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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.


Clemson 17, Nebraska 13

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

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

Georgia 20, Alabama 13

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

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

Georgia 30, Clemson 17

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

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.


Michigan 17, Alabama 10

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

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

Arkansas 23, Notre Dame 17

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

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

Arkansas 17, Michigan 10

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

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.


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

Oklahoma 24, Iowa 17

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

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

Oklahoma 30, Penn State 17

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.

1988 College Football Playoff would have featured the likes of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Miami Hurricanes, West Virginia Mountaineers, and the Florida State Seminoles in the Rose Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and Orange Bowl.

I'm sorry to break it to ya, but it's just not gonna happen. If you feel that it is and have counters, please let me know in the comments, and please be right.

Shawn Oakman's forced fumble that went for a touchdown.

From their highlight video, just decided to isolate it in case someone is specifically looking for his highlights.

Welcome back to another edition of the Historic College Football Playoff, this one for 1989 to 1990 College Football Season. Will Colorado get their revenge against Notre Dame this time around, will Miami prove they were truly the best, or perhaps Michigan might come from nowhere to surprise us all?

Howdy y’all, Jackson here with Icjerk Studios and welcome back to Death Penalty, and as we he’d into week 7, that means I will let you into my recruiting bubble, and as we are actually winning games this season we actually have some signees as well.

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Hello and welcome to Chicago, Illinois for the 2008 Edition of the Chicago College All-Star Game. This years matchup pits the defending champion New York Giants against this years rookie class, featuring the likes of Jake Long, Matt Ryan, and Jerod Mayo. Will the Giants start the season on the right foot, or will this years rookie class show they are the real deal?

On December 31, 2016 sophomore quarterback Jake Browning lead his #4 Washington Huskies against the mighty #1 Alabama Crimson Tide in College Football Playoff Semifinal Game at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. He would come in having finished 6th in the Heisman Trophy vote, tossing 42 touchdowns against only 7 interceptions along with 3,280 passing yards. This however would be the last time he would really be in the national spotlight. What happened, and how did he get there, and what is happen now?

We are heading into our 4th game of the season and sit at 2-1, can we pull the upset against undefeated and Sun Belt leading Troy to get halfway to bowl eligibility?

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Hello and welcome to Chicago, Illinois for the 2009 rendition of the Chicago College All-Star Game. Today’s match up pits the defending Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers against the College All-Stars, featuring the likes of Matthew Stafford, B. J. Raji, and Jeremy Maclin. Will the Steelers start the season on the right foot, or will the stumble against this year’s rookie class? Let’s find out.

As we head into our second season post Death Penalty, we add a new face of our program by way of graduate transfer. Will he lead us to post season glory, or will our ineptitude hold him back?

I give my thoughts on the Alliance of American Football (AAF), through two weeks.

Tthe 1983-84 College Football season ended with the Miami Hurricanes edging out the then undefeated Nebraska Cornhuskers 31-30 at home in the Orange Bowl, to eventually be awarded both the AP and Coaches Poll National Championships. But what if the College Football Postseason had existed as it does today? Would then #4 Miami have been able to pull off the same upset over #1 Nebraska, this time on a neutral field, for a shot to play the National Championship at home again, or would Nebraska complete a perfect season, or perhaps even the #2 Texas Longhorns or #3 Auburn Tigers would use this opportunity to claim their first National Titles in more than a decade?

What happens when scandal rocks a university, causing the NCAA to step in to cancel the upcoming season just weeks before kickoff and causing the whole roster to leave. Well you get the Death Penalty dynasty mode.

The Little Brown Jug is the first and oldest trophy game in college football. The jug originated for the 1903 matchup as then Michigan head coach Fielding Yost instructed student manager Thomas Roberts to buy a jug so the team could supply their own water out of fear the Minnesota fanbase might try to contaminate their water supply. The game would end two minutes early as the Minnesota fans would storm the field after the Gophers tied the game a six. In the chaos the jug would be forgotten and when the teams met again in 1909 the team captains of both squads decided the jug “might be material to build up a fine tradition between the two institutions." And so, it has with the Michigan-Minnesota rivalry game being played 103 times, 96 of which have been done with the Little Brown Jug in play. Michigan currently leads the all-time series 75-25-3, and the next matchup set for October 17, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The 2018 rendition, if it had been played, would also have been in Minnesota and would have feature a Michigan squad that would go 10-3 and be ranked 14th in the final AP poll and a Minnesota squad that would finish the season 7-6, but go out defeating Georgia Tech 34-10 in the Quick Lane Bowl.

Welcome to Chicago, Illinois for the 2010 Edition of the Chicago College All-Star Game. The NFL is represented by the reigning Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints, who finished off a dream season for the city of New Orleans, less then five years after the devastating Hurricane Katrina. The All-Stars on the other hand are led by the St. Louis Rams’ first overall pick, Sam Bradford, Nebraska standout and now Detroit Lion Ndamukong Suh, and the Buffalo Bills C.J. Spiller. Will the Saints put a cap on their dream season, or will the be upset by this year’s rookie class?

2010 Chicago College All-Stars
QB, Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame (Panthers)
QB, Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (Rams)
HB, C.J. Spiller, Clemson (Bills)
HB, Ryan Mathews, Fresno State (Chargers)
HB, Jahvid Best, California (Lions)
FB, John Conner, Kentucky (Jets)
WR, Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech (Broncos)
WR, Arrelious Benn, Illinois (Buccaneers)
WR, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State (Cowboys)
WR, Golden Tate, Notre Dame (Seahawks)
TE, Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma (Bengals)
TE, Rob Gronkowski, Arizona (Patriots)
LT, Trent Williams, Oklahoma (Redskins)
LT, Russell Okung, Oklahoma State (Seahawks)
LG, Mike Iupati, Idaho (49ers)
LG, Vladimir Ducasse, UMass (Jets)
C, J.D. Walton, Baylor (Broncos)
C, Maurkice Pouncey, Florida (Steelers)
RG, Shawn Lauvao, Arizona State (Browns)
RG, Marshall Newhouse, TCU (Packers)
RT, Anthony Davis, Rutgers (49ers)
RT, Rodger Saffold, Indiana (Rams)
LE, Brandon Graham, Michigan (Eagles)
LE, Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida (Giants)
RE, Jerry Hughes, TCU (Colts)
RE, Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech (Titans)
DT, Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma (Buccaneers)
DT, Tyson Alualu, California (Jaguars)
DT, Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska (Lions)
LOLB, Sergio Kindle, Texas (Ravens)
LOLB, Thaddeus Gibson, Ohio State (Steelers)
MLB, Navorro Bowman, Penn State (49ers)
MLB, Rolando McClain, Alabama (Raiders)
ROLB, Daryl Washington, TCU (Cardinals)
ROLB, Sean Weatherspoon, Georgia (Falcons)
CB, Joe Haden, Florida (Browns)
CB, ..

Carlos Polk was a very memorable Cornhusker, but almost completely disappeared in the NFL. What ever happened to him?

I'm back with another Madden Expansion Pack, this one featuring some Linebacker.


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