Tired of Hearing it Guys, I'm going to pint a couple of things out. These are just my observations, but in the past, those have turned out to be pretty close to the mark, so I'm going to trust them. We're getting lit up here and there - and it's our own fault. I'll show you why: FSU - FAU - Complaint was that the FAU QB went "robo" and was somehow unstoppable. Looking at the stats, this seems possible (24-37, 399 yards). But look at this stat: FSU had 10 sacks. To get 10 sacks, I'm guessing FSU probably called two to three times as many blitzes. That probably makes up a majority of all defensive play calls. Call that many blitzes, and you're going to pay. This is not a robo-qb issue. It's a coaching issue. Make these calls against a quality opponent, and you'll get beat. WVU-Marshall - Same complaint. Marshall QB went 24-32, 363 and 2 TDs. Marshall also gave up 8 QB sacks. Again, the issue is that we're dialing up the blitz on a majority of downs, and the CPU is simply reacting to it. The yards are on us. We're not being cheated. Marshall won because they hit wide open guys, or at least that seems to be how it went. In my Vandy-LSU game in TDL2, Jordan Jefferson went 10-20 for 207 and 2 TDs, one of which came on an 80 yarder in the last two minutes of the game. LSU had me outgunned at every position. The Northwestern QB went 22-26, 216 yards, again peppering me late. I managed two sacks against NW, and none against LSU, though I did pressure some throws. NW was about even with me all over the field. I blitzed from time to time, but I didn't leave gaping holes in the secondary on every play. This stuff is getting a little silly. Try tightening things up a bit before making claims about things being unfair. Play whatever style you like, but own the consequences. This ain't TecmoBowl people, and you're players aren't all Lawrence Taylor. I'm pretty sure the results we're getting are a direct result of how we call a game. All this "I had no chance" stuff is beginning to sound a bit whiny. Sorry, but that's how I see it.