Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Hova, Apr 10, 2011.
Post em up
Playbook: Florida State/Multiple D
Offense: Purdue (I think)
Scholarships: 16 SR + 0 Empty + (2 Walk On) = 16 (18)
Offense: Fresno State
Scholarships: 12 (9 seniors + 3 Empty spots)
Scholarships: 21 (15 Seniors 6 open spots)
Scholarships: 19 (19 graduating seniors, 0 empty roster spots)
Offense: South Carolina
Offense: Florida State
Scholarships: 12 seniors + 4 open spots = 16
13 Seniors, CPU has it at 70 people so only 13.
I'd love to cut a bunch of people, cpu has 7 dam QB's on the team.
Also: Offense: Nebraska , Defense: 4-3
Defense: ??? (I'd like to toy around with 4-2-5 or 3-3-5, thoughts?)
Scholarships: 67 Players 21 seniors + 3 rosters spots = 24 scholarships and not enough time.
I'm not a huge fan of people running those, and the rules bar those from being base sets.
That said, if everyone else is fine with it I don't care.
I don't mind it... both of them have absolutely gamebreaking weaknesses against users, though... so if the person you're playing knows what to do, you're not going to be able to stop them.
4-2-5 is fine if you don't abuse it. I don't want to see you using this formation vs 2 WR formations then destroying the running game with fast little shits who the retarded AI cannot block
You pretty much have to use it against 2 WR sets unless you always play 4-4. In my experience I have been able to run all over the 4-2-5 by just calling I-Form and running up the middle. I'll let you know how that goes when I play the Gophers. Pretty sure my O-Line front 5 has a higher combined rating than front 7 of Minnesota.
I've never really tested it this year, last season it was BS
Yeah, stopping the run should be interesting.
I don't expect to be in the same ballpark as teams like OSU and Penn State though.
It's not as bad this year. It does well against teams who try to run pitches/stretch every play.
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