(I'm not just randomly throwing games - there's a story to this.)
In the online franchise league I'm in, we have a rule that games that disconnect in the fourth quarter or overtime are wins for the team with the lead at the time. (This is on the 360, but I would think the solution would be platform-agnostic. If it isn't, I'd like a 360-only solution.)
I was playing this week's opponent, and down 31-13 with less than a minute left in the third, I lost a fumble. I paused the game to challenge and the game decided not to resume - neither of us could get back to the game, so we both quit without a result.
Given the score and situation, I felt it was only fair to give him the win, but we couldn't find a quick way of doing it: if I quit right after we started the game, he only had options to quit with a loss or quit with no result. There is a thread on EA's forums that suggests this may be due to a recent patch of the game.
We ended up playing the game through in such a way as to ensure a win for him, but I'd prefer something that wouldn't take up as much of his time. Is there a way to do that?