It's been noted several times that the CPU doesn't present us with a challenge and we usually just curb stomp the CPU now. Here are a couple of recent quotes on this from the scoring thread. I decided to check out our scoring to see how bad it is. While GoGators clearly made up his numbers, they're still pretty bad. I did the numbers both with and without Washington, but the average only changed by about 2 PPG so I just posted the numbers with Washington. The average user v. CPU game is a win by the users by a score of 44.3 - 16.9 (could someone please explain to Masler about the .3 and .9?). Keep in mind that these are averages so they're brought down by user losses (rare as they may be). The numbers without Washington were 46.0 - 15.8. I've vowed this year not to push my slider agenda on everyone this time around (although I've been slipping on this recently) so I'm just posting these numbers for info and leaving them as is. One thing that shocked me was that the CPU, on average, scores 8.5 points in the 1st half and 8.4 in the 2nd. Based on my experiences with the CPU and given 16.4 ppg, I would've expected the ratio to be on the order of 12.4 in the 1st and 4 in the 2nd. Users are getting 24.4 in the 1st half and 19.9 in the 2nd. Obviously these numbers are CPU games only and does not include user v. user games.