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Old 07-13-2010, 06:22 PM   #33
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In the college game, depending on the tempo and the number of run/pass plays, etc, games usually run between 120 and 150 plays. The Rutgers/Duke total of 137 is completely normal, unless the teams ran the ball 80% of the time. Then it would be too high.
No, my Rutgers/Duke game for only 3 quarters. I still had another quarter to go. It would have put that game around 170 to 180 plays at 10 min quarters in total.
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Old 07-13-2010, 06:25 PM   #34
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Go do a comparison again canes. The average is 120 ranging between 115-130 plays for BOTH NFL and College. Check ESPN and look at 10 games last year in College.

Claystone, I'm like you..not sure if you remember me from the Madden forums but I am a huge CPU v CPU player as well.

I don't have the game yet, but try 8 min quarters and see if you get 120ish plays including sacks.
Hey Joe, yes i remember you.

Yeah, i'm a cpu vs cpu kind of player. I like to get my game as true to form. I really hate this no-huddle system.

It's funny that they have Rutgers as a "PRO" system in the game, but yet they are running no-huddle.

Does anyone know what teams doesn't run the no-huddle system? That's the team i want for my franchise.

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Old 07-13-2010, 06:28 PM   #35
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No, my Rutgers/Duke game for only 3 quarters. I still had another quarter to go. It would have put that game around 170 to 180 plays at 10 min quarters in total.
10 min quarters are too long. NCAA, without accelerated clock, has usually needed 7-9 min quarters to get a realistic number of plays.
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Old 07-13-2010, 06:51 PM   #36
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I'm running a game test with Maryland against Colorado. They are both a "PRO" system, and so far they haven't use the "No-Huddle" system as of yet.

I'm playing with 8 min. quarters. I'll post my results on play count and stats. This game, IMO, is so much better when teams aren't running the no-huddle. I feel like i'm watching a real game.
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:06 PM   #37
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Well the first quarter is over and both teams combined had 31 plays total, which is right on track with 120 plays.

Maryland: 3 - Colorado: 7
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Old 07-13-2010, 08:25 PM   #38
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Maryland: 24 - Colorado: 37

Colorado Passing:

QB #9: 20 FOR 32 / 381yds / 3 TD / 2 INT / 62% Comp

Maryland Passing:
QB #11: 18 FOR 37 / 265yds / 1 TD / 1 INT / 48% Comp
QB #18: 0 FOR 2 / 0yds / 0 TD / 0 INT / 0% Comp
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Colorado Rushing:
HB #5: 23 Carries for 68yds / 1 TD / 2.9 Avg.
HB #28: 2 Carries for 9yds / 0 TD / 4.5 Avg.

Maryland Rushing:
HB #23: 25 Carries for 108yds / 1 TD / 4.3 Avg.
HB #8: 4 Carries for 13yds / 1 TD / 3.2 Avg.
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Colorado Defense:
Sacks: 3
INT: 1

Maryland Defense:
Sacks: 2
INT: 2


On 8 min quarters, i had a total of 125 plays. Now keep in mind i used 2 teams of "Pro" style. Not one no-huddle play until the last 2 minutes of the game. 8 min seem to work for me.
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