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Over the next few weeks, EA Sports will show 25 new plays that you will find in NCAA Football 12.

New offensive plays will be shown every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, while a new defensive play every Tuesday and Thursday. Each new play will be accompanied by a screen of the play art and a brief description of why the play has been added to NCAA Football 12.

Play #21 features the Weak Flood.

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"Ace Big Twins Weak Flood A three tiered flood concept, Ace Big Twins Weak Food can be used to attack a variety of defensive coverages. The post route is the first read in the progression and if open the ball should be thrown there. The deep out route by the slot receiver combined with the shallow cross route of the tight end creates a hi/lo vertical stretch on the defense."

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# 1 Slaticus @ 04/11/11 10:54 AM
I like this one. Going to have to have athletic tightends to run it though. Too slow and he will never get back to the flats.
 
# 2 Dr Death @ 04/11/11 11:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Slaticus
I like this one. Going to have to have athletic tightends to run it though. Too slow and he will never get back to the flats.
I can only hope that this play signifies that EA has fixed the LB's leaping into the air and batting down passes that they could never reach in real life. If not, you can forget the post pattern in this play because there will always be someone in coverage, be it man or zone.

Touch on the pass, height angles and QB accuracy mean little when LB's are all future Spider-Man super heroes...
 
# 3 Canes305 @ 04/11/11 01:59 PM
I would like to see the option reverse
 
# 4 J-Unit40 @ 04/11/11 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Canes305
I would like to see the option reverse
As would I!! I like this weak flood play. A lot of nice additions to the playbooks on both sides of the ball.
 
# 5 SpreadEm @ 04/11/11 02:36 PM
Is it just me but im dissapointed in this selection to be added as a new play. There are alot more plays that EA could have placed on here from a long awaited shovel passes, to alot more details in the option game like how quick the mesh point is when the play starts between the QB & HB especially in the pistol formation. Also the dash read aka (inverted veer), the read option where you are reading the DT or N that oregon and alot of spread option teams are doing and not to mention would they please fix the speed and load option on this years verizon you do not block the DE or 5 tech when you are running speed and load options.

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# 6 BlastX21 @ 04/11/11 11:15 PM
"Post route is the first read"

Only if its actually viable. Post route gets swallowed 100% of the time in 11.
 
# 7 steelers1 @ 04/11/11 11:17 PM
This play looks sweet. I love the option routes... here should be more plays like this.
 
# 8 SkillzKillz719 @ 04/12/11 01:57 AM
Weak Flood.... of information hahaha

I joke.
I think the game will be awesome.
 
# 9 BlackBetty15 @ 04/12/11 07:11 AM
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Originally Posted by illwill10

Over the next few weeks, EA Sports will show 25 new plays that you will find in NCAA Football 12.

New offensive plays will be shown every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, while a new defensive play every Tuesday and Thursday. Each new play will be accompanied by a screen of the play art and a brief description of why the play has been added to NCAA Football 12.

Play #21 features the Weak Flood.

The thing with plays like these is that EA typically in the past doesnt do a real good job on really making the ratings matter in the safety department where in most cases a FS or SS depending on the set might not be aware enough to spot thhat post and automatically flow to the "flood" side leaving that post a real possibility. Usually that is almost always covered up. On the same token I would really like to see reads and timing routes more of a factor. 3-5 step dropbacks and fire to the WR are really a lost art in video games.
 

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