Discussion in 'The Experience' started by Archie Griffin, Aug 3, 2009.
19 Rushes, 383 Yards, 3TD in a 62-10 rout.
Anyone have any issues with this?
Not as of yet. I ran for 250 on Wyoming with Texas. That's kind of expected.
This is one guy.
It was almost 600 for the team.
I saw zeros on the scoreboard in the 4th quarter of your game. This game had a 79 yard TD pass with a minute left in the 3rd to make it 52-10. And a 73 yard TD run in the 4th.
I'm guessing a few guys legitimately didn't get the message about the scoring cap being lowered to 60.
My concern looking at that is that it's option running, which could be bad.
The fact is that we goofed the sliders a bit, and made it easy to run for a week. But I think most of us would agree that taking this kind of advantage of it is a bit much.
But hey, I've been wrong before.
I don't know the circumstances (IE. Florida vs. FCS somethingorother) but I think even in the worst case scenario, 400 yards rushing and 20 yards per carry is pretty damned ridiculous. Of course, in a 62-10 game, this guys should've been pulled fairly early, even the fact that something like this is possible is troubling.
I dont think you are wrong. I agree that its a bit much.
And of course I had a bye week, thanks a lot Archie. Then again people got mad last year when I averaged 8 a carry with Jhavid Best.
Sorry, it was FIU. Won't let it happen again.
DAMN!!! I had 280 for my team and I thought that was alot. Im playing 5-2 Against you AMP
Well before you get to me, beat those Nasty Canes.
Is that the NCAA record?
Use your depth chart man!
Heh. I didn't know it was someone in this league. I guess we know who'll win he Heisman.
Believe it or not, I've lost it twice in the last week with backs that have rushed over 2,000 yards.
Still searching for a National Title, and a Heisman.
Oh, and I did some checking.
LT > Your back
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