Found April 18, 2013 on Crystal Ball Run:
The countdown is on until the release of EA Sports' NCAA Football 14 on July 9. In the meantime, EA Sports has been teasing what's new about the gameplay and presentation in their annual college football series. As usual, there are cosmetic changes coming to the game which will turn you into a screaming smash-your-controller-into-a-thousand-pieces lunatic if you try to play it online. This time, we'll look at the presentation. More Authentic Broadcast Feel In terms of presentation, the game will be more like an ESPN broadcast you watch on Saturdays. For instance, this year's edition includes new broadcast elements, including the ESPN Living Game Clock that provides key stats after each play and a new halftime show featuring Rece Davis and David Pollack. Also, Brad Nessler and Kirk Herbstreit focus on impact players and provide smart analysis on key moments throughout the game. Halftime Show? No thanks (this remains the only acceptable video game halftime...
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