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  • Blog Post: EA Sports Halts College Football Franchise

    EA Sports has announced that it will not put out a college football title next year, a change from what was previously stated. The future of video game college football is on hold. In July, after the release of NCAA Football 14 , the NCAA decided to not renew its licensing agreement with Electronic Arts... More
  • Blog Post: Report: EA Signs Three-Year Deal To Continue College Football Series

    Earlier this week, we reported that the NCAA had decided not only not to renew its contract with EA Sports , but that it was getting out of the video game business altogether. EA quickly responded that it would continue its college football franchise , just without the NCAA name and logo. Today, Joystiq... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] NCAA Decides Not To Renew EA Sports Contract, EA Responds

    Update #2: EA has provided Game Informer with a statement on plans for college football moving forward. By now, most fans will have heard that EA's licensing agreement with the NCAA is set to expire and that we have agreed to part ways. I'm sure gamers are wondering what this means. This is simple... More
  • Blog Post: NCAA Football 14 Shows Off Its Cover Athlete

    After a long voting process involving 126 schools and a 5.7 million votes, the cover athlete for NCAA Football 14 is finally plastered on the box. Taking center stage is former University of Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson. Robinson is the third Wolverine to grace the cover. This year's EA college... More
  • Blog Post: Michigan's Denard Robinson Wins NCAA 14 Cover Vote

    Former Michigan QB Denard Robinson has won the fan vote contest to earn the right to be on the cover of NCAA Football 14. The game is expected to come out this July for the Xbox 360 and PS3, and Robinson beat out Texas A&M receiver Ryan Swope for the honor. EA says that this year's cover vote... More
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