Coaches' timeouts are worse. Basketball teams should get one, full stop.
98 Rose Bowl on BTN right now.
I was very excited when I heard about the NCAA Football 2011 update that came out a couple weeks back, as most of my play time resides in the dynasty mode. The update was supposed to help maintain realistic team progression in the long-run (so that half the teams are not a D overall by 2012). But after playing a season with Arizona on a dynasty I began post-update, I am not convinced they did enough. I landed a class of mostly 3 stars, with something like 5 4-stars (I'm no Mack Brown- I know), and I was disappointed to see that all of my 4-stars were high-60s / low-70s overall. I figured that maybe they improved player progression, especially with young players, but this wasn't the case either.
I read the article on the easports website that explained its effectiveness of the update, but I'm not convinced it's anything more than EA trying to shut people up. I could be wrong though. Anyone have an opinion on all this?
(The gameplay updates have all been great though, and I guess you could say that's more important.)
Apologies if this has been posted, but I saw it on ESPN's College Football front page on the sidebar of news stories:
It's basically just info we already know, but it has some quotes from Tate and the other QBs I hadn't seen yet. It actually makes Tate out to be more invested in the team and working hard than many other articles and radio shows have in the past few weeks, which is good.
Not that we didn't know already that this team is going to be
giving us ulcers fun and exciting to watch, but Mr. Spath at TheWolverine.com has a nice article worth reading. I'm bracing myself for a lot of close, high-scoring games this year as I know we all are.
Michigan's coaching staff has been raving about safety Cameron Gordon since the spring, but during Saturday's scrimmage the redshirt freshman was one of the biggest culprits of a day-long epidemic: tackling woes.
13 days and counting, people! GO BLUE!