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  1. Teppei Mulls Future in Football Eugene, OR - In so many ways, the writing seems to be on the wall for for one Teppei Renomitsu. "Unless you're the very best at your position - especially one as competitive as quarterback - you'll be riding the bench for a long time in the EFL," he remarked at a recent presser, "right now, my priority is making sure that Oregon makes it through the season - and as much of the post-season as we can possibly conquer." This news comes as a bit of a surprise for some in the league, as many had expected Teppei to not only win awards, but also continue on to the EFL this season - skipping a senior year. However, provided his current stalling progress, he's opted to at least stick around another season. "Football has been, and likely will be a passion of mine until the day I die; that's why I felt okay swapping positions. There was a need at the college level, and not much of a future for any except the absolute best. Could I still declare next season? Sure, but it's a bit up in the air for me." When reached out for comment, Hiroki didn't have much to say on the matter. "I don't control my brother's future, and I'll respect any decision he makes - period," Hiroki said in a phone interview. "He made the hike here to Eugene even though he had great promise as a tight end, and I'm grateful to him for that. I know I'll have his support no matter where I go, and whether he plays in the EFL or not."
  2. Week 4 Trivia has been posted! Week 3 TPE Claim For question 1, the Ohio State Buckeyes won a total of 29 regular season games in the NCAA before being retired. They had 7+9+7+5+1 = 29 wins, with each number representing each of their seasons until S5. It's come to my attention, however, that the S5 index was unavailable or otherwise misleading this past week, so we'll also accept 28 wins as an answer. For question 2, the Season 6 Seattle Predators had the worst season rushing average in EFL history, with an average of 2.4 ypc. See the claims below! The following got both questions right, +1 TPE & +1 leaderboard point @Jetsqb101 @oilmandan @PigSnout @MMFLEX @SnapTackleDrop @Cornholio @ADwyer87 @Turner @TacticalHammer (take an extra TPE - thanks for the help!) @Patdatass @Snussu @Sharkstrong @Enorama @HuddleHussy @DWill @Wheaties @SwagSloth @Rayzor_7 The following got one question right. No TPE this week, but you get the 0.5 point on the leaderboard: @LattimoreIsland
  3. Week 1&2 were together - that's why you earned 2 points instead of 1. I'm using the same form for Week 3, you just need to click past that first screen to get to the new Q's!
  4. Week 1 TPE Claim For question 1, the team with the most finals appearances is the L.A. Reign with 6. For question 2, Commander Warsmoke held the EFL receptions season record at the end of Season 4 with 99 catches. See our claims below. @oilmandan +2. Also take an extra +1 for giving me a question this week! @MMFLEX +2 @Beerfridge +1 @TacticalHammer +2 @Tate +2 @HuddleHussy +2 @Sharkstrong +2 @okochastar +2 @Tanner0512 +1 @Snussu +2 @Turner +2 @Patdatass +2 @PigSnout +2 @Symmetrik +2 @ADwyer87 +2 @Jetsqb101 +2 Week 2 Trivia is up!
  5. Pictured above: me, slacking off Season 14 Trivia - Click Here! Yes, yes, I know I'm late - sorry. I was irresponsible and spent too much time on Reddit/the piano wasting valuable free time instead of preparing for med school rotations or posting trivia. Here are the rules, same as they've always been. Any question that is asked may be found on the board, or in the historical indexes (but EFL Season 4 has been provided, so we're going to add that history to our pool of questions). Answering both questions right for the week will award you 1 Uncapped TPE for that week. In addition you will earn 1 point for the seasonal leaderboard where you will be awarded more Uncapped TPE based on your results. For Weeks 1-2, since I was lazy and missed last week, these first questions are worth double: 2 TPE and 2 leaderboard points if you get them both right. Also, if I use one of your questions, you get 1 uncapped TPE from yours truly. I'll post the extra claim with that week's trivia results! Answering only one correct will not earn you any TPE that week, but will earn 1/2 point for the seasonal leaderboard. At the end of the Season, all points on the leaderboard will be awarded TPE at half your total value. IE: You earned the full 8 points, you would be awarded 4 Uncapped TPE. Any posting of the trivia questions and/or answers on a public thread will earn you a ban from the game for the season, and that week will be nullified for EVERYONE. Don’t do it.
  6. Teppei Joins Oregon Eugene, OR - It didn't take very long for Teppei Renomitsu to change his mind in college. Or, I guess, depending on how you look at it, maybe it did. For his junior year, the former tight end decided to switch schools -- and positions. In a recent transfer request thread, Teppei stated his intent and thanked his former college - particularly LSU AD psanchez55 - before rejoining his twin brother in Oregon. "There wasn't one specific factor that sparked my decision to switch universities," he stated in a recent presser, "I think there are some challenges to joining my brother and the Ducks, but part of the decision was definitely simplifying travel plans for our parents. Having to hear about two different locker rooms, split up the parents for game days, and LSU being so far away from Palos Verdes and Oregon has been tough." One big change that most collegiate ADs will see is that Teppei will be taking on a lower number and a spot under center, as he transitions positions over the next season. Very few expected this change, but it came after discussing a need with Oregon after opening up about transfer plans. "I understand I probably never will be as good a quarterback as I need to at the professional level," Teppei waxed, "and honestly, I'm not sure what my plans are after I move on from Oregon. Most EFL teams are set at quarterback for the foreseeable future, and I'd probably ride the pine for a few seasons before even getting a shot at playing a starting spot. I just don't know if football is in my long-term plans." Hiroki welcomed his brother to Oregon with open arms, and seems to be ecstatic about the change. "You kiddin' me? I got to see him once, maybe twice a year. I'm a big fan of the change, though I've honestly hardly ever seen him throw a football except during garbage time late in practices," the defensive Renomitsu twin said, chuckling, "so hopefully I can give him some good reinforcement by catching all of his bad throws."
  7. Name: Teppei Renomitsu Team: Oregon Ducks Workout Name: Double Yearly Predictions Cost of Workout: $2,000,000 Cash you Have: $3,000,000 Cash Left: $1,000,000 Name: Hiroki Renomitsu Team: Oregon Ducks Workout Name: Double Yearly Predictions Cost of Workout: $2,000,000 Cash you Have: $2,000,000 Cash Left: $0
  8. Please find me a spot Jets QB: Matt LeSiege - $3 RB: Asahel - $6 RB: Danton Howlson - $5 WR: Taktischer Vorschlaghammer - $3 WR: Frank Funk - $3 Flex (WR/RB/TE): Tachyon Luminosity - $4 K: DeShaun Marion - $2 D/ST: Oregon - $2
  9. EFL Predictions Champion: New York East Finalist: New York West Finalist: Los Angeles MVP: Logan Crawford Offensive Player of the Year: Logan Crawford Defensive Player of the Year: A'Brick Wall GMotY: LattimoreIsland QBotY: Logan Crawford RBotY: David Moriarty FBotY: A.A Goat WRotY: Patrick Kelley TEotY: Joplo Crittenden LBoftY: A'Brick Wall CBotY: Bo Clerk SotY: Matt Hunter KoftY: Adam Winesorcery Returner of the Year: DeAnderson Sabathia Jr. Offensive Rookie of the Year: TJ Hendrix Defensive Rookie of the Year: Casey Archer NCAA Predictions Champion: LSU East Finalist: LSU West Finalist: Oregon Heisman Trophy - MVP: Asahel Chuck Bednarik Award - Defensive Player OTY: Steven Donovan Tim Tebow Award - Offensive Player OTY: Asahel Lance Swift IV Award - Top Freshman: Cody Sackett Davey O'Brien Award -QB: Alex Moran Doak Walker Award - RB: Asahel Biletnikoff Award - WR: Goodall West John Mackey Award - TE: Jebediah Cromwell Dick Butkus Award - LB: Vincent van Boom Jim Thorpe Award - DB: Steven Donovan Groza Guy Award - K/P: Evenging Chong Dante Pettis Award-K/P Returner: Danton Howlson Wuerffel Trophy - Community Service: Sharkstrong Coach of the Year Award - AD: Psanchez
  10. Accepting for both. Please note Teppei's former team (LSU) released him.
  11. TE Teppei Renomitsu announces his intent to transfer. Thanks for an awesome two seasons LSU! I'm happy to have had a chance to play for you guys, especially in @Psanchez55's first season; unfortunately I'm not sure if our goals align for the next season.
  12. [Not tagging anyone in this first post - may edit later to make it nicer looking] Renomitsu Twins Talk Class, Humanitarian Efforts Palos Verdes, CA College athletes' time is spent primarily on the court, rink, or field, and the only time they get in the daylight outside of practice and games are team-mandated events. The Renomitsu twins try to find a delicate balance between academics, charity work, and excelling on the field of play - and unfortunately, it isn't easy. Hiroki and Teppei opted to go for different football programs - Oregon for the former, LSU for the latter - and thus don't have a lot of time to spend together. To make matters worse, they've chosen work-intensive STEM majors - biochemistry for Hiroki and psychology/biology for Teppei - that makes free time even more limited. "Thankfully there's a little overlap," Hiroki said at a recent team press conference. "I got his notes for cell biology and biostatistics, and I sent him mine for o-chem and the first semester of biochem." With a laugh, he added, "they're a little messy - I feel bad for whoever shares his genes, huh?" As Asian parents are wont to do, a quick interview almost instantly revealed that the twins are sporting 4.0 GPAs, with the matriarch of the family wasting no time in espousing how diligent her sons are in school. "You all keep my sons accountable - it is all of our jobs now!" she said during a phonecall, "I expect to hear back at the end of the semester. Kick them off the team if they are not doing well in school." The times that the Renomitsu twins are together is in any downtime between football and academic seasons; they use that time for altruistic work in neighboring Californian communities. They've been spotted at the South Coast Botanic Gardens, a pair of land conservancies, and food pantries up and down the coast. More importantly, they've taken time to make sure the youth in Palos Verdes have their eyes set on the prize, and have spoken in a couple of classrooms regarding work-life balance and finding the right influences in college. In more recent days, they were rumored to be in a large suitor pool pursuing the Gunner twins, but both Hiroki and Teppei struck out at their chances on love. "Yeah, that whole thing. It just goes to show that you can be successful but not the right fit for someone," Teppei said with a grin when questioned about it. "Thankfully we're not too torn up - gotta have thick skin to play football, yeah?"
  13. But I put a heart in mine, signifying my love for them both.
  14. @TacticalHammer and @Sharkstrong are two of my favorites Congrats guys!
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