Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by ellupo, Sep 4, 2018.
hold on ....
Impressive, 4 teams have the entire map
I got all excited about 10 seconds in when I thought Nebraska got some territory back.
Then I realized it just cycled back to preseason.
There seems to be a flaw in your system. After Army gave up its early conquests, it went out and put together 9 more wins. Where are those on your map?
Did they beat anyone that had land?
@BamaDude Must be a closet Wisconsin fan.
A flaw, you mean like only one?
Maybe more than one, but that's the one that stood out.
Amazing how something so simple goes way the fuck over so many posters heads.
When two teams that currently have no land play a game and one of them wins, how much land do they each still have?
Yes, they did. Eastern Michigan had wins over Toledo & Ball St.; Toledo had a win vs Bowling Green; Ball St. had a win vs Eastern Michigan;
Army also beat Miami of Ohio, which had beaten Akron & Kent St; and the Cadets had a win over Buffalo, which had conquered Rutgers, Temple & Eastern Michigan.
I'm guessing you don't factor in FCS teams, so I didn't look up Army's wins vs Lafayette or Colgate; or Buffalo's victory vs Delaware St.
There are flaws.
What you named is NOT ONE OF THEM.
Oh, were they all undefeated?
Were they supposed to be?
Oh, ooh, oooohhhhh. I know this one.....
That was gas.
You mean you are complaining and claiming something has flaws, when you don't even understand how it works?
But I'm curious as to how you think such teams could have land....if they had lost it already.
So team A starts off with their own land... (amazing we have to go to this level)
They lose a game and that land goes to another team.
They cannot lose more land for any other loss UNTIL they beat someone that still has land. THEN they get land back that can be lost to someone else.
In week 1 every team has skin in the game and something to lose. After that it works more and more toward less teams actually having something to lose on the map.
So no, you can't just ask how many games a team won or how many in a row to end the season. If none of the teams they played actually had land AT THAT TIME they didn't earn more land on that map.
How the fuck is this so complicated?
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