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Rickey Layman
No. 84, 80
Position: Wide Receiver
Personal information
Date of birth: (1986-01-27) January 27, 1986 (age 30)
Place of birth: Fort Knox, Kentucky
Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight: 225 lb (102 kg)
Career information
High school: duPont Manual (KY)
College: Montana State
Career history

Pages I have made or have a major hand in[edit]

2010 Bulls Season[edit]

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results Game Site TV
Final score Team record
1 Saturday, June 19 7pm EST Hopkinsville Jokers 0–0
Final score Team record
2 Saturday, June 26 7pm EST Louisville Saints 0–0
Final score Team record
3 Saturday, July 10 7pm EST Letcher County Wolves 0–0

MCFL Membership timeline[edit]

Bulls Season Template[edit]

Season Team League Conference Division Regular Season Post Season Results Awards
Finish Wins Losses Ties
1988 1988 Independent 0 0 0
1989 1989 Independent 0 0 0
1990 1990 HOFL 0 0 0
1991 1991 HOFL 0 0 0
1992 1992 MCFL 0 0 0
1993 1993 MCFL Central 0 0 0
1994 1994 MCFL Southwest 0 0 0
1995 1995 MCFL West 0 0 0
1996 1996 MCFL 0 0 0
1997 1997 MCFL 0 0 0
1998 1998 MCFL West 0 0 0
1999 1999 MCFL East 0 0 0
2000 2000 MCFL East 0 0 0
2001 2001 MCFL 0 0 0
2002 2002 MCFL 0 0 0
2003 2003 MCFL 0 0 0
2004 2004 MCFL 0 0 0
2005 2005 MCFL 0 0 0
2006 2006 MCFL 0 0 0
2007 2007 MCFL 0 0 0
2008 2008 MCFL National 0 0 0


Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
1 Detroit Seminoles 2
8 Central Kentucky Chargers 0
1 Detroit Black Ravens 16
6 Columbus Fire 6
3 Columbus Fire 25
6 Columbus Fire 38
1 Detroit Black Ravens 36
2 Detroit Seminoles 21
5 West Michigan Force 39
4 Cleveland Lions 37
2 Detroit Seminoles 48
5 West Michigan Force 29
7 Indiana Mustangs 21
2 Detroit Seminoles 35

Semi-pro football Wikiproject[edit]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Council/Proposals#Semi-pro_football

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
1 Detroit Black Ravens 30
8 Ohio Swarm 0
1 Detroit Black Ravens 16
6 Columbus Fire 6
3 Hardin County Wolverines 25
6 Columbus Fire 38
1 Detroit Black Ravens 36
2 Detroit Seminoles 21
5 West Michigan Force 39
4 Cleveland Lions 37
2 Detroit Seminoles 48
5 West Michigan Force 29
7 Indiana Mustangs 21
2 Detroit Seminoles 35

Elite MCFL[edit]

Elite Mid-Continental Football League
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2011 EMCFL season
150 px
Sport American Football
Founded 2010
Inaugural season 2010
CEO Tiffany M. Turner
No. of teams 26
Country United States
Most titles One Team, One Vote!; The future of semi-pro football
Official website EliteMCFL.com

The Elite Mid-Continental Football League (also known as EliteMCFL or EMCFL) is a semi-professional American football league formed from the merger of the Mid Continental Football League and the Elite American Football League.

History[edit]

Formation[edit]

At the conclusion of the 2010 MCFL season, the Kings Comets left the MCFL for the Gridiron Developmental Football League leaving the MCFL with seven teams from the previous year. At the same time, several teams from the United States Football Alliance left the league to form the Elite American Football League. Both leagues began looking for teams to add to their numbers. Eventually the presidents of both leagues began on a proposal to merge the leagues to create a single league.

Teams[edit]

The league will comprise teams from the states of Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania.

EMCFL Membership timeline[edit]

2013 FBS Playoffs[edit]

NCAA FBS Playoff bracket[edit]

  'First Round'
November 30
Campus Sites
'Second Round'
December 7
Campus Sites
'Quarterfinals'
December 13 and December 14
Campus Sites
'Semifinals'
December 20 and December 21
Campus Sites
'National Championship Game

January 4
1:00 PM CST
Toyota Stadium,
Frisco, Texas
ESPN2
Dial Global Sports

                                               
                   
                   
          
          
             
                   
          
          
                   
                   
        
          
             
                   
          
        
                   
 Butler* 0     2  Eastern Illinois*  
        
          
 Sacred Heart 27  Fordham
 Fordham* 37     7  Towson*  
        
          
 South Dakota State        
 Northern Arizona*     3  Eastern Washington*  
        
          
 Samford  
 Jacksonville State*     6  McNeese State*  


Home team    † Overtime

All-time school records by wins[edit]

This list goes through the 2013 season.

# Team Records Pct. Big Sky Championships National Championships
1 North Dakota 622-383-30 .615 0 1
2 Montana 564-478-26 .540 19 2
3 Eastern Washington 503-404-23 .553 7 1
4 UC Davis 495-384-35 .560 0 0
5 Cal Poly 485-383-19 .557 1 1
6 Montana State 470-467-33 .501 14 3
7 Idaho State 449-488-21 .479 3 1
8 Northern Arizona 445-438-23 .503 2 0
9 Northern Colorado 425-450-26 .486 0 2
10 Portland State 331-354-10 .483 0 0
11 Weber State 266-294-3 .475 3 0
12 Sacramento State 263-351-8 .429 0 0
13 Southern Utah 261-319-13 .451 1 1

Rickey Layman[edit]

Rickey Layman
Born Rickey Allen Layman II
(1986-01-27) January 27, 1986 (age 30)
Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA
Nationality American
Other names Rick the Barkeep
Ethnicity Caucasian, Native American
Alma mater Montana State University, Ritsumeikan University [1]
Occupation Actor, filmmaker, director, producer, writer, editor, reviewer
Years active 2013–present
Notable work The Onyx Tavern, Hero Worship, Mahal Kita
Spouse(s) Yeon Kyeong Jang (m. 2011)
Children 1

Rickey Allen Layman II (born 1986) is an American filmmaker, producer, editor, and pod caster. He is known for his YouTube channel which has over 1,200 subscribers and over 430,000 views.[2]

Early life[edit]

Rickey Layman was born on January 27th, 1986, in Kentucky, to Rickey Layman (Sr.) and Kathy Layman. His father, a tank operation in the United States Army, was reassigned from Fort Knox, Kentucky, to a military base in Germany. Thus relocating Rickey (age 3) and his family to Europe. After participating in Operation Desert Storm, his father was stationed at Fort Knox and thus relocated the family back to the United States.

At a young age, Rickey was inspired by many super hero TV shows and books, including the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Batman the Animated Series, and Animorphs.

Career[edit]

YouTube videos[edit]

Main article: The Onyx Tavern

Beginning in 2013, Rickey developed his flagship YouTube series, The Onyx Tavern. The show was developed to ofter opinions on the Super Sentai and Power Ranger franchises, while trying to be serious and educational about the subject matter.

Film[edit]

Year Film Functioned as
Director Producer Screenwriter Actor
2004 Mahal Kita Yes Yes Yes Yes
2013 Hero Worship Yes No Yes No

"Mahal Kita" (2004)[edit]

Mahal Kita was a short film that was shot, directed, and edited by Rickey. He also portrays the male lead, opposite of his then girlfriend, Mabel Cabalitasan. The film was inspired by the Ernest Tubb song, "My Filipino Baby", which recounts a US Naval officer who longs for a Filipino woman he met, while on tour in the Philippines. The film tells a similar story of a US solider who falls in love with a Filipino woman, but takes a different turn.[3]

"Hero Worship" (2013)[edit]

Rickey's second short film was a student film he made while at Montana State University. The film centers around two soldiers who return home from a fictitious war. The film explores their views on returning home a "hero". [4] The film was meant to criticize the perception that all soldiers are heroes and that military officers are held in higher public esteem. The film was met with criticism, with claims of the film being "boring" and "racist".

Personal life[edit]

Rickey attended high school at duPont Manual High School in Louisville, Kentucky. He attended college at Montana State University and studied abroad at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan [5] He was married on November 18th, 2011 to Yeon Kyeong Jang. They have one daughter, Trini Ha Yoon Layman, born August 12, 2015.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rickey Layman's Resume". Linkedin. Retrieved October 2, 2015. 
  2. ^ "YouTube: Rickey Layman". YouTube. Retrieved September 25, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Mahal Kita". IMDB. Retrieved October 1, 2015. 
  4. ^ "Hero Worship". IMDB. Retrieved October 1, 2015. 
  5. ^ "Rickey Layman's Resume". Linkedin. Retrieved October 20, 2015. 

External links[edit]


Male-Manual[edit]

Male victories Manual victories
# Date Location Winner Score
1 1893 Louisville Male 14–12
2 1894 Louisville Male 12–10
3 1894 Louisville Male 6–0
4 1895 Louisville Male 12–0
5 1896 Louisville Male 28–10
6 1896 Louisville Male 22–0
7 1897 Louisville Manual 20–0
8 1897 Louisville Male 10–6
9 1898 Louisville Tie 00–0
10 1899 Louisville Tie 00–0
11 1900 Louisville Tie 00–0
12 1901 Louisville Tie 00–0
13 1902 Louisville Tie 00–0
14 1903 Louisville Tie 00–0
15 1904 Louisville Tie 00–0
16 1905 Louisville Tie 00–0
17 1906 Louisville Tie 00–0
18 1907 Louisville Tie 00–0
19 1908 Louisville Tie 00–0
20 1909 Louisville Tie 00–0
21 1910 Louisville Tie 00–0
22 1911 Louisville Tie 00–0
23 1912 Louisville Tie 00–0
24 1913 Louisville Tie 00–0
25 1914 Louisville Tie 00–0
# Date Location Winner Score
26 1915 Louisville Tie 00–0
27 1916 Louisville Tie 00–0
28 1917 Louisville Tie 00–0
29 1918 Louisville Tie 00–0
30 1919 Louisville Tie 00–0
31 1920 Louisville Tie 00–0
32 1921 Louisville Tie 00–0
33 2000 Louisville Male 49–0
34 2001 Manual Manual 20–13
35 2002 Male Male 26–0
36 2002A Male Male 27–0
37 2003 Manual Male 32–26
38 2004 Louisville Male 24–23
39 2005 Louisville Male 31–28
40 2006 Louisville Male 35–7
41 2007 Papa John's Cardinal Stadium Manual 34–14
42 2008 Louisville Manual 41–24
43 2009 Louisville Male 27–14
44 2010 Male Manual 21–14
45 2011 Manual Manual 23–14
46 2012 Louisville Manual 24–14
47 2013 Louisville Manual 32–29
48 2014 Louisville Male 28–21
49 2015 Manual Male 43–7
Series: Male leads 17–8–24

A Playoff game


UC Davis/Sac State[edit]

UC Davis victories Sacramento State victories
# Date Location Winner Score
1 1954 Sacramento, CA UC Davis 14–0
Series: UC Davis leads 1–0


The Dam Cup[edit]

Eastern Washington victories Portland State victories
# Date Location Winner Score
1 1968 Cheney, WA Portland State 19–13
2 1969 Portland, OR Portland State 35–0
3 1970 Cheney, WA Portland State 34–0
Series: Portland State leads 3–0

A Playoff Game

Louisville/Virginia[edit]

Louisville victories Virginia victories
# Date Location Winner Score
1 1988 Louisville, KY Louisville 30–28
2 1989 Charlottesville, VA Virginia 16–15
3 2014 Charlottesville, VA Virginia 23–21
4 2015 Louisville, KY Louisville 38–31
Series: Tied 2–2

Rice Bowl[edit]

Rice Bowl
Rice Bowl presented by Prudential
Stadium Tokyo Dome
Location Tokyo, Japan
Previous stadiums National Stadium (1984-1990)
Operated 1984-present
Conference tie-ins X-League
Sponsors
2015 matchup

Results[edit]

Date Game College Team Score X-League Stadium
January 3, 1984 37 Kyoto 29-28 Renown Rovers National Stadium
January 3, 1985 38 Nihon 53-21 Renown Rovers National Stadium
January 3, 1986 39 Kwansei Gakuin 42-45 Renown Rovers National Stadium
January 3, 1987 40 Kyoto 35-34 Renown Rovers National Stadium
January 3, 1988 41 Kyoto 42-8 Renown Rovers National Stadium
January 3, 1989 42 Nihon 47-7 Renown Rovers National Stadium
January 3, 1990 43 Nihon 42-14 Asahi Beer Silver Star National Stadium
January 3, 1991 44 Nihon 35-13 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1992 45 Kwansei Gakuin 6-28 Onward Oaks Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1993 46 Kyoto 20-29 Asahi Beer Silver Star Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1994 47 Kwansei Gakuin 23-28 Asahi Beer Silver Star Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1995 48 Ritsumeikan 14-16 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1996 49 Kyoto 35-21 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1997 50 Kyoto 16-19 Recruit Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1998 51 Hosei 0-39 Kashima Deers Tokyo Dome
January 3, 1999 52 Ritsumeikan 16-30 Recruit Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2000 53 Kwansei Gakuin 17-33 Asahi Beer Silver Star Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2001 54 Hosei 13-52 Asahi Soft Drinks Challengers Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2002 55 Kwansei Gakuin 30-27 Asahi Soft Drinks Challengers Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2003 56 Ritsumeikan 36-13 Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2004 57 Ritsumeikan 28-16 Onward Oaks Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2005 58 Ritsumeikan 7-26 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2006 59 Hosei 17-47 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2007 60 Hosei 29-30 Onward Oaks Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2008 61 Kwansei Gakuin 38-52 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2009 62 Ritsumeikan 17-13 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2010 63 Kansai 16-19 Kashima Deers Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2011 64 Ritsumeikan 0-24 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2012 65 Kwansei Gakuin 28-38 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2013 66 Kwansei Gakuin 15-21 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2014 67 Kwansei Gakuin 16-34 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome
January 3, 2015 68 Kwansei Gakuin 24-33 Fujitsu Frontiers Tokyo Dome

Ritsumeikan/KG[edit]

Kwansei Gakuin victories Ritsumeikan victories
# Date Location Winner Score
1 2015 Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka Ritsumeikan 30–27
Series: Ritsumeikan leads 1–0

Idaho/Washington State[edit]

Idaho victories Washington State victories
# Date Location Winner Score
1 1894 Moscow, ID Idaho 22–0
2 1894 Pullman, WA Idaho 12–0
3 1894 Moscow, ID Washington State 10–0
Series: Idaho leads 2–1

List of Japanese college football teams[edit]

Programs[edit]

Team Nickname City Prefecture League First
Played
Hokkaido Big Green Sapporo Hokkaido Hokkaido 1974 [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1974年創部 BigGreenの歴史". 北海道大学アメリカンフットボール部. Retrieved November 29, 2015. 

See also[edit]

2015 Tokyo Bowl[edit]

2015 Tokyo Bowl
tokyobowl.jpg
Date December 6, 2015
Season 2015
Stadium Fujitsu Stadium
Location Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Tokyo Bowl
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