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Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:28 PM
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Winning in Washington | HeyJ's Washington Huskies
A TheGamingTailgate NCAA Football Presentation

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Team: Washington Huskies
Difficulty: Heisman
Quarter Length: 9 Minutes
Sliders: Default Heisman for now
Rosters: As of 7-26-10

Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:29 PM
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Some Huskie History

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Lambo (1993-1998)

Taking over a team that was on probation, Jim Lambright (b. 1942) faced an uphill battle. Lambright (known as Lambo to his players and friends) had been associated with Husky football as a player, Assistant Coach, and now Head Coach for 30 years. In the next six years, he won 44 games but never seemed to escape the shadow of expectations cast from the Don James years.

Lambright will always be remembered for the 1994 “Whammy in Miami.” The Huskies traveled to the Orange Bowl and dominated the Miami Hurricanes 38-20. The win snapped Miami’s NCAA record 58-game home winning streak. Husky players hoisted Lambright upon their shoulders and carried him triumphantly off the field.

Lambright was fired in December 1998, after the Huskies were routed by Air Force in the Oa’hu Bowl.

The New Millennium (1999-2007)

The twenty-first century has been a grueling ordeal for Husky football. It began well enough with new coach Rick Neuheisel leading the Huskies to an 11-1 record and the 2001 Rose Bowl Championship. That season featured the inspired leadership of quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo and another victory over the Miami Hurricanes. The season also featured the tragic story of Curtis Williams, who suffered paralysis from colliding with a Stanford ball carrier. Williams never recovered, and would die two years later in his brother’s home in California.

Since late in the 2001 season, Washington’s football fortunes have been on the downslide. It started with a demoralizing 65-7 road loss to Miami. The 2002 team finished last in the Pac-10 in rushing yards and ended up at 7-6. In 2003, Neuheisel was fired for betting in a gambling pool and lying to NCAA investigators.

Keith Gilbertson coached the Huskies in 2003 and 2004, going 7-16 before being fired. Washington hired Tyrone Willingham in December 2004, as the first African American Head Football Coach in UW history. His record after three years is 11-25. His teams have finished 10th, 9th, and 10th in the Pac-10 Conference, rendering him the first Husky coach to register three consecutive losing seasons.

Victory and Ruins (2008)

In early 2008, The Seattle Times published a series of explosive articles examining lawlessness perpetrated by players from the 2000 UW team. The series was entitled Victory and Ruins. Said The Times: “Once a national power, the Huskies now routinely lose more games than they win. The athletic director, Todd Turner, was forced out last month, and many fans want coach Tyrone Willingham fired. One prominent booster, the former mayor of Everett, recently offered a $100,000 donation for the coach's ouster. “Husky faithful look back wistfully to their last great team: the 2000 squad, winners of the Rose Bowl, owners of an 11-1 record, ranked No. 3 in the nation. `A mystical, magical season,’ one sportswriter called it at the time. What happened on the field in 2000 may have been magical. But what happened off it was not” (Seattle Times, January 30, 2008, p. A-1).

The Times’ articles focused primarily on three troubled former players: Jerramy Stevens, Jeremiah Pharms, and the late Curtis Williams. Stevens had been arrested via SWAT team in July 2000 for an alleged rape of a sorority girl, among various brushes he had with the law. Pharms was charged with robbing and shooting a drug dealer. Williams had a volatile marriage and was arrested on several occasions for domestic violence. Said The Seattle Times: “Former coach Rick Neuheisel and athletic director Barbara Hedges accepted most of it, demanding little discipline or accountability from their athletes. And other community institutions, including prosecutors, police, judges, and the media, went along. Beyond the roses, that was the legacy of the Neuheisel-Hedges era -- and the ruins Willingham and Turner inherited in 2004” (The Seattle Times, January 30, 2008, p. A-1).

In the series’ aftermath, newspapers and blogs across the country decried the 2000 Huskies as being a team of thugs. Said one blog’s headline: “The 2000 Washington Huskies were Horrible People” (Deadspin.com). Among the fractured UW fan base, debates raged as many questioned why this series needed to be written eight years after the fact. For supporters of Tyrone Willingham, it was evidence that he was burdened with cleaning up Neuheisel’s colossal mess, and deserving of more time. For those in favor of Willingham’s dismissal, it looked like an attempt to prop up an embattled minority coach, while dragging dispirited Husky fans through the mud again.

The Times did succeed in creating public discourse as to what the priorities should be for a Division I college football coach. As UW President Suzzallo stated back in 1916 as he fired Coach Gilmore Dobie: “The chief function of the university is to train character. Mr. Dobie failed to perform his full share of this service on the football field. Therefore, we do not wish him to return next year” (100 Years of Husky Football, p. 56). While Willingham has unquestionably cleaned up the program, a key difference is that Dobie was 58-0-3, while Willingham is 11-25.

Willingham heads into the 2008 season with hopes pinned on young phenom QB Jake Locker and a solid incoming recruiting class.

Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:29 PM
The Heisman Hall of Fame

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Year|Player Name|School|Position
2005|Reggie Bush|USC|Running Back
2006|Troy Smith|Ohio State|Quarterback
2007|Tim Tebow|Florida|Quarterback
2008|Sam Bradford|Oklahoma|Quarterback
2009|Mark Ingram|Alabama|Running Back
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Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:30 PM
Champions Corner

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Year|National Championship|Game Result|National Champion
2005|USC vs Texas|41-38|Texas
2006|Ohio State vs Florida|41-14|Florida
2007|LSU vs Ohio State|38-24|LSU
2008|Oklahoma vs Florida|24-14|Florida
2009|Alabama vs Texas|37-21|Alabama
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Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:31 PM
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Dynasty History

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Year|Overall Record|Pac-10 Record|Bowl Game|Bowl Game Opponet|Bowl Game Result
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Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:31 PM
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Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:33 PM
Pac-10 Conference Preview (2010)

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The PAC-10, as a whole, was relatively unimpressive last year. Only Oregon (10-3) hit the 10-win plateau and USC (9-4) was the only other conference member to garner more than eight victories. PAC-10 teams finished the year by going just 2-5 in bowl games, including the conference's first Rose Bowl loss to a Big Ten team since 2000.

Oregon's chances of repeating have been hampered in the offseason. On March 12, senior QB Jeremiah Masoli pleaded guilty to burglary charges and was suspended for the season. That left senior Nate Costa as the leading candidate going into spring practice. Also on March 12, Sophomore RB LaMichael James pleaded guilty to misdemeanor harassment of his girlfriend and was suspended for the 2010 opener.

The Ducks have just four PAC-10 titles, all since 1994, claiming outright crowns in 1994, 2001 and 2009, and sharing another in 2000. Last year's title came in their first season under head coach Chip Kelly who was promoted from offensive coordinator after Mike Bellotti announced on March 13 that he was stepping down to become the director of athletics. Capturing a league championship was a surprising end to a season which began horribly with a 19-8 loss at Boise State, after which RB LeGarrette Blount sucker-punched Bronco DE Byron Hout in front of ESPN's national TV audience. Blount was put on indefinite suspension and didn't see action again until the regular season finale against rival Oregon State where he figured prominently in the 37-33 Rose Bowl-clinching comeback win. But LaMichael James was the unexpected star of the team, setting a PAC-10 freshman rushing record with 1,546 yards and 14 TD's.

The loss to Oregon was a bitter one that saw the Beavers blow a 9-point lead in the third quarter and fail to gain their first Rose Bowl berth since the 1964 season.

2009 also left a bitter taste in the mouths of USC players who saw their 7-year domination of the league come to an end, and then watched head coach Pete Carroll return to the NFL to coach the Seattle Seahawks. Carroll was a ridiculous 97-19 (.836) in nine seasons with the Trojans. Of his 19 losses, 6 came in his first season (2001) and 4 in his last. In between, USC had seven consecutive seasons of 11 wins or more during which the school won or shared seven PAC-10 titles. Carroll's 2004 team crushed Oklahoma 55-19 in the Orange Bowl to win the BCS Championship. His 2003 team was voted No. 1 in the AP Poll even though LSU won the BCS title, creating the only split decision of the BCS era (1998-present). Carroll previously coached in the NFL with the New York Jets (1994) and the New England Patriots (1997-1999), compiling a 33-31 record.

Replacing Carroll is the often-controversial Lane Kiffin. Kiffin, 34, spent a little more than one season (2007-2008) as the head coach of the NFL's Oakland Raiders where he was 5-15 when he was fired. He was 7-6 last year at Tennessee in his only season as a college head coach - a season that unceremoniously ended in a 37-14 blowout loss to Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. Kiffin was an assistant at USC from 2001-2006, including offensive coordinator from 2005-2006. His brash personality drew sharp dividing lines among Volunteer faithful, but may play well in Los Angeles. His first recruiting class for the Trojans was ranked best in the nation by Rivals, but he drew more attention when he received a 'verbal' commitment from 13-year-old quarterback David Sills.

Kiffin's first year in L.A. became more problematic when the NCAA hit the school hard with sanctions that were announced June 10. A 2-year postseason ban and a substantial reduction in scholarships were among the penalties imposed after the NCAA found that former football star Reggie Bush received improper benefits. A handful of players have since fled the program. Prized offensive line recruit Seantrel Henderson bolted for Miami and junior DE Malik Johnson transferred to (ouch!) Tennessee. USC has filed an appeal seeking to halve the NCAA's postseason ban and scholarship limits.

Stanford RB Toby Gerhart tops the list of PAC-10 stars who have moved on. Gerhart finished a close second to Alabama RB Mark Ingram in the Heisman Trophy balloting after leading the nation in rushing with 1,871 yards and 28 TD' s.

Joining Gerhart are Oregon State QB Sean Canfield (the PAC-10's passing leader in 2009), Arizona State's two top WR's in Kyle Williams and Chris McGaha, and Oregon State WR Damola Adeniji.

USC RB Joe McKnight entered the NFL draft after a 1,014-yard junior season, and Cal RB Jahvid Best also opted to go pro after concussions limited him to an 867-yard season in 9 games of action (he had 412 yards and 8 TD's in his first 3 games of the year).

Other early draft entrants from the PAC-10 include USC DE Everson Griffen and WR Damian Williams, along with UCLA DT Brian Price. Arizona TE Rob Gronkowski opted for the NFL draft despite missing all of 2009 to recuperate from offseason back surgery. Griffen and Price are projected first-rounders and could be joined by Williams.

USC also lost safety Taylor Mays, another projected first-rounder, to graduation.

The 2010 schedules hold several interesting non-conference matchups, led by Washington's scheduling of BYU, Syracuse and Nebraska; Washington State, the worst defensive team in the FBS last year, opens at Oklahoma; Oregon State opens against TCU in Arlington at Cowboys Stadium and visits Boise State on September 25; Stanford hosts Wake Forest and visits Notre Dame; UCLA visits Kansas State and Texas and hosts Houston; and USC's 13-game season includes visits to Hawaii and Minnesota and home games against Virginia and the Fighting Irish.

Thanks to its round-robin league format, PAC-10 members generally have to schedule just three non-conference games. Unfortunately, six league teams still filled one of those dates with FCS squads. Arizona State opens with consecutive home games against FCS members Portland State and Northern Arizona.

USC is one of just two teams in the country that will face 13 FBS opponents. UNLV is the other.

Royster21
07-26-2010, 03:33 PM
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It Isn't Easy to Put the Lock on this Locker

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Picture: Locker is ready to lead his teammates to 2010 success

Locker came in at a time when UW football had just taken a huge hit, and with a new coach and a blue chip quarterback recruit, things finally looked to be headed the right direction.

It may have taken three years, but 2010 has all the ingredients for Locker to make a trip to NY at the end of this year.

Bursting on the scene in 2007, Locker used his rushing ability to carry his team, producing 986 yards on the ground. There was a reason for so much running; however, he was not at all accurate in his passing attempts. Locker completed only 47.3 percent of his passes, throwing more interceptions than touchdowns.

Head Coach Tyrone Willingham was hanging on for his job, so using Locker’s natural ability seemed like the good idea. After all, there would be three more years to develop Locker’s passing ability.

The 2008 season began with an ugly loss to rival Oregon, and followed that up with a one point lost to BYU. Sadly for the Huskies, that one point loss to BYU would be the highlight of the season. In the fourth game Locker hurt himself blocking and was out for the rest of the season.

At that point the Huskies season was over, and they proceeded to go winless for the first time in the teams long history. As painful as that season was to watch, perhaps it is better that Locker spent most of it on the sideline? In the first four games Locker had 56 rushing attempts compared to 50 passing attempts.

There is little evidence to suggest that Willingham would have put any more emphasis on Locker’s development as a passer, and with more rushing attempts than passing, it might have only been a matter of time before the young man went down. Locker’s 2008 injury may very well have been a key to his 2010 Heisman run.

Why?

With the 0-12 2008 season Willingham was shown the door. In comes QB guru Steve Sarkisian to take over the job as a head coach. Sarkisian wasn’t fighting for his job in season one, he was implementing a plan for the future. Part of his plan for 2009 was to develop Jake Locker as a pass-first quarterback.

Had Locker stayed healthy in 2008, and the Huskies end up winning enough games to save Willingham’s job, does anyone really think Willingham would put such a focus on Locker remaining in the pocket? Going off of his two years coaching the young man, he would have let him run for his life to win some games, and hopefully get Willingham an extension.

2009 was frustrating to watch as a Husky fan, if only because the team was competeting for the first time in years, but still coming up short. Five wins was an improvement, but still not what fans around Montlake have come to expect over the years. It was especially frustrating early in the season watching Locker have field in front of him to run, but instead would sit back and end up throwing a bad pass.

Yes, it was painful to watch at first, but by the end of the season we all started to see exactly why Sarkisian was keeping Locker on a leash. He jumped from a career completion percentage of around 50 percent, to nearly meeting Sarkisian’s goal of 60 percent accuracy. Locker's touchdown total went from more INTs than TDs, to a 21-11 ratio.

Locker basically blossomed into the passer we all felt he could be before our eyes in 2009. When the last two games came around, Locker’s play was exactly what Washington fans had been dreaming of since he first stepped on campus.

Now we are going into 2010 with Locker’s Huskies as a bit of a wild card. The offense is talented and potent enough to score on anybody, but can the defense keep them in the game?

What we do know for sure is this is Locker’s year to shine. The physical attributes have the NFL scouts drooling, 6-3, 226 lbs, and a 40 time that has been reported as low as 4.39, but is more realistically closer to 4.5.

Now Locker has experience to match his physical traits, and a team of returning starters around him that will put Locker into an excellent position to shine in the spotlight that he has hovered close to for three years.

We all know that Heisman finalists come from winning teams. Locker’s career at UW has been short on wins, but long on character-building experience. The physical traits are there, the maturation is there, and as a redshirt senior it is time for him to leave Montlake as the winner we all envisioned he would be the day he stepped foot on campus.

Royster21
07-26-2010, 05:09 PM
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Washington University Releases the 2010 Football Depth Charts

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<html><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /><link href="http://pujols4mvp.webs.com/osdyn/osdyn.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /></head><body><center><div id="osdyn"><div id="hdr-custom-sml" style="background-color:#6B46A9;">Washington Huskies - 2010 Depth Chart - Regular Offense</div><table align="center" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="1" class="tblspacer" style="border-top:0;"><tr class="colhead-sml"><td align="center" width="8%"><span class="type5"></span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">Starter</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">2nd</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">3rd</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">4th</span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">WR</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Jermaine Kearse (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">D'Andre Goodwin (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Devin Aguilar (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">TE</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Kavario Middleton (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Chris Izbicki (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">LT</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Senio Kelemente (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Daniel Kanczugowski (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">LG</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Ryan Tolar (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Scott Shugert (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">C</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Drew Schaefer (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Greg Christine (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">RG</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Mykenna Ikehara (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Nick Wood (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">RT</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Skyler Fancher (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Mark Armelin (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">WR</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">James Johnson (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Cody Bruns (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Jordan Polk (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">QB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Jake Locker (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Keith Price (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Nick Montana (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">FB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Austin Sylvester (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Dorson Boyce (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Kimo Makula (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">HB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Johri Fogerson (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Jesse Calllier (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Deontae Cooper (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Demetrius Bronson (So.)</span></td></tr></table><div id="hdr-custom-sml" style="background-color:#6B46A9;">Washington Huskies - 2010 Depth Chart - Base 4-3 Defense</div><table align="center" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="1" class="tblspacer" style="border-top:0;"><tr class="colhead-sml"><td align="center" width="8%"><span class="type5"></span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">Starter</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">2nd</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">3rd</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">4th</span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">LDE</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Talia Chrichton (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Pete Follmer (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td aliGn="center"><span class="type3">LDT</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Alameda Ta'amu (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Semisi Tokolahi (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">RDT</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Tyrone Duncan (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Chris Robinson (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td aliGn="center"><span class="type3">RDE</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Cameron Elisara (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">De'Shon Matthews (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">WLB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Mason Foster (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Jordan Wallace (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td aliGn="center"><span class="type3">MLB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Cort Dennison (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Victor Burnett (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">SLB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Alvin Logan (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Matt Houston (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td aliGn="center"><span class="type3">CB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Desmond Trufant (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Vonzell McDowell (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">SS</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Nate Williams (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Will Shamburger (Fr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td aliGn="center"><span class="type3">FS</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Nate Fellner (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Justin Glenn (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">CB</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Adam Long (So.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Quinton Richardson (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr></table><div id="hdr-custom-sml" style="background-color:#6B46A9;">Washington Huskies - 2010 Depth Chart - Special Teams</div><table align="center" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="1" class="tblspacer" style="border-top:0;"><tr class="colhead-sml"><td align="center" width="8%"><span class="type5"></span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">Starter</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">2nd</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">3rd</span></td><td align="center" width="23%"><span class="type5">4th</span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">K</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Erik Folk (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Eric Guttorp (Jr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">P</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2">Will Mahan (Sr.)</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">H</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">PR</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="oddrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">KR</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr><tr class="evenrow"><td align="center"><span class="type3">LS</span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td><td align="center"><span class="type2"></span></td></tr></table><div align="right"><span class="type2"><a href="http://dynasties.operationsports.com" target="_blank"><b>OperationSports.com</b></a></span></div></div></center></body></html>

Royster21
07-26-2010, 05:10 PM
Darn the table doesn't work here :(

morsdraconis
07-26-2010, 06:57 PM
Darn the table doesn't work here :(

I think it will if you surround it with the <php> or <code> BBC code.

Edit: nope, nevermind. That doesn't work either. :(

SmoothPancakes
07-26-2010, 07:13 PM
It's because HTML code is turned off. I think CDJ said something about why or whatnot, but I can't remember when or where that would have been.

Royster21
07-26-2010, 07:15 PM
Hmm, why would you turn HTML off. And can it be turned back on?

SmoothPancakes
07-26-2010, 07:18 PM
You'd have to ask cdj, JBHuskers, or gschwendt about why HTML is turned off. I know I wouldn't mind taking advantage of OS' tables for my dynasty instead of typing it all out by hand into tables that will work on here. But I make the most of it.

gschwendt
07-27-2010, 08:04 AM
Hmm, why would you turn HTML off. And can it be turned back on?
HTML is turned off on probably 90% of the worlds message boards simply because it's too easy for hackers to abuse it if they choose to do so. I'm not sure if OS has theirs completely open or if it's HTML with restriction but we're investigating how we can do something similar.

In the mean time, I did find this which is useful, but not exactly the same generated format:
http://www.seabreezecomputers.com/html2bbcode/
Washington Huskies - 2010 Depth Chart - Regular Offense
Starter 2nd 3rd 4th
WR Jermaine Kearse (Jr.) D'Andre Goodwin (Sr.) Devin Aguilar (Jr.)
TE Kavario Middleton (Jr.) Chris Izbicki (Jr.)
LT Senio Kelemente (Jr.) Daniel Kanczugowski (So.)
LG Ryan Tolar (Sr.) Scott Shugert (Jr.)
C Drew Schaefer (So.) Greg Christine (Sr.)
RG Mykenna Ikehara (So.) Nick Wood (Jr.)
RT Skyler Fancher (Jr.) Mark Armelin (Jr.)
WR James Johnson (So.) Cody Bruns (Jr.) Jordan Polk (Jr.)
QB Jake Locker (Sr.) Keith Price (Fr.) Nick Montana (Fr.)
FB Austin Sylvester (Sr.) Dorson Boyce (Sr.) Kimo Makula (Fr.)
HB Johri Fogerson (Jr.) Jesse Calllier (Fr.) Deontae Cooper (Fr.) Demetrius Bronson (So.) Washington Huskies - 2010 Depth Chart - Base 4-3 Defense
Starter 2nd 3rd 4th
LDE Talia Chrichton (So.) Pete Follmer (Sr.)
LDT Alameda Ta'amu (Jr.) Semisi Tokolahi (So.)
RDT Tyrone Duncan (Jr.) Chris Robinson (Fr.)
RDE Cameron Elisara (Sr.) De'Shon Matthews (Sr.)
WLB Mason Foster (Sr.) Jordan Wallace (So.)
MLB Cort Dennison (Jr.) Victor Burnett (Fr.)
SLB Alvin Logan (Jr.) Matt Houston (Sr.)
CB Desmond Trufant (So.) Vonzell McDowell (Sr.)
SS Nate Williams (Sr.) Will Shamburger (Fr.)
FS Nate Fellner (So.) Justin Glenn (So.)
CB Adam Long (So.) Quinton Richardson (Jr.) Washington Huskies - 2010 Depth Chart - Special Teams
Starter 2nd 3rd 4th
K Erik Folk (Jr.) Eric Guttorp (Jr.)
P Will Mahan (Sr.)
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PR
KR
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Royster21
07-27-2010, 01:06 PM
Yeah the only problem is I have this posted on another site, and i'm tool lazy to make two different game layouts. I'll just wait a bit.