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This post was edited by sf2k4 15 months ago
BS contest. Dishonest rankings. PSU had the most votes after the first round but sat in 10th. If EA is scared of the stigma, they should have just limited it to top 25 teams.
Would probably sell more copies than one with a bunch of homosexual cadet yell leaders.
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Cover should always go to the champs or heisman winner imo.
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
Fan interaction sells.
The voting was rigged
It does feel like it. On the cover vote image that they've been using to display the players' pics they have Michigan beating Alabama by about 1,000 votes (something like 39,000 to 38,000). However, if you look at the actual poll now, Alabama's winning something like 45,000 to 42,000.
It was. I noticed the same thing that the Penn St guy did
I wonder if they (a) never planned to allow PSU to be on the cover because of said potential public backlash (cry me a river, by the way; I hate rigged sh!t) and at the same time (b) never thought PSU would have enough votes.
I did call them out twice on it and it got deleted both times
Of course,but it wouldn't hurt sales either way.
Lol at Denard Robinson.
Cam Newton has not been on it.
You can forget Penn State.
John Simon up for Ohio State.
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