The folks at EA Sports released their second most popular game last week (Madden is No. 1) in NCAA Football '12.
EA prides itself on providing the most realistic sporting games in the business.
Their Madden rosters are updated frequently to mimic what happens in real life, in real games.
EA's NHL franchise has correctly predicted the winner of the Stanley Cup seven of the last nine years.
College Football is a little trickier, as there are many bylaws and amateur rules that have to be closely looked at.
The players in the game are close replicas to the actual players but are not quite the same as it would violate rules, and the real life players don't receive any compensation from the game sales (unlike all other games like Madden, NHL and NBA).
There was even a lawsuit filed in 2009 against EA Sports and the NCAA, but a judge dropped the antitrust case against EA. The NCAA is still on the hook.