With Bass Ranking's December 2012 update of Regional Rankings and College Rankings, more people than ever are talking about how they measure up against their fellow anglers.
BassNBlast has reposted the rankings, but as they're based on a rolling 12- or 24-month calendar, you'll want to check the most up-to-date rankings, either on BassRankings.com or on a site that has a live feed of their rankings.
The guys at BassZone have a great interview with the Lee brothers, who are both ranked College anglers.
BBC Lounge has a thread on the subject, and posters are pointing out where their buddies appear on the Regional Rankings. That's awesome.
The Bass Rankings Regional Ranking includes ABA Bassmaster Weekend Series Qualifiers, Regionals, and Championships, and FLW Bass Fishing League Qualifiers, Regionals, and All-Americans, and are further broken down to the divisional title level, for both boaters and co-anglers.
The Bass Rankings College Ranking reflects the performance of the entire school.
The Bass Rankings College Team Ranking reflects the performance of a two-person team.
The Bass Rankings Individual College Angler Rankings reflects the performance of each individual angler on a two-person college team.
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Final Fantasy VII is available as a PC download directly from SQUARE ENIX. Finally, an official version of the game that can be played on contemporary technology. No more trying to find bastardized versions that were originally created to run on Windows 95 (which would crash for me periodically). No more PS emulators. You do have to become a SQUARE ENIX member, though, which doesn't appear to offer any real benefit. I'm hoping that this goes more smoothly than my experiences with Final Fantasy XIII on the Xbox 360.
Posted by aleph at 9:31 AM