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Sunday, November 25, 2012
09:02 PM - November 25, 2012. Written by olivertheorem
This is the start of my first dynasty using Bowl Bound College Football 2005, a text-based sim. I'm taking over Fresno State with the coaching persona of Kurt Meloy. I have conference movement set to low and a playoff in place (16 teams, conference champs plus wildcards), though bowl games are still played for non-playoff participants. I'm starting the clock in 1971 because I can, though all the conference alignments are as of 2005.

June 1, 1971 –

Fresno State AD John Farmer announced the hiring of the newest Bulldog head coach in a press conference today. Kurt Meloy, a 50-year-old Oregon State graduate, takes the job without prior head coaching experience. Queried on his coaching philosophy, Meloy said that he prefers to field an option offense and a 4-3 defense. “I know this represents a rather drastic shift from before,” he commented, “but we’ll be doing everything we can to get the players comfortable with the changes so we can get down to the business of winning.” Langston and Meloy both made it clear that with a hire so close to the start of the season, the other existing staff would be kept on for the 1971 season. “I’m more of a big-picture guy anyway, and I like having a lot of input in gameplanning and playcalling from my coordinators, so having guys that are already familiar with the players will help a lot.”

The offensive coordinator is 50-year old Mississippi State graduate Larry Brady, a West Coast offense aficionado. Meloy commented that Brady’s skill in motivating and gameplanning, as well as his skill in scouting quarterbacks, would help in the transition to an option offense. The Bulldog defense boasts coordinator Gary Ruffin, a 43-year-old graduate of Tulane. Though Cooper prefers the 5-2 defense, Graney said that his motivational and gameplanning skills would be up to the task of scheming the 4-3 as well. The special teams are headed by 37-year-old Florida State graduate Walter Baker, who is highly respected in coaching circles for his motivational skills.
Dynasty: olivertheorem
06:52 PM - November 25, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins
Oct 14, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Minnesota Vikings (4-2)10611633
Washington Redskins (2-4)14371034
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense463469
Rushing Yards185189
Passing Yards278280
First Downs2117
Punt Return Yards70
Kick Return Yards222153
Total Yards692622
3rd Down Converstion7-145-15
4th Down Conversion0-12-2
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-2-32-1-1
Posession Time30:2829:32
Scoring Summary
10:15(MIN) Christian Ponder 12 Yard TD Pass to Adrian Peterson70
4:25(MIN) Blair Walsh 53 Yard FG100
4:13(WAS) Robert Griffin III 79 Yard TD Pass to Josh Morgan107
3:58(WAS) Jerome Murphy 34 Yard Fumble Return for TD1014
6:43(MIN) Blair Walsh 24 Yard FG1314
:52(WAS) John Kasey 36 Yard FG1317
:01(MIN) Blair Walsh 42 Yard FG1617
9:45(WAS) Robert Griffin III 52 Yard TD Pass to Pierre Garcon1624
9:34(MIN) Percy Harvin 99 Yard KR for TD (2pt. Good)2424
1:34(MIN) Blair Walsh 22 Yard FG2724
11:09(MIN) Blair Walsh 47 Yard FG3024
5:13(WAS) John Kasey 44 Yard FG3027
2:58(MIN) Blair Walsh 32 Yard FG3327
:07(WAS) Robert Griffin III 3 Yard TD Pass to Josh Morgan3334
Minnesota Vikings
Christian Ponder23/4028511
Adrian Peterson251516.00
Jarius Wright22311.50
Christian Ponder2105.00
Jarius Wright66110.10
Jerome Simpson510721.40
Kyle Rudolph34214.00
Percy Harvin3206.60
Devin Aromashodu22512.50
Adrian Peterson2189.01
John Carlson166.00
Jerome Felton166.00
John Sullivan10
Charlie Johnson11
Matt Kalil10
Jerome Felton10
Jasper Brinkley7000
Chris Cook6000
Antoine Winfield6010
Harrison Smith5000
Chad Greenway5000
A.J. Jefferson4000
Kevin Williams3000
Robert Blanton3000
Brian Robison3000
Erin Henderson2000
Marcus Sherels2000
Letroy Guion2000
Marvin Mitchell2000
Jamarca Sanford2000
Jared Allen2000
Blair Walsh6/71/11953
Chris Kluwe211055.01
Percy Harvin621636.01
Rhett Ellison166.00
Marcus Sherels177.00
Washington Redskins
Robert Griffin III20/3228031
Alfred Morris241024.20
Robert Griffin III77510.70
Evan Royster4123.00
Pierre Garcon510721.41
Alfred Morris4164.00
Santana Moss33010.00
Josh Morgan28241.02
Darrel Young2136.50
Brandon Banks188.00
Chris Cooley188.00
Fred Davis188.00
Evan Royster188.00
Maurice Hurt10
Kory Lichtensteiger10
Darrel Young10
London Fletcher13000
Brandon Meriweather8000
Reed Doughty6000
Jerome Murphy6001
Ryan Kerrigan5000
DeAngelo Hall3010
Perry Riley3000
Josh Wilson3000
Rob Jackson2000
Keenan Robinson2000
Adam Carriker2100
Barry Cofield1000
Stephen Bowen1000
DeJon Gomes1000
Cedric Griffin1000
John Kasey2/24/41044
Brad Maynard623338.80
Brandon Banks511823.60
Josh Wilson23517.50
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
05:14 PM - November 25, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Tennessee Titans at Minnesota Vikings
Oct 7, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tennessee Titans (1-4)0107724
Minnesota Vikings (4-1)141031441
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense379542
Rushing Yards103297
Passing Yards276245
First Downs1417
Punt Return Yards1558
Kick Return Yards165112
Total Yards559712
3rd Down Converstion6-164-12
4th Down Conversion1-12-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2-1-13-2-1
Posession Time30:0229:58
Scoring Summary
7:24(MIN) Toby Gerhart 2 Yard TD Run07
5:12(MIN) Christian Ponder 62 Yard TD Pass to Percy Harvin014
12:09(TEN) Matt Hasselbeck 70 Yard TD Pass to Kendall Wright714
3:30(MIN) Christian Ponder 17 Yard TD Pass to Jarius Wright721
:51(TEN) Rob Bironas 18 Yard FG1021
:00(MIN) Blair Walsh 26 Yard FG1024
7:15(TEN) Matt Hasselbeck 8 Yard TD Pass to Kenny Britt1724
2:03(MIN) Blair Walsh 50 Yard FG1727
7:14(TEN) Matt Hasselbeck 35 Yard TD Pass to Jared Cook2427
6:22(MIN) Adrian Peterson 56 Yard TD Run2434
3:28(MIN) Christian Ponder 42 Yard TD Pass to Jarius Wright2441
Tennessee Titans
Matt Hasselbeck14/2528730
Chris Johnson25813.20
Darius Reynaud8111.30
Craig Stevens11111.00
Kenny Britt100.00
Nate Washington411629.00
Jared Cook35919.61
Kendall Wright27537.51
Kenny Britt22311.51
Craig Stevens2168.00
Chris Johnson1-2-2.00
Michael Roos01
Jared Cook01
Zach Brown7000
Michael Griffin5000
Jordan Babineaux5000
Lorenzo Alexander5010
Mike Martin5000
Tommie Campbell5000
Derrick Morgan4100
Leger Douzable4000
Thaddeus Gibson4000
Alterraun Verner3000
Akeem Ayers2000
Will Witherspoon2000
Taylor Thompson2000
Ryan Mouton1000
Colin McCarthy1000
Rob Bironas1/13/3618
Brett Kern733147.21
Marc Mariani613823.00
Darius Reynaud12727.00
Marc Mariani11515.00
Minnesota Vikings
Christian Ponder12/2024731
Adrian Peterson352808.01
Jordan Todman382.60
Toby Gerhart210.51
Jerome Felton155.00
Christian Ponder111.00
Jarius Wright111.00
Jarius Wright410325.72
Percy Harvin27035.01
Toby Gerhart23216.00
Kyle Rudolph23216.00
Jerome Simpson188.00
Adrian Peterson122.00
Jerome Felton10
Geoff Schwartz10
Phil Loadholt01
Jasper Brinkley8000
Jamarca Sanford7000
Erin Henderson5000
Harrison Smith5000
Chris Cook5000
Brian Robison4100
Antoine Winfield4000
Tyrone McKenzie2000
Chad Greenway2100
Kevin Williams2000
Marvin Mitchell2000
A.J. Jefferson2000
Jared Allen1000
Fred Evans1000
D'Aundre Reed1000
Blair Walsh2/25/51150
Chris Kluwe417142.73
Percy Harvin36622.00
Marcus Sherels24623.00
Marcus Sherels45814.50
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
03:50 PM - November 25, 2012. Written by olivertheorem
North Dakota Fighting Sioux at N.J.I.T Highlanders
Feb 3, 20121ST2NDSCORE
North Dakota (4-18, 4-2)383068
N.J.I.T (0-21, 0-7)382563
North Dakota Fighting Sioux
C Kyle Simone312-60-13-4830107
F Domingo Sumpter292-30-00-0232014
G Renato Coldiron202-30-06-66000210
G Victorino Gimenez313-60-02-2510048
G Booker Cade226-91-20-01020013
G John Green152-30-02-2210006
G Edward Langford153-40-03-4020019
G William Thompson133-30-00-0022016
F/C John Meyer110-00-01-2200011
F Ward Dunlop81-20-00-0110012
G Andrew Graham40-10-02-2000002
G/F Jan Hornung10-00-00-0000000
TEAM TOTALS24-401-319-222713611168
N.J.I.T Highlanders
C Murray Dent284-50-00-0501028
F Karl Yarborough251-60-00-0000012
F Don Overton293-143-61-24010210
G Willard Worthington336-72-32-34100316
G Terrell Scheller353-130-36-73410112
F Rocky Koller132-20-02-2210006
F John Jackson131-10-00-0210002
C Landon Siu121-20-00-0000012
G Charles Lara80-00-00-0011000
F Joshua Lopez20-00-00-0000000
F David Young21-10-01-1000003
G Charles Nelson10-00-02-2000002
F John Sams10-00-00-0010000
TEAM TOTALS22-515-1214-17209401063
Dynasty: olivertheorem
02:30 PM - November 25, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions
Sep 30, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Minnesota Vikings (3-1)31414334
Detroit Lions (3-1)10701431
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense461381
Rushing Yards21494
Passing Yards247287
First Downs1811
Punt Return Yards779
Kick Return Yards156188
Total Yards694578
3rd Down Converstion7-155-16
4th Down Conversion0-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals6-2-23-1-1
Posession Time33:2326:37
Scoring Summary
8:09(MIN) Blair Walsh 21 Yard FG30
1:03(DET) Jason Hanson 21 Yard FG33
:57(DET) Bill Bentley 22 Yard Fumble Return for TD310
7:45(DET) Matthew Stafford 28 Yard TD Pass to Tony Scheffler317
6:52(MIN) Christian Ponder 78 Yard TD Pass to Adrian Peterson1017
1:25(MIN) Adrian Peterson 4 Yard TD Run1717
10:20(MIN) Adrian Peterson 31 Yard TD Run2417
5:20(MIN) Christian Ponder 9 Yard Pass to Jarius Wright3117
11:49(MIN) Blair Walsh 38 Yard FG3417
10:20(DET) Matthew Stafford 82 Yard TD Pass to Calvin Johnson3424
1:43(DET) Matthew Stafford 8 Yard TD Pass Nate Burleson3431
Minnesota Vikings
Christian Ponder15/2626822
Adrian Peterson171026.02
Toby Gerhart17663.80
Christian Ponder6477.80
Jarius Wright210.50
Percy Harvin1-1-1.00
Jerome Felton1-1-1.00
Kyle Rudolph49323.20
Percy Harvin33612.00
Jerome Simpson3186.00
Adrian Peterson29748.51
Jarius Wright2115.51
Devin Aromashodu11313.00
Charlie Johnson31
Matt Kalil20
Geoff Schwartz11
John Sullivan01
Jamarca Sanford6100
Chad Greenway5000
Jasper Brinkley4000
Harrison Smith4000
Antoine Winfield4000
Erin Henderson4000
Robert Blanton 3000
Brian Robison3000
Josh Robinson3000
Kevin Williams3000
Letroy Guion2000
Jared Allen1000
Larry Dean1000
Chris Cook1000
D'Aundre Reed1000
Blair Walsh2/24/41038
Chris Kluwe315250.61
Percy Harvin38829.30
Marcus Sherels36822.60
Marcus Sherels77711.00
Detroit Lions
Matthew Stafford21/3429530
Jahvid Best22873.90
Matthew Stafford273.50
Calvin Johnson513226.41
Tony Scheffler45814.51
Jahvid Best451.20
Nate Burleson35719.01
Brandon Pettigrew22613.00
Titus Young, Sr.11212.00
Mike Thomas133.00
Kevin Smith122.00
Jahvid Best01
DeAndre Levy10000
Stephen Tulloch9000
Bill Bentley8011
Louis Delmas6000
Justin Durant5100
Jacob Lacey5000
Ndamukong Suh4100
Cliff Avril3000
Chris Houston3000
Nick Fairley3100
Amari Spievey2000
Jonte Green2000
Sean Jones2010
Kyle Vanden Bosch2000
Corey Williams1100
Jason Hanson1/34/4721
Matt Turk829737.11
Mike Thomas615926.50
Titus Young, Sr.12929.00
Mike Thomas199.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
08:03 AM - November 25, 2012. Written by Bloop33
Here is my January review, including all the transfers involving my team. Funny, as soon as the window opened, I began to struggle.

EPL Results:

01/05/19 : 2 - 0 win vs. Aston Villa
01/09/19 : 0 - 1 loss @ Wolverhampton
01/20/19 : 1 - 1 draw @ Bolton
01/27/19 : 4 - 1 win vs. Manchester United

FA Cup Result:

01/12/19 :1 - 2 loss @ Charlton

Players Sold in Transfer Window:

CB - Steve Lansbury (76) - England, 22 - $6,000,000 - Sold to Sunderland
CM - Alexander Jaakkola (83) - Finland, 25 - $11,500,000 - Sold to Fiorentina
RB - Damon Massey (77) - England, 26 - $3,300,000 - Sold to Southampton
CF - Esteban Lanzini (85) - Argentina, 25 - $20,000,000 - Sold to Newcastle

A productive window sees me sell a few spare parts who weren't playing too well for me when in the team, including Esteban Lanzini, who was marred by controversy ever since it came out that he was feeling unsettled. Newcastle does buy yet another player from me though, their fifth now I believe.

Players Loaned Out:

CM - Christian Heimeroth (75) - Germany, 20 - Loaned to Norwich City
ST - Adam Evans (78) - England, 21 - Loaned to Olympiakos
LW - Stephan Vieira da Costa (76) - Germany, 18 - Loaned to Sunderland

Well, all three of my loaned players had been getting occasional first team action, but in each case I think they'll be playing more. Hoping they'll grow enough to be effective next year. All are very young so it's no rush.

Players Bought in Transfer Window:

CM - Kristian Tosic (78) - Serbia, 24 - Inter Milan, $8,500,000
CM - Tyronne Granero Molina (84) - Spain, 24 - Atletico Madrid, $32,000,000
CAM - Daniel Hubnik (72) - Czech Republic, 21 - Free Agents
ST - Roberto Torres Belen (74) - Spain, 19 - Free Agents

Coming my way is Tyronne Granero Molina, among the other 3. He will bring some more playmaking ability to my midfield and hopefully either meshes with Fransisco Prats Bastidas or gives me a good option when I rest my start midfielder. I'll admit, they're very much the same player, Molina being older, but they are exactly the same size, opposite foot. Molina also comes with 5 star skill moves which is somethnig Prats Bastidas didn't have.

After a weak window as far as performance goes, we hope to head into QPR off the momentum of the Manchester United drubbing, and the key signings made, and continue our run for the title. Currently, we sit atop the table by 2 points over Arsenal. We have an 11 goal lead in differential over them, but do trail 3rd placed Liverpool by 5. They are 5 points back though, so a few more good results by us should ruin their chances.

Looking to be an exciting finish to the year, and with my disappointing performances in the Capital One and F.A. cups, my team will be able to solely focus on the League Title. Blessing in disguise, maybe, or maybe it shows that my side has to improve still. Either way, it will be exciting to keep rotating the squad and use my high powered offence to hold off my challengers.
Dynasty: Bloop33
03:57 AM - November 25, 2012. Written by Bloop33
With the January Window just ahead, here is the second review of the season to date

EPL Results:

10/09/18 : 2 - 1 win vs. Bolton
10/20/18 : 1 - 1 draw @ Newcastle
10/28/18 : 1 - 0 win @ Swansea City
11/03/18 : 2 - 0 win vs. Tottenham
11/10/18 : 1 - 1 draw @ Fulham
11/13/18 : 2 - 1 win vs. Wolverhampton
11/24/18 : 1 - 0 win @ Aston Villa
12/01/18 : 3 - 0 win vs. Cardiff City
12/09/18 : 2 - 1 win @ QPR
12/15/18 : 0 - 1 loss vs. Manchester City
12/22/18 : 4 - 0 win @ Sunderland
12/31/18 : 2 - 1 win vs. Liverpool

Well, it's been a great run so far to start the season, and West Ham has a 2 point lead over Arsenal on the table as the January transfer window opens. A huge improvement in Alberto Frison's game has given the team huge amounts of confidence and we've been able to play very aggressive because of it. If there is one problem, it's that Fransisco Prats Bastidas is our only consistent offensive threat night in night out.

On defence, the back four have really solidified itself with Daniele Rugani and Ciaran Clark playing almost every game. Haris Radetinac has taken over the lead spot at RB and has been fantastic since transfering from Udinese. Luke Humphreys continues to be the leader at the back, and has actually started to play more forward lately as the team finds it's form. As far as subs go, Hordur Magnusson continues to be the main man when it comes to subs, but young Jake Scott has impressed the coaching staff tremendously this year and has arguably been our top defender when he's in the team.

The midfield continues to be solid, and there has been more solidity over who's starting each game. Koikili Adan Garrido and Will Akinde have taken over the starting CDM spots, and will likely see 90% of the action if they stay healthy. Jordan Webster and Craig Morris have also taken over the starting wing spots. The attacking mids have excelled in creating offence from the sides and both have 3 goals and an assist so far and have really looked good. Fransisco Prats Bastidas has been the star man so far this season, like last season. So far he has compiled an astonishing 7 goals and 6 assists in the central attacking mid role. His form has been terrific and his stock continues to rise. The Spaniard has yet to play a competitive game for Spain, but has played a few friendlies and will likely make their top team soon.

With the starting midfielders pretty secure, the dilemma now comes into who subs in and out. Leading the way, performance-wise, has to be 20 year old Christian Heimeroth of Germany. The youngster has yet to score an EPL goal, but has played in 10 games so far and has never looked overmatched. Danny Griffiths, Pavle Lazovic and Alexander Jaakkola continue to try to impress, but have struggled in their games and for Lazovic and Jaakkola, rumours are starting to say they may head out of town this window. Alexander Konrad and Federico Vazquez, the only true wingers on the team, continue to get some starts and subs, but with top aerial target Bagasan Carrington out of form, they are having a tough time making the team.

At striker, Andrea Martinetti continues to dominate, although he's in a bit of a scoring slump in his last few games. With 8 goals in 12 games, he continues to threaten every time his feet touch the pitch. Bagasan Carrington has struggled a bit, and has been on the bench a lot lately. With this elite striking group though, he remains the only real aerial threat and will get his chances to redeem himself. Maic Kacanikilic has not been his best since arriving for $40,000,000 from PSG, but has scored twice in his last 4 games and sees his form improving. Josh Kitson and Adam Evans continue to try and earn starting spots, and with the F.A. Cup ties on the way, they should get their chance. Kitson also looks to get some more EPL roles, while the younger Evans expects to be a first team player next season.

Newly arrive attacking midfielder Randy Ricketts of Canada recently signed his pro contract. The 16 year old looks to be a promising prospect for the club and will no doubt get some chances in the F.A. Cup. 18 year old Winger Stephan Vieira da Costa of Germany has also impressed in his few games and it's expected he'll see some time on the pitch for the rest of the season.

-Out on loan, CM John Thalassitis has played fairly solid for Gatafe CF and looks like he'll at least get a chance on the first team to start next year.
-Winger Miles Paterson's loan in Newcastle hasn't given him the play time he wanted, but he's played fairly well in his 3 games, even scoring a goal.
-Korede Southern has enjoyed 6 appearances for Manchester United and has looked sharp in them all. The Attacking Midfielder looks to be another first team contestant next year.
-Central Back Ben Kane has yet to make an appearance for Liverpool, and it's thought that West Ham may recall him if he doesn't see any time in the first few rounds of the F.A. Cup.
-Future superstar Shaun McGlashan has impressed for the fans of Celtic. The 19 year old English striker has shown incredible growth for the Scottish side and may possibly be kept next year to challenge for a first team spot. Fans of West Ham are eagerly awaiting his arrival next year, as the homegrown talent is expected to be one of the best strikers for England in a few short seasons.
- 22 year old Bradley Chapman's loan to Sheffield Wed hasn't been terrific to this point, but he'll likely stick it out and return in the offseason with a sell sticker on him. His growth hasn't been significant since being signed by the Hammers.

Dynasty: Bloop33
01:39 AM - November 25, 2012. Written by Bloop33
Left Back - Luke Humphreys

West Ham's transformation has had a lot to do with the development of the young English fullback. At the young age of 22, he has taken over the back end of the West Ham side, and has also been a big factor in the improvement of the English National Team. Early on this season, he was named the captain of the Hammers and has help lead the team to the top of the table.

Signed as a 16 year old from a youth squad, the youngster almost immediately became a starter in a transforming backfield. As the years went on, his development seemed to surpass that of his peers and it didn't go unnoticed as he started nearly every game for West Ham in the past 4 seasons. He's developed into a great tactician from the back and is looked upon to work the ball up the field quickly so the speedy forwards can get a fast break chance.

Manager Barrons has said publicly that Humphreys is the soul of the team, his leadership is looked upon by his teammates, even the older ones, as something they would love to give off themselves. On a team who's strength comes from midfield and attacking, he has solidified a back four that struggled to mesh in Barrons' first few seasons, but has really found a nice chemistry this year.

Only 5'11", he isn't expected to win too many headers when they come his way, but due to the work he puts in to each and every practice and game, he is able to somehow win them at crucial moments to defend the West Ham goal. The fans of England are also thrilled to have him come in so quick to replace former superstar Ashley Cole. He made his England debut at age 17, and recently competed for them at the World Cup. Although it was a disappointing tournament for England, his stock raised tremendously as his form seemed to peak in their biggest games.

West Ham appear poised to stay in contention for the EPL title this season, and to do that they'll need to have a great back four. That goal is much easier achieved with Luke Humphreys back there shouting commands and playing his heart out each game. At such a young age, he recently re-signed his contract with the team and looks to be a key player in the years to come for one of the nicest young teams in not only England, but the world.
Dynasty: Bloop33
12:19 AM - November 25, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Los Angeles Lakers at Miami Heat
Nov 24, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Los Angeles (CPU)2522212492
Miami (Me)29283529121
Los Angeles Lakers
Darius Morris, PG352/70/10/0640034
Kobe Bryant, SG3811/310/52/25330024
Metta World Peace, SF414/110/30/0632128
Pau Gasol, PF357/120/00/07000214
Dwight Howard, C3712/170/04/1010240028
Chris Duhon, PG141/40/10/0020002
Jordan Hill, C142/50/03/4301007
Antawn Jamison, PF140/50/10/0300000
Jodie Meeks, SG132/81/30/0110005
Devin Ebanks, SF30/00/00/0000000
TEAM TOTALS41/1001/149/164115101792
Miami Heat
Mario Chalmers, PG355/73/50/00300113
Dwyane Wade, SG3510/181/33/43711324
Shane Battier, SF305/93/60/05120113
LeBron James, PF3612/191/29/1091101634
Chris Bosh, C344/80/04/413420012
Ray Allen, SG264/103/40/04202211
Udonis Haslem, PF141/10/00/0810012
Norris Cole, PG141/20/00/0220022
Rashard Lewis, SF123/52/42/25002010
Mike Miller, SF90/10/10/0200000
TEAM TOTALS45/8013/2518/2051315616121
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Saturday, November 24, 2012
09:33 PM - November 24, 2012. Written by pelletgun527
2012 NFL Week 6 Scores
Thursday's Games
Steelers (3-2) 43 @ Titans (1-5) 16
Sunday's Games
Raiders (1-4) 23 @ Falcons (2-4) 38
Chiefs (3-3) 14 @ Buccaneers (2-3) 34
Colts (3-2) 29 @ Jets (1-5) 24
Bengals (4-2) 17 @ Browns (1-5) 34
Lions (3-2) 33 @ Eagles (3-3) 27
Rams (3-3) 25 @ Dolphins (0-6) 18
Cowboys (2-3) 17 @ Ravens (5-1) 30
Bills (4-2) 38 @ Cardinals (2-4) 23
Patriots (4-2) 28 @ Seahawks (6-0) 40
Giants (4-2) 9 @ 49ers (5-1) 36
Vikings (4-2) 20 @ Redskins (3-3) 15
Packers (4-2) 33 @ Texans (4-2) 14
Monday's Games
Broncos (3-3) 16 @ Chargers (3-3) 33
BYE WEEKS: Bears, Jaguars, Panthers, Saints
Dynasty: pelletgun527
09:32 PM - November 24, 2012. Written by jhendricks316
I must admit. The FBS Quality Committee was left with their heads scratched by the number of upsets this year. There was only one undefeated in the National Championship, and the #2 team had 2 losses.

This offseason, we want to put a premium on grouping teams of similar strength and geography. We aren't rewarding successful underdogs after the poor examples of Toledo and Iowa State.

The Big 10, Pac-12, and SEC will remain as "super-conferences", but we look to expand some non-AQ conferences.

Firstly, the FBS Quality Committee has promoted:
  • UConn to the Atlantic Division of the ACC.
  • Air Force to the South Division of the Pac-12.

As a result, the FBS Quality Committee has revoked:
  • the AQ status of the Big East Conference.

Also as a result, Colorado:
  • moves from the Pac-12 South to the Pac-12 North.

Secondly, the FBS Quality Committee mandates that:
  • Maryland joins the Big 10 Legends Division.
  • Rutgers joins the Big 10 Leaders Division.
  • Tulsa joins the West Division of Conference USA.
  • Iowa State joins the East Division of Conference USA.
  • Toledo joins the Big East.
  • Oregon State joins the Mountain West Conference.
  • Washington State joins the Mountain West Conference.
  • Memphis joins the Sun Belt.
  • North Texas joins the WAC.
Dynasty: jhendricks316
08:49 PM - November 24, 2012. Written by jhendricks316
Kicker Willie Hawkins sets a new NCAA record for field goals made in a season with 40.
Coach Mark Dantonio extends his current winning streak to 70 games.
Cornerback Connor Jackson sets a new school record with 10 interceptions in a season.

Players Leaving
The Spartans had 2 1st Round selections, 1 2nd Round selection, and 2 6th Round selections.
We also persuaded 100% of our underclassmen to stay, rather than declare pro.
There was one transfer.

For the second consecutive season, Michigan State was ranked with the best incoming recruiting class. Thankfully, we filled all needs before the offseason.
Dynasty: jhendricks316
08:20 PM - November 24, 2012. Written by jhendricks316
After surprisingly rolling over (2) Ohio State in the B1G Championship, Michigan State rightly earned their berth in the National Championship.

Their opponent, Florida State sneaked into the game after not being eligible for the ACC Championship. (They lost the berth in a tiebreak.) The favorite, Georgia Tech, was upset by Clemson, thus allowing the opportunity. Pac-12 champion, (5) Stanford, was originally predicted to win the berth.

Aside from that, the game began as a defensive struggle. Michigan State was never down, but their largest 1st half lead was only a touchdown. Florida State was shut out in the 2nd half, and the Spartan passing attack made some key connections. 10 unanswered points late sealed the deal for the championship.

Florida State Seminoles at Michigan State Spartans
#2 Florida State Seminoles (10-3 (7-2))0700-7
#1 Michigan State Spartans (14-0 (10-0))7773-24
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense86321
Rushing Yards12133
Passing Yards74188
First Downs712
Punt Return Yards2144
Kick Return Yards5522
Total Yards162387
3rd Down Converstion2/136/15
4th Down Conversion0/10/2
2-Point Conversion0/00/0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0-02-1
Posession Time13:4518:15
Dynasty: jhendricks316
08:06 PM - November 24, 2012. Written by olivertheorem
North Dakota Fighting Sioux at Texas-Pan American Broncs
Feb 1, 20121ST2NDSCORE
North Dakota (3-18, 3-2)341549
Texas-Pan American (9-12, 5-2)391251
North Dakota Fighting Sioux
C Kyle Simone344-81-10-0710129
F Domingo Sumpter302-40-00-0400214
G Renato Coldiron192-70-01-4321025
G William Thompson150-10-00-0200010
G Booker Cade293-90-33-3244019
G Victorino Gimenez213-50-00-0210026
F/C John Meyer111-20-00-0211002
G Edward Langford111-30-00-0120012
G Andrew Graham101-41-22-3301025
G John Green90-30-20-0000010
G/F Jan Hornung60-10-02-2021002
F Ward Dunlop42-20-01-1000005
TEAM TOTALS19-492-89-132613831349
Texas-Pan American Broncs
C Thomas Shuler301-10-00-0410052
F Werner Bogen262-40-22-2610026
F Elvis Cruz163-60-02-4400008
G Kenneth Anson291-41-14-6202027
G Nicolas Luttrell251-40-02-3300024
F Steven Pilcher234-80-01-2500129
G Wally Shirey204-60-13-62110311
C Chris Witham170-00-01-2410011
G Nelson Wight90-00-02-4000012
F Randall Burns30-10-01-2111011
TEAM TOTALS16-341-418-31315411951
Dynasty: olivertheorem
Chicago Bears at Jacksonville Jaguars
Oct 7, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Chicago Bears (1-3)7177031
Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3)070613
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense445429
Rushing Yards141 91
Passing Yards304338
First Downs920
Punt Return Yards606
Kick Return Yards29141
Total Yards534576
3rd Down Converstion6-115-15
4th Down Conversion0-01-3
2-Point Conversion0-00-1
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/11/0
Posession Time15:1940:41
Scoring Summary
11:01(CHI) A.Jeffery 81 Yd pass from J.Cutler70
12:56(CHI) M.Forte 80 Yd run 140
5:12(CHI) M.Forte 24 Yd run210
2:52(JAC) J.Blackmon 59 Yd pass from C.Henne217
0:29(CHI) R.Gould 31 Yd FG247
1:49(CHI) A.Allen 3 Yd run317
2:31(JAC) M.Stovall 12 Yd pass from C.Henne (2pt failed)3113
Chicago Bears
Jacksonville Jaguars
C.Shorts III67312.10
Dynasty: pelletgun527