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  1. Sweet 16 to Championship-Final post of the series, unless someone comments(all rounds were randomly paired) Sweet 16|Group Winners vs Runner-Ups-Phoenix/Cleveland Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena-Winners of Portland/Miami/Anaheim/San Antonio Texas A&M(SEC-8A) 76-65 Oklahoma(Big12-2B) California(Pac12-7A) 78-62 Xaiver(BigEast-5B) North Carolina(ACC-1A) 72-70 Oregon(Pac12-8B) Utah(Pac12-6A) 73-60 Virginia(ACC-7B) Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena-Winners of NYC/Brooklyn/Detroit/Indianapolis Michigan St.(BigTen-5A) 85-86 Villanova(BigEast-1B) West Virginia (Big12-4A) 59-72 Kentucky(SEC-6B) Oregon State (Pac12-2A) 58-73 Miami(FL)(ACC-3B) Kansas (Big12-3A) 92-74 Duke(ACC-4B) Elite 8|Chicago, IL-United Center Southeastern-Kentucky 59-70 Kansas-Big 12 Big East-Villanova 92-74 Texas A&M-Big 12 Atlantic Coast-Miami(FL) 82-77 Utah-Pacific 12 Pacific 12-California 60-80 North Carolina-Atlantic Coast Final Four and National Championship |NRG Stadium-Houston, Texas National Semifinals Villanova(BE) 62-71 Kansas(B12) Miami(ACC) 63-83 North Carolina(ACC) National Final Kansas Jayhawks defeat North Carolina Tarheels 78-69 Kansas wins Title
  2. So the Group Stage, Teams are split into 4 pots of 8 to make 8 groups Pot A-Champions of the Top 8 confrences-UNC,KU,UK,Oregon,Seton Hall,Mich St, St Joes, UConn Pot B-UVA,Nova,Xaiver,Oklahoma,WVU,Miami,Utah,TxA&M Pot C-Duke,Cal,ISU,Indiana,Providence,Oregon St, USC, Temple Pot D UNC Wilmington,Buffalo,SDSU,Fresno St.,Green Bay,UNI,Yale,Gonzaga Top 2 Advance-Winners in Italics-Each group in One City Group 1-Miami, FL-American Airlines Arena North Carolina 3-0 Villanova 2-1 Iowa State 1-2 Gonzaga Group 2-New York City-MSG Connectiut 1-2 Oklahoma 2-1 +9 Oregon State 2-1 +14 UNC Wilmington 1-2 Group 3-Indianapolis-Bakers Life Fieldhouse Kansas 3-0 Miami 2-1 Providence 1-2 Buffalo 0-3 Group 4-Brooklyn, NY-Barclays Center Seton Hall 0-3 West Virginia 3-0 Duke 2-1 Green Bay 1-2 Group 5-Detroit, MI-Palace of Auburn Hills Michigan St 3-0 Xaivier 2-1 Southern California 1-2 Fresno State 0-3 Group 6-San Antonio, TX-AT&T Center Kentucky 2-1 Utah 3-0 Temple 1-2 South Dakota State 0-3 Group 7-Anaheim, CA-Honda Center Saint Josephs 1-2 Virginia 2-1 +3 California 2-1 +10 Northern Iowa 1-2 Group 8-Portland, OR-Moda Center Oregon 2-1 Texas A&M 3-0 Indiana 1-2 Yale 0-3
  3. It is Final Four time, and I wonder how weird the tournament would be with a UCL style format as an event. The event is split into various rounds, with Rounds Q1/Q2 at campus sites; Playoffs at Dayton and Oakland; Groups at Miami, Brooklyn, Anaheim, Indianapolis, Detroit, New York, Portland, and San Antonio; Sweet 16 in Cleveland and Phoenix; Elite 8 in Chicago; and the Final Four in Houston 24 Teams Qualify for the Group Stage(12 Champions and 12 At-Larges) Top 8 Conferences have their champions put into Pot A, and the other 16 are split into pots with the 8 Playoff winners-Teams are split into Champions and League Routes in Q1, Q2 and the Playoff Round Auto Qualifiers for GS Pot A:(B12)Kansas,(P12)Oregon,(ACC)UNC,(BE)Seton Hall,(B10)Michigan State,(SEC)Kentucky,(A-10)Saint Joseph's,(AAC)UConn Unseeded+At Large:(CAA)UNC Wilmington,(MAC)Buffalo,(Sum)South Dakota St.,(MWC)Fresno State; Virginia, Villanova, Xavier, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Miami, Texas, Texas A&M, Duke, Cal, Iowa State, Indiana This post will go up to the Playoff Rounds Qualifying Round 1-Champions-champions of the 8 weakest conferences by BPI(CBS source)/League-16 lowest seeded at larges|Campus Sites Champions-Hampton 63-58 Southern---UNC-Asheville 58-62 Weber State---Fairleigh Dickenson76-78 Cal State Bakersfield---Florida Gulf Coast 64-94 Stephen F. Austin League-Temple 67-66 Wichita State---Texas Tech 77-74 Virginia Commonwealth---Providence 79-69 Maryland---Butler 54-70 Oregon State Tulsa 63-90 Pittsburgh---Michigan 76-74 Colorado---Vanderbilt 62-64 Syracuse---Cincinatti 60-76 Southern California Qualifying Round 2-Remaining Champions are split into Upper 8 and Lower 8 by BPI, QR1 League winners face teams entering in this round|Campus Sites Champions-Weber State 76-69 AK Little Rock---Stephen F Austin 72-73 Green Bay---Holy Cross 50-79 Yale---Middle Tennessee 69-71 Chattanooga Stony Brook 65-83 Gonzaga---Austin Peay 53-75 Hawaii---Hampton 66-83 Northern Iowa---Cal State Bakersfield 70-74 Iona League-Temple 87-71 Texas---Providence 79-76 Arizona---Oregon State 87-68 Dayton---Michigan 83-67 Notre Dame---Syracuse 71-70 Purdue Pittsburgh 80-62 Wisconsin---Texas Tech 80-61 Iowa---Southern California 73-67 Baylor Champions Playoff Round-UD Arena|Dayton, Ohio-Winners Advance to Group Stage Iona 67 Gonzaga 79 Northern Iowa 78 Hawaii 67 Chattanooga 72 Weber State 57 Yale 77 Green Bay 57 League Playoff Round-Oracle Arena|Oakland, California-Winners Advance to Group Stage Oregon State 82 Michigan 70 Pittsburgh 75 Providence 76 Syracuse 71 Temple 74 Southern California 77 Texas Tech 76 Teams Advancing(WCC) Gonzaga, (MVC) Northern Iowa, (SoCon) Chattanooga, (Ivy)Yale, Oregon St. Providence, Temple, USC Group Stage Coming Soon
  4. Well that's surprising thanks for telling me that I will be following (CFA2-D5)Granville v (L1-D1)Marseille In the French Cup today and hope US Granville advances to survive another day in their Cinderella run,
  5. If they want to give scholarships, they are REQUIRED to play D1, or go D3 and have 100% walk-ons with 0 scholarships
  6. Like the FA Cup, the winner is guaranteed a spot in a continental tournament, the CONCACAF Champions League. It may be not winning the league, but if you win and don't make the Postseason Final/win the regular season championship, it will get you in the continental cup. It is the oldest active Association Football competition in the US (first run in 1914), and has plenty of prestige. In the US where it is a five tier system with another College system on another plane (5-Most amateur teams, 4 PDL/NPSL-Advanced Amateur, 3 USL-Low Professional, 2 NASL- Professional, 3 MLS-Top Tier Professional, plus the independent NJCAA(JUCO)/NCAADIII, NAIA/NCAADII, NCAADI (each with different conferences of varying skill levels)) It is complicated, and just as annoying figure out, so if Cal FC beat a MLS team, then that is a shock because that is pretty much a Non-League team from a level below the Conference National, or maybe the Conference level in general beating a team in Premiership By the way there is no D2 in Hockey, only D3 and D1, so the D2 hockey schools will play in D1 or D3 for hockey due to that rule
  7. You know in the open cup and end of season tournaments in sports, you see the normal teams, then you see those teams. The teams that come from so out of nowhere you wonder how they even got there, and what their league is, then wonder how they beat the teams ahead of them. The teams that make for some weird fixtures, and pull some upsets that make you question how good that team really is. Tell me some of those moments, but one rule, they have to be in a weirdly high position for their status and it must be a Open Cup or the top tier Postseason Tournament(like the US NCAA D1 basketball tournament) Example-France/Division Five|Championnat de France Amateur 2- Groupe H Union Sportive Granville has made it to the Quarterfinals in the Coupe de France R7-def Dives(D6) 2-0 R8-def St Nazziare(D6) 2-0 Ro64-def Laval(D2-Ligue 2) 2-1 Ro32-def Sarreguemines(D5-CFA 2) 3-1 Ro16-def Bourg-Peronnas(D2-Ligue 2) ET 1-0 QtrFnl-vs Marseille(D1-Ligue 1) March 3rd
  8. Do the Bowls and Doughnuts have a different menu for their somewhat different style of seating, and are there corner-less options for those who want stands on all of the sides and have the ends of the side stands touch the others
  9. Montreal Expos to Washington or Baltimore Stallions to Montreal(requires Browns not to move) (USA/CAN)I would prefer MTL have a baseball team but if only one, FC Wimbledon to Milton Keyes (UKGBNI) These is no reason that this had to happen 100%, it might have needed to, but might not have been the only option, this very controversial move angered so many fans, they instead bought a team to carry on the tradition, which now play in the lower professional leagues of the English Football System. Another note-If the Browns don't move to Baltimore, then the Stallions might have stayed in Baltimore as the last American CFL team
  10. And this is why i'm glad that it is 7up replaces sierra Mist Twst in Pepsi's lineup outside the US, though most of the time I will have to see this nightmare of a logo/name combo
  11. It was in the works, at the end, 2/3 of the nations got in, the US missed out. I'd Say 3+Canada to make a Japan-Americas Division because it would be easier on the South Africans, Japanese, and Argentines, and yes the Japanese and Argentines must play with the South Africans, if done it would make the J-A Division be as below(US/CAN Names are examples, with regions) One for California, One for anything EAST of Texas in the South and EAST of Indiana in the North, and vice versa Btw, for Super Rugby, a actual league is needed, so if this is successful, then this league is the backbone of the US-CAN teams, SANZAR's nations each have a local league, which feeds into "super all-star" teams of sorts that represents that region in Super Rugby, so the west might be very powerful compared to the Plains and East Coast, if done right, NCAA players and PRORugby Players should be the members of these teams. Note-This future League is at least sanctioned by USARugby and World Rugby so don't worry as much
  12. Thanks! It might be big, but it looks very well done, and it looks perfect with it more compact, with one exemption that I do not blame you for, my fault really(see below), and I can see how mine might be the biggest here. Your work all looks good, and it must be hard doing everything the first time around.(You do have templates for doing multiples for the stuff you have done) Did I put it in right? I should have asked for the TdC for Rennes, and the winning year was 71', and for the 2015 IFAF wc trophy, here is the design, I finally got the chance to show it, but looking at the banners it might be hard to see. Sorry for not getting you that one sooner, I couldn't get an image of it quickly.
  13. I think the important trophies are the same, but cant be sure, but who knows with trophies, leave the L2s out, and I don't mind if the current team badges are used for them, the current logo looks nicer, and the older logos are hard to find, and I find it easier to find American things, sadly. 70s/80s, though I can't be sure trophy to the right is the MVFC champions trophy
  14. And before you ask, and some clarifications, sorry if you already know USA American Football World Championships Women's 2010, 2013 Men's 2007, 2011, 2015 US Open Cup Fire 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006 Man U All First Division Championships, PL and 1stD Capital One (League) Cup 1992, 2006, '09, '10 Club World Cup 2008 This is the the IFAF trophy I fould find 90s-2011 mens The 2015 mens should be on Facebook of the IFAF page, but I cannot find the Womens at this time