NSCF XXI - Everything Thread

A battle ground for the sportsmen and women of nations worldwide. [In character]
User avatar
Posts: 338
Founded: Sep 13, 2012
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

NSCF XXI - Everything Thread

Postby NSCF » Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:34 pm

NationStates College Football - Season 21


Breathe deep and take it all in as the tubas' rumbles reverberate through all the iconic campus stadia again. Each one, packed with generations of alumni returning to partake in the traditions of their beloved alma mater, is ready for that combustion of kinky action. The poppin' aromas of molly-popcorn and beer sift out through the bleachers. The bright lights shine down on armoured teams battling under the night sky, school bragging rights and a gruelling summer of work on the line. Ah, yes. It's college football season. Glory, Drama, Pride.

The twenty-first edition of NationStates College Football is upon us. In this thread, you will post your team's roster and all in-character roleplays. These can be game reports, character dialogues, or really anything you like. Any out-of-character questions should be directed towards the discussion thread or telegram.

With numbers staying the same with 36, there will be six conferences and each will have six teams.
12 teams will make the Playoffs: the six conference champions, the next best four by OSPI and, finally, two wildcards selected by the NSCF Committee. These 12 teams will then be seeded in the bracket purely by OSPI. Higher seeds will have home advantage until the final, which will take place at a neutral venue. Any nation can put together a bid to host the NSCF Championship (IC only) before the start of Non-Conference week, when it will then be voted on by the NSCF Committee.

New and returning players alike are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the NSCF procedure here. The regular season will be double round-robin, for a total of 10 games. Games will be scorinated three times a week: on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Scores will be posted in this thread at a time determined by each conference's designated scorer. After the ten-game conference schedule, there will be a "Non-Conference Week", with each team playing up to three games against opposition from other conferences. These games will not count toward conference championships, but WILL affect playoff seedings. All Non-Conference games must be arranged by the teams playing them (you can use the discussion thread for this). Once confirmed by BOTH parties, match-ups should be telegrammed to NSCF to be added to the schedule.


When checking times, this link might come in handy for converting to your local time.

BIG EIGHT Conference (Scorinated by Drawkland) (Cutoff Time: Midnight EST)
Reigning Champion: Cold Hill University [RAN]

Richardson University Governors                  [RAN]  Ranoria
Cold Hill University Buffalo [RAN] Ranoria

Mar Sara Tech Raiders [VAL] Valanora
Raynor University Rockets [VAL] Valanora

New Córdoba College Conquistadors [LMO] La Montevideo
University of St. Tønsten Administrators [N-K] Norway-Karelia

CELESTIA Conference (Scorinated by The Royal Kingdom of Quebec) (Cutoff Time: Midnight EST)
Reigning Champions: Loyola University [BNJ]

Salamantic Universities Professors                [KOR]  Ko-oren
Northern Moravica University Cougars [BNJ] Banija
Loyola University Blue Thunder [BNJ] Banija

Willons Bolgano College Lions of the South [BGN] Bolgano
Islamic University of Busoga [BUS] Islamic Republic of Busoga
Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria [LIS] Lisander

HORIZON Conference (Scorinated by The Royal Kingdom of Quebec) (Cutoff Time: Midnight EST)
Reigning Champions: Sadeg State University [DRK]

Sadeg State University Skyhawks                  [DRK]  Drawkland
Ramusok Capital University Dragons [COS] Cosumar
Stoneshore College Bruins [COS] Cosumar
Luftsworth Academy Spears [AIM] Aimena
Buckridge University Racers [HAP] Hapilopper
Columbia University Patriots [ARS] East Ares

MINERAL Conference (Scorinated by Drawkland) (Cutoff Time: Midnight EST)
Reigning Champions: University of the Commonwealth of Baker Park [CBP]

The Academy of Space Astronauts                   [SPA]  Space
The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy Terrans [SPA] Space
University of the Commonwealth Warriors [CBP] Commonwealth of Baker Park
Temiscouata Tech Patriotes [JPC] Jaspec
Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes [RTS] Terre Septentrionale
Tomure National University Flying Goats [TOM] Tomure

WOODLANDS Conference (Scorinated by Drawkland) (Cutoff Time: Midnight EST)
Reigning Champions: Université du Saguenay [QUE]

Université du Saguenay Fighting Irish            [QUE]  Royal Kingdom of Quebec
Charleston University Cougard [APY] Appalachian Nation
Xannerian Polytechnical Institute Big Blue [XAN] Xanneria
N-N Palæontological-Centred Research University [NTN] Natanians and Nosts
University of Augmon Raiders [CEL] Kingdom of Celephasia
Yannin University Pidgeons [TMG] United States of Tamgu

ZEPHYR Conference (Scorinated by The Royal Kingdom of Quebec) (Cutoff Time: Midnight EST)
Reigning Champions: ICeneisis Naval Academy [AFT]

Ceneisis Naval Academy Ensigns                    [AFT]  Abanhfleft
Thereisnogodistan Community College Atheists [NGD] Thereisnogodistan
Bowerstone University Bolts [ATH] Anthor
University of Javoser Crocodiles [SAJ] Sajnur
Imperial Military Academy Rangers [VNG] Vangaziland
University of Auster Royalhawks [VNG] Vangaziland

Schedule (Home Teams listed first)

MD1 - 1v6, 2v5, 3v4
MD2 - 6v4, 5v3, 1v2
MD3 - 2v6, 3v1, 4v5
MD4 - 6v5, 1v4, 2v3
MD5 - 3v6, 4v2, 5v1
MD6 - 6v1, 5v2, 4v3
MD7 - 4v6, 3v5, 2v1
MD8 - 6v2, 1v3, 5v4
MD9 - 5v6, 4v1, 3v2
MD10 - 6v3, 2v4, 1v5

In addition to the playoffs, there also a few consolation bowl games for teams that do not reach the postseason. If your nation proposes a bowl game to host, you are responsible for inviting the teams yourself if it does not have automatic parameters for selection. The Pioneer Bowl is a traditional game for the two best newcomer teams not in the playoffs. After that, NSCF will not recognize any bowl game involving a team with an OSPI below 0.450.

Trojana Condoms Co. PIONEER BOWL
to be played at Marijuana Island Gaol in Marijuana Island, Nunavut, Royal Kingdom of Quebec
Contested by: Top two newcomer teams not in the playoffs.

(RP bonus degrades by 50% of total after blue days, resets fully after green days)
Matchday one - February 18
Matchday two - February 20
Matchday three - February 23
Matchday four - February 25
Matchday five - February 27
Matchday six - March 1
Matchday seven - March 3
Matchday eight - March 5
Matchday nine - March 8
Matchday ten - March 10
Championship venue proposal deadline - March 11
Non-Conference week - March 12, March 15, March 17
Playoff berth and Championship venue voting deadline - March 19
Bowl games and Playoffs First Round - March 22
Playoffs Quarterfinals - March 24
Playoffs Semifinals - March 26
Championship Game - March 29

Non-Conference Games

Games are only listed when confirmed by both parties. Only games listed here will be scorinated.
If both you and your opponent have confirmed a game, but it is not listed here, send a TG to NSCF.

matchups denote a potential scheduling clash, and those games will need to be re-confirmed or rescheduled before the deadline, or they will not be included in scorination. Red matchups are those I have taken note of from the discussion thread, and require confirmation, but would otherwise be fine.

Non-Conference Week One:
Northern Moravica University @ Sadeg State University
Cenesis Naval Academy @ Loyola University
Charleston University @ Islamic University of Busoga
University of the Commonwealth @ Richardson University
Politechnica Soria @ Université de la Catherine du Nord
Bowerstone University @ Willons Bolgano College
Mar Sara Tech @ Université du Saguenay
Javoser University @ Raynor University
Cold Hill University @ Salamantic Universities
University of Saint Tonsten @ Academy of Space

Non-Conference Week Two:
Temiscouata Tech @ Northern Moravica University
Mar Sara Tech @ Loyola University
Islamic University of Busoga @ University of the Commonwealth
Sadeg State University @ Richardson University
Cold Hill University @ Université du Saguenay
Salamantic Universities @ Université de la Catherine du Nord
Raynor University @ Bowerstone University
University of Saint Tonsten @ Terrestrial Acclimation Academy

Non-Conference Week Three:
Université du Saguenay @ Northern Moravica University
Loyola University @ Richardson University(Rebel's Cannon Bowl)
Buckridge University @ Islamic University of Busoga
Sadeg State University @ Mar Sara Tech
Politechnica Soria @ Raynor University
Université de la Catherine du Nord @ Cold Hill University
Bowerstone University @ University of the Commonwealth
Javoser University @ Salamantic Universities

At the end of the season, nominations are accepted for each of the NSCF Awards: Most Outstanding Player, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Special Teams Player of the Year, and Coach of the Year. These awards will then be voted on by the NSCF Committee. Participants are encouraged to keep track of top performers throughout the season for these awards.
Last edited by NSCF on Sun Mar 22, 2020 2:00 pm, edited 6 times in total.
NationStates College Football
Latest seasonProcedural ListCurrent RankingsDiscussion thread
StandingsUCFWCAll-Time StatsWiki

Feel free to direct all enquiries regarding NSCF to this account via Telegram. If a reply is not forthcoming
within a couple of days, try the discussion thread or send a telegram to The Royal Kingdom of Quebec.
Posts made by this account are most likely written by the current NSCF Commissioner. At present, that is The Royal Kingdom of Quebec.

User avatar
Post Marshal
Posts: 17620
Founded: Mar 29, 2013
New York Times Democracy

Postby Ranoria » Sat Feb 15, 2020 7:17 pm

Country Name: Confederate Republic of Ranoria
Country Trigramme: RAN
College Name: Richardson University
Team Nickname: Governors
Home Stadium (Capacity): 94,750
Style of play: +5

Country Name: Ranoria
Country Trigramme: RAN
College Name: Cold Hill University
Team Nickname: Buffalo
Home Stadium (Capacity): "The Tundra' (85,000)
Style of play: +5

Richardson University Governors
Team Roster and Information

Richard Steinheil, Head Coach
Eric Dietrich, Defensive Coordinator
Eins Turner, Offensive Coordinator
Jakob Stark, Special Teams Coach
Ulrich Ray, QBs Coach
Markus Hillis, WRs Coach
John Corringer, OL Coach
Alton Kearse, DL Coach
Kai Hillis, LBs coach
Tim Shaw, DBs coach

Titles: Big 8 Champions (x3), NSCF 19 Runners-Up
Offensive Style: Richardson tends to direct their plays from the I formation, only adopting the shotgun when they have a combination of the obvious need to pass along with a dangerous, veteran passer behind center[ex: John Garrett, Ifeatu Chineze]. They adjust personnel and schemes according to talent, but will generally run at least one tight end, often two, and feature the run game while heavily utilizing play action to open up deep shots down the field. Big, burly, powerful offensive linemen, more power schemes than zone.

Defensive Style: Richardson generally has at least one elite cornerback on the roster, and they love putting that corner on an island. Generally, that corner will be good enough to completely eliminate a team's top wideout, [note: Jabyess Hawkins, this year's top corner, isn't quite at that level]. Doing so allows the team to roll coverage away from that man, making everything else tighter. Up front, the team tends to let its top-notch front four wreak havoc, rarely blitzing unless, like with the shotgun in the offense, they have a prolific, game changing inside linebacker or safety. [See: Judas Wolfson and Isaiah Bryce].

Key: #number, firstname 'nickname' lastname, year, weight lb
Underlined Players are considered above average starters, bold players are the stars of the team, while italicized players are considered to be weak points

#7 Ifeatu Chineze, jun, 6'5", 232 lb
# 12 Beacon Murray, soph, 6’2”, 225 lb
#10 Angelo Rosin, frsh, 6'1", 210 lb

#1 Vice Jackson III, jun, 6'1", 237 lb
#22 Kuenda Sello, soph, 6’1”, 245 lb(Banijan)
#29 Saul Thomas Sr, 6'0, 225 lb

#85 Calvin Hale, jun, 6'2", 217 lb
# 80 Tucker Hunt, sen, 5'11, 165 lb
# 84 Adelar Seyler, sen, 6'1", 210 lb
# 19 Owen Thistler, sen, 5'11", 192 lb
# 89 Illiad Cullen, jun, 6'3", 210 lb
#17 Dustin Devlin, frsh, 5’10”, 195 lb

# 82 Jackson Austin, jun, 6'6", 255 lb
# 87 Gunther Krause, sen, 6'7", 250 lb
# 86 Clayton Davis, jun, 6'6", 265 lb
#81 Blake Hawthorne, soph, 6’4”, 248 lb
#44 Jarius Greene, frsh, 6'3", 238 lb

#77 Howitzer ‘Howie’ Peters, soph, 6,7”, 325 lb
#68 Bernard Holt, sen, 6'5", 300 lb

# 61 Raymond Charter, sen, 6'4", 320 lb
#79 Tucker Abraham, soph, 6’2”, 315 lb

# 66 Chance Horst, jun, 6'1", 310 lb
#60 Ryan Parker, frsh, 6’3”, 290 lb

#71 Richard Silva, sen, 6'3", 315 lb
# 70 Friederich Klemens, soph 6'4", 300 lb, soph[/box]

#75 Thrane Valentine, soph, 6’6”, 330 lb
#69 Oscar Wyrd, jun, 6'4", 300 lb

#94 Malik Sherman, soph, 6'6", 275 lb
# 95 Dylan Kipping, sen, 6'7", 270 lb
#90 Devin River, frsh, 6’4”, 255 lb

#97 Spencer Crutchfield, soph, 6’7”, 325 lb
# 55 Dragus Hall, frsh, 6’5”, 300 lb
#54 Hydren Stair, frsh, 6’3”, 310 lb

# 44 Jerome Shell, sen, 6'3", 220 lb
#40 Carl Roman, soph, 6'3", 225 lb
#43 Elden Sparta, frsh, 6’2”, 240 lb

#59 Solomon Castle, sen, 6’1”, 240 lb
#41 Isaac Spire, soph, 6'2", 230 lb
#44 Jacob Turret, frsh, 6’, 235 lb

#21 Jabyess Hawkins, soph, 6', 195 lb
# 2 Daquan Quarter, jun, 5'10", 200 lb
# 9 Martin Summers, Jin, 5'11", 205 lb
# 21 Korn Benjamin, jun, 6'0", 215 lb
#5 Kade Witt, soph, 6'0", 175 lb
#2 Brandon Bettis, frsh, 6', 180 lb

#40 Carter Coleman, jun, 5’11”, 200 lb (FS)
#39 Jordan Holt, soph, 6’0”, 215 lb (SS)
#30 Connor Corrin, frsh, 5'10", 195 lb

Nillman Johnson, jun, 6'1", 187 lb

Bart Strong, soph, 6'2", 215 lb

#73 Bert Wallace


Key Losses:
Spencer Houston, CB: Houston was the team’s capable top corner, but he knew that he was an RFL caliber player, and is taking the path of his old running mates, Millard Johnson and Xavier Yannick-Lotz, who sat out of NSCF 20. This defensive secondary will struggle even more without him on the back end.

Player bios:
Ifeatu Chineze, QB: After holding the offense back last season, Chineze appears to have turned a corner. The Q put the team on his back in the domestic season, with 4,105 passing yards, 34 touchdowns, and just eight interceptions. The team’s explosive offense was forced to drag a sieve for a defense, but they still managed to make a playoff run.

Calvin Hale, WR: With Kieran Kweo-Atkison gone, Hale stepped in for a fluid transition as the WR1. The wideout secured just over 1,100 yards and ten scores.

Vice Jackson III, RB: Grandson of RFL and RCF great Vice Jackson, this runner didn’t quite match his sophomore production, which he amassed 271 carries for 1,290 yards and 12 touchdowns. This more ‘modest’ season, if you can call it that, saw 239 carries for 1,065 yards and eleven scores, with 41 catches as opposed to 50 from a year ago. Part of that was Chineze’s Improvement allowing HC Richard Steinheil to get back to the more explosive passing that he prefers, but it could also be attributed to his running mate...

Kuenda Sello, RB: Out of Banija, Sello is a bruising, downhill runner who will punish anyone who dares to step in his path. A year ago in the domestic season, he tallied 162 carries in the domestic season and piled on 680 yards and five touchdowns. This year, he earned 180 carries...and rewarded the faith his coaches showed, plowing on for 775 yards and four scores. Last season, he got just 37% of the carries, and that number jumped to 42.9%.

Spencer Crutchfield, DT: Crutchfield is an absolute freak. Coming in at 6’7”, 315 pounds, he’s a monster in the run game, and has a bull rush that he’s built an entire pass rush arsenal off of. Crutchfield managed 7 sacks against Ranorian competition..

Howie Peters, T: Peters was a top 20 recruit at left tackle, and quickly made a name for himself by earning a starting role as the anchor of the offensive line, protecting Ifeatu Chineze's blindside. Howitzer Peters is a more than capable protector who fits Richard Steinheil's mold of a powerful, massive offensive lineman perfectly.

Thrane Valentine, T: Valentine, was the #309 overall recruit in the nation to Howie's #17, and quickly took up a spot manning the right tackle position. At 6'4", 300, he's a big kid with a lot of raw power, perfect for a run blocker. Now that he’s filled out his frame at 305, this offense looks vicious on paper.

Malik Sherman, DE: Sherman is a versatile DE, who, along with Crutchfield, is a captain of this team. He and his DL partner accounted for a combined 5 sacks in the last five minutes of one score ball games, helping to bury Richardson’s opponents after their offense took the lead. Sherman had 11 sacks total.

I don't mind minor injuries to my players, they can pick scoring events, etc. Just don't have anyone go down for the season or ending, and keep it realistic. (ex: If you don't have the best defense, don't have my QB throwing 4 INTs or something absurd. You know, nothing extreme.

Week 1: vs St. Tønsten: W 36-14
Week 2: vs Cold Hill: W 30-10
Week 3: @ Mar Sara Tech: W 43-13
Week 4:
Week 5:
Week 6:
Week 7:
Week 8:
Week 9:
Week 10:

Non-conference games:

Week 11:
Week 12:
Week 13: vs Loyola Istria (Rebel Cannon Bowl);

Regular Season Stats:

QB Ifeatu Chineze: 250/330, 3,413 yards, 31 TD, 5 INT
HB Vice Jackson III: 225 carries, 1,301 yards, 5.78 yp/c, 14 TD, 50 receptions, 550 yards, 4 TD
HB Kuenda Sello: 212 carries, 1,181 yards, 5.54 yp/c, 14 TD, 28 receptions, 316 yards, 2 TD
WR Calvin Hale: 70 receptions, 1,195 yards, 11 TD
WR Tucker Hunt: 16 receptions, 235 yards, 2 TD
WR Baraka Hali: 43 receptions, 660 yards, 8 TD
TE Gunther Krause: 15 receptions, 157 yards, 2 TD
TE Jackson Austin: 27 receptions, 381 yards, 2 TD

MLB Solomon Castle: 104 tackles, 11 TFL, 2.5 sack, 1 INT
DE Malik Sherman: 61 tackles, 15 TFL, 12.5 sacks
DT Spencer Crutchfield: 31 tackles, 8 sack, 11 TFL, 1 safety
CB Daquan Carter: 41 tackles, 4 Pdef, 3 INT
CB Jabyess Hawkins: 28 tackle, 10 PDef, 5 INT
OLB Jerome Shell: 78 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 INT
FS Carter Coleman: 57 tackles, 4 Pdef, 2 INT
SS Jordan Holt: 70 tackles, 2 TFL, 3 Pdef, 1 INT

Cold Hill Buffalo
Team Roster and Information

Head Coach- Chris Dale
Offensive Coordinator- Daniel Booker
Defensive Coordinator- Connor Hellsing
QBs Coach- Elliot Schmitt
RBs Coach- Orton Smith
WRs Coach- Randy Pryor
TEs Coach- Gary Dennier
OL Coach- Joe Sapp
DL Coach- Reggie Gregory
LBs Coach- Harrison Thomas
DBs Coach- Charlie Steel

Post NSCF 17 Ranking: 12
Titles: Big 8 Champions (x1); NSCF 18, 19 Semifinalists, NSCF 20 Champions

Key: #number, firstname 'nickname' lastname, year, weight lb
Underlined Players are considered above average starters, bold players are the stars of the team, while italicized players are considered to be weak points

Offensive Style: Cold Hill is a pass-first, air raid, quarterback centric team offensively. They neglect to run even when they are in an obvious winning position, with the rare exception of top-talent running backs. They prefer to keep the game in the hands of the quarterback, featuring plenty of deep vertical and post routes for their athletic wideouts to eat up opposing corners alive on while their quarterbacks, with characteristically strong arms, push the ball down the field. When they do run the football, they feature a power scheme that allows a big offensive line to do its thing.

Defensive Style: Base 3-4 Defense. Outside linebackers serve primarily as edge rushers with very rare drop backs into coverage, while big defensive linemen clog up the interior. Typically an emphasis on pass rush, and it isn't rare for the team to rush five men on the line of scrimmage. Scheme features a lot of blitzing, particularly from cornerbacks, and relies on linebackers to soak up tackles while the front men key on the passer.

# 18 Deondre “Diamond” Rhine, soph, 6’6”, 235 lb
#1 Jackson Carol, sen, 5'11"", 218 lb
#3 Austin Golden, frsh, 6'3", 225 lb

#26 John Judge, soph, 5’10”, 225 lb
#28 Deion James, frsh, 5’9”, 180 lb

#10 Dexter Slaughter, soph,6'1", 175 lb
#13 Rodney Blades, soph, 5'10", 190 lb
#12 Terrance Miller, sen, 5'11, 205 lb
# 82 Adam Raedler, sen, 5'11", 205 lb
#11 Adam Rickiott, fr, 6’2”, 190 lb

#86 Dorian Brown-Clarke, fr, 6’4”, 235 lb
# 49 Trent Conner, soph, 6’5”, 245 lb

# 69 Augustin Vetter, sen, 6'5", 300 lb
#57 Vince Vermillion, soph, 6'4", 295 lb

#70 Roran Stone, soph, 6'3", 305 lb

#71 Tanner Highroad, soph, 6'3", 305 lb

#77 Baron Bell, soph, 6'6", 330 lb
# 65 Lutz Reichenbach, sen, 6'5", 308 lb

# 63, Rainer Siemens, sen, 6'4", 305 lb
#52 Hillis Smith, soph, 6'5", 300 lb

#91 Carter Morrison, sen, 6'4", 302 lb
#90 Anton Merkel, sen, 6'3", 301 lb
#92 Haze Herbert, soph, 6'5", 295 lb
#96 Josh Snell, fr, 6’6’, 285 lb

# 97 Bill Heinz, 6'5", 300 lb, sen
#94 Barney Federer, 6’7”, 290 lb, fr
#95 Elmer Terrence, 6’6”, 285 lb, fr

# 96 Charles Foreman, sen 6'6", 250 lb
#58 Brock Golden, frsh, 6'4", 240 lb
#93 Klemens Grossman, sen, 6'4", 250 lb
#51 Travis Jenner, fr, 6’3”, 225 lb
#58 Hughe Brown, fr, 6’5”, 235 lb

# 54 Horace Crowns, sen, 5'11", 240 lb
#55 Robert Lewan, frsh, 6', 235 lb
# 59 Damian Philips, sen, 6'0", 225 lb
#56 Trent Grimes, fr, 6’1”, 235 lb
#57 Carl Moses, fr, 6’, 240 lb

#21 Gabriel Haberkorn, sen, 5'11, 205 lb
#22 Emil Johnson, fr, 6’1”, 200 lb
#23 Katil Jackman, soph, 6’, 195 lb

# 42 Zacharias Rosin, sen, 5'9", 212 lb(SS)
#43 Justin Baldwin, jun, 5’11, 205 lb(FS)
#40 Cooper Hart, fr, 6’, 215 lb(SS)

#4 Harry Swift, 6’0”, 179 lb, fr

#1 Tommy Berto, 6’1”, 181 lb, fr

#75 Nico Stentz, sen, 6’5”, 335 lb


Regular Season Statistics:
10 74

QB Deondre Rhine: 338/481, 70.2%, 4,171 yards, 36 TD, 18 INT, 50 rush, 324 yards, 3 TD
RB John Judge: 215 carries, 889 yards, 4.13 yp/c 6 TD, 30 receptions, 183 yards, 2 TD
WR Rodney Blades: 84 receptions, 1,133 yards, 7 TD
WR Dexter Slaughter: 80 receptions, 1,120 yards, 10 TD
WR Terrance Miller: 42 receptions, 515 yards, 5 TD
WR Adam Reader: 25 receptions, 275 yards 3 TD
WR Adam Rickiott: 22 receptions, 250 yards, 1
TE Dorian Brown-Clarke: 55 receptions, 775 yards, 8 TD

DE Carter Morrison: 35 tackles, 7 TFL 5 sacks
DE Anton Merkel: 24 tackles, 2 TFL , 3 sack
DT Billy Heinz: 15 tackles, 4 TFL, 3.5 sack
OLB Charles Foreman: 52 tackles, 7 TFL, 9.5 sacks, 1 safety
OLB Brock Golden: 37 tackles, 5 TFL, 10 sacks, 1 safety
MLB Horace Crowns: 92 tackles, 11 TFL, 4 sack, 1 FF/ 1 FR 3 PDef, 1 INT
MLB Robert Lewan: 80 tackles, 8 TFL, 2 sack 1 PDef, 2 INT
CB Gabriel Haberkorn: 35 tackles, 8 Pdef, 3 INT, 1 sack
SS Zachariah Rosin: 52 tackles, 2 sack, 5 PDef, 1 FF/1FR, 4 INT
FS Justin Baldwin: 43 tackles, 9 PDef, 4 INT

Key Losses:
LT Kevin Eakin: Eakin was arguably the best player to come out of Cold Hills’s obscenely good recruiting class five years ago now. A mainstay on the offensive line, Eakin was a monster to deal with, and was drafted in the first round by the Indianapolis Hogs to protect their franchise quarterback, John Garrett.

FS Marcell Salley: Salley was a cornerstone of this defense for four years, and was vital in his final games, chipping in with 4 interceptions in his final six games. A do it all, Swiss Army knife, the defensive unit is certainly hurting without him.

CB Clarence von Arris: von Arris went in the first round of the RFL draft, despite a good deal of speculation that he would stay to dominate another season. Instead, he finished his college career with a bang, an NSCF title.

CB Klara North: North was an exceptional coverage corner, but she struggled with tackling and had to be sheltered against stronger receivers. Regardless, the secondary has seen a massive overhaul, losing three key pieces.

Player bios:
Deondre Rhine: Rhine took the NSCF by storm as a freshman, leading his team to a championship win. That being said, he’s trimmed down his 6’6”, 265 pound frame. The quarterback lost 30 pounds this offseason, and it showed on the field. Improved mobility and even a bit of a running threat accounted for 405 yards on the ground. Unfortunately, his passing production seemed to suffer for it, with 17 picks to just 28 passing touchdowns in the domestic season.

Team Colors: White and Gold
Home Stadium: [url=[/url] 'The Tundra'(85,000)

Style of Play: +3
Defensive formation: 3-4 (<-Base Defense)
Uniforms: White with gold accents. I'm too lazy to do those.

I don't mind minor injuries to my players, they can pick scoring events, etc. Just don't have anyone go down for the season or ending, and keep it realistic. (ex: If you don't have the best defense, don't have my QB throwing 4 INTs or something absurd. You know, nothing that just doesn't make sense.

Week 1: vs New Córdoba: W 44-10
Week 2: @ Richardson: L 30-10
Week 3:
Week 4:
Week 5:
Week 6:
Week 7:
Week 9:
Week 10:

Non-conference games:

Week 11:
Week 12:
Week 13:
Last edited by Ranoria on Tue Mar 31, 2020 9:33 pm, edited 24 times in total.
Fan of football, the Murican kind.
I go by Ran. Unless, of course, you want to type out Ranoria. That's your decision.
♂♀Copy and Paste this in your sig if you know there are 2 genders and didn't fail biology♂♀
"I saw the angel of death waiting for me at the C gap." -My dude Pat
"They call it exotic smashmouth, there's nothing exotic about it. It's Derrick Henry behind Quinton Spain." -Jon Gruden
Lumi is my NS mom.
Check this one out if you're a football fan! NSFL Football
NSCF XX Champs

User avatar
Posts: 4605
Founded: Nov 26, 2010
Democratic Socialists

Postby Ko-oren » Sun Feb 16, 2020 1:23 pm

Salamantic Universities Professors

A team made up of recently graduated players who don't want to say the sport goodbye, but also aren't done with their academic careers. As they turn from undergrads to postgrads, they aren't allowed on the D-league (Development League) teams anymore - and that is where the Professors come in. The universities that host a D-league team have joined forces to allow their players to keep playing while pursuing their postgrads. Younger players are almost always given priority on this team, so most will be 21-22 years old. This is both because they are most likely to turn pro, and because the older players are more likely to concentrate fully on their studies.

A lot of gaps had to be filled, and the scouting apparatus was in full swing early on in the season. It's very hard to evaluate university players given there's no university-only league, and players are only expected to go professional after having played on the Professors (or not playing for the Professors at all), but the idea is that the roster is again full of players that aim to continue playing the sport after university.

Like every team that's made up of Ko-orenites from all over the country, this team is slightly defensive. The offence is somewhat experimental, with loads of unorthodox (and risky) formations. Nearly every play can be run from nearly every formation (at least, that's the philosophy), so plays and routes are remembered as a combination of [formation]+[pre-snap movement]+[post-snap play], making it all pretty flexible. There will be single wings, there will be lots of players lining up close to the offensive line. The backfield shouldn't be very crowded most of the time. The defence is tactical, intelligent, and are taught to be great communicators. Pressure can come from everywhere, linebackers are universally decent-to-good in coverage, so even safeties and corners can safely blitz every now and again.


Pos Nr Name - Degree @ University


QB 11 Dagunak Juldhauthaunden - Finance @ Greencaster Business University
RB 21 Jurre Hinken - Sociology @ Schemerdrechtuniversiteit*
TE 41 Chamchawdd yMaellceoff - Law @ Prifysgol Llandy
WR 31 Onne Lindeberg - Business @ Greencaster Business University
WR 32 Twan Nekker - Administration @ Schemerdrechtuniversiteit*
* One more skill position player (FB/TE/WR/RB)
LT 51 Ravel Brahe - Anthropology @ Universiteit van Rozenvoorde
LG 52 Eelco Knoevert - Atlantian Oceanian Studies @ Economical University of Maynard
C 53 Paranak Lambotherindhen - Sociology @ Social Science Institute of Amandine
RG 54 Otho Tilcott - Linguistics @ Linguistic Institute of Senoren*
RT 55 Japa Girault - Psychology @ École de l'homme et de la Société

DE 61 Tage Naastland - Finance @ Economical University of Maynard*
DT 62 Abe Bootsma - Law @ Prifysgol Llandy
DT 63 Haunpun Girbodhinden - Liberal Arts @ Academia de Belas-Artes
DE 64 Reuben Fitzgerald - Law @ Leeshire Academy
OB 71 Theodore King - Biology @ Willowbourne Technological Academy*
MB 72 Siunparend Nislondhaunthen - Nursing @ Medical Institute of the Capitals*
OB 73 Rilirun Laneltinthen - Education @ Maethoru National University
SS 91 Salemaun Mauzalterinden - Law @ Academie de Droit d'Aminey
FS 92 Aoradora Aurisea - Escola Naval de Santa Teresa (Navy)
CB 81 Evert Monaghan - Chemistry @ West Strand Riding University*
CB 82 Willard Snape - Law @ Legal Institute of Greencaster*

Special Teams
LS 59 Onemah Coogellong - Physics @ West Strand Riding University
K 1 Masafumi Hase - Mathematics @ West Strand Riding University
P 2 Eutelo Silveira - Chemistry @ Universidade de Finisterre
R 9 Bé Budde - Psychology @ Maethoru National University*


QB 12 Aoritun Aesinare - Language @ Alara Daigaku
RB 22 Walton Hooligan - Economics @ Greencaster Business University*
TE 42 Larkin McDermot - Architecture @ Technische Universiteit Sterrenwolde*
WR 33 Chillarie Yowarie - History @ Institute of the Eleanor
FB 23 Eddy Desjardins - History @ Gehrenna National University
OT 56 Noro Sardou - Business @ Université d'Économie Côtienne*
OG 57 Nolan Morrissy - Physics @ Sudaefjolluniversitet
C 58 Enieris Akailis - Nutrition @ Prifysgol Mawrystwyth

DE 65 Dan de Boer - Finance @ Maethoru School of Economics*
DT 66 Melton Hoddle - IT @ Information Technology Institute of Mawrystwyth*
OB 74 Pellchis yFfeorhan - Law @ Prifysgol Llandy
MB 75 Ryoko Yashima - Medicine @ Teragaseki Daigaku
S 93 Tokichiro Chiba - Literature @ Université de la Côte Austral
CB 83 Herman Jennings - Area Studies @ Université de la Côte Austral
CB 84 Aeneatai Aothemirila - Theology @ Aerellenuniversitet*

Special Teams
R 8 Clé Moreau - Engineering @ Universiteit van Intermare*

*Could graduate after this season

Home venues
The Planetarium (46.000), Sterrenwolde
Wolves' Lair Stadium (37.000), Mayara
Hertfield (33.000), Mawrystwyth

OOC information
If you want to include images in your RP, the Professors' jerseys look a lot like Northwestern (college football).
Liberal RP Permissions: send me a TG if it's so big that I should edit the roster.
-2 Style mod
Trigramme: KOR - Demonym: Ko-orenite - Population: 27.270.096
Sports Domestic Sports Newswires - RPable People - Info Factbook - Top attractions in Ko-oren - Map - Storefronts Loro Language Schools - Goliæth Sports Café
Champions 1x CoH - 1x WBC - 2x World Bowl - 1x IBC - 1x T20 WC - 3x RUWC - 1x RLWC - 1x HWC - 1x Beach Cup
Runners-up 1x AOCAF - 1x WBC - 2x World Bowl - 4x IBC - 1x AOHC - 1x GCF Test Cricket - 2x RUWC - 1x WLC - 1x FHWC
Hosts 1x World Bowl - 1x WCOH - 1x T20 WC - 1x RUWC - 1x FHWC

User avatar
The Royal Kingdom of Quebec
Posts: 7060
Founded: Feb 15, 2012
Democratic Socialists

Postby The Royal Kingdom of Quebec » Mon Feb 17, 2020 12:53 am


Université du Saguenay : A Factfile.

Motto: 'Vita Dulcedo Spes'
Established: 1792
Type: Public research university
Location: South Bend, Saguenay, Royal Kingdom of Québec
Religious affiliation: Non-denominational
Endowment: Q£ 11.3 billion (2041)
President: Dr. Dominik Vokál
Principal: Sir. Nam Taek-Jin
Academic Staff: 2183
Students: 18769
Undergraduates: 12795
Postgraduates: 5974

As for the institution itself, Université du Saguenay (official known as Université du Saguenay à South Bend) is considered one of the best universities in Quebec, in particular for its undergraduate education. While excellent across the board, Saguenay is in particular renowned for its world-renowned Cavani School of Business, Lawrence A. Gong School of Architecture, and humanities programs. The university is also renowned for the need-blind admissions policy, as well as its ability to meet 100% of a student’s demonstrated financial need- something that only 5 Québécois institutions can proudly say so.

The university's unique culture, that promotes both the scientific knowledge and religious education, results in the school and its alumni network (only rivalled by St. Croix and Farrer) having close ties to the Québécois elite, in both Saguenay province and those in Montreal the economic capital and Quebec City the artistic and administrative capital of Québec. The Sagueneen elite of both Catholic and Buddhist denominations, seeing the need of a classical institution in Saguenay without having to travel to Québec City, built UdS in considered the capital of Quebecois traditional culture and folk traditions in 1792. Since then, Université du Saguenay has been a centre of Quebecois Religious Thought and also the Quebecois Thought. Atlantian Oceania is a region notable for its centrist political scene with penchant for hereditary power, and Quebec is among them, for its leftist leaning is partly contradicted by long history of purging republicanism - with the most recent purge happening just eight years ago (2034). This thought has partly influenced the Fighting Irish to stand out, as UdS and the Saguenay province are considered the baton of Classical Quebecois Conservatism.

Université du Saguenay Fighting Irish

University: Université du Saguenay at South Bend
National Organisation : Québécois Intercollegiate Sports -
Conference: Big Ten (Fencing), Northeastern Conference (Hockey), RSECQ, Unaffiliated (Football)
Athletic Director: Sir. Robert Ahern Pelaez
Varsity Teams: 38
Location: South Bend, Saguenay, Royal Kingdom of Québec
Home Stadium: Schwartz Stadium (Capacity : 70,000)
Mascot: The Leprechaun
Nickname: Fighting Irish
Fight Song: Alma Mater, Saguenay
Colours: Blue, Gold and Metallic Gold


Head Coach: Baek Sang-Joon (12 years at Saguenay, 5 years as Head Coach)
Offensive Co-Ordinator: Kweon Joon-Ho (6 years at Saguenay, 5th year of his 2nd run as as OC)
Defensive Co-Ordinator: Patrick Boies (5 years at Saguenay, 1st as DC)
Special Team Co-Ordinator: Yunesky Munoz (4 years at Saguenay, 2nd as STC)
Style of Play: Pro Style Offence / 3-4 Defence

The NSCF 21 is an exciting one for the Saguenay Fighting Irish, as they aim to continue from where they left off three seasons ago. The Tiger Bowl championship season we saw in the fall was particularly memorable, as they dealt with long list of variables and had to watch in roller coaster ride as their star quarterback Ian Lautner and upperclassmen receiver corps. More often than not they had to help out the Irish defence who suffered injury bug all season long and barely showed the full extent of its starpower back in fall. Still, this Irish team is still expected to aim for the second straight Woodlands Conference Championship and maybe upset other NSCF powerhouses they have failed to beat so far. This may be a spring season where putting it all together, a rare issue in a wave-driven Baek era, may be the most important part of all.

Name               Role                                Place of Birth       Age Experience at Saguenay  Alma Mater       
Baek Sang-Joon Head Coach Attawapiskat, NW 46 12 years Northwestern (2018)
Kweon Joon-Ho Offensive Coordinator / QB Coach Edmundston, Acadie 38 6 years St. Francis Xavier (2026)
Patrick Boies Defensive Coordinator / DL Coach Jonquiere, Saguenay 33 5 years Saguenay (2032)
Yunesky Munoz Special Teams Coordinator Caracas, Nuevo Caracas 37 4 years Southern Manitoba (2028)
Noel Brouillette Running Backs Coach South Bend, Saguenay 34 5 years Saguenay (2029)
Mario Chun-Kim Offensive Lines Coach McAdam, Acadie 32 5 years Masan College (BComm, 2031; MBA, 2033)
Lev Chen-Gazdanoff TE Coach & Recruiting Coordinator California City, MTB 56 1 year St. Croix (2008)
Orlando Viñas Defensive Backs Coach Levis, C-N 31 1 year Acadia (2033)
Henri Baek-Jolin Wide Receivers Coach Gerretsen, Nord-Est 28 4 years Pyeongnam College (2035)
Arianne Goh Safeties Coach Chicoutimi, Saguenay 43 4 years Saguenay Tech (MSc, 2023), Saguenay (BSc, 2021)
Kenneth Tshibangu Offensive Assistant Montreal, Montreal 24 2 years St. Gabriel Richard (2040)
Xavier Cyr-Bourassa Defensive Assistant Chicoutimi, Saguenay 28 1 year Saguenay (2035)
Kevin Basker-Rim Graduate Assistant Saint John, Acadie 23 1 year Northwestern (2041)
Jean-Pierre Bernard Head Athletic Trainer Roberval, Saguenay 59 15 years Southern Manitoba (2005)
Allie Shim-McGrath Strength & Training Assistant Labrador City, Labrador 38 7 years Gyeongbuk A&M (2026)

Within the Saguenay NSCF staff we have seen some changes, even as the main mantle remains fairly similar to 3 yrs ago. Most notable factor is the departure of defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Hugh O'Neill in past January. The 39 year old, who was regarded as one of the finest defensive coordinators in Quebec, was appointed as the head coach of Meghanville State University Broncos, immediately after the Tiger Bowl win. In place of O'Neill will be defensive line coach Patrick Boies, who has also carved a name for himself very well, but the transition is expected to take some time as well. An additional note is given to Lev Chen-Gazdanoff taking over for Hunter McTavish, who was appointed as offensive coordinator for Mount Ester in February. The St. Croix alumnus, long familiar to Big 10 fans for his fourteen years with Northwestern program, is expected to have little trouble adjusting to his new position after taking the fall semester off due to career burnout. Starting June, he will also be taking over as the recruiting coordinator for the program from special teams coordinator Yunesky Munoz, who held the position as an interim when Mikael Nill-Aubin resigned to tend to his dying wife back in last September. Nill-Aubin, whose wife has since recovered, is expected to return to the academics commissioner for the athletic department.

Co-Offensive Captains: QB Ian Lautner, JR; C Frederick Kang, SR
Co-Defensive Captains: LB Heo Myeong-Shin, SR; CB Leopold Langlois-Zuluka, GR
Special Teams Captain: P Lawrence Jeong, SR

Team Honours:
  • Quebecois Intercollegiate Sports Tiger Bowl Champions x 15 (1938, 1943, 1946, 1949, 1966, 1973, 1977, 1988, 2018, 2027, 2028, 2030, 2033, 2038, 2041)
  • New Year's Six Bowl Champions x 23 (Apple Bowl x 12, Atlantic Bowl x 3, Podo Bowl x 2, Polaris Bowl x 1, Remembrance Bowl x 2, Union Bowl x 3)
  • NSCF Woodlands Conference Championship x 2 (NSCF 18 & 20)

No  Name        Surname        Ht.     Wt.  Position            Experience    Hometown                          High School                     Program            
01 Seth Quvianatukuluk 6'6" 253 Punter Freshman Salliq, Nunavut Salliq Composite School Environmental Science & Korean
03 Vincent Han 6'1" 217 Quarterback RS Freshman Chicoutimi, Saguenay Sangwon CVI Mechanical Engineering
04 Charles Bbumba 6'5" 326 Nose Tackle Senior Wakyaato, Banija Wakyaato HS Biology
05 Clark Anderson 6'4" 280 Defensive End Sophomore Aspen, Northwest Aspen Ridge HS Sociology
06 Alex Thothavissanouk 6'2" 238 Fullback Sophomore Megantic, Estrie ES Summerlea County History
07 Dong-Hwan Kim 6'0" 188 Kicker RS Freshman Attawapiskat, Northwest Metropolitan Gymnasium Studio Art & French
08 Gigi Dellandrea 6'0" 198 Quarterback Freshman Laval, Montreal Loyola CHS Business
09 Myeong-Shin Heo 6'1" 225 Linebacker (MLB) Senior Kingston, Frontenac Erskine CI History & Comparative Literature
10 Ian Lautner 6'2" 212 Quarterback Junior Santa Marina, Manitoba Pater Dei HS Art History & History
11 Michael Welch 6'5" 206 Wide Receiver Senior Chicoutimi, Saguenay Sangwon CVI Film, Television, and Theatre
12 Austin Bahng-Mason 6'4" 240 Linebacker Junior South Bend, Saguenay South Bend Agri. HS Business
13 Woo-Sahm Yeo 5'9" 211 Quarterback *Freshman Thunder Bay, Ontario St. Barnabas CHS Global Affairs & German
14 Rodrigo Senna 6'2" 207 Wide Receiver Junior Quebec City, Capitale-Nationale Ecole-Monsieur-Pleyel Film, Television and Theatre
15 Elzear Wright 6'2" 218 Safety Junior Mount Bowen, South Detroit Mount Bowen HS Economics
16 Elton-Ryan Shumway-Labadie 6'3" 202 Cornerback *Freshman College Junction, Saguenay College Junction HS Biology
17 Michael Seo 6'0" 251 Linebacker *Sophomore Montreal, Montreal ES Henri-Bourassa Preprofessional Studies
18 Marquis Taylor 6'3" 248 Tight End Junior Chicoutimi, Saguenay Gyeongbuk CI Mechanical Engineering
19 Chase Gagnon 6'3" 265 Defensive/Tight End RS Freshman Prince Eric, Manitoba Randall Heights SS History & Political Science
20 Fernando Clay Barraza 5'10" 197 Cornerback Sophomore Goose Bay, Labrador Foothills Catholic HS Chemical Engineering
21 Alex Lavertu-Dumas 6'1" 196 Cornerback Senior Montreal, Montreal Lancaster College Business
22 Nelson Kim 5'11" 196 Cornerback Senior Halifax, Acadie Gyeongnam CI Business
23 D.J. Wasserman 6'1" 256 Linebacker RS Junior Halifax, Acadie Halifax Grammar School Business
24 Bailey Jeon 6'0" 197 Cornerback RS Freshman Ottawa, Outaouais St. Paul's CHS Film, Television, and Theatre
25 Nawoon Beckett-Kim 6'1" 219 Running Back Sophomore Nill, Manitoba Nill HS Psychology & Mathematics
26 Ken Nagatomo 5'9" 189 Running Back Freshman Halifax, Acadie Halifax Grammar School Biology & Anthropology
27 Leopold Langlois-Zuluka 5'9" 194 Cornerback Graduate Flint, South Detroit St. Mugisha's CHS Business
28 Gaspard O'Lonegan 6'2" 191 Cornerback Freshman Longeuil, Montreal Greenfield Park HS Gaelic Studies & Theology
29 Gaston Kim 5'10" 191 Safety Freshman South Bend, Saguenay ETS Rimouski Steelworks Civil Engineering
30 Marc Thibault 6'1" 247 Fullback/Tight End Freshman Quebec City, Capitale-Nationale Whimoon College Business & Psychology
33 Gabriel-Simon Bolduc 6'0" 237 Running Back RS Sophomore Victoriaville, Estrie Seminaire St-Francois (Asbestos) Political Sciences
38 Charles Waabshkii’ogi 5'10" 201 Running Back Senior Sioux Lookout, Ontario The Sault Collegiate Political Science
36 Michael Byeon 6'1" 192 Safety Freshman Val d'Or, Abitibi-Temiscamingue ES Jeongju Biology
41 Pierre-Luc Avon 5'11" 185 Safety Sophomore Tadoussac, Saguenay Tadoussac Collegiate Business
42 Darcy Semenkar 6'3" 221 Safety RS Sophomore Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Air Force (Transfer) Journalism
43 Jong-Hyeok Starhunter-Nam 5'11" 198 Safety Senior Chibougamou, Jamesie Chibougamou Anglican HS History
44 Leon Moon 6'0" 196 Kicker Junior New Orleans, Acadiana The Schedrin School Business
45 David Corbeil-Goulet 6'4" 297 Defensive End Freshman Alabama Nord, Saguenay Alabama HS Film, Television, and Theatre
48 Lawrence Jeong 6'2" 231 Punter Senior Bonghwa, Saguenay ES Choonyang Korean Language and Literature
50 Logan Anderson 6'0" 225 Linebacker (SLB) Graduate Aspen, Northwest Aspen Ridge HS Business
51 Behrad Nam-Haji 6'1" 234 Linebacker Sophomore Scarborough, Frontenac Sir Hugh MacMillan CI Aerospace Engineering
52 Jean-Simon Resnais 6'2" 258 Defensive End Freshman Bonghwa, Saguenay ES Choonyang Psychology
53 William Moddejonge 6'3" 237 Linebacker RS Freshman Thunder Bay, Ontario Sir Frederick Sullivan CVI Film, Television, and Theatre
54 Julien Lemaire-Derrida 6'4" 249 Linebacker Sophomore Chicoutimi, Saguenay ES St-Emond Preprofessional Studies
55 Charles-Alexis Adeboboye 6'0" 249 Linebacker *Freshman Quebec City, Capitale-Nationale ESC Deoksoo Business
56 Guillaume Kyemereh 6'4" 239 Linebacker Junior Montreal, Montreal ES Henri-Bourassa Africana Studies
57 Vincent Michaud 6'2" 240 Linebacker (MLB) Senior Jonquiere, Saguenay Gimcheonhyanggyo SS Physics
58 Nathan Carragher 6'1" 232 Linebacker Freshman Sherbrooke, Estrie Whimoon College (Q.C) Economics
59 Michael Biakabutuka 6'4" 270 Defensive End Graduate Jonquiere, Saguenay ESC Daniel-Woo Business
60 Frederick Kang 6'6" 298 Centre Senior Natashquan, Nord-Est Uauitshitun CHS Business
61 Laurent-Martin Kanapé 6'5" 307 Guard/Centre Sophomore Pessamit, Nord-Est Saguenay Grammar School Global Affairs
62 Austin Fromanton-Jo 6'2" 298 Guard Graduate Moncton, Acadie École d'Hyspérides Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics
63 Dmitri Shrayer-Genkin 6'2" 239 Long Snapper Senior Prince Eric, Manitoba Prince Eric College Economics
64 Evan Latimer 6'6" 301 Guard RS Junior Santa Marina, Manitoba Pater-Dei HS Business
65 Piotr Tenerowicz 6'7" 315 Guard Freshman Kingston, Frontenac Erskine CI Internal Economics
66 Seung-Hyeon Jang 6'3" 306 Guard Graduate Val d'Or, Abitibi-Temiscamingue Songdo College (Montreal) Civil Engineering
67 Quentin Nimischuuch 6'6" 313 Guard Junior Chisasibi, Jamesie Chisasibi Composite Preprofessional Studies
68 Simon Blais-Latulippe 6'3" 297 Guard RS Sophomore Montreal, Montreal ES Lionel-Bronfman Archaeology
69 Miguel Viñas Budi 6'5" 302 Centre Freshman Levis, Capitale-Nationale ES Jemoolpo Comparative Literature
70 Tae-Yeong Ryu 6'6" 284 Guard/Tackle *Freshman Cheongdo, Saguenay Gyeongbuk CI Business
72 Benedict Park-Mancini 6'7" 315 Offensive Tackle *Junior California City, Manitoba St-Francisco-Assisi CHS Chemical Engineering
73 Marcel Ethier 6'3" 310 Offensive Tackle Senior Vezina-Ouest, Saguenay Gyeongbuk CI Philosophy
75 Jean-Marc Sioui-Peckham 6'2" 291 Offensive Tackle RS Freshman Chibougamou, Jamesie Chibougamou Central HS Indigenous Studies & English
77 Hong-Goo Yi 6'1" 276 Offensive Tackle Junior Chicoutimi, Saguenay Saguenay Grammar School Business
79 Yong-Gweon Shin 6'5" 296 Nose Tackle Junior London, Ontario Gong Seong-Joo SS Preprofessional Studies
80 Eric Cinq-Mars 6'2" 260 Wide Receiver RS Freshman Beolgyo, Ontario Nault CVI Law
81 Julien Carson-Corbin 5'10" 197 Wide Receiver Sophomore Chambly, Montreal Barbican Court School French & Gaelic
82 Yun-Dong Beckett-Kim 6'3" 252 Tight End Senior Nill, Manitoba Nill HS Film, Television, and Theatre
83 Thomas Song 6'0" 194 Wide Receiver Senior South Bend, Saguenay South Bend Agricultural HS Biology
84 David-Alexandre Belanger 6'0" 194 Wide Receiver Junior Alma, Saguenay ES Silas-Ducharme Psychology
85 Benjamin Kmet-O'Regan 6'4" 251 Tight End Freshman Ebaghuit Island, Acadie Yongma CTI Computer Science
86 Samuel O'Connell 6'3" 210 Wide Receiver Junior Kingston, Frontenac Litchfield CI Architecture
87 Yeong-Jo Koo 6'2" 213 Wide Receiver Sophomore Bonghwa, Saguenay ES Choonyang Film, Television, and Theatre
88 Edward Lessard-Park 5'11" 190 Wide Receiver Freshman Winnipeg, Manitoba Oakwood HS Political Science
91 Jean-Henri Pondexter 6'2" 251 Defensive End *Junior Laval, Montreal Bugil Academy Business
92 Jong-Woon Hong 6'4" 231 Defensive End Senior Guelph, Ontario Tricentennial SS Business
94 Pierre Lalonde-Kwak 6'5" 260 Defensive End Freshman Moncton, Acadie Horace A. McKeough HS Film, Television, and Theatre & History
96 Yeong-Jin Woo 6'0" 298 Nose Tackle RS Junior Shawinigan, Mauricie Bugil Academy Environmental Engineering
97 Jong-Taek Hong 6'3" 248 Linebacker Freshman Guelph, Ontario Tricentennial SS Philosophy
99 Eetash Pandi 6'5" 290 Nose Tackle *Freshman Fort Huron, South Detroit Noah Chineze-Carmody HS Liberal Studies

The Fighting Irish recruited well last offseason, continuing to focus on nationwide recruiting. The highest rated recruits in this class were wideout Edward Lessard-Park, centre Miguel Viñas Budi and defensive end Jean-Simon Resnais. Lessard-Park, given the lack of a flat-out clear number two and three receiver options this season, saw a lot of minutes while centre Miguel Viñas Budi, widely regarded the #1 recruit of his class, saw marginal playing time but played very well when backing up Frederick Kang on odd snaps. 'I get that many of us are frustrated at not seeing Miguel on enough snaps, but that's, to be fair, mostly because Fred's a 3-year starter who's also 2-time all-Quebecois,' Offensive Line coach Chun-Kim said. 'In most teams you'd see any of Laurent-Martin or Miguel starting all 12 games. We should see a healthy competition for next year though.'

Barring odd circumstances, Jean-Simon Resnais, the son of the highly-regarded high school coach Laurent Resnais, is also expected to start next year on the right side of the defensive line. Among defensive rookies, he saw the most snaps and was well ahead of Lalonde-Kwak or Gagnon on counts. His fundamentals, already considered among the best in the team, is something that his positional coach, defensive coordinator Patrick Boies, salivates over: 'Right now what we have is a good project. He's a little slower and isn't as agile when off rush right now, but he's already there technique wise. As long as we get the conditioning up to the level expected, we should see a three-year starter.' Coach Boies responded with delight.

What is also memorable about this Fighting Irish team this spring season is that they will be seeing fourteen starters don the blue and gold for their final run, meaning that for many of these guys, better performance is expected than three years ago, when only 8 (including O'Rourke the Long Snapper) graduated and 3 freshmen started for the national champions. For some positions they will have no problem replacing their starters, with trio of Lessard-Park, Carson-Corbin and Koo ready to replace Welch and Song on wideouts, as well as Corbeil-Goulet and Woo who have seen lots of time in rotation with Biakabutuka and Hong on defensive line. As for others it will be difficult, most notably on middle linebacker, where Heo Myeong-Shin is expected to be drafted to hometown Kingston Blue Jays in June, left tackle guarded by two-time all-Quebecois Marcel Ethier, and Leopold Langlois-Zuluka's side of defensive coverage. Fortunately the running game and the Lautner-Taylor splash brothers being back on offence should help the Saguenay team moving forward in an exciting direction. 'We'll miss these guys, but what else can we do?' Coach Baek said, 'That's how college football works- it's just part of life man.'

Offensive Depth Chart
Quarterback Lautner (3) Han (RS 1) Dellandrea (1)
Running Back Bolduc (RS 2) Waabshkii’ogi (4) Beckett-Kim (2) Nagatomo (1)
Fullback Thothavissanouk (2) Thibault (1)
Wide Receiver X Song (4) Lessard-Park (1) O'Connell (3)
Tight End Taylor (3) Beckett-Kim (4) Kmet-O'Regan (1) Gagnon (RS 1)
Left Tackle Ethier (4) Yi (3) Sioui-Peckham (RS 1)
Left Guard Nimischuuch (3) Blais-Latulippe (RS 2) Tenerowicz (1)
Centre Kang (4) Viñas Budi (1) Kanapé (2)
Right Guard Fromanton-Jo (Gr) Latimer (RS 3) Tenerowicz (1) Kanapé (2)
Right Tackle Jang (Gr) Sioui-Peckham (RS 1) Yi (3)
Wide Receiver Y Senna (3) Belanger (3) Koo (2) Lessard-Park (1)
Wide Receiver Z Welch (4) Carson-Corbin (2) O'Connell (3)

Defensively the Irish will be graduating seven players, including the entire starting defensive line .

Defensive Depth Chart            
Left Defensive End Hong (4) Anderson (2) Lalonde-Kwak (1)
Nose Tackle Bbumba (4) Woo (RS 3) Shin (3)
Right Defensive End Biakabutuka (Gr) Corbeil-Goulet (1) Gagnon (RS 1)
Strong Side LB (Sam) Kyemereh (3) Resnais (1) Hong (2)
Middle Linebacker Heo (4) Bahng-Mason (3) Carragher (1)
Middle Linebacker Lemaire-Derrida (2) Michaud (4) Moddejonge (RS 1)
Weak Side LB (Rover) Anderson (Gr) Wasserman (RS 3) Nam-Haji (2)
Right Cornerback Langlois-Zuluka (Gr) Kim (3) O'Lonegan (1)
Left Cornerback Jeon (RS 1) Clay Barraza (2) Lavertu-Dumas (4)
Strong Safety Wright (3) Semenkar (RS 2) Byeon (1)
Free Safety Starhunter-Nam (4) Kim (1) Avon (2)

Special Teams Depth Chart
Kicker Moon (3) Kim (RS 1)
Punter Jeong (4) Quvianatukuluk (1)
Long Snapper Shrayer-Genkin (3)
Last edited by The Royal Kingdom of Quebec on Mon Feb 17, 2020 2:44 pm, edited 3 times in total.
Retired from NSWC. Possibly available for NSCF / WB / WCoH but cannot be guaranteed.

Happy 420 Friends!

User avatar
Posts: 2172
Founded: Mar 06, 2015
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Banija » Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:03 am

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: No
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes, but please specify the injury and the numbers of games that my player will miss if you do so. Opposite of most people, but I just want there to be clarity on exactly how severe you think an injury is.
Godmod Injuries to my Players: Yes, but please specify the injury and the amount of time that my player will miss if you do so. Opposite of most people, but I just want there to be clarity on exactly how severe you think an injury is.
Godmod Other Events: Yes

Northern Moravica University Cougars
Defending Runner-Ups of the NSCF


School Info
Full Name: Northern Moravica University
Nickname: Cougars
Location: Herzegovina City, Moravica
Enrollment: 37,598
School President: Abbas Bajo. 59 years old. 1st year on the job.
Athletic Director: Horace Browning(Cosumar). 3rd year on the job.
Style Modifier: -1.5

Mugisha II Memorial Stadium
Maximum capacity of 87,000, expandable to 93,500 on special occasions(will be announced by me beforehand).

Official Depth Chart for NSCF Season XXI

Starters are underlined. Listed in the order of the depth chart.
Players currently redshirting are italicized.


7 of 11 starters are returning. New starters at QB, Halfback, Right Guard, and WR2.

Mokti Dikot. #4, Sophomore. 6'2, 215 pounds. 5 star recruit out of Banija in NSCF 19.
Baslios Danichew. #16, Sophomore. 6'4, 225 pounds. 3 star recruit of Banija in NSCF 19.
Bubacar Jagne. #3, Freshman. 6'5, 220 pounds. 4 star recruit out of Banija in NSCF 20.

Amanuel Tegene. #21, Sophomore.
Israel Salem. #28, Sophomore.
Fabba Guiss. #24, Freshman.

Marcios Venetta. #34, Junior.

Wide Receivers.
Kalen Rhodes. #13. Junior. Recruited from Ranoria.
Yankubah Taal. #15, Senior.
Bassirou Secka. #88, Senior.
Karamo Kinteh. #80, Junior.
Jung Singateh. #11, Freshman.

Tight Ends.
Belonwu Akuchi. #87, Junior.
Rada Menasse. #85, Sophomore.
Gabra Bullo. #89, Sophomore.

Left Tackle.
Chioma Obyke. #62, Redshirt Sophomore.
Lema Brehane. #65, Sophomore.

Left Guard.
Olefile Dithapelo. #60, Junior.
Oluchi Diji. #64, Junior.

Ethan Wilkins. #50, Redshirt Sophomore. Recruited from the Royal Kingdom of Quebec.
Amanuel Debebe. #57, Sophomore.

Right Guard.
Jordan Karamba. #61, Sophomore. Only member of Northern Offensive Line who did not start in NSCF XX.
Malick Touray. #68, Freshman.

Right Tackle..
Muña Turay. #71, Senior.
Ifeatu Okeli. #73, Junior.

Defense 4-3.

Left Defensive End.
Chidea Dike. #91, Junior.
Wassa Ouattara. #93, Freshman.

Right Defensive End.
Hatabu Jassey. #92, Senior.
Buwa Colley. #91, Redshirt Junior. JUCO Transfer from Istria City College.

Defensive Tackle.
Edmund Harris. #90, 6'4, 287 pounds. Sophomore. Recruited out of Ranoria.
Buruma Uster, #99. Senior.
Chydea Ndulu. #98, Junior.
Bolong Kinteh. #99, Freshman.

Strong Side Outside Linebacker.
Sean Morgan-Horne. #45, Sophomore. 6'2, 219 pounds. Recruited out of Ranoria.
Raphael Tewodros. #55, Redshirt Junior(JUCO transfer from Busukuma City College).

Middle Linebacker.
Hector Sosa-Onyeaju. #56, Senior. 6'4, 261 pounds. From the Royal Kingdom of Quebec. Captain.
Tamru Tadesse. #54, Sophomore.
Abdul Ayoub. #51, Sophomore. Recruited from the Busoga Islands.

Weak Side Outside Linebacker.
Samuel Kim. #41, Freshman. 6'7. Recruited from Kynxe, Chromatika. Samuel is a black belt in judo who has an eye for the ball. A natural leader who loves to inspire others via example or words, he can be a little outspoken but can be an asset if used properly. A strong side linebacker by trade, but with Morgan-Horne already on the strong side, they asked him to try to win the starting job in fall camp on the weak side, which he did successfully.
Ilman Tiyana. #49, Freshman.

Saihou Fadika. #2, Senior.
Baturu Sanneh. #22, Senior.
Gordon Kennedy. #27, Sophomore. Recruited from Eshan. Primary nickel back.
Ensa Faye. #31, Junior.
Zere Chirkos. #20, Sophomore.
Edrissa Coulibaly. #39, Freshman.

Strong Safety.
Fara Touré. #29, Senior.
Eyasu Mekdem. #26, Sophomore.

Free Safety.
Assan Kabbah. #19, Junior.
Lamin Kujabi. #36, Redshirt Senior. Transfer from Wild Valley University(Banija).

Special Teams.

For clarity's sake- My backup center is the long snapper for both punts and field goals. My backup quarterback is the holder for field goals. My punter does kickoffs. Lastly, my kicker is my backup punter and my punter is my backup kicker, just in case you RP an injury to one.

Kick/Punt Returner.
Saihou Fadika. #2, Senior.
Bassirou Secka. #88, Senior.
Idirissa Corr. #3, Senior.

Xavier Fran. #2. Freshman. Recruited from Z'ai'ai, Chromatika. 5'8. A trick shot artist with a football, Fran is a perfectionist. Recruited to replace Dula Benyam, who decided to transfer to the Islamic University of Busoga.

Head Coach: Lance Kabuye. 58 years old. The Head Coach is in his third season at Northern Moravica. Being hired in what many would describe as an 'awkward situation' in the beginning- the previous coach, himself fired, who then maneuvered his own way to being Athletic Director, and picking his own successor. Many coaches would not have done that, but they have a great AD-head coach relationship, and the results cannot be argued with. In each of Kabuye's first two seasons, they went to the NSCF Championship Game, with the school defeating Richardson University of Ranoria in the NSCF 19 Championship Game, and getting back to the title game in his second season as they fell to Cold Hill University.

Kabuye was the head coach of Wild Valley University, a smaller school in the eastern part of the Moravica region, for 6 years. He is innovating offensively- with former offensive coordinator Kawsu Banuma deciding to take a head coaching position at Kizza I College domestically, Kabuye is looking to ratchet away from the spread. They've always been traditionally more of a pro style school, but with Kabuye's comfort with the air raid, alongside Chae Heung-Kim, they innovated the offensive around their star quarterback. Now they will look to be a more traditional Northern team and build from the trenches. While they are inexperienced at the skill positions, with a new starting quarterback, running back, and wideout, they return 4 of 5 starters on the offensive line. They will look to dominant defensively this year, while taking far more snaps under center than they did a year ago, and use a lot more of the option run game.

Offensive Coordinator & Assistant Head Coach: Idirissa Ouattara. 61 years old. Kind of an out there hire. He was quarterbacks coach at Northern Moravica in NSCF 12 and NSCF 13 under Horace Browning, before he was offered an offensive coordinator position at the University of Ankole in domestic play. He was coordinator there for five seasons (domestic equivalents of NSCF 14-18) before becoming a head coach at Hangaza Tech. His head coaching career was disastrous- he was a poor culture fit, and was fired after just two seasons. He has always been big on the zone read running scheme, and Horace Browning suggested the hire to Kabuye shortly after the old offensive coordinator decided to go be a head coach on his own. They will install their new offense.

Defensive Coordinator & Assistant Head Coach: Longcan Gassama. 56 years old. The former Northern Linebackers coach has been promoted to defensive coordinator before the start of NSCF 19. IT was an interesting hire, as the head coach was expected to bring along his defensive coordinator from Wild Valley, but that man ended up staying to become the head coach out east. That said, Gassama is a capable coach, and his job is considered safe here in Northern Moravica. With the emphasis switching this season from their more high octane attack to a more traditional Northern squad of dominating in the trenches, the pressure is on Gassama to see if he can put a top ranked defense on the field once again.

Special Teams Coordinator: Edrissa Niang. 67 years old. 3rd year as Special Teams Coordinator.

Weeks 1-10 Celestia Conference; Weeks 11-13 nonconference
Conference Play
Week 1: vs. Islamic University of Busoga(Busoga Islands)
Week 2: @ Salamantic Universities(Ko-oren)
Week 3: vs. Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria(Lisander)
Week 4: vs. Loyola-Istria(North v. South Showdown)
Week 5: @ Willons Bolgano College(BOLGANO)
Week 6: @ Islamic University of Busoga(Busoga Islands)
Week 7: vs. Salamantic Universities(Ko-oren)
Week 8: @ Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria(Lisander)
Week 9: @ Loyola-Istria(North v. South Showdown)
Week 10: vs. Willons Bolgano College(BOLGANO)
Non-Conference Play
Week 11: @ Sadeg State University(Drawkland)
Week 12: vs. Temiscouata Tech(Jaspec)
Week 13: vs. Université du Saguenay(Quebec)

Retired numbers: #4 Pelias Patras. Set the national collegiate record for passing touchdowns in a career(95), and school record for passing yards in a career(9,977). Is the only quarterback in school history to start every single game for 4 years. Only quarterback in school history to beat archrivals Loyola University-Istria 3 times in a row(coinciding NSCF 1, 2,3). Went to three straight national championship games(coinciding NSCF 1, 2, and 3) and won two national championships(coinciding NSCF 1 & 3).

Rivals: Currently the biggest rival of Northern Moravica University is the University of Loyola-Istria, who the Cougars have played at least once a season the last 55 seasons. All-time, they have played 81 times, with Northern holding a 43-38-2 edge in the series over their archrivals. These two teams have long been seen as the top two college football teams in Banija, and indeed, their stranglehold over Banijan college sports has continued, as they dominate not only in football, the biggest collegiate sport, but most other sports as well. When it was discussed for which team should debut Banija on the world stage for college football, it ultimately came down to these two, and after heating exchanges of words between both Athletic Directors and School Presidents in public, and the Mayors of Istria & Herzegovina City, the Banijan College Sports Group(BCSG) decided on a 11-8 vote to send Northern. The two schools played a thriller in the NSCF 18 quarterfinals, a matchup won by the Blue Thunder. With Loyola's incredible postseason runs in the NSCF, they finally regained the upper hand in this rivalry when they downed Loyola-Istria at the Istria Lightning Yard in the NSCF 19 semifinals, en route to their first ever NSCF title.

A former NSCF rival is Vietussia Academy. They have played a number of games against Vietussia Academy when both schools were members of the Celestia Conference. They play each other for the Golden Axe, and they will be renewing their rivalry in NSCF 18, as they took a hiatus after the Banijan schools left the NSCF after NSCF 14 and Vietussia Academy was not playing upon their return in NSCF 17. The rivalry is considered dormant, as Vietussia Academy is no longer in the NSCF.

Their new foreign NSCF rival are the Salamantic Universities. The Salamantic Universities pulled off a major victory at Mugisha II Memorial Stadium last season, which was the key in preventing Northern Moravica from earning a fourpeat of conference titles. With them competing in the Celestia Conference, the rivalry is expected to grow. While school officials from both have discussed an 'unnamed trophy' to be at stake whenever these two teams play, people are not sure what the trophy will be called, although students from both sides have unofficially named the trophy the 'Trophy of the Ancients' since the matchup is Cougars versus Professors. While Northern Moravica administrators were clear to say that was not the rivalry trophy's official name, with the lack of an official name, that has been the name tossed around by various outlets discussing the new rivalry.

Entrance: There is a unique stadium entrance at home games for the Cougars football team. A starting senior on each side of the football stands outside the tunnel, each one holding the school flag. They stand opposite each other with the flags lowered, and then raise the flags and let the entire team run through. After the team and staff runs through, those two starters run to the middle of the field and each plant their flag on the logo, signifying that this is their home field, and that they will fight to defend home field.

Championships: Northern Moravica has five Celestia Conference championships in 7 NSCF seasons, winning the conference title in NSCF 12, NSCF 13, NSCRF 17, NSCF 18, and NSCF 19. They won their first ever NSCF championship in NSCF 19. They finished as runner-ups in NSCF 20.

All-Time NSCF Record

WinsLossesWinning Percentage
Celestia Conference Record571381.43%
Non-Conference Record101147.62%
Playoff Record7558.33%
Overall Record742971.84%

Loyola University Blue Thunder
Defending Celestia Conference Champions


School Info
Full Name: Loyola University @ Istria
Nickname: Blue Thunder
Location: Istria, Moravica
Type: Private, Mormon
Enrollment: 41,566
School President: Bishop Thomas Young(18th year on the job). 81 years old.
Athletic Director: Patrick Zervos(12th year on the job). 54 years old.
Style Modifier: +5

Alastair Jobs Field @ The Istria Lightning Yard
Maximum capacity of 98,000 expandable to 100,233 on special occasions(will be announced by me beforehand).

Official Depth Chart for NSCF XXI

Amazu Chibuzo. #5, Redshirt Sophomore.
Amadi Ikenna. #4, Redshirt Sophomore.
Kassa Einku. #12, Redshirt Freshman.

Nathaniel Islan. #23, Senior. Primary 3rd down back
Orjea Orjee. #20, Senior.
Hatabu Jobe. #21, Freshman.

Tight End
Rayan Willsonton. #9, Senior. Recruited out of Northwest Kalactin. Captain.
Dustin Andreas Jerome IV. #87, Freshman. 6'2. Recruited from Felswyr, Chromatika. A national champion(Chromatika) wrestler in high school, Dustin is a blocking first tight end who has nimble hands for someone of his bulk. Selfless and hard-working, he is driven and easy to coach.
Ikem Jelanea. #88, Junior.

Wide Receiver.
Khalil Hauptmann #3, Sophomore. 6'6, 219 pounds. Recruited out of Ranoria.
Chidi Chinweike. #83. Senior.
Okparra Chimaijem. #89, Senior.
Beluchi Okorie. #82, Senior.
Okonkwo Besrat. 82, Redshirt Sophomore.
Boy Secka. #80, Freshman.

Left Tackle.
Guillaume Vadnais-Triquet. #70, Junior. Recruited from the Royal Kingdom of Quebec.
Sama Biri. #76, Freshman.

Left Guard.
Alansana Janneh. #64, Senior.
Abdoulaye Ngom. #65, Senior.

Diji Obi. #50, Junior.
Bouba Danso. #61, Freshman.

Right Guard.
Bayou Awash. #60, Sophomore.
Demba Diouf. #63, Freshman.

Right Tackle.
Ilman Kabbah. #68, Senior.
Amir Dessalegne. #77, Sophomore.

Play a 3-4 defense

Returns 7 of 11 starters. New starters at MLB2, CB2, SS, and FS.

Left Defensive End
Ediresa Kinteh. #72, Senior.
Yared Getachew. #91, Sophomore. Recruited from the Busoga Islands.

Nose Tackle/Defensive Tackle..
Musa Ogoo. #95, Senior. Captain.
Obie Akachi. #99, Junior.
Yisake Araya. #90, Sophomore.

Right Defensive End.
Okorie Uzochi. #97, Junior.
Hassan Obi. #98, Sophomore. Recruited from the Busoga Islands.

Left Outside Linebacker.
Daron Dempsey. #59, Junior. Recruited from Ranoria. EDGE player- would play defensive end in a 4-3.
Yessuf Bona. #34, Sophomore.
Bsrat Belayneh. #45, Sophomore.

Middle Linebacker
Freiderick Hans. #35, Junior. Recruited from Ranoria.
Banta Jobe. #43, Senior.
Demba Diouf. #49, Freshman.
Atatafi Atikem. #51, Freshman.

Right Outside Linebacker
Stephane Cournoyer-Deschner. #54, Junior. Recruited from the Royal Kingdom of Quebec. Can play middle linebacker if necessary.
Isa Condé. #46, Senior.

Corrin Fairless #27, Senior. Recruited from Ranoria. Captain.
Birom Danso. #24, Senior.
Azmera Zanta. #28, Sophomore. Primary nickel back.
Martin de Lafayette. #31, Freshman. 6'7. Recruited from Myana, Chromatika. A tall, lanky lad with long reach, Lafayette grew up playing fullback in soccer but got tired of being carded for fouls, always being driven toward the more violent brand of football. A sure tackler, he has a tendency to go for the big hit, making him susceptible to more nimble players who make it to the second level. Excellent in run support by the line of scrimmage.
Madue Uzoma. #5, Junior.
Edrissa Jassey. #26, Freshman.

Strong Safety
Markos Mesay. #22, Sophomore.
Adama Ceesay. #12, Freshman.

Free Safety
Habib Jobateh. #14, Freshman.
Lepolesa Ogaile. #16, Sophomore.

For clarity's sake- My backup center is the long snapper for both punts and field goals. My backup quarterback is the holder for field goals. My punter does kickoffs. Lastly, my kicker is my backup punter and my punter is my backup kicker, just in case you RP an injury to one.

Ensa Gassama #3, Senior.

Teshale Roni. #19, Sophomore.

Corrin Fairless #27, Senior. Recruited from Ranoria.
Azmera Zanta. #28, Sophomore.
Habib Jobateh. #14, Freshman.

Head Coach: Alanso Isa is the 63 year old alumnus from this school, now in his fourth season at Loyola-Istria. He was tasked to fill the shoes of legend Alastair Jobs, who won the NSCF 14 and NSCF 17 championships, alongside a NSCF 14 Celestia Conference title, who had an 8-0 all-time postseason record in the NSCF. People cannot really complain about Isa's performance- he's won a playoff game each season, alongside a Celestia Conference championship and a #1 postseason ranking heading into the NSCF 20 Playoffs. However, the nearly impossibly high bar set by Jobs has not been met, as they lost in the Semifinals for the second straight season. With Northern's consecutive trip to the Final, there will be pressure on Isa to show their loud neighbors to the North who indeed is the best team in Banija.

Offensive Coordinator & Assistant Head Coach: Dennis Zervos is beginning his fifth season as offensive coordinator. The OC led the school to a NSCF 14 Title when he was the NSCF's Most Outstanding Player, and led the team to national championship (coinciding with NSCF 15). When he went pro early, he suffered a pair of ACL injuries in his rookie year, and injured both ACLs against to start his second season, effectively ending his professional career. In his first season as the offensive coordinator, he led Loyola-Istria to having the #1 ranked offense in all of the NSCF last season, and is known as a rising star as an assistant coach. With his living legend status at the school, considering he has a ring, a MOP trophy, and his father is the AD, he has some particular job security. He is 33 years old.

Defensive Coordinator & Assistant Head Coach: Joseph Lukwago is in his 11th season as the defensive coordinator, running a 3-4 defense.

Special Teams Coordinator: Isaac Lutaboke is in his 9th season as the special teams coordinator.

Weeks 1-10 Celestia Conference; Weeks 11-13 nonconference
Conference Play
Week 1: vs. Willons Bolgano College(BOLGANO)
Week 2: @ The Islamic University of Busoga(Busoga Islands)
Week 3: vs. Salamantic Universities(Ko-oren)
Week 4: @ Northern Moravica(North v. South Showdown)
Week 5: vs. Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria(Lisander)
Week 6: @ Willons Bolgano College(BOLGANO)
Week 7: vs. The Islamic University of Busoga(Busoga Islands)
Week 8: @ Salamantic Universities(Ko-oren)
Week 9: vs. Northern Moravica(North v. South Showdown)
Week 10: @ Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria(Lisander)
Non-Conference Play
Week 11: vs. Cenesis Naval Academy(Abanhfleft)
Week 12: vs. Mar Sara Tech(Valanora)
Week 13: @ Richardson University(Ranoria) in the Rebel's Cannon Bowl

Championships: The Loyola-Istria Blue Thunder have an incredible NSCF postseason record, being 13-3 all-time in the postseason in this competition. In NSCF 13, they won the Pioneer Bowl, and in NSCF 14 and NSCF 17, they won the NSCF championship, posting a 3-0 and 4-0 record in those two postseasons, respectively. In NSCF 18, they made a run to the NSCF title game, only to fall to Mar Sara Tech. In both NSCF 19 and NSCF 20, they lost semifinals on their home field, falling to Northern Moravica at home in NSCF 19 and falling to Cold Hill at home in NSCF 20.

Individual Accolades: They have racked up individual accolades during their time as a member of the NSCF. Dennis Zervos, their offensive coordinator, was the NSCF's most outstanding player in NSCF 14, and their current quarterback, Isaka Jawara, was the NSCF 17 Offensive Player of the Year en route to their championship run, and the NSCF 18 Most Outstanding Player, and he won the NSCF 19 Offensive Player of the Year award in his senior season. Corrin Fairless, a starting cornerback and their special teams star, won the NSCF 18 Special Teams Player of the Year Award.

Rivalries: North v. South Showdown against Northern Moravica. See Cougar HIstory and Traditions for more.

Their big foreign rival is Richardson University of Ranoria. The young rivalry has developed quickly, as the teams compete for recruits off the field and championships on it. In NSCF 17, Loyola-Istria travelled to Richardson University for the first game of this rivalry, and lost a very close battle. But in the return in NSCF 18, Richardson University came to Busukuma, and defeated the Blue Thunder at the Stadium of the Restoration. The return was another close battle between the two schools, losing an instant classic in overtime in Ranoria. This rivalry is called the Rebel's Cannon Bowl, and is traditionally contested on the final weekend of the regular season. This season will be the fifth edition of the game. All four of the games have been won by the home side, with Richardson winning in NSCF 17 and NSCF 19, while Loyola-Istria emerged victorious in NSCF 18 and NSCF 20 in what has quickly become one of the NSCF's must see international rivalries.

All-Time NSCF Record

WinsLossesWinning Percentage
Celestia Conference Record51985%
Non-Conference Record13572.22%
Bowl Game Record10100%
Playoff Record12380%
Overall Record771781.91%
Last edited by Banija on Mon Mar 09, 2020 9:18 am, edited 3 times in total.
Reigning champions of the World Baseball Classic and the Di Bradini Cup. Vice President of the World Baseball Council.
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports
NSCF 14 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 17 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 19 CHAMPIONS(Northern Moravica)
Sporting World Cup 8. World Baseball Classic 47. Di Bradini Cup 47. National Trophy Cabinet.
Does your country need public transit? Contact the RTC!
Want your country's unions to be represented internationally? Join the UAW!

User avatar
Commonwealth of Baker Park
Posts: 1009
Founded: Jan 10, 2018
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Mon Feb 17, 2020 9:13 pm

University of the Commonwealth of Baker Park

Fact File
Location: College Hill--Belle Haven, State of Baker Park
Founded : 1899
2020 enrollment: 36,834 undergraduate/4,029 post graduate
Nickname : Warriors
School Colors : Black and Gold
Chancellor : Dr Robert L Delgado, PhD.
Athletic Director: Melissa Sweeney-Allen
Affiliation: Baker Park Universities Athletic Coalition
Metropolitan College Athletic Conference
Stadium: Jacob F Gleason Field
capacity/surface: 47,306/Fuzzy Field Turf

Style modifier--+2.2

Head Coach-- Scott Newell 28th season (225-96-6, plus 31-11 in NSCF)
Assistant Coaches--
Frank Logan
Rob Timmons
Andrew Driesen
Alex Driesen
David McManus
Athletic Trainer-- Mary Volt

The University of the Commonwealth return to NSCF for the fourth time and seek to retain the Mineral Conference crown they have held since their first season in the competition. The youthful squad that took part in NSCF XX have had 2 domestic season in the interim, and now are a junior & senior laden group.

Head Coach Scott Newell hopes to go out on a high note, as the veteran coach had announced during the last UAC season that he will retire following this competition, ending a career that saw him coach a record 327 games in charge of the Warriors.

roster--# denotes projected starters
No. Name       Pos Ht. Wt. Yr. 
1 Lamin Kah WR 6-4 225 JR (BNJ) #
2 Jacob Cornwell RB 6-1 175 JR
3 CJ Pickrom RB 6-1 205 SR #
5 Zach Miller WR 5-10 160 SR
6 Clint Okoli RB 5-10 200 JR
7 Brandon Bullins QB 6-2 200 SO
8 Xavier Omagodbo RB 6-0 180 SR
9 Desoto McKenzie WR 6-1 170 FR
10 Aaron Hazel DB 6-1 180 JR
11 Lucas McGuire K 6-1 175 JR #
12 Matt McDonald WR 6-4 187 SO
16 Willie Jordan LB 6-0 205 SR #
17 Christopher Fox QB 6-3 200 SR #
24 Charles Lamar RB 6-1 215 SR #
25 Edward Lee DB 5-11 168 JR
26 Carlos Wright DB 6-0 212 JR
27 Jordan Bailey DB 6-0 170 JR #
28 Matt Domer RB 5-11 200 SR
31 Daniel Burton DB 5-11 184 SR #
33 Brett Luchesne LB 6-3 224 SR #
34 Ryan Wilson DB 5-10 190 JR
35 Seth Friel LB 5-10 200 JR
37 Timothy Smith RB 5-8 185 SR
38 Cristian Alvarez K 5-9 175 JR
41 Anthony Frazier P 6-1 185 JR #
42 Xavier Johnson DB 5-11 174 SR #
45 Keyshawn Hailey DB 6-2 200 JR #
46 Troy Hollis LB 6-0 220 JR
49 Trey Henry TE 6-3 220 SR #
50 Noah Wetzel LB 6-1 215 JR #
51 Mark Woods, Jr DL 6-4 270 JR
52 Darrick Green LB 6-0 226 SR #
59 Demond Hutchinson DL 6-2 285 SR
61 Nicolson Francois OL 6-2 295 JR
62 Charles Hinton OL 6-1 295 SR #
63 Austin Main DL 6-2 288 JR #
67 Jack Kramer OL 6-3 302 SR #
68 James Allison OL 6-1 295 JR #
72 Bryan Kiley OL 6-2 290 SR #
77 John McNamara OL 6-4 298 SR
78 Noah Buttiglieri OL 6-2 305 JR
79 Zack Sharp OL 6-8 319 SR #
80 Hunter Coleman WR 6-2 187 SR #
81 Tristan Davis WR 5-10 162 JR
83 Jerry McBride TE 6-3 225 JR
84 Tim Thornton WR 6-1 186 SR
85 Cameron Corbett WR 5-10 190 FR
88 Dewaun Turner WR 5-11 180 FR
89 Grant Engle TE 6-1 238 FR
90 Saquan Gaylord DL 6-5 263 JR
91 Juan Felix-Ramirez DL 6-4 275 SR #
93 Davon Hill DL 6-0 292 SR #
95 Kyle Julich DL 6-3 280 SR #



My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: Yes
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes
Godmod Injuries to my Players: Yes
Godmod Other Events: Yes
Last edited by Commonwealth of Baker Park on Fri Feb 21, 2020 10:34 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Soccer--2x Under-18 World Cup (SWC 5&9) Champions
Baptism of Fire 67 Runner-Up
AOCAF LVIII Third Place (co-hosts)
World Cup 84 Co-hosts
World Cup 81/82/83/84 Round of 16
World Cup 80 Group Stage
Football--NSCF 18 Mineral Conference Champions
playoff quarterfinalist
NSCF 19 & 20 Mineral Conference Champions

User avatar
Chargé d'Affaires
Posts: 361
Founded: Apr 30, 2019
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Hapilopper » Tue Feb 18, 2020 2:50 pm

(OOC: I apologize, not all information is in, but I'm crunched on time and I wanted to get this out. This will be updated.)
Full College Name: Buckridge University
Trigramme: BUC
Nicknames: Buck-U, the Racers
Team Colors: White, Black and Green

Team Info:
The Buckridge Racers, commonly known as "Buck-U" or "Buck You" among its legions of fans, has won the last two Hapiloppian College Gridiron Championships in succession. Known for a smashmouth-style of play, the Racers give no quarter and take none. Their team, led by head coach Bob Park, has taken a group of degenerates into the multiversal NSCF league. Look for hard hits, excessive celebrations and a very fiery style of play.

Head Coach: Bob Park
Offense: A West Coast-style offense with three wide receivers and one tight end
Defense: A 4-3 formation.
Bob's staff includes:
"Get-Back" Coach Matthew Planque
Offensive Coordinator Kane Dudley
Defensive Coordinator Juan Gresham
Quarterback Coach Bruce Wieland
Offensive Line Coach Art Travers
Defensive Line Coach Doug Patrick
Offensive Quality Control Theo Janos
Defensive Quality Control Rollie Bonaccorso
Strength and Conditioning Coach Will Hudson

RP Permissions
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my scorers: Yes
Choose scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes. Injuries in gridiron football are almost to be expected. However, if you want to do anything serious, TG me or send me a message on Discord and we'll talk about it.
Godmod scoring events: Yes, but send me a message beforehand. If something has actually happened in a football game, like Zakoby McClain's pick-six in the Iron Bowl last year, I won't consider it god-modding.
Godmod injuries: TG me beforehand and we'll talk about it.
Godmod other events: TG me beforehand and we'll talk about it, but I will say please don't kill any of my players.

Week 1: Buckridge at Ramusok Capital
(Capital Coliseum, Cosumar - TV: Venerable Television)
Week 2: Buckridge vs Stoneshore
(Vogler Stadium, Buckridge - TV: H-Sports Net-Buckridge)
Week 3: Buckridge at Luftsworth
(Luftsworth Ford, Aimena - TV: H-Sports Net-Buckridge)
Week 4: Buckridge at Columbia
(Columbia Stadium, East Ares - TV: H-Sports Net-Buckridge)
Week 5: Buckridge vs Sadeg State
(Vogler Stadium, Buckridge - TV: Venerable Television)
Week 6: Buckridge vs Ramusok Capital
(Vogler Stadium, Buckridge - TV: Venerable Television)
Week 7: Buckridge at Stoneshore
(Finglass Field, Cosumar - TV: H-Sports Net-Buckridge)
Week 8: Buckridge vs Luftsworth
(Vogler Stadium, Buckridge - TV: H-Sports Net-Buckridge)
Week 9: Buckridge vs Columbia
(Vogler Stadium, Buckridge - TV: Venerable Television)
Week 10: Buckridge at Sadeg State
(Skyhawks' Gridiron Park, Drawkland - TV: Venerable Television)
Week 11: Buckridge vs TBA
(Vogler Stadium, Buckridge - TV: TBA)
Week 12: Buckridge at TBA
Week 13: Buckridge at Islamic U of Busoga
(Bucak Field, Busoga Islands - TV: Venerable Television)

Team Roster:
## POS Player                 CLS Height Weight Personality   High School/Hometown
1 KR Joey Warren SO 6'0" 190 Sparkplug Pinkerton South High/Pinkerton
2 RB Christopher Luzzatto JR 6'4" 250 Tenacious Fairfield High/Buckridge
3 WR Josh Raimondo JR 6'6" 250 Specimen Westlake High/Buckridge
4 PK Cal Porto FR 5'11" 180 Weird Newman Academy/Buckridge
5 QB Zack Barnes SR 6'2" 220 Relaxed Shallow Creek High/Surrey
6 P Hunter Clemens SO 5'10" 175 Relaxed Wilkes Academy/Buckridge
7 P John Milburn SO 5'9" 150 Relaxed Pinkerton South High/Pinkerton
8 WR Darren Santo SR 6'4" 265 Boring Vincent Welch High/Hapilopper City
9 QB Bert Engelbert SO 6'1" 235 Cowboy Kenneth Schroeder High/Buckridge
10 QB Jackie Wildgrube FR 6'4" 240 Party Animal Pinkerton North High/Pinkerton
11 WR Francis Pearce SO 6'5" 235 Boisterous Beaverton Christian Academy/Border City
12 QB Ricky Stern SO 6'3" 222 Determined Hetfield Lane High/Hapilopper City
13 WR Paul Arkwright SR 6'2" 228 Annoying Goodman Road High/Buckridge
14 KR Tony Florentino FR 6'2" 235 Determined Walker High/Peoria
15 GU Malakai Balfour SR 6'5" 275 Specimen Lambert High/South Hampton
16 GU Chris Lawrie JR 6'4" 260 Violent Stevenson Academy/Washington
17 GU Dave Nazario JR 6'5" 272 Tempermental Wilkes Academy/Buckridge
18 SS John Huxley FR 5'9" 163 Fiery Newman Academy/Buckridge
20 FS Rocky Kellogg SO 5'10" 174 Professional Pinkwood Academy/Pinkerton
21 RB Preston Hume FR 5'11" 210 Sparkplug Conrad Saylor High/Hapilopper City
22 RB Ralph Zimmerman JR 6'3" 245 Fiery Yarborough High/Buckridge
23 RB Joel Ewart FR 6'0" 205 Relaxed Westlake High/Buckridge
24 CB Kevin Hawk SR 6'3" 240 Determined Hutchison High/East Hampton
25 FS Kelvin Bradford JR 5'9" 152 Sparkplug Newman Academy/Buckridge
30 DE Dusty Chancellor SR 6'6" 315 Focused Cochran High/Peoria
31 SS Darren Porter FR 5'11" 181 Vicious Cotton Native High/Peoria
34 CB Dre Brasington SR 6'2" 226 Violent Pinkerton North High/Pinkerton
39 CB Nico Caldwell FR 6'0" 195 Fiery Hamilton High/Kingsland
42 DE Gerard Garland JR 6'4" 321 Tenacious Pinkwood Academy/Pinkerton
43 OLB Grady Trafford SR 6'5" 272 Psychotic Raceway High/Buckridge
44 OLB Ole Batista JR 6'4" 258 Relaxed Starling Academy/Peoria
45 CB Cletus Randolph JR 6'2" 215 Charitable Westlake High/Buckridge
50 C Kayden Patresek JR 6'2" 297 Boring Fairfield High/Buckridge
51 C Ralph Sanders SO 6'1" 268 Tempermental Vincent Welch High/Hapilopper City
52 MLB Louis Gotfried JR 6'4" 263 Asshole Raceway High/Buckridge
53 MLB Al Herbert FR 6'0" 239 Sparkplug Kenneth Schroeder High/Buckridge
63 OG Derrick Johnson JR 6'5" 326 Professional Rothmans High/West Hampton
64 OG Gerald Corbin SO 6'4" 315 Sparkplug Newman Academy/Buckridge
68 OG Jenson Beake SR 6'6" 391 Determined Southland Christian Academy/Buckridge
69 OG Abe Willis SO 6'4" 315 Asshole Raceway High/Buckridge
70 OT Willy Merrill FR 6'1" 305 Calm Conrad Saylor High/Hapilopper City
71 DT Gareth Brodeur JR 6'5" 360 Frightening Westlake High/Buckridge
72 OT Fred Kohler JR 6'3" 341 Professional Kenneth Schroeder High/Buckridge
73 OT Harlan Byrd FR 6'7" 305 Aloof Hetfield Lane High/Hapilopper City
74 DT Heath Samson SO 6'4" 323 Voracious Olin Anderson High/Buckridge
75 DT Malcolm Eustis SO 6'3" 340 Psychotic Raceway High/Buckridge
77 OT Aaron Sweeney SR 6'4" 346 Class Clown Shallow Creek High/Surrey
81 WR Allen Macy FR 6'2" 238 Relaxed Southland Christian Academy/Buckridge
82 WR Kirby Clement JR 6'4" 230 Determined Hutchison High/East Hampton
83 TE Sammy Jernigan SR 6'5" 260 Violent Kenneth Schroeder High/Buckridge
84 TE Marty Seward SR 6'5" 255 Determined Raceway High/Buckridge
86 MLB Angus Windham FR 6'7" 280 Relaxed Olin Anderson High/Buckridge
87 OLB Ed Bohn JR 6'0" 265 Class Clown Westlake High/Buckridge
89 TE Robert Kunkel SO 6'4" 247 Calm Orndorff High/Garvinson
90 DE Jon Woodward JR 6'4" 296 Frightening Raceway High/Buckridge
91 MLB Steve Hamm SO 6'4" 265 Psychotic Westlake High/Buckridge
92 TE Darren Ormond JR 6'2" 243 Frightening Monday's Mill High/Surrey
97 DE Dirk Hildebrand SO 6'6" 314 Professional Cobblestone High/Garvinson
98 PK Grady Tasker SR 6'0" 175 Nerdy Sprayman High/Surrey
99 OLB Ethan Ranier JR 6'2" 235 Vicious Parker High/Kingsland

Depth Charts: (Spoilered)
QB1: #5 - Barnes
QB2: #9 - Engelbert
QB3: #12 - Stern
QB4: #10 - Wildgrube (Redshirt)

RB1: #2 - Luzzatto
RB2: #22 - Zimmerman
RB3: #21 - Hume
RB4: #23 - Ewart

WR1: #3 - Raimondo
WR2: #11 - Pearce
WR3: #8 - Santo
WR4: #13 - Arkwright
WR5: #82 - Clement
WR6: #81 - Macy

TE1: #83 - Jernigan
TE2: #84 - Seward
TE3: #92 - Ormond
TE4: #89 - Kunkel

LT1: #72 - Kohler
LT2: #73 - Byrd

LG1: #63 - Johnson
LG2: #69 - Willis

C1: #50 - Patresek
C2: #51 - Sanders

RG1: #68 - Beake
RG2: #64 - Corbin

RT1: #77 - Sweeney
RT2: #70 - Merrill

LC1: #24 - Hawk
LC2: #45 - Randolph

LE1: #30 - Chancellor
LE2: #42 - Garland

DT1: #71 - Brodeur
DT2: #74 - Samson
DT3: #75 - Eustis

RE1: #90 - Woodward
RE2: #97 - Hildebrand

RC1: #34 - Brasington
RC2: #39 - Caldwell

LL1: #43 - Trafford
LL2: #44 - Batista

LI1: #91 - Hamm
LI2: #86 - Windham

RI1: #52 - Gotfried
RI2: #53 - Herbert

RO1: #99 - Ranier
RO2: #87 - Bohn

FS1: #25 - Bradford
FS2: #20 - Kellogg

SS1: #31 - Porter
SS2: #18 - Huxley

K1: #98 - Tasker
K2: #4 - Porto

P1: #6 - Clemens
P2: #7 - Milburn

H1: #12 - Stern

KR1: #1 - Warren
KR2: #14 - Florentino

GUNNER: ("Death From Ahead")
GU1: #16 - Lawrie
GU2: #15 - Balfour
GU3: #17 - Nazario
Proud to support Valentine Z in the WA GenSec election. You should too.

Hapilopper: The home of TEAM BLUE and the winner of the 70th Baptism of Fire!
NSSCRA drivers: #8 - Frank Bronson | #73 - Taylor Henderson | #81 - Chris Holmes
WGPC driver: #81 - Drake Stevenson
Made with pride in Atlantian Oceania.

User avatar
Busoga Islands
Posts: 101
Founded: May 31, 2018
Corrupt Dictatorship

Postby Busoga Islands » Tue Feb 18, 2020 4:45 pm

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: No
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes, but please specify the injury and the numbers of games that my player will miss if you do so. Opposite of most people, but I just want there to be clarity on exactly how severe you think an injury is.
Godmod Injuries to my Players: Yes, but please specify the injury and the amount of time that my player will miss if you do so. Opposite of most people, but I just want there to be clarity on exactly how severe you think an injury is.
Godmod Other Events: Yes

Islamic University of Busoga


School Info
Full Name: The Islamic University of Busoga
Nickname: Caracals
Location: Lakiska, South Island, Busoga Islands
Religious Affiliation: Twelver Shia Islam
University Type: Private Research University
Enrollment: 12,384
School President: Dr. Nadir Onut. 63 years old. 8th year in charge.
Athletic Director: Nuray Dervis. 55 years old. 5th year in charge.
Style Modifier: +1

Bucak Field. Capacity of 55,000.

Official Depth Chart for NSCF Season XXI

Starters are underlined. Listed in the order of the depth chart(top player first on depth chart, second player first player off bench, etc.... )
All players are from the Busoga Islands unless otherwise specified.
Players currently redshirting are italicized.


Offensive base personnel is 12(1 running back, 2 tight ends, 2 receivers). They run a West Coast offense, and frequently involve their big tight ends in the passing game.

Ozgu Remzi. #15, Senior. 6'4, 220 pounds. A decent quarterback as the Islamic U dominated domestic competition, but concerns about how he'd fare against NSCF competition caused the head coach to look abroad. Him and LeMont expected to split time at the position this season, though Remzi is the nominal starter for now.
Darius LeMont. #9, Freshman. 6'3. Recruited from Chromatik City, Chromatika. Left handed, Darius is a speedster who knows how to run if needed. He could use some more experience in going through his progressions, but he is a natural athlete who knows how to make people miss and make magic happen.
Denker Gucer. #7, Sophomore. 6'6, 240 pounds.

Uchie Onyekachi. #21, Junior. Recruited from Banija.
Kizil Ulusoy. #28, Sophomore.
Mervan Ocal. #24, Freshman.

Obike Chima. #34, Senior. Recruited from Banija.

Wide Receivers.
Azubuike Chinweuba. #3, Redshirt Senior. 6'4. Graduate transfer from Wild Valley University(Banija).
Matshwenyego Kgotso. #86, Redshirt Junior. 6'2. Recruited from Banija.
Aksun Vardar. #11, Sophomore. 5'11. Primary slot receiver.
Akman Ercan. #84, Sophomore.
Gencer Alkan. #19, Freshman.

Tight Ends.
Gulhan Bora. #87, Junior. 6'8.
Ozil Zaimoglu. #88, Senior. 6'4.
Bleda Kaldirim. #85, Junior. 6'4.
Ridvan Yildiz. #89, Freshman. 6'3.

Left Tackle.
Uchie Chononso. #62, Freshman. Recruited from Vdizi, Moravica, Banija.
Uchechi Jioke. #65, Junior. Recruited from Slobochia, Moravica, Banija.

Left Guard.
Chukwudi Chinasa. #60, Redshirt Sophomore. Transfer from Hangaza Tech(Banija).
Odirile Lewatle. #64, Senior. Recruited from Busukuma, National Capitol Region, Banija.

Naim Baydar. #50, Senior. Captain. Only returning starter on offensive line.
Koofrey Uche. #57, Redshirt Senior. Graduate Transfer from Istria City College(Banija).
Serdar Hacioglu is redshirting during NSCF XXI

Right Guard.
Ferdi Cakmak. #61, Sophomore.
Sedireng Leruo. #68, Junior. Recruited from Hoima, Ankole, Banija.

Right Tackle..
Obea Chibuzo. #71, Freshman. Recruited from Busembe, Kitara, Banija.
Haci Ekren. #73, Junior.

Defense 4-3.

The front 7 is the core of this defense. The front 7 is big, fast, and aggressive, being great against the run. They try to bring a lot of pressure to make up for an inexperienced secondary, as the young players in the back are most certainly liable to get burned.

Left Defensive End.
Yosef Rediat. #97, Senior.
Husam Halman. #93, Junior.

Right Defensive End.
Metin Ozoguz. #92, Junior.
Eriz Balci. #91, Senior.

Defensive Tackle.
Ramazan Taner. #99, Senior.
Zaire Ferris. #95, Freshman. 6'6. Recruited from Eyrods, Chromatika. A run-stuffer who loves to maul people over, Zaire takes no prisoners.
Akanyang Oesi. #98, Junior. Recruited from Dodoma, Bunyoro, Banija.
Ali Abesalom. #96, Junior.

Strong Side Outside Linebacker.
Denker Kurtoglu. #45, Senior. Recruited from Suwawa, Moravica, Banija.
Kidane Getachew. #55, Junior. Recruited from Igulu, Hangaza, Banija.

Middle Linebacker.
Gorgu Erden. #56, Redshirt Senior. Graduate Transfer from Kizza I College. Captain.
Dawit Ali. #54, Freshman.
Onur Emin. #51, Sophomore.

Weak Side Outside Linebacker.
Mufit Ciller. #41, Junior.
Demirer Polat. #49, Junior.

Ozen Saltik. #2, Freshman.
Acunalp Boran. #22, Sophomore.
Abal Iyasu. #27, Freshman. Primary Nickel Back. Recruited from Jinja, Hangaza, Banija.
Mesut Korkmaz. #31, Sophomore.
Bayrak Kazak. #20, Freshman.
Bayar Topal. #39, Freshman.

Strong Safety.
Boke Ahmad. #29, Junior.
Atli Sasmaz. #26, Freshman.

Free Safety.
Adli Sadak. #19, Redshirt Freshman.
Merter Bereket. #36, Freshman.

Special Teams.

For clarity's sake- My backup center is the long snapper for both punts and field goals. My backup quarterback is the holder for field goals. My punter does kickoffs. Lastly, my kicker is my backup punter and my punter is my backup kicker, just in case you RP an injury to one.

Kick/Punt Returner.
Abal Iyasu. #27, Freshman. Recruited from Jinja, Hangaza, Banija.
Gencer Alkan. #19, Freshman.

Akyon Olmez. #3, Senior.

Ibrahim Ilkin. #9. Junior.

Head Coach: Oromo Wakeyo, a 51 year old Banijan, is in his 3rd season at the school. The school, of course, is officially affiliated with Twelver Islam, and he is a member of the faith- a rarity for someone in the Busoga Islands with no Busogan ancestry to speak of. But that's how it is. He, of course, helped the school dominate the incredibly weak BICSA(Busoga Islands Collegiate Sporting Association) competition, and was a big advocate for the move. He said that for the football team to survive, this would be exactly the type of challenge they'd need, against top tier competition.

He has an offensive coaching background. Most of his history as a coach, of course, is not from the college ranks, but from the professional. When he stopped being a running back, he coached for various teams in the Grdirion Football League of Banija, before becoming the Dukuma Dragons Offensive Coordinator for 3 seasons. After a coaching change there, he wanted to get to the college ranks. He brings a professional mindset- Instead of trying to get fancy and sling it out, they like to get back and use movement to confuse opposing defenses. While they do not use their fullback often, his West Coast offense emphasizes the use of tight ends, and they run all sorts of two tight end sets, bringing in truly massive tight ends that cause all sorts of matchup problems.

On defense, the 4-3 defense is highly aggressive. This season especially, he has a bunch of returning starters on the defensive side, plus the emerging blue chip talent from Chromatika at defensive tackle. He will try to protect his widly inexperienced secondary by bringing pressure, and lots of it. Now, of course, there is talent back there- but there isn't a single member of the secondary who has made a start at the collegiate level before. It will be interesting to see how they hold up.

Offensive Coordinator & Assistant Head Coach: Tamaydin Koc. 57 years old, first year as offensive coordinator.

Defensive Coordinator:Abir Sakir. 50 years old, first year as defensive coordinator.

Special Teams Coordinator: Barnabas Eyoab. 51 years old, third season as Special Teams Coordinator.

Weeks 1-10 Celestia Conference; Weeks 11-13 non-conference
Conference Play
Week 1: @ Northern Moravica(Banija)
Week 2: vs. Loyola-Istria(Banija)
Week 3: @ Willons Bolgano College(BOLGANO)
Week 4: @ Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria(Lisander)
Week 5: vs. Salamantic Universities(Ko-oren)
Week 6: vs. Northern Moravica(Banija)
Week 7: @ Loyola-Istria(Banija)
Week 8: vs. Willons Bolgano College(BOLGANO)
Week 9: vs. Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria(Lisander)
Week 10: @ Salamantic Universities(Ko-oren)
Non-Conference Play
Week 11: vs. Charleston University(Appalachian Nation)
Week 12: @ University of the Commonwealth of Baker Park(Baker Park)
Week 13: vs. Buckridge University(Hapilopper)

Retired numbers:
TBA- This will come later. Wanted to get a roster out before MD1.
Last edited by Busoga Islands on Tue Feb 18, 2020 4:46 pm, edited 1 time in total.

User avatar
Post Marshal
Posts: 17620
Founded: Mar 29, 2013
New York Times Democracy

Postby Ranoria » Tue Feb 18, 2020 4:51 pm

Ranorian College Football Class IV National Championship Game

4th Quarter, 7:53 remaining in the game

"Alright folks, here you have it! Down 28-19, It's now or never for Richardson University! A second interception from Cold Hill quarterback Deondre Rhine has put this Governors offense on the field at the opposing 33 yard line, and we should be expecting some fireworks! Chineze has been dominant all season long, with 37 touchdown passes coming into this one, but he's failed to notch a single score tonight. For those who are just tuning in, running backs Vice Jackson III and Kuenda Sello have hammered in a pair of scores, while kicker Nillman Johnson has gone 3/4 on kicks tonight, with two field goals and a missed PAT.

On the other side of things, Deondre Rhine may have turned the ball over twice, but he's also cleared 410 yards with four scores already. To say that he hasn't done his part would be nothing short of blasphemous."

That was all well and good, but Ifeatu Chineze hadn't come to Richardson University to hand the football off 30 times a game. He looked to the sideline, gesturing, in very obvious fashion, to take a shot for the end zone. His confidence had grown sky high this season, and he'd played well enough to warrant the trust that Richard Steinheil had placed in him. So, when he got the call, the Banijan native tightened the glove on his left hand, ready for the snap.

Of course, Calvin Hale delivered. Gabriel Haberkorn, Cold Hill's top corner, was average at best, and had been burned multiple times tonight already. One could say that this had been coming all game long. Richard Steinheil was notoriously wary of calling curls and comeback routes, and to call the latter in the end zone was bold, to say the least. But Hale ran right past Haberkorn, stopped at the very edge of the field, and turned back to the corner, snagging a ball that was perfectly placed and dragging his feet on the near corner of the end zone before falling out of bounds.

A crowd that was largely neutral went ballistic. The play would be going on Hale's draft highlight reel, this year or next, without a shadow of a doubt. He'd humiliated Haberkorn just before making a gorgeous play on the ball to get his team bacl into the game at 28-26.

As tight as the game was, though, the real storyline was Cold Hill head coach Chris Dale's suspension. Sexual misconduct allegations led to the university placing him on leave months prior, and he still hadn't returned. Without his steady head to level him out, star QB Deondre Rhine had been picked off a whopping 22 times, 24 including this championship game. He managed to avoid that on the following drive, answering, at least, with a field goal, but the momentum, now 31-26, was starting to shift, and Chineze had finally found his groove. The next drive took just four plays, all shots down field, three to Calvin Hale before big tight end Austin Jackson snatched the ball out of the air for a touchdown to finally take the lead with just two minutes and fifteen seconds left to play.

31-33 was the score as Deondre Rhine stepped up. 435 passing yards and four scores, he'd certainly done his part, but he wasn't done yet. He had two returning recievers from a season ago who had displayed freakish athleticism as freshman. And now, Dexter Slaughter and Rodney Blades took over.

Blades hauled in the first two catches, traversing 55 yards, before Dexter Slaughter turned on the Jets on a go route. Martin Summers, at corner for the Governors, was a sound assignment guy but most would be suprised if he ever ran a sub 4.5. So the 27 yard touchdown, leaving the game with one minute and one second, was almost expected. It had been a risk to blitz and go man coverage, and they'd paid the price for it. Deondre Rhine himself ripped off his helmet, flexing his free arm. He'd put on a historic performance, with 507 passing yards and 5 scores against just two picks, as well as an apparent walk off touchdown.

The Buffalo were now up, after he threw in a two point conversion, 39-33, with just one minute and one second remaining.

Chineze took the bait though. He knew he couldn't match the statistics that Rhine had thrown up tonight, but he planned on giving the media plenty to debate in terms of who was the better quarterback.

His first toss was a screen to Vice Jackson on an interesting play design that saw him and backup Kuenda Sello on the field at the same time. Both runners were right around the 240 pound mark, and Sello made full use of that size, blasting both a linebacker and a defensive back to help Jackson get out of bounds on a 27 yard scamper. Another screen, this one more uniform, saw him pick up 11. And with that, they were within striking distance. The last half of the fourth quarter had been wild, and Chineze made it even more insane when he dialed up Calvin Hale once more, this time in double coverage, not that it mattered.

The coverage was good, a bracket executed nearly to perfection, with Haberkorn watching underneath and playing aggressive while safety Zacharius Rosin, earner of 4 INTs this season, over the top. The ball had to be perfect, or it would have been a game ending interception. Of course, Chineze had never struggled with accuracy, or arm strength. As such, Hale caught the pass in stride, arms cupped in a basket, and almost didn't seem to realize he had the ball before barreling ahead, dragging his defenders seven yards on momentum and sheer willpower for a 58 yard touchdown.

Again, the crowd was jubilant over the excitement. 40-39, in a game that had been 28-19 just six and a half minutes ago, per the game clock, was unheard of. Their fervor only intensified when a bumbled return left Cold Hill with the ball at the one yard line.

Deondre Rhine, never one for a quiet scene, added to it with a 53 yard bomb to Rodney Blades to push his squad all the way to the 43 yard line. A field goal was still completely out of the question, but he was having a night to remember, even as he breathed heavily from a combination of nerves and excitement.

560 yards, five touchdown passes? He could go #1 overall tomorrow.

At least, until the next play. Going for it all as the clock expired, the quarterback dubbed 'Diamond' Rhine let it rip, and this time fate was not in his favor. He overshot his tight end, Dorian Brown-Clarke, by ten yards, and Richardson's free safety, Carter Coleman, capitalized. Two seconds remained on the clock when he picked off the final pass of the game, and by the time he sprinted towards the sideline, ball clutched tight, it was over.

Tomorrow, pundits would be questioning what could have been for a Cold Hill squad had Chris Dale not been suspended. But for tonight, Richardson University had taken their crown as the undisputed best team in the country.
Fan of football, the Murican kind.
I go by Ran. Unless, of course, you want to type out Ranoria. That's your decision.
♂♀Copy and Paste this in your sig if you know there are 2 genders and didn't fail biology♂♀
"I saw the angel of death waiting for me at the C gap." -My dude Pat
"They call it exotic smashmouth, there's nothing exotic about it. It's Derrick Henry behind Quinton Spain." -Jon Gruden
Lumi is my NS mom.
Check this one out if you're a football fan! NSFL Football
NSCF XX Champs

User avatar
Posts: 3658
Founded: Sep 03, 2007
Democratic Socialists

Postby Valanora » Tue Feb 18, 2020 7:37 pm

Mar Sara Tech Roster


Image Image

Image Image

Modifier: +3

Home Stadium: Lathalein Celestial Stadium (60,000)

Head Coach: Sander Ivarsson, age 44
Assistant: Muhammed Gunnarsson, age 48
Assistant: Thim Nilsson, age 45
Offensive Coordinator: Ture Holm, age 44
Defensive Coordinator: Roger Holmgren, age 50
Special Teams: Amadeus Håkansson, age 48

Base Offense: Ace(Single-back) Formation

12 QB Filip Gulbrandsen, age 20 JR
10 QB Julian Mårtensson, age 21 SR
17 QB Alan Mattsson, age 21 JR (RS)
20 RB Image Kiggwe Chasima, age 20 SO (RS)
27 RB Natanael Holmgren, age 21 SR
29 RB Arthur Tangen, age 20 SO (RS)
26 FB Hamza Eriksson, age 21 SR
33 FB Aksel Olsen, age 20 SO (RS)
42 TE Matheo Lundgren, age 21 JR (RS)
81 TE Image Kendall-Jimmy Asse-Asselin, age 21 SR
44 TE Lukas Midtbø, age 18 FR
87 TE Morris Bergqvist age 21 JR (RS)
11 WR Mateusz Svendsen, age 19 FR (RS)
15 WR Lukas Hellström, age 21 JR (RS)
88 WR Alfons Carlsson, age 21 SR

80 WR Romeo Sundström, age 21 JR (RS)
18 WR Sigurd Reiersen, age 18 FR
19 WR Ossian Gustafsson, age 21 SR
89 WR Mario Lindqvist, age 21 JR (RS)
76 LT Hektor Dahlberg, age 21 JR (RS)
79 LT Svante Öberg, age 21 SR
70 LG Joseph Lundström, age 21 SR

68 LG Seth Bergström, age 21 JR (RS)
60 C Edvin Björk, age 21 JR (RS)
63 C Dexter Lindgren, age 21 SR
69 C William Pedersen, age 20 SO (RS)
71 RG William Holm, age 21 JR (RS)
72 RG Yosef Söderström, age 21 SR
77 RT Alec Gustafsson, age 21 JR (RS)
75 RT Algot Nordström, age 21 SR

Base Defense: 4-2-5

62 LE Zack Gunnarsson, age 21 SR
61 LE Jon Sundström, age 22 SR (RS)
73 RE Jonatan Lundin, age 22 SR (RS)
92 RE Iver Phan, age 20 SO (RS)
90 DT Kristoffer Bye, age 20 SO (RS)
92 DT Sondre Hals, age 21 SR
96 DT Zebastian Lindström, age 21 SR
99 DT Felix Ek, age 21 SR

52 LOLB Joakim Løland, age 21 JR (RS)
54 LOLB Jordan Engström, age 21 SR
57 ROLB Dexter Dahlberg, age 22 SR (RS)
59 ROLB Gustav Lindberg, age 21 SR
50 MLB Mario Lindström, age 21 SR
51 MLB Mikkel Moe, age 18 FR
58 MLB Lucas Mjøs, age 19 FR (RS)
55 MLB Carl-Johan Hansson, age 21 SR
23 CB Tobias Jakobsen, age 21 JR (RS)
24 CB Birk Teige, age 20 JR

37 CB Jeppe Skog, age 19 SO
34 CB Malte Axelsson, age 21 SR
44 CB Teo Myhre, age 20 SO (RS)
47 CB Aldin Hedlund, age 22 SR (RS)
49 CB Matias Amundsen, age 20 SO (RS)
41 FS Andreas Johansen, age 22 SR (RS)
46 FS Hannes Sundberg, age 21 SR
32 SS Noel Löfgren, age 21 SR

30 SS Casper Hanssen, age 19 FR (RS)

3 P Harald Lindqvist, age 22 SR (RS)
7 K Ulrik Bakke, age 19 SO

KOS: Harald Lindqvist
LS: Edvin Björk
KR: Romeo Sundström & Lukas Hellström
PR: Romeo Sundström

Raynor University Roster


Image Image

Image Image

Modifier: +5

Home Stadium: Vahalla Falls (54,000)

Head Coach: Andy Magnusson, age 41
Assistant: Tim Sandström, age 54
Assistant: Holger Hedlund, age 46
Offense: Justin Axelsson, age 41
Defense: Rufus Carlsson, age 48
Special Teams: Manuel Jakobsson, age 41

Base Offense: Normal Shotgun

8 QB Martin Iqbal, age 22 SR (RS)
10 QB Albin Johnsson, age 22 SR (RS)
7 QB Håkon Schau, age 19 FR (RS)
20 RB Petter Sandström, age 21 SR
24 RB Aleksander Aas, age 20 JR
21 RB Leandro Gustavsson, age 22 SR (RS)
40 FB Noah Nilsen, age 20 JR
42 FB Abel Sundberg, age 21 SR
18 WR Emil Gundersen, age 19 FR (RS)
16 WR Wilgot Ekström, age 21 SR
81 WR Victor Abrahamsen, age 20 JR

82 WR Didrik Thu, age 19 SO
84 WR Image Chinweuba Jelan, age 20 SO (RS)
80 WR Max Simensen, age 18 FR
88 WR Petter Eklund, age 21 SR
85 TE Thomas Ström, age 21 SR
86 TE Kasper Aksnes, age 21 JR (RS)
87 TE Sigge Wallin, age 22 SR (RS)
50 LT Abdirahman Holmberg, age 22 SR (RS)

52 LT Devin Lindberg, age 21 SR
51 LG Brede Larsen, age 19 SO
53 LG Fredric Sundberg, age 21 SR
55 C Elias Fredheim, age 18 FR
56 C Edward Nyström, age 21 SR
49 C Oliver Nordbø, age 21 JR (RS)
57 RG Kristoffer Sandberg, age 21 SR
58 RG Håvard Olsen, age 19 FR (RS)
48 RT Johannes Lian, age 21 SR
59 RT Alfred Haukås, age 18 FR

Base Formation: Dime

61 LE Jon Martinsen, age 19 FR (RS)
60 LE Karl Ström, age 21 SR
99 DT Michel Eklund, age 21 SR

98 DT Noah Haavik, age 19 SO
97 DT Noah Bakken, age 19 FR (RS)
93 DT Billy Björklund, age 22 SR (RS)
62 RE Matteus Lindberg, age 21 SR

64 RE Lucas Johnsen, age 19 SO
41 ROLB David Iversen, age 18 FR
42 ROLB Aaron Dahl, age 21 SR
45 MLB Jonathan Sætre, age 19 FR (RS)
46 MLB Nikola Bergqvist, age 21 SR
48 LOLB Viktor Strömberg, age 21 SR
44 LOLB Axel Løchen, age 20 SO (RS)
30 CB Oscar Berge, age 18 FR
31 CB Dante Bergström, age 21 SR
33 CB Brage Hansen, age 18 FR
32 CB Mathias Johannessen, age 19 SO
35 CB Adrian Sandnes, age 19 FR (RS)
36 CB Aleksander Welde, age 18 FR
39 CB Tom Nyberg, age 21 SR
38 CB Agust Blomqvist, age 21 SR

37 CB Edvard Johansen, age 19 SO
40 FS Olof Sundström, age 21 SR
47 FS Elias Nevland, age 19 FR (RS)
45 FS Oliver Nilsen, age 22 SR (RS)
43 SS Arvid Söderström, age 21 SR
49 SS Anton Holt, age 21 JR (RS)

90 P Gabriel Ibrahim, age 20 JR
99 K Kristoffer Nyberg, age 21 SR

KOS: Kristoffer Nyberg
LS: Edward Nyström
KR: Petter Sandström & Arvid Söderström
PR: Arvid Söderström
Last edited by Valanora on Tue Feb 18, 2020 11:34 pm, edited 1 time in total.
World Cup 40, 42, 43, 52, & 61 Champions
WC 47, 51 (2nd), WC 34, 38, 39, 41, 44, 45, 53, 60, 67 (3rd), WC 49, 58 (Semifinalist), WC 33, 35-37, 46, 48, 54, 55, 62, 63, 65, 72, 83 (Quarterfinalist)
WCoH VII, VIII, XVII, XXVIII, XXX, XXXII (1st), WCoH I, XXXI (2nd), WCoH II, XXIX (3rd), WCoH XII (4th)
AOCAF 44, 46, 51, & 53 Champions, AOCAF 39 & 43 Runners Up
Co-Hosted: too many events to count

EPL Season 20,073

I am that which I am and choose to be.
AO4Life ~ AO is The Place

User avatar
Terre Septentrionale
Posts: 266
Founded: May 31, 2019
New York Times Democracy

Postby Terre Septentrionale » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:23 pm


Patriotes de la Catherine du Nord

Country Name: République laïque de Terre Septentrionale
Country Trigramme: RTS
College Name: Université de la Catherine du Nord
Team Nickname: Patriotes
Location: Prévost, Canton de Catherine du Nord, Terre Septentrionale
Home Stadium (Capacity): Stade Louis-Philip Bobineau (46,500)
Team colors: Orange, green and white
2025 Enrollment: 18,291
Style of play: -1


Matchday 1: The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy Terrans (Space) vs Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes
Matchday 2: Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes vs University of the Commonwealth Warriors (Baker Park)
Matchday 3: Temiscouata Tech Patriotes (Jaspec) vs Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes
Matchday 4: Tomure National University Flying Goats (Tomure) vs Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes
Matchday 5: Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes vs The Academy of Space Astronauts (Space)
Matchday 6: Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes vs The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy Terrans (Space)
matchday 7: University of the Commonwealth Warriors (Baker Park) vs Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes
Matchday 8: Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes vs Temiscouata Tech Patriotes (Jaspec)
Matchday 9: Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes vs Tomure National University Flying Goats (Tomure)
Matchday 10: The Academy of Space Astronauts (Space) vs Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes

Matchday 11:
Matchday 12: Université de la Catherine du Nord Patriotes vs Salamantic Universities Professors (Ko-oren)
Matchday 13:

Coaching Staff

Head Coach		        Jean-Claude Galipeau	53
Offensive Coordinator Mélanie Berthiaume 46
Defensive Coordinator Guy Lalumière 58
Special Teams Coordinator Nancy Truchon-Rochon 49

Quarterback Coach Donald Bullfrog 51
Running Back Coach Gilles Hurteau 55
Recievers Coach Françoise Dauphinais 54
Offensive Line Coach Serge Castilloux 50

Defensive Line Coach Mario Sicotte 47
Linebackers Coach Patrice McBride 42
Defensive Backs Coach Sonia Painchaud 57

Note: Players are drafted by professional teams at the age of 20 but they can stay in college for one or two more seasons.

Starting Offense

QB	10	Nicolas Lamontagne	18	Île aux Ours, CN	        Freshman
HB 7 Catherine Desjardins-Fleury 19 L'Île-aux-Chiens, PA Sophomore
FB 48 Jérôme Fortin 20 Prévost, CN Junior
WR 3 Xavier Lamothe-Ortega 19 Oujé-Bougoumou, CN Sophomore
WR 15 Érika Barrette 20 Sainte-Émilie, CN Junior
TE 14 Raphaëlle Poirier 21 Villebois, CN Senior
LT 77 Tristan Leprohon 18 Saint-Alphonse-Rodriguez, CN Freshman
LG 79 Christophe Alain 21 Sainte-Geneviève, CN Senior
C 57 Victor Masson 20 Lac-Alain, CH Junior
RG 78 Jérôme Carreau 20 Prévost, CN Junior
RT 75 Geneviève Cousineau 20 Prévost, CN Junior

Starting Defense

LE	41	Marc-Antoine Laforest	21	Sainte-Émilie, CN	        Senior
RE 88 Zakary Prieur 20 Pointe-Calumet, CN Junior
DT 96 Brandon Dupuis 19 Prévost, CN Sophomore
DT 44 Olivier Carmichael 18 Ville Jacques-Cartier, DC Freshman
SLB 5 Świętosław Wojtkowski 18 Krzyszkowice, KZ Freshman
MLB 11 Charles-Antoine Fafard 19 Saint-Ours, MT Sophomore
WLB 33 Nicolas Decelles 20 Saint-Lin, CN Junior
LCB 4 Gabriel Desruisseaux 19 Val-des-Lacs, CN Sophomore
RCB 19 Francis Lachance 20 Waskaganish T.I., CN Junior
FS 25 Frédérique Nadeau 18 Baie-des-Chaloupes, CN Freshman
SS 2 Władysław Roszkowski 18 Niedzwiedzica, MA Freshman

Special Teams

K	95	Nathan Imbeault	        20	Prévost, CN	                Junior
P 36 Francis Gasse 19 Sainte-Rose-du-Nord, CN Sophomore
KR/PR 8 Marianna Ramírez 18 Ville Jacques-Cartier, DC Freshman

Depth Players

QB	13	Pierre-Luc Pedneault	20	Oujé-Bougoumou, CN	        Junior
HB 16 Pascal Di Giacomo 18 Portneuf-sur-Mer, CH Freshman
HB 22 William Coulombe 20 Prévost, CN Junior
WR 9 Anne-Sophie Brisebois 19 Saint-Jean-Baptiste, CH Sophomore
WR 8 Marianna Ramírez 18 Ville Jacques-Cartier, DC Freshman
G 54 Maxime Brissette 19 Saint-Barnabé, CN Sophomore
T 55 Sébastien Gauthier 21 Prévost, CN Senior

WLB	35	Steven Dagenais	        21	Saint-Jacques, CN	        Senior
CB 6 Charles-Antoine Juneau 19 Notre-Dame-du-Nord, CN Sophomore
CB 17 Samuel Marchand 20 Champlain, CN Junior

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: Yes
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes (I'll choose the severity)
Godmod Injuries to my Players: No
Suspend my players: Yes
Godmod suspension events: Yes
Godmod Other Events: Yes
Nation name: République de Terre Septentrionale | Trigramme: RTS | Capital: Ville Jacques-Cartier | Maps

Ranks: Hockey: 20th | American Football: 24th | Baseball: 29th | Association Football: 42nd | Rugby Union: 42nd

Runner Up: Cup of Harmony 76
3rd Place:
4th Place:

User avatar
Commonwealth of Baker Park
Posts: 1009
Founded: Jan 10, 2018
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:43 pm

NSCF makes a return to Gleason
by Aaron Hardison
UC Correspondent for The Times

The University of the Commonwealth football team will open up play for NSCF XXI at home against Temiscouata Tech hoping to get off to a fast start ahead of the games against University of Space and the Terrestrial Acclimatization Academy, who dealt UC their only two conference losses during the last season.

The Warriors enter this fourth season in the Mineral Conference with a perfect 15-0 record at Gleason Field against league opposition. Like this opener, most games that have occurred during the three previous editions of NSCF have been early evening or night time kickoffs, which some feel has been a factor in the impressive streak; the rarity of night home games during the UAC season adds more credence to the theory that the atmosphere and crowd involvement provides a more hostile environment than it does to regular domestic opponents.

The UC offense, which was inconsistent through much of last year's 7-5 Metro campaign, will look to improve behind the same group of skill position players that were the opening day starters against Northern Baker Park, but only played together again in two other games due to various injuries. RB Charles Lamar missed 4 starts with ankle problems, his backfield partner CJ Pickrom missed the final 7 games following a separated shoulder and WR Hunter Coleman missed 5 games in the middle of the year with a strained quadriceps muscle.
QB Christopher Fox missed one start after a concussion, leaving only WR Lamin Kah as the sole member of the group not to miss time due to injury. The Banijan junior once again terrorized the defensive backs of the UAC in spite of lacking for help, averaging 133 ypg to lead the country. The one benefit of all of missed starts was that several backups got snaps that helped them to make improved over the course of the 12 game slate.

The line was also a bit banged up, but the combo of C Charles Hinton, G Brian Kiley and James Allison, and T Jack Kramer and Zach Sharp was the unit that solidified by year's end.

On defense, UC had a host of issues that revolved around slowing down opponents running games. Both ends, Juan Felix-Ramirez and Austin Main, were frequently benched in favor of Saquon Gaylord and Mark Woods, while tackles Kyle Julich, Davon Hill and Demond Hutchinson had on-again, off-again spells of decent play.

The linebacking corps did as well as possible under the circumstances; Brett Luchesne and Darrick Green on the outside and 1st Team All-Star Willie Jordan alongside Noah Wetzel in the middle, were forced to make a lot of tackles. In the secondary, Jordan Bailey and Xavier Johnson had excellent seasons playing corner, while Keyshawn Hailey and Daniel Burton sometimes didn't seem to be on the same page as their outside mates.

Lucas McGuire made 14-18 on FG's although his longest was only 49 yards, while Anthony Frazier was All Metro Conference and 3rd in the nation on net punting with 39.5 yards per kick.
Soccer--2x Under-18 World Cup (SWC 5&9) Champions
Baptism of Fire 67 Runner-Up
AOCAF LVIII Third Place (co-hosts)
World Cup 84 Co-hosts
World Cup 81/82/83/84 Round of 16
World Cup 80 Group Stage
Football--NSCF 18 Mineral Conference Champions
playoff quarterfinalist
NSCF 19 & 20 Mineral Conference Champions

User avatar
Posts: 1383
Founded: Feb 09, 2013
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Lisander » Wed Feb 19, 2020 3:36 pm


More info ASAP.
Last edited by Lisander on Thu Feb 20, 2020 5:35 pm, edited 3 times in total.
Map, Rankings and Sportswire
NS stats apply, because it makes no sense not to

User avatar
La Montevideo
Posts: 18
Founded: Jun 29, 2019
Left-Leaning College State

Postby La Montevideo » Wed Feb 19, 2020 6:42 pm

Country Name: La Montevideo
Country Trigramme: LMO
College Name: New Córdoba College
Team Nickname: The Conquistadors
Home Stadium (Capacity): Torqué Mármená Arena (42000)
Style of play: +5
Kits; Home: White & Blue Checker Pattern (note: all kits have a checker pattern), Away: Blue & Yellow, Alt: Yellow & White.
If Anyone Would Like To Make A Roster For Me, That Would Be Nice (Only 1 Rule, Make All The Names Sound Spanish.)

User avatar
Posts: 2172
Founded: Mar 06, 2015
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Banija » Thu Feb 20, 2020 3:48 pm

Hey guys, I'm gonna try a new RPing style for a couple of games. Let me know if you like it! I should also say, all opinions expressed are strictly in-character, so don't take offense if this guy goes after your school and/or country(you can take offense, if you want, on an in-character level however). Best of luck!

The Coulibaly Corner: Your onestop shop for everything NSCF!

Hey guys! Welcome to my corner of the internet- the Coulibaly Corner. Who am I, you ask? Why are you here? Well, I'll introduce myself. I am Ousman Coulibaly. And I, of course, am a professional sportswriter. Now, I do know what I'm doing. I used to work at the All-Banija Sports Magazine, for a number of years, but I mostly wrote about the Banijan Soccer League. But now? I decided to go in it for myself. Go out and venture on my own! Don't have to listen to the man anymore. I set my own alarm clock! But yea, welcome to my corner of the internet. This is my sports blog. And I get to write about my favorite sport, the best sport- college football. Even if my alma mater is terrible(U of Moravica for life baby!) College football is the greatest sport ever invented, and anyone who disagrees is either A. Boring, B. Wrong, or C. Both. This corner of the internet is for college football lovers. But while the BCSG is going on, this blog certainly is not about the BCSG, though we'll talk about it whenever necessary. This blog is about the NSCF. The true top competition of college football. Where 2 Banijan Schools, plus the Islamic University, are now competing in.

Loyola-Istria and Northern Moravica Previews

Let's dive right in! Week 1 is coming up. And it's about previews. Now, of course, I could pore through the depth chart- but that'd be boring. Now, of course, I'm going to be critical. I'm a proud alumnus of the University of Moravica. We're not the greatest gridiron school- but we're pretty freaking good at basketball. If you ask me, the kid from the rural University of Moravica, how I felt about our region's big city schools, I'm sure you wouldn't be surprised to hear that I don't like both of them. I dislike Northern slightly more, as we're both public schools, but eh, it is what it is. Let's talk about Loyola-Istria first. They've lost semifinals at home in the last two years, one against their hated rivals, Northern Moravica University, who were the eventual champions, and the other against Cold Hill University, who were also the eventual champions. Let's talk about this. The road to a NSCF title goes through Loyola-Istria. Don't believe me? Let's take the last 5 seasons they were in NSCF. NSCF 14? They won it. NSCF 17? They won it again. NSCF 18? They lost the championship game to Mar Sara Tech. NSCF 19? They lost the semifinal to the eventual champs, NMU. NSCF 20? They lost the semifinal to the eventual champs, Cold Hill. There's no way around it. The road to a NSCF title goes through Loyola-Istria. And it'll go through them again, as they won the Celestia last season and are the #1 overall team headed into this season.

Now, they've got to replace players. After having the one year transfer last year almost lead them back to the promised land, they're getting young at quarterback again. They've got some blue chip talent in there, and right now, it looks like Amazu Chibuzo, the former five star recruit, the third year sophomore, has won the job out of camp. Their inexperience at the position can't be understated- none of their three quarterbacks have ever thrown a pass at the college level before. But Chibuzo has the arm talent. Loyola-Istria has always wanted to spread it out and attack teams downfield, and they are going to do so this year with Chibuzo. With Chibuzo, they have a potential three year starter on their hands. He's got a big arm, and he has the legs. This is top tier college football- the next guy up always has talent, and that's true for Chibuzo. But Alanso Isa isn't married to him- I imagine that if he needs to, he would feel free to pull the plug, in a way he wasn't able to his first two years as the head coach. There are weapons all around him. There are 3 senior receivers, as well as Khalil Hauptmann. There are 9 upperclassmen starters on offense for the Blue Thunder, and Chibuzo is one of them- the other being Khalil Hauptmann. This offense will certainly be entertaining. But the schedule will not be forgiving, though we'll get to that later.

Next, of course, Northern Moravica. They've had the better of the run out of the two coastal schools recently. Back to back appearances in the NSCF championship game, beating Loyola-Istria at the Istria Lightning Yard in NSCF 19. They're clearly the better of the two Moravican schools right now(though tell that to a Loyola fan and see how they react). They've got to do what Loyola-Istria had to do last season- replace an all-time great talent. Chae Heung-Kim was a three year starter at quarterback, and boy, the Quebecois quarterback did all kinds of things. He is, as of the beginning of this season, the only Northern quarterback to win a playoff game in the NSCF. Came in as a starter, as a freshman, and immediately was making a difference. They brought in Lance Kabuye and a new offensive coordinator to redesign the entire offense around him. They did the most non-Norther thing ever- run an air raid. And he delivered Northern fans what they desperately wanted, especially after Loyola-Istria started winning them- he brought them a NSCF trophy.

Now they've got to replace the superstar quarterback. They had, by all accounts, an extremely close quarterback competition. All the way through Spring, and then through fall camp, Lance Kabuye refused to name a starter. But the first depth chart has been released, and Mokti Dikot, the former 5 star recruit, is listed atop the depth chart. But everything's changing at Northern- they're going more for a more traditional offense, despite their success with Chae Heung-Kim. "Kim was such a special talent, we had to design the offense around him." Kabuye said. "But Northern has always had a strong, power running game, and we have the personnel to do that this year. Let's go back to a more traditional offense." And they certainly will. While they are being more tight lipped about it, they are looking to line up under center much more often, and even line up in the pistol quite a bit. Dikot really has the legs, and 4 of 5 members of the offensive line are returning starters. Look for them to try and dominate opponents at the line of scrimmage when they get started.

Rest of the Celestia

This is shaping up to be the strongest Celestia Conference we've had since Banijan schools have joined the NSCF. Of course, in NSCF 12, Northern Moravica won the Celestia in their first season, and never looked back- Banijan schools have won the conference every season we've competed in it. That's 7 conference titles for Northern(5) and Loyola-Istria(2) in that time-span. But now, that record is under some serious threat. Of course, there is the return of the Salamantic Universities. Not since the Vietussia Academy blew it in NSCF 14 has there been such a threat to end the Banijan duopoly. And that starts with the Salamantic Universities. They had a strong season last season, only falling to the Banijan schools. But they've geared up, and are going to come back. They've got a ferocious defense- one that the Northern teams of old would be jealous of. They're some sort of a coalition of universities, rather than a single school- but they gave us a run for our money last time.

Then, of course, you got Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria, out of Lisander. Led by the Rozan brothers at quarterback, they're the defending national champions of Lisander. A very left-wing school, and an old school, it is steeped with tradition and talent. They look likely to give the Banijan schools at least some quality games. And last, but not least, the Islamic University. Who would have thought this would happen? Absolutely wild. They got rid of college football as a sport on the Busoga ISlands because the Islamic University was so dominant, and so they decided to go to this competition. Of course, I don't like the Islamic U- I'm from Moravica, right? They'll see that dominating the collegiate scene on the Busoga Islands doesn't mean anything when they get to the true big boys of college football competition, the NSCF. Willons Bolgano College seems destined for a last place finish, though the Lions of the South might be the coolest nickname in the Celestia.


Both Northern and Loyola-Istria have interesting schedules. Northern Moravica is going to start off fast. They are immediately given a test to start off, playing host to none other than old rivals, the Islamic University of Busoga. We'll see what kind of fireworks we have for that game. There is a great history of Islamic U v. Northern battles, as the schools often competed in non-conference play in the Banijan Collegiate Sports Group, when both schools were members. The Islamic University is certainly going to be in for a ride, seeing exactly how much their football quality has fallen and seeing how much Northern Moravica's has risen since we joined the NSCF. It will be Week 4 and week 9 when the North v. South Showdown occurs, as Northern will host Loyola in Week 4 and the Blue Thunder will host the Herzegovina City side in Week 9, the penultimate game of the conference season. Of course, fans want that game to be the end of conference play, but schools probably want to avoid that, and as long as that's true, it won't happen.

Northern has an interesting non-conference schedule. They have played the University of the Commonwealth the past few years, though the schools this year decided to take a break from the series. Horace Browning, the athletic director, said the schools were committed to future matchups, although one would not happen this season(in the regular season, at least). Of course, these non-conference matchups are crucial- if you don't win your conference, you'll have to earn your way into the playoffs either via the rankings, or by impressing the committee. They'll pay a visit to Sadeg State in Week 11, then host Temiscouata Tech out of Jaspec in Week 12, and finally, play Saguenay in Week 13 on Senior Night. It is an intriguing non-conference slate. They've always been aggressive scheduling non-conference, and this season is no different.

Loyola-Istria has an interesting schedule as well. Fortunately for them, they'll get a game to break in their new quarterback against Willons Bolgano College, at home. But then, the schedule will only get tougher from there. They'll have to pay a visit to the Islamic University, as the competition's only Shia University plays against the competition's only Mormon University in a rivalry that used to be called the Crusader's Fight. While that name isn't official anymore for obvious reasons, fans tend to refer to the rivalry by its traditional name. It's always fun when the two meet, and for Loyola to be the first NSCF opponent for the Islamic University will be quite fun.

Loyola-Istria will have an interesting schedule as well. You can't rip their scheduling choices this year, though you could in most years. They will host the Cenesis Naval Academy in Week 11, out of Abanhfleft. A perennial playoff team, the Naval Academy usually doesn't play non-conference games, so this was a coup for Loyola-Istria's administrators. Then, of course, Mar Sara Tech. This will be the first time the two schools have played since the NSCF 18 title game, when Loyola-Istria was gunning for back-to-back NSCF titles at the Stadium of the Restoration, and Mar Sara Tech pulled off the upset. That will certainly be an exciting game. And, of course, the traditional last game of the season- the fifth edition of the Rebel's Cannon Bowl, in what has arguably become the premier non-conference rivalry of the NSCF. The home team has won thrillers each of the first four editions of this rivalry- who will win the fifth?

IT'll be a fun as hell season. Get your barbecues ready, get ready to listen to the band, and let's play some football!

Coulibay Top 7

I'll rank my own Top 7. Why not? There won't be much explanation this week as nobody's seen anybody play, but I'll talk more next week. And why 7? Who's gonna stop me, right?

#1- Cold Hill University(Ranoria, Big 8)- Defending champions who are returning their starting quarterback, who lost 30 pounds in the offseason. This team also beat Loyola at the Istria Lightning Yard in the semifinals last year, before beating Northern Moravica 26-0 in the NSCF Championship Game. That's an easy #1, and it's not even close.

#2- University of Loyola-Istria(Banija, Celestia)- Defending Conference champions. They're replacing their quarterback, but they've got an experienced roster almost everywhere else, especially on offense. They'll be fine.

#3- Richardson University(Ranoria, Big 8)- Returning a whole bunch of talent, and Chineze had a breakout year in Ranoria domestically. They're like Northern- have been around for quite a while, and watched their domestic rivals win a NSCF title. They've probably got the most push out of anyone in the NSCF to triumph this year?

#4- Northern Moravica University(Banija, Celestia)- Defending runner-ups. But why re-do the whole offense? That seems like questionable decision-making by Lance Kabuye. But he's won a title, so maybe give him the benefit of the doubt, but we'll see if they can switch to a ground and pound offense this year.

#5- Université du Saguenay(Royal Kingdom of Quebec, Woodlands)- This is a loaded, experience roster. Saguenay expects excellence, and they are a team that many believe could scale that mountain and earn a NSCF trophy this year. Junior quarterback Ian Lautner is the betting favorite for NSCF Most Outstanding Player this year, though of course it is extremely early to place those kinds of bets.

#6- University of the Commonwealth(Baker Park, Mineral)- They're three-time defending Mineral Conference champions. They know what they are doing- they've always been excellent and consistent. But they haven't been able to make that late playoff push yet. Is this the year they do so?

#7- Salamantic Universities(Ko-oren, Celestia)- That gives us 3 top 7 schools from the same conference! But the Salamantic Universities, even if not an actual university(who allowed this to happen?). But they got the defense, and even last year, they knocked off Northern Moravica in Herzegovina City. They'll be prepared this year to try and get that conference crown.
Last edited by Banija on Thu Feb 20, 2020 3:48 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reigning champions of the World Baseball Classic and the Di Bradini Cup. Vice President of the World Baseball Council.
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports
NSCF 14 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 17 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 19 CHAMPIONS(Northern Moravica)
Sporting World Cup 8. World Baseball Classic 47. Di Bradini Cup 47. National Trophy Cabinet.
Does your country need public transit? Contact the RTC!
Want your country's unions to be represented internationally? Join the UAW!

User avatar
Posts: 3658
Founded: Sep 03, 2007
Democratic Socialists

Postby Valanora » Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:02 pm

Valanora Times
Way Too Early Top 5 NSCF Edition

5 - Mar Sara Tech
Listen, we get it, it is easy to call this pick homerism or being biased towards the domestic college to get a spot in the list, yet we assure you that the Raiders absolutely deserve their spot in the top five. Consider that the Raiders won the title three years ago with nothing but freshman in their offensive unit and only a select few upper classmen in the defense. Yes it was a bit of an upset win that the Raiders pulled off in NSCF 18, yet their names are etched into the trophy and history books for having lifted that title. With a squad now that has played together for three years, even with Vanorian universities missing out on the 19th edition and Mar Sara unable to defend their crown, you have to believe that the Raiders will be fighting for a conference title and a darkhorse of a title contender as well, especially with the veteran leadership that now occupies the squad at the key positions. Look for Asse-Asselin to be the cornerstone of the offense while Kiggwe Chasima will be utilized in the "Lone Ranger" formation taking direct snaps or even out wide as receiver to utilize that world class speed.

4 - Cold Hill University
That being said, if the Raiders are going to win the Big Eight conference, they will have the Rockets of Raynor University to worry about but also those pesky schools from Ranoria who have historically dominated the conference. Cold Hill is on the eye test the weaker of these two schools that look to stand as the biggest threats to the Raiders chances at a conference title, though that could be fond memories of how the Raiders dominated them in their playoff game three years prior. Regular season games have often been close, low scoring affairs with Cold Hill having something of a staunch defense in the past, making them more difficult to overcome than in theory than teams that try to outgun either Tech or Raynor. Cold Hill will be looking to reassert their spot as either the best or second best team in the conference and will be more than happy to stand in the way of Tech or Raynor if either squad can get the momentum going to seriously challenge for the conference title. Cold Hill naturally will be assuming that a spot in the playoffs is there for them to take and have enough tools on both sides of the ball to back up that claim, as well as being the current title holders.

3 - Richardson University
The other school from Ranoria and a third member of the Big Eight that makes this list, though the title pedigree in the conference is quite strong with both Mar Sara Tech and Cold Hill having lifted the trophy in the last four years, while Richardson itself finished as the runners up in the nineteenth edition. Most would switch around Cold Hill and Richardson or even have Cold Hill as the number one, having just won the trophy a few months before, but here in the Empire we think that Richardson is the better program overall. Yes current success is in Cold Hill's favor but Richardson just evokes memories of dominance in all assets of the game and how Ranorian schools burst onto the scene and were taking names from the word go. Like the other two schools from the conference in this list, they are going to have a tough time in conference play with their being four strong schools in the conference and all with dreams of lifting that title winner trophy at the end of the tournament. A spectacular sophmore season from Kuenda Sello could be the difference in them taking their fourth conference championship or seeing their rivals edge them out.

2 - Sadeg State
The Skyhawks have crafted them out a dynasty in the Horizon conference, having found a way to topple the Cosumarite hegemony that had reigned supreme in that conference for some time. If there is a team that Tech or Raynor don't want to face in the playoffs, it is Sadeg, as they are a complete package of a team and have made Drawkland proud with the way they have performed at the various collegiate events through the years. It is perhaps by mere reputation than the talent currently on the squad that they find themselves this high in the list, but with what appears to be a rather weak conference that should not be difficult for them to navigate, their appearance in the playoffs seems all but assured. From there, stranger things have happened, and the legend of the Skyhawks rise to prominence has some of those memorable moments that could be replicated once more this year. Nevermind the fact that they are seen as one of Tech's biggest rivals and their annual rivalry game taking place within the Empire this year, it may be a preview of a potential title game if both have the seasons they are expected to.

1 - Loyola University
Loyola-Istria, known officially as Loyola or by their moniker of the Blue Thunder is probably the premier gridiron university to go to in Atlantian Oceania, which is a big statement considering some of the great universities that are in the region with a history of success in gridiron both at a collegiate and a professional level. Banija is a hotbed of amazing talent and between Northern Moravica and Loyola, they get their pick of some of the best players in the game right in their own back yard, with enough talent for teams like Tech and Cold Hill to have four star recruits on their own roster from Banija. A bit of instability in Moravica in the last few years has left Loyola as the singular crown jewel in the Banija crown but can they live up to that expectation and hype? Betting houses have Loyola as the odds on favorite to win the title in NSCF XXI and they have all the talent to do it in all three phases of the game, the question will be one of mental fortitude and if they can steel themselves enough over the marathon of the season and the pitfall of the playoffs to make good on their loaded roster full of amazing talent.
World Cup 40, 42, 43, 52, & 61 Champions
WC 47, 51 (2nd), WC 34, 38, 39, 41, 44, 45, 53, 60, 67 (3rd), WC 49, 58 (Semifinalist), WC 33, 35-37, 46, 48, 54, 55, 62, 63, 65, 72, 83 (Quarterfinalist)
WCoH VII, VIII, XVII, XXVIII, XXX, XXXII (1st), WCoH I, XXXI (2nd), WCoH II, XXIX (3rd), WCoH XII (4th)
AOCAF 44, 46, 51, & 53 Champions, AOCAF 39 & 43 Runners Up
Co-Hosted: too many events to count

EPL Season 20,073

I am that which I am and choose to be.
AO4Life ~ AO is The Place

User avatar
Posts: 3361
Founded: Aug 27, 2013
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

I should RP this time

Postby Drawkland » Thu Feb 20, 2020 8:07 pm


Name: Sadeg State University
Nickname: Skyhawks
Colors: Gold and Navy
Denonym: Drawkian
FIFTH Season, Ranked 8th
Stadium: Skyhawks' Gridiron Park
Capacity: 95,500
Head Coach: Brand Manlio
Assistant Coaches & Coordinators:
[O] Art Beckham
[D] Jarrett Schwartz
[ST] Joshua Redding




PS ## Name Year
QB 8 Toby McKinley Senior
QB 1 Nick Parks Freshman

HB 29 Cainen Ivers Junior
HB 27 Raymond Morgan Freshman
FB 48 Rigby Germain Senior
FB 44 Tom Adams Freshman

WR 12 Grady Ibbot Senior
WR 10 Jesse Ladley Senior
WR 88 Gil Perez Junior
WR 11 Abram Navis Sophomore
WR 17 Brandon Brown Freshman
WR 85 Tyrelle Patternson Freshman
TE 81 Clarence Nelson Senior
TE 87 Jay Gibson Freshman
TE 89 Gregory Seymour Junior

C 50 Blake Tyson Junior
C 51 Alphonso Lloyd Sophomore
C 55 Brennan Palumbo Freshman
G 69 Virgil Viteri Senior
G 66 Ernst Duff Junior
G 64 Rafa Vince Freshman
T 77 Emmett Oswin Junior
T 70 Sammy Glover Sophomore


PS ## Name Year
DT 92 Denis Lope Senior
DT 99 Blake Allan Junior
DT 95 Spike Hathaway Sophomore
DT 75 Windsor Hathaway Freshman
DE 90 Bruce Barr Sophomore
DE 91 Mike Mikari Freshman

OLB 54 Arthur Graves Senior
OLB 43 Eli Steward Junior
OLB 40 Godfrey Bonner Freshman
OLB 41 Chris Boyd Freshman
ILB 42 Chris Crusan Senior
ILB 45 Eric Coiro Senior
ILB 59 Achilles McCormick Junior
ILB 52 Nico Michaels Freshman

CB 35 Ridley Hamm Senior
CB 39 Ralph Goddard Senior
CB 24 Nolan Hall Junior
CB 36 Paul Gore Sophomore
CB 21 Connor Ryan Junior
CB 33 Samson Abel Freshman

S 34 Ingram Salamansa Senior
S 31 Jamison Pound Junior
S 32 Johnny McCray Sophomore
S 23 Clifton Monroe Freshman


PS ## Name Year
C 50 Blake Tyson *
C 51 Alphonso Lloyd *

PR 20 Nico Rigi *
PR 11 Abram Navis *
KR 0 Ross Titus +Senior
KR 23 Clifton Monroe *

K 2 Logan Hull Junior
P 4 Fion Palmer Freshman

H 8 Toby McKinley *

* Denotes player is listed elsewhere in the roster
+ Drawkian culture requires that most students study for 5 years for an average bachelor's degree.
Thus, players have up to 5 years of eligibility. 5th year players are denoted as "+Senior".

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes.
Choose Scoring Events: Yes.
Godmod Scoring Events: Yes.
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes.
Godmod Injuries to my Players: Non-career ending, TG is appreciated.
Godmod Other Events: Yes.
Honestly, just don't destroy my organization. Have fun making a funny or quirky game occur. I will certainly enjoy anything you throw my way.
Style Modifier: +4

Like all Drawkians, especially international caliber ones, Sadeg State's players are a top notch group with much to offer skill-wise. The offense primarily operates out of the shotgun with a back lining up alongside the QB, but the most common under-center formation has to be the I. The pistol make a common appearance, and don't be surprised to see a Wildcat every once in awhile. The run/pass split is around a 55/45, but with Brand Manlio's preferred QB recruits, don't be surprised to see many designed passes ending up in scrambles for big chunks of yards. Drag routes, slants, mid-distance crosses, posts, and corner routes are the most common in SSU's playbook. Runs are often a generic pitch, runs up the gut, or - Coach Manlio's favorite - option plays. SSU is known for having massive talent on the offensive side of the ball, especially in the backfield, but also lining up wide. Watch for tight end passes for huge gains, they're a common target in this scheme.

And while the team is renowned for its offense, you can't discount the defense. Talented shutdown corners and DBs are the hallmark and the pass rush is fantastic, but pass defense in the middle of the field leaves a lot to be desired from the Linebackers. The biggest issue about the Skyhawk's secondary is that they go for the ball too much - while this results in lots of turnovers, a missed pick obviously results in an opposing receiver in the open field. Blitzes sit on top of the playbook at SSU, just like many Drawkian books. Don't expect to run a similar running play twice, the front 7 is likely to come up with a counter blitz on the fly and smack the back for a loss of yards. Man coverage is called about 70/30 versus Zone coverage, another reason why missed interceptions are dangerous. Cover 2 Man coverage with a 4-3 front is the most common play the defense will run.

Special teams is known for its trick plays, but they don't run them as often as, say, the Grid Corps would. The SSU offense would be much more likely to stay out in 4th and under 2 than bring out the special teams for a fake or a regular punt/kick. Speaking of punts/kicks, the return game for the Skyhawks is also fearsome, with massively fast and shifty players returning most balls, not to mention the regularity of laterals during returns (not that they do much of that outside of special teams though). As far as kicking, the punters and kickers kick about as good as, say, college kickers or punters. Nothing special there, although they do err on the side of power over accuracy (good luck praying for a kick 6).

Also, see this dispatch about Drawkian physiology. If you don't want to deal with that though feel free to just handwave or ignore it, it's fine by me.

Home, Away, Home Alt, Away Alt


Conference Games
MD1 v Columbia University
MD2 v Ramusok Capital University
MD3 @ Stoneshore College
MD4 v Luftsworth Academy
MD5 @ Buckridge University
MD6 @ Columbia University
MD7 @ Ramusok Capital University
MD8 v Stoneshore College
MD9 @ Luftsworth Academy
MD10 v Buckridge University

Non-Conference Games
MD11 v Northern Moravica University
MD12 pending
MD13 @ Mar Sara Tech

United Dalaran wrote:Goddammit, comrade. I just knew that someday some wild, capitalist, imperialist interstellar empire will swallow our country.

CN on the RMB wrote:drawkland's leader has survived so many assassination attempts that I am fairly certain he is fidel castro in disguise
Founder of Sonnel. IBO President. Legendary. Rule 33.

User avatar
The Royal Kingdom of Quebec
Posts: 7060
Founded: Feb 15, 2012
Democratic Socialists

Postby The Royal Kingdom of Quebec » Thu Feb 20, 2020 10:33 pm


Celestia, Horizon and Zephyr Conferences Results - MD1


Celestia Conference
Salamantic Universities Professors (KOR) 35–14 Academia Politechnica Civitas Soria (LIS)
Northern Moravica University Cougars (BNJ) 34–7 Islamic University of Busoga (BUS)
Loyola University Blue Thunder (BNJ) 48–9 Willons Bolgano College Lions of the South (BGN)

Horizon Conference
Sadeg State University Skyhawks (DRK) 52–6 Columbia University Patriots (ARS)
Ramusok Capital University Dragons (COS) 42–0 Luftsworth Uniersity Spears (AIM)
Stoneshore College Bruins (COS) 21–17 Buckridge University Racers (HAP)

Zephyr Conference
Ceneisis Naval Academy Ensigns (AFT) 16–0 University of Auster Royalhawks (VNG)
Thereisnogodistan College Atheists (NGD) 52–41 Imperial Military Academy Rangers (VNG)
Bowerstone University Bolts (ATH) 28–10 University of Javoser Crocodiles (SAJ)

Tables to be up in MD2.
Last edited by The Royal Kingdom of Quebec on Fri Feb 21, 2020 12:01 am, edited 1 time in total.
Retired from NSWC. Possibly available for NSCF / WB / WCoH but cannot be guaranteed.

Happy 420 Friends!

User avatar
Posts: 3361
Founded: Aug 27, 2013
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Big Eight, Mineral, Woodlands: MD1

Postby Drawkland » Fri Feb 21, 2020 12:04 am


Big Eight, Mineral, Woodlands
Cutoff - MD1

Will you be Running With The Devil this season?

Richardson University (RAN) 36–14 University of St. Tønsten (N-K)
Cold Hill University (RAN) 44–10 New Córdoba College (LMO)
Mar Sara Tech (VAL) 17–21 Raynor University (VAL)
  BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE                               Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Cold Hill University 1 1 0 44 10 +34
2 Richardson University 1 1 0 36 14 +22
3 Raynor University 1 1 0 21 17 +4
4 Mar Sara Tech 1 0 1 17 21 −4
5 University of St. Tønsten 1 0 1 14 36 −22
6 New Córdoba College 1 0 1 10 44 −34

The Academy of Space (SPA) 78–0 Tomure National University (TOM)
The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy (SPA) 40–9 Université de la Catherine du Nord (RTS)
University of the Commonwealth (CBP) 29–21 Temiscouata Tech (JPC)
  MINERAL CONFERENCE                                 Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 The Academy of Space 1 1 0 78 0 +78
2 The Terrestrial Acclimation Academy 1 1 0 40 9 +31
3 University of the Commonwealth 1 1 0 29 21 +8
4 Temiscouata Tech 1 0 1 21 29 −8
5 Université de la Catherine du Nord 1 0 1 9 40 −31
6 Tomure National University 1 0 1 0 78 −78

Université du Saguenay (QUE) 58–0 Yannin University (TMG)
Charleston University (APY) 27–13 University of Augmon (CEL)
Xannerian Polytechnical Institute (XAN) 3–14 Palæontological-Centred Research University (NTN)
  WOODLANDS CONFERENCE                               Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD 
1 Université du Saguenay 1 1 0 58 0 +58
2 Charleston University 1 1 0 27 13 +14
3 Palæontological-Centred Research University 1 1 0 14 3 +11
4 Xannerian Polytechnical Institute 1 0 1 3 14 −11
5 University of Augmon 1 0 1 13 27 −14
6 Yannin University 1 0 1 0 58 −58
Last edited by Drawkland on Fri Feb 21, 2020 12:38 am, edited 1 time in total.
United Dalaran wrote:Goddammit, comrade. I just knew that someday some wild, capitalist, imperialist interstellar empire will swallow our country.

CN on the RMB wrote:drawkland's leader has survived so many assassination attempts that I am fairly certain he is fidel castro in disguise
Founder of Sonnel. IBO President. Legendary. Rule 33.

User avatar
Posts: 1383
Founded: Feb 09, 2013
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Lisander » Fri Feb 21, 2020 8:18 am

The College Observer
NSCF: So we have #1, #2 and #20 of the world in the conference, eh?

The NSCF season started! It's time to see what our boys can do in this hostile environment. If you, like me, follow University Sports in Lisander, you know this is not that pretty. Liga Academica Nacional (LAN) refuses to accept sponsorship and struggles with financial matters. They decide to award or not international qualifier based on how the team/college can gain exposure/funds without mixing sport and corporate funding. It's a shameful practise that lasted for years and still have many supporters. In Lisander, we say: There are too many rulers to too little peasants.

A lot of people who don't know sports are still there, with lifetime positions in the League. These people and these principles may even work in law, in education, in engineering, in arts or in any other educational possibilities inside a modern college. But college sport is no longer just a hobby. In basketball, the transition from College to SuperLeague already exists. The process that Portia University started fifteen years ago is a reality now, and it is functional! College Basketball is effectively a preparation category. The boys already arrive at the College with the intention of being pros. When they signed contracts with the Lisanderian Basketball Federation (FLB), they should have had that in mind. Here in The College Observer, we understand the costs of college sport in our nation, and that's why we decided to broadcast, for free, advertising that will help to fund NSCF and NSCAA programs. Clicking in the advertising, you'll be always redirected to University Shops or Licensed Retailers who buy/sell from University, funding college sport. All profits should go to the sport. It's the least we can do in this scenario.

Last time a lisanderian team entered NSCF, it was NSCF 9. The University of St. Michael the Archangel. Eleven seasons passed! That generation was Arena Bowl champions. Those guys struggled with amateurism and low pay, and now are settling as seasoned veterans in the planned National American Football League (NAFL). Archaic practices in college, combined with lack of support, made lisanderian gridiron football rely on too much in Arena Football and Minor Leagues. Despite this, NAFL is gaining traction and the exposure that Gridiron Football was provided by the new league was enough to make LAN consider awarding an international qualifier again. I wonder when NAFL and its institutional partner, the Association of Gridiron Football Athletes (AGFA), will gather enough support to make the transition function. It could help to improve the level of the game in Lisander.

But enough about bureaucracy. Let's talk about football!

We have an untested team, an entirely new generation and still reasonably unprepared at the doors of the professional league, that's a fact. But who could have imagined that the first tests would already be these challenges? Loyola, Northern Moravica and Salamantic are #1, #2 and #20 of the entire league respectively. We already know that the first two places in the conference are impossible. The third, only if Ko-oren's team doesn't match what's expected of them and Poli does wonderfully against Willons Bolgano and Busoga Islamic. The goal is ambitious. While USMA entered NSCF IX with expectations of "gaining international experience", Politechnica wants to at least make it to the Bowl games.

And the path is already open. Politechnica played a good game against Salamantic last night. The result was within the most realistic expectations (not the optimistic ones, unfortunately). The defeat by 35-14 highlighted the level that the sport is beyond our borders. But still, there are positive factors left. The two touchdowns made by Poli, a 19-yard pass for Luke Heyns and a 26-yard run by Lucas Montez showed that this team's best feature is the agility. Montez, that also plays as a winger in Poli Rugby in the football offseason (although it is actually more accurate to say the opposite, that he plays football in rugby offseason after all college rugby is much more popular) is a fifth-year with great potential. He could easily be a pro in any of the two codes. He was elected as the best player of the Poli in the match, rating 7.3/10.

To the next match, against Willons Bolgano, we have some expectations. They're also newcomers to the league and seem to be struggling as much as Poli. They played against the All-League leaders Loyola in MD1 and were defeated 48-9. The team is still quite mysterious to me since they were playing without names on the back of the jerseys, but provided Bue Thunder amassed that result, they shouldn't be that great. We're not taking the win for granted, but I believe there's a good possibility.

SUPPORT THE NATION! Buy Official Poli Merchandise and Fan Gear in! All the profits go to the Politechnica Soria Athletic Division. Follow the link to know more →
Last edited by Lisander on Sat Feb 22, 2020 5:42 am, edited 1 time in total.
Map, Rankings and Sportswire
NS stats apply, because it makes no sense not to

User avatar
Civil Servant
Posts: 7
Founded: Jul 14, 2019
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Norway-Karelia » Fri Feb 21, 2020 9:38 pm

Country Name: Norway-Karelia
Country Trigramme: N-K
College Name: University of St. Tønsten
Team Nickname: Administrators
Home Stadium (Capacity): Gåsnørstadiøn (40000)
Style of play: +3

If You'd Like To Submit A Roster, Telegram Me.

User avatar
Posts: 173
Founded: Dec 17, 2018
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Sajnur » Sat Feb 22, 2020 12:45 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.


Players are listed in order of preference, i.e. starters are listed higher. Female players marked with (F). Native Sajnurans marked with (N). Given the large number of non-Sajnurans in the team, any other nation is free to claim these players as citizens of their countries.


Quarterback: Henry Cole
Quarterback: Paige Lafferty (F)
Quarterback: Mark Edison
Fullback: Jamal Surju (N)
Fullback: Paul Jackson
Halfback: James Odoye
Halfback: Petra Khalinye (N, F)
Halfback: Alvin 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: Anthony Jonathan
Offensive Tackle: Floyd Anderson
Offensive Tackle: O'Shea Silva


Defensive Tackle: Tausirek (N)
Defensive Tackle: Paulo Nunez
Defensive Tackle: Ashton Williams
Defensive End: Jayden Larsson
Defensive End: Fernando Ramos
Defensive End: Taja Bersja (N)
Defensive End: Andre Le Tissier
Middle Linebacker: Trent Marcos
Middle Linebacker: Allan Stokes
Middle Linebacker: Arrogha (N)
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: Omar Kalla (N)
Cornerback: Alton Tjure (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


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

Permissions: No tournament ending injuries. Otherwise, do whatever.
Style Mod: +2
Stadium: Crocodile Stadium (Capacity: 20,000)
Last edited by Sajnur on Tue Mar 03, 2020 2:59 am, edited 1 time in total.

User avatar
Posts: 4605
Founded: Nov 26, 2010
Democratic Socialists

Postby Ko-oren » Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:31 am

23 Tobtoren / 7 June

Congratulations! It is my great pleasure to inform you that you have been accepted into the Atlantian Oceanian History programme of Gehrenna National University. Your excellent academic records and communication surrounding the application process have showed us that you deserve to get this opportunity.

As of right now, there are several more things to be completed. First of all, please read the accompanying starter package to learn more about the University, the programme, and its instructors. After that, you have been given login details to finalise your Visa application at visa.go.kor, who should already know about your status. Then, using your existing login at gnu.ed.kor, please verify and update your details, after which you can make the following decisions (all via gnu.ed.kor):
- Courses, teachers, time slots (due 1-Aug / 5-Selpernim)
- Living space (due 1-Aug / 5-Selpernim)
- Foreign Student at GNU workshop (due 17-Sep / 16-Jaranethan)
- Rentals (bicycle, mobile phone plan, etc) (at any point)
- Public transport plans (at any point)
- Part-time employment opportunities (at any point)
- Clubs and student associations (at any point)
- Language courses (at any point)

Please familiarise yourself with other Ko-orenite peculiarities, including:
- Course credit system, passing grades, graduation prerequesites
- Calendar
- Public transport
- Important phone numbers (emergency & university)
- Customs information: what (and in which quantities) can you bring with you?
Last edited by Ko-oren on Mon Feb 24, 2020 12:07 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Trigramme: KOR - Demonym: Ko-orenite - Population: 27.270.096
Sports Domestic Sports Newswires - RPable People - Info Factbook - Top attractions in Ko-oren - Map - Storefronts Loro Language Schools - Goliæth Sports Café
Champions 1x CoH - 1x WBC - 2x World Bowl - 1x IBC - 1x T20 WC - 3x RUWC - 1x RLWC - 1x HWC - 1x Beach Cup
Runners-up 1x AOCAF - 1x WBC - 2x World Bowl - 4x IBC - 1x AOHC - 1x GCF Test Cricket - 2x RUWC - 1x WLC - 1x FHWC
Hosts 1x World Bowl - 1x WCOH - 1x T20 WC - 1x RUWC - 1x FHWC

User avatar
Chargé d'Affaires
Posts: 389
Founded: Oct 20, 2018
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Bolgano » Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:05 pm

Willons Lions of the South-NSCF XXI Roster

Sancho Welton
Jamie Roger
Vailis Wirrow

Albert Fritz
Neil Canterbury

Lewis Niurton
Patrick Kiwets
Mark Thomas Henderson (CAPTAIN)

Ryan Dennis
Mike Harres
Olaf Vits
Perry Michael

William Carvalho
Federico Rodriguez

Offensive Guard
Daniels Bockart
Eugenio Pizjuán
Zeke Bartolomeí
George Henry

Offensive Tackle
Thomas Territs
Yakoho Nazuko
Alfredo Carrest
Samuel Leeds

Defensive Tackle
Pierre Valtimore
Samuel Rojas
Xavi Traemur
Mike Johansson

Corner Back
Frederik Okanssen
Lars Sads
Barry Nickmorton
Nick Lewis-Berthin

Manager: Michael Witson
Defensive Coach: Roger Thomas Henderson
Offensive Coach: Giussepe Tomacceni
Kits Colors: Green, Yellow
Stadium: Willons University Field (2,341)
Style: -4

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: Tg first
Godmod injuries to my players: Tg first
Godmod other events: Y
Ranking KPB: 105 (6.29)
Trigram: BGN
Titles: Wonder Cup 1, Beconailles (Andres Da Silva)

User avatar
Chargé d'Affaires
Posts: 466
Founded: Dec 05, 2014

Postby -Anthor- » Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:32 pm

Bowerstone University 'Bolts'

Background Info:The 21st NSCF season will be the fourth that the Bolts are in the competition, and this will be a notable statement year for Bowerstone, and particularly for it's head coach in George Nevin. Last year the Bolts posted a losing record, though somehow managing to keep their bowl streak alive by winning their third non-playoff bowl, and it marked a low water point for the team. They had begun last season with high expectations to develop further, and had hoped to qualify for the playoffs but weak, inconsistent play and a shoddy defense saw that all go down the wayside. Dirk Wallace was not the quarterback that the team needed last year, and there is alot of attention around him this year as Nevin has announced he will retain the starting job - will he live up to expectations from his redshirted year and high school play, or will he turn out to be just another busted prospect?

Quarterback play wasn't the only thing that jeopardized the Bolts last season, their loss of key senior figures from the 19th season was very evident as their defensive unit struggled all season long, though they did have a few highlights towards the end, such as scoring more points than the offense in the last two games; however, I'm not sure you would want to brag about this too loudly. To try and combat this, Nevins fired Kelley Brassington, the team's defensive coordinator, over the offseason and replaced her with Alf Ramsey, an former player in the Anthoran collegiate scene, having been a standout corner/wide receiver at Stenhall from 595 till 599, and also had a promising start in the AGL having been drafted to the Sibeck Vipers out of the first round and received All-Star accolades for each of his three seasons until he chose to retire in the offseason last year after he missed half the season due to a serious concussion. He was well renowned for his athleticism and work ethic, the 'hustle' was one of the things heavily covered by the Anthoran media and talked about and hopefully he has assembled a much more effective unit here for NSCF XXI

Stadium: Hookfield Stadium, capable of holding 46,000 fans and spectators is located just south of University property in the rolling hills of Antyne Province, inside the town of Darstown, home to about 100,000 residents. Built nineteen years ago, it is well maintained and offers modern amenities, such as free wifi and spacious concession stand and has become a symbol in the Antyne gridiron scene and across most of Anthor. Parking facilities onsite are managed through a traditional parking space, and there are numerous hotels, lodgings, restaurants, bars, and other recreational establishments located within a half mile or more, mostly clustered around Baronial Road 17, or Gundersen Road as it's known locally.


Coaching Staff:
  • Head Coach: Georgie Nevin
  • Offensive Coordinator: Aldric Meyrick
  • Defensive Coordinator: Alf Ramsey
  • Special Teams Coordinator: Virgil York

Style Modifier:+2
Typical Offensive Scheme: Mash-up between emphasis on the run or utilizing Dirk Wallace's strong arm to help loosen the opposition's defense.

Depth Chart:

MD1 - v. University of Javoser Crocodiles
MD2 - @ Imperial Military Academy Rangers
MD3 - v. Ceneisis Naval Academy Ensigns
MD4 - @ Thereisnogodistan Community College Atheists
MD5 - v. University of Auster Royalhawks
MD6 - @ University of Javoser Crocodiles
MD7 - v. Imperial Military Academy Rangers
MD8 - @ Ceneisis Naval Academy Ensigns
MD9 - v. Thereisnogodistan Community College Atheists
MD10 - @ University of Auster Royalhawks

Non-Conference Games
MD 11 - @ Willons Bolgano College Lions of the South (Bolgano, Celestia Conference)
MD 12 - v. Raynor University (Valanora, Big Eight Conference)
MD 13 - Unscheduled
Last edited by -Anthor- on Sun Feb 23, 2020 12:42 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Kingdom of Anthor
Capital: Vaumort
Monarch: King Samuel III of House Lenova
Prime Minister: Thomas Dalen
Info: Anthoran News Network, Anthoran Sports Broadcasting Network

NSS International Ratings: #83 (WC/Association Football), #4 (WCOH), #29 (WBC), #22 (WB/Gridiron)



Remove ads

Return to NS Sports

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Astograth, Drawkland, Fujai, Siovanija and Teusland, The Quagpire, The Sherpa Empire, Valladares


Remove ads