BE A RERUIT!! CRAZY BATTLE OF THE CAROLINAS!!! – NCAA Football 14 Dynasty | Coastal – Ep 45
We are back with more NCAA Dynasty with the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers and in this episode we are headed back home for Senior Day in the last game of the vs East Carolina who is always a tough matchup for us each year due to the rivalry. Can we pull of the victory at home headed into bowl season or will our rival give us a run for our money?? Hit Subscribe!!
To make it tough on myself, I have set aside a couple of ground rules:
No Head Coaching Upgrades.
1 Star Prestige : Highest Rank Recruit = 700
2 Star Prestige : Highest Rank Recruit = 650
3 Star Prestige : Highest Rank Recruit = 600
4 Star Prestige : Highest Rank Recruit = 300
5 Star Prestige : Highest Rank Recruit = 150
6 Star Prestige : Highest Rank Recruit = 1
Sliders – User:
QB Accuracy – 5
Pass Blocking – 15
WR Catching – 15
RB Ability – 15
Run Blocking – 0
Pass Coverage – 15
Interceptions – 15
Rush Defense – 0
Tackling – 50
FG Power – 50
FG Accuracy – 0
Punt Power – 25
Punt Accuracy – 50
Sliders – CPU :
QB Accuracy – 55
Pass Blocking – 60
WR Catching – 60
RB Ability – 95
Run Blocking – 55
Pass Coverage – 100
Interceptions – 50
Rush Defense – 100
Tackling – 80
FG Power – 50
FG Accuracy – 45
Punt Power – 50
Punt Accuracy – 100
It was announced in the late 1990s that CCU would establish a football squad in the coming years. The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football program played its inaugural season in 2003 on campus at Brooks Stadium. The team’s first coach was David Bennett, who held the position from the team’s inception until December 9, 2011. The university named Joe Moglia, former CEO of TD Ameritrade, as its new head coach on December 20, 2011.
In the program’s short history, the team has defeated such traditional Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) powers as James Madison University (ranked No. 1 at the time), Furman University, Wofford College, and the University of Montana. The program has won seven Big South Conference championships and has had several former players enter professional NFL careers.
In 2006, the Chanticleers made school history when the team received its first FCS playoff berth, also the first playoff berth for the Big South Conference, losing a first-round contest to Appalachian State. Appalachian State would go on to win the FCS national championship that season.
In 2010, Coastal went to the playoffs for the second time after winning the Big South Championship (a three-way tie with Liberty and Stony Brook) and received the Big South’s first ever automatic playoff bid. The Chanticleers returned to the playoffs in 2012 and 2013.On November 9, 2014, Coastal was ranked as the No. 1 team in the nation, a first for the school and the Big South Conference.
Coastal’s primary football rivals in FCS play were Liberty and Charleston Southern.
The Chanticleers left the Big South Conference at the end of the 2015–16 school year and joined the Sun Belt Conference, initially as a non-football member. At that time, the football team began a two-year transition to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). The first season of the transition in 2016 was spent as an FCS independent; the Chanticleers officially joined Sun Belt football July 1, 2017, with full bowl eligibility following in 2018.
Their primary Sun Belt rivals will be Appalachian State and Georgia Southern.
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