How hardcore 'NCAA Football 14' fans have kept popular series alive eight years after last release

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EA Sports announced on Feb. 2 that it would develop a new college football video game for the first time since “NCAA Football 14” eight years ago. But hardcore fans have already taken it upon themselves to add new life to the popular series.

For years, fans have made downloadable roster updates so people could play with players such as Lamar Jackson, Joe Burrow and Trevor Lawrence. But the group called College Football Revamped has turned the game into a new experience with redesigned uniforms, fields, updated graphics and a College Football Playoff-like system.

And since EA Sports made its big reveal, the group is taking its job even more seriously to help satisfy fans’ cravings for the new game.

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The latest "NCAA Football 14" update from College Football Revamped includes new uniforms for teams such as Clemson and South Carolina, as well as turf tape, which is new to the game.

“We’re gonna serve as like an appetizer until we get that full game,” said Cole Winton, a 23-year-old computer science major at UCF and founder of College Football Revamped. “That’s why we started this whole project in the first place. That’s why we’ve been pouring so many hours into it. We love this franchise, and to see it being revived, it’s just awesome.”



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