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Custom Playbooks Spread/Pro Offense - 3-3-5/Hybrid Defense
20-21 Rosters, except for 6 TB teams (all 6 teams from 2013, I believe).


Recruiting Rules
1* Prestige, Can only recruit 3* in top 1, 2* & 1* can be freely recruited
2* Prestige, Can only recruit 3* in top 5, 2* & 1* can be freely recruited
3* Prestige, Can only recruit 4* in top 1, 3* in top 7, 2* & 1* can be freely recruited
4* Prestige, Can only recruit 4* in top 3, 3* & Below can be freely recruited
5* Prestige, Can only recruit 5* in top 2, 4* in top 7, 3* * Below can be freely recruited
6* Prestige, Can freely recruit anyone.

Can only Scout players in Preseason or after they have committed.

Relegation/Scheduling Rules;
Relegation:
There are 10 conferences, Power 5 (16 team conferences), Group of 5 (9 Team conferences) and 1 Independent team (saved for the worst record out of the G5 Schools)
Each P5 Conference has 2 8 team divisions and a G5 Affiliate conference.
-The worst team in each Conference division gets relegated to the G5 Affiliate
-The Two best G5 teams get Promoted to the P5
BCS Bowl Games:
P5 conference champions will earn a guaranteed sport in the BCS Bowls.
The other 3 BCS spots are open.

Scheduling:
Power 5 Team: Must play 2 other P5 teams and 1 G5 Affiliate school.
Group of 5 Team: Must Play 2 P5 conference Affiliate teams, 2 G5 teams.

Also- Whatever Schools we sign with, Must be there for 2 years before leaving for better jobs. Unless I’m a Coordinator of a school and they offer the HC position. Example, I’m the OC of Temple, their HC leaves and Temple offers me the job, I can take it, since I’m not leaving the school.
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Coach Doctor History
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Season Recaps, Bowl Births, Team Leaders
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School Awards, Dynasty Hall of Famee
This is where All Americans, All Conference Players, and Award Winners will be. Also our Dynasty Hall of Fame for the extraordinary players.
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NCAA Yearly Recaps


Here we will host the overview for the total NCAA year so, Conference Champs, BCS Bowl Outcomes and Stat Leaders by year.
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NCAA Yearly Awards


Each Year's Award winners will be here.
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Charlotte to hire new OC


AP- News out of Charlotte, NC today where the Charlotte 49ers have decided to hire a new Offensive Coordinator. They announced the hiring of Michael Doctor, who left his post as Oregon State’s Director of On-Campus Recruiting to take the position. Head Coach Brad Lambert said “We think we found someone who hasn’t got a real shot to be a coach and we think Michael will be a great addition to the staff”.

Michael Doctor played at Oregon State from 2010-2014, amassing 253 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 6 INT, 1 Forced Fumble and a touchdown in his 51 game career. On switching to being an offensive coordinator Doctor said “I also played running back in high school and I love scheming against defenses that I played against and learned in College. And now that I’m not the one getting hit, I want to focus on the side of the ball where I fell in love with the game”.

Doctor is a surprising hire for the 49ers. He came out of virtually nowhere. He has little coaching experience and none at the college level. He was a recruiting director at Oregon State. “I just want to teach the game like I was taught, like Coach (Mike) Riley and recently by Coach (Jonathan) Smith. I respect both guys so much and I want coach kids like they do” Doctor finished up with.

Doctor will bring some of his Oregon State responsibilities to Charlotte, he is also the head of recruiting. The 49ers will kick off spring camp in a week. Check back for a spring review, where we will break down the roster and camp battles.

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NCAA to Implement New System for FBS Football

Indianapolis,IN- Today the NCAA has announced it is going with a new college football system for the FBS division. It also announced the military service academies would no longer be apart of the FBS division, citing the player weight requirements put them at a disadvantage to truly compete for a National Title. Three new teams have been added to the FBS division in their place along with three additional teams who replaced UMass, Idaho and New Mexico State. Who also went down to the FCS. The six new FBS schools are Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Georgia Southern, Appalachian State, North Dakota State and James Madison.

The new FBS system is akin to world soccer's relegation system. Each Power 5 conference has expanded to 16 teams, so the Power 5 conferences now consist of the top 80 teams in college football. Each Power 5 conference has a Group of 5 conference affiliate. Each Power 5 conference consists of two 8 team divisions, the winners will face each other in the conference title game and the teams with the worst record in each division will be relegated to the affiliate conference with the top two teams from the affiliate being promoted to the Power 5. The team with the worst record in the G5 conferences will become an independent. For a full breakdown of the conferences and affiliates check the table below. There were some shake ups even in the Power 5, for example Nebraska is back in the Big 12.

"We feel expanding the Power 5 conferences giving the top 80 schools a chance at the national title is the most fair thing we can do. We do not think the G5 will be negatively impacted but instead will be overall for this" NCAA President Mark Emmert said.
It's unknown if the G5 will be better off but the fact is more teams have a shot at a national title every year. There is more balance in college football and that means a more exciting season.
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QB Matt Johnson surveys the field during the spring game



Spring Ball Recap


Entering their first season of FBS play this year, this spring is very important for the 49ers. The extremely young team had it's up and downs in spring practices. The offense is led by redshirt freshman QB Matt Johnson. Johnson has a solid arm but his real strength is his ability to scramble when the play breaks down. Look fo offensive coordinator Michael Doctor to use him in some roll out plays to use Johnson's mobility to his advantage. The running game is lead by redshirt freshman running back Alan Barnwell and will be complemented by redshirt sophomore DaMarrell Alexander. Redshirt junior Quinton Goy will see snaps at fullback. "Yes, we use a full back in my offense. but not in the traditional I-Form or strong sets." Coach Doctor said

The receiving corps is led by three true freshman, Austin Duke, Will Thomas and Trent Bostick. Most of Charlotte's new offense utilizes three receiver sets. Redshirt freshman Justin Bolus and redshirt senior CJ Crawford are the two main tight ends on the roster. Doctor's offense uses a tight end frequently. "The position (tight end) is an important one for us. Not only in the passing game but as a blocker in the run game. Our guys need to be able to run block." Coach Doctor added.

The offensive line is very young and very inexperienced. The lone standout is junior guard Daniel Blitch. He will be responsible for leading this group and getting this group to improve throughout the season. The offensive line is the weakness in the offense. We will have to see if the line is what holds the offense back.

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FS Desmond Cooper intercepts a pass in the spring game

The defense is led by its linebacking corps.redshirt junior middle linebacker Micah Bryan. He's flanked by true freshman Terry Caldwell on the left and true freshman Nico Alcalde on the right. Freshmen Kendal Parker and Rick LeGrant are expected to play major backup roles across all three positions. All 5 linebackers have good speed and are solid tacklers.

The corners are led by true freshman Terrence Winchester and Jordan Abrams. This group is very young and will rely on the safeties to help them throughout the season. Junior free safety Desmond Cooper and Junior strong safety Martay Mattox will fill the duties of secondary leaders. Sophomore Ardy Holmes will serve as a backup for each. While the corners are young they have good athletic gifts, its to be seen if their ball skills will hold up against the tougher opponents.

Like it's offensive counterpart, the defensive line is the weakest part of the defense. With freshmen at all three starting positions. Ends James Middleton and Brandon Banks show a lot of promise. Freshman tackles Larry Ogunjobi and Tank Norman will be counted on to fill the gap of the interior. If any of the four get injured it's thin behind them. The defense as a whole will need to make major strides to win many games this season. There is a chance that Charlotte might contend for the independent spot in the new FBS system and that isn't a good thing. The lone independent team is the worst of the G5 conferences. We will have a season preview in the coming days. For a full view of the depth chart, check below for the breakdown.


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I'm definitely following along man.

Let's start the legacy :blessed:
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Schedule Release and Season Preview

As stated at the end of our spring coverage, this season looks to be a challenging one for the 49ers. They are the youngest team in the FBS.
Looking over the schedule and according to Vegas, the only games the 49ers have a chance in are Week 1 at Akron and Weeks 13 and 14 against James Madison
and Coastal Carolina, who also made the FBS leap this year.

The biggest tests come in weeks 3 & 5 the 49ers face their biggest challenges of the year against NC State and Miami (FL). Both games are on the road and
we'll see how well new offensive coordinator Michael Doctor's scheme works against top level competition.

Conference Outlook

Vegas has Charlotte finishing at the bottom of the conference standings. They are also the favorites to land as the independent team this year.
East Carolina is the favorite to win the conference with Florida Atlantic and Buffalo as the lead challengers. Connecticut and Florida International are expected to also
make a run for the conference.

HB Alan Barnwell and Terrence Winchester have been named to the pre-season all-conference first team, while QB Matt Johnson, RG Daniel Blutch, RE James Middleton
and SS Martay Mattox were named to pre-season all-conference second team.

National Outlook


Clemson QB Trevor Lawerence and Ohio State QB Justin Fields lead the Heisman race with Alabama RB Najee Harris, Oklahoma State RB Chuba Hubbard
and LSU WR Ja'Marr CHase just behind them.

The top five teams in the country are Clemson, Ohio State, Alabama, Georgia and LSU. The SEC looks to be a battle this year. While Clemson should repeat as
ACC champions. Ohio State is the favorite in the Big 10, Oklahoma in the Big 12 and Oregon is the overwhelming favorite in the Pac 12. On the relegation side of things,
Temple and Syracuse are the favorites to be relegated in the ACC, Kansas and North Texas in the Big 12, Rutgers and Illinois in the Big 10, Colorado and
Hawaii in the Pac-12 and Arkansas State and Vanderbilt in the SEC. College Football has added not only a great championship race but now even the bottom
feeder teams will look to fight.


Stay tuned for our Week 1 preview for the 49ers at Akron.
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Looks good! Definitely following along!
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Game Preview: Week 1 @ Akron



Like the start of every new season, week 1 is the great unknown. The team spends all spring and all summer camp hitting each other.
It isn't until week 1, where you finally get to take out camp frustrations on another team. This year Charlotte gets to start the year
off with a team on their level. Usually a team like Charlotte gets to open the season with a powerhouse and a nice check from them. This year
that isn't until week 3. The 49ers get to test their merit against the Zips of Akron in Akron. While opening on the road is never easy, this game
is winnable for the 49ers

On offense the Zips QB Kato Nelson leads the way with two very talented receivers in Nate Stewart and Andre Williams Jr. The passing attack is lethal
when Akron's offensive line gives Nelson time to throw. That's where the 49er defense can make a difference. Akron's offensive line isn't the strongest out
there. If the 49er defense can get the Zips passing game off it's groove and force them to run the ball, Charlotte has a chance to win the game. The Akron
run game isn't the strongest and it plays into the 49ers' defense strength.

Defensively the Zips have a solid secondary. Passing on either of their corners Randy Cochran Jr or Jalen Hooks will only be bad news for the Charlotte offense.
The Akron defensive line isn't the strongest in the world either. If 49ers want to run they should be able to. While the defensive line isn't the best, their linebackers
can make plays. It all depends if Charlotte QB Matt Johnson can make the big pass plays when they are set up.

Prediction:

I think this will be a telling game for how the season will go for the 49ers. Ultimately I think it will be a hard fought game but the 49ers will come up short.
Score prediction 28-17 Zips.


Akron's Key Players:

Offense
QB Kato Nelson
WR Nate Stewart
WR Andre Williams Jr.

Defense
FS Woobeny Guerrier
CB Randy Cochran Jr.
CB Jalen Hooks
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Post by Caesar » 17 Jun 2020, 01:32

Akron will be tough to start with since they grade out a bit better than your team. Hopefully you start with a bang, though.
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Charlotte Blasts Akron in Season Debut
It started with a bang, Austin Duke returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown. 102 yards and the 49ers were on the board. The defense stepped up big
in early on forcing Akron to two, three and outs to start off the game. The offense rewarded them with two touchdowns. One by RB Alan Barnwell which capped off
a grind it out first opening drive where the 49ers pounded the ball. The lead was 13-0 49ers. The Zips answered back quickly making it 13-7. New offensive coordinator
Michael Doctor drew up the perfect play action to get the defense to bite. Matt Johnson hit a wide open Will Thomas for an NCAA record 84 yard touchdown pass, 20-7 Charlotte.

Akron wouldn't back down they capped off a nice drive to start the second quarter with a Cole Gest 4 yard touchdown, 20-14. The 49ers would score again, off a
3 yard run by Barnwell for his second score of the night. 27-14. The Zips would then grind the clock inside of two minutes and grab another touchdown, this one by
back up running back Teon Dollard, 27-21. With 90 seconds left in the half Matt Johnson would hit Austin Duke for a big gain and then Will Thomas. A failed run play
to catch Akron off guard, forced Charlotte to kick a FG and they did as time expired, 30-21 49ers at half.

Akron would kickoff the second half with their own 102 yard kickoff return for touchdown by Junior WR Jeremiah Knight making it a 2 point game, 30-28. This is where Charlotte stepped up.
You could feel how tense the sideline was with their lead now just two points. One costly turnover and they could be down in a game which their offense was clicking
all night. That wasn't the case though. This team led by mostly freshmen and sophomores never backed down and the guy who was the driving force was running back
Alan Barnwell. He busted a 56 yard run to bust the game open giving the 49ers the lead 37-28. After another stop by the 49er defense who played very well tonight.
The offense forced their way down the field capping the drive off with a short 3 yard slant from Johnson to Thomas for the second time in the game. After a failed two
point conversion. That score would give the 49ers their first victory in the FBS, 43-28.

The start of the fourth quarter was Akron's chance to get back in the game. They picked up two key third downs getting to first and goal from the 8 yard line.
The Charlotte defense stepped up and forced Akron to go for it on 4th down and the 49er defense then forced the incompletion to give the ball back to the offense.
The offense made a clock killing drive. The offense ran the ball down Akron's throat all game and QB Matt Johnson started out the game 9 for 9 passing.
The offense really clicked on all cylinders.
PLAYER OF THE GAME
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The Doctor Is In:

This is a special interview in every post game show with offensive coordinator Michael Doctor

Q: Did you expect this performance from your young offense tonight?

Coach Doctor: No, I didn't. We really need to give our offensive line and shout out, they played great tonight. Opening up holes to run through and giving Matt (Johnson)
the time he needed to throw. I'm really proud of those young men


Q: What did you see in their defense to keep handing the ball off?

Coach Doctor: Akron has a tremendous pass defense, we took what they gave us. The way their linebackers were setting up all night matched up with our blocking schemes.
Our guys did a great job blocking and Alan (Barnwell) hit the hole hard. That kid (Barnwell) is going to be a stud if he keeps this up. We'll count on him all year.


Q: You guys have a bye week next week then a big home opener vs NC State, Are you looking forward to that game?

Coach Doctor: Honestly, I'm just going to enjoy this win tonight with the guys on the plane trip home, then on monday morning the film study for NC State will start.

Thanks Coach and congratulations on the first victory of the year.

Coach Doctor: Thank you, have a good one
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Highlights of the Game
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84 yard pass from QB Matt Johnson to WR Will Thomas
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56 yard run by RB Alan Barnwell
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Post by djp73 » 17 Jun 2020, 11:46

smoked em!
great update format
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Post by B2theMyth » 17 Jun 2020, 16:28

Thanks! I was shocked, cause i started the game and accidentally hit the sim until on field and when i got on the field we were up 7 nothing. I had to check what happened. From there I watched as the defense did it's thing. I have a feeling NC State is going to man handle us though. Akron's OL and DL were not that good.
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Format is epic! Good way to start your first season off!
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Around The Nation
*Author note: Around the Nation, Around the Conference and Recruiting updates happen every 2 weeks

Top 25

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Some big upsets this week, Notre Dame beat Oklahoma 24-7 and Tennessee shocks oregon 35-24. The top 4 spots remain the same.
Early on we don't see too much movement in the polls. The only new team is Tennessee. UCF who was #21 who lost to Penn State 22-17.

The Race for the Heisman

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Our race is still early on and all 5 top candidates have stayed the same. After we should see more movement after week 4.
Right now Lawrence and Fields are the leaders of the pack.


Around the American Conference

Conference play doesn't kick off for a few more weeks. Here's how the American is looking after 2 weeks of play

UCONN 2-0
Florida International 1-0
Charlotte 1-0
Buffalo 1-0
Florida Atlantic 0-0
James Madison 0-0
East Carolina 0-1
Old Dominion 0-1
Coastal Carolina 0-1

Conference Stat Leaders
Passing Yards- Charlotte- Matt Johnson- 330
Passing TDs- Buffalo- Kyle Vantrease- 3
Rushing Yards- UCONN- Kevin Mensah- 273
Rushing TDs- UCONN- Kevin Mensah- 5
Receiving Yards- UCONN- Jayce Medlock- 134
Receiving TDs- Charlotte- Will Thomas- 2
Tackles (solo)- UCONN- Ian Swenson- 8
Tackles for Loss- FIU- Andrew Tarver- 6
Sacks- UCONN- Travis Jones- 2.5
Interceptions- UCONN- Diamind Harrell- 2

UCONN so far has been the dominant team since they have already played 2 games. So early in the season we do not have a lot to report on.



Charlotte Recruiting News


In recruiting news the 49ers have scheduled 5 visits so far with recruits. Right now the 5 recruits are scheduled to be visiting week 7
against Eastern Michigan, who is their last non-conference opponent. The five recruits are;

3* -DT- Nick Logan- 6'1" 291 lbs, Newton, NC- Top 3 Schools- Charlotte, Old Dominion & Memphis
2* -OT- Babatunde Evans- 6'7" 312 lbs, Kendall, FL- Top 3 Schools- Charlotte, Marshall & Memphis
1* -P- Al Heard- 6'2" 215 lbs, Tamiami, FL- Top 3 Schools- Charlotte, FIU & South Florida
2* -CB- Luke Holiday (JC)- 6'0" 191 lbs, Albany, GA- Top 3 Schools- Charlotte, Georgia Southern & Appalachian State
2* -OG- Terrence Garrison- 6'6" 264 lbs, Newton, NC- Top 3 Schools- Charlotte, Wake Forest & Old Dominion

We'll be reporting on any commitments when they happen and we'll have an update after big weekend visits. From what we are hearing,
a few more might be ready to visit after the NC State game this weekend. Charlotte is starting to generate some buzz after that week 1
win against Akron.
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Game Preview: Week 3 vs NC State

It's hard to win after a big game, and while calling a win at Akron a big game seems farfetched in Charlotte's case it is.
No one was expecting a 49ers win two weeks ago. This week the 49ers host conference affliate NC State. This game will not be easy
in any way. The Wolfpack out classes Charlotte at every position. Hell there aren't a lot of Charlotte's starters who could be backups
in Raliegh.

On offense NC State will be missing starting QB Devin Leary, redshirt sophomore Ty Evans is expected to take his place. We don't know much
about Evans. We do know he went 3/4 for 38 yards in their only game after Leary went down. NC State will look to have a balanced attack.
Though with Leary out, I expect them to run more. RB Zach Knight is a quick back who hits the hole well and can break one big at any moment.
On the outside Evans will count on wide receivers Emeka Emezie and Thayer Thomas as well as TE Cary Angeline. NC State's offensive line is
big and strong. They should protect Evans well. Charlotte's defense has their work cut out for them. The young secondary will be tested and
it will be up to the linebackers to make big plays.

On defense the Wolfpack are led by their linebacking corps, MLB Isaiah Moore and OLB Louis Acceus and Payton Wilson. They aren't the fastest corps
Charlotte will face all year but they are sure tacklers. In the secondary with FS Tanner Ingle out, NC State can be tested. They have solid corners
but the rest of the secondary isn't daunting. The defensive line has some dawgs on it. DT Alim McNeill and Defensive Ends Daniel Joseph and Val Martin
can all get to the QB. They are also pretty good at stuffing the run only giving up 98 yards last week. The 49er offense is going to have to execute
near perfectly if they want any shot at winning this game.

Prediction

I don't see this one being pretty, unfortunately. 42-7 Wolfpack

Key Players

Offense:
HB Zach Knight
WR Emeka Emezie
TE Cary Angeline

Defense:
MLB Isaiah Moore
OLB Louis Acceus
OLB Payton Wilson
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