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NCBB - College Football Recruiting (Again)
It seems that college football has been in the news a lot recently, and mostly for negative reasons. Fortunately the only controversy that the NCBB, or National College Blood Bowl Group, goes through is the debate as to why we keep letting Kryten stay in the league each season. That lucker won himself another national championship recently, and we need your help to put him in his place!

The NCBB tries to emulate all of the (positive) aspects of college football, such as bowl games, rivalries, coach's polls, BCS standings, and player graduation. With nine game seasons, in addition to a possible bowl game, the league moves along at a fairly quick pace and keeps the coaches involved with voting and discussions. Our next season is likely beginning this weekend, and since new teams are able to play up to three builders against other new squads, you'll want to apply as soon as possible.

So if you want to represent your favorite college, join a fluffy league, or simply want to beat Kryten whenever possible, stop by #NCBB in chat and check out our group page below:

http://fumbbl.com/FUMBBL.php?page=group&op=view&group=6888

After all, who doesn't want to spend more time in college ;)
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Posted by SavageJ on 2012-07-27 03:56:48
As a coach who played an all-rookie team this past season, I can tell anyone interested that you can compete--maybe not for a national title, but you can be in each game--in part because of the graduation of players after 4 seasons. There are great players in the league, but not teams stuffed full of great players. It captures *that* aspect of college football, too.