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College Slam

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Game: College Slam
Platform: Sega Genesis
By: Bryan Heil
Bryan_0326@hotmail.com
GameFAQs User: FoxHound26
Copyright: Bryan Heil (c) 2004

Version 1.0 (07-03-04) - The first version of this guide is completed and 
                         submitted to GameFAQs.
Version 0.9 (07-02-04) - The original guide was lost and now it is found and
                         ready to be completed. After a year without compiling
                         to this FAQ here we go again.
Version 0.8 (06-03-03) - The original guide layout and basics are created

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   /     Table of Contents       \
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I.)    Introduction
II.)   Controls
III.)  Game Basics
IV.)   Main Options
    A.)  Head to Head
    B.)  Semi Finals
    C.)  Tournament Time
    D.)  Season Match-Up
    E.)  Game Options
V.)    Teams & Rosters
VI.)   Codes & Secrets
VII.)  Conclusion

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   /        Introduction         \
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Brace Yourself For Slammin' Hoop Action! - As is from the Instruction Booklet:
Looking for the grittiest, jammingest, slammingest hoop action ever?  Good, 
because you're about to feel the impact of College Slame!  We're talking over 
40 of the top colleges in the country together for the first time in the most 
spectacular hoopfest ever!  From Arkansas and Kansas to Michigan and Duke, 
they're all here-and all geared for the wildest hardwood action you've ever 
seen!  Want board-busting head to head competition?  It's here!  Demand the 
greatest in sensational tournament action?  See if you can make it all the way 
to the Season championship!  Or compete in an incredibly challenging 16-player 
knock out tournament!  And hey-want to score with the wildest, most incredible 
dunks ever?  You can do exactly that from the opening whistle to the final 
buzzer of each and every half!  Whatever team you choose to be, whichever way 
you choose to play, you'll experience the most authentic hoop action the sport 
has ever known-and backboard-blasting slams and jams you've ever seen!  Grab 
the ball and hit the hardwood-the College Slam is underway!

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   /          Controls           \
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Offense

A Button - Shoot
B Button - Boost
C Button - Pass

Defense

A Button - Block
B Button - Boost
C Button - Steal

Directional Pad - Move Player Around Court
Start - Pause / Restart Game / Timeout

To Shoot (on offense) or to block a shot (on defense), use the A Button.  Your 
offensive player will release the ball when you release the button.  For more 
accurate shots, release at peak of jump.  When blocking, you'll want to time 
your jump, and be sure you block the ball on the way up, if you block it on the 
downward arc it will be called goal-tending and the opposing team will get 2 or 
3 points, depending on where the shot was from.

When using the Boost, your player runs faster up the court, and your boost 
meter goes down while holding the B button.  When holding the B Button during 
passing, your passes are less likely to be stolen.

Use the Start Button to pause the game.  To then restart you can press the B + 
C buttons together.  Have possession of the ball to call a timeout.

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   /         Game Basics         \
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This is two on two basketball, so you are going to need to use your teammate, 
if you think you can be a one show wonder, you are wrong, because the computer 
will eat you alive if you don't utilize your teammate and work together.

If you or your teammate is taking a lot of punishment, then call a timeout and 
substitute for a different player.  You get 1 timeout for each half so make use 
of it.

To be good at this game you need to know when to use your boost.  Watch your 
meter towards the top of the screen.  To use up all of your turbo, charge by 
pressing the D-Pad 4 times.  You literally run over your opponents.  It is 
useful for easy baskets and can stop an opponent breakaway.

If you score three baskets in a row, you are on fire and you have unlimited 
turbo power.  You have a much greater chance of sinking baskets from anywhere 
on the hardwood.  If you manage to get on fire, play hard defense and get the 
ball to the guy on fire and throw up 3 pointers, they will go in most of the 
time.  Whenever an opponent makes a basket your fire goes away.  When a player 
makes 2 baskets in a row, the announcer will say, "He's heating up!" and when 
the third one goes in, he will say, "He's on fire!"

Before each half of any college slam game begins, each team has a choice of two 
players who will compete in the upcoming half.  The choices are made from a 
field of 5.  Each of the five players is rated on a scale of zero to 9.
Highlight the players you want, and press the A Button to lock in your choices.

At random intervals throughout any given game, when the Power-Up Mode is on, 
various icons will appear that will enable you to instantaneously, and 
temporarily, experience blinding speed, unlimited turbo, and even more.
The following are Icons you'll find:

(3) - Increases your ability to make the three-point outside shot!
(D) - Allows you to perform Monster Jams from anywhere on the court!
(S) - Increases your over speed to astounding levels!
(P) - Increases your power to a degree you can hardly imagine!
(T) - Provides you with temporary unlimited boost action!
(F) - Causes you to be temporarily "on fire"!
(B) - The bomb knocks over everyone on the court, except you!
(?) - Randomly activates the effect of one of the other icons.
(R) - Reverses the direction of the ball if it's in mid-shot!
(Z) - Prevents you opponents from scoring by zapping your hoop with lightning!
(I) - Causes your teammate to become invisible for a brief period of time!
(C) - Causes the ball to chaotically bounce in random directions every time it
      hits the floor!
(W) - Causes you to become a whirlwind that will knock over any player who
      comes in contact with you!

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   /        Main Options         \
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>>> HEAD TO HEAD <<<

To select your team for one-on-one competition against either player or the 
CPU, use the UP and DOWN D-PAD to scroll through the forty-four available 
teams.  When you've highlighted the team you want to be, press the A Button to 
lock in your choice.  To select player, follow the same procedure as for the 
Team Substitutions.

>>> SEMI FINALS & TOURNAMENT TIME <<<

For both Semi Finals and 16-team Tournament competition, you'll need to make 
the following choices;

Entering player initials:  Use the left and right D-pad to highlight the 
initial you want to change, the up and down D-pad to scroll the alphabet once 
you've chosen the specific letter, then the A Button to lock in your choice

Selecting Teams:  To choose from among the 44 college teams, use the Up and 
Down D-Pad to scroll through the teams.  Note that the team logo appears as 
each team is highlighted.  When you've highlighted the team you want to be, 
press the A Button to lock in your choice.

>>> SEASON MODE <<< 

For 20-team Season mode competition, you'll need to make the following choices:

Entering player initials:  Follow the same procedure as for Semi Finals and 
Tournament Modes above.

Selecting Teams:  To choose from among the 44 college teams, follow the same 
procedure as above for Semi Finals and Tournament Time.

>>> GAME OPTIONS <<<

In the options menu, you have a list of four options to perform; View/Delete 
Records, Configure Controllers, Configure Game, and Edit Teams.  Use the up and 
down D-pad to move the cursor to the category you want, then press the A Button 
to choose the category, or choose Exit to return to the main options screen.

> VIEW/DELETE RECORDS <

This screen allows you to view your team records, and to either delete records 
or return to the GAME OPTIONS screen.  To delete a record, use the up and down 
d-pad to highlight the record you wish to delete, then press the A Button once 
to first confirm that this is in fact the record you wish to delete, then a 
second time to eliminate that record from the list.

> CONFIGURE CONTROLLERS <

This screen allows you to alter the button configuration of your controller 
differently than the default configuration described in the manual.  To 
reconfigure your controller, press the Start Button.  To scroll through the 
configuration options, press the A Button.  To lock in your choice, press the 
Start Button.

> CONFIGURE GAME <

This screen allows you to customized College Slam game play in a wide variety 
of ways, from the speed of the game clock to the availability of powerful icons 
that can supercharge your hoop action!
The various options are presented on two screens.  Use the up and down d-pad to 
choose the option you want to adjust, or to move between the two options 
screens then press the A Button to make your choice.  To adjust the specific 
values of the option you've chosen, use the left and right d-pad.
Here's a list of the variables that are adjustable:

Drone Difficulty - enables you to adjust the intelligence of the 
                   computer-controlled players from 1 (not so smart) to 5 
                   (very smart); while the default value is 3.
Tag Mode - When on, allows you to control whichever player on your team is in
           possession of the ball at that moment, rather than one specific 
           player throughout the game.
CPU Assist - When on, empowers the computer to constantly monitor the score of 
             a game and adjust player intelligence so that one team does not 
             get too great a lead over the other.
Shot Clock - Adjustment may be made from 5 to 45 seconds.  The default is 35 
             seconds.
Timer Speed - Enables you to adjust the speed of the game clock from 1, very 
              slow, to 5, very fast.
Overtime - Periods may be adjusted from a minimum of 1 minute to a maximum of 3 
           minutes.  The default value is 3 minutes.
Hot Spots - These are visible spots on the court with various point values, 
            enabling you to score those bonus points if you shoot successfully  
            from that particular spot.
Power-Up Icons - Appear at random intervals throughout the game and empower you 
                 with a wide variety of skills and abilities for brief 
                 intervals.  The default setting for the Power-Up Icons mode is 
                 off.
Juice Mode - Alters the value of the players' speed by a factor of four when 
             ON.  The default value for juice mode is OFF.

> EDIT TEAMS <

This screen allows you to choose from among the 44 teams featured in 
College Slam, scrolling through the list of teams and highlighting the 
team you wish to be. Press the A button to lock in your choice.  Once 
you have chosen your team, you will see a screen of information on that 
particular team split into two specific areas.  One is an options block, 
and the other is an information panel that displays the names and 
statistics that may be altered for the players on that particular team.  
This screen allows you to address the following options regarding the 
team you have chosen.

> EDIT NAMES <

This allows you to change the names of the five players on your team.  
Use the UP and DOWN D-Pad to scroll through the names, then press the A 
button to choose the name you wish to alter.  Use left and right to 
highlight the specific letter in the name you wish to change, then press 
the up and down to change the letter.  Once you have changed the name 
the way you want, press the A button to lock in your choice.

> RESET NAMES <

Selecting this option will undo any name changes you have made, 
returning the team names to their original default settings.

> EDIT STATS <

This allows you to change the statistics of the players on your team.  
Each of the five players is rated on a scale of zero to 9 in eight 
categories: Speed, three point shooting ability, dunking ability, 
passing ability, power, stealing capabilities, blocking skills, and the 
ability to pull off the clutch play.  Each player has a maximum value of 
all categories combined, so in order to increase the value in one 
category, you must first decrease the value in another category.  This 
is an important aspect of customizing your team to your liking.  Usually 
I like to have a power guy and a three point man.  By changing and 
editing unneeded stats such as dunking with a point gaurd you can 
increase your three point shooting ability.  Also during half time and 
time outs when you need to substitute your players you can customize 
your bench players to your playing abilities and style.

> RESET STATS <

Selecting this option will undo any statistical changes you have made, 
returning the team statistics to their original default settings.

Choose Finish to return to the GAME OPTIONS screen.

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    /                           \
   /      Teams and Rosters      \
__/_______________________________\_______________________________________

Note: This information reflects the year and previous year this game was 
created, 1995.

ALABAMA
Team Name: Crimson Tide
Address: P.O. Box 870391, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0391
Arena: Coleman Coliseum (15,043)
Enrollment: 20,000
Conference: Southeastern
Team Highlights: Alabama has appeared in four of the last five NCAA 
tournaments.  they won three Southeastern Conferences in a row starting 
in 1989.

ARIZONA
Team Name: Wildcats
Address: McKale Center, Tucson, AZ 85721
Arena: McKale Center (13,814)
Enrollment: 34,000
Conference: Pacific 10
Team Highlights: Arizona made it to the Division 1 semifinals in 1994, 
before succumbing to Arkansas.

ARKANSAS
Team Name: Razorbacks
Address: P.O. Box 7777, Fayetteville, AR 72702
Arena: Bud Walton Arena (19,200)
Enrollment: 14,765
Conference: Southeastern
Team Highlights: Arkansas had the best Division 1 win/loss record in 
1994, 31-3. They also led in scoring margin, averaging 17.9 points over 
their opponents.  Arkansas triumphed over Duke to win their first 
Division 1 championship in 1994.

BOSTON COLLEGE
Team Name: Eagles
Address: Conte Forum 321, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167
Arena: Silvio O. Conte Forum (8,606)
Enrollment: 9,165
Conference: Big East
Team Highlights: The Eagles out dueled Indiana to make it to the 
Regional Finals in 1994, losing to Florida 74-66.

CAL BERKELEY
Team Name: Golden Bears
Address: Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, CA 94720
Arena: Harmon Arena (6,578)
Enrollment: 31,000
Conference: Pacific 10
Team Highlights: The Golden Bears got to the NCAA tournament in 1993 and 
1994, but they last made the Final Four in 1960.

CINCINNATI
Team Name: Bearcats
Address: 340 Shoemaker Center, Cincinnati, OH 045221-0021
Arena: Myrl H. Shoemaker Center (13,176)
Enrollment: 36,000
Conference: Conference USA
Team Highlights: The Bearcatas have gone to the NCAA Tournament in 1992, 
1993, and 1994 making it to the final four in 1992, where they tied for 
third.  In 1993 they finished in the Associated Press Final Top 10 
rankings.

CONNECTICUT
Team Name: Huskies
Address: 2095 Hillside Rd, U-78, Storrs, CT 06269-3078
Arena: Gampel Pavilion (8,241), Hartford Civic Center (16,294)
Enrollment: 22,342
Conference: Big East
Team Highlights: UConn has won back-to-back Big East Conference titles, 
posting a league record of 32-4 and an overall record of 57-10 during 
the past two years.  The huskies have advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 
four of the past 6 seasons.  Connecticut has won 11 NCAA Tournament 
games in the past six years.

DUKE
Team Name: The Blue Devils
Address: P.O. Box 90577, 115 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC 27708-
0557
Arena: Cameron Indoor (9,314)
Enrollment: 6,130
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Team Highlights: The Blue Devils have made it to the Final Four three 
years in a row, taking back to back crowns in 1991 and 1992.  The Blue 
Devils have been ranked in the Associated Press Top 10 in eight of the 
last ten years!  Duke ranks among the top ten all time winningest teams, 
with a .673 percentage.  the Blue Devils have been to the Final Four 
seven of the last 10 times.

FLORIDA
Team Name: Gators
Address: P.O. Box 14485, Gainesville, FL 32604
Arena: Stephen C. O'Connell Center (12,000)
Enrollment: 35,000
Conference: Southeastern
Team Highlights: Florida tied Arizona for third place in the NCAA Final 
Four in 1994.

FORIDA STATE
Team Name: Seminoles
Address: Moore Athletic Center, P.O. Drawer 2195, Tallahassee, FL 32316
Arena: Tallahassee Civic Center
Enrollment: 29,000
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Team Highlights: The Seminoles have played in nine NCAA tournaments, 
making it to the final four in 1972, when they finished 2nd.

GEORGETOWN
Team Name: Hoyas
Address: Washington, DC 20057
Arena: USAir Arena (19,035)
Enrollment: 6,085
Conference: Big East
Team Highlights: Georgetown has sent more than a few players to the 
pros, including Patrick Ewing, Reggie Williams and Alonzo Mourning, all 
of whom were NCAA First Team All Americans.  The Hoyas were NCAA 
champions in 1984.  They have appeared in the NCAA tournament 18 times.

GEORGIA
Team Name: Bulldogs
Address: P.O. Box 1472, Athens, GA 30613
Arena: Georgia Coliseum (10,512)
Enrollment: 28,690
Conference: Southeastern
Team Highlights: The bulldogs led the southeastern conference in 1990, 
though they lost the conference tournament to Alabama.  They won it in 
1983, making it to the final four before being bested by the North 
Caroline Tarheels.

ILLINOIS
Team Name: Fighting Illini
Address: 1817 South Neil, Suite 201, Champaign, IL 61820
Arena: Assembly Hall (16,321)
Enrollment: 35,000
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: The Fighting Illini last made it to the final four in 
1989, their fourth trip.  Illinois had a 17-11 record in 1994.

INDIANA
Team Name: Hoosiers
Address: Assembly Hall, Bloomington, IN 47405
Arena: Assembly Hall (17,357)
Enrollment: 35,000
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: Indiana is a longtime basketball powerhouse: the 
Hoosiers have earned an Associated Press Final Top 10 ranking 16 times, 
and have gone to the NCAA Tournament an incredible 23 times! They won 
the Championship in 1981 and 1987, and tied for 3rd in 1992.

IOWA
Team Name: Hawkeyes
Address: 340 Carver-Hawkeye Arena, Iowa City, IA 52242
Arena: Carver-Hawkeye Arena (15,500)
Enrollment: 28,000
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: The Hawkeyes have appeared in 16 NCAA tournaments where 
they have placed as high as 2nd.

KANSAS
Team Name: Jayhawks
Address: 202 Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS 66045
Arena: Allen Fieldhouse (15,800)
Enrollment: 29,150
Conference: Big Eight
Team Highlights: They Jayhawks snared the NCAA Championship in 1988, and 
have been to the Final Four twice since then.  Former Jayhawks include 
Danny Manning and Wilt Chamberlain.

KENTUCKY
Team Name: Wildcats
Address: Memorial Coliseum, Avenue of Champions, Lexington, KY 405
Arena: Rupp Arena (23,000)
Enrollment: 24,220
Conference: Southeastern
Team Highlights: Kentucky is another school that has made a lasting mark 
in college basketball.  They have been to the NCAA tournament 36 times, 
including nine consecutive trips from 1980-88.  They won the 
Southeastern Conference Tournament in 1992, 1993, and 1994.  They 
Wildcats are the all-time winningest team, with a .756 percentage since 
1903.  They are second in total victories with 1,588-513 record in their 
91 years.

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Team Name: Tigers
Address: P.O. Box 25095, Baton Rouge, LA 70894-5095
Arena: Pete Maravich Assembly Center (14,164)
Enrollment: 24,750
Conference: Southeastern
Team Highlights: Louisiana State University has been home to some of the 
most impressive players ever including "Pistol" Pete Maravich and 
Shaquille O'Neal.  LSU won the Conference tournament in 1980, and in 
1991 tied Mississippi State for 1st in the Southeastern Conference.

MARYLAND
Team Name: Terrapins
Address: P.O. Box 295, College Park, MD 20742-0295
Arena: Cole Field House
Enrollment: 31,780
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Team Highlights: The Terrapins have gone to the NCAA tournament 11 
times.  In 1994, they had a .600 full-season percentage.  They beat 
Massachusetts in the second round of the 1994 NCAA tournament, but lost 
to Michigan in the regional semifinals.

MASSACHUSETTS
Team Name: Minutemen
Address: Mullins Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003
Arena: William D. Mullins Center (9,493)
Enrollment: 17,210
Conference: Atlantic 10
Team Highlights: UMass has appeared in the last three NCAA tournaments, 
dominating the Atlantic 10 Conference.  1994 marked their debut in the 
Associated Press Final Top 10.  Julius Erving is but one of the top 
players to move from Minutemen to the pros.

MEMPHIS
Team Name: Tigers
Address: Athletic Office Building, Memphis, TN 38152
Arena: The Pyramid
Enrollment: 21,500
Conference: Conference USA
Team Highlights: The Tigers have appeared 14 times in NCAA tournament 
play, reaching the Final Four in 1985.  They have competed in the 
National Invitational Tournament 11 times, most recently in 1991.

MICHIGAN
Team Name: Wolverines
Address: 1000 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2201
Arena: Crisler Arena (13,562)
Enrollment: 36,845
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: A Big Ten powerhouse, Michigan won the NCAA 
championship in 1989, but had to settle for 2nd place in 1992 and 1993.  
In 1994, the Wolverines made it to the regional championships before 
being beaten by Arkansas.

MICHIGAN STATE
Team Name: Spartans
Address: Fourth Floor, Olos Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824-1044
Arena: Jack Breslin Student Events Center (15,138)
Enrollment: 39,745
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: The Spartans took top honors in the NCAA in 1979, with 
the help of Earvin Magic Johnson, the Most Outstanding Player of the 
tournament.  It was the first time Michigan State had reached the Final 
Four since 1957.  The Spartans made it to the NCAA tournament in 
1990,1991,1992, and 1994.  They were defeated in the second round by 
Duke in 1994.

MISSOURI
Team Name: Tigers
Address: Box 677, Hearnes Center, Columbia, MO 65250
Arena: Hearnes Center
Enrollment: 23,440
Conference: Big Eight
Team Highlights: The Tigers were regional runners-up in 1994, beating 
Syracuse in overtime to win the regional semifinals.  Missouri has won 
the Big Eight Conference Tournament four times since 1987.

NEBRASKA
Team Name: Cornhuskers
Address: 116 South Stadium, P.O. Box 880123, Lincoln, NE 68588-0123
Arena: Devaney Sports Center
Enrollment: 24,000
Conference: Big Eight
Team Highlights: In 1994, the Huskers won the Big Eight Conference 
Tournament.

NORTH CAROLINA
Team Name: Tar Heels
Address: P.O. Box 2126, Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2126
Arena: Smith Center (21,572)
Enrollment: 24,400
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Team Highlights: The Tar Heels took it all the way in 1993, winning the 
NCAA championship against Michigan.  A host of North Carolina alumni 
have gone on to the pros, among them Michael Jordan and James Worthy.  
The Tar Heels are among the top five winningest teams of all time.  
Perennial NCAA tournament participants, North Carolina made it to the 
second round in 1994.

NORTH CAROLINA STATE
Team Name: Wolfpack
Address: Box 8501, Raleigh, NC 27695-8501
Arena: William Neal Reynolds Coliseum (12,400)
Enrollment: 26,685
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Team Highlights: North Carolina State has gone to the NCAA tournament 17 
times, winning the championship in 1983.  The Wolfpack's most recent 
appearance was in 1991, when they defeated Southern Mississippi to make 
it to the second round.

OHIO STATE
Team Name: Buckeyes
Address: 410 Woody Hayes Drive, 124 St. John Arena, Columbus OH 43210-
1166
Arena: St. John Arena
Enrollment: 52,180
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: The Buckeyes enjoyed an Associated Press Final Top 10 
ranking in 1992, the same year they led the Big Ten.  Ohio State has 
made it to the Final Four eight times, winning it in 1960.

OKLAHOMA
Team Name: Sooners
Address: 180 West Brooks, Room 235, Norman, OK 73019
Arena: Lloyd Noble Center (11,001)
Enrollment: 24,400
Conference: Big Eight
Team Highlights: The Sooners made it to the NCAA championship round in 
1988, finishing 2nd.  They were 23-9 in 1994 full-season play, third in 
the Big Eight.

OKLAHOMA STATE
Team Name: Cowboys
Address: Gallagher-Iba Arena, Stillwater, OK 74078
Arena: Gallagher-Iba Arena (6,381)
Enrollment: 18,500
Conference: Big Eight
Team Highlights: The Cowboys have made it to NCAA tournament play four 
years in a row, beginning in 1991 with a Final Four appearance in 1995.  
They were the first back to back NCAA champions in 1945-46.

PENN STATE
Team Name: Nittany Lions
Address: 234 Recreation Building, University Park, PA 16802
Arena: Rec Hall (6,846), Bryce Jordan Center (16,000) due in 1996
Enrollment: 30,500
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: Penn State made it to the second round of the 1991 NCAA 
tournament.  They have reached the Final Four once, in 1954.  They 
appeared in the National Invitation Tournament in 1990.

PURDUE
Team Name: Boilermakers
Address: 1790 Mackey Arena, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1790
Arena: Mackey Arena (14,123)
Enrollment: 35,160
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: Purdue ruled the Big Ten in 1994 with a 29-5 full 
season record.  They made it to NCAA regional championships the same 
year, beating Kansas to get there.  Purdue had the 1994 individual 
scoring average champion, Glenn Robinson, with a 30.3 average.

ST. JOHN'S
Team Name: Red Storm
Address: 8000 Utopia Parkway, Jamaica, NY 11439
Arena: Alumni Hall (6,008) and Madison Square Garden (18,876)
Enrollment: 17,000
Conference: Big East
Team Highlights: St. John's has made it to the NCAA tournament 23 times.  
They were the 1989 NIT champions.

SOUTH CAROLINA
Team Name: Gamecocks
Address: Rex Enright Athletic Center, 1300 Rosewood Drive, Columbia, SC 
29208
Arena: Carolina Coliseum (12,401) 
Enrollment: 26,130
Conference: Southeastern
Team Highlights: The Gamecocks appeared in NCAA tournament play in 1989.  
In 1991, they were part of the National Invitational Tournament.

SYRACUSE
Team Name: Orangemen
Address: Manley Field House, Syracuse, NY 13244-5020
Arena: Carrier Dome (30,000)
Enrollment: 10,500
Conference: Big East
Team Highlights: The Orangemen have made it to 17 of the last 20 NCAA 
tournaments.  In 1987 they made it all the way to the championship game, 
finishing behind Indiana.  Syracuse fans take their team seriously: the 
Orangemen hold several attendance records.  Syracuse won the Big East 
tournament in 1992.  The Orangemen made it to the regional semifinals in 
1994 before bowing to Missouri in overtime.

TEXAS
Team Name: Longhorns
Address: P.O. Box 7399, Austin, TX 78713
Arena: Frank Erwin Center (16,042)
Enrollment: 49,250
Conference: Southwest
Team Highlights: The Longhorns finished first in the 1978 National 
Invitational Tournament.  They have appeared in 5 of the last 6 NCAA 
tournaments.  They made it to the second round in 1994, the same year 
they smothered the Southwest Conference and took the Conference 
Tournament.

UCLA
Team Name: Bruins
Address: J.D. Morgan Center, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Arena: Pauley Pavilion (12,819)
Enrollment: 35,500
Conference: Pacific 10
Team Highlights: The Bruins hold the current record for most consecutive 
winning seasons:  they have had 47 winning seasons, from 1949 to 1994.  
They have gone to the NCAA tournament 31 times, and have come away 
champions 11 times.  The Associated Press has ranked them in the Final 
Top 10 a total of 21 times, most recently in 1995.  The Bruins hold the 
record for most consecutive regular season victories (88).

U. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Team Name: Trojans
Address: Heritage Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0602
Arena: Los Angeles Sports Arena (15,509)
Enrollment: 28,185
Conference: Pacific 10
Team Highlights: The Trojans were ranked in the Associated Press Final 
Top 10 in 1992.  USC has gone to the NCAA tournament 3 times in the past 
ten years.  The Trojans appeared in the National Invitational Tournament 
in both 1993 and 1994.

UNLV
Team Name: Runnin' Rebels
Address: 4505 Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89154
Arena: Thomas and Mack (18,500)
Enrollment: 19,430
Conference: Big West (will join Western Athletic in 1996)
Team Highlights: UNLV took it all in 1990, and tied for 3rd place in 
1987 and 1991.  The Runnin' Rebels were ranked in the Final Top 10 by 
Associated Press in 1992.  They have won the Big West Conference 
Tournament seven times since 1983.

VILLANOVA
Team Name: Wildcats
Address: 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova, PA 19085-1674
Arena: DuPont Pavilion (6,500)
Enrollment: 5,950
Conference: Big East
Team Highlights: 1985 marked the Wildcat's first NCAA tournament 
championship in 21 appearances.  Villanova won the National Invitational 
Tournament in 1994.

VIRGINIA
Team Name: Cavaliers
Address: P.O. Box 3785, University Hall, Charlottesville, VA 22903
Arena: University Hall (8,457)
Enrollment: 18,075
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Team Highlights: The Cavaliers have gone to the NCAA tournament 11 times 
since 1981.

WAKE FOREST
Team Name: Demon Deacons
Address: P.O. Box 7423, Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Arena: Lawrence Joel Coliseum
Enrollment: 3,600
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Team Highlights: The Demon Deacons have advanced to NCAA tournament play 
in each of the last four seasons.  They last reached the Final Four in 
1962.  Wake Forest made it to the second round in 1994.

WISCONSIN
Team Name: Badgers
Address: 1440 Monroe Street, Madison, WI 53711
Arena: UW Field House (11,500)
Enrollment: 40,925
Conference: Big Ten
Team Highlights: The Badgers made it to the NCAA tournament in 1994, 
their first trip since 1947.  Wisconsin has won the championship once, 
in 1941.


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    /                           \
   /     Codes and Secrets       \
__/_______________________________\_______________________________________

For these codes to work they need to be entered at the tonight's match 
up screen.

Always on Fire - Left, Right, Left, Up, Down, Up
Goaltending Off - Down, Down, Down, Up, Up, Up
Max Power - A, Down, A, Right
Longer Dunks - Up, Down back and forth for at least 5 seconds and then 
press A.
Make More Shots - A, A, A, A, A, B, B, B, B, B
Three Pointing - C, C, C, A, A, A
Whirlwind - Rotate the Directional Pad CLOCKWISE for at least 5 second 
then A.

At the title screen you can press Up, Down, Left, Right, Up, Down, Left, 
Right and then nine new teams will be added to the game.

Feel free to add to the Codes and Secrets or any tips you have by 
dropping me an email.

      _________________________
    /                           \
   /         Conclusion          \
__/_______________________________\_______________________________________

You may contact me at the address of "bryan_0326(at) hotmail (dot) com" 
for any tips you have used and credit will be given.  Comments on my 
guide or any other guide I have may also be sent to the same address.  
Many thanks go out to Steve, who encouraged me to continue and start 
writing FAQs again.  A special thanks goes out to CjayC for creating 
GameFAQs and the wonderful life it has given me.

Copyright 2004 Bryan Heil
This may not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal, 
private use. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise 
distributed publicly without advance written permission. Use of this 
guide on any other web site or as a part of any public display is 
strictly prohibited, and a violation of copyright.

College Slam c Akklaim 1996.
All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by 
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