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    EA is not making NCAA football anymore







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    Re: EA is not making NCAA football anymore

    I wouldn't be surprised if 2Ksports picked up making a college football game.

    I read a few months ago that EA Sports would continue to make college football games, but would leave "NCAA" out of it.
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    Re: EA is not making NCAA football anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I wouldn't be surprised if 2Ksports picked up making a college football game.

    I read a few months ago that EA Sports would continue to make college football games, but would leave "NCAA" out of it.
    I read that too. They were gonna still make college football because of the licensing deal with the Collegiate Licensing Company. But SEC, Big Ten and Pac-12 said they wouldn't license their trademarks to EA, killing NCAA Football.
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    Call me when EA stops making crap sports games. NCAA Football was the best one they had.
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