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Welcome to the eighth week recap of the Inaugural Season of the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football.

The 1925 College Football Playoff would have pitted the 8-1 #4 Pittsburgh Panthers at the 9-0 #1 Alabama Crimson Tide and the 7-1 #3 Michigan Wolverines at the 8-0 #2 Dartmouth Indians, for a chance to compete in the 1926 Rose Bowl and the 1925 National Championship.

Box Scores

Denny Field - Tuscaloosa, AL
#1 Alabama Crimson Tide 14, #4 Pittsburgh Panthers 7

Alabama Crimson Tide
Grant Gillis: 5/14, 75 Yds, Int
Red Barnes: 13 Carries, 64 Yds, TD
Red Brown: 1 Reception, 18 Yds

Pittsburgh Panthers
Unknown: 8/17, 107 Yds, Int
Unknown: 13 Carries, 51 Yds, TD
Unknown: 1 Reception, 17 Yds

Memorial Field - Hanover, NH
#2 Dartmouth Indians 14, #3 Michigan Wolverines 7

Dartmouth Indians
Bob MacPhail: 5/18, 74 Yds, 2 Int
Newman Horton: 15 Carries, 68 Yds, TD
Unknown: 1 Reception, 17 Yds

Michigan Wolverines
Benny Friedman: 1/11, 17 Yds, 2 Int
Benny Friedman: 12 Carries, 61 Yds, TD
William R. Flora: 1 Receptions, 17 Yds

Rose Bowl
#2 Dartmouth Indians 14, #1 Alabama Crimson Tide 7

Alabama Crimson Tide
Grant Gillis: 5/13, 93 Yds, Int
Pooley Hubert: 13 Carries, 61 Yds, TD
Hoyt Winslett: 1 Reception, 20 Yds

Dartmouth Indians
Bob MacPhail: 8/15, 127 Yds, TD, Int
Andy Oberlander: 14 Carries, 62 Yds, TD
Newman Horton: 1 Reception, 19 Yds, TD

Just some rambling on the Michigan and Bears games, as well as, College Football 150 scheduling, and the Hong Kong NBA controversy.

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Welcome to the seventh week recap of the Inaugural Season of the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football.

The 1869 college football season consisted of two football programs, the Rutgers College Queensmen and College of New Jersey Tigers. The series split 1-1. Now the Queensmen and Tigers look to duke it out for a National Title.

November 6th, 1869, a date that would go down in American sports history. For on that day the College of New Jersey Tigers made the twenty-mile trip to New Brunswick, New Jersey to take on the Rutgers College Queensmen in a new code of football.

Just some rambling on the Michigan and Bears games as well as on the new California college athlete bill and Spider-Man's return to the MCU.

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Welcome to the sixth week recap of the Inaugural Season of the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football.

Week 6
Champaign-Urbana Otter Guys (1-4-0-0) at Shooter Shoots (2-3-0-0)
Green Bay Norsemen (3-2-0-0) at Anchorage Polar Bears (5-0-0-0)
Nashville Nightmare (4-1-0-0) at Windy City Gust (4-1-0-0)
Pawnee Li'l Sebastians (1-4-0-0) at Golden Tate Warriors (0-5-0-0)

The 1978 College Football Playoff would have pitted the #1 Penn State Nittany Lions (11-0-0) against the #4 Oklahoma Sooners (10-1-0) in the Rose Bowl and the #2 Alabama Crimson Tide (10-1-0) against the #3 USC Trojans (11-1-0) in the Fiesta Bowl, for a chance at National Championship in the Orange Bowl.

Games are simulated in a custom text sim, and results recreated in NCAA Football 11.

Box Scores

Rose Bowl
#1 Penn State Nittany Lions 27, #4 Oklahoma Sooners 24

#1 Penn State Nittany Lions
Chuck Fusina - 10/21, 131 Yds, TD, 2 Int
Matt Suhey - 19 Carries, 72 Yds, TD
Scott Fitzkee - 3 Receptions, 47 Yds, TD

#4 Oklahoma Sooners
Thomas Lott - 4/9, 70 Yds, TD, Int
Billy Sims - 33 Carries, 194 Yds, TD
Steve Rhodes - 1 Reception, 20 Yds, TD

Fiesta Bowl
#2 Alabama Crimson Tide 24, #3 USC Trojans 17

#2 Alabama Crimson Tide
Jeff Rutledge - 8/14, 111 Yds, TD, Int
Tony Nathan - 16 Carries, 80 Yds, TD
Bruce Bolton - 2 Receptions 37 Yds, TD

#3 USC Trojans
Paul McDonald - 11/17, 168 Yds, TD, Int
Charles White - 29 Carries, 124 Yds, TD
Calvin Sweeney - 3 Receptions, 63 YDs, TD

Orange Bowl (National Championship)
#2 Alabama Crimson Tide 23, #1 Penn State Nittany Lions 17

#1 Penn State Nittany Lions
Chuck Fusina - 11/22, 166 Yds, TD, Int
Matt Suhey - 22 Carries, 101 Yds, TD
Scott Fitzkee - 3 Receptions, 51 Yds, TD

#2 Alabama Crimson Tide
Jeff Rutledge - 8/15, 98 Yds, TD, Int
Tony Nathan - 18 Carries, 90 Yds, TD
Keith Pugh - 2 Receptions 31 Yds, TD

Just some rambling quickly on some of this week's college and pro football games, plus the new news on Antonio Brown.

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Welcome to the third week recap of the Inaugural Season of the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football.

Week 5
Champaign-Urbana Otter Guys (1-3-0-0) at Anchorage Polar Bears (4-0-0-0)
Windy City Gust (3-1-0-0) at Pawnee Li'l Sebastians (1-3-0-0)
Nashville Nightmare (3-1-0-0) at Golden Tate Warriors (0-4-0-0)
Shooter Shoots (2-2-0-0) at Green Bay Norsemen (2-2-0-0)

The 1979 College Football Playoff would have pitted the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (11-0-0) against the #4 Florida State Seminoles (11-0-0) in the Fiesta Bowl and the #2 USC Trojans (10-0-1) against the #3 Ohio State Buckeyes (11-0-0) in the Cotton Bowl, for a chance at National Championship in the Rose Bowl.

Games are simulated in a custom text sim, and results recreated in NCAA Football 11.

Box Scores

Fiesta Bowl
#1 Alabama Crimson Tide 24, #4 Florida State Seminoles 10

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide
Steadman Shealy - 5/10, 77 Yds, Int
Steadman Shealy - 22 Carries, 104 Yds, TD
Keith Pugh - 3 Receptions, 42 Yds

#4 Florida State Seminoles
Jimmy Jordan - 11/27, 129 Yds, TD, 3 Int
Mark Lyles - 21 Carries, 71 Yds
Jackie Flowers - 3 Receptions, 36 Yds, TD

Cotton Bowl
#3 Ohio State Buckeyes 24, #2 USC Trojans 14

#2 USC Trojans
Paul McDonald - 10/23, 117 Yds, TD, Int
Charles White - 30 Carries, 187 Yds, TD
Kevin Williams - 2 Receptions, 29 Yds, TD

#3 Ohio State Buckeyes
Art Schlichter - 12/21, 198 Yds, TD, Int
Calvin Murray - 21 Carries, 107 Yds, TD
Doug Donley - 4 Receptions, 80 Yds, TD

Rose Bowl (National Championship)
#3 Ohio State 13, #1 Alabama Crimson Tide 10

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide
Steadman Shealy - 3/9, 59 Yds, Int
Steadman Shealy - 20 Carries, 105 Yds, TD
Keith Pugh - 2 Receptions, 40 Yds

#4 Ohio State Buckeyes
Art Schlichter - 5/15, 72 Yds, TD, Int
Calvin Murray - 16 Carries, 77 Yds
Doug Donley - 2 Receptions, 33 Yds, TD

Just some rambling quickly on some of this week's college and pro football games, plus the new player news on Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger, Adam Vinatieri, and Antonio Brown.

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Welcome to the third week recap of the Inaugural Season of the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football.

Week 4
Golden Tate Warriors (0-3-0-0) at Anchorage Polar Bears (3-0-0-0)
Pawnee Li'l Sebastians (1-2-0-0) at Green Bay Norsemen (1-2-0-0)
Windy City Gust (2-1-0-0) at Shooter Shoots (2-1-0-0)
Nashville Nightmare (3-0-0-0) at Champaign-Urbana Otter Guys (0-3-0-0)

The 1958 College Football Playoff would have had included the #1 Georgia Bulldogs (11-0-0), #2 Florida State Seminoles (10-1-0), #3 Pittsburgh Panthers (10-1-0), and #4 Oklahoma Sooners (9-2-0).

Games are simulated in a custom text sim, and results recreated in NCAA Football 11.

Box Scores

Cotton Bowl
#1 Georgia 17, #4 Oklahoma 14

Georgia
Buck Belue: 7/13, 95 Yds, TD, Int
Herschel Walker: 27 Car, 142 Yds, TD
Lindsay Scott: 2 Rec, 33 Yds, TD

Oklahoma
J.C. Watts: 2/8, 56 Yds, Int
J.C. Watts: 21 Car, 100 Yds, TD
Bobby Grayson: 1 Rec, 30 Yds

Sugar Bowl
#3 Pittsburgh 24, #2 Florida State 20

Florida State
Rick Stockstill: 9/20, 108 Yds, TD, Int
Sam Platt: 22 Car, 99 Yds, TD
Hardis Johnson: 2 Rec, 26 Yds, TD

Pittsburgh
Dan Marino: 12/32, 183 Yds, TD, 2 Int
Randy McMillan: 18 Car, 84 Yds, TD
Dwight Collins: 2 Rec, 44 Yds, TD

Fiesta Bowl (National Championship)
#3 Pittsburgh 20, #1 Georgia 17

Georgia
Buck Belue: 7/15, 110 Yds, TD, Int
Herschel Walker: 32 Car, 180 Yds, TD
Amp Arnold: 2 Rec, 35 Yds, TD

Pittsburgh
Dan Marino: 21/39, 309 Yds, TD, 2 Int
Randy McMillan: 19 Car, 77 Yds, TD
Benjie Pryor: 5 Rec, 72 Yds, TD

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Week 3
Shooter Shoots at Anchorage Polar Bears
Champaign-Urbana Otter Guys at Green Bay Norsemen
Windy City at Golden Tate
Nashville Nightmare at Pawnee Li'l Sebastians

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Week 2
Anchorage Polar Bears at Green Bay Norsemen
Shooter Shoots at Champaign-Urbana Otter Guys
Golden Tate Warriors at Pawnee Li'l Sebastians
Windy City Gust at Nashville Nightmare

The 1958 College Football Playoff would have had included the #1 LSU Tigers (10-0-0), #2 Iowa Hawkeyes (7-1-1), #3 Army Cadets (8-0-1), and #4 Auburn Tigers (9-0-1).

Games are simulated in a custom text sim, and results recreated in NCAA Football 11.

Box Scores

Sugar Bowl
Auburn 16, Louisiana State 13

Louisiana State
Warren Rabb: 10/20, 139 Yds, TD, Int
Billy Cannon: 22 Car, 97 Yds, TD
Johnny Robinson: 3 Rec, 50 Yds, TD

Auburn
Lloyd Nix: 11/22, 146 Yds, TD, 2 Int
Ed Dyas: 16 Car, 52 Yds, TD
Geral Wilson: 3 Rec, 38 Yds, TD

Orange Bowl
Army 24, Iowa 14

Iowa
Randy Duncan: 10/24, 136 Yds, TD, 3 Int
Ray Jauch: 16 Car, 89 Yds, TD
Don Norton: 2 Rec, 34 Yds, TD

Army
Joe Caldwell: 8/21, 150 Yds, 2 TD, Int
Bob Anderson: 21 Car, 98 Yds, TD
Pete Dawkins: 2 Rec, 58 Yds, TD

Cotton Bowl (National Championship)
Army 24, Auburn 17

Army
Joe Caldwell: 8/19, 153 Yds, TD, Int
Bob Anderson: 19 Car, 90 Yds, TD
Pete Dawkins: 2 Rec, 48 Yds, TD

Auburn
Lloyd Nix: 9/18, 118, TD, Int
Ed Dyas: 12 Car, 53 Yds, TD
Leo Sexton: 2 Rec, 27 Yds, TD

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Welcome to the first week recap of the Inaugural Season of the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football.

Week 1
Anchorage at Champaign-Urbana (GOTW)
Green Bay at Shooter
Golden Tate at Nashville
Pawnee at Windy City

Just some rambling on why I've been missing, the next CFP video, NCAA Week Zero and One, and NFL Predictions.

The 1981 College Football Playoff would have featured the Clemson Tigers, Georgia Bulldogs, Alabama Crimson Tide, and Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, and Cotton Bowl.

BOX SCORES

SUGAR BOWL
Clemson 17, Nebraska 13

Clemson
Homer Jordan: 6-16, 83 Yards
Jeff McCall: 12 Carries, 86 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Perry Tuttle: 3 Receptions, 53 Yards

Nebraska
Turner Gill: 6-12, 65 Yards
Roger Craig: 20 Carries, 112 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Todd Brown: 1 Reception, 20 Yards

ORANGE BOWL
Georgia 20, Alabama 13

Georgia
Buck Belue: 6-13, 92 Yards
Herschel Walker: 35 Carries, 168 Yards, 2 Touchdowns
Lindsay Scott: 2 Receptions, 40 Yards

Alabama
Walter Lewis: 4-12, 88 Yards
Ken Coley: 16 Carries, 58 Yards, Touchdown
Joey Jones: 1 Reception, 29 Yards

COTTON BOWL (NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP)
Georgia 30, Clemson 17

Clemson
Homer Jordan: 10-22, 134 Yards
Jeff McCall: 11 Carries, 89 Yards, Touchdown
Perry Tuttle: 5 Receptions, 70 Yards

Georgia
Buck Belue: 14-25, 196 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Herschel Walker: 49 Carries, 304 Yards, 2 Touchdowns
Lindsay Scott: 5 Receptions, 71 Yards, 1 Touchdown

The 1964 College Football Playoff would have featured the Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and Michigan Wolverines in the Rose Bowl, Cotton Bowl, and Orange Bowl.

QUICK BOX SCORES

ROSE BOWL
Michigan 17, Alabama 10

MICHIGAN
Bob Timberlake: 9-21, 121 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Bob Timberlake: 27 Carries, 151 Yards, 1 Touchdown
John Henderson: 4 Receptions, 48 Yards, 1 Touchdown

ALABAMA
Joe Namath: 9-17, 109 Yards
Steve Bowman: 23 Carries, 127 Yards, 1 Touchdown
David Ray: 2 Receptions, 31 Yards

COTTON BOWL
Arkansas 23, Notre Dame 17

ARKANSAS
Fred Marshall: 6-16, 77 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Jack Brasuell: 30 Carries, 84 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Jim Lindsey: 2 Receptions, 33 Yards, 1 Touchdown

NOTRE DAME
John Huarte: 10-21, 183 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Bill Wolski: 15 Carries, 44 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Jack Snow: 5 Receptions, 105 Yards, 1 Touchdown

ORANGE BOWL (NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP)
Arkansas 17, Michigan 10

ARKANSAS
Fred Marshall: 8-15, 110 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Jack Brasuell: 17 Carries, 61 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Jim Lindsey: 3 Receptions, 47 Yards, 1 Touchdown

MICHIGAN
Bob Timberlake: 1-9, 13 Yards
Bob Timberlake: 13 Carries, 52 Yards
John Henderson: 1 Reception, 13 Yards

The 1985 College Football Playoff would have featured the Penn State Nittany Lions, Oklahoma Sooners, Iowa Hawkeyes, and Miami Hurricanes, playing in the Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl, and Fiesta Bowl.

QUICK BOX SCORES

COTTON BOWL
Penn State 30, Miami (FL) 17

Penn State
John Shaffer: 14-32, 229 Yards, 2 Touchdowns
D.J. Dozier: 22 Carries, 59 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Ray Roundtree: 2 Receptions, 43 Yards, 1 Touchdown

Miami (FL)
Vinny Testaverde: 15-22, 230 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Warren Williams: 10 Carries, 68 Yards
Willie Smith: 3 Receptions, 53 Yards, 1 Touchdown

SUGAR BOWL
Oklahoma 24, Iowa 17

Oklahoma
Jamelle Holieway: 3-9, 60 Yards
Lydell Carr: 23 Carries, 124 Yards, 2 Touchdowns
Keith Jackson: 2 Receptions, 46 Yards

Iowa
Chuck Long: 8-28, 103 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Ronnie Harmon: 14 Carries, 66 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Bill Happel: 2 Receptions, 23 Yards

FIESTA BOWL (NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP)
Oklahoma 30, Penn State 17

Oklahoma
Jamelle Holieway: 7-13, 160 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Lydell Carr: 28 Carries, 87 Yards
Keith Jackson: 3 Receptions, 76 Yards, 1 Touchdown

Penn State
John Shaffer: 8-25, 92 Yards
D.J. Dozier: 18 Carries, 83 Yards, 2 Touchdowns
Dean DiMidio: 1 Reception, 14 Yards

The College Football Playoff for the 1986 college football season would have featured the likes of the Miami Hurricanes, Penn State Nittany Lions, Oklahoma Sooners, and Michigan Wolverines in the Sugar, Orange, and Cotton Bowls.

The 1987 College Football Playoff would have featured the Oklahoma Sooners, Miami Hurricanes, Florida State Seminoles, and Syracuse Orangemen.

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