so i am playing against my friend in NCAA football 12. we are playing online and he is ranked 150th in the entire nation. We start the game and i make all my changes to my playbooks and formations, including putting on aggressive stripping and conservative running because he plays with aggressive strip. we go to start the game and it kicks us out. we get back into a new game and i set up all my **** again, but this time, i forget to put conservative running on because i don't normally play with people who use trash like aggressive strip. So i don't even think about the fact that i don't have it on. I play with Florida because i like using their backs in the wishbone formation, and he uses Miami. we start the game, and he knows i run a wishbone formation with two tackles in the TE spots. so he plays run, and i bust out a screen play first play from scrimmage. i bust a 75 yard run which ends after i cut back on the guy my friend is controlling, and the computer player jumps on my back and strips the ball. Yes, the computer somehow ran with Jeff Demps, and not only that, but he was also able to jump on his back and strip the ball. not my friend, but the computer. so im super pissed. i hold him to a field goal, and come out on offense the next series. I bust a 15 yard run with Demps, just to lose another fuccking fumble. At this point i realize, oh, my aggressive strip and conservative run aren't on because i didn't go back to turn them on after we got kicked out of the first game. I go on to force a fumble via a hit stick and get a user pick, as well as outgain my friend by 100 yards without anymore turnovers. I lose by 7 and claim that he is trash and that if it weren't for his trash like aggressive strip, i would have beat him. He claims that aggressive strip isn't trash, that it is strategy. I come back with "no, reading defenses is strategy. me changing routes when im doing runs AND passes so you don't know whether im passing or running out of my wishbone is strategy. me running a screen on the first play cuz i know you are blitzing your safeties to stop my run, is strategy. you hitting over on the control stick and making your computer controlled players strip me twice is not strategy. My first two plays from scrimmage went for 90 yards and two fumbles. Who is right?