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  1. The trip from his dorm to the practice facility is short.
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    But then he won it with Chicago the next year.
  3. I'm assuming moving Blake to WR rendered me obsolete in this one though.
  4. I'm assuming that he switched him to WR before simming.
  5. NCAA National Championship Preview The Miami Hurricanes and Texas Longhorns will meet in the National Championship game for all the marbles. They have met twice before, in fact, they opened up the season against each other which makes it fitting that they’ll close the season the same way. However, Miami is hoping for a different outcome this time around as Texas beat them in Austin by a score of 17-10. In their week 10 matchup down in South Beach Texas narrowly escaped with a 3-0 victory. Miami will have their work cut out for them as they look to avoid an 0-3 record against the mighty Longhorns. If you look at their records, Texas’ 11-3 record looks way better than Miami’s 8-6 but I think the records are deceiving. In week one, Miami had not quite established their identity and, more importantly, Ito Bush had not established himself as the clear cut star of the offense yet. Miami couldn’t get anything going against Texas’ tough defense who ranks first in scoring, total yards, and rushing yards allowed per game. They only allowed 81 yards through the air and 130 rushing yards while Texas’ Carswell threw for 302 yards, more than Miami’s total offense. The game was tied 10-10 entering the fourth quarter until Carswell marched Texas down the field for the go ahead score. Miami had several opportunities to tie it up but couldn’t do anything with them and the final score was 17-10. By week ten, Miami had become a rushing powerhouse leading the nation with over 183 rushing yards per game and were looking to take advantage of playing at home. Texas, though, had other plans and completely dominated time of possession. Texas ran 71 plays to Miami’s 37. That being said, the game was hard fought by both teams. Miami won the turnover battle forcing three interceptions while Osbourne only threw one of his own. Miami’s reliance on the run didn’t work out for them in this one and averaged 2.7 yards per carry and Texas dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball rushing for double the yards Miami did. Lionel Bands broke the 0-0 tie with a field goal near the end of the third quarter and that was all she wrote. This will be the third meeting between these two teams. Texas will look to keep it 3-0 while Miami hopes the third time's the charm. As things stand now, Miami has the third ranked scoring offense, they’re fifth in total offense, first in rushing offense, and seventh in passing offense. On defense they’re second in points allowed, total yards, rushing yards, and passing yards allowed. The Texas team they’ll be facing is the second scoring offense in the nation, first in total yards, sixth in rushing yards, and second in passing yards. On the other side of the ball they’re the top scoring defense, top defense in terms of total yards as well as rushing yards allowed, and third in passing yards allowed. So we’ll see the top rushing offense of Miami against the top rushing defense of Texas. Can the two headed monster of Ito Bush and Bellamy Blake grind it out against the solid line backing corps of Chong, Stiffland, and West or will Osbourne be forced to make plays down the field against the top ranked pass defense? Can Texas’ second ranked pass offense led by Carswell and Vorschlaghammer beat the second ranked pass defense of Miami led by Gunner, St. Pierre, and Cannon.
  6. Colt a steal at 4th.
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