Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by ChiDefenda, Oct 5, 2009.
If u have any openings I would like NIU. PSN is ChiDefenda
got it. will be added by morning.
just added. Welcome
Thanks BC! Looking forward to the competition!
im in ill take vandy if they are still open
Wrong league lol
Are u guys full? Ill take Buffalo if there available.
If this was the league your looking for... let me know. Vandy is open.... although they are in the SEC and not your typical "Bowl Buster".... if you were to run through the SEC with Vandy and make a BCS bowl, I would consider that a triumph. Just let me know if this was the league you were joining, I know I left you a message, but Bamaboiking has gotten me a bit confused.
Drunk: Will add you in the morning by 9am EST.
Im just saying this is a non AQ league amirite? so he could choose a more apropriate team
Which do u guys think is the toughest team to go from 1* to BCS contender with?
My guess is Wyoming... they suck and its tough to recruit based on location.
your right ill take uab but yes this is definately the right league
I actually played in a dynasty with a couple guys in the MWC. I was Air Force and my two buddies were Wyoming and New Mexico St.
I have to say that Wyoming isn't the worst for the following reasons.
1. Laramie is 45 mins away from Denver, CO.
2. Their biggest competition for recruits is the big ones, Boise State, BYU, Utah, and the Colorado schools. Who are stiff competition but not as stiff as Oklahoma, Texas, Florida, Ect.
3. Their recruiting and team are on the rise. Over 80% of their team resides from outside the Northwest.
4. Their fan base is actually pretty good.
Don't get me wrong it is still incredibly hard, and they suck bad.....but I think the hardest 1 star team to improve quickly with is San Jose St.
I played as San Jose St. in a dynasty. Their QB rocks.... had some decent receivers. In real life their horrible.... but in game, I think you could Bowl them first year.
Ok Ok touche Lee, I can't say I have played more than one game with them and it didn't fare so well for me. So back to the drawing board.....which Team is the toughest team to rise to the top?
I would argue that Utah State and Temple are just as hard.
My gut tells my to stick with Vandy though. Even though they are in a Big time conference, look at their competition. By the time you hit year 3, Florida, LSU, Bama, Georgia, Ark and Tennessee will all be ahead in recruiting with 5* players. Im not saying it can't be done.... I just think your schedule and recruiting would be tough for the 1st couple of years. I think Onradio couldn't possibly do it... but then again, he's got Tulane @ 10-1 with a win over LSU.
Yeah I was thinking Temple as well. What do you think about syracuse?
Don't put temple in that hard group
San Jose St is hard, I agree with that. I am them in an online dynasty, recruiting against the Pac 10 is terrible.
I will agree that Vandy is hard, ranked 39 but probably somewhere between 8th and 12th in SEC.
Buffalo is hard, outside of a coach, they really have nothing. WKU is hard also.
Ok sounds like you have a soft spot for Temple, sorry to upet you bc. I can't say I am familiar, just checked out their schedule and roster. I did start a personal dynasty with Western Kentucky, only lost two games in the sun belt. Went to the New Orleans Bowl and Got WORKED by Houston. Then again I didn't have the difficulty settings as we do in this dynasty. So I would say WKU is hard but the sun belt isn't a strong conference...so it is a lil bit easier to do well in conference play, but still challenging.
Yeah... I was going to put WKU at the top of the list but I didn't want you to feel hopeless.
I have a soft spot for Buffalo, was born and raised there. The MAC is a stronger conference than Sun Belt, and Temple is much better than WKU. I like playing with WKU, they truly are a challenge.
will see ur wku boys first hand week 12!
you mean week 14 don't you, Ark State is my last game of season. Don't rush the time for the game, we need to enjoy it lol
hahaha yeah I meant "game" 12
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