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Ahhh Specriggivi - LB

6'3 - 260 lbs. 

ECFA Team: Death Valley Rangers (S25 - S28)

EFL Team: N/A

 

ECFA Statistics: 

S25 (FR) - 16 G, 96 Tackles, 2 TFL, 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 Sack, 3 PDs, 1 Blocked Punt
S26 (SO) - 16 G, 111 Tackles, 9 TFL, 1 FR, 2 Sacks, 1 PD

S27 (JR) - 16 G, 136 Tackles, 12 TFL, 1 FR, 4 Sacks, 1 INT, 3 PDs, 1 Safety

S28 (SR) - 16 G, 120 Tackles, 7 TFL, 2 FF, 3 FR, 5 Sacks, 2 INTs, 4 PDs, 1 Def. TD
20 Kickoff Returns, 445 Yards, 22.25 KR Yard Avg., 1 KR TD, 53 Punt Returns, 462 PR Yards, 8.71 PR Yards Avg, 3 PR TDs

CAREER - 64 G, 463 Tackles, 30 TFL, 4 FF, 6 FR, 12 Sack, 3 INTs, 11 PDs, 1 Blocked Punt, 1 Safety, 1 Def. TD

20 Kickoff Returns, 445 Yards, 22.25 KR Yard Avg., 1 KR TD, 53 Punt Returns, 462 PR Yards, 8.71 PR Yards Avg, 3 PR TDs

 

EFL Statistics:


Awards / Honors
S25 - Signed with ECFA Death Valley Rangers
 

 

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Tres Uno - RB

6'0 - 210 lbs.

ECFA Team: Lincoln Mammoths (S26 - S27)

EFL Team: Wisconsin Brigade (S28 - ?)

 

ECFA Statistics: 

S26 (FR) - 16 G, 323 Rush, 2,014 Yards, 23 TDs, 6.24 YPC, Longest 87 Yards, 13 Rec., 49 Rec. Yards
32 Kickoff Returns, 365 Yards, 11.41 KR Avg, 39 Punt Returns, 240 PR Yards, 6.15 PR Yards Avg., 1 PR TD
S27 (SO) - 16 G, 295 Rush, 1,901 Yards, 6.44 YPC, 16 TDs, Longest 95 Yards, 7 Rec., 92 Yards
32 Kickoff Returns, 732 Yards, 22.88 KR Avg, 41 Punt Returns, 511 PR Yards, 12.46 PR Avg., 2 PR TDs

CAREER - 32 G, 618 Rush, 3,915 Yards, 6.33 Rush Avg, 39 TDs, 20 Rec., 141 Yards

64 Kickoff Returns, 1,097 KR Yards, 17.14 KR Avg, 80 Punt Returns, 751 PR Yards, 9.39 PR Avg, 3 PR TDs

 

EFL Statistics:

S28 (WIS): 16 G, 87 Rec., 1,227 Rec. Yards, 14.10 YPC, 12 Rec. TDs, Long of 56

 

CAREER - S28 (WIS): 16 G, 87 Rec., 1,227 Rec. Yards, 14.10 YPC, 12 Rec. TDs, Long of 56

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 2 Update #1

Ahhh Specriggivi has completed his first year of ECFA play on the Death Valley Rangers. The team was coming off a S24 ECFA Title Run - understandably so, there was a talent drain - which meant that incoming players could potentially have the chance to make their own mark from the get-go on a retooling team. Specriggivi, the three-headed monster in disguise as a freak football player, took advantage accordingly and positioned himself to succeed as a first-year linebacker. Through 16 games of action, Specriggivi picked up 96 tackles (2 tackles for losses), to go along with two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, a sack, three pass deflections and one blocked punt. Not bad for a linebacker who showed great progress and improvement from Game #1 to Game #16. Specriggivi is largely expected to take on a bigger role in the defense next season and could very well become 'The Man' by opening kickoff of his Year 2 campaign. That progression is scary. His team, the Rangers, would complete the regular season with a 11-5 record, good for third place in their division. This drew them up an uneviable first-round matchup with the Hades Creek Phalanx, where the Rangers would get overwhelmed, 31-6 in this embarrassment. On to Year 2 and hopefully a better outcome in the end this time around!

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 1 Update #1

Tres Uno was a highly regarded running back out of the high school ranks who completed his classwork early in order to start his ECFA career early -- it was a bit of a dilemma for Tres Uno when he had to choose just one program to join out of the bunch that were in talks with the young scat back. Ultimately, Tres Uno decided to take the Mammoth hat and take his bags to Lincoln, Nebraska as an offensive redshirt. Did anything happen in the last few games that Tres Uno was a part of the program? Only one penalty for five yards lolz. Jokes aside -- with star back Skismai Woakneoa moving on to the EFL and the other running back on the Mammoths roster a relatively modest worker -- Tres Uno virtually has the green light to be the star back of the LIncoln's run-oriented offense from the get-go. What will Tres Uno do with his time in the ECFA? Zoom straight up to the bigs, or will he take his time in the ECFA and establish some career records? Stay tuned folks! 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 2 Update #2

A new season on the horizon approaches for Ahhh Specriggivi and his Death Valley Rangers comrades. At the beginning of S26, the Rangers were heads over everybody else in terms of TPE/APE. There are a grand total of 9 players within 197-199 TPE range and they could potentially add up to two more in that range by the end of S26. Then there are five players that are uncapping this year and two that's already broken the 300+ TPE threshold -- none other than running back Count Olaf and safety Lemony Snicket. Yeah, these S26 Death Valley Rangers are fully ready to rock and roll this year. 

 

Ahhh Specriggivi and his three other linebacking comrades are all at least 197 TPE, which makes this defensive core one hell of a formidable unit to run against in the run-happy ECFA. Expect this unit to lead the league in a number of defensive categories. It'll be fun to see which linebacker ends up leading the team in tackles as they'll be all competing against each other. Specriggivi will have aspirations of breaking 100 tackles this year in addition to posting career-highs in all other defensive categories as he prepares to polish up his resume for the EFL whether it be for the S27 Draft or S28. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 1 Update #2

All of the offseason workouts are in and players have started reporting back onto campus. As it stands right now, the Lincoln Mammoths stand 7th in Team TPE/APE with a considerable gap between themselves and the 8th-ranked team - which isn't bad but at the same time - there's a lot of room for growth. There are just five players who have a standing TPE of at least 192 or more, with one uncapping player in senior linebacker Crazy Nancy. But like aforementioned, there is room for growth with seven other players in the 106-178 TPE range that could all approach the 190+ range by the end of the season so you could see the Lincoln Mammoth getting better over the course of the season. 

 

Tres Uno finds himself at 133 TPE and he hasn't started a game yet. As it stands right now, he's the fastest player on the team already and there's potential for greatness from the get-go. How much of the offense and/or special teams will the Lincoln Mammoths hand to him? Uno has already told coaches that he can handle everything and has actually asked for full duties because he knows he is capable of it and actually embraces the challenge. Alongside fellow freshman back Sandy Barkley, Jr. -- this duo is going to make the Mammoths theirs and it may come as soon as Day 1. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 2 Update #3

The Death Valley Rangers are on pace for a historical defensive year. This unit ranks number one in the ECFA in scoring defense, coming off a shutout of Biscayne Bay Pirates. They will have a good test coming up in Week 3 when Death Valley travels up north to Anchorage to take on the 2-0 Storm team that's posted at least 24 points in both of their first two victories. In Week 2, Ahhh Specriggivi was named the Defensive Player of the Game, posting 7 tackles and a sack while allowing the Pirates to pass for just 90 yards through the air.

 

Specriggivi has posted 14 tackles through the first two games of the season and the team seems to be gaining steam as they head into the second RL week of the ECFA season. On the horizon, the Rangers have the winless Grand Rapids Growlers and the underperforming Hades Creek Phalanx. If this team gets past Anchorage, the next big test may not come until Week 8 when Death Valley hosts the undefeated Roswell Encounter. It'll be interesting to see how Specriggivi does as he fights his fellow teammates for those scarce tackles. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 1 Update #3

Lincoln Mammoths have stumbled out of the starting gate, despite their offense putting up valiant efforts in both games. In the Week 1 loss to Death Valley, Mammoths quarterback Hendrix Reign threw two pick-sixes, and in Week 2 - Lincoln valiantly attempted to come back from a 21-0 second-quarter deficit with a 21-3 second-half effort but it simply wasn't enough. As it turns out, Reign still had some of his wide receiver gears on -- the team managers will make sure to revisit this and ensure that Reign has the proper equipment on for Week 3 going forward. 

 

In other news -- Lincoln freshman running back Tres Uno has impressed through the first two weeks of the season, running for 111 yards against Death Valley's formidable defense - then picking up steam with 140 and a touchdown against Anchorage. Is this kid the real deal? We'll see as these Mammoths have a formidable two-week road stretch against Hades Creek then Biscayne Bay before returning home to host Grand Rapids. While it is probably out of the question for Tres Uno to lead all of ECFA in rushing yards -- he has more ambitious goals to break all freshman rushing records, which isn't completely out of the question. We'll keep an eye on this progression over the course of the season. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 2 Update #4

The Death Valley Rangers are on pace for a historical defensive year. Yes, I said this last week - I'm saying it once again. These Rangers rank #1 across the board in all major team defensive statistic categories. They're yielding under 9 points per game to opposing offenses and when you combine it with the #3 ranked scoring offense - that's a recipe for success. The next four games will be interesting for Death Valley as they'll go through the thick portion of their schedule with games against Roswell, Savage City and a road date at Trenton within the next four weeks. If Death Valley can make it through this one unscathed, it might be time to start thinking about writing history this year. 

 

Ahhh Specriggivi has been a vital cog in the Death Valley defense (although I'd argue that everybody is vital in their own ways). He's been active in opposing backfields on practically a weekly basis and is routinely near or owns the team lead in tackles. It's been really fun to see how dominating this defensive unit is as we may not see another one like this for quite some time. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 1 Update #4

Through the Lincoln Mammoth's first seven games, they find themselves in a three-way tie for the last two postseason-eligible spots in the Legends Conference. Freshman Tres Uno has proved to be the real deal so far, ranking 10th amongst all ECFA rushers in yards (815 yards through 7 games) as well as seven rushing touchdowns. He isn't quite the workhorse like some other running backs in the ECFA, but he gets the job done, averaging more than 5.6 yards per carry. That's the name of the running game in the ECFA - moving the ball forward and picking up first downs for the team. It's a far cry from Boaty McBoatface Jr. of Trenton or Count Olaf from Death Valley's 7.0+ YPC but Tres Uno will get there once he uncaps. 

 

Lincoln is also figuring out a delicate balance between their passing and rushing attack and the name of the game is winning games, not winning the rushing yards battle with the other team. The Mammoths have quite a gauntlet to close out this week with a home game against the 7-0 Trenton Generals before going on the road to play the 5-2 Savage City Wraiths. The Mammoths will hope to at least secure a split in these two games if they're to remain in postseason contention. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 2 Update #5

It is no more: after losing to Savage City in Week 10, Death Valley’s bid for an undefeated season is officially over. But they managed to rebound in Week 12 with a huge road win over Trenton. So there’s that. Better to lose at least once in the regular season over the playoffs right? The Rangers still sport the best ECFA defense by far and they will look to maintain that position going forward until the end of the year. 
 

Ahhh Specriggivi is a remarkable linebacker putting together a solid year. He is tied for third among a number of active players in tackles for losses (first on the team) with six and also ranks second in the team with tackles through 10 games. This guy is going to be something special the next season or two, depending on how long he chooses to stay. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 1 Update #5

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Are we looking at the favorite for the ECFA Offensive Freshman of the Year here? Tres Uno may rank just 8th amongst all ECFA RBs in rushing yards, but he paces all rushers in rushing touchdowns. This guy has a nose for the end zone and he is only getting better with each passing week. Or are we holding off on that award until the end of the season like all others?

 

It appears as if Lincoln will need every ounce of Tres UNO’s heroics as they are in a three-way fight for Seed #2-4 in their respective conference. It will be interesting to see how Lincoln fares against their three remaining postseason-caliber opponents. But you can bet on Tres Uno being a vital cog behind Lincoln’s success or downfall.

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 2 Update #6

Only one week remains in S26 and the Death Valley Rangers find themselves in the driver's seat with home field advantage throughout the playoffs locked down. Sporting the #1 ranked scoring offense, total and rushing yards as well as #1 in scoring defense, total and rushing yards -- they are the consensus favorite as the team to beat this year. The lone blemish on their resume to date? A home loss to the 12-3 Savage City Wraiths in Week 10. Nothing to be disappointed by at all. With a road date against the Hades Creek Phalanx to close out the year - Death Valley could join an exclusive club of ECFA teams to finish the regular season with a 15-1 record. 

 

Ahhh Specriggivi has put together an impressive sophomore season, already ahead of his marks from his freshman season. Through 15 games, Specriggivi has posted 110 tackles, with 9 of them registering as TFLs (3 came in Week 15 against Grand Rapids). While he may not be in the running for any individual hardware, Specriggivi is more than happy to be a solid contributor to the Rangers' success. The only thing on Specriggivi's mind right now is closing out this year with an ECFA championship and everybody on the team is all-in at the moment. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 1 Update #6

It's been a remarkable year for Lincoln Mammoths freshman running back Tres Uno. Tres Uno stands to become the first freshman running back in ECFA history to post a 2K rushing yard season, as he stands 135 yards away from the mark with just a game remaining. The last opponent on Lincoln's schedule? Grand Rapids. In these two teams' first meeting way back in Week 5 on Mammoth's home field, Tres Uno only touched the ball 12 times for 86 yards and two touchdowns as Lincoln rolled by Grand Rapids by the final score of 34-7. This was one of Uno's lowest yardage total of the year and he certainly does not want to repeat that. 

 

If not for Count Olaf's strong year, Tres Uno would be leading all ECFA rushers in rushing touchdowns, accumulating 22 on the year. There are some other notable candidates for the ECFA Offensive Freshman of the Year award, but I'd say that Tres Uno has one hell of a resume. Now the dilemma on Tres Uno's plate will be.... can he help Lincoln avoid the #4 seed and a first-round road date with the fearsome Death Valley defense? The Mammoths will be rooting for Biscayne Bay Pirates to defeat Anchorage Storm in Week 16, despite BBP winning both games over Lincoln this year. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 2 Update #7

ECFA Legends Conference's #1 seeded team Death Valley Rangers emerged victorious in a dominating fashion, winning 48-3 over the #4 seeded Anchorage Storm in the opening round of the S26 Playoffs. After the Storm came on board first with an opening drive field goal, they would not sniff another scoring opportunity again as Death Valley was all over Anchorage on both offense and defense. It was truly a remarkable display of dominance as the Rangers continue to march through their S26 with a single goal in mind -- winning an ECFA Championship, which would be DVR's first since.... S24. Next on the schedule is a Conference Finals date with Biscayne Bay Pirates whom Death Valley defeated twice in their two regular season meetings.

Ahhh Specriggivi only registered 3 tackles, including one TFL in the Anchorage game. It wasn't to any fault of his own but rather the simple dominance of the defensive unit as a whole, with everybody contributing to the defensive performance in their own ways. Biscayne Bay's offense is a more balanced counterpart and they will surely have some tricks up their sleeve for this penultimate matchup with a trip to the ECFA Championship Game at stake. Specriggivi will be ready for this game, hell bent upon wreaking havoc. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 1 Update #7

It was a tragic ending to what was otherwise a solid year for the Lincoln Mammoths. After posting a 10-6 regular season campaign (which could have been a lot better if not for the early-season stumbles), Lincoln headed with some confidence into their #3/#2 matchup with the Biscayne Bay Pirates. Both teams got on the scoreboard in the first quarter through a touchdown for the Pirates and a field goal for the Mammoths. Lincoln would take the lead early in the second quarter on a passing touchdown... and then the wheels fell off the wagon. Lincoln would commit unfathomable turnovers, including a pick-six early in the second half as well as an unfortunate lost fumble by Lincoln freshman running back Tres Uno that ultimately enabled Biscayne to pull away with three consecutive unanswered touchdowns, winning the game by a final score of 38-13. 

Despite running for 150 yards on 24 carries, Tres Uno was distraught by his lost fumble and was seen being talked to by a number of teammates and coaches. With the Mammoths going through a coaching staff change this upcoming offseason, Tres Uno's agent being linked to taking a position with the Wisconsin Brigade organization - this brings up a lot of interesting questions for the young running back. What will he do? Tres Uno had originally said that he aimed to stay all four years and try to establish a number of ECFA records - but will his plans change with the impending link to the Brigade organization/their current rebuild? Only time will tell. It could be as soon as this week since Tres Uno is on the verge of the threshold. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Offseason 2 Update #1

Ahhh Specriggivi and the Death Valley Rangers have completed writing their record in the history books of the ECFA. The most dominating scoring defense in ECFA history, the Death Valley Rangers continued their march through the postseason. First round saw Death Valley post a 48-3 romp over Anchorage. Next round was the Biscayne Bay Pirates which DVR defeated by the final score of 28-17. Then Count Olaf had a career day as Death Valley rallied over Trenton Generals' first quarter touchdown to score 38 consecutive points to close out the game. It was a beautiful sight to behold if you like defense. 

 

Ahhh Specriggivi did his part as a contributor to the Rangers' historical defensive unit. Next season is already looking different with a number of DVR expected to be taken early in the EFL S27 Entry Draft and an expected regression to the norm imminent. But based on Death Valley's tradition, don't expect them to fall off by much. Specriggivi had once considered taking his talents to the EFL after his junior year -- but all signs appear to point to him staying the full four year. When asked about this, Specriggivi said that he wanted to become the greatest LB to come out of Death Valley (both within the program as well as in the EFL) and felt like he wanted to try and pull off a multi-ECFA title career. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Offseason 1 Update #1

Oh how things have changed. After coming on Lincoln's campus early as a highly touted redshirt running back who had aspirations of writing his name into the ECFA record books with a four-year career - it is official. Tres Uno will not be staying on campus beyond this season. There were deliberations within the Tres Uno camp - but ultimately Tres Uno's agent sudden ties to the Wisconsin Brigade organization as well as anticipated needs was too much for this talented running back to ignore. There were also friendly back-and-forth banter between Tres Uno and his counterpart Sandy Barkley, Jr. over who was better -- with SBJ declaring his intentions, Tres Uno couldn't turn down the opportunity to unleash havoc upon the ECFA with SBJ. This could be a very special season in the works for Lincoln. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Offseason 2 Update #2

There isn't really that much to report on from Ahhh Specriggivi's camp because he's decided to remain on Death Valley's campus and fulfill his four-year of service time for the Rangers. As a result, he's been stagnant in his development but has maintained his presence in the locker room, encouraging others to put in their work in order to help Death Valley. With a handful of talent gone from last season's championship team, this leaves the door open for others to come in and take Death Valley's spot atop the mountain. But the Rangers won't give up so easily - they do have more uncapping talent on offense this time around, so the weight of defending may lean more on the offensive unit this year compared to the defense. 

 

That doesn't mean that Specriggivi will fade into obscurity - he will continue to be a steady contributor on defense and seems to have adjusted his workouts - opting for a possible weight loss for his uncapping season next year in order to market himself as a more defensively versatile player capable of playing multiple positions as opposed to being a strong behemoth. He does have a full season to decide on this - so stay tuned for this one, folks. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Offseason 1 Update #2

Tres Uno has been a workhorse in the gym over the offseason, accumulating as much TPE as possible in anticipation of an outstanding uncapping season. In S26, the ECFA leading rusher was The Ice with 2,571 yards and he was barely over 200 TPE in his final season. Count Olaf, the #1 pick in the S27 Draft had 2,206 yards on 115 fewer carries and racked up 5 more touchdowns than Uno did in his freshman season. And Tres Uno was continually improving himself throughout his freshman season. Now that he's got a full season under his belt and has blown right by the 200-TPE threshold for uncapping/Draft-eligible players.... how much can Tres Uno pick up on the ground this year?

It will be interesting to see how well the new Lincoln Mammoths A.D. utilizes Uno - but Uno has made it very clear that he wants to be the bellcow of the offense. According to McWolf's career records on the Forums (last update when?), the single-season rushing yards record for an ECFA player belongs to Manchester's Dale Cooper in S19 who picked up 2,812 yards. Count Olaf's 28-TD season is the new record - another number for Tres Uno to aim. For Tres Uno, anything short of these two marks is unacceptable. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 3 Update #1

Ahhh Specriggivi seems to have emerged as one of the leaders of the Rangers’ defensive unit in his junior season with the Death Valley squad. Despite sitting at 199 TPE, Specriggivi played an instrumental role in slowing down Lincoln Mammoths Star running back Tres Uno in a big 24-21 win. Then Specriggivi followed up on that with a team-high 12 tackles in a tough 24-16 loss to Biscayne Bay Pirates. Specriggivi isn’t too far off the league leading pace - and all that as a capped linebacker? Watch out what this scary guy can do next season. 
 

There seems to be rumors that Specriggivi could be headed for Wisconsin due to his agent’s ties to the Brigade front office. The timeline seems to match up rather well with Specriggivi coming into the ranks as Wisconsin’s top two linebackers Gustav Palpaturner and TJ Dunne dives further into regression by the time S29 starts. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 2 Update #1

In Tres UNO’s uncapping season, expectations are sky high following a 2K-yard/23 TR freshman year. A good number of people have even tabbed Uno the preseason favorite for the Heisman Trophy. After running wild in the preseason, it seemed like destiny. Those are lofty expectations for anybody, right? 
 

So far, Uno has had a forgettable start to the year. A tough loss on the road against Death Valley where the Rangers D held him to under 100 yards. Not the best; but not the worst either. Week 2 showed that things could get really worse as Uno barely sniffed the field in a blowout win over Anchorage that saw backup running back Fungal Disease get his chance to be in the spotlight. How bad was it? Uno only picked up 39 yards. Things do not bode well for this running back who may have already peaked last season and hasn’t yet to mesh with the new coaching staff. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 3 Update #2

Death Valley... repeat? That's something that has never happened in ECFA history - but through the first six weeks of the season, Death Valley arguably has to rank up there among the legitimate contenders for the S27 Title. Death Valley possess Top-4 rankings in both scoring offense/defense, Top-5 rankings in Total Offensive Yards and Defensive Yards Allowed. While their rushing defense doesn't seem as formidable as it was in the past - their passing defense has been ridiculous allowing fewer than 90 yards through the air. That's defensive shutdown performance right there, and they're doing it week in, week out. With their next two games against the weak Sacramento Venom and Roswell Encounter, these Rangers could feast a whole bunch and prepare themselves for the huge Week 9 clash against Manchester. 

 

On an individual note, Specriggivi has been an absolute terror on defense - he's second amongst all ECFA Defenders in tackles despite playing next to an uncapping Skyler Phoenix and a strong B. Greening in the Rangers' linebacking corps. This guy is certainly on pace for a career high in tackles and will only be more scarier to play against next season when he truly finally uncaps. Yikes for opposing offensive coordinators.  

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 2 Update #2

This is quite an interesting sight to behold. Arguably the highest TPE earner in the upcoming S28 Draft Class and Lincoln Mammoths running back Tres Uno isn't even in the Top-10 in rushing yards among all runners. Only two rushing touchdowns to his name after a 2K-Yard/23 TD freshman campaign. What a joke. On top of that, he's even lost his Kick Return duties to Sandy Barkley Jr. despite averaging 30+ Kick Return Yards. At least Uno still has Punt Returns where he's averaging a mind-boggling 14.9 Punt Return Yards and has a PR Touchdown to his name. But one cannot really win Returner of the Year award without doing both KR and PR duties. Unless everybody else really stinks. It's clear and apparent that Uno isn't on the same page with the new Lincoln coaching staff and the fact that Uno is going up to the EFL immediately makes a whole lot of sense now compared to his initial four-year vision.

 

Lincoln Mammoths, on the other hand, recently pulled off a huge upset of the previously-undefeated Manchester Lookout on the road, winning a 13-10 nailbiter. That's a huge moral boost for the green Mammoths coaching staff. With the next few weeks against the Heroes Conference, this is a good time as any for the team to reconnect and get on the same page before Conference Play resumes again to close out the year. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 3 Update #3

Death Valley Rangers have answered the bell throughout their Heroes Conference gauntlet, defeating every Heroes opponent across their path behind the strength of their #2 ranked scoring offense/#1 scoring defense. The lone loss on the Rangers' scheduled? A Week 2 setback on the road against Biscayne Bay Pirates. Oddsmakers have already circled Week 13' rematch between the two teams on Death Valley's home field as the game to bet on the week. The Rangers will come 100% ready for this particular game, but by no means are they overlooking the next two teams on the schedule: Trenton Generals (rematch from the S26 Championship) and a road date against the red-hot Lincoln Mammoths. This may be the toughest three-game slate of all ECFA teams, but if the Rangers can get past this stretch unscathed, there's a good chance that the team could coast through the last three games on the schedule with ease. 

 

Ahhh Specriggivi and his formidable linebacking corps of Bryce Greening and S. Phoenix have been amazing this year stopping everybody in their path. Sure, you could say that Savage City Wraiths' leading rusher Alexander Rivers ran for 166 yards on the Rangers, but it took him 40 carries to do so -- a full yard and half below his season carry average. A friendly competition between these three DV linebackers have emerged as they are all neck and neck for the tackles lead as well as the other statistical categories. Who will emerge on top at the end of the season? This should be a fun one to monitor.

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 2 Update #3

After grumblings last week, it appears that Lincoln Mammoths running back Tres Uno has started to become more prominently (or better) utilized in the Mammoth's ground attack, topping 100+ yards from Week 6 through 10. This includes a 13+ YPC day in Week 7 against Roswell and a 178-yard/2 touchdown game in Week 10 against Athens. Lately, Lincoln has swapped Fungal Disease and Sandy Barkley, Jr. and it seems to have made Lincoln's ground game even more unstoppable. Will this continue, or will the Mammoths coaching staff go back to their original plan? That is the million dollar question facing the team. They do still have a home date in Week 12 against Death Valley, which could be the true test of how strong the Mammoths' running game is, then a road game against Biscayne Bay in Week 15. Should be exciting. 

 

Tres Uno has started to pick up his game lately and continues to showcase his world-class speed and agility, on par with Count Olaf's build from last year. We all saw how crazy Olaf went in the S26 Postseason last year - will Uno have that opportunity this year? Only time will tell. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 3 Update #4

S27 Death Valley Rangers isn't quite the same compared to last season, but the simple fact that they are currently 13-2 sporting Top-2 Scoring Offense and Defense in the ECFA shows that there wasn't much of a drop-off in the talent drain between the two teams. The Rangers' two losses this season came against the #1 Dogs in the Legends Conference - none other than Biscayne Bay Pirates who have only lost once all season long (in Week 1 against Hades Creek). It's fairly clear by now where the road to the S27 ECFA Title runs through, at least in the Legends Conference. Death Valley will have a nice tune-up in Week 16 against the #4 Seed Hades Creek Phalanx before they host the #3 Seed Lincoln Mammoths in the first round of the Legends Conference bracket. 

 

Ahhh Specriggivi has put together a career year out of his three years on campus to date. He is on verge of breaking 130 tackles and also has 12 TFL, 3 Sacks, 1 FR and 2 PDs to his name. The crazy thing - Specriggivi might not even be the best linebacker on the Rangers' unit, as one could make the case for Bryce Greening who has been crazy with 14 TFL, 7 sacks, 2 INTs and 6 Pass Deflections. Specriggivi has one more uncapping year ahead of him, so he could end his DVR career as the greatest LB stat-wise in the program's storied history. Specriggivi will hope that he's able to pull off back-to-back with the team, or even a three-peat... but one season at a time, young Spec. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 2 Update #4

Over the second half of this season, the Lincoln Mammoths have evolved their offense into a two-headed rushing monster led by Tres Uno and Sandy Barkley, Jr. with solid complementary receiving options headlined by uncapping receiver Brian Kirkland. On paper, this offense looks scary as hell but for some reason it just isn't quite enough when compared to the top dogs in the Legends Conference -- Biscayne Bay Pirates and the Death Valley Rangers. It's quite frustrating for this team which had high preseason expectations of themselves despite the new coaching staff. Despite the road postseason trip ahead of them, Lincoln has nothing to do except prepare themselves for a tough obstacle. 

 

More eyes will be on Tres Uno now than ever before, to truly see if he can help lead this team through the playoffs when the stakes get higher and everybody keenly looking on to see if this guy is truly the real deal. In other news, sources have all but confirmed Tres Uno to Wisconsin via the S28 EFL Entry Draft - so Wisconsin will be hopeful that Uno can help the team out as soon as next season without any waiting period. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 3 Update #4

S27 Death Valley not like S26? Well, I may be mistaken after all. Death Valley was able to defeat the favored Biscayne Bay Pirates on the road in the Legends Conference semifinals to punch their ticket to the ECFA championship game. Due to Death Valley’s second-best regular season record, they will host the championship game against the Manchester Lookout from the Heroes Conference. 
 

Can Specriggivi and company pull off the unthinkable back to back title campaigns? Trenton pulled it off a few seasons ago — can DVR be the second team to pull off the feat? It’s not going to be a easy feat to accomplish but Specriggivi and his defensive unit will be ready for the task at hand. History is waiting to be written. Let’s get it done Rangers. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Year 2 Update #5

Tres UNO’s ECFA career is officially over. His Lincoln Mammoths fought valiantly on the road against the Death Valley Rangers and still came up short. This is despite the fact that Uno and fellow running back Sandy Barkley Jr both averaged at least 8 yards per carry and scored a touchdown apiece. The Rangers held on to the ball for a whopping 35+ minutes in the game and that was the ultimate difference maker in the one-possession loss for Lincoln. 
 

This is a bit of a disappointing end to UNO’s relationship with Lincoln which could have been a whole lot more than what actually happened. Regardless, this running back is ready and eager to take his game to the EFL where he will face a big question- does he stay at running back or will the team force him to move over to wide receiver?

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Offseason 4 Update #1

What do you know??? Ahhh Specriggivi and his Death Valley Rangers have emerged victorious with the S27 ECFA Championship trophy! It's been a wonderful journey for the S27 Death Valley Rangers who faced some preseason questions about their ability to defend their title with the talent drain. The offense shined brightly behind the two-headed rushing attack of Shoyo Hinata and Thea Thanos with the Rangers' fearsome linebacking trio of Greening, Phoenix and Specriggivi leading the ferocious attack. They were underdogs in the playoffs but emerged victorious against the hated Biscayne Bay Pirates and set the tone early on in the dismantling of the Manchester Lookout in the ECFA Title Game. This makes it back-to-back for Death Valley and 3 in 4 seasons. Can Death Valley pull off the unthinkable and do a three-peat, which has not been accomplished since Alecbama did it with Alabama back in S7-9? I wouldn't count out these Rangers just yet. 

 

Looking ahead toward the future, it appears that Ahhh Specriggivi has some agency ties/links to the Wisconsin Brigade organization and could be destined for the Brigade in the S29 Entry Draft. This timeline would fit just perfect for the Brigade by then with their top two primary linebackers Gustav Palpaturner and TJ Dunne into regression at varying stages by then. Specriggivi could easily rise up Brigade's D/C and become the unquestioned LB leader of the Brigade defense as soon as Day 1. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Offseason 2 Update #1

Tres Uno has been quiet as of late. He's been hell bent upon working out throughout the offseason with an independent trainer and there has been conversations between Tres Uno and the Wisconsin Brigade of the EFL since it's no secret that these two parties are destined for the upcoming EFL S28 Entry Draft. In a shallow draft class, this pick becomes more meaningful for the Brigade as they'll be getting one of the best, if not the best prospect in the class with San Antonio's pick (#9 as of the end of the postseason). The ongoing question will be, will Tres Uno remain at running back, his desired position, where there is a potential logjam with incumbent second-year starter The Ice? Or will he give in and do whatever is the best for the team, as in making the move toward wide receiver where he'd need to work on his hands ASAP. 

 

We have not been able to get a peek into those aforementioned offseason workouts that Tres Uno has been doing and what attributes will be on full display in Tres Uno's rookie season in the EFL. Stay tuned folks. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Offseason 4 Update #2

Specriggivi is ready and raring to go into Y4 and his final ECFA season with the Death Valley Rangers. The S29 Draftee rankings are out and Specriggivi currently slots in at #2 among all linebackers as well as draft prospects (#1 being BOT BOT283 from Hades Creek Phalanx). #3 is Spec's own teammate, tight end TheCheese No. These two players are the only Rangers in the Top-20 of all S29 Prospects. A quick look at the list shows a lot of Manchester Lookout players in the Top-20, which basically means that the Lookout is 100% ready to unleash havoc and revenge upon the ECFA for coming up short in S27. 

 

But Specriggivi isn't too worried about that -- he's fully focused on trying to reclaim the #1 spot in the S29 Draft Class and is willing to do anything necessary in order to make sure that he is the single best prospect to come out of the ECFA this year. After some talks about Specriggivi re-rolling, he opted to maintain his weight advantage and will now focus on f**king up people as much as possible. He's already maxed out his speed (one of the fastest player in the entire draft class) and will now focus on rounding out his game into form as he prepares for a LBotY bid as well as the big jump. 

 

Tres Uno ECFA Offseason 2 Update #2

The final ECFA brand update for Tres Uno of the Lincoln Mammoths -- Uno was recently honored at the S27 ECFA Awards Show with the Returner of the Year award. That's not bad at all, but it isn't quite close to what everybody was expecting out of Uno in the preseason coming off a dynamic freshman season. 

 

Draft Day came and the rumors that everybody had suspected has officially been confirmed. Tres Uno was selected #9 Overall to the Wisconsin Brigade in the S28 EFL Entry Draft. This marks the beginning of an exciting chapter for Uno as he heads to join an up-and-coming Brigade offense that has really invested in their arsenal the last season+ and is ready to compete this year. Rookie mini-camps at Wisconsin has all but confirmed Wisconsin's plans with Tres Uno: they plan on running him out at wide receiver this year and have made significant investments into working on Uno's hands to better complement the strengths of Wisconsin's aerial attack, led by upcoming MVP candidate Cole Kelley at quarterback. 

 

Is Uno a legitimate contender for the Offensive Rookie of the Year award? Only time will tell. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 4 Update #1

Specriggivi was hungry for this year and rightfully so. After an impressive freshman campaign, Specriggivi built upon his success in both his sophomore and junior season with an increased role/leadership within the Death Valley Rangers’ defensive unit. There were back to back title campaigns, which was awesome - despite the annual roster turnover / talent drain in the ECFA. But we always felt that he was just scratching the surface of his potential. This year, Specriggivi has finally uncapped and the results are downright scary so far. 
 

Specriggivi recorded a career-high 14 tackles in Week 2 and through the first three weeks of the young ECFA season, Specriggivi is tied for the lead in the nation in tackles along with averaging one tackle for loss/game. Nice start for this linebacker who has been so confident in his abilities to predict himself as a front runner for the LBotY award this year. He’s certainly backing up his talk so far. 

 

Tres Uno EFL YEAR 1 Update #1

Here we go with the first official EFL update in Tres UNO’s career. We all know that Uno has made tremendous strides in working on his hands for the EFL as he prepares to slot himself in at WR3 underneath the dynamic duo of Demetric Kazmeir and Jurgen Flugel Hagendorfen. Not a bad way to start out your career, right? 
 

Along with tight end Johan Rantanelli, this group of playmakers have helped Wisconsin start strong this year by winning their first three games (compared to a 1-2 start last season). Wisconsin QB Cole Kelley has been playing like a dark horse MVP candidate leading the offensive attack. On the opposite side of the ball, newly acquired veteran cornerback Vivian Allison has made the difference for the Brigades passing defense, complementing fellow veteran free safety Mizzed Tackle as well as young Lemony Snicket. They have a massive test coming up on the road against New York in Week 4- stay tuned for that one folks. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 4 Update #2

Ahhh Specriggivi established a personal high for tackles in a game with 16 in Week 6 against the Athens Carnage. This was something that Specriggivi had been looking for all year long - a game where he'd literally be EVERYWHERE around the ball. On top of the 14 tackle/2TFL/1 Sack effort in Week 2 against Biscayne Bay, Specriggivi has now either owned outright or tied for the team lead in tackles in 3 out of the Death Valley Rangers' first 7 games of the season. On a league-wide basis, Specriggivi led all ECFA defenders in tackles with 62 through Week 6 and the most FF/FR combined with 2/3 respectively. It's been a strong year for the linebacker who also paces all S29 Draftees in TPE. 

 

Can he continue his strong rise up the ECFA recordbooks and rewrite some statistical categories? Oddsmaker are starting to give him some benefit of the doubt right now as the 255-lb behemoth may need to do a whole lot more going forward if he's to have a chance at earning the LBotY award or anything beyond that. His Death Valley Rangers also find themselves third in the standings behind Biscayne Bay and Hades Creek and have some work to do if they're to actually pull off the three-peat. 

 

Tres Uno EFL YEAR 1 Update #2

It's been one hell of a ride in Tres Uno's rookie year for the Wisconsin Brigade of the EFL. WINCONSIN has exploded out of the starting gate this year to a 6-0 record, leaving them the lone undefeated team in the EFL this year after the Denver Steam fell in Week 6. They've got one hell of a test in Week 7 when the Brigade plays host to the 5-1 San Antonio Wolfpack. But these Brigade are having a whole bunch of fun while they're at it and seems to have made a genius out of their second-year GM, Lester McCorn. McCorn took over a 4-12 Wisconsin team that was not too far removed from a 3-win campaign over a three-year span, turned them into a 8-8 team last season and could very well exceed everybody's expectations once again this year. 

 

Tres Uno has been a solid contributor as a third-option receiver for Wisconsin's quarterback and MVP candidate Cole Kelley, accumulating 34 catches for 422 yards and 3 touchdowns through the first 6 weeks. His personal best game came in Week 4 at New York when Uno collected 6 passes for a total of 108 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter. Wisconsin is starting to look legit with each passing game and Uno may have a bigger role to play yet in this season. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 4 Update #3

Death Valley Rangers have manuvered their way up the Legends Conference standing up to their familiar number two spot, behind the hated Biscayne Bay Pirates, as usual. Riding a five-game winning streak, Death Valley continues to ride the coattails of their formidable defensive front. This unit is yielding just 9.0 PPG (second best in the league) and just 259.1 Total YPG, the best among 12 ECFA teams. Again, numbers this year are going to be skewed on a historical perspective due to the two "BOT"teams in Grand Rapids and Sacramento being offered as sacrificial lambs for everybody else. 

 

Through Week 10, Specriggivi continues to lead the ECFA in total tackles and he recently returned an interception for a touchdown. This was totally unexpected of Specriggivi as he nearly fumbled the pass (clearly this guy is not accustomed to catching passes) -- but was able to hold on to the dear cargo and bolted his way past everybody else. On top of that, Specriggivi even also returned a kickoff for a touchdown in Week 11 - completely throwing everybody off guard and boosting his resume in the Returner of the Year conversation, which is seemingly wide open at the moment with no clear-cut frontrunner. Man, what can this linebacker NOT do?! 

 

Tres Uno EFL YEAR 1 Update #3

Wisconsin is no longer undefeated, having suffered a setback against the San Antonio Wolfpack in Week 7. Fortunately for the Brigade, that seems like an aberration more than anything else as the team would rebound to win their next three games, all against three of the bottom four teams of the Western Conference (Los Angeles, New Orleans and Seattle). The win against Seattle was record-breaking for Wisconsin as they threw down 75 points, led by quarterback Cole Kelley's nine touchdown passes. It is clear and apparent that Wisconsin possess the talent and ability to beat teams below them in the pecking order -- however, they still have a road date against Denver Steam - one of the potential EFL Title Game candidates from the Western Conference. 

 

Tres Uno has been putting togther a solid rookie season, collecting 570 yards on 48 passes and six touchdowns through the first nine games of the season. He's a clear number three in the pecking order with Wisconsin's top two guys, Demetric Kazmeir and Jurgen Flugel-Hagendorfen in the top-4 of the EFL in receiving yards, and JFH tied for the lead in receiving touchdowns. It's clear that Uno has made a smooth transition to wide receiver in his rookie season and this trio will only get better as the group is locked up at least through next season. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 4 Update #4

Only two regular season games left in Ahhh Specriggivi's storied four-year career on Death Valley Rangers' campus. After competing for the ECFA lead in tackles for most of the firsthalf this season, it appears that he's finally cooled off his relentless pace as the Rangers' defense has started to really shut down opponents through a cohesive team effort as opposed to a single individual playing from sideline to sideline. That's perfectly okay with Specriggivi because it means that his Rangers' unit is winning games (currently on a nine-game winning streak), highlighted by a statement Week 13 victory over Biscayne Bay where the Rangers did not allow a single offensive point to the loaded Pirates offense. 

 

No ECFA team has been able to successfully pull off the three-peat and the simple fact that Death Valley is literally fighting with the other top dogs in Biscayne Bay and Manchester for a shot at the title is simply mindblowing. If Specriggivi is successfully able to help the Rangers pull off a three-peat, this could cement his legacy as one of the greatest linebacker in DVR history, if not the best. Stuff of legend, I tell you. Oh, in other news -- Specriggivi has already been confirmed to Wisconsin Brigade via the S29 EFL Draft -- with Wisconsin holding San Antonio's pick, this could be another outstanding value pick for the Brigade organizaiton. 

 

Tres Uno EFL YEAR 1 Update #4

Tres Uno and his Wisconsin Brigade continues their dream season, seemingly steamrolling through opponents at will. Through the first 14 games of this season, the Brigade currently sport a 13-1 record and the #1 ranked scoring offense/defense as well as total yards (through Week 13). Tres Uno has been on fire lately, averaging over a hundred receiving yards and a touchdown over his last four games (wins over @Denver, Toronto, Miami and @Minnesota).

 

The squad faces a big test in Week 15 when they invite the second-seeded team New York to their home field in what could be an Eastern Conference Finals preview. In Week 4 at New York, Wisconsin thrashed New York to the tune of 52 points. You can surely count on New York looking for revenge this time around. It should be one hell of a matchup -- then Wisconsin will travel to Memphis on the road to wrap up S28. Tres Uno has already cracked 1,000 receiving yards on the season, an impressive rookie campaign as he looks to wrap up the Offensive Rookie of the Year award -- however, his odds will be tough going up against former Lincoln teammate and Miami wide receiver Brian Kirkland, who has a slight edge in receiving yards and better reception averages. 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Year 4 Update #5

Death Valley Rangers continue to take names and dispose of inferior competition at will. Ahhh Specriggivi has also continued to throw down some historic performances this season. After playing out of his mind at linebacker throughout the first half, it appears that Specriggivi has shifted over most of his energy to special teams. Specriggivi was able to tie a school record for the most return touchdowns in a single season with four (one kickoff, three punt returns).

 

This has continued well into the postseason as Specriggivi has now added a special team touchdown in both conference postseason games, both Death Valley victories. On the road against Biscayne Bay, DVR wasted no time in showing the hated Pirates who’s who for the second year in a row. Only one opponent stands between Specriggivi and history, and that’s the Manchester Lookout. It won’t be easy at all, but Specriggivi is determined more than ever before to cement his legacy in DVR lore. 

 

Tres Uno EFL YEAR 1 Update #5

Tres Uno and his Wisconsin Brigade squad returns to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in more than 5 years. Uno played a huge part in the Brigade’s passing attack, leading the squad in receptions and receiving yards as they feasted on the short handed Miami Neptune squad who still put  up a hell of a fight. 
 

Only a Toronto stands in between Wisconsin and a return trip to the EFL title game. Wisconsin was able to defeat Toronto twice in these two teams' regular season matchups this season, with the defense showing its ability to clamp down on Toronto's running back Khalid Carson. Wisconsin's passing attack is virtually unstoppable with the trio of Uno, Jurgen Flugel-Hagendorfen, and Demetric Kazmeir. Can they do it? Is this team destined for history? Am I really dreaming? Only time will tell, folks! 

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Offseason 4 Update #6

Ahhh Specriggivi's storied career as a Death Valley Ranger is officially over. These DVR valiantly tried and came as close as anybody has ever before to accomplish the three-peat at the junior level, which has not been accomplished since Alabama in the first decade (when the developmental league was known as the NCAA). In his final ECFA game against Manchester Lookout in the S28 ECFA Title Game, Specriggivi led the defensive attack with a total of 12 tackles, but it simply was not enough as Manchester won the game 24-13. After returning punts for touchdowns, spurring fire in the Rangers the first two postseason games, Specriggivi couldn't get anything going on special teams in the title game when things mattered the most. 

 

However, there is nothing to be ashamed of. Specriggivi finishes his ECFA career with a cumulative regular season record of 54-10 (.844 Win Pct.), and 2 ECFA Championships in 3 Title Game appearances. He also holds the single-season record for tackles (136 in S27), co-holds the single-season return touchdowns mark (4, tied with Merlin Honeycutt) and is tied for second in sacks (5 in S28) and is one of only 11 players in school history to record a defensive touchdown. Career-wise, Specriggivi ranks 1st in tackles (436), 2nd in sacks (12), ranks 3rd in TFLs (30) and is tied for fourth in forced fumbles (4). 

 

It's been one hell of a ride and Specriggivi is ready for bigger and better things. On to Wisconsin. 

 

Tres Uno EFLOffseason 1 Update #1

You couldn't have written up a better rookie season for Tres Uno. A 15-1 mark, 1,200+ receiving yards and 10+ touchdowns, and a dominating postseason run en route to Wisconsin's first EFL Title since S18. The only question that remains on Uno's rookie season is whether or not he earns the Offensive Rookie of the Year honor. Uno and his teams had a huge victory parade through the town of Madison where hundred of thousands gathered to celebrate their champions. 

 

Will Wisconsin be able to defend their title? They return mostly everybody with the exception of Vivian Allison the cornerback. With Specriggivi joining the aging linebacking ranks, Wisconsin will need to find Allison's replacement somewhere along the secondary if they're to have any chance of defending their title. The offense, on other hands, will be 100% ready to wreak havoc once again.  

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Ahhh Specriggivi ECFA Offseason 4 Update #2

Ahhh Specriggivi wasn't quite done with the ECFA yet. At the awards show, Specriggivi walked away with the Returner of the Year award for his historical special teams season. While he fell short in his LBotY/DPotY goal, it was clear and apparent that his numbers wasn't quite there. Hard to choose between playing defense or special teams, but at least Specriggivi walks away with an individual hardware out of his career in the junior ranks. 

 

S29 Draft came and went -- to the surprise of no one, Specriggivi went to Wisconsin with the 10th overall selection that Wisconsin got in the trade with San Antonio during the S28 Draft Night. This was a good fit on paper as Wisconsin's two linebackers in Gustav Palpaturner and TJ Dunne are now both regressing and Specriggivi will provide a youthful spark to the Brigade linebacking corps, perhaps even becoming the face of the second line of defense as soon as next season, depending on how his development progresses. 

 

Specriggivi hopes to become the first Wisconsin Defensive Rookie of the Year award recipient. Based on his offseason workouts, Specriggivi has been hell bent on rounding out his build into form in order to make an immediate impact. He's got my vote for DRotY. 

 

Tres Uno EFLOffseason 1 Update #2

The dream season is in the books. Wisconsin defeated Denver 40-26, dropping 30 points on the Steam in the first half and never looked back. It's clear and apparent that there was no stopping these S28 Wisconsin Brigade on their date with destiny and EFL history. In the EFL Title game, Uno collected in six receptions for 63 yards and a touchdown to kick off the second half, putting the game way out of reach and stopping any and all momentum that Denver was hoping to pick up in the final 30 minutes of the game. 

 

At the S28 EFL Awards show, Tres Uno was honored with the Offensive Rookie of the Year award, the first such honor in Wisconsin Brigade history for his outstanding season. When asked about this, Uno was still in disbelief considering his situation as the third receiving option in the loaded Wisconsin offense. Looking forward to S29, Wisconsin returns EVERYBODY on offense and they replace two defensive starters (Man Handler -> Ahhh Specriggivi and Vivian Allison --> Michael Phelps). Can Wisconsin pull off the repeat? Stay tuned folks. 

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