All American difficulty with sliders. We started out with 3 star teams(one person has 2 star UCLA) in the 6 major conferences. We are a competitive cheese free league with reliable guys. This is our 5th year playing. We are in season 1 Bowl week so if you get in soon you can play your Bowl game if your team has one. There should be some other teams available after this season and the ratings and stars change if you don't want one of the available teams. We normally advance every 3-4 days unless there are a lot of user games. We try to give every team 4 user games so everyone can still have a chance for a bowl, but a few teams might have 3 or 5 user games due to non conference scheduling. If you are interested you need to register at this website and post your contact info. Put Dave as who referred you when you register: LINK
Your profile will have to be activated before you can view our forum. Once you are activated you need to post your contact info( cell # required only for scheduling games). Only member can view the forum so you don't have to worry about your cell # being seen by anyone. You will never be called for any reason. You will text to schedule user games and I will send everyone group texts when we advance each week. Whoever registers at our website 1st and posts his contact info will get the 2 available spots. Current Teams:
Kansas State Wildcats
NC State Wolfpack
California Golden Bears
Mississippi State Bulldogs
Pittsburgh Panthers Available Teams:
Boston College: 3-8
Purdue(10-2)ranked #10 playing Bowl game vs Florida
Texas Tech: 4-8
Rutgers(9-3) ranked #14-playing Bowl game vs North Carolina
USF(7-5) playing Bowl game vs SMU
Our rules are in place to prevent cheesing and keep a sim style league while also trying not to be too restrictive:
Mixing up the Playcalling: Varying your playcalling on both offense and defense is a requirement.
On defense, be sure to mix up coverages, bltizes, etc.
Subsitutions: You can't sub a:
-WR or RB for TE
-HB for a QB unless running wildcat
-LB, CB or S for DE
-S or CB for LB
Otherwise feel free to use Formation subs
Restarts: Each team is allowed only 1 restart for the entire season. Problems do happen sometimes so don't use your restart if you are losing a game. Anything more than 1 restart per season will result in the game results being thrown out and simmed.
You can go for it on 4th Down:
-Whenever you are past the 50 yard line with 1 yard or less to go, you are permitted to for it on 4th down.
-If you are behind by two touchdowns or more in the second half, you can go for it whenever you like.
-If you are the losing team in the 4th quarter, you can go for it whenever you like.
Hurry Up Offense: All teams are allowed to run the "hurry up" offense in both two minute drill situations. Any team losing in the 4th quarter is permitted to hurry up as often as they like. When using the hurry up offense, please allow your opponent to set their defense before snapping the ball.
-The above rule do not apply to teams who use the No Huddle as their offense philosophy
Playclock: Choose your plays as quickly as possible on offense and make every effort to do so before the play clock gets close to running out.
Running Up the Score: There is a scoring cap of 70 points in a blowout. If you exceed this, you get one warning and then the next time your game results will be thrown out and the game will be simmed.
-If ahead by 21 points or more in the 4th quarter, you must bench your starting offense.
-If ahead by 40 or more in the 1st half, you must bench your starting offense.
Moving Players: On defense, shifting linebackers and the defensive line is permitted. However, if you move a individual defensive player manually before the snap you must control that player at the snap of the ball.
Blitzing: While blitzing is certainly a part of the game, please be realistic when doing so, and do not use it excessively. Any attempt to confuse the AI when blitzing is prohibited. This also falls under the rules for mixing up playcalling.
Fake Punts and FGs: 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.