Man Applies For UND Head Coach Job, Cites Playing Madden As Experience

Thanks to years of playing the Madden and NCAA Football franchises on Sega Genesis and Playstation, Christopher McComas feels confident he can lead the University of North Dakota to football immortality. His plan? "Chuck the pigskin" and then chuck it some more. Relentless defense. No mercy punting. » 12/12/13 12:31am 12/12/13 12:31am

BC's Andre Williams Runs Like He's Got A Super Mario Invincibility Star

Boston College running back Andre Williams leads all FBS running backs with 2073 rushing yards, good for an average of 6.5 yards per carry. The senior's a potential Heisman finalist, and to help his case, someone put together a video of him bowling over opponents to the Starman music from the Super Mario Bros. video… » 11/27/13 2:54pm 11/27/13 2:54pm

Source: EA's Next College Football Game Will Only Lose One Team

The next edition of EA Sports' embattled college football series will lose only one school from a lineup of more than 120 next year, though two conferences will stop licensing their trademarks to the game, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter. The Southeastern Conference, which yesterday told ESPN… » 8/15/13 7:52pm 8/15/13 7:52pm

Three Major College Conferences Will Stop Licensing EA Sports Games

The Pac-12, the Big Ten and the Southeastern Conference—cornerstones of major college football—will no longer license their league's symbols or trademarks to EA Sports. While the 40 members they represent may still appear in future video games, the departure of these leagues is a painful blow to the series. » 8/14/13 4:12pm 8/14/13 4:12pm

EA Sports' College Football Series Survives Another Three Years

When word passed the NCAA was pulling its name and logo off EA Sports' 21-year-old NCAA Football series, many immediately assumed it was the death of the title. Once everyone realized another entity altogether handles the 120+ teams who appear in the game, it became clear this was largely an ass-covering technicality. » 7/20/13 1:00pm 7/20/13 1:00pm

TTU Footballers Urged To Be Active, And That Doesn't Count Video Games

Workout schedules for college football players can be complex, what with varying needs for strength/fitness/flexibility based on position and those ever-complicated NCAA limits on supervised activities. One thing's clear for Texas Tech players, though: video games don't count as "being active." » 5/07/13 5:06pm 5/07/13 5:06pm