NCAA Football Series. It was developed by EA Tiburon and EA Canada (PS2) and released by EA Sports on July 14th, 2009 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PSP.
Like NCAA Football 09, this version of the game continues the new tradition of assigning a different player to different covers depending on the console.
- Xbox 360: Former Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
- PS3: Former Utah quarterback Brian Johnson.
- PS2: Former Texas defensive end Brian Orakpo.
- PSP: Former USC quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Improvements to the GameEdit
- Auto Pass
- Procedural Awareness
- Stadium Camera Flashes
- Field Goal Nets and Field Goal Socks
- Team specific bowl game end zones
- Super sim improvements (On-the-Field Presentation, Updated CPU Clock Management, Skip Play in Road to Glory)
- New custom conference feature in Dynasty Mode (Also available in Online Dynasty)
- Player Lock and Defensive Assist
- Sideline Reporter Erin Andrews
- More stadiums and stadium updates
- Adaptive AI
- Create-A-School mode, known as Teambuilder. It is a web-based Create-A-School tool where users are able to create their own team with custom rosters, uniforms, stadiums, and more.
- Road to Glory mode, an improved version of Campus Legend, where you start out as a high school student and make your way up through college.
- Branch-Tackling System
- Improved WR/DB interactions
- Improved OL/DL interactions, including a "true pocket".
- 1,000 new game animations
- Improved pursuit angles
- Improved ability to evade sacks
- Game planning and defensive keys
- Set-up plays
- Marching bands in the pre-game, including authentic team specific ones.
- Revamped Flexbone playbook
- Season Showdown mode, where fans of various schools compete in online tournaments.
- Progressive lighting