Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Archie Griffin, Nov 16, 2010.
I made a small touch up to the sliders before I advanced. Let me know if you notice the difference.
All I know is I got a serious beat down. Sliders played the same as my last game though so didn't notice any difference.
The tightends for Wisconsin were beasts...I didn't notice much of a difference other than the badgers about beat the crap out of me.
Looks like a great game though
It was good, but shouldn't have been close...the computer screwed me with 3:00 to go with me leading by 1. Rob Bolden scrambled out of the pocket on 3rd down and I dove across the first down marker and he fumbled. I tried to challenge the play and it wouldn't let me. I watched the replay and he was down and bounced forward, knee and elbow were both down not to mention the recovering Badger had one foot out of bounds.
I don't think you can challenge after you see a replay. I think you have to do it on the spot.
Also, the changes I made were a slight increase in our run block, and a decrease in our kickoff power. Change should be subtle, which appears to be the case so far.
I think you can do it after the auto-replay but not if you select "instant replay" , also if you try too early then you may not have the option- you may have to wait until the play clock is rolling again.
I paused immediately and tried and it said I couldn't..when that happened I went to the playcall screen and tried again...After that I watched the replay to confirm my suspicions...So I never saw a replay prior to trying to challenge.
This was a huge swing in momentum because I was moving the ball on the ground and forcing them to use timeouts.
I find that if you act too fast you can not challenge. If I want to challenge I will always wait for the play call screen to naturally then I'll challenge. If I try to speed anything up I will often get told I can not challenge so I just put down the controller and don't touch a thing until playcall screen comes up.
interesting, I have never actually challenged a call.
Is there a way to slide feet first? I've lost a few fumbles with Pryor when diving forward, even though the ground clearly causes the fumble.
I was feeling the sliders today vs UVA when I left a 45yd fg (to win as time expired) a couple of yds short- ended up winning in OT though
sliding feet first is the same as a dive...square...there is a trigger based on proximity to defeneders and what your pressing on the left stick at the time.
I thought slide versus dive was bases on a tap or hold of dive button.
I haven't noticed a difference...not to say you are wrong..but i get drilled every single time.
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