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Old 10-08-2013, 10:03 AM   #1
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FBCB Interactive Player Dynasty- Season 2 (2012-2013)

So season 1 is complete, and lets take a look at where our recruits ended up:

Rob Nielsen- USC
Will Brown- Kansas
Cannon Pace- Notre Dame
Jawouk Bafou- Michigan State
Jace Hunter- Florida State
Shannon Elliott- Idaho

Here are the recruit cards for our 6 recruits in season 2, based on national rank:

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Patrick Hutt -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Height: 6-8 Weight: 234 High School: Annapolis High School Hometown: Dearborn Heights, MI GPA: 2.84 Test Score: 990 Rating: ***** Season Stats: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PTS OREB REB AST TOS A/T STL BLK PFS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14.8 4.9 11.4 1.9 2.2 0.86 2.0 3.3 2.3 Shooting Averages: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PM 3PA 3P% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6.2 10.4 .599 2.4 3.7 .658 0.0 0.0 .000 Recruiting Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Qualified: Yes Rankings: #12 Overall, #3 C, Midwest Region #4 Overall, Midwest Region #2 C High School Awards: All-State, Mr. Basketball (Michigan) Top 5 Schools: Michigan State, Kansas, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Wisconsin



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SF Deacon Palmer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Height: 6-6 Weight: 227 High School: Oakdale High School Hometown: Oakdale, LA GPA: 2.98 Test Score: 1090 Rating: **** Season Stats: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PTS OREB REB AST TOS A/T STL BLK PFS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19.3 4.4 8.3 3.3 1.8 1.89 2.3 0.7 2.3 Shooting Averages: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PM 3PA 3P% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8.0 15.2 .526 2.7 3.9 .679 0.6 2.8 .218 Recruiting Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Qualified: Yes Rankings: #21 Overall, #5 SF, Southeast Region #6 Overall, Southeast Region #1 SF High School Awards: All-State, Mr. Basketball (Louisiana) Top 5 Schools: Kansas, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Texas, Duke


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PG Corey Harris -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Height: 5-11 Weight: 158 High School: Titusville High School Hometown: Titusville, FL GPA: 2.85 Test Score: 950 Rating: **** Season Stats: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PTS OREB REB AST TOS A/T STL BLK PFS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13.7 2.0 4.7 7.3 2.8 2.65 1.4 0.3 1.8 Shooting Averages: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PM 3PA 3P% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5.5 11.6 .472 1.4 2.0 .718 1.4 3.9 .351 Recruiting Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Qualified: Yes Rankings: #46 Overall, #10 PG, Southeast Region #12 Overall, Southeast Region #2 PG High School Awards: All-State Top 5 Schools: Florida, Duke, Tennessee, North Carolina, Ohio State


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SG Chucker McDaniel -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Height: 6-4 Weight: 211 High School: Spruce Creek High School Hometown: Port Orange, FL GPA: 2.86 Test Score: 1060 Rating: *** Season Stats: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PTS OREB REB AST TOS A/T STL BLK PFS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17.1 0.6 4.6 2.7 1.6 1.71 0.7 0.2 4.0 Shooting Averages: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PM 3PA 3P% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7.8 13.7 .571 1.2 1.7 .697 0.3 1.3 .231 Recruiting Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Qualified: Yes Rankings: #48 Overall, #7 SG, Southeast Region #14 Overall, Southeast Region #3 SG High School Awards: None Top 5 Schools: Florida, Tennessee, Wake Forest, Duke, Alabama


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PG Da Hoo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Height: 5-9 Weight: 170 High School: Mt. Markham High School Hometown: West Winfield, NY GPA: 2.61 Test Score: 820 Rating: *** Season Stats: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PTS OREB REB AST TOS A/T STL BLK PFS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13.2 0.9 5.7 6.3 2.5 2.50 1.4 0.0 1.9 Shooting Averages: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PM 3PA 3P% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6.0 11.3 .531 0.6 1.3 .480 0.6 2.0 .282 Recruiting Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Qualified: Yes Rankings: #22 PG, East Region #20 Overall, East Region #5 PG High School Awards: None Top 5 Schools: Syracuse, Siena, Colgate, Ohio State, Connecticut


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C David Ginsberg -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Height: 6-8 Weight: 243 High School: Killingly High School Hometown: Danielson, CT GPA: 2.61 Test Score: 1120 Rating: *** Season Stats: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PTS OREB REB AST TOS A/T STL BLK PFS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16.6 2.7 12.4 1.9 1.7 1.12 0.6 3.9 2.2 Shooting Averages: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PM 3PA 3P% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6.6 13.0 .508 2.9 4.6 .626 0.6 2.3 .244 Recruiting Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Qualified: Yes Rankings: East Region #68 Overall, East Region #12 C High School Awards: None Top 5 Schools: Connecticut, Northeastern, Boston University, Boston College, Quinnipiac

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Old 10-08-2013, 10:25 AM   #2
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C Patrick Hutt- Marquette has jumped out of nowhere to become Patrick's #1choice, it helps that they've offered a scholarship. The rest of his top 5 have not offered, and they consist of Michigan St., Kansas, North Carolina, and Pittsburgh.

SF Deacon Palmer- Mississippi St., Oklahoma, Oklahoma St., Michigan St., and Texas A&M are on Deacon's list. Oklahoma State has offered.

PG Corey Harris- It appears that Mr. Harris may want to stay close to home, as right now he is looking at Miami, South Florida, and Florida Gulf Coast. So far only South Florida has offered.

SG Chucker McDaniel- Chucker is being hush hush about his list. (Really the deal with Chucker is that there were no 3 or 4 star SG's from Kentucky, so I had to go to Florida to find one. I noticed it on the player card, so I edited Chucker to be from Kentucky and I am waiting to see what his top 5 looks like after the edit to a different state. Sorry about that wahoomac!

PG Da Hoo- Providence, St. Johns, Syracuse, Marist, and LaSalle round out Mr. Hoo's top 5. Providence, Marist, and LaSalle have offered.

C David Ginsberg- Quinnipiac has offered David a scholarship. Also on the list of his top 5 schools that have not offered are Iona, UConn, Northeastern, and Boston College.
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:29 AM   #3
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Wow, hopefully now that Jace is at a program he'll be successful. That recruitment process is a big of a red flag though :S
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:01 PM   #4
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C Patrick Hutt- Tennessee has jumped into his top 5, and Kansas has moved out. The favorite still appears to be Marquette, but North Carolina has also offered a schollie.

SF Deacon Palmer- Texas A&M is out, Notre Dame is in, but Mississippi St. and Oklahoma St. have both offered and appear to be the favorites.

PG Corey Harris- It's between Miami and South Florida for Corey, as he told Florida Gulf Coast thanks but no thanks. Both have offered, and they appear to be neck and neck for Corey's services.

SG Chucker McDaniel- Tennessee, Duke, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, and West Virginia are the top 5 that Chucker released today, although he is still waiting for a scholarship offer from somebody, anybody.

PG Da Hoo- Mr. Hoo apparently wanted to make up his mind early, as he is given Providence a soft verbal. Of course this could always change, but Providence has been on the top of Da's list for a while now.

C David Ginsberg- The small schools are on top in this battle, mostly Quinnipiac and Iona, who have both offered. Binghamton is now in the mix and have offered, as well as Boston College. The only one in Davids top 5 not to offer is St. Johns.
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:10 PM   #5
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C Patrick Hutt- The only change this month is Kansas back in the top 5, Tennessee out. No new scholarship offers. Marquette is still on top followed by North Carolina.

SF Deacon Palmer- Florida St. has replaced Oklahoma in Deacon's top 5, but Mississippi St. and Oklahoma St. are still on top, and they both have offered.

PG Corey Harris- Corey has given Miami a verbal, and appears headed to the ACC to be a Hurricane.

SG Chucker McDaniel- No change at all in Chuckers' top 5, it is exactly the same as last month, and still none of the teams have offered him.

PG Da Hoo- While he still has his verbal to Providence, Mr. Hoo has agreed to go visit the campus at Seton Hall, so maybe it isn't quite so clear cut and dry yet.

C David Ginsberg- It's between Iona and Quinnipiac for David. He has dismissed all the major schools, saying he would rather get more playing time at a small school than sit the bench at a BCS school.
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:19 PM   #6
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C Patrick Hutt- No change from last month, the top 5 remains the same, as Patrick hasn't made a decision yet. Being the #12 recruit in the nation (and quite honestly probably would have went pro out of high school had I turned that option on), he is being very highly recruited and wants to take his time with this decision.

SF Deacon Palmer- Deacon made it official today, signing with the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Mississippi State was the only other team that had offered him a scholarship, but he chose to go with the Cowboys.

PG Corey Harris- Another signing in the books, as Corey is going to Miami to compete in the tough ACC.

SG Chucker McDaniel- A huge surprise this month, as Richmond has jumped out of nowhere to offer Chucker a scholarship, jumping all the way to the top of the list. North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Florida, and West Virginia are still on the list, but none of those schools have offered.

PG Da Hoo- The visit to Seton Hall was enough to make Mr. Hoo reconsider his decision to sign with Providence, as he has opened it up again. It is still between Providence and Seton Hall, and Seton Hall has not offered, but I'm being told that if they do offer, Da may decommit from Providence and commit to Seton Hall. Wow!

C David Ginsberg- The winner of David's services: Iona. Can't say I'm totally surprised by this decision, as Iona has a better history and plays in a better conference than Quinnipiac. While they are still a small conference team, they are more notable of a team than Quinnipiac.
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:49 PM   #7
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Something I am going to do before the start of every season is turn off the option for players to refuse redshirts, then let everybody know where their player is scheduled to be on the depth chart. I will give you the options before redshirt decisions and after the computer AI makes redshirt decisions, but I will not save after training camp. Then I will go back and let you guys decide whether you want to use your redshirt year or not. So let's get it started.

Before Training Camp, no redshirts yet

PG Rob Nielsen (USC)- Starting PG
PG Will Brown (Kansas)- 9th on depth chart
SG Cannon Pace (Notre Dame)- 10th on depth chart
C Jawouk Bafou (Michigan St.)- 11th on depth chart
C Jace Hunter (Florida St.)- 12th on depth chart
PF Shannon Elliott (Idaho)- 9th on depth chart

After Training Camp- CPU decides redshirts

PG Rob Nielsen (USC)- Starting PG, Rob will be starting no matter what, so probably no need to redshirt him.

PG Will Brown (Kansas)- 8th on depth chart, moved up 1 spot, your decision vex.

SG Cannon Pace (Notre Dame)- 9th on depth chart, moved up 1 spot, your decision cmp

C Jawouk Bafou (Michigan St.)- The computer would redshirt Jawouk, as he isn't scheduled to play much this season. But it is ultimately your decision britrock88.

C Jace Hunter (Florida St.)- The computer would redshirt Jace, but it's up to you Travis.

PF Shannon Elliott (Idaho)- 8th on depth chart. This is my player, and I have a decision to make, I'm gonna ask you guys for help. There are 3 other players in front of Shannon that play the PF spot. Shannon can also move down to SG if need be, where he would be the third SF off the bench. I am tempted to redshirt him.

So pretty much everybody but coffee warlord has a decision to make, and I am not going to be able to proceed with this dynasty until those decisions are made.

The question is, do you guys want to make the decisions, or do you just want to leave it up to the computer to make those decisions like cmp does in his TCY/FOF dynasty. (I assume cmp leaves it up to the computer all the way.) Let me know, I'll be eagerly awaiting your responses.
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Old 10-08-2013, 11:24 PM   #8
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I would redshirt Elliot
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Old 10-09-2013, 12:37 AM   #9
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I'll take the redshirt please. I'm good with letting the computer make the decision if that makes it easier on you as well.
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Old 10-09-2013, 12:44 AM   #10
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RS Will Brown. And being as how there are 3 players ahead of Elliot, I would RS him as well.

I personally like the interactive touch of choosing to RS etc. But whatever works best and is easiest for you works for me. Loving the dynasty, thanks.
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Old 10-09-2013, 08:25 AM   #11
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Redshirting seems like the best move for Cannon.
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Old 10-10-2013, 06:49 PM   #12
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Redshirt sounds fine, especially if the AI suggests it.
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Old 10-11-2013, 02:33 PM   #13
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well considering it looks like 5 of our 6 recruits from season 1 will be redshirting in season 2, this could be a very quick season.

Everybody except for Rob Nielsen will be redshirting, as for now Rob is scheduled to be the starting PG over at USC.

I will have an update tonight, unfortunately my updates aren't going to be as fancy as cmp's graphics that he uses for his dynasty. Mine will mostly be text based, organized week by week for each player. I know it's pretty simple, and maybe a little boring, but its the best I can offer, so I hope you guys enjoy. For those of you that have followed my other interactive dynasties, you can pretty much expect close to the same format.
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Old 10-11-2013, 02:36 PM   #14
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I came to FOF for the text-based info, no problems here
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Old 10-12-2013, 10:02 PM   #15
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So we are ready to begin the regular season, where USC's Rob Nielsen will be our only player to log minutes, as our other 5 recruits from season 1 have redshirted. I am still going to give those teams results. I'm trying a new format, let me know what you guys think. It'll be week by week with each recruits team grouped separately.
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Old 10-12-2013, 10:10 PM   #16
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Preseason Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Ohio State (56) 0-0 1765 10 Big Ten Conference 2. Florida (8) 0-0 1703 21 Southeastern Conference 3. North Carolina 0-0 1633 20 Atlantic Coast Conference 4. West Virginia (5) 0-0 1572 9 Big 12 Conference 5. Connecticut 0-0 1478 23 Big East Conference 6. Oklahoma 0-0 1417 7 Big 12 Conference 7. Utah State (3) 0-0 1389 13 Western Athletic Conference 8. Villanova 0-0 1283 6 Big East Conference 9. UCLA 0-0 1200 NR Pacific-10 Conference 10. Xavier 0-0 1106 8 Atlantic 10 Conference 11. Butler 0-0 1022 2 Atlantic 10 Conference 12. Tennessee 0-0 961 NR Southeastern Conference 13. Notre Dame 0-0 928 NR Big East Conference 14. Pittsburgh 0-0 901 19 Big East Conference 15. Duke 0-0 820 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 16. Creighton 0-0 703 12 Missouri Valley Conference 17. Gonzaga 0-0 595 14 West Coast Conference 18. Georgetown 0-0 575 NR Big East Conference 19. Vanderbilt 0-0 534 NR Southeastern Conference 20. Mississippi State 0-0 510 15 Southeastern Conference 21. Maryland 0-0 378 NR Atlantic Coast Conference 22. Kansas 0-0 278 4 Big 12 Conference 23. Illinois State 0-0 227 NR Missouri Valley Conference 24. Syracuse 0-0 164 NR Big East Conference 25. Illinois 0-0 89 3 Big Ten Conference Others Receiving Votes: Wake Forest 0-0 50 Atlantic Coast Conference Memphis 0-0 47 Conference USA Louisville 0-0 28 Big East Conference Kentucky 0-0 17 Southeastern Conference Arizona 0-0 15 Pacific-10 Conference Arkansas 0-0 6 Southeastern Conference Texas 0-0 4 Big 12 Conference Oklahoma State 0-0 1 Big 12 Conference Providence 0-0 1 Big East Conference
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Old 10-12-2013, 10:23 PM   #17
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Only 3 of our recruits teams had games this week, so we will only be covering those teams.

PG Rob Nielsen (USC)

11/13/12 vs. Georgia State (W 69-62), 12 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists.
11/15/12 vs. Middle Tennessee (W 66-33), 10 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists.

Not a bad start to the season for Mr. Nielsen.

SG Cannon Pace (Notre Dame)

11/17/12 vs. Virginia Tech (W 78-54), redshirting
11/18/12 vs. Florida (W 67-47), redshirting


C Jawouk Bafou (Michigan St.)

11/15/12 vs. Northern Arizona (W 76-47), redshirting
11/17/12 vs. George Mason (W 79-70), redshirting



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Top 25 for Week of Nov. 19, 2012 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Villanova (42) 3-0 1760 8 Big East Conference 2. Connecticut (14) 2-0 1716 5 Big East Conference 3. North Carolina (7) 0-0 1645 3 Atlantic Coast Conference 4. Oklahoma (1) 1-0 1548 6 Big 12 Conference 5. Utah State (6) 1-0 1523 7 Western Athletic Conference 6. Notre Dame 2-0 1382 13 Big East Conference 7. UCLA (2) 1-0 1336 9 Pacific-10 Conference 8. Pittsburgh 2-0 1326 14 Big East Conference 9. Tennessee 1-0 1221 12 Southeastern Conference 10. Duke 1-0 1116 15 Atlantic Coast Conference 11. Butler 0-0 1050 11 Atlantic 10 Conference 12. Georgetown 2-0 1026 18 Big East Conference 13. Creighton 1-0 989 16 Missouri Valley Conference 14. Gonzaga 0-0 788 17 West Coast Conference 15. Vanderbilt 0-0 765 19 Southeastern Conference 16. Mississippi State 0-0 724 20 Southeastern Conference 17. Illinois State 1-0 650 23 Missouri Valley Conference 18. Kansas 0-0 551 22 Big 12 Conference 19. Kentucky 3-0 549 NR Southeastern Conference 20. Illinois 1-0 461 25 Big Ten Conference 21. Syracuse 0-0 395 24 Big East Conference 22. Memphis 1-0 308 NR Conference USA 23. Arizona 2-0 208 NR Pacific-10 Conference 24. Oklahoma State 1-0 136 NR Big 12 Conference 25. Louisville 0-0 87 NR Big East Conference Others Receiving Votes: Ohio State 0-1 42 Big Ten Conference Texas 0-0 26 Big 12 Conference Florida 1-1 24 Southeastern Conference Arkansas 0-0 21 Southeastern Conference West Virginia 0-1 8 Big 12 Conference Georgia Tech 0-0 6 Atlantic Coast Conference New Mexico 0-0 5 Mountain West Conference Providence 0-0 4 Big East Conference Boston College 0-0 2 Atlantic Coast Conference Alabama 0-0 1 Southeastern Conference Miami 0-0 1 Atlantic Coast Conference

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Old 10-12-2013, 10:44 PM   #18
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PG Rob Nielsen (USC)

11/22/12 vs. N.C. State (W 91-73), 13 points, 12 rebounds, 7 assists.
11/23/12 vs. #2 UConn (W 53-49), 5 points, 1 rebound, 4 assists.
11/25/12 at #2 UConn (L 65-59), 17 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists.

Tough week for USC who had to turn around and face UConn again after beating them in the championship game of the GDS Classic. Rob had another very solid week.

PG Will Brown (#18 Kansas), redshirting

11/22/12 vs. Oakland (W 73-69)
11/23/12 vs. #14 Gonzaga (L 69-53)
11/24/12 vs. Old Dominion (W 85-53)


SG Cannon Pace (#13 Notre Dame), redshirting

No games this week

C Jawouk Bafou (Michigan St.), redshirting

11/24/12 vs. UNLV (L 74-68)


C Jace Hunter (Florida St.), redshirting

11/23/12 vs. Northeastern (W 87-41)
11/24/12 vs. Purdue (L 88-79)
11/25/12 vs. Alabama (W 91-58)

PF Shannon Elliott (Idaho), redshirting

11/23/12 at Montana (L 71-68)
11/25/12 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (W 55-50)


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Top 25 for Week of Nov. 26th, 2012 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Utah State (51) 3-0 1775 5 Western Athletic Conference 2. Pittsburgh (15) 4-0 1700 8 Big East Conference 3. Oklahoma (2) 2-0 1671 4 Big 12 Conference 4. Duke (4) 3-0 1545 10 Atlantic Coast Conference 5. Notre Dame 2-0 1503 6 Big East Conference 6. Gonzaga 3-0 1438 14 West Coast Conference 7. Butler 2-0 1368 11 Atlantic 10 Conference 8. Georgetown 2-0 1270 12 Big East Conference 9. Kentucky 5-0 1256 19 Southeastern Conference 10. Mississippi State 2-0 1189 16 Southeastern Conference 11. Syracuse 2-0 1084 21 Big East Conference 12. Arizona 3-0 968 23 Pacific-10 Conference 13. Connecticut 4-1 919 2 Big East Conference 14. Texas 3-0 821 NR Big 12 Conference 15. North Carolina 2-1 629 3 Atlantic Coast Conference 16. Marquette 3-0 577 NR Big East Conference 17. Villanova 3-1 570 1 Big East Conference 18. Ohio State 1-1 492 NR Big Ten Conference 19. Nebraska 1-0 414 NR Big Ten Conference 20. Providence 3-0 377 NR Big East Conference 21. West Virginia 2-1 365 NR Big 12 Conference 22. Florida 1-1 342 NR Southeastern Conference 23. New Mexico 2-0 322 NR Mountain West Conference 24. Boston College 3-0 252 NR Atlantic Coast Conference 25. Indiana 3-0 177 NR Big Ten Conference Others Receiving Votes: UCLA 1-1 111 Pacific-10 Conference Iowa State 3-0 79 Big 12 Conference California 1-0 56 Pacific-10 Conference Creighton 3-1 56 Missouri Valley Conference Xavier 1-1 15 Atlantic 10 Conference UAB 3-0 14 Conference USA Maryland 2-1 10 Atlantic Coast Conference St. John's 2-0 9 Big East Conference Charlotte 2-0 8 Atlantic 10 Conference Vanderbilt 1-1 8 Southeastern Conference South Carolina 3-0 5 Southeastern Conference Auburn 3-0 4 Southeastern Conference Saint Joseph's 2-0 1 Atlantic 10 Conference
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:26 PM   #19
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Not a lot of action for any of our recruits and teams this week.

PG Rob Nielsen (USC)

11/30/12 @ Bryant University (W 75-51) 17 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists.

PG Will Brown (Kansas), redshirting

11/29/12 @ Prairie View A&M (W 85-32)

SG Cannon Pace (Notre Dame), redshirting

11/27/12 vs. UMBC (W 72-69)

C Jawouk Bafou (Michigan St.), redshirting

No games this week

C Jace Hunter (Florida St.), redshirting

No games this week

PF Shannon Elliott (Idaho), redshirting

11/27/12 vs. Howard (W 75-60)

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Top 25 for Week of Dec. 3, 2012 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Oklahoma (65) 4-0 1791 3 Big 12 Conference 2. Pittsburgh (4) 5-0 1709 2 Big East Conference 3. Gonzaga (2) 5-0 1643 6 West Coast Conference 4. Notre Dame 3-0 1546 5 Big East Conference 5. Syracuse 5-0 1525 11 Big East Conference 6. Mississippi State 5-0 1417 10 Southeastern Conference 7. Kentucky (1) 6-0 1358 9 Southeastern Conference 8. Georgetown 3-0 1329 8 Big East Conference 9. Connecticut 6-1 1276 13 Big East Conference 10. Utah State 5-1 1048 1 Western Athletic Conference 11. Marquette 5-0 1001 16 Big East Conference 12. West Virginia 4-1 999 21 Big 12 Conference 13. Villanova 4-1 819 17 Big East Conference 14. Ohio State 3-1 785 18 Big Ten Conference 15. Texas 4-0 775 14 Big 12 Conference 16. Florida 2-1 705 22 Southeastern Conference 17. Creighton 5-1 624 NR Missouri Valley Conference 18. Providence 4-0 585 20 Big East Conference 19. Duke 4-1 565 4 Atlantic Coast Conference 20. Iowa State 5-0 438 NR Big 12 Conference 21. Indiana 4-0 423 25 Big Ten Conference 22. UCLA 2-1 400 NR Pacific-10 Conference 23. Kansas 3-1 220 NR Big 12 Conference 24. Oklahoma State 3-1 85 NR Big 12 Conference 25. UAB 5-0 74 NR Conference USA Others Receiving Votes: Oregon 3-0 72 Pacific-10 Conference South Carolina 6-0 52 Southeastern Conference Arizona 3-1 47 Pacific-10 Conference Wyoming 6-0 40 Mountain West Conference UNLV 4-0 12 Mountain West Conference Seton Hall 4-0 10 Big East Conference Wake Forest 1-1 7 Atlantic Coast Conference James Madison 5-0 6 Colonial Athletic Association Western Michigan 6-0 6 Mid-American Conference St. Peter's 4-0 3 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Boston College 4-1 2 Atlantic Coast Conference Boston University 3-0 1 America East Conference Northwestern State 3-0 1 Southland Conference Xavier 1-1 1 Atlantic 10 Conference
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:31 PM   #20
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3 recruits have yet to sign with schools, and lets check in to see if any of them have signed since November.

C Patrick Hutt- The 12th ranked recruit in the nation has made his decision, and he has chosen Marquette.

SG Chucker McDaniel- Chucker is still undecided, but Richmond is the favorite right now as they are the only school that has offered. Louisville, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, and Maryland are also under consideration, but none of them have offered.

PG Da Hoo- Last we checked, Mr. Hoo had opened things up to Seton Hall and looked to decommit from Providence. When it was all said and done, Da decided to stay committed to Providence, and actually signed, so he will join Mr. Hutt in the Big East.
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:46 PM   #21
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PG Rob Nielsen (USC)

12/5/12 vs. #11 Marquette (W 49-45), 6 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists.
12/7/12 vs. UC Riverside (W 76-41), 14 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists.
12/9/12 vs. TCU (W 75-29), 26 points (season high), 2 rebounds, 2 assists, POTG.

PG Will Brown (Kansas), redshirting

12/4/12 vs. Xavier (W 84-55)
12/6/12 @ Butler (W 79-67)
12/9/12 vs. Iona (W 88-43)

SG Cannon Pace (Notre Dame), redshirting

12/3/12 @ Wisconsin (W 67-66)
12/6/12 vs. UC Irvine (W 90-57)
12/9/12 @ Butler (L 77-56)

C Jawouk Bafou (Michigan St.), redshirting

12/4/12 @ #5 Syracuse (L 86-65)
12/7/12 vs. Illinois St. (W 78-68)
12/9/12 @ Detroit (W 84-63)

C Jace Hunter (Florida St.), redshirting

12/3/12 @ Arkansas St. (W 70-62)
12/5/12 vs. Western Kentucky (W 96-54)

PF Shannon Elliott (Idaho), redshirting

12/5/12 @ Air Force (L 71-59)
12/7/12 vs. Longwood (L 55-51)

Top 25 for week of Dec. 10, 2012

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# Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (68) 7-0 1796 2 Big East Conference 2. Connecticut 9-1 1686 9 Big East Conference 3. Mississippi State (4) 8-0 1648 6 Southeastern Conference 4. Syracuse 6-0 1637 5 Big East Conference 5. Oklahoma 6-1 1483 1 Big 12 Conference 6. Utah State 7-1 1383 10 Western Athletic Conference 7. Villanova 6-1 1279 13 Big East Conference 8. West Virginia 5-1 1256 12 Big 12 Conference 9. Florida 4-1 1214 16 Southeastern Conference 10. Texas 7-0 1197 15 Big 12 Conference 11. Ohio State 5-1 1029 14 Big Ten Conference 12. Notre Dame 5-1 948 4 Big East Conference 13. Gonzaga 6-1 883 3 West Coast Conference 14. Providence 6-0 816 18 Big East Conference 15. Duke 5-1 806 19 Atlantic Coast Conference 16. Kansas 6-1 760 23 Big 12 Conference 17. Indiana 7-0 710 21 Big Ten Conference 18. UCLA 4-1 674 22 Pacific-10 Conference 19. Kentucky 7-1 517 7 Southeastern Conference 20. Georgetown 4-1 502 8 Big East Conference 21. Arizona 5-1 310 NR Pacific-10 Conference 22. Oklahoma State 4-1 254 24 Big 12 Conference 23. South Carolina 9-0 185 NR Southeastern Conference 24. UNLV 6-0 127 NR Mountain West Conference 25. Marquette 5-1 121 11 Big East Conference Others Receiving Votes: North Carolina 6-2 102 Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College 6-1 24 Atlantic Coast Conference Nebraska 4-1 20 Big Ten Conference New Mexico 6-1 16 Mountain West Conference Baylor 3-0 4 Big 12 Conference Creighton 6-2 4 Missouri Valley Conference Miami 4-1 4 Atlantic Coast Conference UAB 7-1 4 Conference USA Missouri 4-1 1 Southeastern Conference



It's absolutely amazing to me that USC, at 8-1, can't even garner not even 1 vote. Crazy.
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:55 PM   #22
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East coast bias.
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:01 PM   #23
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Dec. 10-16, 2012

PG Rob Nielsen (USC)

12/11/12 @ #6 Utah St. (L 86-67), 28 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists.
12/14/12 vs. UC Irvine (W 94-83), 24 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists.

PG Will Brown (Kansas), redshirting

12/11/12 vs. Cincinnati (W 55-53)
12/16/12 vs. Indiana St. (W 80-53)

SG Cannon Pace (Notre Dame), redshirting

12/13/12 vs. South Carolina St. (W 88-50)

C Jawouk Bafou (Michigan St.), redshirting

No games this week

C Jace Hunter (Florida St.), redshirting

12/12/12 vs. Bryant (W 70-49)
12/14/12 Jacksonville St. (W 77-45)

PF Shannon Elliott (Idaho), redshirting

12/11/12 @ #13 Gonzaga (L 58-43)

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Top 25 for Week of Dec. 17, 2012 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (69) 8-0 1797 1 Big East Conference 2. Connecticut 10-1 1712 2 Big East Conference 3. Syracuse 7-0 1621 4 Big East Conference 4. Mississippi State (3) 9-0 1600 3 Southeastern Conference 5. Utah State 9-1 1524 6 Western Athletic Conference 6. Oklahoma 6-1 1386 5 Big 12 Conference 7. West Virginia 7-1 1347 8 Big 12 Conference 8. Villanova 7-1 1246 7 Big East Conference 9. Florida 5-1 1226 9 Southeastern Conference 10. Kansas 8-1 1055 16 Big 12 Conference 11. Texas 9-0 1053 10 Big 12 Conference 12. Duke 7-1 1034 15 Atlantic Coast Conference 13. Gonzaga 8-1 1023 13 West Coast Conference 14. Notre Dame 6-1 853 12 Big East Conference 15. Ohio State 5-1 825 11 Big Ten Conference 16. Providence 8-0 734 14 Big East Conference 17. UCLA 5-1 674 18 Pacific-10 Conference 18. Georgetown 5-1 527 20 Big East Conference 19. Arizona 7-1 521 21 Pacific-10 Conference 20. Marquette 8-1 401 25 Big East Conference 21. North Carolina 7-2 253 NR Atlantic Coast Conference 22. Nebraska 6-1 238 NR Big Ten Conference 23. UNLV 8-0 223 24 Mountain West Conference 24. South Carolina 10-0 171 23 Southeastern Conference 25. Boston College 8-1 133 NR Atlantic Coast Conference Others Receiving Votes: Creighton 7-2 96 Missouri Valley Conference Miami 7-1 42 Atlantic Coast Conference New Mexico 7-1 28 Mountain West Conference Kentucky 9-2 20 Southeastern Conference Memphis 8-2 15 Conference USA UAB 9-1 11 Conference USA Indiana 7-1 5 Big Ten Conference San Diego 8-0 2 West Coast Conference VCU 6-1 2 Atlantic 10 Conference Washington 5-0 2 Pacific-10 Conference
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Old 11-04-2013, 11:26 AM   #24
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sorry for the lack of posts, I have been out of town for the past couple weeks dealing with an emergency, and haven't been able to get to a computer. and I won't be back until next week at the earliest. As soon as I get back, I am going to start posting like crazy on this dynasty. Again, I apologize for the lack of posts, I hope to be back by next week.
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Old 11-10-2013, 12:45 PM   #25
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I'm back in town folks, with good news and bad news. The good news is I now have a brand new pc in my basement, virus free and about 3 times faster than my old one. The bad news is my FBCB Interactive Dynasty files didn't back up properly, so I'm starting from scratch. Fortunately I wasn't too far into this one, but I am going to continue it, and I am also debating on whether to buy the pro game as well so some of you can continue your college careers in the pros.

What I need from you guys is a head count of those who are still interested in this, and if you want to keep your recruit the same or change it. If I have enough interest I will definitely restart it. So let me know yay or nay if you would like to see me try yet another FBCB Interactive Dynasty.

I plan on starting it Tuesday. I've taken the day off work to watch the majority of the ESPN Tip-Off Marathon, so I will have plenty of time to get this going, as well as work on some other projects, just let me know guys. Thanks.
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Old 11-10-2013, 01:16 PM   #26
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My player hasn't started yet, but I'd be interested in seeing it. Always enjoy these kind of dynasties.
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Old 11-10-2013, 01:18 PM   #27
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I'm still interested in starting over with my same info.
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Old 11-10-2013, 01:21 PM   #28
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Ditto.
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Old 11-10-2013, 10:05 PM   #29
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Location: Canada eh
Definitely still interested and looking forward to it
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Old 11-12-2013, 05:40 AM   #30
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Continue pls, thanks.
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Old 11-12-2013, 08:40 AM   #31
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Thanks for the responses guys. Unfortunately I'm not going to be able to get this going until the weekend, or maybe not until next Monday or Tuesday, as my computer tech wants to have a look at my comp over the weekend just to make sure everything is good to go (no viruses, malware, etc) before I start downloading stuff. A pain I know, but I'd rather have you guys wait a week as opposed to getting going and having to scratch the project due to more computer issues.

As soon as I have the ok, I will get FBCB downloaded and get going on this again, you have my word. Thanks for your patience!
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