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JeffHCross
08-27-2014, 08:36 AM
TGT Name
Team
Coach
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
Overall
Win %
Avg. Class


Escobar
:UAB:
Ricardo Escobar
6-7
6-7
1-11
7-6
4-8
24-39
0.381
80


gschwendt
:Florida:
Tommy Gschwend
5-7
8-5
11-2
11-2
10-3
45-19
0.703
44


JBHuskers
:Texas_Tech:
Jeremy Bennett
2-10
2-10
4-8
4-8
9-4
21-40
0.344
76


JeffHCross
:Ohio_State:
Jeff HCross
4-8
13-0
10-3
11-2
12-1
50-14
0.781
34


marcotte14
:Oregon:
TJ Marcotte
5-7
10-3
9-4
10-3
9-4
43-21
0.672
35


Papa LoneStar
:Texas:
Paul Shirlee
5-7
11-2
11-2
13-0
12-1
52-12
0.813
46


pearice
:USC:
Matt Price
---
---
---
---
4-8
4-8
0.333
---


psusnoop
:Penn_State:
Jeremy Etters
7-6
9-4
13-0
11-2
11-2
51-14
0.785
22


skipwondah33
:LSU:
Skip Jackson
1-11
6-7
9-4
10-3
10-3
36-28
0.563
55


Oneback

Mike Gillett
3-9
---
---
---
---
3-9
0.250
84


psuexv

Eric Veneziano
4-8
3-9
2-10
8-5
---
17-32
0.347
46


razorback44

Cole Dayz
4-8
3-9
3-9
0-12
---
10-38
0.208
65



2013
Award Winners:
Heisman: Todd Gurley II, Georgia (CPU), 235 carries, 1812 rushing yards; 27 receptions, 418 receiving yards; 28 total TDs

Maxwell: Gene Phillips, HB/WR, Texas (Papa LoneStar)
Walter Camp: Phillips, Texas

O'Brien: Logan Collier, QB, Texas
Best LB: Zach Smith, Texas
Best Ret: Trent Holmes, Florida (gschwendt)

National Champion
Alabama (CPU) def Notre Dame (CPU)

First-team All-Americans:
QB: Collier, Texas
HB: Phillips, Texas
WR: Travis Anderson, Florida
WR: Tom Daniel, Oregon (marcotte)

LB: Smith, Texas
RET: Holmes, Florida

Second-team All-Americans:
LB: Ian Herman, Oregon
OLB: Tony Commings, Michigan (Escobar)
FS: Jared Overstreet, Michigan
RET: Shelton Diggs, Texas

Freshman All-Americans:
QB: Drew Howell, Oregon
WR: Trey Kane, Texas
WR: Daniel, Oregon
TE: Charlie Howard, Arkansas (razorback44)

DT: Kyle Charles, Michigan
LB: Herman, Oregon
SS: Matt Jones, Texas
K: Kevin Flanagan, Michigan
RET: Diggs, Texas

247Sports.com Recruiting Rankings:
31. Oregon
32. Penn State
39. USC
48. Ohio State
51. Florida
62. Nebraska
66. Arkansas
73. Texas
80. Michigan
83. LSU
84. Auburn

Post-bowls Championship Contender rankings:
39. Oregon
46. Penn State
63. Florida
65. Texas
70. Michigan
81. USC
95. Ohio State
96. Arkansas
107. Nebraska
108. Auburn
124. LSU

2014
Award Winners:
Heisman: A.J. Lyles, QB, Texas (Papa LoneStar), 281/390 for 4187 passing yards; 142 carries for 912 rushing yards. 60 total TDs

Maxwell: Lyles, Texas
Nagurski: Daniel Barnes, OLB, Oregon (macrotte)

O'Brien: Lyles, Texas
Biletnikoff: Joe Franklin, Texas
Mackey: Brandon Pollard, Texas
Best Ret: A.J. Martinez, WR, Texas
Coach of the Year: Jeff HCross, Ohio State (JeffHCross)

National Champion
Ohio State (JeffHCross) def Alabama (CPU), 41-38

First-team All-Americans:
QB: Lyles, Texas
HB: Brian Williams, Oregon
WR: Franklin, Texas
TE: Pollard, Texas

LB: Barnes, Oregon
LB: Ian Herman, Oregon
FS: Shawn Bishop, Texas
SS: Matt Jones (the SS), Texas
Ret: A.J. Martinez, Texas

Second-team All-Americans:
WR: Kevin Washington, Penn State (psusnoop)

DE: Dane Long, Penn State
LB: Matt Charles, Ohio State
CB: Matt Jones (the CB), Texas
CB: Robert Ellis, Ohio State
FS: Craig Smith, Ohio State
K: Marcus Fields, Florida (gschwendt)
RET: Tyler Pittman, Florida

Freshman All-Americans:
HB: Kris Davis, Ohio State
WR: Franklin, Texas
WR: Derrick Wilson, Oregon
TE: Avery Smiley, Florida

LE: Stan Johnson, Oregon
RE: Brandon Walker, Ohio State
DT: Scott Dixon, Florida
DT: Nathan McGrew, LSU (skipwondah)
LB: Patrick Harris, Penn State
LB: Oscar Mooney, Nebraka (JBHuskers)
LB: Jason Mitchell, Florida
CB: Sean Schroeder, LSU
FS: Craig Smith, Ohio State
SS: Lee Gore, Ohio State
RET: Martinez, Texas

247Sports.com Recruiting Rankings:
37. Penn State
45. Texas
58. USC
62. Arkansas
65. LSU
69. Oregon
70. Ohio State
71. Michigan
84. South Alabama
104. Florida

Championship Contender rankings:
1. Ohio State
3. Texas
13. Oregon
18. Penn State
46. Florida
61. Michigan
79. LSU
109. Arkansas
113. USC
122. Nebraska

2015
Award Winners:
Heisman: Trevor Knight, QB, Oklahoma (CPU), 269/394 for 4107 passing yards; 134 carries for 452 rushing yards. 49 total TDs

Maxwell: Freddie Jones, HB, Texas (Papa LoneStar)
Walter Camp: Jones, Texas
Bednarik: Ian Herman, OLB, Oregon (macrotte)
Nagurski: Herman, Oregon

Walker: Jones, Texas
Biletnikoff: John Davis, LSU (skipwondah)
Lombardi: Casey Chandler, Texas
Best LB: Herman, Oregon
Groza: Marcus Fields, Florida (gschwendt) (G returns to his rightful place of Groza winner)
Guy: Richard Hooper, Florida (as I was saying)
Best Ret: Arrion Springs, Oregon

National Champion
Penn State (psusnoop) def Minnesota (CPU), 41-21

First-team All-Americans:
Bowling Green earns first-team Quarterback (Matt Johnson), Wide Receiver (Ryan Burbrink) and TE (Hunter Folkertsma) honors.
HB: Jones, Texas
HB: Brian Williams, Oregon (2x)
WR: Davis, LSU
TE: Pollard, Texas

DE: Chandler, Texas
DE: Jason Vincent, Penn State
DT: Scott Dixon, Florida
LB: Chase McIntyre, LSU
LB: Ian Herman, Oregon (2x)
CB: Casey Jenkins, Florida
FS: Jermaine Grant, Florida
SS: Lonnie Heath, Oregon
K: Fields, Florida
P: Hooper, Florida
RET: Tyler Pittman, Florida

Second-team All-Americans:
HB: Terrence Warren, Penn State

DE: Nick Martin, Florida
LB: Evan Williams, LSU
CB: James Williams, Texas
FS: Kiy Hester, Penn State
SS: Dion Anderson, Penn State
P: Dallas Adams, Penn State
RET: Brisly Estime, South Alabama (JBHuskers)

Freshman All-Americans:
HB: Jones, Texas
WR: Davis, LSU
WR: Donald Boone, Florida

DE: Aaron Shaw, Ohio State
DT: Brent McCoy, Ohio State
LB: Corey Mitchell, LSU
CB: Josh Johnson, Penn State
FS: Jermaine Grant, Florida
K: Jordan Edwards, Penn State
RET: Andrew Wheeler, Michigan (Escobar)

247Sports.com Recruiting Rankings:
9. Penn State
10. Florida
13. Ohio State
17. Texas
33. LSU
45. South Alabama
47. Oregon
65. Arkansas
75. Fresno State
121. UAB


Championship Contender rankings:
1. Penn State
5. Ohio State
7. Florida
8. Texas
17. Oregon
23. LSU
107. South Alabama
108. Arkansas
122. USC
125. Michigan

2016
Award Winners:
Heisman: Roger Edwards, HB, Penn State (psusnoop), 199 carries, 2213 yds, 32 total TDs

Maxwell: Edwards, Penn State
Walter Camp: Edwards, Penn State
Bednarik: Ian Herman, OLB, Oregon (macrotte) (x2)
Nagurski: Herman, Oregon (x2)

Walker: Donovan Gray, LSU (skipwondah)
Biletnikoff: John Davis, LSU (x2)
Lombardi: Lamarcus Cole, LSU
Best LB: Herman, Oregon (x2)
Thorpe: Chris Barber, Oregon
Groza: Matt Wogan, Oregon
Guy: Richard Hooper, Florida (gschwendt) (x2)
Best Ret: Brisly Estime, South Alabama (JBHuskers)

National Champion
Texas (Papa_Lonestar) def Penn State (psusnoop), 52-36

First-team All-Americans:
QB: Jermaine Scott, Oregon
HB: Gray, LSU
HB: Edwards, Penn State
WR: Davis, LSU (x2)

DE: Jason Vincent, Penn State (x2)
DE: Cole, LSU
DT: Scott Dixon, Florida
LB: Justin Cole, LSU
LB: Herman, Oregon (x3)
LB: Daniel Barnes, Oregon
CB: Brian Jones, Florida
CB: Sean Schroeder, LSU
FS: Barber, Oregon
SS: Tye Gray, Florida
P: Hooper, Florida
RET: Estime, South Alabama

Second-team All-Americans:
HB: Freddie Jones, Texas
HB: Kris Davis, Ohio State (JeffHCross)
WR: Tom Daniel, Oregon

DT: Brendan Owen, Florida
LB: Mark Smith, LSU
LB: Corey Mitchell, LSU
FS: Raul McCloud, Texas
SS: Derek Stewart, Texas
K: Ben Andrews, Florida
P: Carl Bentley, Ohio State
RET: Dustin Burch, Florida

Freshman All-Americans:
QB: Scott, Oregon
HB: Edwards, Penn State
HB: Isaac Gordon, Florida
WR: Tony Browne, South Alabama
TE: Ricky Robinson, Penn State
OL: Ben Dunn, Oregon
OL: Duane Harvey, Florida

DT: Owen, Florida
DT: Bradley Foster, Penn State
LB: Cole, LSU
LB: Jonathan Anderson, Texas
CB: Lee Williams, Texas
CB: Derrick James, Penn State
FS: Vincent Thompson, UAB (Escobar)
K: Andrews, Florida
P: Desmond Washington, Texas
RET: Burch, Florida

247Sports.com Recruiting Rankings:
5. Ohio State
8. Penn State
12. Florida
18. Oregon
40. LSU
49. UAB
50. Texas
70. USC
112. South Alabama

Championship Contender rankings:
1. Texas
2. Penn State
6. Ohio State
8. LSU
9. Florida
11. Oregon
82. UAB
122. South Alabama

2017
Award Winners:
Heisman: Josh Brown, QB, LSU (skipwondah), 218/322 for 3099 yds; 167 rush for 1152 yds; 49 total TDs

Maxwell: Brown, LSU
Walter Camp: Brown, LSU
Bednarik: Derron Lee, Oregon (macrotte)
Nagurski: Lee, Oregon

Walker: Roger Edwards, Penn State (psusnoop)
Mackey: Mark Brooks, LSU

Lombardi: Adam Smith, Texas (Papa_Lonestar)
Best LB: Lee, Oregon
Thorpe: Raul McCloud, Texas
Groza: Jeremy Wiley, Penn State
Guy: Justin Johnson, Florida (gschwendt)
Best Ret: AJ Martinez, Texas

National Champion
Ohio State (JeffHCross) def Texas (Papa_Lonestar), 43-27

First-team All-Americans:
HB: Edwards, Penn State (x2)
HB: D.J. Riggins, Oregon
WR: Joe Franklin, Texas (x2)
TE: Brooks, LSU

DE: Smith, Texas
DE: Stan Johnson, Oregon
DT: Scott Dixon, Florida (x2)
LB: Matt Jones, Texas
LB: Derron Lee, Oregon
LB: Corey Mitchell, LSU
CB: Scott Drew, Texas
FS: McCloud, Texas
SS: Lance Roth, Texas
K: Blake Perkins, Texas
P: Johnson, Florida
RET: Martinez, Texas

Second-team All-Americans:
QB: Jermaine Scott, Oregon
WR: John Davis, LSU

DE: Aaron Shaw, Ohio State (JeffHCross)
DT: Brendan Owen, Florida (x2)
LB: Luke Jackson, Oregon
LB: Jason Mitchell, Florida
FS: Chris Barber, Oregon
SS: Roderick Mixon, Florida
RET: Calvin Butler, Florida

Freshman All-Americans:
QB: Brown, LSU
OL: Robert Busch, Ohio State
OL: Darnell Davis, Texas

DE: Anthony Newton, Florida
DE: Blair Robertson, Penn State
LB: Curtis Shaw, Texas
CB: Brian Duckett, Ohio State
CB: Jamel Dean, Oregon
SS: Mixon, Florida
K: Perkins, Texas
P: Johnson, Florida
RET: Alex Ofodile, Oregon

247Sports.com Recruiting Rankings:
3. Ohio State
4. Penn State
6. Texas
7. Florida
9. LSU
13. Texas Tech
15. USC
27. UAB
42. Oregon

Championship Contender rankings:
1. Ohio State
3. Penn State
4. Texas
8. LSU
14. Florida
17. Oregon
27. S. Alabama (JBHuskers moved from S. Alabama to TTU in the offseason)
86. USC
99. UAB
120. Texas Tech (JBHuskers moved from S. Alabama to TTU in the offseason)

2018
Award Winners:
Heisman: Stew Robinson, HB, Arkansas (TheAgencyLives), 190 carries for 906 yards and 102 receptions for 1197 yards with 53 total TDs

Maxwell: Robinson, Arkansas
Walter Camp: Robinson, Arkansas
Bednarik: Corey Mitchell, LB, LSU (skipwondah)
Nagurski: Mitchell, LSU

O'Brien: Jermaine Scott, Oregon (marcotte)
Walker: Robinson, Arkansas
Biletnikoff: John Davis, LSU

Lombardi: Carlos Estes, LSU
Best LB: Mitchell, LSU
Thorpe: Roderick Mixon, Florida (gschwendt)
Groza: Robert Jolly, Ohio State (JeffHCross)
Guy: Matt Nash, LSU
Best Ret: Keith Grant, Florida

National Champion
Ohio State (JeffHCross) def Clemson (CPU), 34-14

First-team All-Americans:
QB: Derrick Stovall, Texas Tech (JBHuskers)
HB: Robinson, Arkansas
HB: Earl Washington, Oregon
WR: Davis, LSU (x3)

DE: Estes, LSU
DT: Matt Watkins, Oregon
DT: Brendan Owen, Florida
LB: Deandre Poole, Oregon
LB: Mark Smith, LSU
LB: Corey Mitchell, LSU (x2)
CB: Jesse Wilcox, Florida
CB: Aaron Valentine, Texas
FS: Vinny Guadaginno, Oregon
SS: Mixon, Florida
K: Jolly, Ohio State
RET: Grant, Florida

Second-team All-Americans:
QB: Dave Bryan, Arkansas
HB: Freddie Jones, Texas
HB: Roger Edwards, Penn State
T: Lewis Ortiz, Ohio State
G: Tom Broussard, Texas Tech
C: Dwayne Rice, Ohio State
G: Carlos Bobo, Ohio State
T: Matt McCormick, Texas Tech

DE: Jeremy Benjamin, Oregon
DE: Aaron Shaw, Ohio State
DT: Bradley Foster, Penn State
LB: Robin Hodges, Ohio State
LB: Damon Baker, Florida
LB: Thomas Johnson, Oregon
CB: Lee Williams, Texas
FS: Corey Carroll, Penn State
SS: Lee Keenan, Arkansas
K: Ben Andrews, Florida
P: Nash, LSU
RET: A.J. Martinez, Texas

Freshman All-Americans:
HB: Robinson, Arkansas
HB: Luke Cafferty, Oregon
OL: Calvin Holiday, Penn State
OL: Ben McKenzie, Ohio State
OL: Johnny Johnson, Penn State

DE: Estes, LSU
DE: J.D. Cooley, Texas
DT: Trey Gore, Texas
LB: Isaac Colbert, Texas
LB: Thomas Johnson, Oregon
CB: Nate Robinson, LSU
CB: Scott Moore, Texas Tech
FS: Vinny Guadaginno, Oregon
SS: Joseph Moore, UAB (Escobar)

247Sports.com Recruiting Rankings:
Post season

Championship Contender rankings:
Post season

gschwendt
08-27-2014, 08:40 AM
After bowls, snoop can also grab the team rankings from the "Championship Contender" section.

skipwondah33
08-27-2014, 08:42 AM
Thanks for this Jeff.

JeffHCross
08-27-2014, 08:45 AM
After bowls, snoop can also grab the team rankings from the "Championship Contender" section.That'd be cool.

One nice thing I don't recall noticing last year is the "Average Recruiting Class" column on the Coach Info screen. At the very least, this year that should let me not worry about the rankings until next season (which will be nice since I'll be away from my PC over the weekend).


Thanks for this Jeff.Gotta give credit to cdj for this one. I saw the Records they were keeping over in the TGT OD, and I've kept records in the past but this layout was much better. At the very least, seeing it over there inspired me to do it for here.

psusnoop
08-27-2014, 12:10 PM
After bowls, snoop can also grab the team rankings from the "Championship Contender" section.

I will do that.

Escobar said he'd play between classes that way after I play tonight I can advance to the offseason.

psusnoop
08-27-2014, 09:24 PM
Oregon - 39
PSU - 46
Florida - 63
Texas - 65
Michigan - 70
USC - 81
OSU - 95
Arkansas - 96
Nebraska - 107
Auburn - 108
LSU - 124

Championship Contenders rankings

JeffHCross
08-27-2014, 09:28 PM
Thanks snoop

psusnoop
08-27-2014, 09:32 PM
Thanks snoop

Anytime!

Papa LoneStar
08-28-2014, 11:09 AM
Who's Jon Wadley?

Deuce
08-28-2014, 01:55 PM
Who's Jon Wadley?

Ha ha...I'm coaching Texas now?

psusnoop
08-28-2014, 01:59 PM
Ha ha...I'm coaching Texas now?

Lololol

JeffHCross
08-28-2014, 06:40 PM
Damn, I missed one. Lmao.

Pretty impressive considering they were ALL Jon Wadley at one point.

JBHuskers
08-29-2014, 10:48 AM
Well Jeff spelled my name wrong too :fp: I'll fix that.

JeffHCross
08-29-2014, 11:12 AM
Well Jeff spelled my name wrong too :fp: I'll fix that.I blame .... :dunno:

I suck. :fp:

JeffHCross
10-18-2014, 11:03 AM
Updated for 2014. Records will be updated post-bowls.

skipwondah33
10-18-2014, 05:39 PM
Jeff my returner won Best Returner according to game somehow lol

JeffHCross
10-18-2014, 07:31 PM
Lol, I have no idea on that one, skip. Unless I completely misread it, which is possible.

gschwendt
10-20-2014, 06:37 PM
Added 2014 record (didn't update calculations on rest of table yet) and Championship Contender rankings.

JeffHCross
10-20-2014, 06:47 PM
Thanks, G. I've got a spreadsheet setup to keep the records, so I'll pop into that when I get home and get the table updated.

JeffHCross
10-20-2014, 08:58 PM
Well, that's just terrible looking. I'll work on that tomorrow.

gschwendt
10-21-2014, 02:19 PM
Recruiting rankings for 2014 added.

JeffHCross
12-12-2014, 05:34 PM
Award winners updated for 2015. Working on the table at the top.

skipwondah33
12-13-2014, 11:01 PM
Thanks for posting Jeff

Congrats Snoop, great season

Evan Williams was snubbed granted he didn't have the sacks Herman got...still had a great year

86 tackles
23 for loss
4 sacks
5 interceptions
1 touchdown
1 safety

Going to miss him and McIntyre....a lot lol

Which he had

66 tackles
15 for loss
5 sacks
6 interceptions
3 touchdowns
1 recovery

JeffHCross
02-08-2015, 12:53 PM
Awards updated for 2016.

Carl Mackey gets punished for his team not punting enough, but at least he gets 2nd team AA.

JeffHCross
04-06-2015, 10:25 AM
Awards updated for 2017.

JeffHCross
04-09-2015, 10:01 AM
Championship Contenders updated and main table updated except for Average Class.

Strangely my records differ from the game's "Career Record"; it looks like it skipped 1-2 games for most of us. Papa is off by one win, Snoop and I are off by two, and Skip is off by one win and one loss. But I checked and every individual season record is consistent.

JeffHCross
06-23-2015, 09:42 AM
Awards added for 2018. The SEC dominated most of the awards and All-Americans, though Stew Robinson had a very impressive individual season.

2017 recruiting rankings were added, or at least my best attempt at them based on the Coach Info screen combined with the average I had already computed. Not sure if they're accurate (in marcotte's case I don't think they are).

skipwondah33
06-23-2015, 10:24 AM
Good job Jeff

WR John Davis completes his career winning the Biletnikoff award 3 out of 4 years, though he likely would have lost if Arkansas's Stew Robinson was considered for the award.

Davis bounced back after a relatively down year last season as the Offensive scheme changed towards a different approach.

All in all not a bad career for a player with average to below average speed and agility. Only thing he had going for him was his height and that's it but still accomplished alot