We understand sometimes things happen, and we the commissioners will handle each instance on a case-by-case basis. Penalties for restarts can range from a forced loss in another game week to expulsion from the league.
In The College Years, you assume the role of the head coach of a major college football team. Each year, you'll recruit athletes from any of nearly 14, public high schools modeled in the game, train them and try to build a winning team in the challenging world of college football.
Enough walk-ons will show up to fill your tryout roster of Walk-ons skill levels will range from 1 to 7 - and occasionally you will find a gem! Make your cuts carefully.
You will next see your final roster with any preseason honors your players have received All Conference: 7. Time to start the season. You play each team in your conference twice - home and away.
Home court advantage is 4 points. Current standings and point spreads are displayed first then the weeks results.
After fourteen games, the regular season is complete and you will see the final standings and national ranking as well as see how your players have improved. There is a 20 percent chance of a point improvement in any skill.
To win a conference title, you only need to tie for best record.
Your national ranking is determined by a combination of your team's strength and your record. Win the conference or finish with a high enough ranking and get in the Field of Win games in the tournament to get your contract extended.
Some strategy: One basic squad building strategy could be to bring in the best two freshman you can every year. However you'll need to adjust this strategy depending on what recruits are available.
Players can improve their skills from year to year so when deciding who to cut between players of equal ability, it is best to go with the youngest.
Also it is generally preferable to recruit freshman over junior college transfers. However if you feel you are close to winning a championship, you'll want to keep the highest rated players regardless of class.
Thanks for playing and enjoy! Brett This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by any coach, any college, any conference or the NCAA.
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