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  4. Can't wait to try it!!!!
  5. Yes sir I have a emulator
  6. @ZacharyBurke You ever go to Indy wrestling shows? There is a new promotion in Austin, @WrestleCircus you got to attend a show, amazing!

  7. Tim and I are very proud to be performing with such great talent this night. You should come out and see us! https://t.co/xj3LZgSvlQ

  8. am I reading this right? I am not sure about the flow chart of what happens at "c" as I listed below: guy who "wins" coin-flip - a. says "I will call matchup", then "loser" either picks a team from winners matchup or loser takes P1 (same as old system) b. says "I want you to call the matchup", then "loser" picks a matchup, and winner can pick a team and take P2, or just say he wants P1. (same as old system, sort of, except the winner "defers", but the P1 tradeoff still (rightly) exists, unlike qb_browns new system) c. says "I want P1", then what?
  9. RT @BarstoolUMD: Good start @UCONNBarstool https://t.co/wr7Uoanlls

  10. This kat owe me a dub but other than that... https://t.co/xMEuZ4HCvn

  11. RT @Inc: 20 Young Entrepreneurs You Need to Know in 2017 https://t.co/n9idmgBYW4

  12. These versions aren't super popular so they go more in line with what the particular creator felt. But the lions definitely should have made the cut. Who were the 4 teams left out?
  13. RT @jerryspringer: Ringling Bros. Circus is closing after 146 years. Now only 2 circuses left: my show and the Trump White House. "Sad."

  14. I found it funny that the Lions didn't make the cut from 32 to 28 for these ROMs. Apparently, SOMEONE thought this was CLE's year? JAX's year? TEN? NYJ? Or is it simply "not done" to switch a team's conference? That makes more sense, it's harder to exclude the NFC teams that made the cut. Even at that, I can make a case for DET over at least TB, if not ARI, SF, NO or PHI. At least we (DET) made the playoffs in RL, lol. Anyway, this is just in fun from a long suffering Lions homer.
  15. Sub-Pelini level...so cruel, yet so accurate.
  16. RT @CoachLangsdorf: Great to be back in LA looking for more Huskers to join the movement. #Calibraska 🌴➡️🌽🔴⚪️ https://t.co/dPXL4hv08I

  17. Hello Bowl-ers! My name is Jason, and I'm a Tecmo-holic. CaptHawk is my most used online gaming handle, so I went with that in case i run into a familiar "face" here. I'm from the west side of MI, so yeah, LOOOOONNNGGGG suffering Lions fan here. Back in '14, I had grown weary of PC gaming. I felt a longing for the days of yore, and most especially for my beloved TSB! I never really got into Madden; it's okay, but it's no TSB. I decided to see if anyone had created a console themed website , and was delighted at how many sites there are where one can play old console classics in simple flash online. My original search was for TSB, and this lead me to drummer's amazing TSB 2k2 (SNES) hack. I was blown away, as it simply hadn't occurred to me that one could hack SNES. Well, the obvious then happened... if there was a 2k2.... why not a 2k14? Back to google! And lo, onto tecmobowl.org! (Thank you, Knobbe!) I registered, thinking I had to to play anything, and played the 2k14 TSB (NES) that the site had as a flash option. Now, nothing against NES, but SNES has an "S" for a reason, dammit! I was a teen when TSb (NES) came out, so I literally grew up with the Tecmos. I still vividly remember the excitement of SNES/GEN coming out with TSB for their respective platforms. Touchbacks! In game play changing! KRs with Prime...Time...Prime...Time...or beast Rod "Goodbye Coverage" Woodson. At any rate, that feeling must have stuck with me ll these years, because I just can't get into NES like I do SNES Tecmo. Back in '14, I don't believe this site had done much with SNES TSB, or at least I couldn't find it. So, I stuck with 2k2 and original TSB for SNES that I could play online for when I needed that TSB fix. Fast forward to the last month or so. I decided to revisit tecmobowl.org, as it's cool as hell what you have accomplished here, notwithstanding my SNES bias. Oh, sweet Junior Seau up in heaven! I couldn't believe all the cool ass ROMs for SNES Tecmo-ing now available! Legends, 90's, 00's, '77, '84, 15-16 and 15-16 updated, 8-bit updated...not to mention the TSBIII ROMs I haven't even touched. (I will; it's just I found TSB II and III to be a letdown when they were originally released back in the day.) So, Baron Von Lector, cowboyschamps, qbvikings and Mr.NFL... a sincere and heartfelt thank you is in order! After my downloading spree, I returned to this site to, well, lurk a bit. Basically to see if I wanted to throw my helmet on the field, as it were: were people here cool, or no? So, I've perused the Forums quite a bit, and by virtue of this post, I hereby proclaim: y'all are cool as hell! Oh, sure, there are a couple of "my helmet is bigger than your helmet" d-bags, but i like that they get put in their place, and I even more like no-one gets banned by some pissy mod. For now, I play on my PC using the keyboard. I might get a controller, but I don't really miss it, it didn't take long to get the feel of Tecmo on keys. I'm not sure if I'll play online or participate in tournaments, but regardless I wanted to introduce myself, give props and join the community.
  18. TTL Season XXIII is about to be launched and there are some changes for the regular season and the playoffs. Format We are moving to 14 owners and 28 teams. That means SF/IND/NE/SEA are now included in the draft. There will be 7 teams in 4 divisions which means there will be some touch matchups for some teams so you will want to draft wisely. To balance some of the miss matches there will be handicaps against certain matchups for SF and some in favor for IND. Matchup Game1 Handicap Game2 Handicap S.F GIA None None S.F BUF None None S.F HOU None None S.F PHI SF must sit out one offensive player chosen by the opponent. Same as game1 however can not select the same player to sit out. Must select a different player. S.F RAI. SF must sit out one offensive player chosen by the opponent. Same as game1 however can not select the same player to sit out. Must select a different player. S.F CHI SF must sit out one offensive player chosen by the opponent. Same as game1 however can not select the same player to sit out. Must select a different player. IND N.E. None None IND SEA None None IND N.O N.O. must sit out one offensive player chosen by the opponent. Same as game1 however can not select the same player to sit out. Must select a different player. IND G.B. GB. must sit out one offensive player chosen by the opponent. Same as game1 however can not select the same player to sit out. Must select a different player. IND CLE CLE must sit out one offensive player chosen by the opponent. Same as game1 however can not select the same player to sit out. Must select a different player. IND ATL ATL must sit out one offensive player chosen by the opponent. Same as game1 however can not select the same player to sit out. Must select a different player. Draft Order 1)Justin Peters, 2)Ngunn, 3)Jeff, and 4)Casual T will get to select which draft spot they would like in the order listed. Picking draft spots will begin immediately so we get the next season moving. Keep in mind if you select #1 overall you will also get the #28 spot as the serpentine draft is still in effect. The remaining order will be determined by results of last season. Playoffs This season playoffs will move to single elimination with 6 of the 14 teams making the playoffs. The two higher seeds getting 1st round bye weeks. The remaining 8 teams will battle it out in a loser bracket or as Jeff likes to refer to it as a "Not so Fortunate" bracket to determine drafts spots for TTL season 24. New Players Please ask any questions as I'm aware this is a different format and we also have two new gents that will have questions. Everyone welcome @vikingmoe02 @hoffnasty9 to TTL!! DarthRockman Divsions have been posted on Google Docs https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ycnrINJvldX_NtYNJDFkwhME8UClPJV5pAUEI10fEWg/edit?usp=sharing TTL Draft 23.xlsx
  19. Against an elite level player I'd more often prefer to call the matchup. Against a clearly inferior player I'd more often prefer to choose the team.
  20. Happy BMLK day @ChillennDillon @cayFce @kyle_shallow

  21. RT @jonmachota: Me as a coach https://t.co/SMuOwNChnM

  22. Damn. Tomlin don't play. https://t.co/6ohTbAHYGJ

  23. Noire: Equilibrium #1 by Expo & DanielZ https://t.co/oX9UolNYSf via @YouTube

  24. Hoy a las 3 los @coachesdtribuna regresamos a Radiante Latina para hacer el #Coachcast en vivo, no se lo pierdan.

  25. Since everyone would prefer to be P1, there are really two types of people: those that strongly prefer to call the match-up (I am in this camp), and those that strongly prefer to not call the match-up (I can't imagine any "upper-level" players in this camp, but maybe there are... and the rules shouldn't only cater to that group anyway). Under old Madison rules (and buck's equivalent system), a player that hates calling match-ups might get double-boned by "winning" the toss (they have to call the match-up and they might get stuck with P2 as well). A player that likes to call match-ups is guaranteed to get a match-up call or P1. I understand the complaints. Under the new system, a player that prefers to call the match-up automatically gets double-boned by losing the coin-flip (they don't get to call and they are P2). A player that hates calling match-ups gets a push regardless of who wins the toss. Here is my suggestion for a more equitable system where neither side gets double-boned. There are two choices: 1) choose your controller or 2) choose who has to pick the match-up (the person who doesn't pick the match-up will get their choice of team). Whoever wins the coin toss gets to choose one of these and the coin toss loser gets to make the other choice. Here, if I strongly prefer calling the match-up and I lose the toss, I at least get player 1 and my choice of team as a consolation (I get my 1st and 3rd ranked choices or 2nd and 3rd ranked choices). If I hate calling the match-up and lose the toss, even if homeboy forces to call the match-up I get P1 (again, I get 1st and 3rd or 2nd and 3rd ranked choices). Neither type of person would get stuck getting their 3rd choice only. Coin toss winner gets their pick of the litter and the loser gets the other two. The coin-toss winner could still get two of his three preferences if the players have different tastes. Nobody gets double-boned. At Kumite we used the new Madison rules (essentially), but we needed to save some time because our process of drawing ping-pong balls each round was lengthy. This year we are not drawing ping-pong balls and there will be a coin flip, so O'Dell and I will have to determine how it goes down. If this system has any glaring flaws that I missed please let me know!
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