(Y4) 2014 Playbooks and Scholarships

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  1. runthepound

    runthepound Get on the Bus!

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    Post them here
     
  2. GSUtiger

    GSUtiger GEAUX TIGERS!!

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    2014 Texas Tech D Cord
    Offense: Texas Tech(CPU)
    Defense: 4-3 custom(same from season 1)
    10 Seniors on 70man roster= 10 Scholarships for the Raiders
     
  3. Iron Mickey

    Iron Mickey I'd take her out for some casadias

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    If you are changing your "team" playbook please post your new one here for offense and defense

    If you are changing up or have edited your custom playbook formations, you need to post all of your formations for approval.

    Scholarship caps are now going into effect for Y4. So please post your scholarship caps in here ASAP.

    **These Users are exempt from capped player signings***

    GSUtiger
    Steve
    jca312

    These following Users have gained REWARDS for (Y4)

    • (3) Undeniable Sways per off-season
    • Ablilty to sign (3) :5stars: Star Players per season in lieu of the Capped (2)
    • (+2) Always on scholarship limits
    ^^^^^^^^^^
    The above award goes toDavid and Paytonno1son

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    These following Users have gained REWARDS for (Y4)

    • (1) Undeniable Sway per off-season
    • (+2) Always on scholarship limits
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    The above award goes tojca312 Steve tuco418 mizzourah2006

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    These following Users have gained REWARDS for (Y4)

    • (1) Undeniable Sway for off-season
    • (+2) Always on scholarship limits
    • Ablilty to sign (3) :5stars: Star Players per season in lieu of the Capped (2)
    The above award goes to BRUCE80 runthepound @Mr.2Bits

    Here are the rules as a reminder:
    Recruiting:

    Team Roster Maximum is 70 players

    1.) If you have a 68 men or more on your roster, you still receive the +2 additional scholarships towards your 70 man count

    2.) If you are 67 or below on your roster, you receive no extra scholarships. You only get to recruit to your 70th man.

    1-Star Recruits/Signings do not count towards your scholarship allotment

    (2) Five-Star Signing is the Max for a single team in a single recruiting Year unless you have been given special accolades or awards by the commish.
     
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  4. Paytonno1son

    Paytonno1son Walk On

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    2014 Navy

    O = Custom Pro (Same as last year) Michigan Base

    D = Custom 4-3 base, added 5-2

    Scholarships - 8 Seniors +2 = 10

    David
    jca312
    runthepound

    *I would like to petition the board to be allowed to recruit over my scholarship limit. I have a 2 year contract and one of my big goals is a minimum Top 75 recruiting class in regular season. I have always been in the 75-85 range in the regular season so far. I just don't want to be hand-cuffed with 10 scholarships right off the bat. If possible, maybe I can barter with my "REWARDS" to get an exemption? Let me know, thanks.
     
  5. Iron Mickey

    Iron Mickey I'd take her out for some casadias

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    That's fine
     
  6. jca312

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    2014 Iowa State

    Offense: Custom Spread (same as last year)
    Defense: Custom 4-2-5 (same as last year)
    Scholarships available: 25 (at new school)
     
  7. BRUCE80

    BRUCE80 Let the dirt just shower over you..

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    The U

    O = Stanford
    D = 4-3
     
  8. mizzourah2006

    mizzourah2006 Walk On

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    UNC

    Offense: LSU base with 2 dual back shotgun formations
    Defense: 4-3

    Schollies: 69 on roster + 12 Seniors + 2 = 15 Schollies available.
     
  9. Paytonno1son

    Paytonno1son Walk On

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    Thanks boss!
     
  10. runthepound

    runthepound Get on the Bus!

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    2014 Colorado

    O = Colorado Base PB may add some new formation...if so I will update it here.

    D = Custom 4-3 base, taking 4-6 out and adding 5-2

    Scholarships - 69 on roster - 18 Seniors + 21 = 72

    I have one undeniable sway carrying over.
     
  11. Steve

    Steve Walk On

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    Hawaii

    OPB-Auburn
    DPB-Multiple

    70 on roster-12 seniors=58......12 + 2 (bonus)= 14 scholarships avail

    Have and undeniable persuade as well carrying over.
     
  12. Mr2Bits

    Mr2Bits 352

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    Offense (Pro-Style)

    Ace:
    • Big Wing
    • Bunch
    • F Wing Trips
    • Normal
    • Spread
    • Wing Trio
    • 4WR Trips
    • Big
    • Panther Trips
    • Trey Open
    I Form:
    • H Tight
    • Twins
    Weak I:

    • Normal
    • Twins
    Pistol:

    • Slot
    Shotgun:

    • 4 WR Trio
    • 5 WR Bunch
    • 5 WR Flex Trey
    • 5 WR Trips
    • Split Offset
    • Spread
    • Spread Flex
    • Empty Trey TE
    Strong I

    • Twins
    24 Formations
    374 plays

    11 Seniors +2 = 13 scholarships
     
  13. tuco418

    tuco418 Older and wiser than you

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    Same spread package (pitt base)
    added twin TE slot str

    4-3 defense
    70 on roster
    seven seniors
     
  14. JFunk34

    JFunk34 Friends may come and go, but enemies accumulate.

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    Sorry I didn't get this posted earlier been super busy here with work.

    Roster 68-13 seniors +2 additional= 17 available scholarships

    My playbook is the same, not that it matters if I don't actually get to play a game this season.
     

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