I am trying out Edge's recruiting method, I did one year on Heisman with ND and the numbers are pretty decent. I think it being on Heisman may be a bit much, if we did it on AA I think it would work perfectly as I REALLY got screwed on recruiting on Heisman. Heisman would work if we were to do it the regular way, but I think I would like it if we did this way. I changed it a little to where you had to split the number of allowed schollies in the middle, with the 4 and 5 star rounded down, making that the max # of recruits that you could sign being that of that caliber. If you failed to fill all allowable schollies for that caliber, I allowed myself to fill it with 3 star and below recruits. So here is how year 1 went: I started with ND and had 16 allowable schollies. 8 max for and star recruits with the max amount of being 4(half), and filling the rest of the allowed schollarships with recruits up to 16 total. I was only able to sign 11 total out of the 16 that I needed to have a full 70 on the roster. ND #79th recruiting class consisted of 5and 6recruits. I was #1 on 3 recruits in pipeline states, but because of how much of a bitch it is to recruit on Heisman with this, it only took one bad recruiting week to put me far behind on these guys. Here is how the top 10 looked at season's end Team-5-4-3-2-1 USC 7-7-4-0-0 UT 6-7-5-0-1 UM 3-10-7-0-0 OU 2-10-8-0-0 UF 5-4-5-0-3 PSU 2-10-4-0-2 Bama 4-4-8-0-0 TCU 0-7-17-1-0 OSU 3-6-6-0-3 NEB 0-11-8-1-0 Now if I were to carry this on for the next 5 to 6 seasons, the CPU teams would dominate. I do not like Heisman setting for this at all. I'll restart my file and do the same thing, but on AA recruiting and then post the results.