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Does anybody own this game? I am a fan of sports and decided to try my hands at college basketball, but I am lost to this.

I need some help on how to split time between recruiting and training players and tips on how to do that. It seems that I blow out lesser teams, but always loose to teamz that are my equal or better. Any help?

I would also like your comments on the game.

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Does anybody own this game? I am a fan of sports and decided to try my hands at college basketball, but I am lost to this.

I need some help on how to split time between recruiting and training players and tips on how to do that. It seems that I blow out lesser teams, but always loose to teamz that are my equal or better. Any help?

I would also like your comments on the game.

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Yeah, I have NBA2K6 and I am pretty good at that game, and believe it or not I suck at CH2K6...I mean, the controls and everything is so similiar, yet they are so different. So far I am liking CH....it's complex and forces you to think. I am starting to get the hang of things, thanks for the link, those forums helped me out a lot, specially at getting good coaching sliders. I like the coaching aspect of the game and in my first game with this sliders I managed to beat Elon 70-57(I am playing as High Point in my career) and they where one star above me in the overall ratings.

I suppose since this is a small program, I cant try to go out there and lure ***** prospects to my team right? Should I settle with *** and some **** players? Seems like all ***** want to play in big programs and even with one at 100% interest he went to UNC.

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So I have done well after taking advice from the boards at operation sports.

I coached the Long Island Blackbirds to two conference championships, one conference tournament win, one win on the BCA tournament(my first non-conference tournament win) and one spot in the NCAA bid, where I got squashed by Maryland. I dislike the fact that, in one season I went 21-9, undefeated in my conference and my only loss came on the conference tournament final aganist Webster. They finished 14-15 and got a bid on the NCAA tournament and I was left out. WTF? They just won one important game, I went undefeated aganist all the teams in my conference except that little game. Plus, I had upset wins over Northeastern and Iowa State, which I think should have given me the spot.

Anyway, I just got hired by South Alabama on a bigger conference and I am trying to lure all those prospects on my target list over to my new job.....kinda feels like starting from scratch again, specially since my other team was better overall.

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So I have done well after taking advice from the boards at operation sports.

I coached the Long Island Blackbirds to two conference championships, one conference tournament win, one win on the BCA tournament(my first non-conference tournament win) and one spot in the NCAA bid, where I got squashed by Maryland. I dislike the fact that, in one season I went 21-9, undefeated in my conference and my only loss came on the conference tournament final aganist Webster. They finished 14-15 and got a bid on the NCAA tournament and I was left out. WTF? They just won one important game, I went undefeated aganist all the teams in my conference except that little game. Plus, I had upset wins over Northeastern and Iowa State, which I think should have given me the spot.

Anyway, I just got hired by South Alabama on a bigger conference and I am trying to lure all those prospects on my target list over to my new job.....kinda feels like starting from scratch again, specially since my other team was better overall.

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I have been with the South Alabama Jaguars for 5 seasons, making the NCAA bid for the last three seasons. I have done so well that I got one of my players selected in the NBA Draft, I made the top 25 polls(between 17-25 all season long last year, then finished 22) and even won a game in the NCAA Tournament over UMASS, but then lost to Boston College. Right now I am going to play Villanova in the NCAA Tournament, I was ranked 21 in the top 25 polls and made the seventh seed in my conference.

I am actually looking for advice here, you see, most of my good players are seniors and I had a bad time in the recruit period.....it seems like my team is in for rebuilding and my good seasons are a thing of the past. Should I jump to another conference? I am sure I can get an offer from a Mid- Major team at least and since I need to rebuild anyways.....well....better try somewhere bigger.

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I'm in my like 12th year and just accepted a job at Texas, following a stint at Pepperdine in which I won back to back national titles, one during an undefeated season.

Twas at Alcorn State before that, I've missed the NCAA tourney only twice in my legacy.

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I moved up to the Wichita State Shockers and managed to make them the 11th best team in the nation, but after some key losses I jumped to the UCLA Bruins and managed to win my first national title, upsetting #1 Pittsburgh in the Final Four and then beating #4 North Carolina in the championship game...I was ranked #3 in the nation.

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