NCAA Football 2005 preview...

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  1. GxLSU1

    GxLSU1 Founding Member

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    2 page preview by gamespot. Link!

    On one of the screen shots I found it showed on the bottom line
    #3 LSU 21
    ASU 14

    It was in the 2nd week of a dynasty but I doubt we changed any after 1 week....so it looks like LSU is going to be #3 in the game with I'm guessing #1 USC and #2 OU.

    Also it says Brad Nessler along with Lee and Kirk will be commentating but my question is why isn't Chris Fowlers commentating since he is on the Gameday crew with Lee and Kirk?

    Enjoy... :)
     
  2. Sourdoughman

    Sourdoughman TigerFan of LSU and the Tigerman

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    Chris Fowler is an idiot, I'm glad he's not in the game.
    His justification for voting for USC made no sense.
     
  3. GxLSU1

    GxLSU1 Founding Member

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    Oh I didn't know that. :shock: :dis: :nope:
     
  4. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    fowler has turned into a simple yes-man since being the third man out on tha setup. Sad because he used to offer good insight to the SEC....now hes an ESPN clone.
     
  5. Maderan

    Maderan Founding Member

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    As read in the review:

    The biggest addition to this area of the game is a new home-field-advantage system that specifically benefits the home team and causes grief to visiting teams. The way this works is pretty simple: Depending on where you're playing, each home arena is essentially rated on how rough the home crowd can be on an opposing team. So, for example, if you're playing at home at, say, Duke, you're not likely to get a huge crowd response. But, if you're playing at home at, say, LSU, the crowd heat is going to be phenomenal.

    nothing more to say, respect for the team and fans.
     

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