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Old 01-19-2020, 03:49 PM   #1
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Wisconsin State Porcupine Football (NCAA 14)

Program History
All-Time Record: 306-125
Big Ten Championships: 9 (2019, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2028, 2029, 2034, 2037, 2040)
National Championships: 2 (2028, 2040)



Record by Season
NCAA 10
FBS Independent
The Shawn Watson Era (2 years, 0-24)
2009: 0-12
2010: 0-12
The Chad Glasgow Era (4 years, 24-27)
2011: 2-10
2012: 8-5 (Insight Bowl Win vs. Baylor)
2013: 7-6 (Eagle Bank Bowl Win vs. Toledo)
2014: 7-6 (Independence Bowl Win vs. Texas A&M)
The Scott Frost Era (23 years, 236-64)
2015: 4-8
2016: 12-1 (Armed Forces Bowl Win vs. Air Force | 8th Coaches, 9th AP)
2017: 10-3 (Orange Bowl Loss vs. Florida State | 8th Coaches, 7th AP)
Big Ten Conference
2018: 10-3 (5-3, 4th Big Ten | Outback Bowl Win vs. Arkansas | 9th Coaches, 9th AP)
2019: 12-1 (8-0, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS | BCSNCG Loss vs. Notre Dame | 4th Coaches, 3rd AP)
2020: 11-2 (6-2, 4th Big Ten | Champs Sports Bowl Win vs. Miami | 10th Coaches, 10th AP)
NCAA 11

2021: 11-2 (7-1, 2nd Big Ten | Sugar Bowl Win vs. TCU | 4th Coaches, 3rd AP)
2022: 11-2 (6-2, 3rd Big Ten | Outback Bowl Win vs. Auburn | 10th Coaches, 10th AP)
2023: 9-4 (6-2, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS | Rose Bowl Loss vs. USC | 21st Coaches, 22nd AP)
2024: 11-2 (6-2, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS | Rose Bowl Win vs. USC | 5th Coaches, 3rd AP)
2025: 10-3 (6-2, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS | Rose Bowl Win vs. USC | 10th Coaches, 7th AP)
2026: 11-2 (7-1, 3rd Big Ten | Capital One Bowl Win vs. LSU | 11th Coaches, 11th AP)
2027: 12-1 (7-1, 2nd Big Ten | Orange Bowl Win vs. Cincinnati | 5th Coaches, 5th AP)
2028: 13-0 (8-0, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS, BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONS | BCSNCG Win vs. Alabama | 1st Coaches, 1st AP)
2029: 11-2 (7-1, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS | Rose Bowl Win vs. USC | 10th Coaches, 8th AP)
NCAA 12
2030: 10-3 (7-2, 2nd Big Ten West | Capital One Bowl Win vs. Arkansas | 18th Coaches, 16th AP)
2031: 10-3 (7-2, 2nd Big Ten West | Rose Bowl Win vs. Nevada | 4th Coaches, 4th AP)
2032: 10-3 (7-2, 2nd Big Ten West | Capital One Bowl Loss vs. LSU | 11th Coaches, 13th AP)
2033: 8-5 (5-4, 4th Big Ten West | Ticket City Bowl Win vs. Northern Illinois | NR Coaches, 25th AP)
2034: 12-2 (7-2, 1st Big Ten West, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS | Rose Bowl Win vs. Arizona State | 5th Coaches, 2nd AP)
NCAA 13
2035: 8-5 (4-5, 5th Big Ten West | Ticket City Bowl Win vs. Tulsa | NR Coaches, NR AP)
2036: 9-4 (6-3, 3rd Big Ten West | Gator Bowl Win vs. Tennessee | 20th Coaches, 20th AP)
2037: 11-3 (8-1, 1st Big Ten West, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS | Rose Bowl Win vs. Utah (6th Coaches, 3rd AP)
The James Brutus Era (4 Years, 46-10)
2038: 12-2 (8-1, 1st Big Ten Leaders | Fiesta Bowl Win vs. SMU | 6th Coaches, 6th AP)
2039: 9-4 (6-3, 2nd Big Ten Leaders | Rose Bowl Loss vs. Stanford | 16th coaches, 16th AP)
NCAA 14
2040: 14-1 (8-1, 1st Big Ten West, BIG TEN CHAMPIONS, CFP NATIONAL CHAMPIONS | Rose Bowl (CFP Semifinal) Win vs. Tennessee; CFPNCG Win vs. Oklahoma (1st Coaches, 1st AP)
2041: 11-3 (8-1, 1st Big Ten West | Rose Bowl Win vs. Washington (9th Coaches', 7th AP)



National Champions
NCAA 10
2009: Florida (14-0)
2010: Ole Miss (13-1)
2011: Notre Dame (12-1)
2012: Ohio State (13-0)
2013: Tennessee (13-1)
2014: Florida (14-0)
2015: Florida State (13-1)
2016: Virginia Tech (13-1)
2017: Texas (13-1)
2018: Alabama (13-1)
2019: Notre Dame (13-0)
2020: Cincinnati (13-0)
NCAA 11
2021: Alabama (14-0)
2022: Texas (14-0)
2023: Alabama (14-0)
2024: Alabama (14-0)
2025: Notre Dame (13-0)
2026: USC (13-0)
2027: TCU (13-0)
2028: Wisconsin State (13-0)
2029: Texas (14-0)
NCAA 12
2030: Oklahoma (12-2)
2031: Oregon (14-0)
2032: Wisconsin (13-1)
2033: Florida State (14-0)
2034: Houston (13-1)
NCAA 13
2035: Michigan State (13-0)
2036: Washington (14-0)
2037: USC (10-2)
2038: Oregon (11-1)
2039: UCF (13-0)
NCAA 14
2040: Wisconsin State (14-1)
2041: LSU (15-0)



Most National Championships
Alabama - 4
Notre Dame - 3
Texas - 3
Florida - 2
Florida State - 2
USC - 2
Oregon - 2
Wisconsin State - 2
Ole Miss - 1
Ohio State - 1
Tennessee - 1
Virginia Tech - 1
Cincinnati - 1
TCU - 1
Oklahoma - 1
Wisconsin - 1
Houston - 1
Michigan State - 1
Washington - 1
UCF - 1
LSU -1


Cheese State Showdown (Wisconsin State Leads 20-13)
NCAA 10
2009: Wisconsin 42, Wisconsin State 14 (Kenosha)
2010: Wisconsin 42, Wisconsin State 17 (Madison)
2011: #8 Wisconsin 49, Wisconsin State 0 (Kenosha)
2012: Wisconsin State 10, #19 Wisconsin 7 (Madison)
2013: Wisconsin State 31, Wisconsin (Kenosha)
2014: Wisconsin 59, Wisconsin State 36 (Madison)
2015: #3 Wisconsin 35, Wisconsin State 23 (Kenosha)
2016: Wisconsin State 28, #8 Wisconsin 24 (Madison)
2017: #8 Wisconsin State 28, #2 Wisconsin 14 (Kenosha)
2018: #6 Wisconsin 54, #14 Wisconsin State 20 (Kenosha)
2019: #1 Wisconsin State 17, #6 Wisconsin 13 (Madison)
2020: #3 Wisconsin 31, #6 Wisconsin State 14 (Madison)
NCAA 11
2021: Wisconsin State 38, #6 Wisconsin 7 (Madison)
2022: #10 Wisconsin State 10, Wisconsin 15 (Kenosha)
2023: #7 Wisconsin State 34, #6 Wisconsin 14 (Madison)
2024: Wisconsin 24, #3 Wisconsin State 21 (Kenosha)
2025: #13 Wisconsin State 41, #9 Wisconsin 13 (Madison)
2026: #11 Wisconsin State 56, Wisconsin 0 (Kenosha)
2027: #3 Wisconsin State 30, Wisconsin 27 (OT) (Madison)
2028: #3 Wisconsin State 24, Wisconsin 14 (Kenosha)
2029: #7 Wisconsin State 42, Wisconsin 0 (Madison)
NCAA 12
2030: Wisconsin State 23, #7 Wisconsin 6 (Kenosha)
2031: #19 Wisconsin 49, #15 Wisconsin State 35 (Madison)
2032: #2 Wisconsin 10, #6 Wisconsin State 9 (Madison)
2033: Wisconsin State 77, Wisconsin 17 (Kenosha)
2034: #15 Wisconsin State 34, Wisconsin 24 (Madison)
NCAA 13
2035: #9 Wisconsin 42, Wisconsin State 28 (Kenosha)
2036: #10 Wisconsin 21, #17 Wisconsin State 13 (Madison)
2037: Wisconsin State 34, #1 Wisconsin 31 (OT) (Kenosha)
2038: #34 Wisconsin State 27, #13 Wisconsin 20 (Madison)
2039: #15 Wisconsin State 17, #3 Wisconsin 10 (Kenosha)
NCAA 14
2040: Wisconsin 31, #2 Wisconsin State 24 (Madison)
2041: #11 Wisconsin State 23, Wisconsin 17 (Kenosha)
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Re: Wisconsin State Porcupine Football (NCAA 14)

There is a chance some of you may be familiar with this dynasty if you were around other corners of the internet NCAA Football community many moons ago. More coming soon.
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Hi everyone. You probably donít know me. I donít think Iíve ever posted on OS before. Iíve lurked from time to time to read dynasties, and pick up info for NCAA, like sliders and the playoff mod.

Iíve been a long time fan of NCAA. This dynasty started back in the summer of 2009 when NCAA 10 was launched with Team Builder. It started with a full on report on a different NCAA community site. When a new game was released, Iíd recreate the team in team builder to match my roster from the last version of the game and port them over to the new game.

Through the years I have taken many breaks - this thing has gone on multiple year hiatus multiple times, but whenever I get the itch to play, I like to do a report. I like sharing my progress. Unfortunately, due to circumstances out of my control, the original thread with the original dynasty work was lost years ago. Iíve reported casually on another site, but the community there, at least as it comes to dynasty reports, is all but dead.

So Iím coming here, where some people may enjoy following along. I will preface this by saying this wonít be a detailed report which many of you have done such an outstanding job on. Iíll probably write a short season preview before each year. During season, Iíll live tweet games on twitter @WiscStFootball (https://twitter.com/wiscstfootball). You can see my efforts there from several years ago before I stopped maintaining the feed. The in game updates will be similar. Iíll also post a link to the tweet thread after each game, along with final stats (literally pictures of my TV taken with my phone) and a few pictures (taken the same way).

This will not be fancy or detailed, but hopefully some of you enjoy the updates.

Cheers!


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Wisconsin State Porcupines 2042 Football Preview


Coach James Brutus may have the most talent he's had during his time in Kenosha on this roster, which is saying quite a bit considering all he's done is go 46-10 in his four years with the Porcupines, including winning the College Football Playoff National championship two years ago in 2040. There are question marks, yes, including the quarterback room where the starter projects to be a guy who has thrown one career college pass - but the talent around him should provide for a smooth transition to starter.

Quarterback
As eluded to above, fourth-year Junior Michael Hyatt (95) has thrown all of one pass and projects to be the starter. It's rare this day and age to see a quarterback as highly regarded as Hyatt was coming out of high school (a four-star product out of Michigan) stick around this long without winning a starting job, but Hyatt will finally get his day after Chris Ryan declared for the NFL draft with a year of eligibility left and was taken in the third round.

Sophomore Calvin Upshaw (89) is another example of a highly rated prospect. Upshaw carried a five-star rating coming out of Louisiana and is projected to serve as the backup. Redshirt Fresman Marquez Glover (80) will add depth. The departure of freshman Christian Daniels to transfer opened up a spot in the quarterback room. Daniels' transfer seemed to catch the porcupine staff off guard, as Brendon Lewis (76) signed in the late signing period and was not on the recruiting radar until after Daniels announced his transfer.


Running Back
Wisconsin State produced two 1,000 yard rushers as part of last year's 11-3 team that won the Rose Bowl. One of those was departed senior Kyle Paris. The other, rising senior Brandon Calhoun (94) returns and figures to have the "thunder" role in the backfield once again. The "lightning" part will be played by Sophomore Eric Capps (92). Redshirt Freshman TJ Pledger (80) will be the third running back, although word around the campfire is he isn't progressing as well as the coaches had hoped - though it likely won't be enough for either of true freshmen Tank Bigsby (77) or CJ Beasley (75) to have their redshirts pulled, barring injury


Receiver
The Porcs lost their top two receivers off last year's team in Todd Ballew (Senior) and Bo Morse (Junior, NFL draft). That opened up a spot for Junior Mike O'Neal (86) to potentially become the #1 receiver for 2042. Although he's the fastest receiver in the group, he seems to have been passed up on the depth chart by Seniors Ron Bonds (91) and Cole Newell (87). O'Neal will likely play the third receiver fiddle similar to 2041, which is a little disappointing considering the high hopes that many had for him to be a true deep threat.

Sophomores Nick Marder (83) and Kam'Ron Mays-Hunt (79) will see the filed in four- and five-receiver sets. Redshirt Freshmen Wooby Theork (77) and Josh Fleeks (76) provide the depth here while true freshman Kieron Reynolds (77) will likely redshirt.

The missing piece in this group is the true blow the top off the defense deep threat, which Wisconsin State does not have. Look for that to be addressed in recruiting this year, especially with two seniors at the top of the depth chart.

Tight End
Returning starter Junior William Johnson (80) seems to have lost his spot here. The fall could be for multiple reasons - Sophomore Darrell Fields (84) may be developed enough to overcome him, or perhaps the whispers we've heard about using the tight ends more in the passing game are more than just a rumor - Fields is a much better receiver than Johnson. Regardless of the reasoning, Sophomore Chase Brown (84) appears to have also passed up Johnson and will slot in as the #2 tight end.

Offensive Line
This may be one of the strongest O-Line units in the country. Senior Kyle Carlson (99) anchors this unit from the center spot. He is probably the best Center in the country, and should be the favorite to win the Rimington this year. As crazy as it sounds, two players who entered the program as centers (and could one very well move back to center next year upon Carlson's departure) will start at the two tackle spots: Junior Kenny Bryant (90) and Senior Derek Jones (90). It's not uncommon for a center to flex out to a guard, but playing tackle is a whole different animal - it really goes to show you just how athletic the offensive linemen that James Brutus recruits are. The guard spots will be filled by Junior Kyle Montgomery (89) and Senior Toby Moore (94).

The backups across the line provide very quality depth as well. Senior Clay Carter (87) and Junior Greg Smins (89) would start at tackle for most programs in the Big Ten. The same could be said for Seniors Terrell Paxton (88) and Xavier Powell (86) at guard. It really is an embarrassment of riches.

Sophomore Josh Headlee (82) and Redshirt Freshman Michael Remondet (80) provide depth at tackle, along with senior Isaiah Scott (85). True freshman Everett Johnson (60) will redshirt as a huge development project and likely won't see the field any time soon. Sophomore Thomas Davis (75) is a reserve at guard, and true freshman Austin Collins (75), while loaded with upside, will redshirt due to the great depth in front of him.

Defensive End
The graduation of all-time school sack leader Jordan Buckley and the early entry into the NFL draft of his counterpart Ted Bryant has paved the way for Sophomore Tommy Johnson (90) and Junior Terrell Richardson (88) to step into starting roles. They will be back up by a lot of promising youth, including Sophomore Shannon Carswell (81), Redshirt Freshmen Brandon Nettles (78) and David Nwaogwugwu (76) and true freshman Robert Wooten (77), though Wooten will likely take a redshirt.


Defensive Tackle
Senior Ted Bryant (93) and Junior Terrance Stephens (91) return as veteran starters for this unit. Top Reserve from 2041 Derrick O'Brien (who famously secured the Rose Bowl winning sack against Washington back in January) has decided to grad transfer in hopes of a starting role for his final year of eligibility. This means Senior Mike Jones (83) will finally see significant playing time. Redshirt Fresman Emeka Jilliani (77) is the depth and true freshman Michael Reese (76) will redshirt.


Linebacker
Wisconsin State returns - count them - zero natural inside linebackers after the graduation of Richie Thornton and Brian Heinz and Elijah Shelton's decision to transfer out of the program. The Porcupines did sign four true-freshman middle linebackers in Tirek Austin-Cave (80), Devonte Smith (76) , Alec Mock (74), and Stefon Thompson (61). Mock and Thompson will almost certainly redshirt. I know the coaches are extremely high on Austin-Cave and Smith, and those two will certainly play - at least on special teams - but the decision was made to slide Senior outside linebacker Kyle McCauley (83) into the starting spot in the middle for one season to give those young guns time to grow into the role.

Sohpmore Jeremy Brown (83) will start at one outside spot while fellow sophomore Xavier Small (91) anchors the other. True freshman Jacob Mitchell (82) is an extremely talented player and may see playing time at all three linebacker positions this year. Redshirt Freshman Evan Tattersall (68) does not appear to be progressing as hoped thus far and true freshamn Damien Sellers (65) will redshirt.


Cornerback
Draft eligible sophomore Mike Thompson opted to forego two years of eligibility and enter the NFL draft, and with senior Adam Fisher graduating, Junior Mario Chambers (93) will move outside from his Nickel spot and be the #1 corner this year. He will be joined in the starting lineup by fellow junior Imani Partlow (92) while the more physical Senior Justin Burke (92) will man the Nickel spot.

Burke's older brother, fifth-year senior Cole Burke (88) figures to be the dime back. Junior Chris Merriman (85) provides depth, and the staff hopes to redshirt true freshmen Jaden Williams (77) and Dabari Hawkins (67)


Safety
Consensus All-American Junior Kyle Carlson (96) returns to anchor the secondary, while Sophomore Clint Outlaw (81) will step into the other role. Sophomore Tyreke Johnson (78) will back up both spots, and the plan (as of right now) is to redshirt True Freshman Keshawn Lawrence (68). The lack of depth here is certainly an issue, and it wouldn't surprise me for one of the cornerbacks to reprise a role as a safety should injury strike.


Specialists
Groza winner Jonathan Luke (98) returns for his senior season and is about the best there is. Redshirt Freshman Jarrod Graham (82) will do the punting.


Schedule
Sept. 5 - Kent State
Sept 12 - @Florida State
Sept. 19 - San Diego State
Sept. 26 - @Penn State
Oct. 3 - @Northwestern
Oct. 10 - Ohio State
Oct. 17 - Indiana
Oct. 24 - @Purdue
Oct. 31 - Illinois
Nov. 7 @Wisconsin
Nov. 17 - Iowa
Nov. 21 - Minnesota

The Porcs open up with a traditional "paycheck game" as Kent State (81), picked to finish last in the MAC East comes to town. It's a good thing Wisconsin State starts with an easy one, because the next one is a Doozy. Wisconsin State famously beat Florida State at Doak Campbell in 2017 as a signature victory that seemed to cement the arrival of the program. The Noles won a rematch in the Orange Bowl. The rubber match comes 25 years later - these two haven't met since - and this year's Florida State (99) team is one of their best in recent memory - including the squad that made the College Football Playoff in 2040. Wisconsin State better not be hung over after that one, because San Diego State (86) is one of the best teams in the Mountain West.

Conference play doesn't exactly start off easy as Wisconsin State has to travel to Happy Valley to face Penn State (93), who is picked to finish second on the East. That's followed up by a roadtrip to west division second choice (behind Wisconsin State) Northwestern (90) before the conference home opener against defending conference champion and National Title game participant Ohio State (99). If Wisconsin State walks away from that stretch 2-1, they should be pleased.

Things lighten up a bit after that with games against Indiana (86) and at Purdue (86) before returning home to face an Illinois (90) team that should be much improved from a year ago.

Wisconsin State goes to Madison this year for the Cheese State Showdown against Wisconsin (91) in a throw-out-the-records game before a deceptively tough finish at home against Iowa (91) and Minnesota (88).

There are no free lunches in the Big Ten, but even if Florida State gets a win in Tallahassee, the Porcupines have no reason to not be in Indianapolis for playing in their fifth big ten title game in six years. Having said that, if they get off to a slow start in conference play due to a very tough three game stretch at the beginning, all bets are off especially with the Cheese State Showdown being in Madison, where the Porcupines have lost two of the last three (and the one win was in overtime).

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Here are my house rules. Some of these are new, some of them have been in effect for a while. Some of these were stolen directly from people on OS - so THANK YOU.

Recruiting

Winning on the field is one of the biggest factors in recruiting in real life, so Iíve place restrictions on recruiting players based on my program prestige.
  • Home State (Wisconsin): I can recruit at my program prestige +2. For example, if I am a two-star program, I can recruit up to four-star recruits in Wisconsin.
  • Border States (Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Canada Ė not technically a border, but itís across the lake): Can recruit at program prestige +1
  • Conference Footprint (Modified Big Ten; Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania) can recruit at program prestige level
  • Nationally (All other states): Can recruit at program prestige -1
  • No set number of recruits I can take, but I will cut random players if I have oversigned (this could be a new recruit or my star QB Ė itís random Ė see discussion on roster management below)


Roster Management
  • Cannot talk players intending to transfer into staying, no matter what.
  • Cannot talk players intending to declare for the draft into staying, no matter what.
  • Every year, a minimum of two (2) players will be selected at random and cut from the roster. These can be new recruits or veterans. This is in line with natural attrition that programs face. These can be deemed to be additional players entering the draft if theyíre good, new recruits who didnít qualify, additional transfers, guys who get kicked off the team for disciplinary reasons, etc. Yes, that means if my Heisman winning QB happens to be randomly selected, HE GONE. He got caught dealing dope! This keeps things fresh and interesting. If, after offseason recruiting, the roster has more than 72 players, I will use this process to cut down to 70 players, but a minimum of two players will be cut regardless, even if the roster is at 70 or fewer players after recruiting.
  • Player Names Ė I will use names of real life recruits to generate player names. This gives me realistic player names. I randomly select a player from each recruitís position in 247ís database for the current year (I used the 2020 class for my newest freshmen) and assign that name to that recruit. Iíll go through multiple classes on there.

Player Progression
  • Twelve (12) players on the roster will be randomly selected and have their OVR reduced by a randomly generated value between 1 and 10.
  • Three (3) players on the roster will be randomly selected and have their OVR increased by a randomly generated value between 1 and 10.


Injuries
  • I will generate a random number 1-20 at halftime of every game. If the result is 1-4, that means two players have been injured. If the result is 5-10, that means one player has been injured. If itís 10-20, no players have been injured. I will randomly select the player next, and roll another random number from zero to [number of weeks remaining in the season]. The player is out that many weeks (0 means heís out only for the rest of the game). This way, I donít know the injuries in advance.


Gameplay
  • 8 minute quarters
  • J-Kits with Modifications (to nerf the user run game Ė I run a shotgun spread offense, and running out of it is too easy sometimes).
  • All Game Adjustments set to balanced Ė exception is chew the clock in limited circumstances Ė see below.
  • In-Game Offense
    • No more than five combined read options or designed QB runs per half, with a maximum of two coming on the same drive. No more than three zone reads per half, and no more than one zone read per drive.
    • I try not to call the same place twice on the same drive. This is not a hard and fast rule, but I try to abide by it. Sometimes I forget what Iíve already called on the drive.
    • No audibles Ė the call we played is the call we run, unless we want to burn a timeout.
  • Chew the clock permitted:
    • Inside the last two minutes of each half.
    • In the third quarter when leading by 35+
    • In the fourth quarter when leading by 28+
    • I try to snap the ball with :16 or more left on the play clock otherwise to get a realistic number of plays. This doesnít always happen if Iím taking a longer time to get a play call in, but I try to abide by it.
  • In-Game Defense
    • I cannot user any defender (so Iím playing coach mode essentially) until:
      • Pass play: the QB has thrown the ball
      • Run play: the ball carrier has crossed the line of scrimmage (obviously this isnít perfect because sometimes itís hard to know when the ball carrier crosses the line, but I try to be honest).
        • Exception: The opponent is inside my five yard line (I feel like itís impossible to stop CPU run game inside the five if you donít user the defensive line).
    • Can only run a QB Spy on third down
  • In-Game Special Teams
    • Fair catch all punts unless trailing in the 4th quarter
    • Kneel all kick offs in the endzone unless trailing in the 4th quarter
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From my hometown of Kenosha? I'm in!



I wish we had a football team at our public college here. Carthage is D3 out here but also a private school lol.



Wish I saw this from the beginning. Do you have any links to the past seasons you posted elsewhere? Would love to catch up on it!
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From my hometown of Kenosha? I'm in!



I wish we had a football team at our public college here. Carthage is D3 out here but also a private school lol.



Wish I saw this from the beginning. Do you have any links to the past seasons you posted elsewhere? Would love to catch up on it!
Thanks man!!

Unfortunately the original dynasty threads have been lost. The boards they were posted on were completely shut down and all the information is lost. I do have an excel spreadsheet I use to track basic information of every season (schedule/results, roster, stats, national summary, etc.) but it's nothing too detailed. I'll try to post those some time.
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Porcupines Secure First 2043 Commitments

Wisconsin State's 2042 season doesn't even kick off until next week, but the Porcupines already have good news. The first two members of the 2043 recruiting class committed to James Brutus and the Porcs this weekend. Offensive Guard Aaryn Parks was the first commit on Sunday afternoon. Parks is 6'0" and 297 pounds, and a very highly touted prospect. The Buckeye, Arizona product carries a four-star rating is the 5th rated offensive guard in the country and the 106th ranked player overall.

The second commitment comes with much less fanfare, but is at an important position. Kicker Mitch Jeter joins Wisconsin State from Wauwatosa, WI, just 45 miles to the north of Kenosha. While it may not be a sexy commitment, Coach Brutus and company know the value of an elite kicker - they'll trot out 2041 Groza winner Jonathan Luke on Saturday against Kent State. With Luke graduating this year, the 5'10", 187 pound Jeter will look to pick up next season where Luke leaves off this season. Jeter is regarded as the #3 Kicker in the 2043 class.

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