There won't be an NCAA football game released this year, and the future of the series is in doubt.
Never fear, the hardcore sports gamers from the Operation Sports community have come through with a sweet roster update that's sure to extend the replay value of NCAA Football 14.
An Xbox 360 user named Call Me LSU has updated the rosters of the game to reflect each team's depth chart for the upcoming season.
He input the names and ratings for every player and every team in the nation. He even made sure each player's school years were correct.
This means Florida State's Jameis Winston is a sophomore.
Perhaps most importantly, highly recruited freshman like LSU's Leonard Fournette, Michigan's Jabrill Peppers and others are all included.
This particular roster is only available for Xbox 360 users, but similar work was done for PS3 gamers.
That gamer's PSN ID is no1geemoney.
Thankfully, NCAA Football 14 was one of the best versions of the series in years. It's awesome to have this available via the Roster Share feature on both systems.
Need help with the download process? Watch the video for step-by-step instructions. You can also get a sneak peek at the depth charts and some Florida State vs. Boston College gameplay.
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