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You have to make sure that you set your controller in the right mode either as player one or player two. It is possible that you have been making the mistake of not setting your controller as a player on either side and as a result, the game is detecting your controller as an inactive controller so it prepares a game between two sides of the CPU. You can also make sure that your controller buttons(analog or digital) is working properly so it does not become a case of stuck controller buttons. Another thing you might wan to watch out for is for the settings that are set to control the players to be in the right mode and selection that would suite your kind of play. For example, the game might have been set to move the players with the digital controls while you are trying to use the analog controls to move the player. This is because for almost all 2011 sport games that have been produced by EA have currently undergone controller review and changes.
The 2nd Player controller port just might be shot. That or the part of the main board that deals with the 2nd controller. My suggestion is purchasing another controller board (the main board and controller board are separate and easily removable pieces) and switching them out. If the problem persists then the SNES's main board probably has an issue.
The controller needs to be on as well, since the mic doesn't have built-in controller capabilitites like the guitar and drums. So yeah... just turn on an actual controller while the mic is plugged in. :D If you have anymore questions, don't hesitate.... :D HAPPY NEW YEAR! and Please rate answer :D
Ask yourself a few questions: Is the PS2 overheated? Was it under any physical contact? Try plugging the PS2 in a different power outlet, then try taking out all controllers and plug one controller in the second player controller spot.