Well by the start of the summer, football fans are getting bored and anxiously awaiting the new season. To most fans, summer camp kicks off the start of football season, but in my opinion, it’s the release of NCAA Football.
In anticipation of the release of each year’s newest version of the game, fans/players of the game love to predict the changes in the game. From uniform options, to new modes, and everything in between including the ratings of their favorite schools.
Tradition Sports Online (click hyperlink to see each school’s ratings) posted, or should I say leaked, yesterday the team ratings for each of the teams in the game. The report comes right off the floor of the E3 conference!
In NCAA Football 14, the North Carolina Tar Heels share a rather similar rating from last year’s version of the game. The Carolina offense is ranked with a 91 overall. The defense didn’t change much from the offensive. In fact, it’s the exact same…91! The overall team rating for the Tar Heels is a 90 though.
Considering who we lost, I’m satisfied with our ratings. Especially considering the talented recruiting class we have coming in. It makes sense for North Carolina to see very little or no change at all really in their ratings between the previous and soon to be released version of NCAA Football.
This year’s cover athlete is the Michigan Wolverines’ Denard Robinson, and the No. 1 rated player is Jadeveon Clowney of the South Carolina Gamecocks.
NCAA Football 14
Publisher: EA Sports
Release Date: July 9th, 2013
Systems: Playstation 3, Xbox 360
Cover Athlete: Denard Robinson