Keeping It Real with EA Sports' NCAA Football '14

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Keeping It Real with EA Sports' NCAA Football '14
Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

I played the NCAA football games for a string of years, starting in 2005 when Larry Fitzgerald graced the cover and ending around 2011 when I realized class was more important than online dynasties. I might buy this year's edition for two reasons, those being the man on the cover and the new physics engine. I'm not sure if the physics used in this year's NCAA will be those featured in Madden, which are downright awesome...

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