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Big Eight & Mineral, MD2

Postby Drawkland » Sun May 12, 2019 9:44 pm

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Big Eight Conference and Mineral Conference
Results - MD2


In case you need something to fall asleep to


BIG EIGHT
Kandonica National Military Institute (KDN) 16–10 Mar Sara Tech (VAL)
Raynor University (VAL) 16–47 Tecumseh University (ROJ)
Richardson University (RAN) 20–31 Cold Hill University (RAN)
  BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE                         Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Tecumseh University 2 2 0 83 34 +49
2 Cold Hill University 2 2 0 68 30 +38
3 Richardson University 2 1 1 30 31 −1
4 Kandonica National Military Institute 2 1 1 16 20 −4
5 Mar Sara Tech 2 0 2 28 52 −24
6 Raynor University 2 0 2 26 84 −58


MINERAL
Iokiaq International Institute (IQK) 3–30 The Academy of Space (SPA)
The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy (SPA) 17–13 Loirgrunzodd University (ABG)
University of the Commonwealth (CBP) 43–10 Clawtown University (ABG)
  MINERAL CONFERENCE                           Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 University of the Commonwealth 2 2 0 75 23 +52
2 The Academy of Space 2 2 0 66 26 +40
3 The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy 2 2 0 56 43 +13
4 Loirgrunzodd University 2 0 2 36 53 −17
5 Clawtown University 2 0 2 40 82 −42
6 Iokiaq International Institute 2 0 2 16 62 −46
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Postby Banija » Sun May 12, 2019 10:31 pm

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Woodlands Conference
University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa (APU) 27–20 N-N Palæontological-Centred Research University (NTN)
Portvestir University (MEL) 19–35 Faith College (XAN)
Université du Saguenay (QUE) 6–0 Xannerian Polytechnical Institute (XAN)

Woodlands Conference                                      Pld   W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Université du Saguenay 2 2 0 28 14 +14
2 University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa 2 1 1 41 42 −1
3 N-N Palæontological-Centred Research University 2 1 1 39 34 +5
4 Xannerian Polytechnical Institute 2 1 1 33 16 +17
5 Faith College 2 1 1 42 38 +4
6 Portvestir University 2 0 2 29 68 −39



Zephyr Conference
University of Javoser (SAJ) 16–9 Kanjin University (NQU)
Silver Valley School (APH) 17–33 Bowerstone University (ATH)
Cenesis Naval Academy (AFT) 63–37 Thereisnogidstan Community College (NGD)

Zephyr Conference                                         Pld   W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Cenesis Naval Academy 2 2 0 100 40 +60
2 University of Javoser 2 1 1 19 46 −27
3 Kanjin University 2 1 1 37 38 −1
4 Thereisnogidstan Community College 2 1 1 103 80 +23
5 Bowerstone University 2 1 1 55 45 +10
6 Silver Valley School 2 0 2 34 99 −65
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Postby The Royal Kingdom of Quebec » Sun May 12, 2019 10:33 pm

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Celestia and Horizon Conferences Results - MD2

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Celestia Conference
New Pathshala for Military Training Priests (NHS) 16–14 University of Fisher City Mariners (BGS)
University of Rasisikenev Bull Tigers (RKV) 10–35 Salamantic Universities Professors (KOR)
Northern Moravica University Cougars (BNJ)
48–21 Loyola University Blue Thunder (BNJ)

Celestia Conference                                  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD 
1 Northern Moravica University Cougars (BNJ) 2 2 0 0 96 24 +72
2 Salamantic Universities Professors (KOR) 2 2 0 0 45 10 +35
3 Loyola University Blue Thunder (BNJ) 2 1 0 1 73 62 +11
4 New Pathshala for Military Training Priests (NHS) 2 1 0 1 19 62 −43
5 University of Fisher City Mariners (BGS) 2 0 0 2 14 26 −12
6 University of Rasisikenev Bull Tigers (RKV) 2 0 0 2 24 87 −63


Horizon Conference
University of St. Vincia Black-Eyes (USV) 35–16 Veerakerala College Royals (INS)
University of North Tunheim Orcas (BJØ) 0–21 Stoneshore College Bruins (COS)
Sadeg State University Skyhawks (DRK)
37–24 Ramusok Capital University Dragons (COS)

Horizon Conference                           Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD 
1 Stoneshore College Bruins (COS) 2 2 0 0 57 7 +50
2 Sadeg State University Skyhawks (DRK) 2 2 0 0 79 44 +35
3 Ramusok Capital University Dragons (COS) 2 1 0 1 83 47 +36
4 University of St. Vincia Black-Eyes (USV) 2 1 0 1 55 58 −3
5 Veerakerala College Royals (INS) 2 0 0 2 23 71 −48
6 University of North Tunheim Orcas (BJØ) 2 0 0 2 10 80 −70
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Postby Abanhfleft » Sun May 12, 2019 11:30 pm

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THEREISNOGODISTAN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET


Thereisnogodistan County is a county in the Abanhfleft colony of the Fhulghamous Peninsula. It was established on November 30, 2014 from the splitting of Haritzaga County, by Colonial Executive Order No. 190047. The southern part of the county retained the name and history of Haritzaga County, while the northern part was named Thereisnogodistan County. The county seat is Thereisnogodabad.

Thereisnogodistan County Community College is an American football team based in Thereisnogodabad, Fhulghamous Peninsula. Its home ground is Richard Dawkins Park, a 23,171-seater park named after the prominent atheist Richard Dawkins, which is also currently the home ground of Fleftic Premier League team Thereisnogodistan F.C. Even though it is a college team, Thereisnogodistan Community College has participated in the World Bowl many times and even came out runners-up in the last-ever edition of the Baptism of Iron as well as World Bowl XXVIII. TCC has also participated in seven consecutive NSCF tournaments before voluntarily sitting out NSCF 19 due to budget constraints. Now that TCC's monetary situation has been stabilized, they have decided to participate in the NSCF once again, making it just in time for the 20th edition.

BASIC INFORMATION
Name of team:
Thereisnogodistan FC
Team colors: Yellow shirt, pants, socks, and helmet (home); white shirt, pants, socks, and helmet (away)
Style modifier: +3.5. Thereisnogodistan is inspired by Fleftic sporting philosophy in that the best defense is offense.
Manager: Francois-Michel Nkong'o (Abanhfleft, 49 years old)

HOME STADIUM
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Richard Dawkins Park will serve as Thereisnogodistan's home stadium for the entirety of NSCF 20. It currently seats 23,171 people.

NOTES: Since Thereisnogodistan County Community College is a small college, the team will not have as many reserves as they would like, and therefore injuries are very much not good for the team. An injury might force a safety to become a temporary quarterback, and such cross-position training is not very popular within Abanhfleft's sporting systems.

OFFENSE
Key:
(Shirt number, height, weight in pounds, age)

Quarterback - Ed Paxson (#1, 6'1, 217, 18)
Fullback - Mauricio Linker (#2, 6'1, 237, 20)
Tailback - Nicky Pinette (#3, 5'10', 225, 20)
Wide Receiver - Vince Almaguer (#4, 5'11, 192, 21)
Wide Receiver - Joel Fesler (#5, 6'1, 211, 20)
Tight End - Marcel Blake (#6, 6'2, 239, 20)
Tight End - Adolph Patchett (#25, 6'1, 231, 20)
Center - Gino Chasteen (#7, 5'9, 235, 19)
Offensive Guard - Zeledon Albisua (#8, 5'9, 210, 18)
Offensive Guard - Forest Eveland (#9, 6'0, 241, 19)
Offensive Tackle - Ahmad Lauderback (#10, 6'2, 214, 22)
Offensive Tackle - Ryan Carbin (#11, 6'5, 304, 19)

DEFENSE
Middle Linebacker - Newton Sugg (#12, 6'4, 245, 19)
Outside Linebacker - Bo Melendy (#13, 5'11, 212, 20)
Outside Linebacker - Aron Sibrian (#14, 6'1, 236, 18)
Cornerback - Giovanni Heitmann (#15, 5'10, 213, 18)
Cornerback - Tobias Gilreath (#16, 5'10, 215, 19)
Safety - Nelson McPhillips (#17, 6'2, 230, 20)
Safety - Fabrizio Olavarrieta (#18, 6'0, 199, 20)
Defensive Tackle - Jerold Stroud (#19, 6'2, 211, 21)
Defensive Tackle - Mikel Housley (#20, 6'3, 205, 18)
Defensive End - Tim Grindstaff (#21, 6'3, 234, 22)
Defensive End - Valentine Garon (#22, 5'10, 202, 19)

SPECIAL TEAMS
Kicker - Praxedes Ipanema (#23, 5'9, 170, 20)
Holder - Jerold Stroud
Punter - Lazaro Burrell (#24, 5'9, 145, 21)
Returner - Fabrizio Olavarrieta

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Postby Abanhfleft » Sun May 12, 2019 11:38 pm

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CENEISIS NAVAL ACADEMY
OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET


Ceneisis Naval Academy is an American football team based in Porcusces, Ceneisis, Abanhfleft. Its home ground is Lieutenant Helmut Tatuwal Memorial Athletic Field, a 12,470-seater park named after Lieutenant Helmut Tatuwal, son of Ceneisis governor Taram Tatuwal and a recipient of the Parliamentary Medal of Honor for his actions during the 2013 Fhulghamous Crisis. The team is a perennial contender in Abanhfleft's NCAA system, and has won at least eight titles in the last thirteen years, most recently the NSCF's Zephyr Conference. They are noted for being a defensive-minded team in a country where most often offense is deemed as the best defense. Also, for the first time in its history, Ceneisis Naval Academy will field female players for the NSCF.

BASIC INFORMATION
Name of team:
Ceneisis Naval Academy
Nickname: Ensigns
Style modifier: -2.5. Ceneisis Naval Academy is noted for being a defensive team in an offensively-minded country and league.
Manager: Claude Vorwaerts (Abanhfleft, 67 years old)

UNIFORMS
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HOME STADIUMS - FILIBUSTERS' STREET AND THROCKMORTON BRIDGE
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Filibusters' Street (often abbreviated as just The Street) is the home stadium of Fleftic Premier League side Admiral Porcusces Football Club, winners of the 2019-2020 Premier League. It has an official capacity of 35,712 and will be the new home stadium of Ceneisis Naval Academy for the NSCF, barring scheduling conflicts with Admiral Porcusces' fixtures.

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Throckmorton Bridge (shortened as The Bridge) is the home ground of Sporting Club de Ceneisis, a Fleftic Premier League team and the most successful soccer team in the region. It has an official capacity of 41,702 people and has been rented out by Ceneisis Naval Academy for big games involving division rivals. Scheduling around Sporting Ceneisis' fixtures may be a little bit of a problem but Ceneisis Naval is confident that arrangements can be made on time for use of the Bridge.

ALTERNATE VENUE - TATUWAL MEMORIAL FIELD
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Lieutenant Helmut Tatuwal Memorial Athletic Field (often abbreviated as just Tatuwal Memorial Field) has an official capacity of 12,470, but there are plenty of open spaces for fans to set up their own seats, and standing space is also an option. This will be Ceneisis Naval's alternate venue in the event that both Filibusters' Street and Throckmorton Bridge are unavailable on NSCF matchdays.

OFFICIAL ROSTER
OFFENSE
Key:
(Shirt number, starters in bold)

Quarterback - Waylon Dalton (#1)
Quarterback - Dalt Bellini (#26)
Fullback - Marcus Cruz (#2)
Fullback - Thalia Cobb (#27) (female)
Tailback - Hadassah Hartman (#3) (female)
Tailback - Jamaal Banvelos (#28)
Wide Receiver - Justine Henderson (#4) (female)
Wide Receiver - Lia Shelton (#5) (female)
Wide Receiver - Teodoro Younker (#29)
Wide Receiver - Angela Walker (#30) (female)
Wide Receiver - Joanna Shaffer (#51) (female)
Tight End - Clinton Kleinman (#6)
Tight End - Ellis Craig (#31)
Center - Eddie Randolph (#7)
Center - Saul Magno (#32)
Offensive Guard - Abdullah Lang (#8)
Offensive Guard - Mathias Little (#9)
Offensive Guard - Tommy Hines (#33)
Offensive Guard - Woodrow Luna (#34)
Offensive Tackle - Jonathon Sheppard (#10)
Offensive Tackle - Roscoe Schmelzer (#11)
Offensive Tackle - Floyd Shaw (#35)
Offensive Tackle - Frank Fuller (#36)

DEFENSE
Middle Linebacker - Cornelius Millikan (#12)
Middle Linebacker - Lionel McCroskey (#37)
Outside Linebacker - Cameron Munez (#13)
Outside Linebacker - Rory Whetsel (#14)
Outside Linebacker - Lane Trostle (#38)
Outside Linebacker - Marshall Lawson (#39)
Cornerback - Juanita Stevenson (#15) (female)
Cornerback - April Gordon (#16) (female)
Cornerback - Eula Peterson (#40) (female)
Cornerback - Randall Stokes (#41)
Safety - Jacquelyn Murray (#17) (female)
Safety - Eleanor Brewer (#18) (female)
Safety - Tracey Rosenbeck (#42)
Safety - Harrison Gallimore (#43)
Defensive Tackle - Elias Feeley (#19)
Defensive Tackle - Petre Grigorescu (#20)
Defensive Tackle - Ralph Mong (#44)
Defensive Tackle - (#45)
Defensive End - Ilar Yates (#21)
Defensive End - (#22)
Defensive End - Oren Dunkel (#46)

SPECIAL TEAMS
Kicker - Lusine Gevorgian (#23) (female)
Kicker - Heriberto Yun (#47)
Holder - Ilar Yates
Punter - Ngai Tran (#24)
Punter - Arseni Utkin (#48)
Returner - Justine Henderson (female)
Long Snapper - Wayan Dimalanta (#25)
Long Snapper - Kendrick Seman (#49)

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Postby Sajnur » Mon May 13, 2019 4:17 am

University of Javoser Crocodiles

Gridiron football is more of a curiosity than a serious sport in Sajnur, and along with being less popular than the main team sports of association football, Sajnuran football, cricket, and rugby, it's also less popular than basketball and motorised quidditch. As such, the gridiron scene is mostly in universities, although given Sajnur's willingness to throw money at just about anything, there is an eight team professional league. Gridiron is largely confined to the southern original provinces of Sajnur, with the only prominent university team north of Magji being in Alahin, capital of Solmie province, and no teams at all in Kalavar or the acquired provinces. A large majority of gridiron players in Sajnur are not native Sajnurans, but instead are foreign university students or expat professionals.

Roster

Note: Players are listed in order of preference, i.e. starters are listed higher. Female players marked with (F). Native Sajnurans marked with (N).

Offence

Quarterback: Samuel Mathews
Quarterback: Henry Cole
Quarterback: Paige Lafferty (F)
Fullback: Jamal Surju (N)
Fullback: Paul Jackson
Halfback: James Odoye
Halfback: Petra Khalinye (N, F)
Halfback: Bryson Beckerman
Wide Receiver: Kaori Jalla (N)
Wide Receiver: Takuma Watanabe
Wide Receiver: Thomas Brown
Wide Receiver: Joshua Kane
Tight End: Kyle Williams
Tight End: Jason Hartford
Centre: Shinji Yamamoto
Centre: Steve Barnes
Offensive Guard: Trent Jenkins
Offensive Guard: Colin Jalla (N)
Offensive Guard: Jonas Harsia (N)
Offensive Guard: Troy Jones
Offensive Tackle: Omar Gleeson
Offensive Tackle: Kevin Laval
Offensive Tackle: Samuel Harrison
Offensive Tackle: Floyd Anderson

Defence

Defensive Tackle: Tausirek (N)
Defensive Tackle: Paulo Nunez
Defensive Tackle: Ashton Williams
Defensive End: Jayden Larsson
Defensive End: Fernando Ramos
Defensive End: Peter Khaura (N)
Defensive End: Kayden Pratt
Middle Linebacker: Trent Marcos
Middle Linebacker: Allan Stokes
Middle Linebacker: Kevin Paulsen
Outside Linebacker: Pierre Vuqa (N)
Outside Linebacker: Arai Jassu (N)
Outside Linebacker: Frank Carr
Outside Linebacker: Jack Young
Cornerback: Valon Tursind (N)
Cornerback: Juan Peron
Cornerback: Stanley Bauer
Cornerback: Omar Kalla (N)
Free Safety: Semjoka (N)
Free Safety: Richie Melton
Strong Safety: Peyton Fuller
Strong Safety: Aras Perry (N)

Special Teams

Kicker: Orla Kasim (N, F)
Kicker: Holly Neuville (F)
Punter: Gareth Nader
Long Snapper: Chad Long

Staff

Head Coach: Nicholas Markelov
Offensive Coach: Jackson Buller
Defensive Coach: Mitchell Pringle
Special Teams Coach: Ashton Koetzer

Permissions: No tournament ending injuries. Otherwise, do whatever.
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Stadium: Crocodile Stadium (Capacity: 20,000)
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Postby Ko-oren » Mon May 13, 2019 4:44 am

Well out of sync with the rest of our nation's Gridiron battles, the Salamantic Universities' Professors have kicked off twice now in the NSCF. Exciting stuff: we have a 'national' team to support in the offseason, so we come another 15-20 weeks closer to year-round gridiron football. Some of the biggest names of our domestic D-League (Developmental League) that stayed in school for their postgrads feature on this team, and once they have their degree, they are still free to choose between sports, academics, or a different career.

A short explanation of Ko-orenite gridiron: there is a professional of 12 teams, featuring all of the big names from the World Bowl and such. Every one of these teams has a Second Division team as some sort of farm team, with one caveat that there is no age limit to playing in the second division. Some local heroes have decided to play their entire career in the Seconds, if they don't want to leave their hometown, for instance. Every professional has another farm team associated with it: a D-League team, for players of university age. Once their bachelor's are finished, they are free to move on to the Second Division team, or to the professional team if they're ready. Or, of course, they forego on gridiron entirely and either play for a non-league team in their spare time, or not play at all. Similarly to how a head coach can decline a player, the player can also turn their back on the sport - there are no obligations from either side.

A small sidenote on the Second Division teams: they used to be their own thing, until finances forced them into becoming the professional teams' feeder teams. The Second Division team still stress their separate histories, historical rivalries, hometowns, colours, and traditions.

The Laringen Ravens and the Aminey Bengals made the D-League final last year, and the Lamau Bears and the Mayara Mariners did the year before. The Ravens produced Jurre Hinken, starting running back and sociology student at the Schemerdrechtuniversiteit, for instance. One of the eventual winners of that game, the Bengals, Noro Sardou, is a second string offensive tackle, still trying to get his MBA at the Université d'Économie Côtienne, in Aminey. Last year's winners, the Mariners, supply starting middle linebacker Siunparend Nislondhaunthen, a nursing student in the Medical Institute of the Capitals. As you can see, the 40-odd players selected to the first ever Professors team have trouble getting enough practise time, though their programmes take the NSCF into account. The Salamantic Universities' Professors was founded as a way to keep collegiate athletes closer to the sport. The name was chosen (the first part, at least) because every university in Ko-oren is tied to a central organisation, the Salamantic Universities, named after the northwestern Atlantian Oceanian sea that is home to Ko-oren.

The biggest surprise after the last edition of the D-League is that Ravel Brahe, left tackle, stayed in school: reportedly he barely made it through the undergrads and was ready to sign with the Mayara Destroyers, a professional team where he could have been the immediate answer at left tackle.

And now you're probably curious as to how the Professors managed.

Salamantic Universities Professors 10
University of Fisher City Mariners 0

Q1: -
Q2: Cunningham 37yds FG 3-0
Q3: -
Q4: Enkwist 10yds PASS TD to Lindeberg 9-0 + Cunningham PAT 10-0


This first one felt like a practise game to some extent. Both teams had trouble finding a rhythm, and only once the Mariners found a way to punish the Professors' lax front 7, their running back went down a minor injury and didn't see the field until late in the second half. Enkwist had an unassuming game, failing to read the defence and missing open receivers - not by overthrowing them or something, but throwing to well-covered receivers instead. On other plays, Enkwist was in total control of his offence, throwing the ball on his receiver's first sidestep, knowing that Suthmeer and Nekker could get open on nearly ever comeback route that was called. A 0-0 score at half time was avoided as Cunningham did everything right with less than a minute on the clock. Both offences, while sloppy, avoided turnovers until the fourth quarter, when a Hooligan fumble went straight to the Mariners, only for them to give the ball right back. Fortuin waited in coverage and got the interception. On this drive, Enkwist hit three straight completions for the first time this game, getting his team in the redzone and shoveling the ball to Lindeberg on 1st and goal. All in all, a lot to improve on. The basis is there with every player, but it hardly feels cohesive.

University of Rasisikenev Bull Tigers 10
Salamantic Universities Professors 35

Q1: URBT 29yds FG 3-0
Hinken 48yds RUSH TD 3-6 + Cunningham PAT 3-7
URBT 80yds PASS TD 9-7 + URBT PAT 10-7
Q2: -
Q3: Enkwist 4yds PASS TD to Suthmeer 10-13 + Cunningham PAT 10-14
Enkwist 6yds PASS TD to Suthmeer 10-20 + Cunningham PAT 10-21
Q4: Monaghan 44yds INT TD 10-27 + Cunningham PAT 10-28
Enkwist 72yds PASS TD to Nekker 10-34 + Cunningham PAT 10-35


And how different this game was from the first one. Implementing a lot of simple but effective plays, Enkwist went 37 from 45 and three touchdowns, after the team was behind on two occasions in the first half, going into the half on a 10-7 deficit. The Bull Tigers couldn't get any further point. The Professors' defence was successful, getting the ball back twice (one was returned for a touchdown by Monaghan) and setting up the go-ahead touchdown early in the third half. Suthmeer was an impossible mismatch for the Bull Tigers' defence, he caught two passes in the endzone and was dangerous on a few other plays as well. Enkwist's biggest problem, overlooking open receivers, was mitigated fairly well. Most of all, the playbook seemed so much simpler, while it was also designed with the opponent in mind. A 'reactionary' offence suits this team so much better. On defence, the front 7 remained suspect, but the secondary didn't give up much. A few nickel back packages with every player starting close to the line of scrimmage kept the Bull Tigers' running down well enough. Cunningham remains perfect on the season - a great target for any team looking for a kicker next year.
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Postby Banija » Mon May 13, 2019 8:51 am

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Northern Moravica confirms status as Banija's premier college football program with 48-21 blowout victory over Loyola in Week 2 of the NSCF

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Northern Moravica players celebrate a touchdown in the first quarter against Loyola-Istria


HERZEGOVINA CITY, MORAVICA- This rivalry has long been the biggest domestic rivalry in Banijan sports. These two schools, Loyola-Istria and Northern Moravica, have never liked each other, and were almost made to be rivals. Both schools created right at the beginning of the 2nd Quebecois colonization period, and between them, they are Banija’s two oldest, two largest, and two most prestigious Universities. Not to mention, the richest, biggest fanbases, etc… This rivalry has been chronicled on the pages of this magazine for years. And even though both are in the Moravica region, with Northern Moravica in Herzegovina City and Loyola-Istria in, well, the City of Istria, this is a rivalry that does not simply divide the region- though of course, almost everyone in Moravica either puts on Northern red or Loyola blue as a baby. This is a rivalry that transcends the entire country. Not everyone is a fan of Northern Moravica or Loyola-Istria of course. But as the country’s biggest draw in the country’s biggest college sport, almost everybody watches, and almost everybody picks a side. Even if you’re a fan of the University of Ankole, or of the University of Moravica(whose basketball program is rapidly ascending, as was seen in their run to the NSCAA title game), or if any other school, you generally watch this one- as there are almost fireworks.

And the last few seasons, the schedules have been set in stone- Northern Moravica hosting in Week 2, with Loyola-Istria hosting in Week 7. It works, as two of the NSCF’s most dominant programs get each other out of the way early on. But then, of course, the last two seasons, we have seen these two schools meet in the NSCF playoffs, both at the Istria Lightning Yard. Loyola-Istria’s victory in the NSCF 18 Quarterfinals helped catapault them to their second consecutive NSCF championship game appearance, though with all the pressure heaped upon them in trying to win 15 games in a row to win the NSCF 18 title game, they were not able to finish the job down in the nation’s capitol, as they fell to a very young Mar Sara Tech team and did not repeat as the champions of college football. At that point, however, with Northern Moravica’s historic postseason struggles, and Loyola-Istria’s 3 championship game appearances leading to a pair of titles, it seemed as if Loyola-Istria, ever since the schools had gotten to the NSCF, had the upper hand. Even with Northern Moravica’s dominance in the realm of conference titles, it was Loyola’s dominance of the postseason that took all the headlines, and naturally, their momentum as the country’s strongest college football program.

It took a long time for the tide to turn. Horace Browning, otherwise an excellent football coach, got fired in NSCF 18 for the sole purpose of allowing his side to fall behind Loyola-Istria, and of course, for consistent postseason struggles. He had four Celestia Conference titles to his name as head coach, however, but the dominance of the archrivals, and the prominence of the rivalry, saw his reign end. Of course, he ended up being hired as Athletic Director after that, when the school’s Board of Regents decided to remove the Athletic Director, which put him in the odd position of finding the replacement of the job that he had just been fired from. And last season, it seemed as if it would be more of the same. Northern Moravica winning the early meeting and the conference championship, but once again, late season struggles in non-conference play saw Loyola-Istria get a higher seeding than they did, and saw the new head coach, Lance Kabuye, face the same criticisms as the old one- could he get his team over the hump?

What an opportunity he had last season. They finally were winning playoff games, and they had finally gained some playoff momentum. After a blowout 34 point victory on home soil, they went to the Academy of Space- obviously the toughest trip in the NSCF- to play the #1 seeds, and the NSCF 17 runner-ups. They put a smack down on the NSCF’s top ranked side, 33-13, to set up one of the most anticipated North v. South Showdowns of all time- a semifinal, at the Istria Lighting Yard. This was the opportunity for Northern Moravica- the playoff choker reputation that they had developed over the years, was now disappearing after their big road win at the Academy of Space. But could they get over the hump? The mental hump that was what would surely be an electric Istria Lighting Yard, their archrivals, the Blue Thunder?

And that is exactly what happened. In the highest rated college football game in Banijan history, with both teams playing for a chance to get into the NSCF 19 title game, it was Northern Moravica who broke the hearts of the home fans, and the Blue Thunder faithful everywhere, when they stormed into the country’s largest city and came out with a 31-20 victory away from home. A shocker of a score, it would be the game that would end the career of Isaka Jawara, who had played his way into Blue Thunder lore as one of, if not the, school’s greatest quarterback ever. And not only the school’s greatest- one of the Celestia Conference’s greatest ever quarterbacks, as well as one of the greatest players in NSCF history. Isaka Jawara tormented Northern Moravica for years. As a four years starter, he did so when Loyola was playing domestically, during NSCF 16, while the BCSG was in a dispute with the pair of Moravican schools over their participation in the NSCF. He did so in NSCF 17, when he won the NSCF 17 Offensive Player of the Year award en route to win the NSCF 17 championship. He did so in NSCF 18, when he won the Most Outstandign Player award and eliminated the Cougars from the NSCF 18 Postseason, by leading his time to a thrilling win at the Istria Lightning Yard in that season’s quarterfinals. And then, of course, the writing was on the wall for Jawara to do so one more time, at what would be his final home game at the Istria Lighting Yard, the senior trying to get what would be a fantastic sendoff.

But Northern Moravica had other plans. The championship starved school hadn’t ever won a NSCF championship, and with this 31-20 win, they got over that hump. Those demons would be, at least, on the backburner- defeating their archrivals en route to their first ever NSCF championship game. Ending Loyola’s vaunted 35 home game winning streak. And who was their opponent? None other than Richardson University of Ranoria, a quality and deserving school. However, destiny seemed to be on Northern’s side- and they have finally shed their old reputations by winning the NSCF 19 title game by a score of 24-20 over the Ranorian school. Now, of course, the opportunity was there. Now that they had a NSCF title under their belt, and defeated Loyola-Istria at the Istria Lightning Yard, no less, to get there, the chance was there to re-establish Northern Moravica as the country’s dominant program.

Would they seize on that opportunity? The answer is absolutely. Both teams had blowout victories in their home openers in Week 1, with Northern Moravica stomping all over New Pathshala for Military Training Priests by a score of 48-3, with Loyola-Istria debuting new quarterback Omar Jassey with a 52-14 victory over University of Rasisikenev. Of course, neither of those schools are expected to challenge for the Celestia conference crown, so those games served as a tuneup for this big one- Northern v. Loyola. It was at this game, rather than their week 1 home opener, where the school chose to officially give out rings to members of the NSCF 19 Championship squad. And, of course, make the Loyola team and fans witness that ceremony. Is it petty? Of course. But this is college football- what do you expect?

Northern Moravica has a lot of experienced players returning, especially at the skill positions. Chae Heung-Kim, the Quebecois quarterback, is back for his junior season, and his 3rd season at the helm. He is ready to take the next step in his own development, and become a star in his own right. With Jawara now graduated and playing professionally for the Black Mambas, is he going to step into the spotlight as Banija’s top college quarterback?

That is a question that can wait for another day. First, of course, getting to the game. Northern Moravica put on a truly complete performance- one of their best of the Kabuye era. It was thoroughly dominant- touchdowns on their first three possesions saw them go up 21-0 late in the first quarter, and they never looked back, as their quickly earned lead forced Loyola-Istria to try and play catch up. Omar Jassey struggled- he threw three interceptions against only one touchdown against the vaunted Northern Moravica defensive unit, as his first participation in Banija’s biggest rivalry game caused his own nerves to be rattled.

In what was seen as a struggle for Loyola-Istria, is surely to be seen as a massive triumph for Northern Moravica. After the game, Northern Moravica fans chanted the number 8- as in, 8 wins Northern Moravica has over Loyola in NSCF play, which juxtaposes well against the five wins that Loyola has over Northern Moravica in NSCF play. Lance Kabuye said that it was “a fantastic, all-around game by our boys- let’s see who brags about who is the best college football program now.” And then, he said that they could not celebrate too much, as they had another tough matchup coming up- when they would have to travel to Ko-oren to play the Salamantic Universities. Loyola-Istria, after that smackdown, will go back to the drawing board surely. But this much is certainly true- right now, with Northern Moravica’s NSCF 19 title, combined with this beatdown of their archrivals, means that Northern Moravica is certainly, at least currently, Banija’s dominant college football program.
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Week 2 Tecumseh University Raiders @ Raynor University Rocke

Postby One Jamaica » Tue May 14, 2019 3:55 am

The young season is looking promising for the Raiders as they cruise to another outstanding victory. As we head out on our first road game against Raynor University, expectations were high for another victory and the guys delivered. Holding another opponent to under 20 points is a statement to the powerhouse teams in the conference that nothing will be easy this season.

Offense was spectacular for their second straight week being lead by QB Ray'Quan Smith. The sophomore was lights out with 32-45 361 yards and 4 passing TD with 78 rushing yards added. This offense looks unstoppable early on and will ride the wave until there's no energy left. Felix Hawthorne was ripping big gains one after another as the O-line was parting the red sea for him. Combined Hawthorne and the o line ran for 223 yards on 30 carriers. Tight end Trey Boyd was Smith's go to Target in this game as the two connect on 8 receptions for 108 yards and 2TD. This offense is built on speed and straight talent and with the coaches bringing out everything out of each man on that team, anything is possible for this young team.

Defense continues to dominate with another all-star performance. Holding their opponent to 384 yards on offense, most of the yardage coming in garbage time, secured 1 interception and 4 sacks.


Offensive Stats

QB Ray'Quan Smith - 32-45 361 yrds 4TD, 6 carries 78 yrds
RB Felix Hawthorne - 30 carr. 223 yrds 1TD
RB Wendell Croft - 4 car. 12 yrds
TE Trey Boys 8 rec 108 yrds 2TD
WR DJ Williams - 7 rec 70 yrds 1TD
RB Felix Hawthorne - 5 rec 37 yrds 1TD
WR Victor Dubbs - 5 rec 66 yrds
WR Shaun Vector 3 rec 35 yrds
WR Nick Ross 2 rec 26 yrds
RB Wendell Croft 2 rec

Defensive Stats
ROLB Harvey Woki 7 tckls
DE Antonio Wellton 5 tckls 1 sack
DE Brandon Dickerson 5 tckls 1 sack
DT Khalil Townsend 3 tckls 0.5 sack
DT Mike Conley 2 tckls 0.5
LOLB Jon Washington 5 tckls 1 PD
MLB Julian Cole 8 tckls 1 sack
MLB Troy Stallion 2 tckl
ROLB Dillion Windbrush 1 tckl
CB Michael Moss 3 tckls 1PD 1 INT
CB Rashid Gooding 2 tckls 3PD
CB3 Jerry Hanson 1 tckls
SS Brian Crews 4 tckls

Special Teams

K Peter Zolteck 5/5XP 1/1FG
P Ron Stonestreet 2 punts 89 yrds
KR Joshua Jolly 4 ret. 72 yrds
PR Shaun Vector 8 PR 69 yrds
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Postby Ranoria » Tue May 14, 2019 12:52 pm

Cold Hill @ Richardson

Over the loudspeakers, Head Coach Richard Steinheil could hear the music playing, the announcers listing off his team’s starters. And who could blame them? This game was a big deal. Despite Richardson and Cold Hill’s failure to advance past the quarterfinals in the domestic season, the two programs were still considered the premier schools in the country, and for the first time in years, they hadn’t had a domestic season run-in.

As such, with both teams in a bit of a transitional phase, Richardson was the favorite. At home and with a slightly more experienced core, it wouldn’t be a surprise if they cruised to a victory. But Cold Hill still had a few remnants of the historic signing class that had put them on the map. Those guys included outside linebacker and defensive captain Earnest Longhorn, fellow captain and free safety Marcelo Salley, and monstrous left tackle Kevin Eakin. All three were stars in their own right, and there was enough of a supporting cast around them for the three to lead their squad to victory.

That supporting cast included fellow seniors WR Karl Kraus, FB Jordan Jose, and K/P Barry Chlorid. Kraus has been a consistently productive receiver throughout his tenure, Jose has never lit up the stat sheet, but is an excellent blocker, and Chlorid is one of the best kickers in the history of Ranorian College Football. By that, he could probably go kick for kick with an above average kicker in any other nation.

Amongst the rest of the team, we have junior running back Hue Ross, who has been a consistently productive power runner with a brutal, angry style that wears teams down throughout four quarters. Fellow junior Charles Foreman, an edge rusher, has carved out a spot as a productive pass disruptor, while corners Clarence von Arris and Clara North are two of the best coverage defenders in the nation. The latter still struggles to deal with the sheer size and strength of grown men, but she makes up for it with elite athleticism and speed. North is a senior, and another member of that great recruiting class.

At receiver, speedy freshmen Rodney Blades and Dexter Slaughter have made an impact in a passing game built around deep shot plays, all thanks to freshman quarterback Deondre Rhine. Rhine struggles with drug use, alcoholism, and violent tendencies, but when he manages to stay on the field, he can produce like few others. Many say his passing skills are reminiscent of former Richardson star John Garrett, as a matter of fact.

But even with all this talent, everyone had Cold Hill slotted in for a loss here. Last season, when they still had star quarterback Thorn Davis, electric wideout Jarrett Hauptmann, and other members of that vaunted recruiting class hitting their prime, they fell to Richardson 20-10 in the NSCF semifinal game.

And Richardson, on paper, has only grown stronger.

At QB, Ifeatu Chineze won the starting job in a contest that lasted all the way into the NSCF season, and is now an established playmaker coming off of a productive season, with backfield mate Vice Jackson III in his second year now looking to make a splash as a runner. Meanwhile, a strong recruiting class saw the return of the dominant history of the program’s offensive line with freshman Thrane Valentine and Howie Peters earning the starting tackle spots. Their impact, and second runner Kuenda Sello’s hammer-blow running style, helped this offense kick it up a notch.

On the back end, linebacker Isaiah Bryce was still a force against the run and a threat to knock down short passes over there middle, with good strength, awareness, and closing speed. And up front, a combination of three monster defensive tackles and a freshman stud defensive end gave opposing offenses fits. Filling in the back was cornerback Spencer Houston, capable of taking away almost any team’s top receiving threat.

And so, most of the pundits favored Richardson. But Steinheil had a sick feeling in his gut that conflicted with his usually brazen confidence. Something was off today, as Ifeatu Chineze dropped back for the first time and let a pass rip, Clarence von Arris knocking it away against Kieran-Kweo Atkison, who managed to keep his cool after being ejected in the first quarter of their last matchup.

The drive resulted in a quick three and out after a pair of runs from Vice Jackson netted just 7 yards, but after his defensive unit managed the same feet, Steinheil thought better of his earlier worries, electing to go aggressive with the next drive.

On the next snap, Jackson III took the handoff and darted to the outside, putting a hand into linebacker Horace Crowns’s chest to drive him into the dirt before ramming into safety Marcell Salley and carrying the defender out of bounds past the sticks.

And with the big run, the Richardson crowd went nearly dead silent, hoping to see their vaunted offense go to work. Steinheil was only to happy to oblige.

He raised up four fingers, signaling with the other to go into a hurry-up offense that called for quick plays to keep the defense from subbing players in and out.

Four plays later, and Richardson was knocking on the door, but another impressive stand by Cold Hill’s front led to a chip-shot field goal.

After that, things started to spiral out of control.

While Isaiah Bryce was able to lead the front seven in holding Cold Hill’s run game in check, the secondary was struggling to keep up with the Buffalo receiving core. While top wideout Karl Kraus wasn’t even getting looked at, Rodney Blades and Dexter Slaughter we’re making mincemeat of the secondary. Spencer Houston, Richardson’s top corner, was a blanket on Cold Hill’s top man, but Jabyess Hawkins, despite his speed, seemed to get sold on every fake and move by the younger wideouts.

And as such, it came to no one’s surprise when Dexter Slaughter went up and snagged the ball down in the end zone to take a 7-3 lead in the first quarter, a lead that would grow to a startling 17-10 by the end of the half with Richardson’s offense sputtering and their defense on their heels against such an explosive offense. In the closing seconds, defensive end Malik Sherman was able to drag down Deondre Rhine late in the half to knock the Buffalo out of field goal range, or so everyone thought. From 50 yards out, no Ranorian kicker would even be given a shot. Not until Barry Chlorid stepped onto the field, that is.

The record in Richardson’s Dietrich Stadium was a 46 yarder, held by a kicker for the Governors in years past. But Barry Chlorid, Cold Hill’s man, added insult to injury by taking the stadium’s record long field goal record.

The second half didn’t go much better.

Earnest Longhorn continued to have an outstanding performance against normally solid right tackle Thrane Valentine, the veteran edge rusher securing a total of four tackles for a loss throughout the contest with three coming in the third quarter to continue to silence Richardson’s rushing attack, the hinge that allowed their entire offense to move. A fumble by Vice Jackson didn’t help matters, either, when linebacker Horace Crowns smashed the ball out of his hands.

And when they did drop back to pass against a team that didn’t fear the threat of the run, it proved disastrous. Kieran Kweo-Atkison, who’d been held in check all night, was the target on another deep shot. He’d caught 2 balls for 19 yards thus far, with 17 of those coming from the slot when Cold Hill’s defense failed to move von-Arris back onto him.

This time, the lockdown corner made them pay.

He didn’t have the overwhelming size of Atkison, but he was every bit the athlete and a contortionist with his body in the air. He knew how to play the ball, and that’s what he did.

While there wasn’t much of a return on the play, it still set up Cold Hill with solid field position, leading Deondre Rhine to toss up his third touchdown of the game, this one to Rodney Blades, who made a show of tossing the football into Richardson’s stands, up 24-10 and without much to worry about. This was a statement for Cold Hill. They weren’t last year’s team, and they had no intention of going out quietly.

But the Governors were a tough squad, and after Richard Steinheil spent a time-out to talk to his offensive unit, they were primed and ready to go once again.

The drive finally saw some success, with Calvin Hale getting open and out-muscling female corner Klara North on a jump ball for a deep score. The passing touchdown was, surprisingly, Chineze’s first on the season, but it got Richardson within a score going into the fourth quarter, and they managed another field goal to get to 20, down just four points with ten minutes left in the game. But by then, it was already over.

The defense was, frankly, gassed. The front seven had made stop after stop, and the centerpiece of the unit, Isaiah Bryce, has notched eleven tackles, a number that would grow to 14 by the end of a drive that saw Hue Ross pound one into the end zone just as the final seconds on the clock wore out. They could have knelt the ball a few snaps beforehand, but this was a rivalry game. And that meant they wanted blood. They’d gotten it.

31-20 over the much-praised Richardson Governors, who now dropped to 1-1 on the season while Cold Hill was sitting pretty at 2-0.
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Tue May 14, 2019 7:43 pm

After good home start, UC now 2-0
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The University of the Commonwealth football team has looked sharp in their opening two home games to open the Mineral Conference schedule in NSCF 20. A 32-13 win against Iokiaq International was followed by a 43-10 victory over Clawtown University last week.

Now the Warrior will take to the road for a visit to Northern Alenburg University, who currently sit 0-2. Coach Scott Newell is pleased with the way the team have executed to this stage. "I think we are looking sharp and consistent offensively, and the 'D' is flying to the ball and making plays. You can't get complacent in this (NSCF) because people can jump up and surprise you when you relax a bit."

Newell said that Lamin Kah, the freshman wide receiver from Banija, would make his first NSCF start against NAU, having started 5 of 12 games last fall in UAC play. "Lamin has of course been a revelation for us. His work ethic has been outstanding and he has been eager to learn everything he can about playing the position. "

When asked about his thoughts about the other top teams after 2 games, Newell spoke of the schools who are familiar to fans here. "Northern Moravica are the defending champions, and I don't see a reason why they shouldn't be there at the end, along with their rivals Loyola-Istria. Northern put a good beating on them last week, but I don't think that will matter, they'll both have to be reckoned with. The Fleftic teams look impressive so far and I think the two team we'll play (University of Space and TAA) will be in the discussion. Richardson and Cold Hill and I don't think either of them are underestimating Tecumseh. Mara Sara and Raynor are back, so that conference is going to be a death march."
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Postby Banija » Tue May 14, 2019 9:01 pm

The bells of the cutoff are ringing.

Woodlands Conference
Xannerian Polytechnical Institute (XAN) 41–14 University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa (APU)
Faith College (XAN) 16–44 Université du Saguenay (QUE)
N-N Palæontological-Centred Research University (NTN) 52–6 Portvestir University (MEL)

Woodlands Conference                                      Pld   W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Université du Saguenay 3 3 0 72 30 +42
2 N-N Palæontological-Centred Research University 3 2 1 91 40 +51
3 Xannerian Polytechnical Institute 3 2 1 74 30 +44
4 Faith College 3 1 2 58 82 −24
5 University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa 3 1 2 55 83 −28
6 Portvestir University 3 0 3 35 120 −85


Zephyr Conference
Thereisnogidstan Community College (AFT) 30–21 University of Javoser (SAJ)
Bowerstone University (ATH) 32–43 Cenesis Naval Academy (AFT)
Kanjin University (NQU) 43–3 Silver Valley School (APH)

Zephyr Conference                                         Pld   W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Cenesis Naval Academy 3 3 0 143 72 +71
2 Kanjin University 3 2 1 80 41 +39
3 Thereisnogidstan Community College 3 2 1 133 101 +32
4 Bowerstone University 3 1 2 87 88 −1
5 University of Javoser 3 1 2 40 76 −36
6 Silver Valley School 3 0 3 37 142 −105
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Postby The Royal Kingdom of Quebec » Tue May 14, 2019 10:18 pm

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Celestia and Horizon Conferences Results - MD3

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Celestia Conference
Loyola University Blue Thunder (BNJ) 70–14 New Pathshala for Military Training Priests (NHS)
Salamantic Universities Professors (KOR) 0–12 Northern Moravica University Cougars (BNJ)
University of Fisher City Mariners (BGS) 13–10 University of Rasisikenev Bull Tigers (RKV)

Celestia Conference                                  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD 
1 Northern Moravica University Cougars (BNJ) 3 3 0 0 108 24 +84
2 Loyola University Blue Thunder (BNJ) 3 2 0 1 143 76 +67
3 Salamantic Universities Professors (KOR) 3 2 0 1 45 22 +23
4 New Pathshala for Military Training Priests (NHS) 3 1 0 2 33 132 −99
5 University of Fisher City Mariners (BGS) 3 1 0 2 27 36 −9
6 University of Rasisikenev Bull Tigers (RKV) 3 0 0 3 34 100 −66


Horizon Conference
Ramusok Capital University Dragons (COS) 47–14 University of St. Vincia Black-Eyes (USV)
Stoneshore College Bruins (COS) 13–17 Sadeg State University Skyhawks (DRK)
Veerakerala College Royals (INS) 3–19 University of North Tunheim Orcas (BJØ)

Horizon Conference                           Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD 
1 Sadeg State University Skyhawks (DRK) 3 3 0 0 96 57 +39
2 Ramusok Capital University Dragons (COS) 3 2 0 1 130 61 +69
3 Stoneshore College Bruins (COS) 3 2 0 1 70 24 +46
4 University of St. Vincia Black-Eyes (USV) 3 1 0 2 69 105 −36
5 University of North Tunheim Orcas (BJØ) 3 1 0 2 29 83 −54
6 Veerakerala College Royals (INS) 3 0 0 3 26 90 −64
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Postby Ko-oren » Fri May 17, 2019 12:58 pm

The Next Big Thing

The Professors' are a hit among fans. Not only do we finally have low-intensity (for those that only follow the Professors, that is) spring gridiron, we also have some sort of national-ish team, at least, the team doesn't divide fanbases, and we have a look at some potential stars for the future. Fans of D-League teams can follow their favourite players as they get a national spotlight, scouts get film on players that previously would only come back to gridiron after a 1-3 year hiatus. Time will tell if the players that graduate from the Professors make as much of an impact as their classmates that joined the D-League or the Second Division this year. Anyway, joining the NSCF is a success.

That said, the Professors laid a big fat goose egg against Northern Moravica. The two Banijan teams now top the Conference with the Ko-orenite team close behind in third. It looks like these will be the three teams to decide who goes to the various postseason activities, and for now the Professors are to play catch-up. Meanwhile, the Blue Thunder won 70-14, so in comparison the 12-0 loss is not so bad. The losers of that first game, New Pathshala, conceded three times as many points in one game as the Professors have in all three games, not bad for a first try. Then again, there are some huge scores here and there and quality does massively differ across teams. And probably across Conferences, but we are yet to experience what other Conferences have to offer. So far we can only see that they've all got gorgeous names, from Celestia to Horizon, to Zephyr, and Big Eight. Well, one of these surely isn't like the others. We're lucky the Professors were drawn into the Conference with the prettiest name. However, so far also the only Conference without a postseason Bowl dedicated to the Conference.

The very next game is against the Blue Thunder and that means that the defence will have to show up even more than it already has. Limiting the score will be the prime directive, and turnovers might even get a win. A lot will come down to preparation, and so far the staff has done a quality job. All eyes are on Mauzalterinden, still the starting safety, but the only member of the secondary who has yet to record an interception. The pressure is on for him, but it also is for his colleagues in the secondary: we expect turnovers from them. Lacan has been a true plague for opposing quarterbacks, with two INTs to his name. The front seven, much like most front sevens, have struggled to pile on the pressure.

At the same time, the D-League is preparing for next season without the players that deferred to the Professors. Every single team is missing some players, but the Straudum Pelters, associated with the Aerellen Explosions, could make a convincing case for most cursed team, having to give up their starting QB, TE, and CB: Enkwist, Suthmeer, and Aothemirila. The D-League's southern conference has shared the load much more: each team is three to four players short. Even if the Aminey Caspians are the only professional team from Francophone Ko-oren, the Francophone universities feed into multiple different D-League teams, from Aminey's, to Eaglebury's, Mawryshire's, and even some players to other programmes.
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Big Eight & Mineral, MD3

Postby Drawkland » Fri May 17, 2019 8:10 pm

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Big Eight Conference and Mineral Conference
Results - MD3


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BIG EIGHT
Cold Hill University (RAN) 14–10 Kandonica National Military Institute (KDN)
Tecumseh University (ROJ) 6–10 Richardson University (RAN)
Mar Sara Tech (VAL) 19–6 Raynor University (VAL)
  BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE                         Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Cold Hill University 3 3 0 82 40 +42
2 Richardson University 3 2 1 40 37 +3
3 Tecumseh University 3 2 1 89 44 +45
4 Kandonica National Military Institute 3 1 2 26 34 −8
5 Mar Sara Tech 3 1 2 47 58 −11
6 Raynor University 3 0 3 32 103 −71


MINERAL
Clawtown University (ABG) 30–3 Iokiaq International Institute (IQK)
Loirgrunzodd University (ABG) 33–39 University of the Commonwealth (CBP)
The Academy of Space (SPA) 46–21 The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy (SPA)
  MINERAL CONFERENCE                           Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 The Academy of Space 3 3 0 112 47 +65
2 University of the Commonwealth 3 3 0 114 56 +58
3 The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy 3 2 1 77 89 −12
4 Clawtown University 3 1 2 70 85 −15
5 Loirgrunzodd University 3 0 3 69 92 −23
6 Iokiaq International Institute 3 0 3 19 92 −73
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