senior Jake Barron looks to make an impact this year on offense, he has a rare combination of skills that allow him to run, block, and catch out of the back field. He has 3 total career TDs.
    WR: Juniors James Moore and Tony Smith will be the starters. They have little experience, but Moore has shown freakish ability in practice to catch anything that comes near him. What he lacks in speed, he has in route running and catching ability. Smith has decent size at 6'1" and speed (92), but he could use improvement on catching. The 6'5" Senior John Mcnamara will continue to be a threat out of the slot. He has 98 speed to go along with his size, and led the team in reception yards last year with 1,118 and 10 TDs.
    TE: 6'6" Freshman Bobby Bates will be the starting TE. He appears to be a clone of the fan favorite gone pro Jenkins, with great speed and catching abilities for his size. Look for him to be a favorite target of Davis. Junior Jeff Stephens will be the 2nd string TE, and used heavily in two TE sets. He brings experience and leadership to the position.
    Oline: This is a veteran group led by Seniors. RG Ben Irvin is the only junior. The line averages 6'5" and just over 300 lbs, they should provide lots of help in the run and passing game. The only negative is depth, there aren't a lot of backups for these guys, so they will have to remain healthy for the Huskies to have a good year.
    Defense
    Dline: Junior Kenny Tucker and Senior Charles Anderson are the starting defensive ends. They combine for just over 25 QB sacks and 81 tackles. Sophomore Chris Green and Tim Nobles will be the starters at DT in the Huskies new 4-3 scheme this year. They have 6 tackles and 3 sacks between them. This is a very strong line, and should be able to generate havoc for opposing QBs all year.
    LBs: Senior Jason Holmes and Danny Avery will start at the outside, bringing tons of experience to the position. They are very athletic LBs, with the speed to keep with WRs and can also bring the wood on tackles. Junior Mike Flowers will start in the middle, and looks to build upon his 48 career tackles, 6.5 sacks, and 2 INTs.
    Secondary: Sophomores Jeff Wright and Scott Parks are the starters once again after both having amazing years as Freshman. They combined for 52 tackles and 14 INTs. Junior Lewis Bryant will be the nickel CB, he will finally see some playing time after being benched a few seasons to develop. There is lots of depth behind them, but the Safety position is the lone weakness of the secondary. Both previous starters went pro, leaving sophomore Nate Jones and Joseph Harris to take over the starting roles.
    Special Teams: Rogers returns to the K/P position with 97 KPW. He will be missed next year. Backup HB Lee Jenkins and Trevor Haley will the kick and punt returners. Jenkins reminds coaches of Sankey, with 97 speed and 91 acc. He is a bit taller at 6'1". Special teams units better take note of #38.
    Projection: Lots of new faces on offense and at the safety position, how they play under pressure dictates this season's success. If Davis can manage games and not turn the ball over, this team could go undefeated.
     
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    Cal enters 2016 after failing to defened their National Championship from 2014. Despite a dissapointing season with several upsets, the season wasn't so bad for a down year that forced many new starters to play. Those young starters now have a year of experience under their belt, and Cal's defense looks to have reloaded back to a National Championship caliber squad.
    The biggest question entering the season: Who will replace RB Brendon Bigelow? His 30 touchdowns and 2000 yards rushing will be sorely missed. California has be coined as "Running Back U" and this season they live up to their name by replacing a star with even better talent. RB Shaun Young returns after a 10 touchdown season as a backup, as well as speedster Brenton Smith who is very explosive.
    QUARTERBACKS
    Usually when you gradute a three year starter you see a dropoff in production and talent, but this won't be the case for the Golden Bears. SR Kyle Boehm graduated with an up and down career plagued by accuracy issues and turnovers. SR QB Marlon Davis replaces Boehm, and Coach IrishBearcat has praised Davis as "even better" than Boehm. Davis could be the answer to finally give Cal some consistency with the passing attack. RS FS Dan Larsen, one of the most heralded quarterback recruits in his class, is rumored to have his own package and may see some time during games to keep the defense on their toes.
    RUNNINGBACKS
    RB Shaun Young will begin the season as a starter, but backup Brenton Smith will be hard to keep off the field with his explosiveness. Young is one of the stronger RBs in the country, and initiates contact with his size. He has the speed to get outside and break the big runs as well. Smith has showed incredible explosiveness during spring ball. Coach IrishBearcat mentioned that Smith reminded him a lot of Heisman Winner Reggie Bush. Cal's running game should be potent as always, but will it maintain the top rushing attack in the country once again?
    RECEIVERS
    Only 4 receivers on the roster return from last season, but depth was upgraded in a big way during the off-season with the commitment of three :5stars: wide receivers. Dwayne Anderson and Chip Curry will replace Seniors Matt Johnson and Aaron Kick from last season. Anderson is more of a balanced receiver who can make big plays catching the football. Curry was awarded 1st All-American Returner entering the pre-season but will finally break the startering linup as a WR. Nick Green will man the slot position. He lacks elite speed but runs the best routes and catches the football better than anyone on the entire team. Sophomore TE David Frederick's 6'8 frame, great blocking, and ability to break tackles has many NFL analysts comparing him to Cowboy's TE Jason Witten. His presense will make the Golden Bear's offensive attack very dynamic.
    DEFENSIVE LINE
    The defensive line graduated three starters but should be even better with talented back-ups finally breaking the startering lineup. DE Marquis Stewart is a bigtime playmaker even as a sophomore. JUCO DE Drew Miller walked on campus as the starter and should provide another quality body to rush the passer with his speed. DT Vic Roberson played defensive end last season, but his strength and big body made him the perfect fit for the position change. He will start as the #1 DT this season. One of the strongest players on the entire team, Kevin West, will man the other DT spot.
    LINEBACKERS
    After graduating all linebackers from the previous season all three return for 2016. OLB Marcus Jackson seized a starting roll immediately last season as a freshman and wreaked havoc on offenses with his size, speed, coverage, and tackling abilities. Impact MLB Randall Evans returns after splitting time with MLB Ryan Cook from last season. Both will be used in a similar 1A/1B fashion during 2016. Sam Rowe mans the other OLB spot but could see time split between himself and OLB Will Johnson.
    SECONDARY
    Both CBs graduated, but CB Jordan Moore and CB Ryan Kearney bring even more talent and athleticism to the team. Cal's first :5stars: commit of Coach IrishBearcat's tenure, Brett Woods, will start at the Nickel position. Both safeties return from last season. FS William Steven and SS Julian Robinson are athletic safeties, and their off-season work should make the unit one of the best in the entire country.
    PREDICTION
    California is arguably the most talented team in the entire conference. Last's season the youth of the defense was exposed, but the Golden Bear D will improvely vastly. The offense will continue to hum, and the team will push Coach IrishBearcat to his first CCG since arriving in Berkeley as the head coach.
     
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