NCAA Football 13: Why This Popular Videogame Is More of a Coach Than a Toy

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NCAA Football 13: Why This Popular Videogame Is More of a Coach Than a Toy

JoPa’s scowl, Bear Bryant’s fedora, and an XBOX 360 controller—could these be the iconic images that come to mind when we hear the word “coach” in the future?

The world’s favorite college football video game is back.  Today, EA Sports’ NCAA Football makes its annual return with its newest installment—NCAA Football 13. 

For years, EA’s NCAA Football series has stood near the top of the sports video game world and remains the only legitimate college football game on popular consoles.

Much is made of the series’ impressive statistics—over 500,000 copies sold several years in a row, offered on the most popular consoles and played all over the world—but what many do not talk about is the educational impact this series has had on those who play.

Many gamers credit the NCAA Football series with increasing their knowledge and understanding of the sport.

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