OT: PS3 NCAA 13 Dynasty

Submitted by HeyGuy14 on October 23rd, 2012 at 5:44 PM

I know I posted this Saturday but thought it may have gotten lost during everything that was going on during gameday.

I am checking to see if anyone would be interested in join a big ten conference dynasty.

Teams left are: MSU, Illinois, Minnesota, Purdue, Nebraska, Penn State and Iowa.

Rules are: Sim style, 7 min. quarters and all american difficulty.

Let me know your PSN and what team you want. I will send you friend request on PSN to give invite into dynasty.

I ran one of these dynasty for the 12' game with lots of success. We also have a message board where you can trash talk and have some fun week to week. Let me know. Thanks

Comments

HeyGuy14

October 23rd, 2012 at 7:19 PM ^

I am just going by mostly a first come first serve basis. So the sooner you accept friend request. Sooner you get invite. I am trying to fill the spots and had a couple guys before say theyre interested and not accept yet.

HeyGuy14

October 23rd, 2012 at 7:47 PM ^

I got 9 people into dynasty as of right now, I have a friend request to someone requesting nebraska. So waiting on him to accept....

Teams that are left are:

Nebraska- maybe

Illinois

Minnesota

ozi23

October 23rd, 2012 at 8:24 PM ^

Depth Chart Substitutions:
QB (no subs)
HB (can sub to 4th/5th WR in a 4/5 WR set)
FB (can play FB, HB, or TE)
TE (can play any slot WR position)
WR (no subs)
OLine can play any OLine position
Dline can play any Dline position
Lb's can play any Lb position
CB, SS, and FS (are interchangeable)
KR/PR - Any player eligible

Nothing above is outrageous. Putting wide receivers/running backs/cornerbacks with 90+ speed at QB and running is not permitted. All of the subs above should be made prior to the start of the game. In-game subs can be made if:

A. A player is struggling.
B. You are trying to prevent an injury.
C. The game is a blow out (mass subs should be make in the mid/late fourth quarter to give backups some playing time).

Offense:
Mix up your offense and especially your run calls: You should be running a variety of different plays, such as dives, blasts, stretches, draws, counters etc and not running tosses every single time.

Unrealistic Pitch/Lateral: If you get off a late pitch that is unrealistic, you are to run the ball out of bounds AS CLOSE to the line of scrimmage upon receiving the pitch as possible. Option pitches should not occur once your quarterback is in the process of being tackled (NOTE: tackled and touched are different. Occasionally a QB will get hit and still maintain his balance).

QB Scrambling: Unrealistic QB scrambling/sprinting is not allowed. This includes pass plays and screens. Constantly dancing from sideline to sideline, running straight backwards or well behind the line of scrimmage without being under pressure is not realistic. This does not include option plays, designed QB runs or broken/pressured play situations. Also, make sure your QB drops on passes are realistic. Drops should be somewhere between 3 and 7 yards at most.

Going on 4th Down: We encourage straight play in this league, however, we do not want to limit players to the point where they cannot play aggressively. With that in mind, there will be a simple rule on 4th downs:

A. If the ball is past your 40 yard line with 1 yard or less to go, you are permitted to for it on 4th down.
B. If you have 4th and 5 or less and the ball is between the opponents 35 and 45 yard line. Anything closer than the 35 yard line (expect C and D below) is within field goal range. Anything further is a punting situation (unless it falls into A).
C. If you are behind by two touchdowns or more in the second half, you can go for it whenever you like.
D. If you are the losing team in the 4th quarter, you can go for it whenever you like.

Defense:
Mix up your defense. You can't just sit in a 3-3-5 or quarters all game. However, if somebody is running 5 WR sets all game you can play to your strength. Or situations as 2nd and long or 3rd and long.

Moving Players before snap: On defense, shifting linebackers and the defensive line is permitted. However, if you move a individual defensive player before the snap you must control that player at the snap of the ball. This includes moving a player to cover an assignment.

Blitzing: Please be realistic when doing it. Some people blitz more than others so that has to be taken into account.

Special Teams:
Fake Punts and FG’s: Any fake punt or field goal must follow the same rule used when going for it on fourth down. If you are allowed to go for it on 4th down in that situation, you can also fake the punt or field goal. Faking a FG or punt is part of the game and provides "the element of surprise," but please be realistic. These are utilized in NCAA but on a limited basis, so please keep that in mind.

Onside Kicks: Onside kicks are permitted at any time by the losing team in the 4th quarter only. You may use the onside kick in the third quarter if down by three touchdowns or more.

Run/Pass Commit/User Issues/Gameplan Feature
You are not allowed to use the run commit. The pass commit is allowed on 3rd/4th and long (10+ yards). Otherwise, it is an unfair advantage. You cannot use the aggressive game plan feature.

Chew Clock
Only to be used in the second half if you are trying to prevent a team from getting another possession. You can only use it 2 minutes and under and in the 4th 3 minutes and under.

We can add/delete/edit anything on this list if there is support from those in the league. I don't think anything above is too demanding to anyone in this league. They are rules that hopefully make the games realistic without pulling away from sim-style football.

HeyGuy14

October 25th, 2012 at 9:51 PM ^

I really want to advance in the next day or so. So please let me know if your interested. We got 11 players and are looking for someone to take over Illinois! Leave me your PSN.