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Video Game: EA Sports' NCAA Football '14
Gaming Console: Playstation 3
Gameplay Difficulty Level: Heisman
Recruiting Difficulty Level: Heisman
Quarter Length: 8 minutes
Gameplay Speed: Normal
Gameplay Sliders: Jarrod21's Heisman Black Sliders
Rosters: 2013-14 OS Community Rosters
Coach Progression: Slow

Dynasty Gameplay Restrictions
- No switching players on offense or defense after the snap.
- Must use coordinator's playbook.
- No audibling with first year starters at QB/MLB. No hot routes unless both QB and WR are minimum second-year starters. Audibling is limited to quick audibles (ie: run play, quick pass, man coverage)/
- Can only apply head coach skills points towards recruiting.
- Cannot run same play more than twice in a single offensive drive.
- Defense can only run base-plays when offense in no huddle.

Dynasty Roster Management Restrictions
- Minimum of 35 players on roster from state of Florida.
- Cannot convince players to stay.
- Players cannot be forced to play through injury.
- Cannot redshirt players that are part of two-deep depth chart (QBs exempt).
- Cannot redshirt 4-star or higher players (QBs exempt).
- Lower injury rating of all incoming freshman by: 10 points for QBs, 20 points for skill positions (RB/WR/DB), 30 points for TEs, FBs, LBs, 60 points for DLs/OLs.
- Once a player suffers an injury, their injury rating is deducted 5 points.
- For each 100 carries/40 receptions for a single player, their injury and stamina rating is deducted additional 5 points.
- If draft-eligible players rated 85 or higher suffers an injury that sidelines them for more than half of the remaining games, player will sit out rest of season.
- Draft-eligible players rated 88 or higher that choose to return to school will be inserted into a random generator to determine if they are forced to enter the draft.
- One roster spot reserved for long-snapper (1-star rated in-state FB/TE). This roster spot does not count against recruiting board limit.
- Cannot go over roster limit of 70 players. If this occurs, random generator will be ran to determine who is cut from team.

Dynasty Recruiting Restrictions
- Can only sign two JUCO players per recruiting class.
- No scouting of players during recruiting.
- Cannot target none-pipeline recruits unless in recruit's top ten.
- Recruiting Board limit set to Seniors on Roster + Half of Juniors on Roster (ie: 15 seniors, 10 juniors, 20 players in recruiting board).
- Once a player has been added to Recruiting Board, cannot be removed unless committed to another school or locked out.
- Cannot offer players 4-star or higher with no other offers past Week 12. These recruits will be deemed academically ineligible.
- Cannot recruit 4-star or higher QBs in back-to-back classes.
- Cannot sign more than one 3-star or higher QB in a given class.
- Cannot recruit ATH as QBs.
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y'all.

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mother.

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fucking.

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vibes.

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 00:40

You may now post as you wait with anticipation.
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Post by Chef Baze » 20 May 2020, 00:56

Put up the crosses.

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 01:02

Chef Baze wrote:
20 May 2020, 00:56
Put up the crosses.
bro?

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 01:51

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USF hires Francois as head football coach
Associated Press

Tampa, FL – The University of South Florida has hired Kansas State co-offensive coordinator Malcolm Jean-Jacques Francois as its new head football coach.

Francois last coached at Kansas State where he shared play-calling duties with Del Miller before taking over as the sole play caller last season despite sharing the title of offensive coordinator with Miller.

This marks a return to South Florida for Francois as he was part of the university's first ever football team back in 1997 under head coach Jim Leavitt. Francois was a standout receiver for North Miami Beach High School but lost interest from many high-profile programs due to academic struggles. He ultimately committed to play for Leavitt and the Bulls. After redshirting his freshman year, Francois would lead the team in receptions for his final two seasons before signing with the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent.

Francois spent one year in the NFL with the Bengals before his former coach Leavitt offered him a chance to return to South Florida as a graduate assistant. Francois was part of an offensive staff that led upsets over top-25 ranked teams such as West Virginia, Kansas, Florida State as well as the 2007 team's ascension into a #2 BCS ranking. Following Leavitt's dismissal at South Florida, Francois was hired by Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder, who Leavitt worked under prior to arriving at South Florida.

Francois replaces Skip Holtz, who was fired last Sunday. The Bulls completed the 2012 campaign, their third under Holtz's direction, with a 3-9 record. South Florida went just 5-16 in Big East play and 16-21 overall during Holtz's tenure, which began in January of 2010 after the university hired the 48-year- old following a successful five-year stint with East Carolina.

Playing Career
  • South Florida (1997-2001)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (2002)

Coaching Career
  • 2002 South Florida (Graduate Assistant)
  • 2003 South Florida (Recruiting Coordinator)
  • 2004-2005 South Florida (Offensive Assistant)
  • 2006-2009 South Florida (WR)
  • 2010-2012 Kansas State (co-OC/WR)
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Post by djp73 » 20 May 2020, 09:27

Roster is 70 not 75

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 12:12

djp73 wrote:
20 May 2020, 09:27
Roster is 70 not 75
Thanks loc, I'll adjust

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 16:32

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USF 2013 Football Schedule Released
Cooper Byrd -- Dynasty Sports Staff Writer

With the American Conference slate finally released on Tuesday, USF has announced the complete 2013 schedule.

The 2013 schedule consists of nine American Conference games and three non-conference games highlighted with match-ups with a home game against Miami and road contest at Michigan State.

The Bulls open the year on Saturday, Aug. 31 face the Michigan State Spartans. USF continues their non-conference slate at home against FAU and then will host Miami for a big in-state rivalry game.

2013 Schedule
Aug. 31 at Michigan State
Sep. 7 vs. Florida Atlantic
Sep. 14 vs. Miami
Sep. 20 vs. Tulsa
OPEN
Oct. 5 at Cincinnati
Oct. 12 at Connecticut
OPEN
Oct. 26 vs. East Carolina
Oct. 31 at Houston
Nov. 9 vs. Temple
Nov 16 vs. Memphis
Nov. 23 at SMU
Nov. 29 at UCF

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 17:25

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Can USF hang on to four-stars Corbett and Ward?
Eddie Fernandez -- 247 Sports USF Insider

Despite back-to-back losing seasons, the recruiting cupboard for newly hired head coach Malcolm Francois isn't bare. USF currently has 7 verbal commitments in the class, including four-star defensive end Sheldon Corbett and running back Leon Ward.

Corbett and Ward received bumps in the rankings following successful junior campaigns with both earning their fourth star this summer. This has brought Florida State and Miami into the picture for Ward while Georgia Tech and Mississippi State are the latest Power 5 schools to come sniffing around for Corbett.

Francois' recruiting prowess and youthful exuberance are why USF made the hire. Will he be able to turn that into a formidable debut class?

2013 USF Recruiting Board
Quarterbacks
#16 QB-PP Grant Oliver | 6'2", 219lbs | Panthersville, GA | 3-star | UNC, USF, IOWA, CAL, WISC
#98 QB-DT James Wilson | 6'6", 220lbs | Villa Rica, GA | 2-star | USF, NEV, TAMU, TEMPLE, CLEM

USF is all-in on Oliver as their quarterback for this class. The Georgia product is limited as an athlete and doesn't have the greatest accuracy but in terms of prototypical size and arm, Oliver is a good take for the Bulls if they're able to make some ground up against North Carolina. Wilson is a decent backup option if they strike out on Oliver as his size and athleticism makes things interesting.

Running back
#11 HB Leonard Ward | 6'0", 186lbs | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 4-star | USF, FSU, MIA, UCF [verbal commit]
#53 HB Richard Miller | 6'2", 217lbs | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3-star | USF, UNC, ILLINOIS, ALABAMA
#63 HB Brett Horton | 6'1", 184lbs | Moultrie, GA | 3-star | USF, GSU, UGA, NCST, FIU

In a perfect world, USF signs all three but that likely won't happen and can't happen with proper roster management in mind. USF is in for a dog fight with Ward, a fight they'll likely lose once the big dogs come knocking hard on Ward's door. Horton at this point isn't a good take in my opinion but if they lose Ward and maybe even Miller as well, USF could do much worse than taking in Horton.

Wide Receiver
#39 WR Tyrone Gibbons | 6'3", 207lbs | Eustis, FL | 4-star | USF, SOUTH CAROLINA, UCF, MISS. ST, OLE MISS [verbal commit]
#70 WR Chris Walker | 6'4", 198lbs | West Augusta, GA | 3-star | UGA, USF, NCSTATE

Gibbons is another four-star in the deck currently for USF and yet again, they'll need to fight to keep him. Walker is a Georgia lean but the Bulldogs aren't ready to accept his commitment. If USF can make some headway while Georgia decides, they might be able to flip him.

Offensive Line
#14 C Shane Moore | 6'4", 303lbs | Pinellas Park, FL | 3-star | FIU, USF, FAU, SOUTH ALABAMA, GSU
#24 C Phil Horne | 6'0", 277lbs | Vestavia Hills, AL | 3-star | TROY, FSU, USF, MIA
#76 T Terry Scales | 6'3", 315lbs | Farmington, MI | 3-star | IOWA, USF, ILLINOIS, TEMPLE, UCONN
#119 T David Mitchell [juco] | 6'6", 333lbs | Valdosta, GA | 2-star | USF, ILLINOIS, FSU, IOWA [verbal commit]

Going after out-of-state linemen that Iowa is also recruiting might be a good strategy for Francois. Mitchell is yet another Georgia kid on the Bulls' recruiting board. If they can keep Mitchell in the class as a plug-and-play JUCO signee and then add Scales as a project at right tackle, this is a good haul on the offensive line.

The only in-state kid on the offensive line might be the most important one and that's Moore. Moore grades out as a borderline three-star that with a few bumps, can easily find himself as a four star.

Defensive Line
#14 DE Sheldon Corbett | 6'7", 237lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | USF, UCF, GT, TROY, MISS STATE [verbal commit]
#113 DE Travis Elbert | 6'2", 242lbs | Maryville, TN | 3-star | TEN, USF, USC, UCONN, NEV
#121 DE David Conley | 6'4", 244lbs | Elroy, NC | 3-star | TEX, USF, NEV, USC, UCONN
#70 DT Ross Barron | 6'2", 293lbs | Miami, FL | 3-star | UNC, USF, FIU, WVU
#53 DT Kris Whitaker | 6'7", 280lbs | Sweetwater, FL | 3-star | FAU, FIU, UCF, USF, SOUTH ALABAMA

The star of the recruiting class is Corbett although all reports point to him re-opening his recruitment. USF simply cannot afford to lose a player like Corbett although at this point, it's looking like it's going to be a fight. USF also doesn't have great backup options either. Elbert and Conley are formidable but nothing to write home about.

Another big get for the Bulls would be defensive tackle Ross Barron. A pairing of Corbertt and Barron would be a nice one-two combo. USF must also try to avoid losing hometown kid Whitaker to a rival such as UCF.

Linebacker
#24 OLB Jeffrey Reese | 6'2", 238lbs | Plant City, FL | 3-star | USF, MISS ST, FAU, FIU, UF [verbal commit]
#20 ILB Drew Graham | 6'0", 236lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | UCF, USF, SOUTHERN MISS, GT, OLE MISS
#23 ILB Gary Prince | 6'3", 235lbs | Waggaman, LA | 3-star | ILLINOIS, LSU, USF, IDAHO
#55 ILB Alfred Jordan | 5'9", 228lbs Tupelo, MS | 3-star | USF, UNC, ILLINOIS, CINCINNATI, MISS STATE [verbal commit]

It starts with the in-state kids at linebacker with four-star inside linebacker Graham being a top target for the Bulls. Getting him along with keeping Reese and Jordan will give USF a trio at linebacker that can man their defense for years to come.

Defensive Back
#38 CB Antwan Shaw | 6'1", 174lbs | Miami, FL | 3-star | UCF, USF, FAU, FIU, SOUTHERN MISS
#26 S Tavarious Bailey | 6'2", 199lbs | Lehigh Acres, FL | 3-star | USF, FIU, UCF, FAU, TROY [verbal commit]

USF has plenty of depth in the secondary and youth. They'll be able to focus in on just Shaw and keeping Bailey at bay.

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 21:25

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Michigan State shuts down Bulls offense as Eveld struggles in Francois' head coaching debut
August 31, 2013 -- Spartan Stadium (East Lansing, MI)
South Florida Bulls (0-0) at Michigan State Spartans (0-0)

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USF - 6 / 3 / 0 / 7 // 16
MSU - 7 / 14 / 6 / 7 // 34
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Scoring Summary
Quarter 1
7:53 (USF) M. Kloss, 43 Yd FG
3:19 (MSU) A. Maxwell, 11 Yd run
1:16 (USF) M. Kloss, 43 Yd FG

Quarter 2
7:44 (MSU) J. Langford, 1 Yd run
2:52 (MSU) J. Langford, 20 Yd pass from A. Maxwell
0:56 (USF) M. Kloss, 37 Yd FG

Quarter 3
5:35 (MSU) K. Muma, 28 Yd FG
0:33 (MSU) K. Muma, 43 Yd FG

Quarter 4
4:55 (MSU) A. Gleichert, 2 Yd pass from A. Maxwell
2:31 (USF) C. Dunkley, 5 Yd pass from B. Eveld

South Florida Bulls (0-1)
QB Bobby Eveld, Senior: 15 of 27, 140 touchdowns, touchdown, 4 interceptions.
HB Marcus Shaw, Senior: 13 carries, 45 yards.
HB Michael Pierre, RS Junior: 6 receptions, 51 yards.
WR Chris Dunkley, RS Junior: 4 receptions, 28 yards, touchdown.
WR D'vario Montgomery, Sophomore: 3 receptions, 32 yards.
WR Andre Davis, Junior: 3 receptions, 27 yards.
OLB Zack Bullock, RS Sophomore: 8 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, sack.
CB Lamar Robins: 5 tackles, interception.
DE Aaron Lynch, RS Sophomore: 4 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, sack.

Michigan State Spartans (1-0)
QB Andrew Maxwell, RS Senior: 20 of 24, 180 yards, 2 touchdowns, interception.
HB Jeremy Langford, RS Junior: 23 carries, 106 yards, touchdown, 7 receptions, 57 yards.
TE Andrew Gleichert, RS Junior: 5 receptions, 46 yards, touchdown.
S Kurtis Drummond, RS Junior: 8 tackles, interception.
CB Trae Waynes, RS Sophomore: 4 tackles, interception.
LB Max Bullough, Senior: 4 tackles, interception.
S Isaiah Lewis, Senior: 4 tackles, interception.

Next Game: vs. Florida Atlantic (0-1)
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Post by Captain Canada » 20 May 2020, 21:32

4 interceptions :curtain:

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Post by Soapy » 20 May 2020, 21:39

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Week 1 Top Stories
1. South Carolina is left with many unanswered questions after losing their opener vs. North Carolina.
2. Gamecocks look forward to opening SEC play against #13 Georgia.
3. Iowa loses LB James Morris to partially torn PCL but wins season opener.
4. Florida State celebrates going 1-0 in conference play.
5. The big ticket this week is the rivalry game between Michigan and Notre Dame.
6. The Sooners are all geared up to start their conference schedule this weekend.
7. Fans in South Bend are happy with Notre Dame's win over Temple.
8. Texas A&M's Malena is Player of the Week after season-opening win.

Week 2 Notable Games
West Virginia (1-0, 0-0) at #10 Oklahoma (1-0, 0-0)
#17 South Carolina (0-1, 0-0) at #13 Georgia (0-1, 0-1)
#6 Notre Dame (1-0, 0-0) at #18 Michigan (0-0, 0-0)

NCAA Players of the Week
Brett Hundley (QB, UCLA) :: W vs. Nevada :: 17 of 33, 279 yards, 13 carries, 70 yards, 6 total touchdowns.
Rodman Noel (OLB, NC State) :: W vs. LTU :: 5 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, sack, forced fumble, 2 fumble recoveries.

AAC Players of the Week
David Piland (QB, Houston) :: W vs. FCS SE :: 22 of 42, 336 yards, 3 touchdowns.
Brandon Henderson (LB, SMU) :: W vs. Texas Tech :: 14 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 2 sacks.

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Post by Soapy » 21 May 2020, 00:34

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Lynch ties school record for sacks in a game as Francois earns first win at USF
September 7th, 2013 -- Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
Florida Atlantic Owls (0-1) at South Florida Bulls (0-1)

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FAU - 0 / 3 / 7 / 6 // 16
USF - 7 / 14 / 7 / 7 // 35
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South Florida Bulls (1-1, 0-0)
QB Bobby Eveld, Senior: 13 of 18, 197 yards, touchdown, 2 interceptions.
HB Michael Pierre, RS Junior: 20 carries, 98 yards, touchdown.
HB Marcus Shaw, Senior: 8 carries, 32 yards, touchdown, 2 receptions, 41 yards.
HB Darius Tice, Freshman: 5 carries, 52 yards, touchdown.
TE Sean Price, Sophomore: 5 receptions, 78 yards.
WR Chris Dunkley, RS Junior: 4 receptions, 54 yards, touchdown.
LB Dede Lattimore, RS Senior: 8 tackles.
DE Aaron Lynch, RS Sophomore: 8 tackles, 6 tackles for loss, 4 sacks.
CB Chris Bivins, Sophomore: 5 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, interception.

Florida Atlantic Owls (0-2, 0-0)
QB Jaquez Johnson, Sophomore: 26 of 40, 245 yards, touchdown, interception.
HB Jonathan Wallace, Senior: 10 carries, 52 yards, touchdown, 5 receptions, 42 yards.
WR Jenson Stoshak, Sophomore: 7 receptions, 95 yards.
TE Nexon Dorvilus, RS Senior: 3 receptions, 40 yards.
S Winfred Strickland, RS Senior: 8 tackles, interception.
CB Keith Reasor, RS Senior: 4 tackles, interception.
DT Brandin Bryant, RS Sophomore: 3 tackles, tackle for loss, sack.

Next Game: vs. Miami (1-0, 0-0)

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Post by Soapy » 21 May 2020, 00:47

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Week 2 Top Stories
1. Gurley and Georgia knock off SEC opponent South Carolina 31-24.
2. Alabama's upcoming conference opener with #4 Texas A&M has everyone excited.
3. Commodores begin SEC play with a highly anticipated battle with South Carolina.
4. Sooners win their Big 12 opener 43-22 against West Virginia.
5. Lee and USC prepare for their Pac-12 opener against Washington.

Week 2 Notable Games
#25 Vanderbilt (1-0, 0-0) at #24 South Carolina (0-2, 0-1)
#1 Alabama (1-0, 0-0) at #4 Texas A&M (2-0, 0-0)
#19 Nebraska (2-0, 0-0) at Wisconsin (2-0, 1-0)
#21 Ole Miss (2-0, 1-0) at #14 Texas (2-0, 0-0)

NCAA Players of the Week
Jhurrell Pressley (HB, New Mexico State) :: W vs. UTEP :: 47 carries, 201 yards, 4 touchdowns.
Jared Collins (CB, Arkansas) :: W vs. FCS :: 3 tackles, tackle for loss, forced fumble, 3 interceptions.

AAC Players of the Week
Ralph David Abernathy IV (HB, Cincinnati) :: W vs. Cincinnati :: 25 carries, 154 yards, touchdown, 5 receptions, 77 yards, touchdown.
Jefferson Ashiru (OLB, Connecticut) :: W vs. Buffalo :: 6 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, sack, 2 interceptions.
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