Discussion in 'The Tradition' started by BRUCE80, Sep 3, 2010.
Two pick six's off hit QBs and we are down 13-0 to OSU
We are a minute into the game.
I saw the final..Ouch.
That was the cheapest game i have ever had vs the cpu...unreal.
We could do no right and they could do no wrong..
We literaly had CBs jumping back towards the line of scrimmage so they would miss the ball and OSU could catch it. The last two scores for them came on long third down plays where our db just jumped out of the way and they took the pass for long scores.
I got to the point were I just super simmed the rest of the game cause it was such a joke.
It was unreal..just glad its over the game was a complete waste of time.
LOLOL--YES!!!!. Sorry 'Bout It UCLA.
LOL, remember the party chat we were in with you bawling/losing, I don't remember much compassion from the Brucester then!
Here is a nice baby
I really haven't seen a huge issue with the QB flutter picks. Is this something that has been happening recently? I think Ryno was saying that the strength rating of a QB effects the projectile path of the ball while being hit.
I dish it out, I can take it. F you all.
could be worse ... you could be playing your first seven games of the dynasty against humans on the road ...
I've said it a few times but IMO CPU interceptions are high. We're 1 ,4 and 5 in INTs in the Pac 10. 1, 3 and 5 in the Big Ten. 1, 2, 4 and 5 in the Big East. Only team low in INTs is Cal with just 2. Wisconsin doesn't count since JMS has only thrown the ball 68 times (rest of us are over 100)
I love not be counted! Epic thread though!
I don't mind the INT's I've thrown. All of them were dumb throws on my end
IMO the sliders are giving us good, challenging games. The passers are passing. The runners are running. The picks are our fault!
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