Best of the Users

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  1. OsirisMonster

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    The Best of the Users
    First rank is user rank, second rank is overall compared to CPU players.
    Passing
    Passing Yards
    #1 (#6) Jacory Harris. Miami. 3229 yards passing. 18.14 yards per completion. 9.02 yards per attempt.
    #2 (#10) John Brantley. Florida. 2809 yards passing. 18.48 yards per completion. 10.29 yards per attempt.
    #3 (#12) Dayne Crist. Notre Dame. 2785 yards passing. 14.51 yards per completion. 9.64 yards per attempt.
    #4 (#15) James Vandenberg. Iowa. 2687 yards passing. 16.38 yards per completion. 8.84 yards per attempt.
    #5 (#20) Kyle Parker. Clemson. 2487 yards passing. 14.89 yards per completion. 9.68 yards per attempt.

    Passing TDs
    #1 (#6) Dayne Crist. Notre Dame. 27 TDs. 11 INTs.
    #2 (#12) Jacory Harris. Miami. 24 TDs. 18 INTs.
    #3 (#13) EJ Manuel. Florida State. 23 TDs. 2 INTs.
    #4 (#14) John Brantley. Florida. 22 TDs. 5 INTs.
    #5 (#15) Kyle Parker. Clemson. 22 TDs. 7 INTs.

    Completion %
    #1 Jarrett Lee. LSU. 67% completion on 85 of 126 passing.
    #2 Dayne Crist. Notre Dame. 66% completion on 192 of 289 passing.
    #3 Kyle Parker. Clemson. 65% completion on 167 of 257 passing.
    #4 Terrelle Pryor. Ohio State. 61% completion on 114 of 188 passing.
    #5 EJ Manuel. Florida State. 56% completion on 131 of 233 passing.

    Rushing
    Rushing Yards
    #1 (#1) Stephfon Green. Penn State. 1764 yards on 248 attempts.
    #2 (#2) Trent Richardson. Alabama. 1722 yards on 247 attempts.
    #3 (#7) Brian Bostic. Georgia Tech. 1261 yards on 216 attempts.
    #4 (#13) Chris Thompson. 1120 yards on 171 attempts.
    #5 (#18) Scott Simpson. 1020 yards on 146 attempts.

    Rushing TDs
    #1 (#1) Stephfon Green. Penn State. 21 TDs. 11.8 attempts per TD.
    #2 (#2) Trent Richardson. Alabama. 16 TDs. 15.4 attempts per TD.
    #3 (#3) Chris Thompson. Florida State. 14 TDs. 12.2 attempts per TD.
    #4 (#10) Mike Gillislee. Florida. 11 TDs. 17.3 attempts per TD.
    #5 (tie) Scott Simpson. LSU. 10 TDs. 14.6 attempts per TD.
    #5 (tie) Adam Robsinson. Iowa. 10 TDs. 18.5 attempts per TD.
    #5 (tie) Brandon Wegher. Iowa. 10 TDs. 11.5 attempts per TD.

    Yards Per Carry
    #1 Stephfon Green. Penn State. 7.11 yards per carry.
    #2 Scott Simpson. LSU. 6.98 yards per carry.
    #3 Trent Richardson. Alabama. 6.97 yards per carry.
    #4 Chris Thompson. Florida State. 6.55 yards per carry.
    #5 Brian Bostic. Georgia Tech. 5.84 yards per carry.

    Receiving
    Receiving Yards
    #1 (#3) Rueben Randle. WR. LSU. 1229 yards. 19.5 yards per reception.
    #2 (#4) CJ Fiedorowicz. TE. Iowa. 1060 yards. 16.1 yards per reception.
    #3 (6) DeVier Posey. WR. Ohio State. 992 yards. 20.2 yards per reception.

    Receiving TDs
    #1 (#3) Rueben Randle. WR. LSU. 12 TDs. TD every 5.25 receptions.
    #2 (#8) Bert Reed. WR. Florida State. 10 TDs. TD every 2.7 receptions.
    #3 (#25) Omarius Hines. WR. Florida. 7 TDs. TD every 2.3 receptions.

    Receptions.
    #1 (#14) CJ Fiedorowicz. TE. Iowa. 66 receptions.
    #2 (#23) Rueben Randle. WR. LSU. 63 receptions.

    Defense
    Tackles
    #1 (#1) Jerrell Harris. MLB. Alabama. 61 tackles. 6 for loss.
    #2 (#2) Michael Yancich. MLB. Penn State. 53 tackles. 17 for loss.
    #3 (#3) Jelani Jenkins. MLB. Florida. 52 tackles. 10 for loss.
    #4 (#4) Etienne Sabino. MLB. Ohio State. 52 tackles. 6 for loss.
    #5 (#5) Kelvin Cain. MLB. Miami. 51 tackles. 17 for loss.
    #6 (#7) Dont a Hightower. MLB. Alabama. 48 tackles. 6 for loss.
    #7 (#8) Jonathan Meeks. SS. Clemson. 48 tackles. 9 for loss.
    #8 (#9) Jonathan Bostic. MLB. Florida. 48 tackles. 6 for loss.
    #9 (#10) Jamoris Slaughter. FS. Notre Dame. 48 tackles. 6 for loss.
    #10 (#12) Khairi Fortt. OLB. Penn State. 47 tackles. 13 for loss.
    #11 (#13) Marcell Dareus. DE. Alabama. 46 tackles. 24 for loss.
    #12 (#14) Jonathan Willard. OLB. Clemson. 46 tackles. 4 for loss.
    #13 (#16) Desmond Brown. FS. Clemson. 45 tackles. 1 for loss.
    #14 (#17) Vaughn Telemaque. FS. Miami. 45 tackles. 3 for loss.
    #15 (#18) Kerry Murphy. DT. Alabama. 44 tackles. 25 for loss.
    #16 (#25) Nathan Stupar. OLB. Penn State. 42 tackles. 18 for loss.

    Interceptions
    #1 (#3) Morris Clairborne. CB. LSU. 6 interceptions.
    #2 (#4) Xavier Rhodes. CB. Florida State. 6 interceptions.
    #3 (#22) Will Hill. FS. Florida. 4 interceptions.

    Sacks
    #1 (#1) Kerry Murphy. DT. Alabama. 11 sacks.
    #2 (#4) Lerentee McCray. DE. Florida. 10 sacks.
    #3 (#5) Everett Dawkins. DE Florida State. 10 sacks.
    #4 (#6) Adam Bellamy. DE. Ohio State. 10 sacks.
    #5 (#7) John Simon. DT. Ohio State. 10 sacks.
    #6 (#8) Da Quan Bowers. DE. Clemson. 8 sacks.
    #7 (#9) Jaye Howard. DT. Florida. 8 sacks.
    #8 (#11) Michael Brockers. DT. LSU. 8 sacks.
     
  2. bdub

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    Wow I think I throw a lot...:eek:
     
  3. Archie Griffin

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    Aside from the defensive stats, which are a bit elevated, those are simply beautiful. Should we declare this the most sim season ever? We had big wins, big losses (both user and CPU) and a race that saw teams rise and fall all year long. Aside from a few simmed games that likely won't happen again, I think it's safe to say that this place offers the best college football experience around. Well done guys.
     
  4. bdub

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    Its been awesome, I am looking forward to next year.
     
  5. OsirisMonster

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    Interesting there are only 3 users in top 25 for interceptions but 16 in top 25 for tackles.
     
  6. TD351

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    Good stuff- I guess I need to start tackling more.
     
  7. carolinaeasy

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    My theory on tackles:

    The cpu offense is better which leads to us being on the field longer and accruing more tackles.

    Basically there aren't many 3 and outs.
     
  8. Urine_Trouble_

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    Nice work those stats are sweet.

    And I agree about the cpu not going 3 and out and they Always seem to convert on 3rd down
     
  9. OsirisMonster

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    Against Arkansas I had them at 3rd and 18 and called a dime cover 1 man with both DE in contain. They go screen pass. This should be a easy stop. Not so. Their halfback gets caught by three defender gang tackle when he catches the ball. Breaks through it. Then he breaks four more tackles to just cross the first down marker and gets tackled down. It was like the CPU decided Arkansas was getting a first down no matter what defense I picked.
     
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    I think this is good though...we need a solid challenge and we are getting that in big games... Pitt almost beat me and took Arch the distance too. 12 blowouts aren't fun.
     
  12. OsirisMonster

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    The game wasn't close when Arkansas got that big conversion so I wasn't worried about it. The game was never really close. Just wish EA could have the CPU play smart and win rather then do the impossible and win.
     
  13. bdub

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    Exactly, the CPU could just play good enough to beat us without having to make impossible plays to do it. I wish EA would work on the CPU play calling skills and AI.
     

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