NCAA Football 13 : First Gameplay info revealed.

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  1. RynoAid

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  3. RadarRider

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    First: Thank you for the article it was a nice read.
    Second: I love gamechangers I think it's a great way for EA to connect with its fan base. So this is in no way a rant about GC.

    I just feel like some of these updates I have heard in past. EA makes the promises and talks about updates to the game and then when we recieve the product EA does not deliver on ALL of their promises. I love college football, I think NCAA 12 was an "okay" game (the transfer error for OD killed it and there were still some pressing issue from previous additions). I know that there is still a good amount of time before the game comes out and I am really exicted to hear more information. I trust the NCAA team, I think that they are always hungry to improve, I am just a little wary about these "new" updates...

    Question for A Game Changer: Have they addressed the pass rush? If you cannot answer that question/information on the way I understand.
     
  4. Drifterbub

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    The embargo for us to talk about gameplay doesn't lift until the 17th. So unfortunately we can't elaborate on anything that was on GTTV just yet.
     
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    Sounds good to me.
     
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    I too am very interested in this. i'm sick of getting sacked in 2 seconds after a drop back. i, along with at least a few other i know average about 5-7 sacks per game against us and many times the players getting the sacks are very average rated players. the swim move is just dumb.
     
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    I think I average getting sacked 3 times a game...is it that much different on AA?
     
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    No. There are occasional games where you may get sacked more.
     
  9. maverickfp

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    we play on heisman. i mainly see it more against users though. just last game an 81 OVR DT had 4 sacks against 90 OVR C's/G's. and he wasn't usering the DT, the CPU just decided that an 81 OVR with pwr/fns moves in the high 70s was just beast mode...and then when user's do user the DT...its even worse. ratings don't seem to matter at all on the lines.
     
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    Video added in the 1st Post as well

     
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    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Do you hold the ball a long time?
     
  12. RadarRider

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    me hold ball long time
     
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    i don't think so. i hold it sometimes for 3 seconds or so. i try waiting on the "hot" in route on some plays, and a 4 man rush is in my face before the WR even gets off the jam sometimes.

    i watched the old Boise/OU fiesta bowl on Hulu the other night and watched the O/Dlines. Never in the game did a dlinman swim around an Olineman. bullrushes seem to be far more prevalent than a DT pushing a guy to the side and free rushing a QB. in the game, a bullrush gets u a faceplant and swims are instant wins. i hate it.
     
  14. Papa Perry

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    Utilizing the fake snap has helped me out a ton. Also there are times you just have to throw it away.
     
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    Very good advice.
     
  16. Papa Perry

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    Got it from Hellisan it has definitely made play action possible.
     
  17. JFunk34

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    Definitely wanna use fake snap. CPU "jump snap" is redonkolous.
     
  18. GoGators

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    This one still leaves me scratching my head. I never played D-line, but I for the life of me can't imagine a D-coordinator or DL coach telling his guys to move on the first sound or something like jump snap is implemented in NCAA. I was under the impression standard practice is to watch the ball and fire off the ball when the ball moves.
     
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    It is taught, but people still react to cadence.
     
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    Correct. D-Lineman are taught to react to movement of the ball. But after a while when a QB starts calling his snaps the d-line has a tendency to try and "time" the snap count. It's just habit. I played defensive end and tackle and it's definitely a common thing.
     
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