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About Seadragon76

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  1. USFL Alternative History: 1985 to...

    Let's see... Dallas Javalinas? (That's the wild pig that is the mascot for Texas A&M-Kingsville)
  2. LOGOLYMPIAD 2017 - EVENT 4 - Wordmark

    Well, this is the first time I'm doing anything involving this competition... I'm just hoping for a few votes, honestly.
  3. 2017 High School Football

    That has happened in the past for Iowa when each class was 32 teams for the playoffs. Now that it's at 16 teams, it's easier to separate the good from the average and the bad.
  4. 2017 NFL Season

    OK, Buffalo is in the playoff picture and they (yet again) throw Taylor under the bus for this no-name rookie that is a turning in an all time horrible showing.. 6 completions and 5 picks. I agree with @BlackBolt3 here. This is a train wreck... but, yet again, this is nothing new from the Walking Mediocrity. Oh, and if Taylor isn't going in the 2nd half after that show, then I hope the Chargers drop 60 on them. I'd be more ashamed if I was a Kansas City fan.. not only did your offense lay an egg, they somehow let the Sentient Derp win.... shame on you, Chiefs.
  5. 2017 college football postseason: lower divisions

    North Carolina A&T is already tied into the Celebration Bowl, so that's why they're out. But Austin Peay has a better record then Northern Iowa, South Dakota AND New Hampshire. Their lone loss in FCS play was to Jacksonville State... which means they went 8-1 against their peers. There's a lot of horse puckey involved here.
  6. 2017 college football postseason: lower divisions

    Okay, it's time for the FCS playoffs to be set... They announced the top four seeds already. Now for the bracket itself. -Lehigh at Stony Brook (Winner gets #1 James Madison) -Western Illinois at Weber State (Winner gets #8 Southern Utah) -Monmouth at Northern Iowa (Winner gets #5 South Dakota State) -Central Connecticut at New Hampshire (Winner gets #4 Central Arkansas) -Samford at Kennesaw State (Winner gets #3 Jacksonville State) -South Dakota at Nicholls State (Winner gets #6 Sam Houston State) -Furman at Elon (Winner gets #7 Wofford) -San Diego at Northern Arizona (Winner gets #2 North Dakota State) OK... South Dakota and New Hampshire in over Austin Peay and McNeese State?!? WTF, man???
  7. 2017 High School Football

    There was 4 left... Now it's down to one. Kalama won it's quarterfinal game with Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 50-15. The win gives them a date (and a rematch) with Napavine. The Tigers ended Toledo's season 35-7. This rematch is a big deal because Kalama defeated Napavine in Week 2, putting the Chinooks into the number 1 spot in the state polls, a position that they've kept from that point on. Rainier saw it's season end against Santiam Christian in Hillsboro, meaning they finish a game short of the Class 3A final and Naselle got routed by Almira-Coulee-Hartline ending their season in the state quarterfinals.
  8. 2017 college football postseason: lower divisions

    First round in Division II and Division III are done, so time for a recap... In Division II, if you were a 2 seed or a 4 seed... you had a bad day. Only one 2 seed (Minnesota State) and only one 4 seed (Ferris State) moved on. In fact, in Super Region 3 the lower seeds all won. Next week, the top seeds come in to play. In Division III, there were not that many upsets as only 3 road teams won (Those three? Case Western Reserve, Frostburg State and Husson) while the top seeds all ran away with their games by a combined total of 169-6.
  9. LOGOLYMPIAD 2017 - Event 2 Voting

    Gold: 22 Silver: 11 Bronze: 20
  10. Division 1 College Conference Realignment

    Really? I thought they were doing just fine and dandy in the MEAC.
  11. Division 1 College Conference Realignment

    That's a pretty good move on the part of the Big South to add in USC Upstate. Like you mentioned, they fit in pretty well in a geographic sense. The other move... maybe Liberty is jumping ship or could it be an additional school joining the conference? Who knows.
  12. Division 1 College Conference Realignment

    I decided to do a little snooping around after seeing this for the first time... @sc49erfan15 mentioned that one of the schools is a for-profit school, which would fit for Salem. The other school MUST be a football playing school since they're going to lose Liberty and the rumor mill rolling about the possible fate of Presbyterian's football team. There's talks or Tarleton State in Texas moving up, but that's far from the Big South.
  13. 2017 college football postseason: lower divisions

    For me, it's local teams... or close to local. At D-II, it's Central Washington. Kind of cool they got a first round bye. It's a nice prize for an unbeaten season. In D-III, it's Linfield. They're usually the best in the Northwest but they were challenged this year by George Fox. Of course, they put them down. In NAIA, it's Southern Oregon. No reason. As for Sprint Football... They had their title game last Friday with Army defeating Penn. They introduced a divisional format this season.
  14. 2017 college football postseason: lower divisions

    D-III brackets are being announced right now.. Here's the match-ups. Quadrant 1 -Lakeland at UW-Oshkosh -St. John's (MN) at North Central -Franklin at Wartburg -Monmouth (IL) at Trine Quadrant 2 -Washington and Lee at Mount Union -Case Western Reserve at Illinois Wesleyan -Johns Hopkins at Washington and Jefferson -Frostburg State at Wittenberg Quadrant 3 -Chapman at Mary Hardin-Baylor -Hardin-Simmons at Linfield -Eureka at St. Thomas (MN) -Huntingdon at Berry Quadrant 4 -Western New England at Delaware Valley -Husson at Springfield -Plymouth State at Brockport -RPI at Wesley NAIA is also set... -Benedictine (KS) at St, Francis (IN) -Concordia (MI) at Reinhardt (GA) -Sterling (KS) at Morningside (IA) -Southeastern (FL) at Lindsay Wilson (KY) -Dickinson State (ND) at Southern Oregon -Georgetown (KY) at Baker (KS) -Northwestern (IA) at Langston (OK) -Grand View (IA) at St. Xavier (IL)
  15. 2017 college football postseason: lower divisions

    So, to refresh everyone on how the lower levels work. FCS: 24 teams. There's 10 automatic bids (Two of them already clinched by Jacksonville State and San Diego) and 14 at-large bids. The top 8 teams are seeded and given 1st round byes. The final is in Frisco, TX. The MEAC, SWAC and Ivy League all abstain from the playoffs... now, what 4_tattoos said is correct. The MEAC does allow it's non-champion teams to compete in the playoffs, but the SWAC does not, for the time being. This season is the final season for the title game in the SWAC. This means that any team (Not named Grambling, Southern or Alabama State) can accept an at-large bid. Division II: 28 teams enter. It's the top 7 teams in each Super Region. The top seed in each region earns a first round bye. The final is in Kansas City, KS. As for the Super Regions... -Super Region 1: Great Midwest, Mountain East, Northeast-10, PSAC -Super Region 2: CIAA, Gulf South, South Atlantic, SIAC -Super Region 3: Great American, GLIAC, Great Lakes Valley, MIAA -Super Region 4: Great Northwest, Lone Star, Northern Sun, Rocky Mountain Division III: 32 teams enter. There's 25 automatic bids, 2 bids for leagues that doesn't have automatic status (The American Southwest and NEWMAC are those leagues) and 5 at-large bids (The NCAA refers to these as Pool 'A' for the automatic bids, Pool 'B' for the leagues that don't have automatic status and Pool 'C' for the at-large bids). Travel restrictions play a big role here as the 1st Round games must have a maximum travel distance of 500 miles. The final is in Salem, VA. NAIA: 16 teams. Automatic bids are only given out if a conference champion finishes in the Top 20 of the Coaches Poll. As of now, there's at least 9 automatic bids, which creates 7 at-large bids. The final is in Daytona Beach, FL. NJCAA: There's 9 bowl games at the Juco level. The number 1 team can choose to make it's bowl game the National Championship Game only if number 2 agrees to play there. If not, then the final rankings determines the national championship.