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brumdog45

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Just received my copy of Action PC sports college football 20's projection disk, so I'll be able to sim the season.

Took it for a test run and let the computer AI play Indiana at Purdue.  IU raced out to a 23-0 first quarter lead that resulted in a 30-14 win.

Will start the regular season soon.....I believe the game has set it up so that every conference (they included the power five conference projections) plays 11 games.  I'd prefer a couple of nonconference games thrown in but I know that would mean quite a bit of rescheduling.

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FWIW, here is what Dave Koch sports has for the projected stats of the 2020 Hoosiers if they played an 11 game season.  And yes, Penix would miss some time to injury, LOL.

QB:

Penix:  229 of 348 passes (66%), 2515 yards, 15 TD, 8 INT.  241 yards rushing.

Tyttle:  73 of 125 passes (58%), 875 yards, 5 TD, 3 INT.  58 yards rushing.

D. Williams:  6 of 12 (50%), 38 yards, 28 yards rushing.

RB:

Scott 189 carries for 920 yards (4.9) and 9 TDs;  20 catchers for 147 yards and 1 TD

James:  88 carries for 334 yards (3.8) and 3 TD, 4 catches for 46 yards

Baldwin (freshman RB):  27 carries for 113 yards (4.2.), 9 catches for 62 yards

Childers:  21 carries for 64 yards (3.1), 6 caches for 21 yards

Lloyd:  16 carries for 40 yard (2.5) 4 catches for 36 yards

Ellis 30 carries for 112 yards (3.7, 1 TD), 25 catches for 304 yards and 2 TD

WR and TE

Philyor 77 catches for 1124 yards and 7 TDs, 10 carries for 48 yards

Hendershoot 62 catches for 732 and 6 TDs

Fryfogle  49 catches for 662 yards, 3 TDs

Marshall 41 catches for 542 yards, 4 Tds

Hewitt   24 catches for 318 yards and 3 TDs

Jakes 18 catches for 230 yards, 2 TDs

Williams 17 for235 yards

Every other reciever under 10 catches.

Defense:

Swann leads the team in sacks with 7

McFadden leads the team with 71 tackles

J.Johnson leads the team with 4 interceptions

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Getting ready to play IU's first game.  I'm letting all other Big Ten teams and Power 5 teams be computer AI controlled.   Teams have ten game schedule except for the Big 12 which has 9 -- although I will probably add on a tenth game.

The week one schedule sees only Big Ten teams playing.  Indiana opens the season going to Wisconsin.

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13 hours ago, brumdog45 said:

Getting ready to play IU's first game.  I'm letting all other Big Ten teams and Power 5 teams be computer AI controlled.   Teams have ten game schedule except for the Big 12 which has 9 -- although I will probably add on a tenth game.

The week one schedule sees only Big Ten teams playing.  Indiana opens the season going to Wisconsin.

Tough opener.  Wisco always seems to drum us and lay on the gas.  

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8 hours ago, WayneFleekHoosier said:

Tough opener.  Wisco always seems to drum us and lay on the gas.  

It was.  Defense had an absolute breakdown.....long plays in the air and ground, a pick six, and a 48-17 loss to open the season.

Stats:

First downs:  IU 20, Wisky 23

Rushes:  IU 30/115, Wisky 31/197

Passes:  IU 36/21/2, 291 yards    Wisky:  24/21/0, 266 yards

Fumbles:  IU 1, Wisky 0

Third down conversions:  IU 1/9, Wisky 3/8

Totals plays/yards:  IU 66/406, Wisky 55/462

Indiana stats:

Passing:  Penix 28/16/2, 225 yards, 2 TDs, Tuttle 8/5/1, 66 yards

Rushing: Scott 15/67, Penix 9/29, James 5/20, Eliis 1/-1

Receiving:  Fryfogle 6/73/1, Philyor 4/96/1, Marshall 3/28, Bjorson 2/23, Scott 1/8, James 1/7, Hendershott 1/13 (injured in first quarter), Ellis 1/18, Hewitt 1/11, Lloyd 1/14.

 

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