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cdj
07-12-2010, 09:36 PM
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In-Game Presentation & Atmosphere

Use this thread for wish list & feedback items discussing ideas and feedback in regards to in-game presentation & atmosphere in NCAA Football 12.

Be clear, but concise in making your wishes. Any off-topic posts will be deleted.

Jayrah
07-13-2010, 02:13 AM
Haven't played just yet so won't go deep here. Also I know the EA team is aware. Just want to throw in team celebrations once again. I see one on one celebrations are more frequent now, and that starts to give a feel of excitement, but team celebrations are missing altogether still. Let me stress that I don't want a big team celebration every single time. Just in a high momentum play. This year we took a step in the right direction by making big games look and feel more like big games. More to do there, but now let's also take it in game, and make big plays feel like big plays. Make game changing moments evident in celebrations.

Also the FG celebration needs to be cut to immediately. It's not so bad, even though I'd like more, but the killer is that you don't see the celebration for several seconds after the big moment.

souljahbill
07-13-2010, 02:21 AM
There are continuity errors with the cutscenes. I wish I had a way to record video but I've seen kickers make a field goal, then they show a cutscene of the kicker sitting on the bench with the team coming over and patting him on the shoulders, then it cuts back to the field where the kicker is standing around. I've also seen a scene where a cornerback made a sack, then they go to the running off the field cutscene, then it cuts back to the field where that same cornerback is standing around. I'm sure I'll see more as time progresses but those are 2 examples that come to mind.

Jayrah
07-13-2010, 02:31 AM
There are continuity errors with the cutscenes. I wish I had a way to record video but I've seen kickers make a field goal, then they show a cutscene of the kicker sitting on the bench with the team coming over and patting him on the shoulders, then it cuts back to the field where the kicker is standing around. I've also seen a scene where a cornerback made a sack, then they go to the running off the field cutscene, then it cuts back to the field where that same cornerback is standing around. I'm sure I'll see more as time progresses but those are 2 examples that come to mind.

It should cut away to the crowd after a special teams score and celebration, that way the guys aren't running off the field when it cuts back.

Additionally when it cuts to a sideline celebration scene (at least for offense), the offensive players are the sideline celebrators, and then they are on the field again when it cuts back. This is actually very funny, but of course, it should be the defense/special teams players.

souljahbill
07-13-2010, 07:31 AM
Two more before I go to work. More continuity errors.

Sack Tulane QB, athletic trainer's come onto the field, they talk, cutscene over, standing on the field............................the QB that just broke his elbow.

My CB receives the 2nd half kickoff, gets tackled in a pile, gets injured, athletic trainer's come out onto the field, shot of fans in the stands, goes back to a cutscene of the CB now being carted off the field, cutscene ends, now standing on the field as if nothing happened................................the CB.

By the way, athletic trainers are the best thing to happen to NCAA Football '11. :D

Boucher
07-15-2010, 11:28 AM
So there are carts eh.... I want way more stat banners im talking every play or every other play. I wanna know whats going on with my team. Of course i want a college gameday show previewing all the days games. If EA is feeling it make sure that it changes every week from location to location

jaymo76
07-17-2010, 04:42 PM
1. Halftime show~ stats and highlights
2. Weekly wrap-up show~ stas, hignlights, top 25, recruiting news, conference standings... so much potential here.

cdj
07-18-2010, 09:19 PM
- More awareness of when injuries occur. The trainer cutscene seems to rarely come up and there's not always an indication a player is hurt unless you see the injury animation itself. There needs to be a pop-up banner above the score overlay saying EX: "Injury to NEB HB #10 - Under Evaluation" at the end of the play where the injury occurs.

- Pre-game and heading into the game, there is no mention of the records of either team or the weather (besides wind). Right before kick-off, above the score overlay the text/pop-up should give Stadium Name (and maybe attendance), weather, then team records. Perhaps each shows for two seconds each. EX: "Memorial Stadium Lincoln, NE", "Overcast 78 Degrees (", "NEBRASKA 9-1 (6-0 BIG 12)", "KANSAS STATE 6-4 (3-3 BIG 12)"

- The podium in the monolith would look more like ESPN programming IMO if it showed the two helmets for the teams in non-trophy games as compared to the generic football trophy.

Jayrah
07-23-2010, 01:57 AM
- More awareness of when injuries occur. The trainer cutscene seems to rarely come up and there's not always an indication a player is hurt unless you see the injury animation itself. There needs to be a pop-up banner above the score overlay saying EX: "Injury to NEB HB #10 - Under Evaluation" at the end of the play where the injury occurs.

- Pre-game and heading into the game, there is no mention of the records of either team or the weather (besides wind). Right before kick-off, above the score overlay the text/pop-up should give Stadium Name (and maybe attendance), weather, then team records. Perhaps each shows for two seconds each. EX: "Memorial Stadium Lincoln, NE", "Overcast 78 Degrees (", "NEBRASKA 9-1 (6-0 BIG 12)", "KANSAS STATE 6-4 (3-3 BIG 12)"

- The podium in the monolith would look more like ESPN programming IMO if it showed the two helmets for the teams in non-trophy games as compared to the generic football trophy.

Great stuff. I think it should be 2 helmets regardless of trophy or not. If there's a trophy to play for, put it between them. That would be pretty cool.

JeffHCross
07-23-2010, 12:58 PM
As a Feedback item (rather than a Wishlist), it is very ... very ... very cool that my 1995 Ohio State Buckeyes, because they are named "Ohio State Buckeyes" in Teambuilder, are recognized by Nesslar as being the actual Ohio State team. He treats the Ohio State - Michigan rivalry just like it would be if I was playing with the built in team (this is in Exhibition, it wouldn't have surprised me as much in Online Dynasty). Ohio Stadium is treated as the Horseshoe, etc. I don't know if this is Pattern matching (I would presume), or what, but it was very, very cool to see last night. If you listen to pre-game, you'd have no idea that my Buckeyes are not the built-in team.

souljahbill
07-23-2010, 01:06 PM
As a Feedback item (rather than a Wishlist), it is very ... very ... very cool that my 1995 Ohio State Buckeyes, because they are named "Ohio State Buckeyes" in Teambuilder, are recognized by Nesslar as being the actual Ohio State team. He treats the Ohio State - Michigan rivalry just like it would be if I was playing with the built in team (this is in Exhibition, it wouldn't have surprised me as much in Online Dynasty). Ohio Stadium is treated as the Horseshoe, etc. I don't know if this is Pattern matching (I would presume), or what, but it was very, very cool to see last night. If you listen to pre-game, you'd have no idea that my Buckeyes are not the built-in team.

My Southern Miss team is like that too. I don't think they play our fight song during the entrance though (I'll have to go back and check). It did play after PAT's but I don't remember what it played after touchdowns.

DariusLock
07-24-2010, 11:01 AM
Ole Miss and LSU now play for a trophy, it's called the Magnolia Bowl.

jaymo76
07-24-2010, 01:11 PM
Home field advantage needs to be amped up... playing at Ohio St feels similar to playing at Akron... come on! The home team (especially the cpu) needs a larger advantage for the top 25 toughest places to play. I find HFA is far, far too subtle this year.

jaymo76
08-10-2010, 11:41 PM
I watched a re-run of the Outback Bowl a few days back on BigTen. The presentation banners are identical to what's in 11 BUT I made note of a couple of banners that would look great in our game for 12. Plus, I only watched for about 10 mins and this is what came up.

Starting line-ups (both teams / both off and def)
Total yards comparison (season avg. per game)
School bowl history (past three seasons)
Impact players of the game + stats
3rd down conversion % (season + game)
4th down conversion (season + game)
rb comparsin
wr comparison
qb comparison
pass yardage (left, middle, right)

Imagine how much would be added to the game with these small additions!

steelerfan
08-12-2010, 12:43 PM
A few things with regards to Presentation.

Last night I was playing in the Orange Bowl with ND (Season 3). My HB had a great game but broke his shoulder in the 4th quarter. At the end of the game, he was named Player of the Game and was shown jumping up on the bench and pumping his fist in the air. Hardly what a guy with a broken shoulder would be doing, but I just chuckled and went on because I realize that what I saw was fairly rare and I can't expect EA to account for a situation like that.

Today I was playing against Michigan State and, in the pregame, Nessler highlighted the MSU QB and shots of him warming up were shown. The problem is that he has an upper arm fracture and he is out for the season. That one should be accounted for.

It got me thinking a little about how great the Presentation is this year but also how many errors occur with it.

I really hate the cut scene of the the offensive line shaking their heads and crossing their arms that is shown after a holding call. What's wrong with it? They're shown on the sideline instead of on the field.

I know we've all been a little peeved seeing a kicker trot off the field immediately after he's shown celebrating on the sidelines or an injured player jogging to the sidelines after being carted off or the starting QB being congratulated as he runs to the sideline following a PAT (that one should show after the TD not the PAT).

I think the Presentation has been a massive upgrade this year and I like virtually everyone of the cut scenes. However, if they play at the wrong time or if something contradictory is shown after they play, it falls flat.

Some changes are badly needed (I realize not likely this year). Some scenes (OL scene I mentioned) need to be redone or eliminated, others (QB scene I mentioned) need to play at different times than they do now, while some others (kicker celebration) need to have a panoramic stadium shot automatically be show immediately after they play (so we don't see guys on the field that the cut scene just showed elsewhere).

Thoughts?

JeffHCross
08-12-2010, 08:26 PM
Most of the things you mentioned, except for the pregame mention of an injured player, I don't really care one way or another about.

However, seeing a bunch of players celebrating on the sideline, then seeing the cutscene end with those same players jogging around on the field is really, really jarring.

Jayrah
08-13-2010, 09:47 PM
A wishlist item for me that would add great quality drama or realism to a big play and the game overall: "Excitement Meter", "Game Pulse" or something of that nature. Players will react differently to big plays depending on the Pulse of the game, taking into account, where they're playing (home field advantage effects), rank of team playing against, rivalries, current score, current momentum, current time left in game, and the like. Already the crowd has this built in a little bit, now just transfer this to the players, adding of course to team celebrations.

Some ideas for effect:

1: A qb that throws a touchdown does 1 of 3 things on a consistent basis. a) seeks nearest player(s) for quick celebration, excitable or mild (b) points to the sky or fist pump while running to the sidelines and being congratulated on the way by players, coaches (c) runs to the endzone to find his receiver and celebrate. He will never just stand there like in this game (I saw that and all I needed was for my qb to be excited enough to throw 1 fist in the air and run to the sidelines after throwing a perfect strike for 6 in a game we weren't favored in, to all but put away the game).

2: Of course touchdowns and team celebrations go hand in hand. We've talked about this at length.

3: Interceptions happen and usually the player with the pick gets mauled while holding the ball on his way to the sideline, same with fumble. Or he finds his best buddy and does a celebration near the sideline lol. If the defense picks up and scores, the entire defense usually finds their way to the hero for celebration.

4: A kicker that hits a huge field goal late in the game to tie or take the lead should be pumped up about it, and sprint to the sideline and be congratulated on the way. A GW FG should be a storming of the field by the sideline and a burying of the kicker under a pile of celebration.

Opposite of those of course is, if the game is starting to become a blowout everything will be a more mild, but still excitable celebration. This excitement meter should be incorporated in the fans as well, adding to what is already there. Speaking of which it seems you can tell that there is a visiting crowd, with some louder cheers when the visiting team defense asks for them, and also after scores there is a bit of positive noise as well, which I really like feeling. Some of the funnest experiences at games is when the away crowd gets pumped up and they're screaming their puny-section lungs off, just trying to help their team!

Jayrah
08-13-2010, 10:57 PM
Also with the addition of jersey/helmet degradation, added field degradation would go a long ways as the game wears on. Even though most fields now are artificial, slide/scuff/footprints/body marks being shown on a rainy/snowy/cold field would be a very nice touch. I would also like it if moving parts on/off the field, such as pylons, chain gang (if and when added), and sideline yard markers would get displaced and move relative to contact by players/instead of being holographic. In the same way I wish goalposts were not seemingly holographic, and they would effect a player's movement when closing in on it.

JeffHCross
08-14-2010, 08:25 AM
They do have footprints on snowy fields, but they disappear over time (understandably).

Jayrah
08-14-2010, 10:27 PM
They do have footprints on snowy fields, but they disappear over time (understandably).

Oh yeah I know that, and it looks awesome, but the thing is it's just the footprints. When a body slides, there should be a skid mark. When there's a toe drag, it should leave a drag mark, etc. And like, on the WSU turf (artificial sprintturf/grass) for example, even if it's just cold, skid marks happen all the time. I mean the field is made with billions of those tiny rubber pellets, and when there's a skid and the pellets are moved, you can see it. And of course it's totally different than a grass field where chunks of grass are removed, and it's really not necessary to show anything but the snow/rain marks. I'm just saying an extra boost of additional skid marks, in addition to some moveable objects would be a HUGE little touch to completely immerse you as a player on the field.

JeffHCross
08-14-2010, 10:34 PM
Just so you know, it would also, probably, be a huge "touch" to the graphics rendering ... so, unlikely to see that. But you never know, I suppose.

Jayrah
08-14-2010, 11:53 PM
Just so you know, it would also, probably, be a huge "touch" to the graphics rendering ... so, unlikely to see that. But you never know, I suppose.

HAHA! Truth be told mate! (sorry felt like Aussie rules for a second there, don't know why). Yeah I get that. I'm not demanding these by any means. But I don't know, a little thing like the pylons moving on contact (like madden has), would go a long ways imo. I was just thinking of a lot of "little things" that might be achievable. Don't have to put all of them in the game, just some ideas, and if one or two were added would really add even more to the immersement of it all. I must say, if not another thing were done in that particular area, it wouldn't be bad. They've done a marvelous job with that type of stuff.

Rudy
08-15-2010, 04:36 AM
Guys on OS thought I was being really picky but I was just noting one small thing. I see opposing players helping each other up a lot in some cut scenes. That's a nice little touch but in a rivalry game when Michigan is playing OSU I don't really care to see players helping the opponent up. I'd rather see more cut scenes of guys jawing at each other, a little pushing and shoving once in awhile, to show the intensity of the game. Rivalry games need a little bit more of that to set them apart.

Furthermore, the home crowd needs to be more nuts in rivalry games. I was Michigan playing at MSU in my 2nd year dynasty and I know MSU doesn't rank in the toughest places to play but I think it should have been tougher to audible or see my routes in that game. They need to give crowd noise boosts in those situations as well.

steelerfan
08-15-2010, 09:47 AM
Sadly, I'm guessing that jawing, pushing and shoving, and the like would be rejected by the NCAA.

Jayrah
08-15-2010, 03:07 PM
Sadly, I'm guessing that jawing, pushing and shoving, and the like would be rejected by the NCAA.

Not if a 15 yard penalty was added for it! And you should be able to skip that animation if you don't want a penalty. You press a button and a teammate comes in and pulls the guy away! That would be awesome! Also add LATE HITS, and the 15 yard Penalty for such. However, just like everything else in the game, make it "subjective", in other words, a penalty would not be thrown everytime. And YES it would piss me off, but that's what happens sometimes those penalties aren't called and sometimes they are (at least the borderline ones), just like facemask penalties in game.

JeffHCross
08-15-2010, 06:00 PM
That's a nice little touch but in a rivalry game when Michigan is playing OSU I don't really care to see players helping the opponent up.Though, surprisingly, when I watch Michigan/OSU, I see more players helping each other than I would imagine.

The more I watch OSU/Michigan, the more I think the majority of the rivalry is the fans and coaches, not the players :D

Besides, practically the only two people to fight were Boston and Woodson ...

Rudy
08-15-2010, 08:26 PM
Though, surprisingly, when I watch Michigan/OSU, I see more players helping each other than I would imagine.

The more I watch OSU/Michigan, the more I think the majority of the rivalry is the fans and coaches, not the players :D

Besides, practically the only two people to fight were Boston and Woodson ...

Woodson certainly has had a great career in the NFL and Boston could have had a great career if he wasn't so obsessed about bulking up and being a body builder. The guy was over 260 at one point and was too muscle bound. I think a lot of his injury issues stemmed from his tendons and bones not being able to withstand the stress of the extra weight and pressure of his muscles.

Jayrah
08-16-2010, 01:44 AM
Though, surprisingly, when I watch Michigan/OSU, I see more players helping each other than I would imagine.

The more I watch OSU/Michigan, the more I think the majority of the rivalry is the fans and coaches, not the players :D

Besides, practically the only two people to fight were Boston and Woodson ...

If Michigan gets back to being good enough for that game, you'll see tempers flare more often. Right now it's a one sided affair after the 1st quarter. Sure the score is relatively close, but it's a straight butt whoopin'.

Rudy
08-16-2010, 04:33 AM
I get the feeling from Madden that Ian is trying to please the 2K5 crowd by putting in a lot of cut scenes. I think cut scenes are starting to get replaced by real time presentation. Just cutting to different players post play in real time is something I like. The baseball games have started doing this and it adds more variety as well as feels more natural. There is still a place for coach and fan cut scenes but I think those blatant ones need to be minimized.

Jayrah
08-16-2010, 05:30 PM
I agree Rudy. More and more seamless, realtime celebrations, then just adjust camera to zoom on specific players while that's in progress. It looks better too, especially when it 'cuts back' to the "real time" action. Then you wouldn't have the issue of a hurt player celebrating or on field and on sideline players or anything like that.

JTynes
09-16-2010, 05:46 PM
Originally Posted by souljahbill

There are continuity errors with the cutscenes. I wish I had a way to record video but I've seen kickers make a field goal, then they show a cutscene of the kicker sitting on the bench with the team coming over and patting him on the shoulders, then it cuts back to the field where the kicker is standing around. I've also seen a scene where a cornerback made a sack, then they go to the running off the field cutscene, then it cuts back to the field where that same cornerback is standing around. I'm sure I'll see more as time progresses but those are 2 examples that come to mind.

I've also noticed that when a player gets injured, they will show him riding off in the gator but then switch scenes to the same player walking around.

JeffHCross
11-08-2010, 11:53 AM
We don't appear to have a Mascot specific thread, so I'll just post it here. I'd love to see a change to the Brutus Buckeye mascot. Right now, the towel Brutus wears at the waist is part of his model, so it expands and contracts with the upper legs (thighs) of the model. In real life, it's a towel. Since towels were added to the players this season, it'd be nice to see a simple towel added to the model next year, instead of the weird-looking towel they have now.

Of course, it's not a major need, I would hope that it'd be fairly simple.

Jayrah
11-08-2010, 05:19 PM
haha, I don't think there are separate items with any mascot...

JeffHCross
11-08-2010, 11:23 PM
Yeah, I wouldn't think so. Though, off the top of my head, I can't think of any other mascots where their clothing or other item can expand/contract based on the model.

Jayrah
11-27-2010, 04:03 AM
Yeah, I wouldn't think so. Though, off the top of my head, I can't think of any other mascots where their clothing or other item can expand/contract based on the model.

Stanford Tree, I think...

souljahbill
12-23-2010, 08:49 AM
If I win a regular game by a decent score, (like 24-7), can I NOT have players rolling around on the ground and jumping up celebrating like we did something special.

OSUCowboyofMD
03-11-2011, 01:16 PM
The ESPN Bottomline
Different Broacdcasts - CBS, FCS, Versus
*for regional games, have a generic broadcast

baseballplyrmvp
03-28-2011, 08:10 PM
how about some kind of dynamic replays? i like what the broadcast cam replay does, in that it shows the play from 2 or 3 different angles. imagine having a replay that starts off from the press box, then switches to the view just behind the player, then as he gets near the goalline, the view switches to a goalline camera. this kind of leads into another idea:

more replay locations

notice the camera crews in the following pic:
http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/4053/662a00013jpegscreenshot.jpg

they exist at all 4 corners of the playing field. why cant there be a static replay angle, set up at those two points, from the perspective of those 2 cameramen?

you'd get replay angles like these two:
http://cdn.content.easports.com/media2011/ncaa11/4057414/662A0001_2_JPEG_SCREENSHOT_FkP.jpghttp://cdn.content.easports.com/media2011/ncaa11/4057414/662A0001_1_JPEG_SCREENSHOT_OYb.jpg

steelerfan
03-28-2011, 08:22 PM
No kidding, mvp. I had the EXACT same thought 2 or 3 days ago, lol. I like the idea. :nod:

animalstastegooood
04-08-2011, 10:06 AM
Please update rendition of my favorite stadium in college football, the Kibbie Dome. Over the past 3 years the dome has undergone some drastic changes, so generally from the field it looks nothing like your latest rendition.

This is the dome pre-2009:

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/33/60756930_ef9707e30c.jpg

This is closer what the dome looks like now:

http://www.c308interactive.com/uidaho.edu/images/kibbietmb_FieldToClub.jpg

As you can see, huge difference. All Vandal fans have noticed! Can you help us out here????

Feel free to contact me. I would be glad to help in any way possible.

Dan
animalstastegooood@yahoo.com

JeffHCross
04-08-2011, 06:53 PM
Dan, I'll be honest, other than one end being obviously lit, I don't see a "huge difference". Could you go into more detail about some of the changes? Maybe a quick summary of the largest changes would do well.

HWill
04-08-2011, 10:29 PM
Dan, I'll be honest, other than one end being obviously lit, I don't see a "huge difference". Could you go into more detail about some of the changes? Maybe a quick summary of the largest changes would do well.

This might help: http://www.govandals.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=17100&ATCLID=205080063

JeffHCross
04-08-2011, 11:09 PM
Somewhat, but still not enough without some previous knowledge of the Kibble Dome.

MCdonnieG
04-12-2011, 09:39 AM
Ya know, I've been reading a lot of request on what we gamers think should be in the next NCAA franchise. I've seen a lot of great suggestions...some far fetched, some reasonable request.....some just pure left field!!! But I haven't read one yet requesting this feature/addition....

Suggestion/Request: When playing a Single-Player Dynasty or an Online Dynasty and you invite High School Recruits to attend your schools home games....could we actually see the prospects standing on our schools sideline, watching the game? I definitely feel this would add even more immersion to NCAA 12 due to the fact that it actually happens in real life.

Here's a picture to give an idea for what I'm talking about....it's not that good of an example due to no recruits on the sidelines but use the group of 5 or 6 standing on the far left as an idea for where the recruits placement would be. Now normally when recruits are invited to a university they are required to sit in the stands or stand on their schools sideline away from the rest of the team.

http://i3.squidoocdn.com/resize/squidoo_images/590/draft_lens7326352module60689422photo_1254432758sid line_tarp.jpg

For Instance....if I invite 5 players to a home game. I should see 5 players standing on our sidelines enjoying the game.


Whats ya'll thoughts on this request:confused:

Jayrah
04-12-2011, 12:18 PM
I wanna see coaches first Donnie!

MCdonnieG
04-12-2011, 01:11 PM
I wanna see coaches first Donnie!

You know what...you're right!:fp: How could I forget coaches! Man!!:whoa: Well in that case....here's the priority list.....coaches first...then mouthpieces.....then Recruits!

JeffHCross
04-17-2011, 12:11 PM
Donnie, I like the request, but as Jayrah said, there's a lot of other things to get to first. I, for one, don't see a real value in showing static "high school age" players on the sidelines during a game. If for no other reason than unless we use the Replay camera we're unlikely to ever see them. Frame rate hit for no value.

Now, that could be something to consider if they were enhancing the pre-game. Wouldn't it be cool to see a pan of casually dressed people standing behind your bench before the game, and Brad Nesslar talks about how you've invited recruits for the game? That's not exactly something that happens in real life, but may be worth considering.

psusnoop
04-18-2011, 07:07 AM
I think the recruits on the sidelines is an interesting thought, but like Jeff said the frame rate hit just might not make it worth it. And even though it doesn't happen IRL to have Brad say something like, "look who it is over on the Penn State sideline, it is John Smith who has Ohio State and Penn State as his Top 2 choices so far. This game could be the deciding factor for John, let's see how this game impacts his game".

Even with that I just think there are other things that need attention first. But like I said, it is an interesting thought.

DariusLock
05-11-2011, 01:24 PM
I dunno if this belongs here but Ole Miss moved it's band to S6 at the top above the students so you can hear the band better. http://ev8.evenue.net/evenue/linkID=olemiss/core/seating_charts.html

There is a link to a chart that shows it. At the top of S6 it says Band, it might be hard to see.

hawkeyeguy
05-13-2011, 11:31 AM
-CPU to STOP calling timeouts with 2:01 to go in the half/game

-Defensive players who have a vertical of 90" (No reason they should be able to jump that high and tip or even intercept a pass)

-Some small tinkers from 2011 to 2012 should make for an awesome game (I really am enjoying 2011)

psusnoop
05-15-2011, 02:51 PM
I would like to see the CPU call there timeouts better, there are instances where the CPU does a good job but as a whole this could be much better.

DariusLock
05-22-2011, 11:24 AM
http://matchbin-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/secure/users/1840250/assets/4HF7_RebelBlackBear2.jpg

This is Rebel, Ole Miss' Black Bear mascot.

hawkeyeguy
06-20-2011, 11:38 AM
I would also like to see the computer elect to kick after winning the coin toss. I think (since I started playing a few months ago) I've only see the computer not receive 5 or 6 times.

gschwendt
06-20-2011, 11:47 AM
I would also like to see the computer elect to kick after winning the coin toss. I think (since I started playing a few months ago) I've only see the computer not receive 5 or 6 times.
Wonder if that might be in NCAA12... :whistle:

JBHuskers
06-20-2011, 12:18 PM
Wonder if that might be in NCAA12... :whistle:

http://www.gifsoup.com/view/825534/weebay-o.gif

baseballplyrmvp
06-20-2011, 09:44 PM
Wonder if that might be in NCAA12... :whistle:

you need to quit spending time with jb....you're beginning to tease like him.