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  1. Version 5.0.0

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    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)
  2. View File 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) Submitter CoachMac Submitted 12/13/2019 Category Misc ROMs  
  3. Version 4 includes: installation of the Wishbone Offense for Texas 70, 71, 71, Oklahoma 71, 72, Alabama 71, 72, Purdue 72, and UCLA 72 corrected uniform conflicts finished helmets
  4. I finally figured out how to use TLP, well at least a little bit. So, I was able to make some major upgrades to the small and large helmets in Version 3 of these roms.
  5. Yes sir! This will make them disappear. Set 0x23BC6 to 0x23C51 to all zeros (small helmets) More details and cool stuff in this thread.
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View File NCAA1970, NCAA 1971, and NCAA 1972 28 NCAA Teams with End of Season Rank in AP Poll Rosters 100% Complete 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 Plain Grass Field (No Midfield or End Zone logo/colors) No Overtime Each Season has the Top 20 plus Army, Navy, Air Force, and 5 additional teams (see text document) Each Team based on an Original TSB team (see text document) Consensus All-Americans appropriately ranked Appropriate Sim Data 1970 Army (worst) 1-9-1 lost to Navy 7-11 Navy (worst) 2-9 beat Army 11-7 lost to Air Force 3-26 #2 Notre Dame (HOU)10-1 coached by Ara Parseghian beat Texas in Cotton Bowl 24-11 #18 Penn State (WSH) 7-3 coached by Joe Paterno #14 Dartmouth (NYJ) 9-0 Ivy League Champions #9 Michigan 9-1 (RAI) coached by Bo Schembechler lost to Ohio State 9-20 #5 Ohio State 9-1 (PHI) coached by Woody Hayes Big Ten Champions lost to Stanford in Rose Bowl 17-27 #12 Toledo 12-0 (TB) MAC Champions beat William and Mary in tangerine Bowl 40-12 Northwestern 6-4 (IND) #15 USC 6-4-1 (SD) coached by John McKay Washington 6-4 (GB) #8 Stanford 9-3 (MIA) Pacific 8 Champions beat Ohio State 27-17 in Rose Bowl #6 Arizona State 11-0 (BUF) coached by Frank Kush WAC Champions beat North Carolina 48-26 in Peach Bowl #17 Air Force 9-3 (DEN) lost to Tennessee in Sugar Bowl 13-34 beat Navy 26-3 Georgia 5-5 (PIT) coached by Vince Dooley #13 Georgia Tech (MIN) 9-3 coached by Bud Carson beat Texas Tech 17-9 in Sun Bowl #4 Tennessee 11-1 (KC) coached by Bill Battle beat Air Force 34-13 in Sugar Bowl #10 Auburn 9-2 (RAM) coached by Shug Jordan beat Ole Miss in Gator Bowl 35-28 Alabama 6-5-1 (NO) coached by Bear Bryant tied Oklahoma 24-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl #11 Arkansas 9-2 (CIN) coached by Frank Broyles #17 Tulane 8-4 (ATL) beat Colorado 17-3 in Liberty Bowl #7 LSU 9-3 (CHI) coached by Charlie McClendon SEC Champions lost in Orange Bowl to Nebraska 12-17 #20 Ole Miss 7-4 (CLE) coached by John Vaught lost to Auburn in Gator Bowl 28-35 #19 Houston 8-3 (DAL) #20 Oklahoma 7-4-1 (DET) coached by Chuck Fairbanks tied Oklahoma 24-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl Colorado 6-5 (PHX) lost to Tulane 3-17 in Liberty Bowl #3 Texas 10-1 (NYG) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions lost to Notre Dame in Cotton Bowl 11-24 #1 Nebraska 11-0-1 (SF) coached by Bob Devaney Big 8 Champions beat LSU 17-12 in Orange Bowl 1970 Consensus All-Americans Jim Plunkett, QB, Stanford (Heisman Trophy) Don McCauley, RB, North Carolina Steve Worster, RB, Texas Tom Gatewood, E, Notre Dame Ernie Jennings, E, Air Force Elmo Wright, E, Houston Dan Dierdorf, OL, Michigan Larry Dinardo, OL, Notre Dame Chip Kell*, OL, Tennessee Bob Newton, OL, Nebraska Don Popplewell, OL, Colorado Bobby Wuensch, OL, Texas Bill Atessis, DL, Texas Dick Bumpas, DL, Arkansas Rock Perdoni, DL, Georgia Tech Jim Stillwagon*, DL, Ohio State Charlie Weaver, DL, USC Mike Anderson, LB, LSU Jack Ham, LB, Penn State Tommy Casanova, DB, LSU Dave Elmendorf, DB, Texas A&M Jack Tatum*, DB, Ohio State Larry Willingham, DB, Auburn 1971 Army 6-4 (NE) beat Navy 24-23 lost to Air Force 7-20 Navy 3-8 (IND) lost to Army 23-24 #13 Notre Dame 8-2 (CHI) coached by Ara Parseghian #5 Penn State 11-1 (BUF) coached by Joe Paterno beat Texas 30-6 in Cotton Bowl #14 Toledo 12-0 (TB) MAC Champions beat Richmond 28-3 in the Tangerine Bowl #6 Michigan 11-1 (RAI) coached by Bo Schembechler Big 10 Champions lost to Stanford 12-13 in the Rose Bowl Ohio State 6-4 (PIT) coached by Woody Hayes Michigan State 6-5 (NO) Northwestern 7-4 (SEA) #20 USC 6-4-1 (DAL) coached by John McKay #19 Washington 8-3 (CLE) #10 Stanford 9-3 (RAMS) Pac-8 Champions beat Michigan 13-12 in the Rose Bowl #8 Arizona State 11-1 (DET) coached by Frank Kush WAC Champions beat FSU 45-38 in the Fiesta Bowl Air Force 6-4 (PHX) beat Army 20-7 #7 Georgia 11-1 (PHI) coached by Vince Dooley beat North Carolina 7-3 in the Gator Bowl FSU 8-4 (GB) lost to Arizona State 38-45 in the Fiesta Bowl #9 Tennessee 10-2 (MIN) coached by Bill Battle beat Arkansas 14-13 in the Liberty Bowl #12 Auburn 9-2 (CIN) coached by Shug Jordan lost to Oklahoma 22-40 in the Sugar Bowl #4 Alabama 11-1 (NYG) coached by Bear Bryant SEC Champions lost to Nebraska 6-38 in the Orange Bowl #16 Arkansas 8-3-1 (WSH) coached by Frank Broyles lost to Tennessee 13-14 in the Liberty Bowl #18 Texas 8-3 (NYJ) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions lost to Penn State 6-30 in Cotton Bowl #11 LSU 9-3 (MIA) coached by Charlie McClendon beat Iowa State in the Sun Bowl 33-15 #15 Ole Miss 10-2 (SD) beat Georgia Tech 41-18 in the Peach Bowl #17 Houston 9-3 (DEN) lost to Colorado 17-29 in Bluebonnet Bowl #2 Oklahoma 11-1 (HOU) coached by Chuck Fairbanks beat Auburn 40-22 in the Sugar Bowl #3 Colorado 10-2 (KC) beat Houston 29-17 in the Bluebonnet Bowl Iowa State 8-4 (ATL) lost to LSU in the Sun Bowl 15-33 #1 Nebraska 13-0 (SF) coached by Bob Devaney Big-8 Champions beat Alabama 38-6 in the Orange Bowl 1971 Consensus All-Americans Pat Sullivan QB, Auburn (Heisman Trophy) Ed Marinaro RB, Cornell Johnny Musso RB, Alabama Greg Pruitt RB, Oklahoma Terry Beasley E, Auburn Johnny Rogers E, Nebraska Tom Brahaney OL, Oklahoma Dave Joyner OL, Penn State Reggie McKenzie OL, Michigan Jerry Sisemore OL, Texas Royce Smith OL, Georgia Willie Harper DL, Nebraska Larry Jacobson DL, Nebraska Mel Long DL, Toledo Walt Patulski DL, Notre Dame Sherman White DL, California Jeff Siemon LB, Stanford Mike Taylor LB, Michigan Tommy Casanova DB, LSU Clarence Ellis DB, Notre Dame Ernie Jackson DB, Duke Bobby Majors DB, Tennessee 1972 Army 6-4 (NE) beat Navy 23-15 beat Air Force 17-14 Navy 4-7 (IND) lost to Army 15-23 beat Air Force 21-17 #14 Notre Dame 8-3 (MIN) coached by Ara Parseghian lost to Nebraska 6-40 in Orange Bowl #10 Penn State 10-2 (RAMS) coached by Joe Paterno lost to Oklahoma 0-14 in Sugar Bowl #18 Louisville 9-1 (DAL) coached by Lee Corso MVC Champions #6 Michigan 10-1 (NYG) coached by Bo Schembechler Big Ten Co-Champions #9 Ohio State 9-2 (CHI) coached by Woody Hayes Big Ten Co-Champions lost to USC in Rose Bowl 17-42 Purdue (GB) 6-5 Michigan State (NO) 5-5-1 #1 USc 12-0 (SF) coached by John McKay Pac-8 Champions beat Ohio State 42-17 in Rose Bowl #15 UCLA 8-3 (SD) coached by Pepper Rodgers #19 Washington State (WSH) 7-4 #13 Arizona State 10-2 (DEN) WAC Champions beat Missouri 49-35 in Fiesta Bowl Air Force 6-4 (SEA) lost to Navy 17-21 lost to Army 14-17 Georgia 7-4 (PIT) coached by Vince Dooley #20 Georgia Tech 7-4-1 (ATL) coached by Bill Fulcher beat Iowa State 31-30 in Libert Bowl Florida 5-5-1 (PHX) coached by Doug Dickey #12 North Carolina 11-1 (TB) coached by Bill Dooley ACC Champion beat Texas Tech 32-28 in Sun Bowl #17 North Carolina St. 8-3-1 (NYJ) coached by Lou Holtz beat West Virginia 49-13 in Peach Bowl #7 Alabama 10-2 (RAI) coached by Bear Bryant SEC Champions lost Cotton Bowl 13-17 to Texas #5 Auburn 10-1 (KC) coached by Shug Jordan beat Colorado 24-13 in Gator Bowl #11 LSU 9-2-1 (MIA) coached by Charlie McClendon lost to Tennessee 17-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl Ole Miss 5-5 (CLE) #8 Tennessee 10-2 (DET) coached by Bill Battle beat LSU 24-17 in Bluebonnet Bowl #2 Oklahoma 11-1 (BUF) coached by Chuck Fairbanks beat Penn State 14-0 in Sugar Bowl #16 Colorado 8-4 (CIN) lost to Auburn 13-24 in Gator Bowl #3 Texas 10-1 (PHI) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions beat Alabama 17-13 in Cotton Bowl #4 Nebraska 9-2-1 (HOU) coached by Bob Devaney Big 8 Champions beat Notre Dame 40-6 in Orange Bowl 1972 Consensus All-Americans Bert Jones, QB, LSU Otis Armstrong, RB, Purdue Woody Green, RB, Arizona State Greg Pruitt*, RB, Oklahoma Johnny Rodgers*, WR, Nebraska (Heisman Trophy) Charles Young*, TE, USC Tom Brahaney, OL, Oklahoma John Hannah*, OL, Alabama Ron Rusnak, OL, North Carolina Paul Seymour, OL, Michigan Jerry Sisemore*, OL, Texas Bruce Bannon, DL, Penn State Dave Butz, DL, Purdue Rich Glover*, DL, Nebraska Willie Harper, DL, Nebraska Greg Marx*, DL, Notre Dame Randy Gradishar, LB, Ohio State John Skorupan, LB, Penn State Cullen Bryant, DB, Colorado Randy Logan, DB, Michigan Robert Popelka, DB, SMU Brad Vanpelt*, DB, Michigan State Submitter CoachMac Submitted 12/02/2019 Category Misc ROMs  
  7. Version 4.1

    144 downloads

    28 NCAA Teams with End of Season Rank in AP Poll Rosters 100% Complete 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 Plain Grass Field (No Midfield or End Zone logo/colors) No Overtime Each Season has the Top 20 plus Army, Navy, Air Force, and 5 additional teams (see text document) Each Team based on an Original TSB team (see text document) Consensus All-Americans appropriately ranked Appropriate Sim Data 1970 Army (worst) 1-9-1 lost to Navy 7-11 Navy (worst) 2-9 beat Army 11-7 lost to Air Force 3-26 #2 Notre Dame (HOU)10-1 coached by Ara Parseghian beat Texas in Cotton Bowl 24-11 #18 Penn State (WSH) 7-3 coached by Joe Paterno #14 Dartmouth (NYJ) 9-0 Ivy League Champions #9 Michigan 9-1 (RAI) coached by Bo Schembechler lost to Ohio State 9-20 #5 Ohio State 9-1 (PHI) coached by Woody Hayes Big Ten Champions lost to Stanford in Rose Bowl 17-27 #12 Toledo 12-0 (TB) MAC Champions beat William and Mary in tangerine Bowl 40-12 Northwestern 6-4 (IND) #15 USC 6-4-1 (SD) coached by John McKay Washington 6-4 (GB) #8 Stanford 9-3 (MIA) Pacific 8 Champions beat Ohio State 27-17 in Rose Bowl #6 Arizona State 11-0 (BUF) coached by Frank Kush WAC Champions beat North Carolina 48-26 in Peach Bowl #17 Air Force 9-3 (DEN) lost to Tennessee in Sugar Bowl 13-34 beat Navy 26-3 Georgia 5-5 (PIT) coached by Vince Dooley #13 Georgia Tech (MIN) 9-3 coached by Bud Carson beat Texas Tech 17-9 in Sun Bowl #4 Tennessee 11-1 (KC) coached by Bill Battle beat Air Force 34-13 in Sugar Bowl #10 Auburn 9-2 (RAM) coached by Shug Jordan beat Ole Miss in Gator Bowl 35-28 Alabama 6-5-1 (NO) coached by Bear Bryant tied Oklahoma 24-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl #11 Arkansas 9-2 (CIN) coached by Frank Broyles #17 Tulane 8-4 (ATL) beat Colorado 17-3 in Liberty Bowl #7 LSU 9-3 (CHI) coached by Charlie McClendon SEC Champions lost in Orange Bowl to Nebraska 12-17 #20 Ole Miss 7-4 (CLE) coached by John Vaught lost to Auburn in Gator Bowl 28-35 #19 Houston 8-3 (DAL) #20 Oklahoma 7-4-1 (DET) coached by Chuck Fairbanks tied Oklahoma 24-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl Colorado 6-5 (PHX) lost to Tulane 3-17 in Liberty Bowl #3 Texas 10-1 (NYG) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions lost to Notre Dame in Cotton Bowl 11-24 #1 Nebraska 11-0-1 (SF) coached by Bob Devaney Big 8 Champions beat LSU 17-12 in Orange Bowl 1970 Consensus All-Americans Jim Plunkett, QB, Stanford (Heisman Trophy) Don McCauley, RB, North Carolina Steve Worster, RB, Texas Tom Gatewood, E, Notre Dame Ernie Jennings, E, Air Force Elmo Wright, E, Houston Dan Dierdorf, OL, Michigan Larry Dinardo, OL, Notre Dame Chip Kell*, OL, Tennessee Bob Newton, OL, Nebraska Don Popplewell, OL, Colorado Bobby Wuensch, OL, Texas Bill Atessis, DL, Texas Dick Bumpas, DL, Arkansas Rock Perdoni, DL, Georgia Tech Jim Stillwagon*, DL, Ohio State Charlie Weaver, DL, USC Mike Anderson, LB, LSU Jack Ham, LB, Penn State Tommy Casanova, DB, LSU Dave Elmendorf, DB, Texas A&M Jack Tatum*, DB, Ohio State Larry Willingham, DB, Auburn 1971 Army 6-4 (NE) beat Navy 24-23 lost to Air Force 7-20 Navy 3-8 (IND) lost to Army 23-24 #13 Notre Dame 8-2 (CHI) coached by Ara Parseghian #5 Penn State 11-1 (BUF) coached by Joe Paterno beat Texas 30-6 in Cotton Bowl #14 Toledo 12-0 (TB) MAC Champions beat Richmond 28-3 in the Tangerine Bowl #6 Michigan 11-1 (RAI) coached by Bo Schembechler Big 10 Champions lost to Stanford 12-13 in the Rose Bowl Ohio State 6-4 (PIT) coached by Woody Hayes Michigan State 6-5 (NO) Northwestern 7-4 (SEA) #20 USC 6-4-1 (DAL) coached by John McKay #19 Washington 8-3 (CLE) #10 Stanford 9-3 (RAMS) Pac-8 Champions beat Michigan 13-12 in the Rose Bowl #8 Arizona State 11-1 (DET) coached by Frank Kush WAC Champions beat FSU 45-38 in the Fiesta Bowl Air Force 6-4 (PHX) beat Army 20-7 #7 Georgia 11-1 (PHI) coached by Vince Dooley beat North Carolina 7-3 in the Gator Bowl FSU 8-4 (GB) lost to Arizona State 38-45 in the Fiesta Bowl #9 Tennessee 10-2 (MIN) coached by Bill Battle beat Arkansas 14-13 in the Liberty Bowl #12 Auburn 9-2 (CIN) coached by Shug Jordan lost to Oklahoma 22-40 in the Sugar Bowl #4 Alabama 11-1 (NYG) coached by Bear Bryant SEC Champions lost to Nebraska 6-38 in the Orange Bowl #16 Arkansas 8-3-1 (WSH) coached by Frank Broyles lost to Tennessee 13-14 in the Liberty Bowl #18 Texas 8-3 (NYJ) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions lost to Penn State 6-30 in Cotton Bowl #11 LSU 9-3 (MIA) coached by Charlie McClendon beat Iowa State in the Sun Bowl 33-15 #15 Ole Miss 10-2 (SD) beat Georgia Tech 41-18 in the Peach Bowl #17 Houston 9-3 (DEN) lost to Colorado 17-29 in Bluebonnet Bowl #2 Oklahoma 11-1 (HOU) coached by Chuck Fairbanks beat Auburn 40-22 in the Sugar Bowl #3 Colorado 10-2 (KC) beat Houston 29-17 in the Bluebonnet Bowl Iowa State 8-4 (ATL) lost to LSU in the Sun Bowl 15-33 #1 Nebraska 13-0 (SF) coached by Bob Devaney Big-8 Champions beat Alabama 38-6 in the Orange Bowl 1971 Consensus All-Americans Pat Sullivan QB, Auburn (Heisman Trophy) Ed Marinaro RB, Cornell Johnny Musso RB, Alabama Greg Pruitt RB, Oklahoma Terry Beasley E, Auburn Johnny Rogers E, Nebraska Tom Brahaney OL, Oklahoma Dave Joyner OL, Penn State Reggie McKenzie OL, Michigan Jerry Sisemore OL, Texas Royce Smith OL, Georgia Willie Harper DL, Nebraska Larry Jacobson DL, Nebraska Mel Long DL, Toledo Walt Patulski DL, Notre Dame Sherman White DL, California Jeff Siemon LB, Stanford Mike Taylor LB, Michigan Tommy Casanova DB, LSU Clarence Ellis DB, Notre Dame Ernie Jackson DB, Duke Bobby Majors DB, Tennessee 1972 Army 6-4 (NE) beat Navy 23-15 beat Air Force 17-14 Navy 4-7 (IND) lost to Army 15-23 beat Air Force 21-17 #14 Notre Dame 8-3 (MIN) coached by Ara Parseghian lost to Nebraska 6-40 in Orange Bowl #10 Penn State 10-2 (RAMS) coached by Joe Paterno lost to Oklahoma 0-14 in Sugar Bowl #18 Louisville 9-1 (DAL) coached by Lee Corso MVC Champions #6 Michigan 10-1 (NYG) coached by Bo Schembechler Big Ten Co-Champions #9 Ohio State 9-2 (CHI) coached by Woody Hayes Big Ten Co-Champions lost to USC in Rose Bowl 17-42 Purdue (GB) 6-5 Michigan State (NO) 5-5-1 #1 USc 12-0 (SF) coached by John McKay Pac-8 Champions beat Ohio State 42-17 in Rose Bowl #15 UCLA 8-3 (SD) coached by Pepper Rodgers #19 Washington State (WSH) 7-4 #13 Arizona State 10-2 (DEN) WAC Champions beat Missouri 49-35 in Fiesta Bowl Air Force 6-4 (SEA) lost to Navy 17-21 lost to Army 14-17 Georgia 7-4 (PIT) coached by Vince Dooley #20 Georgia Tech 7-4-1 (ATL) coached by Bill Fulcher beat Iowa State 31-30 in Libert Bowl Florida 5-5-1 (PHX) coached by Doug Dickey #12 North Carolina 11-1 (TB) coached by Bill Dooley ACC Champion beat Texas Tech 32-28 in Sun Bowl #17 North Carolina St. 8-3-1 (NYJ) coached by Lou Holtz beat West Virginia 49-13 in Peach Bowl #7 Alabama 10-2 (RAI) coached by Bear Bryant SEC Champions lost Cotton Bowl 13-17 to Texas #5 Auburn 10-1 (KC) coached by Shug Jordan beat Colorado 24-13 in Gator Bowl #11 LSU 9-2-1 (MIA) coached by Charlie McClendon lost to Tennessee 17-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl Ole Miss 5-5 (CLE) #8 Tennessee 10-2 (DET) coached by Bill Battle beat LSU 24-17 in Bluebonnet Bowl #2 Oklahoma 11-1 (BUF) coached by Chuck Fairbanks beat Penn State 14-0 in Sugar Bowl #16 Colorado 8-4 (CIN) lost to Auburn 13-24 in Gator Bowl #3 Texas 10-1 (PHI) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions beat Alabama 17-13 in Cotton Bowl #4 Nebraska 9-2-1 (HOU) coached by Bob Devaney Big 8 Champions beat Notre Dame 40-6 in Orange Bowl 1972 Consensus All-Americans Bert Jones, QB, LSU Otis Armstrong, RB, Purdue Woody Green, RB, Arizona State Greg Pruitt*, RB, Oklahoma Johnny Rodgers*, WR, Nebraska (Heisman Trophy) Charles Young*, TE, USC Tom Brahaney, OL, Oklahoma John Hannah*, OL, Alabama Ron Rusnak, OL, North Carolina Paul Seymour, OL, Michigan Jerry Sisemore*, OL, Texas Bruce Bannon, DL, Penn State Dave Butz, DL, Purdue Rich Glover*, DL, Nebraska Willie Harper, DL, Nebraska Greg Marx*, DL, Notre Dame Randy Gradishar, LB, Ohio State John Skorupan, LB, Penn State Cullen Bryant, DB, Colorado Randy Logan, DB, Michigan Robert Popelka, DB, SMU Brad Vanpelt*, DB, Michigan State
  8. This is a fun game. Well done on the edit. I had never played this. Fun Game!
  9. Thank you, Sir! I actually figured out how to move them around so I don't need to eliminate them in my 58 rom, but will be useful in the future.
  10. Version 2 with Large Helmets now available. I figured out the Large Helmets!! Everything else remains the same.
  11. Regarding the Large Helmets. This works perfectly for each teams roster page. However, I still get a deformed version of the large helmet on the PreGame Screen. Can anyone advise me on eliminating this.
  12. View File NFL '58 60 years ago the NFL Season that would end with the "Greatest Game Ever Played" began. What you get: 2 versions (Original and Fully Juiced) The 12 NFL Teams from 1958. All modeled and properly matched to an Original TSB Team. Baltimore Colts = SF (Unitas = Montana, Lenny Moore = Jerry Rice) New York Giants = NYG (Sam Huff = LT (but moved to ILB) Cleveland Browns = RAI (Jim Brown = Bo Jackson) Los Angeles Rams = RAM Chicago Bears = CHI Pittsburgh Steelers = MIN Washington Redskins = NO San Francisco 49ers = NO Chicago Cardinals = JETS Detroit Lions = JETS Philadelphia Eagles = GB Green Bay Packers = GB (Lombardi arrives in 1959, but many of the pieces of the dynasty are already in place) The correct 12 game 1958 schedule with correct dates. (Including Saturdays and Thanksgiving) An Old Fashioned Grass Field free from any distractions, logos, or colors. No Overtime. No Large Helmets (I don't get them or know how to move them so I just blanked them out) 1991 Mini Helmets in proper locations. Accurate Rosters with numbers and skin color. Accurate Pro Bowl Rosters. Plus truly Original Game Play, as I have added "ZERO Gameplay Hacks" We love this game because they got it right, even with the minor imperfections. What you don't get: Accurate Divisions. In 1958 the NFL had 2 six team divisions East and West. I couldn't do that so I made 3 four team divisions. Below I list my Divisions followed by the actual 1958 the Team played in. EAST CENTRAL WEST Cleveland East Chicago Bears West Baltimore West New York East Detroit West Chicago Cardinals East Philly East Green Bay West Los Angeles West Washington East Pittsburgh East San Francisco West Accurate Playoffs in 1958 the NFL Post season consisted of one Championship Game of the East Champion vs the West Champion. I had to go with 4 teams. The 3 Division Champs and a Wild Card. If you win the "NFL Championship" The Final Game will be the "Tecmo Bowl" vs a 1991 TSB Team. Submitter CoachMac Submitted 08/03/2018 Category NFL By Year
  13. CoachMac

    NFL '58

    Version 2.1.0

    419 downloads

    60 years ago the NFL Season that would end with the "Greatest Game Ever Played" began. What you get: 2 versions (Original and Fully Juiced) The 12 NFL Teams from 1958. All modeled and properly matched to an Original TSB Team. Baltimore Colts = SF (Unitas = Montana, Lenny Moore = Jerry Rice) New York Giants = NYG (Sam Huff = LT (but moved to ILB) Cleveland Browns = RAI (Jim Brown = Bo Jackson) Los Angeles Rams = RAM Chicago Bears = CHI Pittsburgh Steelers = MIN Washington Redskins = NO San Francisco 49ers = NO Chicago Cardinals = JETS Detroit Lions = JETS Philadelphia Eagles = GB Green Bay Packers = GB (Lombardi arrives in 1959, but many of the pieces of the dynasty are already in place) The correct 12 game 1958 schedule with correct dates. (Including Saturdays and Thanksgiving) An Old Fashioned Grass Field free from any distractions, logos, or colors. No Overtime. No Large Helmets (I don't get them or know how to move them so I just blanked them out) 1991 Mini Helmets in proper locations. Accurate Rosters with numbers and skin color. Accurate Pro Bowl Rosters. Plus truly Original Game Play, as I have added "ZERO Gameplay Hacks" We love this game because they got it right, even with the minor imperfections. What you don't get: Accurate Divisions. In 1958 the NFL had 2 six team divisions East and West. I couldn't do that so I made 3 four team divisions. Below I list my Divisions followed by the actual 1958 the Team played in. EAST CENTRAL WEST Cleveland East Chicago Bears West Baltimore West New York East Detroit West Chicago Cardinals East Philly East Green Bay West Los Angeles West Washington East Pittsburgh East San Francisco West Accurate Playoffs in 1958 the NFL Post season consisted of one Championship Game of the East Champion vs the West Champion. I had to go with 4 teams. The 3 Division Champs and a Wild Card. If you win the "NFL Championship" The Final Game will be the "Tecmo Bowl" vs a 1991 TSB Team.
  14. Version 1.0.0

    635 downloads

    Top 6 NL Teams and Top 4 AL Teams from each season 1964-68
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