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Sweet Crude
I thought I would start this thread of Great NCAA 2005 feats because of something that I just had happen. In the third season of my dynasty, I have acheived the feat of having ALL 5 preseason heisman candidates be from my team.

Note: I started this team from scratch and made them an academic school...so I didn't stack the team. This is all natural except for one created player (myself).

1. C. Holbrook - Junior Wide Receiver
2. G. Bailey - Sophomore Quarterback
3. K. Bradford - Sophomore Running Back
4. S. Kemp - Sophomore Cornerback
5. W. Hand - Senior Wide Receiver
JonathanXC said:
I could get 2004 for a lot cheeper I think...how much more is 2005 worth than 2004?
2005 has matchup sticks, which tells you how confident players are. Their ratings change in the middle of a game and in mid season depending on how well they are playing. The home field advantage can make it hard to call audiables and hot routes, it has customize celebrations and a big hit feature. There is also inertia, so that you cant just turn on a dime. It's also a lot harder to pass because of improved AI, you can't just bomb it down the field, it takes a lot of concentration, and it's harder to intercept passes but easier to knock them down.
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Yeah...how expensive and easy would it be for me to do online play? I have AOL/Time warner cable, but past that I have no idea how that works.

And by the way...I found 2004 for 8 bucks and 2005 for 34 bucks. So i'm not sure which to get.
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JonathanXC said:
How does it work?
just plug it into the back of your PS2. it comes with a disc. pop that in and follow the directions. if you have RoadRunner or cable or whatever, your options are propably configured for you when you sign online.

You will need a memory card to save your settings to. just save them once and you can get online for free.
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