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Week 8 Recap Oklahoma City Bison (2-5) at Goshen Blue Collars (3-4)

   Bret Marquez had another MVP-type day, throwing a touchdown in each quarter, and the Oklahoma City Bison held of the Blue Collars. Marquez went 22 of 35 for 241 yards and 4TDs with no interceptions. Gerald Mccarthy added 91 yards on 17 carries, and Jimmy Baker had 64 on 7. Norman Bennett finished with 6 catches for 81 yards and a touchdown, Alan Isbell had 5 for 62 and a TD, and Earnest Mckenzie caught 3 for 29 and 2TDs, Henry Ballesteros had 12 tackles, and Anthony Williams, John Wyandt, and Robert Buseck each added a sack. Billie Devor finished with 8GCOV, and Eddie Moore had a 46.6 average on 5 punts.

   Former Bison runningback Dennis Hamic had 73 yards on 18 carries. Charles Kent finished with 6 receptions for 85 yards. 

 

Team Stats                              Bison          at     Blue Collars

Pass Yards                              241                          177

Yards Per Completion          10.95                       11.80

Yards Per Pass                       6.88                         7.69

Rush Yards                              182                             81

Yards Per Rush                      6.06                         3.68

Offensive Plays                         68                            49

NET Yards                               401                            238

Yards Per Play                        5.89                         4.85

Points                                         28                            10

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: QB Bret Marquez

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: WR Charles Kent



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Week 9 Recap Oklahoma City Bison (3-5) at Toronto Tiger Cats (7-1)

   The Tiger Cats look on their way to another championship, and the Bison did nothing to change that. Bret Marquez had an okay game, going 23 of 37 for 258 yards and a touchdown against his former team. Gerald Mccarthy carried 15 times for 57 yards. Steven Green had 8 grabs for 107 yards, Norman Bennett caught 5 passes for 63 yards, Alan Isbell 4 for 43 and a TD, and Willie Livingston 3 for 36. Henry Ballesteros had 10 tackles, James Perez added a sack, Billie Devor had 11 GCOV, and Brian Mcconnell had an interception. 

   For the Tiger Cats, Brandon Gallaway continued to be the best candidate for MVP. The 1st overall pick in 2036, Gallaway went 27 of 32 for 322, 4TDs, and a rare interception. Terrance Kinney had 7 catches for 88 yards and 2TDs, and Michael Koska had 7 for 94 and a TD. Kinney also had a 104 yard kick return for a touchdown. 

 

Team Stats                              Bison          at     Tiger Cats

Pass Yards                              258                          322

Yards Per Completion          11.21                       11.92

Yards Per Pass                       6.97                        10.06

Rush Yards                                67                             84

Yards Per Rush                      3.52                         3.11

Offensive Plays                         61                            60

NET Yards                               286                            396

Yards Per Play                        4.68                         6.60

Points                                         10                            35

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: WR Steven Green

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: WR/KR Terrance Kinney



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Week 10 Recap Oklahoma City Bison (3-6) at Tampa Bay Sun Devils (4-5)

   Strong performances by the usual Bison suspects led to a blowout inter-division win for the Bison. Bret Marquez went 29 of 39 for 329 and a TD, and Norman Bennett caught 11 passes for 137 yards and a TD. Gerald Mccarthy was held to 48 yards on 17 carries, but scored twice. Willie Livingston had 5 catches for 66 yards, Steven Green 5 for 62, and Alan Isbell 3 for 33. Henry Ballesteros had 11 tackles and a sack, Billie Devor had 6 GCOV, and Michael Camburn finished 2/2 on FGs and 4/4 on XPs. 

   The Sun Devils, who won the Week 2 outing 30-3, played very averagely. Eugene Oddo finished 16/25 for 190 and a TD. George Burton had 122 yards on 17 carries, with a TD, and Steve Monds caught 5 passes for 60 yards. 

 

Team Stats                              Bison          at     Sun Devils

Pass Yards                              329                          190

Yards Per Completion          11.34                       11.87

Yards Per Pass                       8.43                          7.60

Rush Yards                                79                           135

Yards Per Rush                      3.03                         6.13

Offensive Plays                         68                            48

NET Yards                               388                            321

Yards Per Play                        5.70                         6.68

Points                                         34                            17

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: WR Norman Bennett

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: RB George Burton



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2037 Playoff Race - Week 10 Update

Democratic Conference

1. Pennsylvania Posse (9-1) North

2. Toronto Tiger Cats (9-1) South

3. Kansas city Chiefs (6-4) West

4. Graham Bullies (6-4) East

WC5 Chicago Governors (6-4) North

WC6 Trenton Revolution (6-4) East

Playoff Contenders:

7. New Orleans Gators (6-4) South

8. Long Island Lunatics (5-4-1) West

9. Rimmington Redskins (4-6) North

10. Brampton Steal Yo Girls (4-6) South

11. Los Angeles Rams (4-6) West

12. Munster Hodors (3-6-1) West

13. Oakland Raiders (3-7) East

14. Cincinnati Shrugging Atlases (2-8) North

15. Harrisburg Cougars (2-8) South

16. Atlantis Tsunamis (1-9) East

ELIMINATED:

None.

Republican Conference

1. Alabama Slammers (9-1) South

2. New Orleans Marauders (8-2) West

3. Tijuana Bales (8-2) East

4. Chicago Coyotes (6-4) North

WC5 Ft. Lauderdale Fluties (7-3) West

WWC6 Burthorpe Badiaks (6-4) North

Playoff Contenders:

7. Goshen Blue Collars (5-5) North

8. Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) East

9. New York Giants (5-5) South

10. London Horde (4-6) West

11. Oklahoma City Bison (4-6) South

12. Tampa Bay Sun Devils (4-6) South

13. Manawa Allblack (4-6) East

14. Compton Calzones (3-7) North

15. The Marvels (3-7) East

16. Indiana Aces (2-8) West



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2037 Pro Bowl Voting Opens

Pro Bowl voting has opened (runs through game 16), and we'll take a look at the projected Pro Bowl rosters. 

 

Democratic Conference

Pos.          Name                           Team                             Fame

QB            Brandon Galloway         Toronto Tiger Cats        185

QB            Jerry Mielsch                 Trenton Revolution        111

QB            Mark Rutland                 Pennsylvania Posse       103

RB            John Harris                    Rimmington Redskins     118

RB            James Robinette           Toronto Tiger Cats          110

RB            Shawn Wilcox                Atlantis Tsunamis              85

WR           James Galioto               Trenton Revolution          187

WR           Michael Koska               Toronto Tiger Cats          148

WR           James Orandello           Chicago Governors          135

WR           Allen Benton                  Pennsylvania Posse         133

TE            Sean Ng                        Chicago Governors             92

TE            James Norman              Toronto Tiger Cats             92

C              James Powell                 Pennsylvania Posse           81

C              Richard Kempler            Rimmington Redskins         72

G              Richard Mccarrick          Pennsylvania Posse            48

G              David Gustafson            Kansas city Chiefs               47

G              Denny Briggs                 Pennsylvania Posse            46

T              James Normandin          Pennsylvania Posse            37

T              Franklin Foreman          Pennsylvania Posse             30

T              George Test                  Rimmington Redskins           26

 

DE            Alfred Paster                 Long Island Lunatics             77

DE            Jack Briggman              New Orleans Gators              69

DE            Kelly Williams                Munster Hodors                     64

DT            Miguel Fick                   Graham Bullies                       82

DT            Stephen Belcher           Kansas city Chiefs                  72

DT            Scott Stone                   Atlantis Tsunamis                   68

LB             Joseph Laffin               Graham Bullies                      143

LB             Charles Rodarte           Chicago Governors               131

LB             Thomas Meredith         Atlantis Tsunamis                  128

LB              Dale Kline                    Pennsylvania Posse              123

LB              John Dunphy               Harrisburg Cougars               119    

CB              Christopher Edwards  Pennsylvania Posse               171

CB              Orlando Burkart          New Orleans Gators               144

CB              Jorge Arvanitis            Munster Hodors                      136

S                 Joseph Heaton           Pennsylvania Posse                130

S                 Clifford Terry              Los Angeles Rams                   128

S                 David Minor                Chicago Governors                   123

 

Republican Conference

Pos.          Name                           Team                             Fame

QB            Billy Hoffman                 Ft. Lauderdale Fluties   156

QB            Marcus Jenkins             Tijuana Bales                 146

QB            Gary Herrera                 New Orleans Marauders 134

RB             Ronald Threatt             New Orleans Marauders  135

RB             Christopher Schneiders The Marvels                  127

RB             Dennis Hamic               Goshen Blue Collars       111

WR            Clarence Cronin           Ft. Lauderdale Fluties     189

WR            Henry Scoggins            Ft. Lauderdale Fluties     147

WR            Norman Bennett           Oklahoma City Bison       141

WR            Alan Pizzolato               Tijuana Bales                   140

TE             Alan Isbell                     Oklahoma City Bison        125

TE             David Bisikirski              Tijuana Bales                    108

C               Ronald Miles                 The Marvels                        79

C               Timothy Garrison           Alabama Slammers            72

G               Barry Sawicki                 The Marvels                       64

G               Michael Madron             New Orleans Marauders    47

G               Eric Hayden                   Tijuana Bales                      42

T               Zachary Andruss            Alabama Slammers            38

T               Jesse Thomas                Tijuana Bales                     36

T               Edward Oneal                 New Orleans Marauders    27

 

DE            Andrew Parker                New Orleans Marauders     97

DE            Marcus Gauldoni            Tampa Bay Sun Devils        93

DE            Tim Chamberlain            Indiana Aces                        86

DT            Charles Edwards            Compton Calzones               78

DT            Florentino Sixkiller          Ft. Lauderdale Fluties           73

DT           Floyd Croom                   Alabama Slammers               66

LB            Russell Lappas              Philadelphia Eagles              143

LB            Robert Gordon               Burthorpe Badiaks                142

LB            Henry Ballesteros           Oklahoma City Bison             133

LB            Brandon Payne              Alabama Slammers                112

LB            Joseph Gottemoeller     Ft. Lauderdale Fluties             104

CB            Brian Wigfall                  New Orleans Marauders          147

CB            Ethan Driskell                Ft. Lauderdale Fluties               144

CB            Kenneth Jones              Ft. Lauderdale Fluties                127

S              Antonio Douglas            New Orleans Marauders            133

S              Robert Johnson             Ft. Lauderdale Fluties                129

S              James Digirolamo          Tampa Bay Sun Devils               108



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Week 11 Recap Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) at Oklahoma City Bison (4-6)

   It was a dogfight in Oklahoma City this weekend. Bret Marquez finished 29/45 for 346 yards and 3TDs, and Eagles QB William Emerson finished 20/32 for 246 and 3TDs. Neither threw interceptions. The Bison dominated the ground battle, as Gerald Mccarthy rushed for 70 yards on 19 carries (3.68AVG), versus Eagles' Douglas Porter finishing with 45 on 14 carries. Norman Bennett had 10 catches for 133 and a TD, Steven Green added 127 and a TD on 10, and Earnest Mckenzie added a score on 3 for 28. For the Eagles, Ellis Parker finished 10 for 132 with 2 TD receptions.

   Henry Ballesteros led the Bison with 7 tackles, and Billie Devor added 6. Devor also had 12 GCOV. Michael Camburn missed 2 of his 4 FGs. The Eagles were led by Brad Quinn defensively, as he had 3 sacks. 

 

 

Team Stats                              Bison          vs         Eagles

Pass Yards                              346                          246

Yards Per Completion          11.93                       12.30

Yards Per Pass                       7.68                          7.68

Rush Yards                                92                             58

Yards Per Rush                      3.53                         2.63

Offensive Plays                         75                            54

NET Yards                               407                          304

Yards Per Play                        5.42                         5.62

Points                                         27                            24

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: WR Norman Bennett

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: WR Ellis Parker



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Week 12 Recap Brampton Steal Yo Girls (4-7) at Oklahoma City Bison (5-6)

   The Bison came in as 9 point favorites, and did not disappoint. Bret Marquez finished 24/37 for 3TDs and a pick. Gerald Mccarthy rushed 23 times for 144 yards, adding a TD. Jimmy Baker rushed 6 times for 46 yards, and Sean Thurby finished 4 for 19 and a TD. Earnest Mckenzie had 6 catches for 70 yards, Norman Bennett 3 for 37, Alan Isbell 3 for 37 and a TD, Steven Green 4 for 33 and a TD, and Willie Livingston 3 for 28 and a TD. Henry Ballesteros added 8 tackles, and Matthew Edwards added 7 tackles and a sack. The Bison more than doubled their abysmal season interception total, as Billie Devor, Larry Delacruz, and Justin Mcdaniel all had picks. Devor added 10 GCOV. 

  The Steal Yo Girls were led by RB Charles Barker, who had 98 yards on 19 carries. QB Armando Smith finished just 12 of 32, for a TD and 3INTs.

 

Team Stats                              Bison          vs     Steal Yo Girls

Pass Yards                              204                          123

Yards Per Completion            8.50                       10.25

Yards Per Pass                       5.51                          3.84

Rush Yards                              223                           101

Yards Per Rush                      6.37                         4.39

Offensive Plays                         72                            56

NET Yards                               427                            218

Yards Per Play                        5.93                         3.89

Points                                         38                              7

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: QB Bret Marquez

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: RB Charles Barker



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2037 Playoff Race - Week 12 Update

Democratic Conference

1. Toronto Tiger Cats (11-1) South

2. Pennsylvania Posse (9-3) North

3. Kansas city Chiefs (7-5) West

4. Graham Bullies (7-5) East

WC5 New Orleans Gators (8-4) South

WC6 Trenton Revolution (7-5) East

Playoff Contenders:

7. Long Island Lunatics (6-5-1) West

8. Los Angeles Rams (6-6) West

9. Chicago Governors (6-6) North

10. Rimmington Redskins (5-7) North

11. Brampton Steal Yo Girls (4-8) South

12. Oakland Raiders (4-8) East

13. Munster Hodors (3-8-1) West

14. Cincinnati Shrugging Atlases (3-9) North

15. Harrisburg Cougars (3-9) South

ELIMINATED:

16. Atlantis Tsunamis (2-10) East

Republican Conference

1. Alabama Slammers (10-2) South

2. Ft. Lauderdale Fluties (9-3) West

3. Tijuana Bales (9-3) East

4. Chicago Coyotes (7-5) North

WC5 New Orleans Marauders (9-3) West

WC6 Burthorpe Badiaks (7-5) North

Playoff Contenders:

7. Goshen Blue Collars (6-6) North

8. New York Giants (6-6) South

9. Oklahoma City Bison (6-6) South

10. Philadelphia Eagles (6-6) East

11. Compton Calzones (5-7) North

12. London Horde (5-7) West

13. Tampa Bay Sun Devils (5-7) South

14. Manawa Allblack (4-8) East

15. Indiana Aces (3-9) West

16. The Marvels (3-9) East



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Week 13 Recap Alabama Slammers (10-2) at Oklahoma City Bison (6-6)

   The Slammers came into Oklahoma City as 2.5 point favorites, but a 2 point conversion by Willie Livingston sent the projected division champion Slammers away with their third loss of the season. Bison QB Bret Marquez finished 25 of 38 for 278 and a TD, but the Bison line continued to be horrid, allowing 5 sacks. Gerald Mccarthy had a poor day rushing, gaining just 33 yards on 15 carries, though he returned a kick 99 yards for a touchdown. Steven Green finished with 6 receptions for 72 yards, Norman Bennett 5 for 60, and Alan Isbell 4 for 34 and a touchdown. Larry Delacruz led with 7 tackles, Henry Ballesteros had 6, and Anthony Williams added a sack. Delacruz and Billie Devor each finished with 8 GCOV, while Justin Mcdaniel had 5 PDEF and an interception, and Christopher Ross had 2 and an interception. Eddie Moore had a 49.28 AVG, with a 44.00 NET, and Michael Camburn went 1/2 on FGs. 

   The Slammers were led by QB Juan Christaldi, who had 2 passing TDs and a rushing TD, on 313 combined yards. Receiver James Bustin finished catching 6 for 118 and a TD. Bustin added 54 return yards on 5 total kick and punt returns.

Team Stats                              Bison          vs     Slammers

Pass Yards                              278                          309

Yards Per Completion          11.12                       12.87

Yards Per Pass                       7.31                          7.18

Rush Yards                                 32                             66

Yards Per Rush                      1.88                         2.75

Offensive Plays                         60                            68

NET Yards                               282                            367

Yards Per Play                        4.70                         5.39

Points                                         25                              24

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: QB Bret Marquez

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: WR James Bustin



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2037 Playoff Race - Week 13 Update

Democratic Conference

1. Toronto Tiger Cats (12-1) South

2. Pennsylvania Posse (10-3) North

3. Kansas city Chiefs (8-5) West

4. Graham Bullies (8-5) East

WC5 New Orleans Gators (9-4) South

WC6 Trenton Revolution (7-6) East

Playoff Contenders:

7. Long Island Lunatics (6-6-1) West

8. Los Angeles Rams (6-7) West

9. Chicago Governors (6-7) North

10. Rimmington Redskins (5-8) North

13. Munster Hodors (4-8-1) West

11. Brampton Steal Yo Girls (4-9) South

12. Oakland Raiders (4-9) East

14. Cincinnati Shrugging Atlases (4-9) North

ELIMINATED:

15. Harrisburg Cougars (3-10) South

16. Atlantis Tsunamis (3-10) East

Republican Conference

1. Ft. Lauderdale Fluties (10-3) West

2. Alabama Slammers (10-3) South

3. Tijuana Bales (10-3) East

4. Chicago Coyotes (8-5) North

WC5 New Orleans Marauders (10-3) West

WC6. Philadelphia Eagles (7-6) East

Playoff Contenders:

7. Goshen Blue Collars (7-6) North

8. Burthorpe Badiaks (7-6) North

9. Oklahoma City Bison (7-6) South

10. New York Giants (6-7) South

11. Compton Calzones (5-8) North

12. London Horde (5-8) West

13. Tampa Bay Sun Devils (6-7) South

14. Manawa Allblack (4-9) East

ELIMINATED:

15. Indiana Aces (3-10) West

16. The Marvels (3-10) East

 

Key: clinched playoffs, clinched division, clinched first round bye



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Week 14 Recap Ft. Lauderdale Fluties (10-3) at Oklahoma City Bison (7-6)

   The Bison and Fluties have met three times over the last two seasons, with their meeting prior to this one resulting in the Bison being knocked out of the 2036 Playoffs. Unfortunately for the Bison, that playoff meeting last January was a much better game. Bret Marquez just wasn't on his game in a contest the Bison needed desperately for their playoff hopes. Marquez finished just 12/29 for 130 yards, a TD, and a pick, and took 6 sacks. Gerald Mccarthy only added 45 yards on 15 carries, and over the last games, has averaged just 2.60 yards per carry over 30 carries. Norman Bennett was the only Bison receiver to top 25 yards, with 78 on 5 grabs. Alan Isbell added 22 on 2. Steven Green's lone catch was a 10 yard touchdown. Larry Delacruz led with 9 tackles, and David Rumbley had 7, seeing rare time as a free safety in place of injured Christopher Silverman. (Silverman is expected to miss the rest of the regular season for sure, and may be back as soon as the Divisional Round of the 2037 playoffs.) Luis Spratte had the lone Bison sack. Justin Mcdaniel had his 4th interception of the season, and Billie Devor added 12 GCOV. 

   For the Fluties, Billy Hoffman finished 27/44 for 305 and 2TDs, RB Joseph Anderson had 11 carries for 73 yards, Richard Brown and Lincoln Skelton combined for 12 carries, 68 yards, and 2TDs, and WR Clarence Cronin had 10 grabs for 122 yards and a touchdown. DT Johnny Lee added 4 sacks.

   Starting Bison guard Frank Jones had now allowed 17 sacks, and though he has an 8.4 Grade as a run blocker, he'll be benched the rest of the regular season for Oscar Yoshiyama. In fact, the Bison have activated reserve lineman Julian Schiaffino in his place. 

Team Stats                              Bison          vs     Fluties

Pass Yards                              130                          305

Yards Per Completion          10.83                       11.29

Yards Per Pass                       4.48                          6.93

Rush Yards                                58                          146

Yards Per Rush                      2.76                         5.61

Offensive Plays                          56                           71

NET Yards                               164                            440

Yards Per Play                        2.92                         6.19

Points                                           7                              36

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: WR Norman Bennett

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: WR Clarence Cronin



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2037 Playoff Race - Week 14 Update

Democratic Conference

1. Toronto Tiger Cats (13-1) South

2. Pennsylvania Posse (10-4) North

3. Kansas city Chiefs (9-5) West

4. Graham Bullies (9-5) East

WC5 New Orleans Gators (9-5) South

WC6 Trenton Revolution (8-6) East

Playoff Contenders:

7. Long Island Lunatics (7-6-1) West

8. Los Angeles Rams (7-7) West

9. Chicago Governors (6-8) North

ELIMINATED:

10. Cincinnati Shrugging Atlases (5-9) North

11. Rimmington Redskins (5-9) North

12. Munster Hodors (4-9-1) West

13. Brampton Steal Yo Girls (4-10) South

14. Oakland Raiders (4-10) East

15. Atlantis Tsunamis (4-10) East

16. Harrisburg Cougars (3-11) South

Republican Conference

1. Ft. Lauderdale Fluties (11-3) West

2. Alabama Slammers (11-3) South

3. Tijuana Bales (10-4) East

4. Chicago Coyotes (9-5) North

WC5 New Orleans Marauders (11-3) West

WC6 Burthorpe Badiaks (8-6) North

Playoff Contenders:

7. Goshen Blue Collars (8-6) North

8. Oklahoma City Bison (7-7) South

9. Philadelphia Eagles (7-7) East

10. London Horde (6-8) West

11. Compton Calzones (6-8) North

12. New York Giants (6-8) South

13. Tampa Bay Sun Devils (6-8) South

ELIMINATED:

14. Manawa Allblack (4-10) East

15. Indiana Aces (3-11) West

16. The Marvels (3-11) East

 

Key: clinched playoffsclinched divisionclinched first round bye



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Former Oklahoma City Bison receiver (and failed field reporter) Robert Dyer signed a 1 year deal a few weeks back as a midseason signee with the Manawa Allblack. So far, Dyer has posted 19 grabs for 233 yards and a TD through 5 games. 



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Reserve QB Douglas Stewart has signed a 2 year extension through 2039. Stewart has seen action in the 2035 and 2036 seasons with the Bison, and played both playoff games in Bison history. The extension is worth $5.255M, with $730k in guarantees. In 16 regular season games, Stewart has gone 9-7, passing for 4602 yards, 27TDs, and 23INTs.

 

The re-signing leaves 13 Bison players with contracts set to expire after the season, including starting free safety Christopher Silverman, starting corner Larry Delacruz, starting outside backer Corey Sorenson, punter Eddie Moore, and fan favorite safety and former Pro Bowler David Rumbley.



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Week 14 Recap Oklahoma City Bison (7-7) at Manawa Allblack (4-10)

   The Bison came in to a must-win game heavily favored, but their downfall of the last month has continued after a slow first half. Bret Marquez finished 14 of 26 for 177, 2TDs, and 2INTs, getting sacked 4 times. Gerald Mccarthy managed 77 yards on 15 carries, while Sean Thurby added a 15 yard carry. Norman Bennett caught 6 passes for 81 yards and 2TDs, and Alan Isbell added 4 for 63. Henry Ballesteros led with 9 tackles, while Robert Buseck and James Nelson each added sacks. Sean Thurby returned a kick 100 yards for a score. 

   For the Allblack, QB Kevin Davis went 25/30 for 257 and 3TDs. Ronald Teitsort added 91 yards on 27 carries, and David Rodriguez had 8 receptions for  87 yards and 2TDs.

Team Stats                              Bison          at    Allblack

Pass Yards                              177                          257

Yards Per Completion          12.64                       10.28

Yards Per Pass                       6.80                          8.56

Rush Yards                              103                          140

Yards Per Rush                      5.15                         3.58

Offensive Plays                          50                           71

NET Yards                               363                            381

Yards Per Play                        7.26                         5.36

Points                                         24                              31

 

Bison Media Player of the Game: WR Norman Bennett

 

Bison Media Rival of the Game: QB Kevin Davis



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2037 Playoff Race - Week 15 Update

Democratic Conference

1. Toronto Tiger Cats (14-1) South

2. Pennsylvania Posse (10-5) North

3. Kansas city Chiefs (10-5) West

4. Graham Bullies (9-6) East

WC5 New Orleans Gators (10-5) South

WC6 Trenton Revolution (9-6) East

Playoff Contenders:

7. Los Angeles Rams (8-7) West

ELIMINATED:

8. Long Island Lunatics (7-7-1) West

9. Chicago Governors (7-8) North

10. Rimmington Redskins (6-9) North

11. Cincinnati Shrugging Atlases (5-10) North

12. Oakland Raiders (5-10) East

13. Munster Hodors (4-10-1) West

14. Brampton Steal Yo Girls (4-11) South

15. Atlantis Tsunamis (4-11) East

16. Harrisburg Cougars (3-12) South

Republican Conference

1. Ft. Lauderdale Fluties (12-3) West

2. Alabama Slammers (11-4) South

3. Tijuana Bales (11-4) East

4. Chicago Coyotes (10-5) North

WC5 New Orleans Marauders (12-3) West

WC6 Goshen Blue Collars (9-6) North

Playoff Contenders:

7. Burthorpe Badiaks (8-7) North

8. Philadelphia Eagles (8-7) East

ELIMINATED:

9. Oklahoma City Bison (7-8) South

10. New York Giants (7-8) South

11. London Horde (6-9) West

12. Compton Calzones (6-9) North

13. Tampa Bay Sun Devils (6-9) South

14. Manawa Allblack (5-10) East

15. Indiana Aces (3-12) West

16. The Marvels (3-12) East

 

Key: clinched playoffsclinched divisionclinched first round bye



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The Bison, now eliminated from playoff contention, decided to make a few key changes to their lineup.

 

New Starters                        

QB Douglas Stewart          

RB Jimmy Baker

WR Robert Ilalio

LT Daniel Doxie

C Kyle Mandel

RT Julian Schiaffino

DE Daniel Ortiz

DT Luis Spratte

CB Christopher Ross

SS Aaron Delpozo

 

Gerald Mccarthy has been benched 50 yards from a 1000 yard season, but the Bison said they want to see how other players can fit at certain spots. 



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The Bison fell in Week 16, finishing with a 7-9 record, and the 14th pick in the upcoming draft. The Ft. Lauderdale Fluties defeated the Toronto Tiger Cats in the Championship Game, 20-17. The Bison finished with one Pro Bowler, rookie LB Henry Ballesteros. TE Alan Isbell missed out on his second Pro Bowl by one fame point. 

 

The 2038 season will be different. Bison owner freebundy said being sub-par is unacceptable, and he will bring in camp competition at as many positions as possible.



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Bison Free Agency - First Spin - 2038

   Free Agency opened, and the Bison were immediately active, signing 39 players to their camp roster. 

Returning Bison

#    Pos          Name                              College                YrsPro        YrsLft

3    QB           Douglas Stewart              Michigan                   6                 2         

9    K             Michael Camburn             Maryland                   2                3

11  WR         Earnest Mckenzie             Indiana                      6                1

12  QB          Bret Marquez                   Tiffin                          4                 4

13  TE           Leonard Harvey               Florida                      2                  2

24  CB          Christopher Ross              Bethune-Cookman   7                  1

25  CB          Billie Devor                        Wisconsin                6                   2

29  RB          Gerald Mccarthy                Texas Tech             4                  1

31  RB          Jimmy Baker                      Arkansas                 8                  1

35  CB          Brian Mcconnell                 Temple                    1                  4

43  SS          Justin Mcdaniel                  Pearl River CC         2                  3

53  LB          David Ferguson                  Houston                   6                  1

57  LB          Jesse Vanetta                     Syracuse                 2                   3

59  C            Richard Owca                     Purdue                    6                   2

61  OL          Geoffrey Mcalister              Connecticut             6                   1

62  DT          John Wyandt                      Houston                   2                   3

63  OT          Leonard Sarelas                Missouri                   5                   3

65  LS           Edmond Zych                    Notre Dame             2                   1

66  OT          Matthew Miller                   Texas Tech              5                   2

67  G            Oscar Yoshiyama               Mississippi State      3                   2

68  DE          Joseph Snyder                   Villanova                  12                 3

71  OT          Julian Schiaffino                 Miami                       3                   2

72  C             Kyle Mandel                      USC                          3                   1

73  DE           Robert Buseck                  Illinois                        9                   2

75  DE           Daniel Ortiz                      Tulane                        2                   1

77  OT           Daniel Doxie                     Miami                         1                   4

78  OL           Donald Solarski                Arizona State              8                   2

79  DT           Luis Spratte                      Georgia Tech             4                   3

81  WR          Jeff Munoz                        Georgetown               4                   2

85  TE           Alan Isbell                          Michigan State           2                   3

87  WR         Steven Green                     Utah State                 9                    2

88  WR         Robert Ilalio                        Samford                    6                    2

89  WR         Norman Bennett                 Boise State                9                   1

91  LB          Henry Ballesteros               California                    1                   4

92  DT         Anthony Williams                Hawaii                         7                   1

94  LB          Nathaniel Fitch                   Texas Tech                 3                   1

95  NT         Eric Parmer                         Central Florida            1                   4

98  LB         Matthew Edwards                Wisconsin                  10                   1 

Signees

1   OT         Raymond Johnson               Oklahoma                   1                    2

5   QB         Osvaldo Albers                     Southern Miss             6                   2

6   P            Kirby Hood                           Penn State                  12                 1

10 P            Eddie Moore                        Tennessee                   9                  1

14 P            Bruce Clark                          Miami                           5                  1

26 FS          Christopher Silverman         Iowa                             8                  1

28 RB          Edward Howard                   Florida                         7                   1

30 CB          Michael Brock                      None/N/A                     8                   1

33 CB          Larry Delacruz                     LSU                             8                    1

36 SS          Fritz Holland                         Washington                8                    1

39 CB          Andrew Jiminez                    Nebraska                   5                     4

42 SS          Aaron Delpozo                      Central Florida          1                      4

43 RB         Stephen Cole                         Appalachian State     3                     1

44 FS         Michael Mcwhorter                Akron                         6                      1

45 SS         Bradley Vineyard                   Notre Dame               1                      2

46 SS         Joseph Frear                         West Virginia              3                     3

49 FS         Charles Atherton                    Oregon                       5                    2

50 C           Tommy Jones                        Iowa                           1                     1

51 C           Glen Okeefe                          Wisconsin                   3                      1

52 C           Kenneth Carter                      Mississippi State         5                      1

54 LB         Marcus Bowen                       Nebraska                    4                       3

55 C           Thomas Kline                        Purdue                       12                      1

56 LB          Paul Buxton                          Southern Illinois           6                       2

57 LB          John Dunphy                        Illinois                         11                      1

58 LB          Kenneth Green                    Boise State                    7                      2

60 OT         James Estes                         Arizona State                6                      1

63 G           James Garcia                       Penn State                     7                      2

64 OT         Steven Dempsey                  Penn State                     2                      4

69 DT         Richard Andrews                  Nebraska                       4                       2

70 G           Charles Mazuo                     Alabama State               4                       3

74 OL         Douglas Fox                         USC                               3                       4

76 DT         Daniel Ballard                       Texas A&M                    7                       1

78 OT         William Starkweather            Kansas State                 8                        1

81 WR         Richard Mather                    Maryland                       7                        1

82 WR         William Paquette                  Clemson                        6                        1

90 LB           Eugenio Hodgkins               Eastern Michigan           4                        4 

96 DE          John Schweda                     Southern Miss                1                        3

97 DE          Craig Paul                            Michigan                         1                       4

99 LB           Corey Sorenson                  Mississippi                       7                      1



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Bison Pre-Draft Storylines

Bison release DE Joseph Snyder

12th Year Defensive End Joseph Snyder was released by the Bison. Snyder projected as the #4 end on the pre-draft roster. "Snyder spent his career with this franchise, being drafted when we were still in Saskatchewan, moving briefly to KC, and then starting our years in Oklahoma City, laying a great foundation," said Bison owner/GM freebundy. Snyder totaled 44 sacks while with the franchise, including 15 as a Bison. His season-best mark came in the first year in Oklahoma City, as Snyder made 9 sacks. He appeared in 177 games for the franchise, appearing in 92 straight to start his career. "Injuries held him back the last two years, and age has finally caught up to him."

 

Bison stadium deal has major effects

In 2035, when the Bison moved to Oklahoma City, they signed a 5-year lease with the city to convert an old, abandoned high school field into a temporary home. The field was originally designed to hold 2500, saw major renovations, kicking the capacity up to 40,000. But the Bison are a professional franchise, and want to be able to host major events, like the league championship, the NCAA basketball finals, and potentially the Olympics. In 2035, the team moved to Oklahoma City, with the promise that the city would be open to funding a stadium within the next 5 seasons. Three seasons have since past, with no stadium resolution. A new stadium would need to be started immediately to be ready for the 2040 regular season opener, and the Oklahoma City taxpayers, represented by their local government, have made no committment to funding the new stadium. The Bison have plans for a $2.2 billion dollar stadium in Oklahoma City, a proposed retractable-roofed field that would seat 75,000, have room for additions to host up to 130,000, and would be centered between Oklahoma State and Oklahoma City Universities. The owner would be responsible for around $340M,  the city $100M in available funds, season tickets over the first five years $250M, the state $380M, available grants $250M, and $150M from the league, leaving the Oklahoma City taxpayers with about $438M and the state taxpayers $292M. The Bison would also pay back the $100M in stadium funds over 20 years, would pay the states funds back up to $10M per year over 25 years, and would work with local colleges to place students as interns with the team. 

 

Because of the city's seemingly lost appeal, the Bison have started to look elsewhere for a stadium. Originally, the cities of Milwaukee (WI), Atlanta (GA), Nashville (TN), and San Antonio (TX) were considered in 2035. Milwaukee has shown the most interest, with three different stadium proposals. The first plan, the most promising one, would demolish Miller Park, the longtime home of the baseball team Brewers. The Brewers would be responsible for raising half of the funds, and they are very interested. The cost of the shared stadium would total around $1.9B, as the roof would only be partially retractable. Unfortunately for the Bison, the league only chips in $50M in event of a relocation, leaving the Bison at about a $60M shortfall on their half. The State of Wisconsin has said it's not open to contriubuting to the stadium, while the city of Milwaukee has hit harder times, leaving their input as a miniscule amount. The Brewers side of the funding is much further away from completion, as they've only been able to account for $400M of their $950M share.

 

The second and third Milwaukee plans are currently out of reach financially. "The Mitchell Park Project" would place the Bison between Miller Park and Marquette University. The "Veterans Park/Lake Michigan Project" would place the Bison between the Milwaukee River and Veterans Park.

 

Atlanta has backed out of the race for a franchise, and Nashville isn't exactly sold on a franchise, either. San Antonio is putting together a plan that would have the Bison purchase the Willow Springs Golf Course, placing them near the home of the San Antonio Spurs. 

 

Bison owner/GM freebundy declined to comment on the story, saying he's more focused on the offseason moves.

 

2038 Draft agency

The Bison hired an agency for draft scouting for the second time in their four years. The 2035 draft yielded Oscar Yoshiyama and Julian Schiaffino, both players who might finally be able to crack the starting lineup in 2038. Freebundy scouted in 2036 and 2037, coming away with twelve players currently on the Bison roster. He was busy negotiating a stadium deal in 2037, and an agency will again decide the future players of the Bison.

 

Former Bison retirees

2036 draft selection DE Max Juliusson has decided to hang it up. Juliusson played 51 snaps over 12 games during his rookie season, before being released at the start of the 2037 league year. 

 

Bison sign 3

The Bison made three pre-draft signings, adding TE Burton Stamper and FB John Wiskowski as potential H-Backs, and signing 9th year pro Charles Sietz, a guard who won a championship with Ft. Lauderdale last season. Sietz spent the last 4 years in Ft. Lauderdale, and allowed no sacks and earned a 9.2 run blocking grade in the playoffs.

 

Bison release Mcalister

With the signing of Charles Sietz, Geoffrey Mcalister was finally made expendable. Mcalister, who was projected to be the 4th left tackle, or the 9th option at guard, played in 45 games with the Bison, allowing just 3 sacks over 644 pass attempts, a 0.4% sack average. Mcalister also racked up 81 Rblk in his time with the Bison. Releasing the 6th year lineman saves $730k on the salary cap this season.

 

LB Matthew Edwards takes salary cut

Matthew Edwards, currently the 4th option at outside linebacker, was originally scheduled to make $11.835M this season. Edwards recorded 70 tackles and a sack in 2037 with the Bison, but the 10th year linebacker wanted to do everything possible to remain with the team. After adding his bonus to the dead hit, the Bison now have $5.405M in dead money, but Edwards contract comes down to $2M on the season.

 

RB Gerald Mccarthy signs extension

Entering a contract year, Gerald Mccarthy was re-signed to a deal with a 2 year extension. His cap hit (including renegotiated dead money) for 2038 comes to $7.155M (as opposed to $7.345M , but it drops to $4.83M in 2039, and $5.235M in 2040. 






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