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  1. Will the Carnage vs Generals game have over or under 691 yards of total offense? under Which running back will have the most EFCA rushin yards in week 5 - Fred Flinstone, Khalil Carson, or Levi Lattimore?flinstone Which EFCA team will score the most points in week 5? hades creek Will the total ECFA passing yards for week 5 be - below 2,050 yards, between and including 2,050 and 2,250 yards, or over 2,250 yards? over 2,250 What ECFA receiver will lead the country for the season in receiving after week 5? lasley Will there be over or under 283 points scored in week 5 of the EFL? over Which EFL passer will put up the most passing yards in week 5 of the EFL? Carswell In the Kracken vs Wolfpack game, which player of these 3 will have the most tackles - Amina Gunner, Baker Blade, or Mum-O Killowe? gunner Will the Miami Neptune have a better, worse, or the same record as the San Francisco Frenzy at the end of week 5? better Will Johnny Gregg make over or unerd 2 field goals in Wisconsin's week 5 game vs Toronto? Over
  2. Lets go! First win of the season!
  3. Monday ECFA Week 3 Mammoths @ Pirates Tuesday EFL Week 3 Steam @ Kraken Wednesday ECFA Week 4 Pirates @ Phalanx Thursday EFL Week 4 Herd @ Mambas Friday ECFA Week 5 Storm @ Mammoths Friday EFL Week 5 Frenzy @ Predators
  4. lets go Biscayne Bay!
  5. Great set of games, looking forward to the season!
  6. Robert Joseph was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to a middle class family. He still visits his hometown of Toronto whenever he has downtime, and his parents are his biggest fans and supporters. Growing up, he loved playing soccer and hockey with his friends and in local leagues. He was never very good at either sport when he was young, as he was fairly uncoordinated and was not very strong or tall. When he reached middle school and hit a growth spurt, eventually hitting a height of six foot, and bulking up, he began seriously focusing on football, as his above average height and speed gave him a large advantage over his classmates. In High School, Robert was a very standout player, one of if not the fastest players on the field at all times, and was the star of the offensive lineup for his school. Being from Canada, his high school was fairly small and not known for sports, especially football, which was a bit of a double edged sword. Since his school was historically not very good at sports, Robert was able to break many school records, including yards per season and touchdowns per season. However, since the school was not very good at sports, that meant that most of the other players on his team (aside from his brother) were also not very good. This meant that the quarterback that was passing to him made some pretty bad passes, and the offensive line that was blocking for him made some pretty bad blocks. This makes his accomplishments all the more impressive, as he was able to do them with such a low quality supporting cast. Coming into the NCAA, he will be able to display how truly good he can be, as he will have players of his caliber alongside him to ensure he is able to reach his potential. He is definitely a team player, always willing to do what is best for the team rather than improve individual stats, as seen by his tendency to stay on his man, rather than try to go for a risky interception. He is also very hard working, there is a very rare day that he is not in the gym for at least an hour, working on his catches or honing his already impressive speed and IQ.
  7. William Joseph was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to a middle class family. He still visits his hometown of Toronto whenever he has downtime, and his parents are his biggest fans and supporters. Growing up, he loved playing soccer and hockey with his friends and in local leagues. He was never very good at either sport when he was young, as he was fairly uncoordinated and was not very strong or tall. When he reached middle school and hit a growth spurt, eventually hitting a height of six foot, and bulking up, he began seriously focusing on football, as his above average height and speed gave him a large advantage over his classmates. In High School, Wiliam was a very standout player, one of if not the fastest players on the field at all times, and was the star of the offensive lineup for his school. Being from Canada, his high school was fairly small and not known for sports, especially football, which was a bit of a double edged sword. Since his school was historically not very good at sports, William was able to break many school records, including interceptions per season and defensive touchdowns per season. However, since the school was not very good at sports, that meant that most of the other players on his team (aside from his brother) were also not very good. This meant that the defensive line that was rushing the quarterbacks made some pretty bad rushes, and the other defensive backs that covered with him made some pretty bad tackles. This makes his accomplishments all the more impressive, as he was able to do them with such a low quality supporting cast. Coming into the NCAA, he will be able to display how truly good he can be, as he will have players of his caliber alongside him to ensure he is able to reach his potential. He is definitely a team player, always willing to do what is best for the team rather than improve individual stats, as seen by his tendency to block for another receiver or running back rather than try to catch the pass himself. He is also very hard working, there is a very rare day that he is not in the gym for at least an hour, working on his catches or honing his already impressive speed and IQ.
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