View Full Version : Does anyone play with more than one team
07-16-2006, 11:10 AM
I graduated from Notre Dame in 2000, I was not good enough to play sports but was in the stands for every home football game all four years of my college career. So I always play with the irish in this game. I am also considering playing with WVU, my cousin currently goes to school there. With their weak schedule and the talent they have they could make another BCS run or national title run. Does anyone play with two teams? Even though I love the irish and Weis as head coach I do have at least one team in each conference That I enjoy watching. Oh by the way I am new to this site. I have pre-ordered the new game guide.
07-16-2006, 08:32 PM
Welcome to our little world:)
Yes people do play with more than one team. I played mainly with Hawai'i but after a few seasons I started to play with Fresno (I needed the WAC to start winning some more games:p ).
I don't like simming games though and I prefer 8 minute qtrs so this can REALLY slow you down. I'd definately recommend that you sim games or lower your qtr if you are going to play more than one team.. ps the recruiting period can be a huge bear if you are trying to make sure your teams get some quality recruits.
I have the same problem as you though.. I like a TON of teams..
07-25-2006, 03:06 PM
Ever since NCAA 2003 (at least I think it was 2003. I am getting old), I have played with Maryland, which was just down the street from where I grew up in DC, and Cal, which is where my wife went to school. In 2003, Maryland was good and Cal sucked. Now Maryland is OK, but Cal is really good. I am like you guys and I like a lot of teams, but I stick with Maryland and Cal. I just customize my schedule so that I play almost all ranked teams. That way, I at least get to see some of the other good teams and stadiums.
You should have fun with the Irish this year. Their WRs are real fast. I played them with Maryland last night and got absolutely torched by Brady Quinn and whoever the hell #5 and #83 are. Those two were unstoppable, especially #5. True, it was my first game in Dynasty mode, and I badly overestimated my secondarys ability to keep up with the Irish receivers. But, still, when you score 35 points and still lose by 14, its time to go back to the defensive drawing board;)
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