Sportzbro 2013-14 College Football Simulation

Each year with NCAA it’s always fun to get a sneak peak at the upcoming college football season. Specifically, who finishes where, what teams make it to the BCS, and most of all – what school wins the National Championship! Check out all the results from player awards and performances, to bowl winners and firings below.

Awards

Maxwell: Taylor Martinez – Nebraska
Walter Camp: Taylor Martinez – Nebraska
Bednarik: Peniel Jean – Wisconsin
Nagurski: Jason Ankrah – Nebraska
O’Brien: AJ McCarron – Alabama
Walker: John Hubert – K-State
Biletnikoff: Amari Cooper – Alabama
Mackey: Brian Vogler – Alabama
Outland: Anthony Steen – Alabama
Rimington: Corey Linsley – Ohio State
Lombardi: Jason Ankrah – Nebraska
Best LB: Zaire Anderson – Nebraska
Thorpe: Peniel Jean – Nebraska
Groza: Drew Basil – Ohio State
Guy: Kris Albarado – USC
Best Returner: Marquise Lee – USC

Heisman Trophy

5. QB, Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) – 2908 yds, 36 TD’s, 11 INT, 890 rush yds, 7 TD’s
4. QB, AJ McCarron (Alabama) – 3801 yds, 43 TD’s, 6 INT, 185 rush yds, 3 TD’s
3. RB, John Hubert (K-State) – 1793 yds, 17 TD’s, 2 fumbles, 387 rec yds, 4 TD’s
2. QB, Taylor Martinez (Nebraska) – 2876, 27 TD’s, 5 INT, 928 rush yds, 15 TD’s
Winner: QB, Braxton Miller (Ohio State) – 2769 yds, 25 TD’s, 0 INT, 986 rush yds, 11 TD’s

Notable Game Results

Week 1: LSU 27 – TCU 23
Week 2: Florida 45 – Miami 33
Week 2: Michigan 47 – Notre Dame 41 (OT)
Week 3: Alabama 42 – Texas A&M 28
Week 5: Oklahoma 45 – Notre Dame 38
Week 7: Texas 41 – Oklahoma 27
Week 7: Florida 45 – LSU 27
Week 8: Notre Dame 51 – USC 10
Week 8: Kansas 21 – Oklahoma 20
Week 9: TCU 22 – Texas 20
Week 10: Miami 36 – FSU 31
Week 11: Stanford 28 – Oregon 24
Week 11: Alabama 42 – LSU 23
Week 14: Ohio State 41 – Michigan 27

 

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Conference Winners

ACC: Virgina Tech 31 – Syracuse 21
Big XII: Texas
Big Ten: Ohio State 35 – Nebraska 32
American: Louisville
MAC: Northern Illinois 42 – Ohio 40 (OT)
C-USA: UTEP
Mountain West: Boise State 37 – Nevada 16
Sun Belt: Louisiana Lafayette
SEC: Alabama 31 – Georgia 17
Pac-12: USC 37 – Washington 10

Bowl Results

Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Ole Miss 34 – UMass 14
Gildan New Mexico Bowl: Oregon State 48 – UNLV 7
Famous Idaho Potatoes Bowl: Fresno State 42 – Ohio 28
San Diego Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl: UL Monroe 41 – Air Force 14
Beef O’Brady’s Bowl: ECU 35 – Buffalo 31
RL Carriers New Orleans Bowl: Middle Tennessee 34 – UL Lafayette 24
Maaco Las Vegas Bowl: Arizona State 42 – Boise State 21
Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl: FAU 27 – New Mexico 7
Bridgepoint Holiday Bowl: Oregon 35 – Oklahoma State 14
Belk Bowl: Troy 34 – Florida State 31
Advocare Independence Bowl: North Carolina 30 – Tennessee 7
Russell Athletic Bowl: Syracuse 23 – Auburn 21
Meinke Car Care Bowl: NC State 24 – Oklahoma 10
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Utah 20 – Cincinnati 17
Valero Alamo Bowl: K-State 23 – Washington 20
Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl: Baylor 32 – Purdue 21
Music City Bowl: USC 24 – Maryland 17
Hyundai Sun Bowl: Arizona 21 – Boston College 18
Auto Zone Liberty Bowl: UTEP 28 – Vanderbilt 24
Chick-fil-a Bowl: Texas A&M 34 – Miami (FL) 27
Tax Slayer Gator Bowl: Michigan 24 – Florida 21
Heart of Dallas Bowl: Kansas 23 – South Florida 20
Capital One Bowl: Georgia 28 – Wisconsin 21
BBVA Compass Bowl: Mississippi State 38 – Houston 17
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Arkansas 24 – TCU 23

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl: Texas 25 – Notre Dame 21
Allstate Sugar Bowl: Alabama 35 – Louisville 20
Discover Orange Bowl: Virginia Tech 42 – LSU 38
Rose Bowl: Nebraska 38 – USC 28

BCS National Championship: Ohio State 41 – Stanford 7

National Champion: Ohio State 14-0 (9-0) 

 

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Major Conference Final Standings


ACC
Virginia Tech 12-2 (8-1)
Georgia Tech 11- (7-1)
Miami (FL) 9-4 (6-2)
Syracuse 11-3 (6-3)
Boston College 8-5 (6-3)
Florida State 8-5 (5-3)
Maryland 8-5 (4-4)
North Carolina 8-5 (4-4)
Duke 5-7 (3-5)
NC State 8-5 (3-5)
Clemson 5-7 (3-5)
Pitt 4-8 (2-6)
Wake Forest 3-9 (2-6)
Virginia 3-9 (1-7)


Big XII
Texas 11-2 (7-2)
TCU 8-5 (6-3)
K-State 9-4 (6-3)
Baylor 8-5 (6-3)
Oklahoma State 8-5 (5-4)
Oklahoma 8-5 (5-4)
Iowa State 5-7 (4-5)
Kansas 7-6 (3-6)
Texas Tech 5-7 (2-7)
West Virginia 3-7 (1-8)

Big Ten
Ohio State 14-0 (9-0)
Nebraska 13-1 (8-1)
Wisconsin 10-3 (6-2)
Michigan State 9-4 (6-2)
Northwestern 4-8 (4-4)
Michigan 6-7 (4-4)
Purdue 5-7 (4-4)
Penn State 5-7 (3-5)
Iowa 5-7 (2-6)
Illinois 3-9 (2-6)
Indiana 5-7 (1-7)
Minnesota 2-10 (0-8)



Pac-12
Stanford 10-3 (8-1)
USC 10-4 (8-2)
Washington 11-3 (8-2)
Oregon 10-3 (7-2)
Arizona 9-4 (6-3)
Arizona State 7-6 (5-4)
Utah 8-5 (4-5)
Oregon State 7-6 (3-6)
UCLA 5-7 (3-6)
Cal 4-8 (2-7)
Colorado 2-10 (1-8)
Washington State 2-10 (0-9)

SEC
Alabama 13-1 (8-1)
Georgia 10-4 (7-2)
LSU 10-3 (5-3)
Arkansas 10-3 (5-3)
Texas A&M 10-3 (5-3)
Florida 8-5 (5-3)
South Carolina 8-5 (5-3)
Vanderbilt 8-5 (4-4)
Auburn 7-6 (3-5)
Ole Miss 7-6 (3-5)
Mississippi State 7-6 (3-5)
Missouri 4-8 (2-6)
Kentucky 3-9 (0-8)

10 Worst Teams
Akron 0-12
Central Michigan 1-11
Georgia State 1-11
Memphis 2-10
UAB 2-10
Old Dominion 2-10
Idaho 2-10
Colorado 2-10
Washington State 2-10
Minnesota 2-10

 

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Final Rankings

1. Ohio State 14-0 (9-0)
2. Alabama 13-1 (8-1)
3. Texas 11-2 (7-2)
4. Nebraska 13-1 (8-1)
5. LSU 10-3 (5-3)
6. Texas A&M 10-3 (5-3)
7. Stanford 10-3 (8-1)
8. Georgia Tech 11-2 (7-1)
9. Oregon 10-3 (7-2)
10. Virginia Tech 12-2 (8-1)

11. Arkansas 10-3 (5-3)
12. Washington 11-3 (8-2)
13. Notre Dame 9-4
14. Louisville 10-3 (7-1)
15. Syracuse 11-3 (6-3)
16. Georgia 10-4 (7-2)
17. Michigan State 9-4 (6-2)
18. K-State 9-4 (6-3)
19. USC 10-4 (8-2)
20. South Carolina 8-5 (4-4)

21. Boise State 11-3 (8-1)
22. Miami (FL) 9-4 (6-2)
23. Arizona 9-4 (6-3)
24. Navy 9-4
25. NIU 11-3 (7-2)

 

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Coaching Changes

Kirk Ferentz (Iowa) – Fired, replaced by Rod Carey (NIU)
Dana Holgersen (WVU) – Fired, replaced by Luke Fickell (Ohio State)
Gary Pinkel (Mizzou) – Fired, replaced by Tom Herman (Ohio State)
Paul Chryst (Pitt) – Fired, replaced by Bob Davie (New Mexico)
Tim Beckman (Illinois) – Fired, replaced by Shawn Watson (Louisville)
Mike MacIntyre (Colorado) – Fired, replaced by Doug Nussmeier (Alabama)
Jerry Kill (Minnesota) – Fired
Jim Grobe (Wake Forest) – Fired
Mike Leach (Washington State) – Fired
Norm Chow (Hawai’i) – Retired
Bobby Petrino (WKU) – Went to UTEP

And that is how the 2013-14 college football season shook out in NCAA Football 14. Did you notice anything surprising, or wish your team would have finished a little better? What do you feel about Ohio State winning it all, or Alabama not repeating? How about both Kirk Ferentz and Gary Pinkel getting fired? Leave a comment or questions below!

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