NCAA '11: League Description - The Experience

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  1. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    NCAA '11: League Description - The Experience

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    Dynasty Description
    The Experience started on a website in a galaxy far, far away...

    At some point in 2008, led by "Archie Griffin", the collection of users at the time (two leagues worth of members) moved over to Tradition Football, where they found a group of like-minded individuals. As time passed our members and TF became a homogeneous group. Still, the group in The Experience has always been a special group, with high expectations and amazing results.

    The Experience is a league founded on the ideal that the game we play online should closely resemble the game played on Saturday, and the typically tight restrictions on things have always evolved to provide the members of the dynasty a realistic experience. We firmly believe that the computer should not be our whipping boy, those games make up the large part of the season and should have meaning.

    Finally, the league is founded on stability. Finding new members is serious business and it has been found that people playing with their favorite team, or a team they can invest themselves into, get more involved and stick around.

    Roster (Currently 11 Members)
    Name Team
    Shaun Mason Ohio State
    Big Suge Knight Michigan
    JCspartan2 Michigan State
    AJ Hart MN Penn State
    GoGators Florida
    MaslerBoros16 Alabama
    Randiesel75 Georgia
    Pagamer07 LSU
    HovaTheGodMC Miami
    dakota7 Florida State
    blLL flo Clemson
    gowazzucougs Georgia Tech


    General Rule Expansions from TF Rules

    None at this time.

    Sliders & Settings
    Column 1 Column 2
    Difficulty: All-American
    Quarters: 8 mins
    Sliders
    Offense HUM CPU[/U][/B]
    QB Accuracy 30 30
    Pass Block 50 60
    WR Catching 50 50
    RB Ability 50 50
    Run Blocking 25 80
    Defense HUM CPU[/U][/B]
    Pass Coverage 45 60
    Pass Rush 60 55
    Interceptions 15 30
    Rush Defense 25 70
    Tackling 40 50
    Special Teams HUM CPU[/U][/B]
    FG Power 5 20
    FG Accuracy 35 55
    P Power 5 45
    P Accuracy 35 75
    Kickoff Power 25 45


    Position Changes
    *** Note that position changes only apply to recruits being switched to position different from their natural positions. Players recruited as ATHs can be 10 lbs and 2 speed points away from the restrictions and still qualify. A petition can be made for an exception to an ATH who may be close to the restrictions and is not capable of playing other positions well. A post should be made in the forum explaining the situation with full attributes of the ATH and OVR ratings at different positions.

    Here is a list of the speed translations in the game from 40 times.

    Pos Notes
    QB: No Restrictions
    RB: No Restrictions
    FB: Restricted Weight restriction > 230 lbs, Speed restriction < 84
    WR: No restrictions
    TE: Restricted Height restriction > 6'2'' Weight restriction > 225lbs Speed restriction < 86
    OL: No restrictions
    DT: Restricted Weight restriction > 265 lbs
    DE: Restricted Height restriction > 6'2'' Weight restriction > 240 lbs Speed Restriction < 83
    OLB: Restricted Weight restriction > 225 lbs Speed Restriction < 85
    MLB: Restricted Weight restriction > 235 lbs Speed restriction < 85 DB: No restrictions
    RET: No Restrictions


    Players leaving
    A player will not be allowed to attempt to sway a player from the pro draft if he:
    • is > 95 OVR
    • is a JR that has won the Heisman
    • is a JR and has won a major award (Thorpe, Maxwell, Biletnikoff, etc) and is > 90 OVR
    Kickers and punters can be swayed from pro draft regardless of OVR and class.


    Scholarships
    The amount of scholarships that can be offered at any given time will be dictated by the following formula:

    A = number of seniors on your team that will graduate
    B = number of underclassmen that qualify for pro draft with aforementioned rules.
    C = 70 - current amount of players currently on roster

    A + B + C = total number of available scholarships.

    Note: Committed players count against your scholarship limit.
     
  2. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Addition to Rules:

    You may cut 1 player per season after recruiting. You may still not over recruit...so you can recruit to 70 BEFORE cuts, leaving you all year a player short if you choose to cut.
     

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