NCAA Football 12
So I uploaded a roster file which is a pretty damn good Michigan roster, its based off of the MGoBlog "Unofficial two-deep" and is as accurate as a could get it. I'd like to be able to share this with the rest of you. My gamertag is FattSack33, it also has MSU's roster because my brother is a Sparty... Oh and the gamertag was made from nicknames we got in HS so don't be a hater. The only problem was the non-duplicate numbers from offense and defense so some players have the wrong number but I did the best I could. Enjoy!
This is not on teambuilder its under roster share which is the last tab under "Team Management".
Reposting this for freernnur5 who doesn't have enough points to create a post. My edits are in parathesis.
EASports is releasing videos for each conference about the player ratings for NCAA Football 12. Below is the link for the video:
We start around the 2 minute mark. Here are the overall ratings:
The details for the demo came out yesterday, and it was kind of disappointing to see that we won't get a chance to mess around with the new features. However, I did go back and rewatch some of the videos for the new features and read the blogs with more detail on how they will work, which got me really excited for the game again. I figure we're less than 3 weeks away from it's release now, so I want to know who else is really excited for customized playbooks and customized conferences? What are you going to put in your playbooks? What conferences/divisions are you going to make? Is there anything else that you are excited for that I should be excited for as well?
I'm probably going to add ND, Mizzou, Pitt, and Navy to the B1G and have an A division and a B division. The best teams will be in A and the others will be in B. Then, I'll switch a couple of teams each year. I'm also determined to create a "Don't mess with Texas" division with Texas, TTU, TCU, TAMU, Houston, Baylor, SMU, Rice.
As far as playbook, I'll probably have a bunch of Shotgun, Pistol, Wildcat, Wishbone, and Flexbone for lots of option/power running and some quick passes to the outside. I figure that type of stuff will probably make Denard look like the god that he is going to be in this game. I'll probably try the 3-3-5 as my base defense this year, but if that doesn't work out, then I'll switch back to the 4-3.
Some early dynasty news for anyone interested. Can't wait to start out as the defensive coordinator at Michigan then work my way to Ball State, then San Diego State, then back to Michigan as the head coach ;)
"...EA and Tiburon have responded and given players the ability to create their own coaches from scratch. You can modify looks, set ages and even pick an alma mater. Save these changes, and you can share them with the world and every mode in your game.
That stuff might sound cosmetic, but it plays into the cool changes in Dynasty mode. When you start, you can choose to go be the head coach of whatever school you like, but the real challenge is taking on one of the new offensive or defensive coordinator slots and working your way up to running an entire team. Yes, this year you can be one of the assistant coaches and manage just one side of the ball for entire games. Do well, and the shot at a head coaching job might pop up. "