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Topic: Cloth Game Field vs. Cardboard Field/Scoresheets

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gridiron

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Cloth Game Field vs. Cardboard Field/Scoresheets
« on: September 12, 2022, 07:44:06 PM »
1.  When did the game start shipping the cloth field instead of the field pictured in the videos?
2.  Is the drive by drive method simply the 10 drives per team +1 pass only for comeback bid, or is there any provisions for tempo teams?
3.  Any gameco score sheets or fan created ones?
*I have been tied up at work but hoping to get rolling with my first game soon.


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Re: Cloth Game Field vs. Cardboard Field/Scoresheets
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2022, 07:56:04 PM »
1.  When did the game start shipping the cloth field instead of the field pictured in the videos?
2.  Is the drive by drive method simply the 10 drives per team +1 pass only for comeback bid, or is there any provisions for tempo teams?
3.  Any gameco score sheets or fan created ones?
*I have been tied up at work but hoping to get rolling with my first game soon.


@gridiron
1 - the cloth field has been part of the game for quite awhile...yes, we need to update our videos for that and other reasons
2 - the drive-by-drive method is how you describe it (think:  baseball innings).  You're obviously free to change it to 6 per half instead of 5, but there is no up-tempo alternative 
3 - we have fan-shared score sheets on our shared google folder:  https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1FarnXPZp1UW5-5UucoUWksIZBtyYX7HG?usp=sharing

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hank you for seeking out more info about the game.  We're currently running a sale, celebrating our 3rd anniversary.  If you'd like a complimentary linen game field, please send a message through our facebook page so we can send it to you.

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