PASSING Here are the Users (that didn't graduate) Passing stats: Compared to 2012 Real Life NCAA passing numbers: As we can see, users did an exceptional job mimicking real life numbers. A+ to everyone. RUSHING Here are user totals for returning players from the 2013 season. Compare this to the 2012 Real Life season: Users were significantly less than their real life counterparts, but this is likely just do to the (generally) dramatically decreased number of carries. QBs are highlighted as our fearless Commish seems to be living in the past when it comes to the idea that ONLY RBs should having any type of rushing yardage. The user with the most rushing yardage with a QB, myself, with this Stud: didn't even remotely touch his real life counterparts. Come 2014, this Heisman finalist #5 in 2013 will try to make his stats more like his real life brethren in order to enhance the Sim aspect of the OD. I know coach Johnnyclutch is anxious to user his dual threat QB Cyler Miles. Receiving Here once again our the users returning in 2014: Compare this with the 2012 stats leaders in Real Life: You can see that users once again did a very good job maintaining adequate balance between the game and real life production. Well done guys! DEFENSE Here are the user values for the returning starters in 2014: Compare these numbers to the past year of Real Life production: Whoa. What? So far in every statistical category we have found a good mesh between user stats in game and their real life counterparts in production until now. The defensive ends from Purdue and OSU blew their Real Life brethren out of the water! It must've just been a bad year for defensive sacks in 2012. Lets look at 2011: Hmmm. Nope, Commishioner Pagamer07 and Teclemson53 both were able to do something in the game that hasn't been done in a looooong time. In fact, Pagamer07 actually broke the NCAA record with his good, yet not great DE. His DE somehow managed to get 7 sacks in the final game to push him over the edge. This is very strange considering how vocal the commish is regarding maintaining "sim" statistics within his OD. He has publicly chided players like QB Mike Eubank for "running too much" and previously suspending Maryland RB Brandon Ross for 2 games for scoring a TD at the start of a 3rd quarter. How very strange indeed. Outside of the commissioner, the users of The Redshirts OD did a great job maintaining good, "sim" statistics in all other phases of the game. Well done guys. Heres to a great 2014!