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Peters Looks forward to Going At it Hard with Tickers

Posted By: Fritz

Wendell Petersplayed ten years in the FOFL. Nine ofthose years were with the Kongs of Keene as a defensive back, where the team failed to make theplayoffs even once, and failed to win one game in French. Peters quicklybecame accustomed to dysfunction.

This all changedwhen Peters retired and entered the coaching profession. First as Assistant Cornerbacks Coach at New Hampshire for a year, then on to Fitchburg for twoseasons as Defensive Backs coach. Petersdid a year as the Receivers Coach in Europe as part of the FOFL internshipprogram, and then another as a Defensive Coordinator.

Peters returned tothe states to take the same position with North Western. An unexpected run at the Big Ten championshipled by a pounding Wildcat defense thrust him into the discussion for vacanciesin both college and the pros. Peterscapitalized on this by inking an five year deal to become the head coach atMemphis.

The turnaround on the Mississippi wasremarkable. Peter took a 2 and 10 team to 6and 6 more.

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Carter Plans to Retire After Season

Posted By: Fritz

Christian “Muleshoe” Carter announced his plans to retire from the FOFL after the season. The announcement came Monday afternoon, after 15 years and three trips to the FOFL Bowl (one starting) as the quarterback of the French Ticklers. Carter, who is on the final year of a 3 year contract, plans to call it quits after the 2043 season.

At an emotional press conference held at Novelty Stadium, Muleshoe choked back tears as he said, "I know it's the right thing. I know it's the right thing for me because of my age, health, the leg problems I've had. It took its toll."

Muleshoe has suffered as many as eight leg injuries during his FOFL career, which will leave many teams reluctant to take the chance that he can lead their team through an entire season. He hopes to explore a more.

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French Takes Six

Posted By: Fritz

In an unprecedented move, The French Ticklers have taken 6 defensive backs in the 2039 FOFL draft. In the last pick of the first round, the Ticklers selected S Melvin Alston from Louisiana-Monroe. Two picks later at 2-2 the Ticklers tapped Western Kentucky's S Matt Elliott. At the end of the third round French selected Mississippi's S Jorge Dingle. Pausing a round to take an offensive player the Ticklers returned to action taking CBs Nick Schroeder (Buffalo), Leslie Carlisle (Weber), and Shaun Perry (Michigan) In the 5th and 6th rounds.

New Head Coach Daniel Beaton made it known in the locker room that he would not tolerate mediocrity in the defensive backfield. "We have an explosive offense and a great pass rush. There is no reason for the secondary to struggle so much. "

Going into the draft the Ticklers were carrying 9 defensive backs, and expect to keep 9 into the season. "You do the math," quipped GM Fritz. "There will be some disappointed players after training camp, but we have to constantly improve." more.

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Alabama release LB Drietz

Posted By: Isacco

After four years of mutual misunderstanding GM Isacco decide to release LB Omar Drietz, one of the best LB of the FOFL.
"I make the possible and the impossible to find a solution with Omar but he want to move to another team." Said Isacco. "I'm forced to do this!"
"I'm very excited to become a free agent and I'm sure many team are ready to talk with my agent." Said Drietz in an interview. "I'm very happy to have finally a possibility to change team. I want to win a Bowl and Alabama is not ready for this!" more.

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Tallahassee Camo Toes resign Fernando Holmes to multi-year extension

Posted By: deanver

In his first big move as owner of the Tallahassee Camo Toes, formerly the London Rippers, team owner Dean Ogletree announces the signing of S Fernando Holmes to a 6 year, $79.91 million contract extension this week.

"This guy is a proven leader on and off the field. There's no way I could have let him get on the free agent market," says Ogletree. "We expect him to continue to lead this team. He's an outstanding football player and person in general. I'm delighted to have him here."

"I'm excited at the opportunity to possibly finish my career with this team. I'm excited and ready for the 2033 season," added Holmes.

Holmes was the 11th overall pick in the 2029 draft and has started all 64 games of his career. He was also a member of the All-FOFL First Team in more.

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Pass Yards

1.V. Lusher5191
2.T. Famie4989
3.N. Burks4988

Rush Yards

1.M. Checovetes1978
2.H. McCarroll1688
3.B. Devine1625

Rec Yards

1.M. Rockwell1710
2.R. Conway1656
3.S. Dayne1561


1.D. Porter8
F. Morrison8
D. Schwartz8


1.R. Cutler38
2.H. Oliver29
N. Johnson29

Yards From Scrimmage

1.H. McCarroll2160
2.B. Devine2122
3.M. Checovetes2052

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