CrimsonBull9584

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  1. I've been trying to contact someone in the league for a week now. Both to find out more about it, and to possibly get a job with them, but no one has responded. They won't answer their e-mails, nor have I been able to get a hold of them via Twitter or Facebook. Most leagues at least would reply in some fashion by now, makes me question their legitimacy.
  2. I've heard of them. Does no one follow FCS football around here? And what makes them a "glorified club team"? Because they don't have scholarships? This is the kind of attitudes that always frustrate me.
  3. What's the word "on the street" about the European League of Football? Best I can tell, it will be a professional American football league, not unlike NFL Europe, but beyond that.... information is spotty and my attempts to contact them on various social media has been fruitless. What has everyone been hearing? https://www.europeanleague.football/
  4. I like the Evergreens, but I don't think it properly matches the green/yellow look. The shade of green that the Seahawks used from 1976 to 2001, that's an evergreen and that's the color I'd want associated with it. Still, the name is better than the others on the list. Elk coming in a close second, mainly because I prefer animal mascots.
  5. Anytime I try to create a team on a console, it's been rather difficult. Teambuilder was much easier and faster in terms or creating a team. Just gave more freedom with the point and click than any control can.
  6. Every time I bought NCAA and Madden, first thing I'd do is mute the soundtracks. Bands and rap music, no thank you. Just turn on the radio. Actually, back in the Gamecube era, I had a set up with my sound system, TV, DVD player, and Gamecube that pretty much allowed me to play the game, but pump in the audio from my DVD player. Meaning that while I was leading the Seahawks to the Super Bowl, I was listening to the audio from episodes of Star Trek Deep Space Nine. Yeah... I was weird.
  7. All I'm asking for is the return of Teambuilder, or some comparable creation suite, so that I can create FCS teams and play as the Alliance of American Football!
  8. When the ASUN FCS conference debuts this fall, which teams will we see? I'm still a little hazy on who is going to make up the fall lineup.
  9. What are everyone's thoughts on the Bengals having orange pants as an alternate? It's something I'd like to see. Is it a possibility perhaps?
  10. Why would Boise leave? Being an Independent or going to the American is a lateral move. It's only worth leaving if they go to the Pac-12.
  11. It's totally up to the customer to know what they are buying. I'm sure some of you are away of the Asylum or, at the very least, the concept of "mockbusters". Basically where smaller studios create cheap films that capitalize on the success of bigger Hollywood films. They would often make the DVD cover of the film to resemble the film they are copying off in an attempt to sell their product. Now I'll admit that it's an underhanded and dirty tactic, BUT at the end of the day, the consumer needs to know they they are buying. They have to be able to tell the difference between the real thing and the fake. If someone goes to the store, finds a DVD for "Atlantic Rim", doesn't double check or even read the back of the box, buys it, and gets mad that they got the wrong film, then it's on them. And, as a parent, I have to wade through all the cheap 3rd party crap to make sure that I get the right Peppa Pig or PJ Mask toy and not some Chinese knockoff. And, if someone buys a Houston Roughneck shirt and doesn't bother to educate themself on the fact that it's not the Oilers logo and that the Oilers haven't existed in over 20 years, then the fault is on the customer. Customers can't get mad at anyone other that themselves if they don't bother to know what they are buying.
  12. But at what point does it fall upon the consumer to educate themselves?
  13. Yes. Geography was one of my better subjects.