I know most everyone has probably done the site-wide version but I think if you have a group that knows eachother personally they are more likely to stick together, and it also makes it a more competitive and fun atmosphere. So with that in mind I figure I would kick it off. KnightNoles DrunkenSoldier mikedredd redwings8831 krtgolfing trevorg234 Papa Perry chance17 Name: Brian Rothman Age: 20 Location: Baltimore/College Park, Maryland PSN: Broth262 I have had many nicknames in my life and my favorite is B-roth and after awhile some of my friends just called me broth, and hence my username today. I grew up in Baltimore, the youngest of 3, all boys. My mother grew up in Baltimore and went to Maryland and she loved sports and it rubbed off on me. I have been a sports fan my whole life, and I root for my hometown teams (i.e. Ravens, Orioles, Terps, Capitals). The first football game I ever saw live was a Maryland football game in the mid 90's when Lamont Jordan and the Maryland Terrapins got run up and down the field by NC State, but since then I have been hooked. I went to college with the hope of becoming a Collegiate football coach. So I got a job working as a student equipment manager for the University of Maryland Terrapins. It is an amazing experience that is full of hard work but I thoroughly enjoy it. This year will be even cooler as I get to trave to every road game. I attend every practice and am a part of the team, which is a very cool thing for me. Plus learning the plays and getting the inside scoop on personnel changes and even uniform changes is really neat. And this is a picture of me at work: As for video games I have been playing NCAA since I believe 2002 when someone from FSU was on the cover but his name escapes me at the moment. I dabbled in NCAA Gamebreaker in the 90's as well, but growing up I was a Madden kid. I had played every Madden starting in about 1996 all the way until Madden 08, when I had gotten completely fed up with the Madden product and turned my focus towards NCAA. Have been a die hard NCAA gamer since. Umm, I can't think of what else to write, so I guess take it from here!