Florida State Seminoles

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  1. KnightNoles

    KnightNoles Learn to Compete

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    Florida State Seminoles

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    Offense- Florida State, or ECU
    Defense- 4-3

    Total Players: 69/70
    Seniors: 12
    Scholarship Amount: 13
     
  2. BDSDIGITAL

    BDSDIGITAL One Time for your Mind

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    Scouting Report FSU:

    Off: Runs alot. Will throw if he has to or to change it up but since he uses Emanuel he runs the ball. Not much option which was surprising. When throwing he tended to stick to shorter patterns, getting enough for the first down and not trying his luck very often.

    Def: Uses the safety almost exclusively. Will cover routes or come up for run support. Will get User picks and is good at getting position. Used aggressive settings for the vast majority of the game and was very successful with most of them especially big hits, pass coverage (int's), d line jump snap, and strip ball.
     
  3. Beazus Christ

    Beazus Christ Resident Smut Peddler

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    Offense: Runs the ball alot! Likes to shove it down your throat right off tackle. Will occasionally run a sweep. When he passes, is very efficient. Has some kinda jedi mind trick going on with his receivers on deep balls- will catch them.

    Defense: Controls the safety exclusively(?). This is not a good thing, because that damn safety gets all over the field quickly. Very tough to pass on.
     
  4. KnightNoles

    KnightNoles Learn to Compete

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    Season 3

    Offense: ECU
    Defense: Multiple D
     
  5. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    The ECU offense seems to be popular here at TF. I'll have to take a look at it tonight and see what the hubbub is about.

    You should just describe your defense as - '10 guys run around chewing up blockers, SS comes in and cleans ball carriers clock/intercepts pass from bewildered QB.';)
     
  6. Beazus Christ

    Beazus Christ Resident Smut Peddler

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    Offense: Sweep here, sweep there, 5 to 10 yards per sweep everywhere! Really effective on the deep ball. You must user control to break it up because the CPU sure as hell will not.

    Defense: Same old shit with this guy. Lots of 2-deep with his user controlled safety taking away 75% of the field (haha but seriously, hes pretty good with the safety).
     
  7. bravejaf

    bravejaf Walk On

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    Offense: Does a good job mixing up run and pass plays. If defense focuses on one option than he will beat you with the other one. I came into the game more focused on pass attack than run because his receiving core but his backup running back torched me for some huge runs. Neither zone or man coverage seemed to do much good when he went into passing attack in spread offense.

    Defense: Bottom line he is always around the ball, whether it is a run or pass play. He also does a good job of mixing up plays to keep the offense guessing. I was able to beat him for some big gains by sticking to sidelines but middle of the field is almost always covered, either by a linebacker or safety.
     
  8. Beazus Christ

    Beazus Christ Resident Smut Peddler

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    2010 ACC Championship Game

    Offense: Did his thing as usual. Really good at pounding the rock. Even better at running sweeps to the outside. If you can stop the run and force Knight into 3rd and long, he can still burn you with the deep ball. Best user Ive seen at going up and getting it in NCAA10.

    Defense: If you've played Knight, you already know about the safety from hell. He will pick off the ball if you throw it in his vicinity. You essentially have to throw the ball where his user-controlled safety is not. A tough task for sure.
     
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