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# 1 WolverinesFinest @ 06/14/09 11:39 PM
nice! I hope the vids keep coming
 
# 2 Solidice @ 06/14/09 11:45 PM
lol at the pass around the 2:10 mark(love the layered blending). also love the more TV-like style stat banner making a return.

also the CPU seems to run the ball 100x better than it did in '09. nice DL deflection as well.
 
# 3 rhombic21 @ 06/14/09 11:49 PM
Steve, while these videos are interesting, I think it would be a lot better if you could make some vidoes that do a better job of addressing people's concerns about gameplay.

For instance, why not take a team with a highly rated defensive line against a team with an average offensive line, and make a video of an entire game's defensive snaps to see if powerful defensive lines create consistent pressure?

Why not take a team with a mobile QB and attempt to scramble around to see if the defensive AI has improved against the scramble?

Why not go into practice mode and make a video of man coverage against various routes?

I'm just not sure that these AI vs AI videos really show us that much. We can't see playbooks, and they don't really give us very much traction in terms of breaking down/evaluating some of the AI improvements that the team has talked about.
 
# 4 GigemAGGIES13 @ 06/14/09 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Solidice
lol at the pass around the 2:10
also the CPU seems to run the ball 100x better than it did in '09.
I agree, but there was definitely some of that weird twitch running going on.
 
# 5 davep @ 06/14/09 11:55 PM
For all her supposed hotness, Erin Andrews comes across as canned as Tom Hammond...a female Tom Hammond if you will. Is it really that difficult to come across naturally?
 
# 6 moylan1234 @ 06/14/09 11:57 PM
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Originally Posted by rhombic21
Steve, while these videos are interesting, I think it would be a lot better if you could make some vidoes that do a better job of addressing people's concerns about gameplay.

For instance, why not take a team with a highly rated defensive line against a team with an average offensive line, and make a video of an entire game's defensive snaps to see if powerful defensive lines create consistent pressure?

Why not take a team with a mobile QB and attempt to scramble around to see if the defensive AI has improved against the scramble?

Why not go into practice mode and make a video of man coverage against various routes?

I'm just not sure that these AI vs AI videos really show us that much. We can't see playbooks, and they don't really give us very much traction in terms of breaking down/evaluating some of the AI improvements that the team has talked about.
I agree for the most part, but AI vs AI was a community request.

only thing I didn't like in the vid was that zig zag running
 
# 7 Potatoes002 @ 06/15/09 12:01 AM
I wish I could watch some of these. My computer is too old and everything thats not a youtube video is choppy and slow
 
# 8 CM Hooe @ 06/15/09 12:31 AM
Thanks, Steve!

Looks like EA got in that my Wahoos run the spread now, unlike last year when we ran the Mike Groh fail offense.

Weird rosters aside, the game does look better than 09 (moreso than a lot of people have given it credit for, IMO), at least from watching the CPU play itself. I'm waiting until at least the demo comes out to make any sort of judgments myself, though.
 
# 9 Striefer @ 06/15/09 12:41 AM
A lot of the gameplay does look a lot smoother, but the number one thing that bothered me was the unrealistic zig-zag running. Real life football isn't like that, so why is it in the game?
 
# 10 Tovarich @ 06/15/09 12:53 AM
Ugh.

Another pass where the QB gets hit when releasing...another completion. Tulane QB did this too. 2-2 on the completions so far on that. This one ruined the momentum and timing of the play at least...and this receiver was set, but the Tulane throw was either going to miss by 20 feet or it was going to be a completion anyone, and hitting the QB didn't stop that...he hit someone in stride anyway. Things like that are what lead to people thinking some things are pre-determined.

Virginia's 3rd down play...the LT has someone running right at him, but he turns around and faces the QB anyway...then turns around and blocks him after 1 second of looking at the QB...either he knows someone's coming and he turns around anyway...verrrry bad, or he had no idea...very bad, and has eyes in the back of his head...really bad.
 
# 11 moylan1234 @ 06/15/09 12:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Bigdmo9999
Was that a real play at 2:10? I've never seen just 3 linemen on the line and the other 2 on the sides like that. Please tell me that's not a glitch
not a glitch i've seen teams run that in college
 
# 12 ActLikeYouCrow @ 06/15/09 01:01 AM
21 seconds in, there are two unblocked defenders and a 3rd defender coming off a block directly into the path of the runner and he's basically untouched through 3 guys who all should have taken him down. i hope hawaii isnt that bad of a team.

i havent really watched all the other videos but i liked how fast the defensive line closed on the qb on the hb screen. i liked the batted down pass, but does the dline and everyone else still only jump with their right hand raised or will raise their right hand to bat down a pass that easily would have been batted down with their left
 
# 13 Tovarich @ 06/15/09 01:02 AM
I've seen that play once before, run by Spurrier. It's not a glitch, it's a real play, the but the RT who lines up out wide...should stay out there to block for the receiver...but before the ball is thrown, he starts running back toward where a huddle would be if there weren't only 3 linemen, then after the ball is thrown, he does a 360 and turns around to block for him. I'd have liked to have seen if the LT did that too. If so, that pocket logic sort of causes a lot of problems on that play's blocking out wide.
 
# 14 ActLikeYouCrow @ 06/15/09 01:08 AM
its called the emory and henry formation now, spurrier ran it at florida and ran it a few times last year at south carolina. i wasnt really paying attention to what the tackle did on the play, yeah when he saw the qb was getting rushed he ran towards the qb. the tackle obviously has no inside pass protection responsibility on the play. he is either supposed to go downfield and block in front of the receiver if its a screen or stay behind the line of scrimmage if the play calls for a deep throw. that definitely screws the execution of the play up.
 
# 15 zoltan @ 06/15/09 01:42 AM
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Originally Posted by rhombic21
We can't see playbooks, and they don't really give us very much traction in terms of breaking down/evaluating some of the AI improvements that the team has talked about.
this. im really itching to see some of the wrinkles they've added in the spread playbooks. for instance is there any reverse options, and is the zone read bubble screen inplemented in oregon/tulsa/ michigan/ spread playbooks? is there any possible way to shovel? how is the option pitch animation this year? can you pitch the ball right after you read this year?

and whats with the yellow on the pants this year? both WVU and Oregon's were messed up. they did the jerseys fine, but the pants were FAIL!
 
# 16 CM Hooe @ 06/15/09 01:45 AM
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Originally Posted by stevedrumsdw
The swords on the helmets are too small, and they used the wrong song for the band at the wrong tempo to boot.
That's definitely The Good Ol Song, bud; it's unfortunately the same funeral dirge version that's existed in the game since NCAA 2003, but nevertheless it is The Good Ol Song.

The Hoos' uniforms look absolutely fine to me as well, though the in-game lighting has definitely changed. Not for better or worse, per se, but it's different from 09.
 
# 17 boritter @ 06/15/09 02:11 AM
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Originally Posted by GigemAGGIES13
I agree, but there was definitely some of that weird twitch running going on.
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Originally Posted by moylan55

only thing I didn't like in the vid was that zig zag running
That worried me to.

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Originally Posted by davep
For all her supposed hotness, Erin Andrews comes across as canned as Tom Hammond...a female Tom Hammond if you will. Is it really that difficult to come across naturally?
I thought the exact same thing. It sounds like a telemarketer reading from a script.
 
# 18 moylan1234 @ 06/15/09 02:24 AM
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Originally Posted by davep
For all her supposed hotness
sorry i must have missed this earlier. supposed hotness? check out the pics in this thread.
http://www.operationsports.com/forum...-sighting.html ain't nothing supposed about that my man.
 
# 19 notoriouzwun @ 06/15/09 04:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Bigdmo9999
Was that a real play at 2:10? I've never seen just 3 linemen on the line and the other 2 on the sides like that. Please tell me that's not a glitch
That formation is in '09 under the South Carolina Playbook only one to have it if I remember correctly. I use to use that playbook in my UTEP dynasty. Mostly screens out of that formation though if I remember correctly.
 
# 20 rudyjuly2 @ 06/15/09 06:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Potatoes002
I wish I could watch some of these. My computer is too old and everything thats not a youtube video is choppy and slow
I was in the same boat until a month ago. I just picked up a new laptop and I discovered that it wasn't the web causing that stuff to me the last couple years - it was my crappy old PC! The EA site was particularly bad for me to view videos on.

Nice to see the cpu pound the rock here. They seem to run the ball better. The reverse looked better even if it went nowhere.
 

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