NCAA Football 11 Video | EA SPORTS1) On 4th down, Penn State lined up for a punt, with the punter standing downfield in front of my return man, Trent Richardson. The ball teleported into the arms of the punter, who stood there until he was tackled by Richardson for a 37 yard gain and a first down. This led directly to Penn State's first TD.
NCAA Football 11 Video | EA SPORTS2) I had gotten some food while playing, and decided to let the computer run my offense. I picked some running plays, and just let the play unfold. On the 2nd or 3rd play, I selected an option play, and McElroy pitched it to Ingram, but it was intercepted by a linebacker in the backfield, and run back for a touchdown. This was their 2nd TD.
If you want, you can just add me then get them, then remove me. That is, if you don't want to wait.Ok, well I think I must be mentally handicapped because it just won't work. The only thing it lets me do is download from friends and select a device. Oh well, I guess I'll just get 'em whenever one of my friends does. Thanks for the help.
That's the main reason why I only play people I know. There's just too many cheesers and people like that out there to wade through IMO. It's usually just not worth the time sadly.Is anyone getting annoyed by the people who quit in the first half and then you don't get a win? It's cost me 7 wins so far, and I'm not talking about me being up a score his ball. I've up at least 21 and have the ball inside the 50. Pretty obvious that I'm going to win those games.
Anyway, just wanted to see if anyone else has this problem.:conf3:
It does that on Xbox too, but I think if it hasn't reached the second half, then the person who quits receives a loss and DNF, but it's like the game never happened for you.If someone quits on you on PS3 you have the option of quitting and not taking the results, or quitting and taking them.