For my fellow gamer nerds, this is a really good ESPN article on the Xbox updates to the final NCAA Football game for current rosters. Basically it turns your copy of NCAA 14 to the current year. If you don't know already, the last version of NCAA Football was EA Sports NCAA Football 14. A darn awesome game. The bad news was they had to discontinue the series due to player likeness issues. The good news is, they have a feature to download current rosters. The fans that make them really work their tails off to make them accurate. I was unaware of how much work it takes them, and how seriously they take it. http://www.espn.com/college-footbal...aa-football-ea-sports-lives-five-years-demise The article is really long, but some highlights: -Five years ago this week, NCAA Football hit the shelves for the final time. Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson graced the cover of the game, which sold roughly 1.5 million copies. -Ed O'Bannon never thought he'd become a villain in the eyes of video game aficionados. (He essentially ended the series with his lawsuit for likeness issues). -Louis Burhans says it takes him on average 25 hours to finish editing a single team. Multiply that by the 30 teams he's in charge of and you're talking about 750 total hours. -Last season's Volunteers holder, Parker Henry, had downloaded the updated roster to his console. "It was hilarious," Pope said. Hilarious and apparently not all that unusual. Because players at Ole Miss and Florida said they had used the rosters as well. -UF QB Franks said "I was garbage," he said, laughing. "They had me rated so low I didn't want to play." "I need to get them numbers up." They need to make this game Xbox One backwards compatible. Not sure if they can though due to the lawsuit.