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# 1 sparkdawg777 @ 05/24/11 05:21 PM
Sweet, Clemson is 91 OVR. Those freshman coming in must be rated high!
 
# 2 huskeraddict @ 05/24/11 05:44 PM
The NCAA Football facebook page needs 643K likes for the next video to be released
 
# 3 mike10003 @ 05/24/11 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by huskeraddict
The NCAA Football facebook page needs 643 likes for the next video to be released
You mean 1283
 
# 4 volstopfan14 @ 05/24/11 05:47 PM
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Originally Posted by huskeraddict
The NCAA Football facebook page needs 643 likes for the next video to be released
they need 643,000 total likes That means they need about 1300 more than what they already have.
 
# 5 huskeraddict @ 05/24/11 05:48 PM
forgot the 'K' but yeah....sucks to have it hinge on that
 
# 6 TDenverFan @ 05/24/11 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by huskeraddict
The NCAA Football facebook page needs 643K likes for the next video to be released
That's about 1,500 more. Great vid, BTW
 
# 7 hurricanefootball4 @ 05/24/11 05:57 PM
Looks like we'll be watching the 2nd half of that vid tomorrow then
 
# 8 Special27K @ 05/24/11 05:59 PM
I knew there was a reason I didn't like that page yet (Actually probably cause I don't wanna read dumb fan comments)

I was actually kinda "Ehh" initially with the CC, its great its there but its minimal. I know all the 1st year stuff. I just had high hopes, the video and blog got me fairly excited again.
 
# 9 Lava @ 05/24/11 06:04 PM
I hate how they've tied the release of videos to the # of likes their page has.
 
# 10 Gotmadskillzson @ 05/24/11 06:05 PM
They probably get paid by the number of page views. That is how it is with a lot of websites, you get paid by the amount of traffic.
 
# 11 volstopfan14 @ 05/24/11 06:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Lava
I hate how they've tied the release of videos to the # of likes their page has.
agreed
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# 12 cts @ 05/24/11 06:30 PM
That's part of marketing these days...social networking.

I'd set a number of "likes" needed for a new video, too. What does that mean? Free word-of-mouth, since half of us will go tell someone else to go on there and like it.

Makes sense to me.
 
# 13 fcboiler87 @ 05/24/11 06:30 PM
I really don't like how they said you should choose your alma mater based on who you want to end up. I was like... what!? What sense does that make? I don't want to know who I will end up at. That's the point of working your way up the rankings. Maybe I graduated from Purdue, but I had a ton of success there and want to go to Florida or Florida State. Will this not be as likely? That seems very odd to me. Why can't alma mater just be that?
 
# 14 Gotmadskillzson @ 05/24/11 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by fcboiler87
I really don't like how they said you should choose your alma mater based on who you want to end up. I was like... what!? What sense does that make? I don't want to know who I will end up at. That's the point of working your way up the rankings. Maybe I graduated from Purdue, but I had a ton of success there and want to go to Florida or Florida State. Will this not be as likely? That seems very odd to me. Why can't alma mater just be that?
They didn't say you will automatically end up there. They only said you have a more favorable chance to get hired there if you went there, but it isn't a gurantee.
 
# 15 mkam89 @ 05/24/11 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by fcboiler87
I really don't like how they said you should choose your alma mater based on who you want to end up. I was like... what!? What sense does that make? I don't want to know who I will end up at. That's the point of working your way up the rankings. Maybe I graduated from Purdue, but I had a ton of success there and want to go to Florida or Florida State. Will this not be as likely? That seems very odd to me. Why can't alma mater just be that?
You could always set your alma mater to a 1* school if you want to feel like you won coaching jobs fairly and not because you set your alma mater as like Texas or whatever.
 
# 16 CHIEFxxROCKEM @ 05/25/11 01:09 AM
I already like this on facebook months ago
 
# 17 Three Seed @ 05/25/11 02:07 AM
So my teambuilder team where I'll be a defensive coordinator to start out can't be my alma mater?
 
# 18 cparrish @ 05/25/11 02:47 AM
Doesn't look to be that way. I was curious about the same thing since my Alma Mater will be a FCS school.
 
# 19 xITSxDAWKINSx @ 05/25/11 02:53 AM
this looks good.... really good
 
# 20 jwilphl @ 05/25/11 12:13 PM
I think Alma Mater are D-I schools only. Certainly can't input any names into the field.
 

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