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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
07:28 PM - March 31, 2015. Written by garyjr33
2015 Yankees Roster
#PITCHERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
68Dellin Betances RPR-R276'8"265
72Danny Burawa*RP R-R266'2"210
26Chris Capuano SPL-L366'3"220
29David Carpenter RPR-R296'2"230
73Jose De Paula*SPR-L276'1"170
30Nathan Eovaldi SP R-R256'2"215
61Chris MartinRPR-R286'8"225
48Andrew Miller RPL-L296'7"210
65Bryan Mitchell*RPL-R236'2"200
47Ivan NovaSPR-R286'4"235
76Branden Pinder*RPR-R266'3"225
35Michael PinedaSPR-R266'7"260
71Jose RamirezRPR-R256'1"200
53Esmil RogersRPR-R296'3"200
52CC Sabathia SPL-L346'7"285
64Chasen ShreveRPL-L246'3"185
19Masahiro Tanaka SPR-R266'2"210
43Adam WarrenRPR-R276'1"224
39Chase WhitleySPR-R256'3"217
41Justin Wilson RPL-L276'2"203
#CATCHERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
34Brian McCannCL-R316'3"220
66John Ryan Murphy CR-R235'11"205
55Austin Romine CR-R266'0"215
78Gary Sanchez CR-R226'2"233
#INFIELDERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
14Stephen Drew2BL-R326'0"190
18Didi Gregorious SSL-R256'2"205
12Chase Headley 3BS-R306'2"211
33Garrett Jones1B/DHL-L336'5"233
63Jose PirelaSSR-R255'11"215
13Alex Rodriguez3B/DHR-R396'3"225
17Brendan Ryan SSR-R336'2"192
25Mark Teixeira 1BS-R346'3"225
#OUTFIELDERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
36Carlos Beltran RF/DHS-R376'1"175
22Jacoby Ellsbury CFL-L316'1"195
77Ramon FloresLFL-L235'10"189
11Brett GardnerLFL-L315'10"187
80Mason WilliamsCFL-R236'1"180
24Chris YoungLFR-R316'2"200
79Tyler Austin RFR-R236'1"219
Dynasty: garyjr33
07:00 PM - March 31, 2015. Written by Reiny09
Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox
Jul 11, 2017123456789RHE
Minnesota (60-32)0006002008151
Chicago (37-56)000000002270
W: J. Zimmermann (10-4) L: A. Heaney (6-8)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSMINCHW
MIN4Baez homered to right. Mallory scores.20
MIN4Freeman doubled to right. Stanton scores.30
MIN4Caruso singled to left. Freeman scores.40
MIN4Buxton tripled to right. Dozier scores. Caruso scores.60
MIN7Mallory singled to center. Buxton scores.70
MIN7Baez doubled to right. Mallory scores.80
CHW9Cabrera singled to left. Heisey scores.81
CHW9Hershiser walked. Choi scores.82
Minnesota Twins
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Buxton, CF5122000.250
Mallory, LF5221010.291
Baez, SS4133101.326
Stanton, RF4110100.341
Freeman, 1B4131100.309
Sano, 3B4000110.256
Dozier, DH4110100.210
Caruso, C4121000.294
Santana, 2B4010000.183
TEAM TOTALS388158520
BATTING:
2B: F. Freeman (14), B. Buxton (22), J. Baez (20)
3B: B. Buxton (3)
HR: J. Baez (22)
RBI: F. Freeman (76), B. Buxton 2 (30), L. Caruso (48), B. Mallory (34), J. Baez 3 (73)
GIDP: F. Freeman, B. Buxton, B. Dozier 2
BASERUNNING:
SB: B. Mallory (3)
FIELDING:
E: B. Mallory (1)
Chicago White Sox
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Goodwin, DH4010010.233
Crawford, LF4010010.267
Eaton, CF4000010.280
Heisey, RF4110020.263
Choi, 1B3110100.284
Cabrera, SS3021100.232
Asche, 3B4010020.204
Hershiser, C2001200.222
Barney, 2B4000000.241
TEAM TOTALS32272470
BATTING:
RBI: A. Cabrera (39), K. Hershiser (14)
GIDP: B. Goodwin, D. Barney
Minnesota Twins
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
J. Zimmermann (W, 10-4)7.14002503.49
M. Fried1.03222204.84
S. Santos0.20000004.71
TEAM TOTALS9.0722470
Chicago White Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
A. Heaney (L, 6-8)3.27662113.90
E. Rodriguez2.25221006.19
N. Jones1.22001103.07
M. Lindstrom1.01001007.44
TEAM TOTALS9.01588521
Dynasty: Reiny09
06:55 PM - March 31, 2015. Written by sonsart2
The Yankees scored all 4 of their runs in the first 2 innings, but it was more than enough to hold off the Phillies today.

C.C. Sabathia had a nice first start of spring training,
pitching into the 3rd inning giving up only 2 hits and 1 earned run.

Alex Rodriguez is off to a hot spring with 3 hits in his first 5 at bats. Rodriguez scored in the first and drove in another run in the second. With the win, the Yankees move to 1-1 in Spring Training.

The Yankees are likely to make some moves on their 40 man roster in the coming days, as they look to fill out their roster. The manager said in the postgame, "We've got some weakness at the bottom of our roster, but we think we've got some guys in our system that might be better suited at the big league level, even if it's only in March."

Philadelphia Phillies at New York Yankees
Mar 4, 2015123456789RHE
Philadelphia (1-0)001100000270
New York (0-1)22000000x4100
W: C. C. Sabathia (1-0) L: Cliff Lee (0-1) S: Dellin Betances (1)
Philadelphia Phillies
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Revere300000.167
Franco100000.000
Danks000000.000
Nelson302000.500
Blanco101000.250
Utley311100.333
Brown100000.000
d'Arnaud000000.000
Ruf300001.250
Howard100000.000
Ruiz301000.200
Francoeur100000.500
Asche100000.500
Hernandez200000.333
Paul311010.500
Galvis301001.333
Sizemore300000.000
BATTING:
2B: A. Blanco (1)
HR: C. Utley (1)
RBI: C. Utley (1)
HBP: C. Asche
GIDP: C. Utley, G. Sizemore
BASERUNNING:
SB: X. Paul 2 (2)
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jones3110000.400
Beltran1000000.250
Rodriguez3131000.600
Headley1000000.000
Kelsey3120000.500
Teixeira1000000.000
Young2001000.250
Gardner1000000.000
Pirela2010100.250
McCann1000010.000
Murphy3012010.500
Romine1010000.333
Martinez2000100.250
Ellsbury1000000.000
Hoffman3110000.250
Gregorius1000000.333
Mahalo3000000.000
TEAM TOTALS324104220
BATTING:
2B: Hoffman (1)
RBI: Rodriguez (1), C. Young (3), J. Murphy 2 (3)
SF: C. Young
GIDP: J. Ellsbury
Philadelphia Phillies
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
C. Lee3.0744109.00
J. Pettibone1.0100004.50
Buchanan1.0100110.00
J. Williams1.0000000.00
E. Martin1.0000010.00
P. Clemens1.0100000.00
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
C. Sabathia2.0211114.50
I. Nova2.0211004.50
Carpenter1.0000010.00
C. Shreve1.0100000.00
A. Miller1.0100000.00
A. Warren1.0100000.00
D. Betances1.0000000.00
Dynasty: sonsart2
01:16 AM - March 31, 2015. Written by sonsart2
Opening Night of MLB The Show and my dynasty begins. I'm using the default roster and play only manage mode only (which to this point looks like it might be a mistake, as I'll explain).

The Yankees came back from a 2 run deficit in the eighth to tie it, on a Chris Young home run, only to lose the lead in the bottom of the inning when Esmil Rogers gave up 2 hits and a squeeze play to give the Phillies a late 4-3 lead.

The Yankees struck back, however, in the top of the 9th. Down to their last out, with no one on base, Didi Gregorius singled to center, and scored when pinch hitter John Ryan Murphy doubled to left. Luis Martinez then singled to put men on the corners, but Alex Rodriguez grounded weakly to the pitcher to end the threat.

The game would remain tied at 4 until the bottom of the 11th inning when Rupp led off the inning with a single to center. Nelson then bunted for a single on a sacrifice attempt. Nelson bunted down the first base line, but 2B Cole Figueroa was late covering and Garrett Jones awkwardly held the ball despite actually being able to tag the runner. Sizemore then walked to load the bases, and the winning run scored on the second CPU squeeze play of the game. Admittedly, I was a bit frustrated with the outcome, but I'm wondering if there's a huge hole in the bunt defense AI.

Yankees at Phillies |
Mar 3, 2015123456789ExtrasRHE
New York (0-0)00001002100470
Philadelphia (0-0)000200110015121
W: Williams L: Chris Martin
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSNYYPHI
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Brett Gardner3000000.000
Luis Martinez2010000.500
Chase Headley2000110.000
Alex Rodriguez2100000.000
Jacoby Ellsbury2000100.000
Chris Young2112001.500
Mark Teixeira3000010.000
Garrett Jones2010000.500
Carlos Beltran3111001.333
Jose Pirela2000000.000
Brian McCann2000100.000
Austin Romine2000000.000
Stephen Drew3000010.000
Cole Figueroa2010000.500
Brendan Ryan2000100.000
Didi Gregorius2110000.500
Jody Kelsey1000010.000
Joe Mahalo1000000.000
Darin Hoffman1000010.000
John Ryan Murphy10110001.000
TEAM TOTALS41474462
BATTING:
2B: G. Jones (1), J. Murphy (1)
HR: C. Beltran (1), C. Young (1)
RBI: C. Beltran (1), C. Young (2), J. Murphy (1)
Philadelphia Phillies
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Revere3010000.333
Howard1000010.000
Danks1000000.000
Blanco3000010.000
Franco2000000.000
Utley3110010.333
Francoeur11100001.000
Galvis0000100.000
Ruf5122011.400
Brown3000010.000
Altherr1001000.000
Ruiz2000000.000
Asche11100001.000
Rupp2110000.500
Nelson5020010.400
Sizemore3000100.000
Paul10100001.000
Hernandez10110001.000
Mastroianni10100001.000
d'Arnaud0001000.000
TEAM TOTALS395125261
BATTING:
HR: D. Ruf (1)
RBI: D. Ruf (2), Hernandez (1), C. d'Arnaud (1), A. Altherr (1)
HBP: G. Sizemore
SAC: C. Hamels, A. Altherr
GIDP: A. Blanco
BASERUNNING:
SB: Francoeur (1)
FIELDING:
E: A. Blanco (1)
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Masahiro Tanaka2.00000300.00
Chase Whitley2.04220119.00
Jose Ramirez1.01000000.00
Scott Baker1.00000100.00
Jared Burton1.02110109.00
Esmil Rogers1.02110009.00
Justin Wilson1.01000000.00
Jim Miller1.00001000.00
Chris Martin0.0211100INF
Philadelphia Phillies
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
C. Hamels30001200.00
C. Lee10000100.00
J. Pettibone11110119.00
J. De Fratus10002000.00
Dynasty: sonsart2
Sunday, March 29, 2015
10:30 PM - March 29, 2015. Written by garyjr33
New York Yankees Depth Chart - 2015
  • Catcher
  • Brian McCann
  • JR Murphy
  • Austin Romine
  • First Base
  • Mark Teixeira
  • Garrett Jones
  • Alex Rodriguez
  • Chase Headley
  • Second Base
  • Stephen Drew
  • Jose Pirela*
  • Brendan Ryan
  • Third Base
  • Chase Headley
  • Alex Rodriguez
  • Jose Pirela*
  • Shortstop
  • Didi Gregorious
  • Stephen Drew
  • Brendan Ryan
  • Left Field
  • Brett Gardner
  • Chris Young
  • Center Field
  • Jacoby Ellsbury
  • Brett Gardner
  • Chris Young
  • Right Field
  • Carlos Beltran
  • Chris Young
  • Garrett Jones
  • Starting Pitcher
  • Masahiro Tanaka
  • Michael Pineda
  • CC Sabathia
  • Nathan Eovaldi
  • Chris Capuano*
  • Adam Warren
  • Relief Pitcher
  • David Carpenter
  • Justin Wilson
  • Esmil Rogers
  • Chase Whitley
  • Chasen Shreve
  • Chris Martin
  • Closer
  • Dellin Betances
  • Andrew Miller
  • Designated Hitter
  • Alex Rodriguez
  • Garrett Jones
  • Disabled List
  • Chris Capuano
  • Ivan Nova
  • Jose Pirela
Dynasty: garyjr33
10:19 PM - March 29, 2015. Written by garyjr33
New York Yankees 2015 Schedule
DATEOPPONENTRESULT
Apr 6vs Blue Jays
Apr 8vs Blue Jays
Apr 9vs Blue Jays
Apr 10vs Red Sox
Apr 11vs Red Sox
Apr 12vs Red Sox
Apr 13at Orioles
Apr 14at Orioles
Apr 15at Orioles
Apr 17at Rays
Apr 18at Rays
Apr 19at Rays
Apr 20at Tigers
Apr 21at Tigers
Apr 22at Tigers
Apr 23at Tigers
Apr 24vs Mets
Apr 25vs Mets
Apr 26vs Mets
Apr 27vs Rays
Apr 28vs Rays
Apr 29vs Rays
May 1at Red Sox
May 2at Red Sox
May 3at Red Sox
May 4at Blue Jays
May 5at Blue Jays
May 6at Blue Jays
May 7vs Orioles
May 8vs Orioles
May 9vs Orioles
May 10vs Orioles
May 11at Rays
May 12at Rays
May 13at Rays
May 14at Rays
May 15at Royals
May 16at Royals
May 17at Royals
May 19at Nationals
May 20at Nationals
May 22vs Rangers
May 23vs Rangers
May 24vs Rangers
May 25vs Royals
May 26vs Royals
May 27vs Royals
May 28at Athletics
May 29at Athletics
May 30at Athletics
May 31at Athletics
Jun 1at Mariners
Jun 2at Mariners
Jun 3at Mariners
Jun 5vs Angels
Jun 6vs Angels
Jun 7vs Angels
Jun 9vs Nationals
Jun 10vs Nationals
Jun 12at Orioles
Jun 13at Orioles
Jun 14at Orioles
Jun 15at Marlins
Jun 16at Marlins
Jun 17vs Marlins
Jun 18vs Marlins
Jun 19vs Tigers
Jun 20vs Tigers
Jun 21vs Tigers
Jun 22vs Phillies
Jun 23vs Phillies
Jun 24vs Phillies
Jun 25at Astros
Jun 26at Astros
Jun 27at Astros
Jun 28at Astros
Jun 29at Angels
Jun 30at Angels
Jul 1at Angels
Jul 3vs Rays
Jul 4vs Rays
Jul 5vs Rays
Jul 7vs Athletics
Jul 8vs Athletics
Jul 9vs Athletics
Jul 10at Red Sox
Jul 11at Red Sox
Jul 12at Red Sox
Jul 14at All Star Game
Jul 17vs Mariners
Jul 18vs Mariners
Jul 19vs Mariners
Jul 21vs Orioles
Jul 22vs Orioles
Jul 23vs Orioles
Jul 24at Twins
Jul 25at Twins
Jul 26at Twins
Jul 27at Rangers
Jul 28at Rangers
Jul 29at Rangers
Jul 30at Rangers
Jul 31at White Sox
Aug 1at White Sox
Aug 2at White Sox
Aug 4vs Red Sox
Aug 5vs Red Sox
Aug 6vs Red Sox
Aug 7vs Blue Jays
Aug 8vs Blue Jays
Aug 9vs Blue Jays
Aug 11at Indians
Aug 12at Indians
Aug 13at Indians
Aug 14at Blue Jays
Aug 15at Blue Jays
Aug 16at Blue Jays
Aug 17vs Twins
Aug 18vs Twins
Aug 19vs Twins
Aug 20vs Indians
Aug 21vs Indians
Aug 22vs Indians
Aug 23vs Indians
Aug 24vs Astros
Aug 25vs Astros
Aug 26vs Astros
Aug 28at Braves
Aug 29at Braves
Aug 30at Braves
Aug 31at Red Sox
Sep 1at Red Sox
Sep 2at Red Sox
Sep 4vs Rays
Sep 5vs Rays
Sep 6vs Rays
Sep 7vs Orioles
Sep 8vs Orioles
Sep 9vs Orioles
Sep 10vs Blue Jays
Sep 11vs Blue Jays
Sep 12vs Blue Jays
Sep 13vs Blue Jays
Sep 14at Rays
Sep 15at Rays
Sep 16at Rays
Sep 18at Mets
Sep 19at Mets
Sep 20at Mets
Sep 21at Blue Jays
Sep 22at Blue Jays
Sep 23at Blue Jays
Sep 24vs White Sox
Sep 25vs White Sox
Sep 26vs White Sox
Sep 27vs White Sox
Sep 28vs Red Sox
Sep 29vs Red Sox
Sep 30vs Red Sox
Oct 1vs Red Sox
Oct 2at Orioles
Oct 3at Orioles
Oct 4at Orioles
Dynasty: garyjr33
09:20 PM - March 29, 2015. Written by garyjr33
In real life: The Yanks were 84 and 78 last year. They finished second in the AL East. It was Jeter's final season, which ended with a flair for the dramatic only Jeter could produce.

My thoughts on the virtual baseball season for the Yanks this year: I am very much looking forward to using the Yanks this year since their team will be quite challenging to use this year. I struggle to break away from the real Yanks team with making trades and signing big free agents. I enjoy just developing prospects from within, which isn't really the way the Yanks do things in real life. I am still deciding on whether or not I will try to mirror the real Yankees or develop from within mostly. I am leaning towards molding the team the way I want it. I am going to try to finally keep a dynasty blog going this year.
Dynasty: garyjr33
Saturday, March 28, 2015
12:55 PM - March 28, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
Friday, March 27, 2015
08:31 PM - March 27, 2015. Written by Fridge Combat
Bolts Insider



Another heart-breaking loss drops the Chargers to 0-2. Though it was a long shot anyway, only 12% of teams who start 0-2 make the playoffs, now it seems like a pretty sure thing. That said, there is still plenty of football to play and we'd like to think the Bolts won't roll over and die just yet!

This week will see them travelling to Buffalo against the 1-1 Bills.
In our schedule breakdown, (which can be found here: http://www.operationsports.com/Fridg...g-week-1-news/ ), we predicted this may be the first win on the Chargers' schedule. The main concern will be stopping these excellent offensive weapons.
Buffalo is in possesion of a wealth of talented players on offense. Including rookie WR Sammy Watkins, fellow wide-out Robert Woods, newly acquired TE Dwayne Allen and RB Fred Jackson. (CJ Spiller is out with a short-term injury and will miss this game.) Their line is pretty good too, so if there is any question on that side of the ball it's the QB. EJ Manuel hasn't looked awful so far this year, he has 1TD for 1INT, with 404yds and a 59.8% completion rating. If he can deliver the ball to his playmakers, and let them do the rest, he may see those numbers inflate.
Chargers defense has looked better in the past 2 weeks, but questions still remain if they can slow down this talented offense.





Big things are expected of Sammy Watkins and this offense throughout the year.


On defense, the Bills will be without DE Mario Williams for an extended period of time, (discussed later), which should help the passing game some. They have some weaknesses at the back end, but CBs ? and Stehpan Gilmore are both talented and can challenge the Chargers' pass-catchers.
All in all, still a very winnable game, the Chargers will have to clamp down to stop this team scoring points!


Now onto the rest of this weeks news!

Signings:

Nothing happening this week in particular, but a couple of trades of note!


Trades:

ARI - R.Johnson FS to TEN for a 3rd Rnd Pick - The native of Alabama is on the move to help fill a need in the Titans secondary. He has never started a full season, but has 10 INTs to show for it. He is an excellent special teams player and will at least give the Titans some value there. This is a good move for him, now able to start than play second-fiddle to Honey Badger. Drafted in the 3rd Rnd of the 2009 draft, the Cardinals get back what they gave to draft him.

SEA - J. Carpenter LG to PIT for a 4th Rnd Pick - This is a great value pick for Pittsburgh, a team who are famous for having poor offensive line play. Carpenter adds some nice depth to a thin O-Line, with the possibility of beating out starter Ramon Foster. The Seahawks, on the other hand, lose nothing from this trade with newly signed OG Carl Nicks cemented at LG. This is a win-win for both sides, but Seattle may pay the price ultimately if they can't find a replacement quickly for the veteran Nicks.




A solid guard for the Hawks, could now work into the starting rotation in Pittsburgh, whom covet linemen.



Once again we come to the largest section of the week. This will likely be a recurring theme, and a lot of teams have cause for concern this week!

Injuries:

KC - J. Houston OLB - Torn Tricep (14 weeks) - The Chiefs have now lost one half of their pass rush. Losing Houston will allow teams to double up on fellow OLB Tamba Hali. Unless rookie OLB Dee Ford steps up his game, it's likely the Chiefs pass rush will be significantly slowed.

IND - D. Jackson MLB - Upper Arm Fracture (4 weeks) - Veteran, and underrated MLB, D'Qwell Jackson will miss some time in the coming weeks. Though the Colts don't have a real replacement, this defense is not the teams primary focus, so don't expect too much of an effect on the team.

MIA - L. Miller HB - Dislocated Ankle (6 weeks) - The Dolphins rushing attack took a blow this week with the loss of 2nd year man Lamarr Miller. Luckily the Dolphins had the foresight to sign Knowshon Moreno to a one year deal, who is coming off his career-high season with Denver. Jury is still out on him, but he has a chance here to take the pressure off QB Ryan Tannehill.

NYG - D. Rodgers-Cromartie CB - Forearm Fracture (4 weeks) - Giants fans must be distraught this week, after news of DRC's injury. This struggling secondary already lost it's best corner, and now the second! It's going to be down to Eli Manning to put up plenty of points, because the defense won't be able to stop the passing game for at least a month!

JAX - S. Marks DT - Upper Arm Fracture (4 weeks) - It's probably fair to say that the Jaguars have a lot of questions across their defensive line, Sen'Derrick Marks is not one of them. Coming off a couple of productive seasons, the Jaguars line may struggle somewhat. Even worse...

JAX - C. Clemons DE - Broken Ankle (14 weeks) - Chris Clemons represents arguably the only true pass rusher on this front four. Without him, the Jaguars will really have to come up with something special before anyone worries about this defense anytime soon!

DET - N. Fairley DT - Fractured Elbow (8 weeks) - The promise of Nick Fairley being the stud that would lift this defensive line to a new level, hasn't really panned out. Fairley has shown flashes of brilliance, but has really failed to capitalise on his ability. That said, he is a huge body that helps take up blocks on this line, so expect Suh, (and the rest of this line's), production to drop considerably.

GB - B. Bulaga OT - Dislocated Ankle (5 weeks) - Bit of a shake up for the Packers line here. Luckily they have OT Bryant McKinnie who can slide over and fill the void left by Bulaga. Green Bay has the look of a solid offensive line this year, which is good news for Aaron Rodgers, if they can stay healthy!

NE - N. Solder OT - Broken Ankle (15 weeks) - Patriots fans really have a reason to worry now! With both tackles now out, Brady's line suddenly looks dicey at best. Fans should expect the Patriots to struggle from this point forward!




Losing another starting tackle will make it a tough road for the Pats this year!



HOU - J. Clowney OLB - Broken Hand (4 weeks) - 1st overall pick Jadeveon Clowney now joins 4(!) other linebakers now on the DNP list for week 3. This Houston team is predicated on it's stifling defense, with two of it's best pass rushers out, among others, it's looking like another struggling year for Houston.

TEN - K. Wimbley OLB - Upper Arm Fracture (6 weeks) - Veteran OLB Kameron Wimbley will miss significant time with his injury. This news is notable, as Tennessee now has 3 LBs on their injury list. Hopefully the Titans front 4 can keep it together with a dwindling defense around them.

CIN - M. Hunt DE - Hip Fracture (6 weeks) - Not a terrible loss for this talented squad, but an unfortunate injury nonetheless. The Bengals sport a solid D-Line, anchored by DT Geno Atkins. This is an upset for Hunt though, who has struggled to stay on the field consistantly and better hone his game.

BUF - M. Williams DE - Foot Stress Fracture (14 weeks) - Huge blow for the Bills, who looked to have the top, or at least top 3, defensive line this year. Luckily, they still have 3 stud D-Linemen to keep the pass rush coming, but Williams may have been that one cog that took this line from great, to unstoppable.


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Dynasty: Fridge Combat
06:52 PM - March 27, 2015. Written by stiets1118
Offensive MVP: Markell Cooley
Defensive MVP: Rick Riley, Justin Johnson

AP ALL-AMERICANS: DE Justin Johnson, CB Rick Riley, FS Rashaun Morris, SS William Davis
2nd Team ALL-AMERICANS: MLB Johnny Newton, K Nate Clark
AP FRESHMAN AA: DE Allen Rooney, K Nate Clark

ALL MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE:
Cooley, Peterson, T. Washington, C- Davenport, RT- Davis, Johnson, Rooney, Foster, Newton, Hughes, Riley, Morris, Davis, Clark, Novak
Dynasty: stiets1118
06:39 PM - March 27, 2015. Written by stiets1118
Markell Cooley has left his mark on the Alaska State Football Program. Cooley amassed 11,287 yds, 79 td, 35 int to go along with 3,158 yds rushing and 39 td on the ground. Thats 118 total touchdowns in 4 years at the helm... Not bad work at all. Cooley's success has opened the door to higher profile recruits taking interest in the ASU program. Cooley's transition to post football life may include a shot at an NFL roster. Most draft experts rate him as a round 6-7 pick, but Cooley is aiming higher. "I believe I can bring another dimension to a teams offense." - stated Cooley. "Just need that shot."
Dynasty: stiets1118
06:29 PM - March 27, 2015. Written by stiets1118
Alaska State SnowCats Stats - 2016
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
Markell Cooley271/3712818201.353277157.1
R. Smith Tagrook17/2514421134/8
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Shaun Peterson27414315.247691020
Markell Cooley1998854.4629156314
Stanford Houston753124.11801
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONGDROPSYDS/GYAC
Tim Washington4969114.1848649213
Shaun Peterson4627963285
Alton Waters383529.2525225120
Joe Woodard3649513.73464
Ben Palmer TE3444713.15534
Deandre McCall323029.42221
Brandon Skinner2111451164
Justin White1119117.32346
BlockingPCAKESACK
Kyle Davis RT914
Nate Hodges LT74
TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
Johnny Newton MLB6757262011
William Davis SS6436708841
Rashaun Morris FS633660340
Charrod Hughes LOLB5836171800
Scott McIntosh MLB513541832
Darnell Petit ROLB4324531700
Josh Davis CB4404426721
Justin Johnson LE33235182310
Rick Riley CB32133041011
Roy Pryor CB283310144
Allen Rooney RE2522751000
Bill Mason CB250251440
Taylor Foster DT221234500
KickoffsPunts
ReturningATTYDSAVGLONGTDRETAVGTD
Joey Novak18523291011584640
Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Nate Clark314077595656100
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
Chuck Bennett4318075430.6
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05:28 PM - March 27, 2015. Written by stiets1118

Maaco Las Vegas Bowl #13 Alaska State (12-1) vs. UCLA (8-4) Line: UCLA by 5


The first meeting between these two teams will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the 2016 Maaco Las Vegas Bowl. Alaska State brings their stingy defense, ranked #1 in points allowed, and #2 in total yards allowed, into Las Vegas to match up against a once high powered UCLA offense which has been decimated by injuries to both starting QB Chris Brown and starting RB Darius Bennett. Brown, before being injured, threw for 32 td and over 2700 yards. He is replaced by Junior signal caller Cole Turner. Turner is more athletic and a much better runner than Brown, but doesnt have quite the accuracy. UCLA will rely on two freshman running backs to bolster the running game. The UCLA defense on the other hand boasts a solid defensive front 7, with 3 of the best linebacker groups in the Pac12. Look for them to put a lot of pressure on the average Alaska State offensive line. UCLA also has a very strong and physical secondary that should be able to pin down the Alaska receivers.
Alaska State will need to get their running game going early, and look for the defense to set the tone early, trying to force the early turnover. Senior signal-caller Markell Cooley enters his last game in an Alaska State uniform, as do 13 other seniors that forged the original freshman class at then newly founded Alaska State. Running back Shaun Peterson will potentially have a difficult day finding holes against the excellent front 7 of UCLA.
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05:13 PM - March 27, 2015. Written by stiets1118

Four quarters was not enough time to decide this rematch of regular season foes. The game featured over 500 rushing yards combined between the two teams, and featured 3 players running for over 100 yards a piece. The lead changed hands 5 times in this one, but the Alaska State SnowCats prevailed in double overtime 44-37, to take their 3rd consecutive conference title.
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The Mountain West conference title game will feature a rematch between the Air Force Falcons (8-5, 6-2) and the Alaska State SnowCats (11-1, 8-0). The SnowCats claimed the first victory on their home turf 36-21.
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