This post is sponsored by EA Sports NCAA Football 2011
When you go to a particular school or grow up around college football, you are more than just a fan. It’s who you are. We thought we could leverage this pride in your roots and show that "where you come from" is more than just a statement about geography. By positioning NCAA Football 11 as a game that understands this pride and is authentic to these traditions, the takeaway should be that anything that is in college football is in NCAA Football 11.
And this doesn’t just include game play (though that’s a huge part of it). It’s rivals and mascots; it’s legends and stories. It’s those things that are at the very fabric of the game itself. Of course the game is great this year as well. With authentic entrances, mascots and specific offenses for each team, the term "where I come from" takes on a much larger meaning. While playing NCAA Football 11 is ultimately a great sports sim, it should also give you a sense of the pride and emotion one has for being a fan of a team they will never not be a part of.
Guys its that time, the new version of NCAA Football is now out in stores today. To me, the game was the first in a series of events that brought the offseason to a close. This version should give us some sort of insight into what we should see on both sides of the ball, since we really don't know what to expect. We hope that you guys go out and buy it if you haven't already preordered it, and give us a brief review of the game. What are some new things that we haven't seen before in the series, and how did they do getting the roster and Raymond James set up. If you click on the EA Sports logo above us, you should go straight to the EA Sports site where you can purchase it. We hope you guys enjoyed the series as much as we did.