Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by controllerabuser, Jan 18, 2010.
Welcome Tom351 PSN: TD351
He will be taking over the Arizona State Sun Devils!
Welcome Tom! The Pac-10 is the place to be.
Welcome and good luck.. check out the stats to see that the PAC10 is weak sauce vs the BIG10...
Welcome, I love Tucson
Don't believe the whispers of cheerleaders.... If you survive one full season in the Pac-10 you'll be considered a champion. Champion to all the participants in the Big-10. :dance nana:
I think we need to set the Big Ten vs Pac Ten challenge back up! :biggun:
Welcome to the Pac 10, Tom!
check out the stats jvig.. numbers dont lie
Thanks all! Excited to play here. I managed to get ASU a much needed win over Arizona in my coaching debut with the Sun Devils.
Truth be told: I am a Big10 guy at heart, but am looking forward to some PAC10 action.
All I have to say is climate gate and Enron.
I need to turn myself in for playing vs CPU (Arizona) using kick returners with speed higher than 93 (if I remember correctly).... I will go thru my depth chart and make sure all of my players are in the ranges shown under "position changes" on the league description page.
You are fine. There is no rule for having a certain speed at kick returner.
I was gonna say, I though that rule was in place for last year's release.
I guess I must have missed something in our rule book. I took it out because I know I have used above 93. Any objections?
From what I have seen I thought it was acceleration not speed that got more KR more TDs than anything else. In other ODs my kick returner was 89 speed and 96 acc and he had at least 6 returns for TDs. 5 kickoffs and a missed fg.
Guys with over 93 speed don't do anything for me on returns.
Welcome as well
Oh no I was saying I didnt think it was a rule. But it was for the 2009 release when you could recruit a guy with 99 speed and he would be a 70 OVR and win heisman.
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