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medical3072 last won the day on June 10 2016

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  1. I'd like to see players' class (Fr., So., etc.) added as part of their description window in the depth chart. It'd be nice as a quick way to see how many starters are seniors and need to be replaced by subsequent recruiting classes.
  2. Just wanted to give an update: I'm still experiencing the same issue with loading my game.
  3. Hi, I'm having an issue loading my save files. Whenever I try to load a save file, I'm taken to a screen for Akron Bulls even though my save has nothing to do with that team. Any help is appreciated!
  4. A Tool and an egotistoical fool, eh? Well it's a good thing you're here to set me straight. And no wonder the community here is so small; you can't have a simple exchange of ideas without someone resorting to ad hominems.
  5. Why not? I have yet to say something I don't like.
  6. Of course I am putting the blame on the "inanimate thing" because the "inanimate thing" is the problem. It is far too easy for managers to abuse the CPUs and gain an enormous advantage over managers who do not abuse the CPUs. The simplest, easiest, most reasonable (read: not extreme) measure to take is to prevent managers from trading with CPUs. That's not extreme at all. An extreme measure would be to remove trading altogether, but that's not what I'm proposing. I'm also not proposing punishing managers who have already abused the system. They used the rules to their advantage and benefited enormously, so the rules need to be changed from here on out to give those of us who do not abuse the rules a chance to compete. Surely you're not denying the advantage teams get by abusing the CPUs, are you? If teams are able to accumulate tons of first round draft picks and top players, what chance do new players have to compete? That's no way to encourage new managers to join the game when they have no realistic chance to compete at the highest level with teams that have the best players, best prospects, and best picks; it basically eliminates the purpose of the draft... And also, the community will remain small if we don't fix this problem. As evidence by OP, we're already losing players to this issue.
  7. Clearly teams are taking advantage of CPUs by acquiring all their draft picks and top players. Look at the top teams in this league - almost every one of them abused the system to gain an unfair advantage. Trading with CPUs creates an enormous disparity between player-controlled teams who do not abuse the game and player-controlled teams who DO abuse the game. That's a problem, and it needs to be fixed ASAP. The simplest way to fix this problem is NOT by "making [trading with CPUs] more difficult" but to ban trading with CPUs entirely. Between free agency, trading with player-controlled teams, and youth draft, there's no reason a player-controlled team should have to trade with CPUs to fill their roster. Whether this game is "heading in the right direction" or not is irrelevant; trading with CPUs is a feature that is ruining the game.
  8. Tom, Big Delta Brown Bears, GHL