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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3000 on: July 09, 2019, 02:04:52 PM »





Sounds like a chance at redemption.  I'm in my dude!

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3001 on: July 09, 2019, 02:06:30 PM »
Welcome to the Inferno!

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3002 on: July 09, 2019, 08:10:21 PM »
Go get yourself situated, Robert.

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Ashley, please let Jeremy Martin know that we are going to take him up on the offer to come in and teach our running backs. I’ve processed the payment already with the league.

After that, could you get me in touch with James T Crain?

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JTC, how are you? I wanted to speak with you about your client, DT Eugene Washington. I would like to bring him on board here on a 1 year deal worth $500K.

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3003 on: July 11, 2019, 03:40:26 PM »
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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3004 on: July 27, 2019, 05:40:16 PM »
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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3005 on: July 30, 2019, 08:05:46 PM »
Excellent. Pleasure as always, James.

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Ashley, I believe we are ready to get training camp started. Here’s the information.

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TEAM CAPTAINS GM's MUST COMPLETE THIS TASK
1. QB Stephen Shelley
2. WR Ralph Brown
3.K Andrew Hernandez
4. DE Shawn Oakman
5. CB Burton McAllister
6. LB Jeffrey Hildebrand



MINI-CAMP ASSIGNMENTS GM's MUST COMPLETE THIS TASK

OFFENSE:
1.James Dodds - Football IQ
2.Orlando White - Strength
3.James Gray - Football IQ
4.Stephen Shelley - Football IQ

DEFENSE:
1.Willian Gray - Tackling
2.Sammie Wyant - Tackling
3.James Blodgett - Agility
4.Charles Yoon - Strength

TRAINING CAMP COACH:
1.Jeremy Martin - RB Coach



MASTER DEPTH CHART GM's MUST COMPLETE THIS TASK

QB- Stephen Shelley
QB2- Stephen Ulrich
QB3- James Sanders
QB4- Tyler Pivetta

RB1- Adrian McCaffrey
RB2- Brandon Hartley
RB3- Robert Lima
RB4- James Gray

FB- Stephen Treadwell

TE1- James McClary
TE2- Gary O’Donnell

LWR- Ralph Brown
LWR2- Terrell Pond

RWR- James Dodds
RWR2- Gregg White

SWR- Eric West
SWR2- John Busby

LT- Ralph Nutter
LT2- Stephan Goebel

LG- Steven Shore
LG2- Freddie Morneau

C- Darrin Yost
C2- Donald Benton

RG- Orlando White
RG2- Freddie Morneau

RT- Ricky Bowman
RT2- Cain Rose

LDT1- Sammie Wyant
LDT2- Eugene Washington

RDT1- Charles Yoon
RDT2- George Slender

LDE1- Shawn Oakman
LDE2- Nash Lemieux

RDE1- Christopher Chandler
RDE2- George Gaskins

MLB1- Jason Webb
MLB2- Jack Rosenberg

LOLB1- James Blodgett
LOLB2- Rene Dempster

ROLB1- Jeffery Hildebrand
ROLB2- Taco Tipton

LCB1- Burton McAllister
LCB2- Anthony Garland

RCB1- Willian Gray
RCB2- Daniel O’Neill

NCB1- Sylvester Bieber
NCB2- Donovan Orr

FS1- Matthew Graham
FS2- Sebastian Barry
FS3- Daniel Scully

SS1- Joseph Upton
SS2- Richard Hunt

K- Andrew Hernandez
P- Damien Shively

KR1- Brandon Hartley
KR2- Willian Gray

PR1- Brandon Hartley
PR2- Willian Gray



ADDITIONAL DEPTH CHARTS THIS IS OPTIONAL, YOU CAN OPT TO ROLE WITH YOUR "MASTER DEPTH CHART" OR LEAVE THIS AS COACHES DECISION FOR ONE, MULTIPLE, OR ALL FORMATIONS

I-FORMATION & PRO SET
QB- Stephen Shelley
RB- Adrian McCaffrey
FB- Stephen Treadwell
TE- James McClary
LWR- Ralph Brown
RWR- James Dodds
LT- Ralph Nutter
LG- Steven Shore
C- Darrin Yost
RG- Orlando White
RT- Ricky Bowman

SHOTGUN & SPREAD
QB- Stephen Shelley
RB- Adrian McCaffrey
TE- James McClary
LWR- Ralph Brown
RWR- James Dodds
SWR- Eric West
LT- Ralph Nutter
LG- Steven Shore
C- Darrin Yost
RG- Orlando White
RT- Ricky Bowman

4-3 DEFENSE
LDE- Shawn Oakman
RDE- Christopher Chandler
LDT- Sammie Wyant
RDT- Charles Yoon
MLB- Jason Webb
SLB- James Blodgett
WLB- Jeffrey Hildebrand
LCB- Burton McAllister
RCB- Willian Gray
FS- Matthew Graham
SS- Joseph Upton

NICKLE DEFENSE
LDE- Shawn Oakman
RDE- Christopher Chandler
LDT- Sammie Wyant
RDT- Charles Yoon
MLB- Jason Webb
SLB- James Blodgett
LCB- Burton McAllister
RCB- Willian Gray
NB- Sylvester Bieber
FS- Matthew Graham
SS- Joseph Upton

SPECIAL TEAMS
K- Andrew Hernandez
P- Damien Shively
KR1- Brandon Hartley
KR2- Willian Gray
PR1- Brandon Hartley
PR2- Willian Gray



STRATEGY GM OR COACHES DECISION ON ANY/ALL

Attitude: Coaches Decision
Focus: Balanced
Tempo: Normal
Passing Focus: Coaches Decision
Pass To: Coaches Decision
Primary Receiver: Ralph Brown
Running Focus: Coaches Decision
Running Backs: Coaches Decision
Backfield Focus: Bell Cow (Adrian McCaffrey)
Tight End Focus: Coaches Decision

DEFENSE
Attitude: Coaches Decision
Focus: Coaches Decision
Primary Coverage: Coaches Decision
D-Line Focus: Coaches Decision
Linebacker Focus: Coaches Decision
Player Radio: Coaches Decision
Match CBs to WRs?: Coaches Decision

Playing Time: Mostly Starters



PLAY CALLING GM Chooses who calls plays, and assigns desired percentages if not left up to play calling coach

OFFENSE RUN/PASS RATIO

Play Caller: Offensive Coordinator (Coach Houser)
Run/Pass Ratios: Coaches Decision

DEFENSE BLITZ RATIO

Play Caller: Head Coach (Coach Barbour)
Blitz Ratios: Coaches Decision



PR CAMPAIGNS 

Stephen Shelley - The Comeback Kid ($500K)
Last year was not the year Shelley had hoped for, but this year will be different. We will run a series of commercials featuring his best plays as a member of the Inferno, reminding fans of the talent that Shelley has to offer. At the end of each commercial, we will see a shot of Shelley making a big play before a voice over says “The Comeback Begins” followed by the date of the first game of the season. As this sequence plays throughout the season, the date that is said will change to that of the next upcoming game.

Willian Gray/James Gray - Shades of Gray ($500K)
Two players on different sides of the ball. Two different shades of Gray for the Inferno. This campaign will showcase both players side by side in various ads both print and on social media. We will also run a short commercial during the season showing the two men side by side. The differences in how they play, what they do, how they act.

Adrian McCaffrey - The New Man on Fire ($500K)
To introduce McCaffrey to the Inferno fan base, we will run a commercial showcasing his talent: his rushing, his catching, his ability to make defenders miss. As he runs, the ground behind and below him will catch fire leaving a trail of burnt ground in its wake. Or scorched earth if you’d rather. This will also be a social media campaign with pictures of a burned patch of ground with the tag of “AMC Was Here”.

Shawn Oakman - The Mighty Oaktree ($250K)
The Oaktree will stand tall in the way of the opposition and stop them from imposing their will. He knocks them back and sends them sprawling when they run into him. Oakman was a beast on the defensive line last season and he will reprise that role this season. We will showcase this in a short commercial that will play throughout the season.

Burton McAllister - Just Don’t Call Me Kevin ($250K)
We will do some comedy sketches based off of the holiday favourite Home Alone. Burton will stop some opposing receivers by throwing toy cars, marbles, ornaments, tar in front of them to try and slow them up, trip them and stop them. One sketch will even have a paint can come down and hit the receiver just as it looks like he is going to get passed Burton. Creative ways to stop receivers. Each sketch will end with Burton saying “this is my house, I have to defend it”.

Jason Webb - Into the SpiderWebb ($250K)
If you try and get passed Webb, you are going to get caught in his SpiderWebb. The opposition will be stopped in their tracks as they get stuck in the Webb. And when they do, Webb will make them pay. He’s done a good job at it so far during his time in the league, and that will continue as time goes along. This will be done in the form of videos throughout the season to hype up and promote the Linebacker.



MUSICAL LICENSES

1. “Mama Said Knock You Out” by LL Cool J
This song will play before every game as the Inferno players are coming out onto the field. It will help to pump up the crowd and get everyone ready for the game.

2. “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osborne
This song will play after every touchdown scored at home. More specifically, the opening will play, getting the crowd fired up after a score.

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3006 on: August 26, 2019, 01:31:01 PM »





Hello sir,  Our PR was wildly successful across the board, so congratulations there.

As for ESPN the Magazine's rankings for our team in their pre-season preview, we are ranked #2 in Offense.  14th in Defense, 4th in Special Teams.

We have A's at QB and Kicker, B's at RB, WR, TE, T, G, DE, & SS, and C's at the rest.


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« Reply #3007 on: September 02, 2019, 11:21:20 PM »
1. Use three words to classify how your off-season went and explain.

Rebuild. Retool. Reignite.

This was one of those years where we made a lot of moves which I feel were for the better. We moved some big contracts out and brought in some great talent that will help us reignite this team and get the Inferno blazing again. But that’s kind of what you have to do when you are sitting in a spot like we were, where the team was getting older and our picks were non existent, and I feel like we did a good job at asset management. Now it’s time to watch as the team burns up the opposition week in and week out.

2. Coming out of training camp, where do you rank your team in the division, in the conference, and in the league?

We have the talent on both sides of the ball to go shot for shot with some of the best teams in the league, and I feel we rank up near the top. We might have had a down year last season, but we are primed to rise back up. Some people might look down on us, but I would not be surprised to see us as one of the top 5 teams in the league. With the way camp went and the improvements I saw, we have that kind of team.

3. Do you have any position battles planned for the preseason?  Which jobs are up for grabs and what do you hope to gain from the preseason games?

I don’t know if there are any specific areas where we are still trying to sort out the starters from the bench, but I believe we will look at everyone equally and see if there  are any changes we need to make as we head into week one of the season.

4. List one victory and one failure for you personally this off-season as the GM of this franchise.

Being able to bring Adrian McCaffrey here was a victory for me and the team. The retirement of Martin left a big hole on offence, and bringing in McCaffrey allows us to not miss a beat and still put out a great running back to mow teams down.

A failure? Not bringing in Dale Bright. Maybe I shouldn’t list it as a failure since everything was equal, but I had set sights to bring him back. On the plus side, that failure led to us bringing in Christopher Chandler, so maybe it was a victory disguised as a failure.

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3008 on: September 03, 2019, 08:35:48 AM »
"With Mr. Burns having to step away from ownership as he undergoes a trek to find treatment abroad, what do you think of Robbie Burns' expectations for this club?"

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3009 on: September 03, 2019, 09:02:20 AM »
Robbie Burns’ expectations of us are quite in line with our own. At the end of the day, Robbie Burns wants to win. I want to win. The coaches want to win. The players want to win. We all want the same thing and who knows, maybe Robbie gave us a bit of a kick in the right direction.

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3010 on: September 03, 2019, 10:47:37 PM »
 





Alright, it's all on the line this year boss.  Anything you want to go over?

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3011 on: September 03, 2019, 11:04:07 PM »
Most of what you guys said in the report and what I saw in camp was great. But I did want to talk to you about the defensive backs.

When I read the report, my first instinct was to cut Matthew Graham and Anthony Garland and add two new bodies to give us better depth. After having some time to digest things I’m still leaning that way, but only after we’ve scouted some potential replacements. I have some names in mind just have to see if they will pan out.

Are you on board with that? Any other year I might try and work with them and avoid a GM Lucas-esque quick-trigger, but in a year where, as you said, it’s all on the line, I am more inclined to make his kind of move to give us proper depth.

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3012 on: September 03, 2019, 11:18:53 PM »
 





I agree with your line of thinking, it might also send a message to everyone that we are all in.

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« Reply #3013 on: September 04, 2019, 05:20:23 AM »
Excellent. Glad we are on the same page.

Further with that, Daniel Scully...what did you make of him? In the event we aren’t able to uncover a diamond in the rough, is Scully capable of starting at free safety?

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3014 on: September 05, 2019, 02:15:30 PM »
 





He could step in and play, but the quality of work would be iffy. He's got decent speed but he's just unpolished.

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« Reply #3015 on: September 05, 2019, 03:11:18 PM »
That was my thought from what I saw. Hopefully we can find someone who might be able to provide a bit more for us there.

Other then those eventual changes, I think the defense is looking pretty set positionally.

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« Reply #3016 on: September 05, 2019, 03:22:52 PM »
 





I'd agree with that.  We at least know what we have in most cases.

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« Reply #3017 on: September 05, 2019, 08:30:32 PM »
That we do. The test might be just seeing how we want to roll out the defensive line.

Alright coach, I’m going to deal with a few things. I’m sure we will reconnect before the pre season.

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Ashley, can you get my in touch with Deion Hester please?

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Deion, these aren’t the type of calls I like to make...

This call is in regards to your client Matthew Graham. We brought him in to compete for a starting spot, but it seems like he’s fallen further behind. Rather then keep him on and let him waste away at the bottom, we are going to release him and hope that he is able to latch on elsewhere and play some meaningful football. I’m sorry it has come to this but I wanted to be the one to tell you, rather then you find out on twitter or something.

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« Reply #3018 on: September 07, 2019, 11:29:57 AM »
 





Man that sucks to hear, but I get it.. Matthew will work hard to prove you wrong wherever he ends up.

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« Reply #3019 on: September 07, 2019, 11:49:09 AM »
Thanks for being understanding Deion. We wish Matthew the best.

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Ashley, Coach Houser please.

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Coach I wanted to ask you about our QBs quickly.

Obviously we will go with Shelley to start, but the leash will be short on him. If we see some terrible performances the first few games I have no issues changing it up.

To that end, I want to give Ulrich some play in the preseason. Do you have a preference which game we give him?

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« Reply #3020 on: September 07, 2019, 07:23:49 PM »
 





I'd prefer the second game, let Shelley play game 1, get some confidence and then rest him until the opener, let Ulrich get the bulk of the work in game 2.

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« Reply #3021 on: September 07, 2019, 08:30:18 PM »
Sounds good. I didn’t have a preference so that works for me.

The only other thing I’m thinking of changing going into the season, Coach Houser, is at TE. I think I’m going to slot O’Donnell as our TE1 and move McClary to TE2. Both are good but O’Donnell seemed to show a bit more during camp.

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« Reply #3022 on: September 07, 2019, 10:39:17 PM »





Oh I agree, O'Donnell is definitely better than McClary is at this point, but we do have two legit tight-ends, which is nice for depth and creativity.

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« Reply #3023 on: September 07, 2019, 11:11:25 PM »
I love it, gives us a lot of options.

Alright, coach that’s all I had about the offence. I will let you get back to preparing for the pre season.

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Ashley, can you get me in touch with Jeremy Martin?

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Jeremy, hows it going? First off, I want to thank you for coming in and helping out during camp. A lot of the players enjoyed having you there, and our RBs learned a lot from you.

Second, I wanted to hammer down the day of your jersey retirement. I was thinking Week 9 vs. Lincoln or Week 17 vs KC...preference?

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« Reply #3024 on: September 07, 2019, 11:13:33 PM »
HE PREFERS WEEK 17

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« Reply #3025 on: September 11, 2019, 10:06:03 PM »
Then that is what we shall do.

Thanks again, Jeremy. See you soon.

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Ashley, Stephen Shelley please.

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Steph! How are you doing man? From what I’ve heard it sounds like you’re ready to put last year behind you, which is great to hear. I definitely can’t wait to see you out there slinging the ball against every defence.

I just wanted to take a moment and let you know our plan for the pre season. You are going to play in game 1, and then game 2 we will give to Ulrich and you will sit. Give you a chance to rest up a bit extra before the season begins proper. We are going to want you ready and raring to go for week 1.

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« Reply #3026 on: September 14, 2019, 12:42:57 PM »
 





I'm in a good place mentally boss, so I'm looking forward to getting on the field and then getting ready for the regular season.  I'm good with your plan.

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« Reply #3027 on: September 14, 2019, 05:35:41 PM »
Excellent, can’t wait to see you out there on the field. I will let you head back to practice.

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Ashley, Mike Maker please?

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Mike, how’s it going? I wanted to talk to you about your client FS Paul Brown. We’d like to bring him to Rapid City. What would he say to a 1 year deal worth $1 million dollars?

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« Reply #3028 on: September 14, 2019, 07:45:58 PM »






Make it $1.25MM and you've got a deal.

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« Reply #3029 on: September 14, 2019, 09:17:34 PM »
I can make that work, Mike. Glad to have Paul on board.

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Ashley, Scott Forrest please.

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Scott, I hate to make this call, but we are going to have to cut your client LB Charles Harvey. We acquired him to make a deal work, but unfortunately have a need at a different position.

But because of this, we will still pay your client the full $250K that he is owed for the season. I don’t want him missing out on the money from the contract that he signed. We wish him the best and hopefully he is able to find a home elsewhere.

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« Reply #3030 on: September 14, 2019, 10:01:54 PM »
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« Reply #3031 on: September 15, 2019, 09:59:19 AM »
Thanks, Scott. I’m sure we will talk again soon.

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Coach Brown please.

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Alright coach, I’m sure you’ve seen by now but we’ve made some changes to the defensive backs. Out are Graham and Garland and on their places we have brought in Luis Paulson and Paul Brown.

Paulson will likely slot in at CB4 and give us some depth. Brown will likely start at FS for us with Scully as FS2 and Berry as FS3.

Sound good?

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« Reply #3032 on: September 15, 2019, 02:10:32 PM »
 





Looks good boss.

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3033 on: September 15, 2019, 02:27:21 PM »
Were there any other concerns you had about the defence before we head out for the pre season?

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3034 on: September 15, 2019, 02:29:26 PM »
 





Nothing worth holding up the start of our season. We need to see guys in some games.

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Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Reply #3035 on: September 15, 2019, 06:55:26 PM »
Excellent. Let’s get to it then. I will let you get back to practice.

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Ashley, can you send this to the coaches?

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Master Depth Chart Changes:

TE1: Gary O’Donnell, TE2: James McClary
CB1: Burton McAllister, CB2: Willian Gray, CB3: Sylvester Bieber, CB4: Luis Paulson, CB5: Donovan Orr, CB6: Daniel O’Neil
FS1: Paul Brown, FS2: Daniel Scully, FS3: Sebastian Berry

Game 1:

Rotation: Mostly Starters
Tempo: Normal
Depth Chart Changes:
QB1: Stephen Shelley, QB2: Stephen Ulrich, QB3: James Sanders, QB4: Tyler Pivetta

Game 2:

Rotation: Mostly Starters
Tempo: Normal
Depth Chart Changes:
QB1: Stephen Ulrich, QB2: James Sanders, QB3: Tyler Pivetta, QB4: Stephen Shelley

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