All Forums > Gridiron Dynasty Football > Gridiron Dynasty > What does "Qualified" mean at job change time?
3/28/2013 8:11 PM
Probably a stupid question... I just moved up from D3 to D2 last season. One season at D2, and just for giggles I went to the jobs area and checked out D1AA openings. It said I was "qualified" for a ton of them. Does that mean if I wanted to jump after one season at D2, I could potentially land a D1AA gig?

That goes against everything I've been reading that says you need to log 3-4 successful seasons at D2.

JC
3/28/2013 8:16 PM
Just because you're qualified doesn't mean you will be accepted...just means you can apply. I've had it where I've applied and been turned down only for a sim-ai coach to remain there kinda ticked me off lol
3/28/2013 9:11 PM
Well, that was fast. One season at D2 was all it took... Now coaching D1AA
3/28/2013 9:35 PM
The reason is you had multiple years at D-3....You could skip right on past D1aa after this season and apply for D-1
3/29/2013 7:30 AM
Posted by jfootball88 on 3/28/2013 9:35:00 PM (view original):
The reason is you had multiple years at D-3....You could skip right on past D1aa after this season and apply for D-1
yeah, it goes on wins and its sorta tiered.
you can move from d3 to d2 after 1 season
you can move from d2 to d1aa after about 45 wins (its been awhile but i think thats the number)
you can move from d1aa to d1a after about 85 wins

postseason play and CC's can help skew that number in your favor as well...

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