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  1. Tecmo Rose Bowl 1970-1989 All-American Edition

    This is a rom of approximately the Top 25 NCAA Football Teams of the 1970's and 80's according to the AP plus the 3 service academies.
    It includes every Consensus All-American from every team, plus 15 of the 20 Heisman winners and 16 of the 20 Outland winners.
     -Juice starts at week 5 and maxes out at the end
    -3rd Uniform disabled
    -TEAM replaces 1991
    -Stop Fumbles after TD
    -QB Rating improved
    -Schedule not random
    -Sim Data based on 1980's and 1990's overall performance
    -Touchbacks
    -11 Game Schedule

    74 downloads

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  2. Tecmo Super UFL

    Spring Just Got Stronger. 
    After a successful Tecmo Super XFL, I bring you Tecmo Super UFL. 
     
    Now partnering with Alternative Football Network some new features for this version.
     
    Play as last season's XFL or USFL teams or play as a 2024 team.
     
    Schedule is the same used by all 3 leagues.
     
    New icons are helmets above players and a Madden-style B button to throw to your receiver.
     
    Follow me and share on X, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram

    129 downloads

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  3. USFL '89-'94

    These are part of my series of hypothetical hacks; as I worked through them and made narrative notes, I struggled with organization.
     
    Where I am fascinated by the turbulent '80s, I don't have much interest in league of my teenage years partly because of Cleveland's move to Baltimore. That aside, I got a little too deep and scattershot in the narrative aspect of this project--most of my ideas for '89-'94 are interesting to me but just scraps. I hope to organize twitter notes and place them here in a bit for the sake of posterity. I have started a sort of "reset" of the project. I apologize for the barrage of polls on my Twitter. It's helped me in rethinking and working on a new project.
     
    I do want to list a few things here for clarity of the rosters:
     
    -Joe Robbie's death and Don Shula's impatience leads Pittsburgh Maulers owner Ed DeBartolo Sr. to swoop in and sign Dan Marino to a 7-year, $35 million contract; a Robbie's family heir--a third cousin way deep in the tree--agrees to release the QB to spring for $15 million. It is a whirlwind off-season for the near-miss Maulers, who also sign Major Harris, top WR prospect Reggie Rembert, and old-hand Matt Millen. The '90 Maulers finished 12-5-1, taking the league title in a 31-28 shootout against Jim Kelly and the Houston Gamblers. A New Dawn has arrived. 
     
    -After a string of bad seasons and weak ownership, both the New Orleans Breakers and the New England Patriots reach sort of twilights in Sin City and Puritanville. In a rare flex of state power, out-going Gov. Mike Dukakis seizes Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro and approaches the USFL about placing a team there. League Commissioner Grover Debs--never a fan of the original move from Boston in '83--arranges a purchase of the Breakers with a prominent New Hampshire family; the league eats some $22 million in debts. A Dresden-based architecture firm of the "Memphis" style--already working on the Memorial Stadium project in Baltimore and Canadian Tire Park in downtown Halifax--commits to providing a future redesign. The '91 USFL offseason contracts a fever pitch  as the revived "Boston Breakers" sign Doug Flutie and a myriad of free agents; New Jersey inks jettisoned Jim Kelly, after George Bush Jr. and his Saudi and Yemeni backers gave Heisman winner Andre Ware a 5-year, $5.2 million deal back in '90. The New England Patriots would limp through '91 and '92 as a tenant before Paul Tagliabue gives in to the senior circuit's first franchise merger in over 40 years, the Pats will be picked over by the St. Louis Football Cardinals, themselves in a sort of limbo post-Bill Bidwell and mismanagement by a Busch scion. The NFL announces plans to sell the logo and franchise rights to former Pats minority owner Robert Kraft, who promises revenge.
     
    -Cuban-cultivated "biomechanic" techniques revive the careers of Neil Lomax (Denver) and Bert Jones (Stars).
     
    -In a messy '92, Merlin Olson wins a four-way race with George Bush, Jerry Brown, and Ross Perot on The Rainbow Bridge Party ticket a loose confederation of orthodox Marxists, dejected trade unionists, and small holders dependant on gutted midwest industrial economies (Olson swept the center of the country). Olson's running mate is long time progressive Paul Wellstone. Olson wins on vague promises to "renew the New Deal" and rapproachment with the Soviet Union, who exiled Gorbachev and are undergoing a process of "Reconstruction." Olson reportedly accepted the nomination after a nasty contract fight with NBC. Bush Sr. becomes an executive with the Houston Gamblers. Houston Oilers owner Bud Adams disappears, putting that franchise in crisis.
     
    -Tagliabue rushes to announce NFL expansion, the goal being 30 teams by the turn-of-the century. The announced clubs are the Carolina Panthers ('94), a revived Patriots franchise (TBD), and the Montreal Machine, who will join the league in '95 and play at Stade Olympique, itself undergoing renovations thanks to a Czechoslovakian-Libyan developed process based on Roman concrete processes. 
     
    -ABC re-ups with the USFL for $600 million over three years. CBS bulks. 
     
    -The '93 USFL Season sees Ted Marchibroda lead the 6-12 Baltimore Stars on a miracle run to the USFL title. The team is led by Tracy Ham, a training camp holdout in Jacksonville, acquired for a 6th round pick. 
     
    -"Bad boy" Jeff George arrives in Chicago for the '94 season. Michigan Panther's franchise exec Anhel Cabrini signs Division I-AA standout Kurt Warner based on a series of "visions" of a "Giant Marksman with raven hair, flinging fire." The eccentric Cabrini--head of the Union who prevented the AMC-Chrysler merger--insisted Warner throw both footballs and Charmin rolls at his workout after hearing stories Kurt chucked them as a Hy-Vee stock boy. He receives a 10-year, $20 million deal, a move criticized by even Al Davis. 
     
    These hacks contain all previous edits (7 minute quarters, juice meter, etc.).
     
    Thank you, as always, for your support. 

    275 downloads

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  4. Tecmo NCAA Basketball '15 (NES)

    You know what to do (Download this!).
     
    I released this game back in 2015, however this time around, it is without the dreaded "12th man super-scorer" glitch. Nine years after its initial release, this has been fixed.
     
    As of today, this the first (and only) college basketball game on the NES (until I put out a follow-up in the next year or two).
     
    All the team logos, uniforms, and courts have been modified to reflect their college counterparts. SimData has been modified to reflect typical college basketball scores (Scores of 75-70 are the norm). There are 27 teams in this ROM. The team selection was partially based on what teams were hot in 2015, and historical significance (see attached screenshot). This provides for effortless future updates.  
    For the sake of realness, it is HIGHLY advised you play a season with a SHORT schedule (26 games). This closest reflects a regular season of college basketball.
     
    This ROM is the best of its kind. You would be a fool NOT to add it to your collection.
     
    This is one of MANY games that I have on my BaronGaming.weebly.com and Patreon.com/BaronGaming sites, most of which you won't find anywhere else. The site is currently being renovated, so please mind the mess.

    307 downloads

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  5. Tecmo NBA Basketball '23 (NES)

    Something cool happened this week!
     
    This is the ROM update I started at the end of last season that I just now finished. While the roster are a year old, this is still the (in my humble opinion) the best version of this game available. I've been busy saving the world with, you know, space lasers!
     
    I didn't update any of the logos (aside from the ones I did in the previous version). Maybe next season.
     
    I've seen a lot of versions of this game released over the last couple years and they all have the same issue: The scoring leaders are always the backup center, averaging 100+ points per game. This is not an issue in this ROM.
     
    Also, the season simdata has been updated for this season, so the level of success a team experienced during the 2022-23 season is reflected in this ROM. Now, this doesn't mean that a team won't over-play their simdata. It happens.
     
    The last season I updated this ROM was... four years ago in 2019?  So with that, see you after the 2027 season.
     
    For more the most recent ROM updates and all upcoming projects, check out my online home at Patreon.com/BaronGaming and BaronGaming.weebly.com.

    335 downloads

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  6. Tecmo Super Bowl: NCAA 2K24 Edition

    The classic NES sports title, updated with 32 NCAA Division One teams from the 2023-24 season! Enjoy this version with the following features:
    Includes 32 NCAA Division One teams from the 2023-24 season. Playbooks edited – Plays moved to different slots, edited running plays, removed ‘bad’ plays. Almost 40 hacks added to Hardtype versions (24 hacks in Vanilla version) Defensive players are setup for either 3-4, 4-3 Or Nickel Defenses (RILB is the nickel back) Team uniforms edited so home team plays in dark uniform during regular season play (NFC West are always in their dark uniforms due to limitations with the game's code) Sim code updated for more accurate team results. 12 game regular season schedule for all 32 NCAA teams.  

     
    Just like my previous releases (NCAA 2K23, 2022 NCAA D1 Edition) I used a vanilla version that @fatcheerleader posted in the past as a base (props to him for his work!) and came up with an updated version. As with my other releases, I offer four different versions for people to enjoy:
    #1 - Base - Hacks Included:
    1. Add touchbacks
    2. FG length max 65 yards
    3. Punt length max to 65 yards
    4. Add 'Hut' pre-snap cadence
    5. NFC West sim fixes
    6. Player 2 condition fix
    7. FG avoid kick block fix
    8. TE sim fix
    9. Changes offensive sim to 'out of 32' sum
    10. Prevent schedule from being random
    11. Fix playoff seeding
    12. More NFL-like QB rating value
    13. TEAM ROSTER instead of 1991 ROSTER after Super Bowl winner end game scene
    14. Set Pro Bowl Kick/Punt return men to RB4
    15. Change touchback to 25-yard line
    #2 – Vanilla – Hacks Included:
    16. Changing KR speed
    17. PR speed change from SS to actual PR player
    18. Better INT returns
    19. Add stats after quarters
    20. QB backpedal animation hack
    21. Kickoffs from 8-yard line to 3 deep in endzone
    22. Better COM punt timing
    23. PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target
    24. Punt coverage boost adjustment
    #3 –Hardtype – Hacks Included (also includes all the Vanilla version hacks):
    25. Ultra logic hack
    26. More accurate FG's
    27. Decrease fumbles by 30%
    28. Randomize in-game music
    29. Timing of Snap Exchange b/n C & QB
    30. Faster Handoffs, Pitches, Snaps & Player Control
    31. COM Goes For FG w/:20 Left in Half/End of Game
    32. COM punts on 4th down in 4th quarter if more than 50 yds from end zone
    33. QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less
    34. COM Dive Tackling like SNES TSB I
    35. Changing the differential for popcorning/ dl busting through
    36. Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter (Week 4 Juice – Max 02 DEF.SPEED)
    37. JStout's Find Open Receiver Hack
    38. Push/Pull Hack #4 – Hardtype + P2 As Road Team
    39. Road team plays as Player 2 during regular season games

    940 downloads

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  7. TFO Football 2023 Final - BAD & MAD Roms

    PLEASE NOTE: These Roms use the No sprite flicker rom and 15 sprite per scanline hacks. You would need to remove these before burning to cart if you plan to play on an actual NES. See this article for information.
     
    TFO stands for "Tecmo Fantasy Owners". The idea and rom hack are ran by the TFO Commish Roger. The entire project is named "Tecmo Fantasy Owners Football League" or "TFO Football League".
     

    Each team in the TFO Football League has been created by a different person; an Owner of a TFO Team. These owners set the stats, names, colors, logos, and superstar players for their team via an RPG like application they were sent. In essence they have "purchased" their dream teams.
     

    After each owner submitted their team it was hacked into the original Tecmo Super Bowl for the NES. Starting with 2017 we now use 2 roms so we can have more teams play through the season. We use 18 teams per hacked rom, so there are a total of 36 teams for the season.
     

    To make things more interesting instead of releasing the rom right away we documented the full season of TFO Football on our website http://tfofootball.weebly.com. We have created an 17 week schedule with a full Tecmo Super Bowl playoff system in tact. These were all covered in games recorded for YouTube, some with commentary!
     

    The 2023 season (also known as Season XI) started Feb 2023 and ended in September 2023. This was our Eleventh Season (since 2013).
     

    So the question now is... Are You Ready For Some 8-bit Football??????

    113 downloads

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  8. ncaaTSBalumni

    Changed the name to ncaaTSBalumni
    This is a rom of approximately the Top 25 NCAA Football Teams of the 1970's and 80's according to the AP plus the 3 service academies.
    This is the era that the original TSB players were in college.
    The rom uses Original TSB players at their Alma Maters and is filled out by players from earlier times some going back to the 1940's.
    As many players as possible are from the Original NES Tecmo Super Bowl and most maintain their ratings with minor adjustments up or down.
    A few have major upgrades (Cover Boy Herschel Walker).(Dean Steinkuhler and Jim McMahon are also upgraded)
    Almost all the players in the rom played in the NFL unless no one is available.  
    Original TSB players were given priority.
    All players not in the Original TSB are based on Tecmo Super Bowl Players (ex. Tony Dorsett = Barry Sanders)
    -ADDED TOUCHBACKS
    -11 Game Schedule 
    -DIVISIONS/CONFRENCES Realigned to better reflect the 70's and 80's
    -Updated 3 Service Academy to rosters to include more players from the 70's and 80's.
    -Juice starts at week 5 and reaches week 16 at end. (Defensive speed maxed out at 02 in version 2)
    -KR actual player speed (Removed in Version 2 , I did not like it)
    -PR actual player speed (Removed in Version 2 , I did not like it)
    -INT better returns (Removed in Version 2 , I did not like it)
    -3rd Uniform disabled
    -TEAM replaces 1991
    -Stop Fumbles after TD
    -QB Rating improved
    -Schedule not random
    -Sim Data based on 1980's and 1990's overall performance
     
    #1 Nebraska(48) National Champs '70 and '71
    #2 Oklahoma (47) National Champs '74, '75, and '85
    #3 Michigan (45)
    #4 Alabama (39) National Champs '78 and '79
    #5 Penn State (38) National Champs '82 and '86
    #6 USC (34.5) National Champs '72
    #7 Ohio State (33.5) 
    #8 Auburn (31.5)
    #9 UCLA (31)
    #10 Notre Dame ((26) National Champs '73, '77, and '88
    #11 Miami (24) National Champs '83, '87, and '89
    #12 Georgia (22) National Champs '80
    #13 Arkansas (21.5)
    #14 Pitt (21) National Champs '76
    #15 FSU (18.5)
    #16 LSU (17)
    #16 Texas (17)
    #18 Clemson (16) National Champs '81
    #19 Tennessee (13)
    #20 BYU (12) National Champs '84
    #21 Washington (11)
    #22 Iowa (5) New Team replaces North Carolina
    #23 Florida (4)
    #24 Michigan State New Team replaces Ole Miss
    #25 Georgia Tech
    #26 Air Force, Army, and Navy
     
     

    392 downloads

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  9. USFL '88 Black Swan

    A continuation of the series. 
     
    There are two roms--one with original logos and one with "What-If" modifications. 
     
    Follow the season at @tombor13 on Twitter (X?)
     
    Trades
     
    -Baltimore sends '89 11th round Open Draft pick to Washington to avoid arbitration after signing Mark Duda.
     
    -Chicago trades 2nd round Open Draft pick, rights to Quinn Early to Michigan for Doug DuBose and 3rd round Open Draft pick. 
     
    -Houston trades two 1st round Open Draft pick, three territorial selections to Oklahoma for rights to Thurman Thomas.
     
    -Jacksonville trades rights to Kerwin Bell to Tampa Bay for 5th and 7th round Open Draft picks and two territorial list selections in '89.
     
    -Los Angeles trades 2nd round Open Draft pick to New Jersey for Lionel Manuel.
     
    -Memphis trades '89 3rd round Open Draft pick to New Jersey for Ed Rubbert.
     
    -San Antonio trades '89 1st round Open Draft pick to Chicago for Irving Fryar
     
    -San Antonio trades '89 4th round Open Draft pick to New Jersey for Herman Fontenot.
     
    -New Orleans trades Kyle Mackey to Washington for '89 6th round Open Draft pick.
     
    -Washington trades '89 6th round Open Draft pick to Baltimore for rights to Mike Hinnant.
     
    Arbitrator Rulings: 
     
    -Chicago sends '89 9th round Open Draft pick to Oakland per arbitrator ruling after signing Greg Little.
     
    -Chicago sends '89 7th round Open Draft pick to Baltimore per arbitrator ruling after signing Jeff Smith.
     
    -San Antonio sends '89 2nd round Open Draft pick to Oakland per arbitrator ruling after signing Reggie Camp.
     
    -Tampa Bay sends '89 20th round Open Draft pick to Houston per arbitrator ruling after signing Mike Clendenen. 
     
    -Washington sends '89 4th round Open Draft pick to Tampa Bay per arbitrator ruling after signing Willie Lee Broughton.
     
    -Arbitrator rules Oklahoma can trade rights to Paul Jetton--a territorial pick acquired in trade with Houston for Thurman Thomas--to San Antonio for cash. Gamblers are not compensated. 
     
    Arizona
    Eric Allen 
    Sam Bowers (FA)
    Chuck Cecil*
    Darren Comeaux
    Michael Haynes 
    George Hinkle*
    Goran Lingmerth ('87 territorial pick)
    Randall McDaniel
     
    Carry over: Dan Saleaumuna 
     
    Baltimore 
    Azizduddin Abdur-Ra.oof 
    O'Brien Alston
    Carlton Bailey*
    Mark Duda ('83 territorial pick by Washington, rights trade for an 11th round pickin '89 Open Draft)
    Ferrell Edmunds
    Ralph Jarvis* 
     
    Carry over: Archie Harris 
     
    Birmingham 
    Scott Bolton
    Aundray Bruce
    Garry Frank (6th round Open Draft)
    Jeff Herrod*
    Nate Hill
    Houston Hoover
    Donny Humphrey ('84 territorial pick) 
    Jeff Jackson (‘84 territorial pick)
    Lionel James ('84 territorial pick)
    Shawn Lee*
    Tony Nathan (FA)
    Linnie Patrick (FA)
    Ron Shegog (4th round '86 Open Draft Pick)
    Zefross Moss 
    Danta Whitaker
     
    Carry over: Henry Ballard
     
    Chicago
    Chris Dishman*
    Doug DuBose (trade w/Michigan, '89 2nd round Open Draft pick)
    Cedric Figaro 
    African Grant*
    Jason Johnson
    Joe Johnson (FA)
    George Little ('85 5th round Open Draft Oakland, rights trade for 9th round pick '89)
    Rod Lossow*
    Tom Rehder  
    Jeff Smith (FA, rights trade w/Baltimore)
    Chris Spielman (1st round Open Draft)
    Tom Tupa (3rd round Open Draft)
     
    Denver 
    Gerald Abraham*
    David Archer (9th round Open Draft '84)
    J.J Birden*
    Brett Farynairz (9th round Open Draft)
    Bobby Micho (trade w/Houston, 6th round Open Draft pick)
    Tony Sargent*
    David Tate*
    Brian Washington (1st round Open Draft)
     
    Carry over: Steve Bartalo, Pete Najaran
     
    Houston 
    George LaFrance (FA)
    Avon Riley 
    Thurman Thomas (rights trade w/Oklahoma)
    Randy Thornton
    Dwight Walker (FA)
     
    LA 
    Marcus Cotton
    Greg Coauette
    Dave DesRouchers
    Vince Evans (FA)
    Mel Farr Jr.
    Kani Kauahi 
    Lionel Manuel (trade w/New Jersey)
    Al Noga (1st round Open Draft) 
    Ken Norton Jr.
     
    Jacksonville 
    John Brantley*
    Wes Chandler 
    Bernard Ford (rights trade w/Tampa Bay)
    Jimmie Giles
    Freddie Gilbert (‘84 territorial selection)
    Tony Jones* (4th round Open Draft)
    Nat Moore
    Lars Tate
     
    Carry over: Tracy Ham, Greg Lloyd
     
    Michigan
    Bubba Baker (FA)
    Quinn Early (rights trade w/Chicago, future considerations) 
    Jumbo Elliott 
    Rickey Foggie (4th round Open Draft) 
    Aatron Kenney(18th round Open Draft) 
    Todd Krum
    Jamie Morris
    Rich Strenger (‘83 territorial pick)
    Eric Truvillion (FA) 
     
    Memphis 
    Brad Beckman (4th round Open Draft) 
    Jeff Cross (1st round Open Draft)
    Chris Gaines
    Harry Galbreath
    Thane Gash* 
    William Howard 
    Anthony Miller
    Randall Morris (‘84 territorial selection)
    Carl Parker*
    Ed Rubbert (rights trade w/New Jersey for '89 3rd round Open Draft pick) 
    Vinson Smith (5th round Open Draft)

     
    New Jersey 
    Vince Courville (FA)
    Pat Davis
    Paul Frase* 
    Darren Flutie 
    Ted Gregory 
    Gordie Lockbaum
    Joe Klecko (FA) 
    Don McPherson
    Eric Naposki
    Bill Romanowski
    Bernie Ruoff 
    Danny Walters (FA, '84 territorial selection)
     
    Carry over: Scott Merserau
     
    New Orleans
    Eric Andolesk
    Kevin Guidry
    Ezra Johnson 
    Sammy Martin 
    Stacey Mobley ('87 territorial pick)
    Rufus Porter*
    Stan Humphries* 
    Bennie Thompson ('86 territorial draft)
    Deatrich Wise*
     
    Oakland 
    Sherman Cocroft ('84 territorial pick)
    Vincent Gamanche (FA) 
    Ken Henry* (11th round Open Draft)
    Tony Hill #47
    John Robert Holland
    David Lewis (‘84 territorial selection) #86
    Keith McCoy* #40
    Sean McNanie (‘84 territorial selection)
    Mike Oliphant #7 (1st round Open Draft)
    Yepi Pau'u
    Mike Perez
    Sean Raquet (‘84 territorial selection) 
    James Saxon #20
    Chris Verhulst
    Mike Withycombe*
     
    Oklahoma 
    Lydell Carr
    Donnie Dee
    Erik McMillian (1st round Open Draft, via Houston)
    Mike Norseth ('86 territorial pick)
    Jon Phillips
    Darrell Reed
    Caesar Rentie
    Clayton Weishuhn (FA)
    Ronnie Williams
     
    Pittsburgh
    Mike Alexander 
    Teryl Austin* CB
    Stan Clayton*
    Danny Copeland (3rd round Open Draft)
    Cecil Fletcher
    Craig Hayward
    Mike Merriweather (contract jump)
    Gary Mullen ('85 territorial pick)
    Brent Novolesky* (21st round Open Draft)
    John Shannon (5th round Open Draft)
    John Talley

     
    San Antonio 
    Chet Brooks
    Reggie Camp ('83 Oakland territorial pick, rights trade) 
    Louis Cheek
    Herman Fontenot (trade w/New Jersey)
    Irving Fryar (trade w/Chicago) 
    James Jefferson (FA, '86 territorial pick)
    Paul Jetton (rights trade w/Oklahoma via Houston) 
    Mack Moore 
    Joel Porter
    Ed Williams ('84 territorial pick) 
     
    Carry over: Larry Kelm, Kevin Murray
     
    Tampa Bay 
    Kerwin Bell* (rights trade w/Jacksonville)
    Mike Clendenen (rights trade w/Houston)
    Danny McManus
    Brian Blades
    Mel Bratton
    Corris Ervin
    Jeff Feagles
    John Ionata (‘86 territorial pick) 
    George Mira Jr.
    Dave Puzzoli ('83 8th round Open Draft) 
    Alfredo Roberts 
    Danny Stubbs 
     
    Washington 
    Michael Brim 
    Greg Davis (‘87 territorial pick) 
    Dwayne Harper 
    Willie Lee Broughton (rights trade w/Tampa Bay, future considerations)
    Kenny Gamble (3rd round Open Draft)
    Roy Hart
    Mike Hinnant (preseason trade w/Baltimore for a 6th round pick in '89)
    Kyle Mackey (trade w/New Orleans)
    Victor Jones 
    Mark Royals (FA)
     
    *Will appear in a future hack
     
     

    226 downloads

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  10. SEC vs Big Ten Legends

    Welcome to the future.  2024 will introduce 16 teams for the Big Ten and 16 teams for the SEC, thus in the words of the media making 2 Super Conferences. 

    First off, thank you to Baron Von Lector.  This ROM is a variation of his hard work.  If you haven't check out his other ROM hacks on his site.  I tried Super Mario with SNES graphics, pretty cool.  

    Next, since we don't know accurate rosters for 2024, I went ahead and created a LEGENDS edition.  Best of the best for each school.  Turned out to be much more difficult for teams like Rutgers and Vanderbilt haha.

    I like TSB3 so added a couple of features that are borrowed from there.  Field is one color for simplicity and to fix a couple of minor field glitches with the original rom.  Changed a lot of colors.  

    There are 2 versions, neither are more or less difficult.  If you wish to modify to amp the JUICE, there are plenty of articles on this site to help you do that. 
     
    Basically, there is a VANILLA version with little to no hacks involved and one that I added a few hacks that I see as adding to the game. 
     
    These hacks are:
     
    Add Hut to Pre-Snap Decrease Fumbles by 30% Various Special Teams Hacks (Directional Punts, kickoff locations moved, touchbacks moved, add touchbacks for kickoffs, wedge kickoff return) Remove Excess Diving by CPU.  Makes it a lot more difficult if you can't just fake the CPU to get them to dive haha Player Controlled QB Rollout. Change Preseason music to use Pro Bowl values.  
    I want to say thank you to everyone on this site who has contributed.  I've had a LOT of fun playing these variations, especially the college ones (I find college to be more exciting than pro personally) and especially the SNES versions, I'm not there yet personally, but I admire what some can do.  Wish we could get an NCAA TSB3 at some point, maybe I'll try to attack that next.  

    Obviously there is talk of further expansion of these conferences, so at some point maybe I'll replace the lesser teams with newer additions if/when that happens.  Also, perhaps the new Big 12 could play one of these conferences.  All ideas I'm floating but want to see if this one goes over well or if it's not worth the trouble.  I personally am enjoying playing this and feel like it's a solid idea, but I can't say for certain.  If there are suggestions that you want to pass along, feel free, although please keep in mind I'm fairly new at this so bear with me.  Was a lot of fun to do though.  

    442 downloads

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  11. Tecmo Super XFL

    What team is the XFL's Greatest Of All Time?

    3 Leagues 1 Schedule
    Each team plays a 14 game schedule, stretched between 17 weeks
    2001 teams play against each other
    2020 teams play against each other
    2023 teams play against each other
    Top 12 Teams meet in the playoffs

    Like the 2020 and 2023 version, the kickoff is important!
    Teams kick from the 20 and clock doesn't run!

    Shout Out and thanks to S. Blueman and Baron Lector. They inspired me.

    This will be updated during the season.

    Enjoy and any questions find me on Social Media

    733 downloads

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  12. Tecmo Super Bowl: NCAA 2K23 Edition

    The classic NES sports title, updated with 32 NCAA Division One teams from the 2022-23 season! Enjoy this version with the following features:
    Includes the Top 32 NCAA Division One teams from CBS Sports' Preseason Rankings Playbooks edited – Plays moved to different slots, edited running plays, removed ‘bad’ plays Over 30 hacks added to Hardtype versions (21 hacks in Vanilla version) Defensive players are setup for either 3-4, 4-3 Or Nickel Defenses (RILB is the nickel back) Team uniforms edited so home team plays in primary uniform during regular season play (NFC West glitch and divisional matchups limits this feature) Sim code updated for more accurate team results 12 game regular season schedule for all 32 NCAA teams  

    Just like my previous release, I used a vanilla version that @fatcheerleader posted in the past as a base (props to him for his work!) and came up with an updated version. As with my other releases, I offer three different versions for people to enjoy:

    #1 – Vanilla – Hacks Included:
    Disable Alt 3 Uniforms Add 'Hut' Pre-Snap Cadence to 32-Team ROM NFC West Sim Fixes Player 2 Conditions Fix FG avoid kick block fix TE sim fix Change offensive SIM to 'out of 32' sum Prevent schedule from being random Fix Playoff Seeding More NFL like QB rating value TEAM ROSTER instead of 1991 ROSTER after super bowl winner end game Change Touchback To 25-Yard Line Changing KR Speed PR speed change from SS to actual PR player Better INT returns Add stats after quarters QB backpedal animation hack Kickoffs From 8 Yard Line To 3 Deep In Endzone Better COM punt timing PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target Punt coverage boost adjustment  
    #2 –Hardtype – Hacks Included (also includes all the Vanilla version hacks):
     
     
    Ultra Logic Hack More Accurate FG's Decrease Fumbles ips patches Randomize In-Game Music Timing of Snap Exchange b/n C & QB Faster Handoffs, Pitches, Snaps & Player Control COM Goes For FG w/:20 Left in Half/End of Game QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less COM Dive Tackling like SNES TSB I  Changing the differential for popcorning/ dl busting through Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter (Week 4 Juice – Max 02 DEF.SPEED) JStout's Find Open Receiver Hack Push/Pull Hack #3 – Hardtype + P2 As Road Team
    Road team plays as Player 2 during regular season games Details:
    Base Rom: Updated 32-team ROM by @fatcheerleader
    Editors Used: TSBTool 1.3.0.0, TSB Playbook Editor Beta03, General Manager for TSB, Tecmo Super Bowl Manager 2000, Lunar IPS, Translhextion, TSB Play Editor, yy-chr, Tecmo Endzone Editor, Tecmo Hack Setter

    4,392 downloads

    Submitted

  13. TFO Football 2022 Final - BAD & MAD Roms

    PLEASE NOTE: These Roms use the No sprite flicker rom and 15 sprite per scanline hacks. You would need to remove these before burning to cart if you plan to play on an actual NES. See this article for information.
     
    TFO stands for "Tecmo Fantasy Owners". The idea and rom hack are ran by the TFO Commish Roger. The entire project is named "Tecmo Fantasy Owners Football League" or "TFO Football League".
     

    Each team in the TFO Football League has been created by a different person; an Owner of a TFO Team. These owners set the stats, names, colors, logos, and superstar players for their team via an RPG like application they were sent. In essence they have "purchased" their dream teams.
     

    After each owner submitted their team it was hacked into the original Tecmo Super Bowl for the NES. Starting with 2017 we now use 2 roms so we can have more teams play through the season. We use 18 teams per hacked rom, so there are a total of 36 teams for the season.
     

    To make things more interesting instead of releasing the rom right away we documented the full season of TFO Football on our website http://tfofootball.weebly.com. We have created an 17 week schedule with a full Tecmo Super Bowl playoff system in tact. These were all covered in games recorded for YouTube, some with commentary!
     

    The 2022 season (also known as Season X) started Feb 2022 and ended in July 2022. This was our Tenth Season.
     

    So the question now is... Are You Ready For Some 8-bit Football??????

    294 downloads

    Submitted

  14. USFL '87: The Ballad of Brian Bosworth

    A continuation of my hypothetical USFL series. Narrative up soon and in pieces. 
     
    Player placement is based on collegiate territory research, polling, and some hypotheticals. Number re-arrangements for NFL vets based as closely as possible on that player's number in college. Veterans also based on researching preseason NFL transactions and contemporary trade/cut/signing rumors for a little what-if stuff.
     
    This hack uses Buck's "Juice Helper" so it is challenging, though I also modified offensive stats--high pass control, receptions--to keep the frenzied "USFL" feel. 
     
    If you wish to vote on future player placements, follow me on Twitter (@Tombor13). 
     
    I apologize for the delay. 
     
    Enjoy. 
     
    Features:
     
    -7 minute quarters
    -Stats after every quarter
    -Wedge Returns
    -Directional Punting
    -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones 
    -Stat Tweaks
    -Sim Data Tweaks
    -Offensive Formation Tweaks 
    -3 team, 3 Division Structure
    -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams)
    -18 game, locked, custom schedule
    -All Pro: '87 All-NFL Vs. '87 All-USFL (I had to make modifications: if an All-Pro is in the USFL, they were replaced by an all-conference or Pro Bowler) 
     
    Transactions/Roster Edits:
     
    *New Jersey trades rights to Kelvin Martin (NFL), Scott Schwedes (signed), Steve Trapilo (signed), and '87 and '88 Open Draft 1st round picks to Oklahoma for rights to Brian Bosworth (10 years, $15 million). The '87 pick is via Chicago, completing compensation for Keith Byars signing in '86. 
     
    *Pittsburgh trades their 9th round selection  to New Jersey per arbitrator ruling after the Maulers signed Joe Shield.
     
    *Memphis trades rights to Walter Lewis and Dwight Stone to Birmingham for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round picks in the '88 Open Draft; one territorial selection. 
     
    *Oklahoma trades an 11th round Open Draft pick to Memphis for rights to Clyde Duncan per arbitrator ruling.
     
    *Denver trades 16th and 18th round Open Draft picks to Houston for rights to Rick McIvor. Deal completed to avoid arbitration. 
     
    *San Antonio trades James Hadnot (cut in training camp), 5th, 8th, and 12th round picks to Washington for rights to Ethan Horton per arbitrator decision; Washington request for a 2nd round pick denied. 
     
    *Houston trades 4th round open draft pick to Washington for rights to Calvin Daniels per arbitrator decision; Washington request for a 1st round pick denied.
     
    *Denver trades Stan Blinka to Oklahoma for a 6th round Open Draft pick in '88.
     
    *Los Angeles trades Darrell Patillo to Baltimore for a 5th round Open Draft pick in '88. 
     
    *San Antonio trades 13th round '88 Open Draft pick to Los Angeles for rights to Gary Moten. 
     
    Roster Additions:
     
    Arizona
    David Adams*
    Jon Horton
    Danny Lockett
    Dan Saleaumuna*
    Jeff Van Raaphorst
    Darren Willis
     
    Baltimore
    Alvin Blount
    Michael Clemons (2nd round Open Draft)
    Chuck Faucette
    Rich Gannon
     
    Birmingham
    Tommie Agee 
    Howard Ballard*
    Cornelius Bennett
    Lewis Colbert
    Keith McKeller
    Freddie Robinson #10
    Mike Shula*
    Dwight Stone (4th round Open Draft)
     
    Chicago
    John Carney 
    Curtis Duncan 
    Les Miller* (3rd round Open Draft)
    Todd Peat*
    Ray Wallace
    Frank Winters
     
    Denver
    Steve Alvord
    Steve Bartalo*
    Tyrone Braxton
    Jeff Criswell (17th round Open Draft)
    Jon Embree
    Merrill Hoge
    Lakei Heimuli
    Frankie Neal (1st round Open Draft)
    Pete Najarian* (11th round Open Draft)
    Ed Simmons (2nd round Open Draft)
    Al Smith 
    Kevin Willhite (19th round Open Draft)
     
    Houston
    Jerry Ball 
    Ray Berry
    Thomas Everett
    Donald Narcisse 
    Derrick Macadoo
    Matt Stevens (9th round Open Draft)
     
    Jacksonville
    Tracy Ham*
    Kirby Jackson (2nd round Open Draft) 
    Greg Lloyd*
    Ricky Nattiel
    Jesse Tuggle
     
    LA
    Rick Finney (5th round Open Draft)
    Charles Lockett
    Tim McDonald
    Christian Okoye
     
    Memphis
    Tony Burse
    Jimmy Clinkscales
    Enis Jackson*
    Wayne Haddix* (17th round Open Draft)
    Tony Robinson
    Elbert Shelley*
    Daryle Smtih*
    Theo Young*
     
    Michigan
    Doug DuBose (22nd round Open Draft)
     
    New Jersey
    Walter Briggs*
    Brian Bosworth (rights trade w/Oklahoma)
    Cris Carter
    Scott Merserau*
    Ed Rubbert* (8th round Open Draft)
    Tyronne Stowe*
    Harry Swayne
     
    New Orleans
    Milton Barney 
    Joe Caravello
    Mark Carrier
    Willie Fears
    Patrick Scott*
    Ronald Scott
    Henry Thomas
     
    Oakland 
    Toi Cook
    David Diaz-Infante
    Kevin Gogan
    Lorenzo Lynch*
    Hardy Nickerson
    Gene Taylor
     
    Oklahoma
    John Clay (1st round Open Draft via NJ) ('87 Raiders)
    Tim Gordon*
    Andrew Jackson (15th round Open Draft) 
    Robert Mimbs*
    Scott Schwedes (New Jersey rights, Boz trade) 
    Derrick Shepard 
    Steve Trapilo (New Jersey rights, Boz trade)
     
    Pittsburgh
    Tom Brown 
    Cornell Burbage (3rd round Open Draft)
    Mitch Frerotte
    Ray Isom
    Mancia Massimo
    John Settle (2nd round Open Draft)
     
    San Antonio
    Ron Bernstine 
    David Caldwell (rights trade w/Houston, future considerations)
    Sammy Garza 
    Larry Kelm*
    Kevin Murray* (signed post NFL Draft)
    Eugene Seale
     
    Tampa Bay
    Eddie Hunter (10th round Open Draft pick)
    Dan Sileo
    Jeff Zimmerman (rights trade w/Jacksonville, future considerations) 
     
    Washington
    James Brim 
    Robert Clark*
    Kenny Flowers 
    Don Majkowski 
    Mike Junkin 
     
    USFL Transactions Free Agency/Trades/Listing Acquisition
     
    Arizona 
    Kim Bokemper
    Trent Bryant
    Earl Cooper
    John Harris 
    Howard Richards  
     
    Baltimore
    Stefon Adams ('85 territorial pick)
    Tyrone Anthony ('84 territorial pick)
    Marvin Harvey
    David Martin 
    Mike McCloskey (‘83 territorial pick) 
    Darrell Pattillo (trade w/LA for 5th round '88 Open Draft pick)
     
    Birmingham
    John Fourcade
    Walter Lewis (trade w/Memphis for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round '88 Open Draft picks)
    Junior Miller
    Virgil Seay 
    Ken Woodard
     
    Chicago
    Owen Gill ('85 territorial pick)
    Gary Ellerson ('86 territorial pick)
    Mel Jenkins
     
    Denver
    Rick McIvor 
     
    Houston
    Rodney Bellinger 
    George Cumby
    Calvin Daniels
    Marvin Powell
    Al Richardson
    Adam Schriber (‘84 territorial pick) 
    Jason Stauvosky (rights swap w/Oklahoma, future considerations)
     
    Jacksonville
    Charles Alexander #4 ('83 Bengals)
    Bobby Duckworth
    Mike Rozier
    Turk Schonert 
     
    LA
    Keith Browner ('84 territorial pick)
    Steve Busick
    Craig Ellis 
    Paul McDonald #16
    Timmie Ware #19 ('85 territorial pick) 
     
    Memphis
    Jimmy Colquitt
    Allama Matthews
    Calvin Muhammad
    Brad White 
    Van Williams
     
    Michigan
    Doug Marsh
    Eugene Marve
    Rick Massie 
    Joe Morris
    Butch Wolfork
     
    New Jersey 
    Paul Coffman
    Joe Dufek
    Garcia Lane
    Jeff Rohrer
    Mike Siano (‘86 territorial pick) 
     
    New Orleans
    Jerry Gordon 
    Kyle Mackey
     
    Oakland
    Clyde Glover ('84 territorial pick)
    Alvin Hall 
    Earnest Jackson ('83 9th round Open Draft pick)
    Clint Sampson 
    Byron Smith ('84 territorial pick)
    Ted Watts
    Jim Zorn 
     
    Oklahoma 
    Stan Blinka
    Gordon Brown ('86 territorial pick)
    Clyde Duncan
     
    Pittsburgh
    Dennis Fowlkes 
    Ralph Giacomarro 
    Bernard Henry
    Joe Shield 
    Larry Station (rights trade w/Chicago, future considerations)
     
    San Antonio
    Paul Allegre 
    Keith Baldwin
    Pat Franklin (‘86 territorial pick)
    Ethan Horton
    Lam Jones
    Gary Moten 
    James Noble ('86 territorial pick) 
    Buzz Sawyer ('85 territorial pick)
     
    Tampa Bay
    Greg Allen ('85 territorial pick)
    Chip Banks 
    Harvey Clayton ('83 territorial pick) 
    Jackie Flowers
    Kevin Ingram
    Florian Kempf 
    Dexter Manley
    Jim Miller
    Bob Niziolinek
    Joel Williams 
     
    Washington
    Charles Bowser
    Lynn Dickey
    Jeff Hayes
    Dan Banish (‘83 territorial pick) 
    Reggie Pleasant ('85 territorial pick)

     
    *USFL '88 or future hack
     
     

    246 downloads

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  15. Tecmo Super Bowl: 2022 NCAA D.1 Edition

    The classic NES sports title, updated with 32 NCAA Division One teams from the 2021-22 season! Enjoy this version with the following features:
    Includes the Top 32 NCAA Division One team from CBS Sports Rankings before the bowl games Playbooks Edited – Plays Moved to Different Slots, Edited Running Plays, Removed ‘bad’ plays Over 35 Hacks Added to Hardtype Versions (26 hacks in Vanilla version) Defensive players are setup for either 3-4, 4-3 Or Nickel Defenses (RILB is the nickel back) Team Uniforms edited so home team plays in primary uniform during regular season play (NFC West Glitch and Divisional Matchups Limits This Feature) Sim Code updated for more accurate team results  

    I couldn't help but notice there wasn't an updated NCAA game released last year so I went to work to cook one up. I used a vanilla version that @fatcheerleader posted in the past as a base (props to him for his work!) and came up with an updated version. As with my other releases, I offer three different versions for people to enjoy:

    #1 – Vanilla – Hacks Included:
    Disable Alt 3 Uniforms Add 'Hut' Pre-Snap Cadence to 32-Team ROM Player 2 Conditions Fix Change Touchback To 25-Yard Line FG avoid kick block fix NFC West Sim Fixes TE sim fix Change offensive SIM to 'out of 32' sum Prevent schedule from being random Changing KR Speed PR speed change from SS to actual PR player COM Goes For FG w/:20 Left in Half/End of Game Kickoffs From 8 Yard Line To 3 Deep In Endzone Better INT returns Add stats after quarters Better COM punt timing PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target XP Block ROLB More NFL like QB rating value QB backpedal animation hack Touchbacks on Kickoff Ultra Logic (IPS Patch) More Accurate FG's (IPS Patch) Decrease Fumbles by 30% (IPS Patch) 65 Yard Max Length on FG's 65 Yard Max Punt Length  
    #2 –Hardtype – Hacks Included (also includes all the Vanilla version hacks):
     
    Timing of Snap Exchange b/n C & QB Faster Handoffs, Pitches, Snaps & Player Control QB/PR ball control Changing the differential for popcorning/ dl busting through Diving time based on HP QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less COM Dive Tackling like SNES TSB I Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter (Week 4 Juice – Max 02 DEF.SPEED) Find open receiver Push/Pull Hack #3 – Hardtype + P2 As Road Team
    Road team plays as Player 2 during regular season games Details:
    Base Rom: Updated 32-team ROM by @fatcheerleader
    Editors Used: TSBTool 1.3.0.0, TSB Playbook Editor Beta03, General Manager for TSB, Tecmo Super Bowl Manager 2000, Lunar IPS, Translhextion, TSB Play Editor, yy-chr, Tecmo Endzone Editor, Tecmo Hack Setter

    1,811 downloads

    Submitted

  16. USFL '86: Shadow Market

    A continuation of my hypothetical USFL series. Narrative up soon. 
     
    Features:
     
    -7 minute quarters
    -Stats after every quarter
    -Wedge Returns
    -Directional Punting
    -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones 
    -Stat Tweaks
    -Sim Data Tweaks
    -Offensive Formation Tweaks 
    -3 team, 3 Division Structure
    -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams)
    -18 game, locked, custom schedule
    -All Pro: '86 All-NFL Vs. '86 All-USFL (I had to make modifications: Dennis Gentry, Bobby Joe Edmonds, and Tim McGee all made ALL-NFL as Special Teams Players; some other modifications based on ALL-AFC or ALL-NFC) 
     
    Player allocation was based on a mix of the 1986 territorial and Open Drafts, narrative flourishes, and '85 NFL final cuts. In terms of NFL player cuts: I placed players based on their USFL draft status or regional proximity of their college or through research. 
     
    '86 territorial rights/Open Draft
     
    Arizona
     
    Phil Freeman
    Greg Baty (rights trade w/Oakland)
    Paul Godbey*
    Max Zandejas 
     
    Baltimore
     
    Rich Badanjack 
    Todd Bowles 
    Tim Cofield 
    Stan Gelbaugh 
    J.D. Maarveld
    John Taylor 
     
    Birmingham
     
     
    Jesse Bendross (‘84 territorial pick) 
    Carl Byrum
    Harold Hallman
    Willie Totten 
     
    Chicago
     
    Cap Boso 
    Keith Byars
    Jim Everett
    Bobby Howard
    Devon Mitchell*
     
    Denver
     
    Mike Busch  
    Rick Donnelly
    Dwayne Jiles 
    Glen Kozlowski 
    Vai Sikahema
    Eric Yarber
     
    Houston
     
    Floyd Dixon 
    Rory Graves (rights acquired in Weddington "liquidation" trade w/New Jersey) 
    Brett Maxie*
    John Teltshick
    Reyna Thompson
     
    Jacksonville
     
    Eddie Anderson*
    Kent Austin (rights trade w/Birmingham, future considerations)
    Ray Criswell
    Alonzo Johnson (rights trade w/Tampa Bay for Alonzo Mitz)
    Pat Swilling ('86 or '87 Saints)
     
    LA
     
    Joe Cormier
    John Lee
    Erik Howard (completes '85 trade w/Oakland for rights to Damon Allen)
    Robert Jenkins*
    Allen Pitts
    James Pruitt
     
    Memphis
     
    Tony Baker
    Brian Blankenship ('86 open draft pick)
    Ravin Caldwell
    Don Griffin*
    Enis Jackson*
    Tim Harris
     
    Michigan
     
    Brad Cochran
    John Offerdahl
    Butch Rolle
    John Wojciechowski 
     
    New Jersey
     
    Gill Fenerty (3rd round open draft selection, pick acquired in Sam Bowers trade)
    Tim Green
    Mark Jackson (2nd round open draft pick)
    John Tagliaferri
     
    New Orleans
     
    Willie Gillus (15th round open draft pick)
    Dalton Hilliard
    Tank Landry
    Ronald Scott*
    Jackie Walker 
     
    Oakland
     
    Joe Kelly
    Rueben Mayes
    Junior Tautalatasi
     
    Oklahoma
     
    Tony Casillas
    Charles Crawford
    Rusty Hilger
    Kevin Murphy
    Willie Pless
     
    Pittsburgh
     
    Chuck Banks
    Doug Marrone (4th round open draft pick) 
    Mike Zordich* 
     
    San Antonio
     
    Domingo Bryant
    Matt Darwin 
    Seth Joyner
    Larry Linne*
    Walter Murray (2nd round Open Draft)
    Anthony Toney
     
    Tampa Bay
     
    Jamie Dukes*
    Joe Dudek 
    Hassan Jones
    Alonzo Mitz (Jacksonville territorial pick, signed after cut)
    Orson Mobely
    Ricky Moore (rights acquired in trade w/Birmingham)
    Jesse Solomon
     
    Washington
     
    Dino Hackett 
    Mike Haight (1st round Open Draft)
    Napoleon McCallum (rights acquired in trade w/Baltimore for Curtis Bledsoe)
    Henry Walls*
     
    *Will appear in future USFL Hack 
     
    Transactions
     
    Arizona
     
    Andre Francis (‘83 territorial pick) 
    Al Harris ('84 Bears)
    Jim Kovach ('83 or '84 Saints)
    Odis McKinney (‘81 Raiders)
    Art Still ('86 Chiefs)
    Eric Truvillion ('87 Lions)
     
    Baltimore
     
    Curtis Bledsoe (trade w/Washington for  rights to Mark Kelso and Napoleon McCallum)
    James Burroughs
    Clarence Collins 
    Dave Dreschler ('83 territorial pick)
    Major Everett 
    Cornell Gowdy 
     
    Birmingham
     
    Robert Brazile 
    Jeremiah Castille ('83 territorial pick)
    Bob Harris (‘83 territorial pick) 
    Mike Landrum ('84 Falcons)
    Malcolm Scott ('83 Giants or '87 Saints)
     
    Chicago
     
    Tron Armstrong ('84 3rd round open draft selection) 
    Todd Bell
    Tom Cousineau 
    Ted Petersen
    Gerald Small 
    Bob Thomas 
     
    Denver
     
    Hasson Arbubakrr
    Wendell Cason ('85 22nd round open draft pick via Jacksonville, acquired in Hemphill/Turner trade)
    Chris Kołodziejski (‘84 territorial pick) 
    Larry Mason (trade w/Jacksonville for Daryl Hemphill, Calvin Turner, incul. cash, draft picks)
    Todd Shell 
    Byron Williams
     
    Houston 
     
    Danny Knight
    Bobby Micho ('84 territorial pick)
    Allen Rice ('84 territorial pick)
    Jimmy Teal ('85 territorial pick)
    Mike Weddington (trade w/New Jersey for Kiki DeAyala, Ricky Sanders, and Hosea Taylor)
    Mike Whitwell
     
    Jacksonville
     
    Carl Aikens (part of Evans trade)
    Vince Evans (trade w/Chicago for '88 and '89 1st round open draft picks and Carl Aikens)
    Daryl Hemphill (trade w/Denver for Larry Mason, 2nd and 14th open round picks)
    Ken Jenkins ('85 Skins, check '82 Lions)
    Frank Middleton ('83 territorial pick by Tampa Bay, rights acquired in trade)
    Mike Pruitt
    Larry Swider
    Calvin Turner (part of Hemphill trade)
     
    LA
     
    Mark Bortz ('83 6th round open draft pick)
    Michael Harper ('84 territorial pick)
    John Hendy ('85 territorial pick)
    Bernard Quarles ('83 22nd round open draft pick)
    Kelly Thomas (‘83 territorial pick)
     
    Memphis
     
    Sam Bowers (trade w/New Jersey for '86 3rd round open pick (Gill Fenerty), '87 5th round open pick)
    Earnest Gray 
    Eddie Hill 
    Gary Hogeboom 
     
    Michigan
     
    Ross Browner 
    Bill Elko (rights acquired in trade w/Tampa Bay)
    Ron Springs
    Lawrence Ricks ('83 Territorial pick)
     
    New Jersey
     
    Kiki DeAyala
    Chas Fox ('85 6th round open draft pick)
    Russell Erxleben 
    Kris Haines
    Beasley Reece 
    Tommy Robison
    Jay Saldi
    Ricky Sanders 
    Hosea Taylor (trade w/Houston for Mike Weddington, Danny Knight, rights to Rory Graves, and '87 territorial pick)
    Richard Todd
    Reggie Wilkes
     
    New Orleans
     
    Perry Brooks
    Hokie Gajan 
    Gary Kowalski 
    Todd Leibenstein
    Herkie Walls 
     
    Oakland
     
    Cliff Benson ('85 1st round open draft pick)
    Greg Braclin
    Henry Ellard
    Neil Elshire 
    Emilie Harry ('85 territorial pick) 
    Jackie Flowers 
    Mike Lush (trade w/Baltimore for 2nd and 3rd round open draft picks '87)
    Mike Moroski 
    Vince Newsome 
    Dwaine Wilson
     
    Oklahoma
     
    Theotis Brown
    Duane Galloway 
    Louis Oubre 
    Stump Mitchell 
    Drew Pearson
    Willie Tullis 
    Uwe Von Schumann
     
    Pittsburgh
     
    Less Browne 
    Julius Dawkins
    Scott Fitzkee
    Guy Fraizer
    Tom Orosz 
    Don Smith
    Leo Wisniewski
    Dirt Winston
     
    San Antonio
     
    Greg Bingham
    Bruce Davis ('85 territorial pick)
    Doug Dawson ('84 territorial pick)
    George Farmer
    Paul Johns
    Ronnie Paggett (trade w/Birmingham for 9th and 14th round '87 open picks)
     
    Tampa Bay
     
    Ray Alexander
    Warren Bryant 
    Alphonso Carraker ("trade" w/Green Bay for Mike Butler) 
    Putt Choate
    Speedy Neal
    Marcus Quinn (trade w/Oakland)
     
    Washington
     
    K.D. Dunn ('85 territorial pick)
    Kelvin Edwards*
    Bubba Green 
    Homer Jordan ('83 territorial pick)
    Mark Kelso ('85 6th round open pick by Baltimore, rights trade as part of Bledsoe deal)
    William Perry ('85 territorial pick)
    R.C. Thielemann 
    Tommy Vigorito 

    310 downloads

    Updated

  17. TFO Football 2021 Final - BAD & MAD Roms

    PLEASE NOTE: These Roms use the No sprite flicker rom and 15 sprite per scanline hacks. You would need to remove these before burning to cart if you plan to play on an actual NES. See this article for information.
     

    Each team in the TFO Football League has been created by a different person; an Owner of a TFO Team. These owners set the stats, names, colors, logos, and superstar players for their team via an RPG like application they were sent. In essence they have "purchased" their dream teams.
     

    After each owner submitted their team it was hacked into the original Tecmo Super Bowl for the NES. Starting with 2017 we now use 2 roms so we can have more teams play through the season. We use 18 teams per hacked rom, so there are a total of 36 teams for the season.
     

    To make things more interesting instead of releasing the rom right away we documented the full season of TFO Football on our website http://tfofootball.weebly.com. We have created an 17 week schedule with a full Tecmo Super Bowl playoff system in tact. These were all covered in games recorded for YouTube, some with commentary!
     

    The 2021 season (also known as Season 9) started Feb 2021 and ended in July 2021. This was our Ninth Season.
     

    So the question now is... Are You Ready For Some 8-bit Football??????

    314 downloads

    Updated

  18. MLB TEAMS IN TECMO

    TRY IT OUT
     
    ALL MLB TEAMS IN TEMCMO
    MLB TEAMS IN TEMO SUPER BOWL.nes

    173 downloads

    Submitted

  19. AAF NEW TECMO SEASON 2021 WITH ORIGINAL TECMO ROSTERS WITH A TWIST

    WANTED UR OWN LEAUGE WELL THIS IS IT WELCOME TO THE AAF
     
    HOPE YALL ENJOY
    AAF Super Bowl (U).nes

    232 downloads

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  20. USFL '85: Nasty War

    'USFL '85: Nasty War 
     
    A continuation of my USFL Project, this is a "hypothetical" season that features all 18 clubs from '84, with some modifications to rosters. 
    Features:
     
    -7 minute quarters
    -Stats after every quarter
    -Wedge Returns
    -Directional Punting
    -Formation Experimentations
    -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones (watching USFL games I came to admire how bad the end zones often looked)
    -Stat Tweaks
    -Sim Data Tweaks
    -Offensive Formation Tweaks 
    -3 team, 3 Division Structure
    -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams)
    -18 game, locked, '85 schedule
    -All Pro: '85 All-NFL Vs. '85 All-USFL in Vanilla (Gerald Riggs replaces Eric Dickerson on NFL All-Pros)
     
    Notes: 
    -As the four clubs that folded/merged are returning, '85 territorial lists returned to their general '84 designations, and new players were redistributed. The imagined '85 rosters of the Blitz, Maulers, Outlaws, and Panthers generally resemble their '84 assemblies, though I did take liberties and retained players. This meant the surviving clubs had to be reworked. I tried to keep these "realistic" by filling gaps with actual territorial selections or by doing research into near-miss signings. Dickerson, for instance, did consider an offer from the Wranglers in '83 and used the league as leverage for negotiations in '85. 
     
    -These rosters are continued from my reimagined '84 roster. If you want accuracy, an NFL and USFL '85 hack by Buck on TBorg has real-life rosters and some cool graphics. 
    The schedule is an adaptation of the original '84--I flipped interdivisional and conference hosts, but they are the same "pattern"; I did shuffle the weeks around to avoid the same schedule. If I can get to an '86, maybe I can make one that swaps inter-conference and inter-divisional matchups.
     
    Territorial and Open Draft Picks
    *Year denotes their territorial selection; unmarked players were territorial or Open Draft selections in ‘85 unless noted. 
    Arizona
    Ron Brown ('84)
    Randall Cunningham
    Rickey Hunley ('84)
    Vernon Maxwell ('83)
    Rick Mallory ('84)
    Pete Mandley (‘84)
    Rich Moran 
    Vance Johnson 
    Lionel Vital 
     
    Baltimore
    Troy Benson ('85 Maulers territorial pick, traded for Mike Johnson, imagined)
     
    Birmingham
    Al Del Greco
    Kevin Greene 
    Paul Ott Carruth 
    Emmanuel King 
    Freddie Joe Nunn 
    Jerry Rice
     
    Chicago 
    Carl Aikens ('84)
    Dwight Beverly ('84)
    Bobby Bell Jr. ('84)
    Mitchell Brookins ('84)
    Mike Burgereau (‘84)
    Jeff Dellenbach
    Babe Laufenberg ('83)
    Alex Moyer
    Ken Stills
    Stacey Toran ('84)
    Al Toon 
    Dan Turk 
     
     
    Denver 
    Joe Walter
    Rich Miano
     
    Jacksonville
    Frank Bush
    Damian Johnson*
    Robert Lavette
    A.V. Richards*
    Gary Wilkins
     
    Houston 
    Ray Childress
    Jeff Fuller (‘84)
    Raphel Cherry
     
    Los Angeles 
    Duane Bickett
     
    Memphis
    Tiger Greene
    Herman Hunter 
    Fuad Reviz 
    Chris Scott ('84)
    Gizmo Williams 
    Carl Zander 
     
    Michigan
    Carl Banks ('84)
    Mike Green ('83)
    Ali Haji-Sheikh (‘83) 
    Paul Skansi ('83)
    Steve Smith ('84)
    Daryl Turner ('84)
    Lonnie Young 
     
    New Jersey
    Steve DeOssie
    Lionel Emmanuel ('84 LA territorial pick, imagined trade w/LA)
    Herman Fontenot 
    Doug Flutie
    Eugene Robinson 
     
    New Orleans
    Bud Brown 
    Dino Hall
    Calvin Magee*
    Eric Martin
    Lance Smith
    Elton Veals ('84)
     
    Oakland 
    Damon Allen (imagined rights trade w/LA)
    Bo Eason ('84)
    Damone Johnson
    Reggie Langhorne 
    Tom Neville
    Ron Rivera (‘84)
    Tom Toth 
    Dokie Williams (‘83)
     
    Oklahoma
    Tom Benson ('84)
    Scott Case ('84)
    John Goode ('84)
    Jamie Harris
    Rodney Harding 
    Shawn Jones 
    Kevin Murphy
    Terry Orr (imagined rights trade w/San Antonio)
     
    Pittsburgh
    Dwight Collins ('84)
    Chris Doleman 
    Willie Drewery 
    Tom Flynn ('84)
    Bill Fralic
    John Frank ('84)
    Mike Johnson ('84 territorial pick, signed w/Baltimore, imagined trade w/Baltimore for rights to Troy Benson)
    Tony Paige ('84)
    Doug Strang 
    Ron Wolfley 
     
    San Antonio
    Danny Bradley (imagined rights trade w/Oklahoma for Terry Orr, though an actual territorial selection in ‘85)
    Alan Veingrad
     
    Tampa Bay 
    Eddie Brown 
    Steve Calabria (NJ territorial pick, imagined traded to Bandits though Jim Bassett claimed to sign him in '85)
     
    Washington
    George Adams
    Louis Cooper
    Mike Golic
    Willie Joyner ('84)
    Lester Lyles 
    Bob Olderman
    Andre Reed 
    Chris Washington ('84)
     
    Free Agency/Veteran Transactions/Returning from ‘84 What-If Hack
     
    Arizona
    Eric Dickerson
    Ronnie Lott (1-year deal offered during hold-out)
     
    Chicago
    Irving Fryar
    Walter Payton
     
    Denver
    John Grimsley
    Prince McJunkins
     
    Houston
    Billy Sims
     
    Jacksonville
    Deron Cherry (imagined)
    Brian Sipe (trade w/New Jersey for draft pick)
     
    LA
    Reggie Brown (played '83, appeared in one game in '84, stays w/LA for '85, imagined)
     
    Michigan
    Anthony Allen (trade w/LA before club folded) 
     
    New Jersey
    Mark May (imagined but offered)
    Randy White (imagined but offered)
     
    New Orleans
    EJ Junior
    Johnny Meads
    Alan Risher (trade w/Arizona, imagined)
     
    Oklahoma
    Greg Kragen
    Darrol Ray (nearly signed for '85 back in '83)
    J.C. Watts (expressed interest, rights held by NJ)
     
    Pittsburgh
    Jeff Hostetler (offered in '84)
    Russ Grimm (offered in '84)
     
    San Antonio
    Earl Campbell (offered in '83)
     
    Tampa Bay
    Cris Collinsworth (signed to start playing in '85)
    Wilber Marshall
     
    Washington
    Boomer Esaison 
     
    *Will appear in a future USFL Hack
     

    375 downloads

    Updated

  21. USFL '84: Kings of Spring

    USFL '84: Kings of Spring
     
    Features:
     
    -7 minute quarters
    -Stats after every quarter
    -Wedge Returns
    -Directional Punting
    -Run and Shoot formation for Houston
    -What If Players
    -'84 Rosters as close as possible (there were a lot of midseason trades, so I tried to place players on rosters where they made more appearances)
    -New Orleans Breakers
    -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones (watching USFL games I came to admire how bad the end zones often looked)
    -Stat Tweaks
    -3 team, 3 Division Structure
    -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams)
    -18 game, locked, '84 schedule
    -All Pro: '84 All-NFL Vs. '84 All-USFL in Vanilla (slightly modified in What If--All-AFC Freeman McNeil replaces Payton)
     
    Built off the legendary USFL-WLAF hack by jstout and Denny, this rom features the '84 USFL teams, schedule, and rosters, along with a few wrinkles.
     
    This rom was tricky as I am still new to this. I looked to TheRaja's TFO rom for some structure. Clubs are split into three, 3-team divisions. The schedule is '84's, so clubs still have the same division matchups. I tried to order games as close as possible to their original times and distributions, as USFL clubs played Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday every week. This still got a little murky in the middle, but all schedules are as accurate as possible.
     
    This rom maintains TSB's playoff structure as well--six get in from each conference as opposed to the original 4, but, honestly, I wondered why the league didn't go with 6 just from a marketing standpoint. You got a new league with new teams, why not show them all off, a la the NHL? Once I get better at this stuff, I will edit down to a 4 team playoff.
     
    Jstout's and Denny's hack was invaluable--they did the art and logos. I did make some light edits to the helmets and logos--several clubs had "triple stripe" helmets, so I shifted them to the "40" code designation, with the exception of the Maulers, whose logo is placed in the Rams making that too difficult. I changed the Feds' big helmet to reflect the switch to silver in '84 and I edited the Blitz's and Star's logos just a little bit. I also took a crack at the midfield and end zone graphics. 
     
    Special thanks to USFLFan (@VUSFL2018 on Twitter) for providing invaluable knowledge on the what-if roster changes. Reading about some of the league's near-miss signings inspired me to take this on; @VUSFL2018's Virtual USFL project provided a great guide and framework. 
     
    There are two versions of this rom:
     
    Vanilla--the more I experimented with rosters, the more I realized I needed some balance. Vanilla has more accurate rosters. 
     
    What If Edit--this is the counterfactual version, a little harder (not super juiced, but all clubs start 2-0 in terms of difficulty). This includes the "What If" Rosters.
     
    Note non-TSB players: as this is an edit, and if you are playing TSB for the first time, this rom lacks the 2-point conversion implemented in USFL. Also, no touchbacks on kick-offs.
     
    The Read Me includes a partial narrative and explains roster placements. 

    973 downloads

    Updated

  22. TFO Football 2020 Final - BAD & MAD Roms

    TFO stands for "Tecmo Fantasy Owners". The idea and rom hack are ran by the TFO Commish Roger. The entire project is named "Tecmo Fantasy Owners Football League" or "TFO Football League".
     

    Each team in the TFO Football League has been created by a different person; an Owner of a TFO Team. These owners set the stats, names, colors, logos, and superstar players for their team via an RPG like application they were sent. In essence they have "purchased" their dream teams.
     

    After each owner submitted their team it was hacked into the original Tecmo Super Bowl for the NES. Starting with 2017 we now use 2 roms so we can have more teams play through the season. We use 18 teams per hacked rom, so there are a total of 36 teams for the season.
     

    To make things more interesting instead of releasing the rom right away we documented the full season of TFO Football on our website http://tfofootball.weebly.com. We have created an 17 week schedule with a full Tecmo Super Bowl playoff system in tact. These were all covered in games recorded for YouTube, some with commentary!
     

    The 2020 season (also known as Season 8) started Feb 2020 and ended in Nov 2020. This was our Eighth Season.
     

    So the question now is... Are You Ready For Some 8-bit Football??????

    215 downloads

    Submitted

  23. TFO Football 2019 Final - BAD & MAD Roms

    TFO stands for "Tecmo Fantasy Owners". The idea and rom hack are ran by the TFO Commish Roger. The entire project is named "Tecmo Fantasy Owners Football League" or "TFO Football League".
     

    Each team in the TFO Football League has been created by a different person; an Owner of a TFO Team. These owners set the stats, names, colors, logos, and superstar players for their team via an RPG like application they were sent. In essence they have "purchased" their dream teams.
     

    After each owner submitted their team it was hacked into the original Tecmo Super Bowl for the NES. Starting with 2017 we now use 2 roms so we can have more teams play through the season. We use 18 teams per hacked rom, so there are a total of 36 teams for the season.
     

    To make things more interesting instead of releasing the rom right away we documented the full season of TFO Football on our website http://tfofootball.weebly.com. We have created an 17 week schedule with a full Tecmo Super Bowl playoff system in tact. These were all covered in games recorded for YouTube, some with commentary!
     

    The 2019 season (also known as Season 7) started Feb 2019 and ended in Aug 2019. This was our Seventh Season.
     

    So the question now is... Are You Ready For Some 8-bit Football??????

    434 downloads

    Submitted

  24. Hollywood Tecmo Bowl II - The Sequel

    Hollywood Tecmo Bowl II - The Sequel (Version 1.0)
     
    Play as Some of the Most Iconic Names in Sports Movie/TV History! (Shane Falco, Willie Beamen, Earl Megget, Bobby Boucher, Johnathan Moxon, Gary Bertier, Paul Crewe, Icebox, Thad Castle, Boobie Miles, Steve Lattimer, The Ogre, Charlie Tweeder, and more.)
     
    New Changes:
    A complete overhaul including: Tons of graphical changes, new hacks, player & team ratings, new players, playbooks, schedules, plays, formations, etc...
     
    - I’ve created greater disparity between teams to ramp up the difficulty in winning. A true test of your Tecmo skills. Test your abilities by playing with a Pop Warner team vs the some of the greatest teams in Movie/TV Histoy such as the Miami Sharks or Washington Sentinels.
     
    - Included 2 versions: 
    - Original Uniforms
    - Alternate Uniforms
     
    -Added Rivalry Week (Week 17)
    Featured Matchups:
    Louisiana Cougars @ SCLSU Mud Dogs
    Permian Panthers @ Dallas Carter Cowboys
    The Guards @ The Mean Machine
    Miami Sharks @ Dallas Knights
     
    New to The Unbeatables Roster:
    Clark Kent, Johnny Utah, David Dunn, Gale Sayers, Ernie Davis, Forrest Gump, Dreamer Tatum, Rod Tidwell, Al Bundy, Ray Finkle, Eric Olcyzk, Vontae Mack, Spike, Michael Oher
     
    - Can you beat The Unbeatables?!!
    - Test your skills and try to lead the Adams Atoms, Texas State Armadillos, SCLSU Muddogs, Bayside Tigers or Little Giants all the way to a Hollywood Championship!
    - Play against rivals such as: Dallas Carter vs Permian, The Guards vs The Mean Machine, The Muddogs vs The UL Cougars, Miami Sharks vs Dallas Knights
    - Who's better?
               - Miami Sharks or Washington Sentinels?
               - Beamen or Falco?
               - Boobie or Megget?
               - Which Friday Night Lights team is better? Permian Panthers or Dillon Panthers?
               - Jonathan Moxon or Lance Harbor?
    - Can you break the single season sack record with a Waterboy?
    - Can you redeem the Permian Panther's loss in the iconic 1988 Texas State Semi-Final matchup to the Dallas Carter Cowboys?
    - Who's worse?
               - Lucas or The Bermanator?
     
    Answer all these questions and more!!
     
    *32 -Teams*    
    2 Conferences / 8 Divisions (Golden Globe Conference and Academy Award Conference)
     
    AAC East Division
    Dallas Carter Cowboys (Friday Night Lights: Movie)
    Miami Bucks (Semi-Tough)
    Washington Sentinels (The Replacements)
    Taft High Rockets (The Best of Times)
     
    AAC North Division
    Minden Browns (The Longshots)
    The Unbeatables (All-Star Team made up of the best players in TV/Movie History)
    Ampipe High Bulldogs (All the Right Moves)
    Eastern State Timberwolves (The Program)
     
    AAC South Division
    Allenville Penitentiary Guards (The Longest Yard)
    Univ. of Louisiana Cougars (The Waterboy)
    Kilpatrick Mustangs (Gridiron Gang)
    Shiloh Christian Academy Eagles (Facing the Giants)
     
    AAC West Division
    Blue Mountain State Goats (Blue Mountain State)
    Adams College Atoms (Revenge of the Nerds)
    North Dallas Bulls (North Dallas Forty)
    Dillon Panthers (Friday Night Lights: TV Show)
     
    GGC East Division
    South Central Louisiana State Muddogs (The Waterboy)
    The Little Giants (Little Giants)
    Texas State Armadillos (Necessary Roughness)
    Ridgemont Wolves (Fast Times at Ridgemont High)
     
    GGC North Division
    Miami Sharks (Any Given Sunday)
    Bayside Tigers (Saved by the Bell)
    Marshall Thundering Herd (We Are Marshall)
    Minnesota State Screaming Eagles (COACH: TV Show)
     
    GGC South Division
    East Mississippi Community College Lions (Last Chance U: TV Show)
    Permian Panthers (Friday Night Lights: Movie)
    The Mean Machine (The Longest Yard)
    Central High Wildcats (Wildcats)
     
    GGC West Division
    TC Williams Titans (Remember the Titans)
    Dallas Knights (Any Given Sunday)
    West Canaan Coyotes (Varsity Blues)
    Park High Pirates (Lucas)
     
    Also, the Permian Panthers, Dallas Carter Cowboys, Marshall Thundering Herd, EMCC Lions and the TC Williams Titans all feature the REAL players from their REAL team rosters!
     
    * Special thanks to Tecmonster for help with playbooks and formations*

    1,128 downloads

    Updated

  25. Coach Mac's NCAA 2019

    Coach Mac's NCAA 2019
    Tecmo Rose Bowl
     
    THE BEST COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME YOU WILL PLAY!
    Offering all the excitement, tradition, and intense rivalry of College Football
     
    Just in time for the Army/Navy Game
    Christmas, New Years, and the Bowl Games!
     
    25 Teams from the Final 2019 College Football Playoff Poll plus Texas, Air Force, and Army.
    My roms will always include all 3 service acadamies.
    Air Force, Army, and Navy all run the WISHBONE
     
    Rosters 100% Complete including numbers and skin skin color.
    840 Pixelated Athletes.  
    Best name Joey Magnifico TE of the Memphis Tigers
     
    9 Game Regular Season (Max Juice)
    8 Teams make 4 Bowl games followed by 2 Semi-Final Bowls, and finally The Tecmo Bowl
     
    Semi-aligned Conferences.
     
    All Splash Screens and Helmets updated.
    No uniform conflicts
    Basic NCAA Logo at Midfield
    End Zones are painted gary but have no writing.
     
    Each Team based on an Original TSB team
    Minor Tweaks mostly to QB's and RB's
    Appropriate Offenses and Sim Data
    Check out the screenshots from the first simmed season.
    Amazingly accurate!
     
    Schedule shows accurate dates.
    Clemson vs Alabama rematch of 2018 Championship is the opening game.
    Intersectional Games LSU vs Texas and Auburn vs Oregon included on appropriate date.
    All Rivalry games included, most on appropriate date.
    All 6 Conference Championship games included on appropriate date (12/7/2019)
    Army vs Navy last game of the season on appropriate date (12/14/2019)
     
    #1 LSU (SF)
    #2 Ohio State (NYG)
    #3 Clemson (BUF)
    #4 Oklahoma (HOU)
    #5 Georgia (RAI)
    #6 Oregon (MIA)
    #7 Baylor (KC)
    #8 Wisconsin (DET)
    #9 Florida (RAM)
    #10 Penn State (CIN)
    #11 Utah (MIN)
    #12 Auburn (CHI)
    #13 Alabama (SD)
    #14 Michigan (TB)
    #15 Notre Dame (WAS)
    #16 Iowa (DEN)
    #17 Memphis (NYJ)
    #18 Minnesota (DAL)
    #19 Boise State (ATL)
    #20 Appalachain State (CLE)
    #21 Cincinnati (GB)
    #22 USC (NO)
    #23 Navy (PHI) (Special Wishbone Offense)
    #24 Virginia (SEA)
    #25 Oklahoma State (IND)
    NR Texas (NE)
    NR Air Force (PHX) (Special Wishbone Offense)
    NR Army (PIT) (Special Wishbone Offense)
     

    1,496 downloads

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