- Coastal Carolina installing a new teal turf
- New UTSA helmet for 2015 has familiar Longhorn flavor
- UNLV rocking a scarlet helmet in 2015?
- Critics cannot have it both ways with Cardale Jones’ decision
- Final McGuire Metric results: Buckeyes push Big Ten to the top
- The lesson to learn from the 2014 season: Let the season breathe
- My College Football Playoff National Championship Game Prediction
- Episode 159 – Big Ten Bounces Back
- FCS Championship Game: North Dakota State going for history
- Episode 158 – A not so Happy New Year for the SEC?
NCAA Football 14 bringing new real-life physics to game
- Updated: April 3, 2013
A day after getting our first official glimpse at NCAA Football 14, we now have video footage to drool over, and it is most certainly worthy of that. This year EA Sports is porting over the more realistic physics found in the Madden franchise, giving NCAA Football more realistic movements and collisions This is generally the trend with these two franchises, with features from the NFL title making their way to the NCAA game a year or two later. In this case, it may have been worth the wait if you have been waiting for tackles and the breaking of tackles to feel more authentic.
I’m just going to allow Oregon’s Kenjon Barner and a couple guys from EA Sports to do the talking here.