I am new to this and I have never played NCAA before. Always Madden! I got the game, I signed up for the NCAA filmroom. The game is new so there is not alot there yet. So in the meantime I need some help.
I cant seem the pass the ball at all.I mean I am going 7 for 22 on a good game. In madden, I complete 60-70% of my passes. Here it's difficult to be accurate. In ncaa I have better luck throwing a deep lob pass than I do of completing a flats pattern. Are the passing buttons more pressure sensitive than normal? I overthrow the dump pass, I lead the WR over the middle and miss him by 8 yards left. It's crazy.
don't feel bad, a lot of us veterans of ncaa are having our fair share of bad days at the office
try using pa plays. i know it sounds funny, but running them seems to give you more time and you can also focus on what is happening. start with simple ones though where you only have to make 1 or 2 reads. i like the ace normal pa pass. the te runs a 10 yard in. the right reciever runs a post. the left receiver runs a moon sort of route. if the FS sits where he is, then you have one on one coverage with the left reciever. if the FS bites you have the right reciever one on one with the SS. if all else fails you can hit the TE quick with a pass over the middle
The buttons do seem to be pressure sensitive. If you press them too hard the quarterback tends to overthrow the receivers. Also, I really focus on the formations that I use the most and what passing plays I'll be using during the game. I'd suggest starting with a few simple plays and work your way from there. I'm more into the spread offense and I've just gotten around to practicing the passing plays in the No Back Normal set.