PS3, Xbox 360 and PS2: Now Ready for NCAA Football 2010 Rosters

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NCAA 10 Football Rosters is highly anticipated by football video game fanatics because of the all-new features of the game. It is expected to be out in the market by July 14th of this year and as early as now, fans have been frantically talking about it in forums. They're all excited to see what's in it for PS3, 360 and PS2.

The upcoming video game has great features like "create a school" where a gamer can skillfully create his own team. The new added feature was briefly shown during EA Sports' New York City press event. Everyone present was clearly impressed. Its entirely different from games made in the past where gamers are given the option to create their own players. This NCAA 10 feature is entirely separate from the actual game. The tools are released as applications in EA Sports World site a month before the actual game will be released. Access to the application is through

Create-a-School first came out in NCAA Football 2000 and was available for the PS2 version in the NCAA Football 2003. Year after year, fans waited for the feature to get better and better. Finally, with the 2010 version, fans can get what they want with the feature called TeamBuilder.

Once created, the teams or schools can easily be downloaded into the Xbox 360 and the PS3 versions of NCAA Football 2010. It can be used at Dynasty, Play Now, and Online Dynasty.

The NCAA Football 10 covers are exciting enough. The Xbox 360 cover is graced by Michael Crabtree, formerly form Texas Tech University. He is a highly-acclaimed football player who grabbed the Biletnikoff and Paul Warfield Awards twice. He led Texas Tech in the race for BCS National Championship in 2008 as he showed his powers as a wide receiver.

Brian Johnson of the University of Utah is found in the cover of PS3. Johnson led the Utah Utes undefeated victory in the NCAA Division I team in 2008 with a 12-0 record at the 2009 Sugar Bowl.

The PSP version, on the other hand, shows the former quarterback of the University of Southern California, Mark Sanchez. Sanchez was the key player who led the Trojans in an almost perfect 12-1 season, nearly making it to the 2008 BCS National Championships. He was also the Most Valuable Offensive Player during the 2009 Rose Bowl.

The PS2 cover showcases Brian Orakpo, a first-team All American and was the Associated Press Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year. Orakpo won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, the Lombardi Award and the Ted Hendricks Award.

Whether you've been still raving about NCAA 09, NCAA Football 2010 for XBox 360 is already here!

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