Only in hindisght, Max Browne vs Darnold. But most people expected Browne to eventually get a chance to start coming into that season
Having played NCAA 14 with the 2013 rosters, I’m shocked Browne didn’t become the starter. He becomes a world beater in that game by his RS Junior year.
MSU fans vs Connor Cook in 2013
I've said this on here before, but one of my favorite things is to see friends of mine on facebook re-share their angry statuses from 2013 at the beginning/middle of September every year. Things like "bring back Andrew Maxwell" or "I don't know who the hell this Connor Cook guy is but I don't every want to see him on the field again" or "might as well burn Damion Terry's redshirt and at least get him some experience"
Really, there were anti-Cook fans in 2013? I remember being so damn relieved when they finally put Cook in.
I wasn’t even supposed to make it, Notre Dame just ended up losing in their conference title game, but I was kinda sad because it was my first national title appearance on this realignment system but the opponent was a let down
I usually force low OVR teams to lose one game late in the season if it looks like they’re going undefeated. It’s ridiculous when a low 80s OVR team is playing for the Natty.
I had one of these games against SDSU as Texas Tech the other day. They went up by 17 points on me early in the game. Thankfully I managed a 4th quarter comeback.
What’s odd is I played much better teams later in the year (Texas, OU, Alabama) and butchered them. I don’t get the AI sometimes.
For me the answer is usually to duck back to read options, power Os, and slants. Pitch-options run the risk of an infuriating INT, so they're out. It worked this time, but barely. I outgained them like 375-150 but needed a late TD to break the tie, then got lucky on a dropped pass on defense.
Plays with your RB running an angle route out of the backfield are also solid in this situation. Unless your RB is an incompetent receiver, it’s often a guaranteed first down (or TD if you’re within 10 yards of the goal.)
Yes, in the article and they’ve stated on Twitter many times that everything from players, teams, stadiums, and I think even songs will be user created and downloadable
How is it legal for us as users to create custom rosters etc. with the likeness of players, but companies can't do that? And how is it legal for companies to make games that allow users to do that?
Not that I'm opposed to it (obviously!), but the legalities here seem so strange.
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In fact, J. Ware actually had more rushing yards, TD’s, and receiving yards than T. Huggins and somehow lost the Heisman. They also just barely missed having a third 1000+ yd rusher.
UGA also had a monster rushing attack with two 1500+ yd rushers. I’ve never seen such domination in the running game, even from one of the traditional triple option schools until this year.
Whi was the coach / what was their playbook?
This happened to me before when I tried setting big hits and strip ball to aggressive. The play immediately after their RB suddenly becomes a pinball and my defense can't tackle to save their lives.
I've had this happen to me on Heisman even with the tackling options set to conservative.
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Right?? I built Minneasota into a perennial powerhouse in one of the most competitive conferences in college football and no one's writing articles about my feats!
Kidding aside, it's great to see how many people still enjoy this game so many years later.