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Top Five Denard Robinson Performances

NCAA Football 14 cover athlete Denard Robinson had many memorable performances while at Michigan, and EA SPORTS has narrowed them down to the top five.

Denard Robinson Wins NCAA Cover Vote

Michigan's Denard Robinson prevailed over Texas A&M's Ryan Swope to be crowned the cover athlete of NCAA Football 14. 

Robinson & Swope Reach Cover Vote Final

Michigan's Denard Robinson and Texas A&M's Ryan Swope will face off in the finals of the NCAA Football Cover Vote. Finals voting is now open through Friday, March 8.

Getting to Know: Denard Robinson

In our third interview with the NCAA Football Cover Vote semifinalists, the EA SPORTS team met with Denard Robinson to talk about his record-breaking career in Ann Arbor.

Getting to Know: Eddie Lacy

In our latest NCAA Football Cover Vote finalist interview, we sat down with Eddie Lacy to chat about "Roll Tide," the Iron Bowl, and Alabama's back-to-back titles.

Getting to Know: Kenjon Barner

In our first of four interviews with the NCAA Football Cover Vote semifinalists, we sat down with Kenjon Barner to discuss "Win The Day," conference titles, and those famous uniforms.

NCAA Football Cover Vote Names Top 4

The NCAA Football Cover Vote is down to just four cover athlete candidates, as Eddie Lacy, Denard Robinson, Kenjon Barner and Ryan Swope emerged from the last round. 

Eight Potential Cover Athletes Named

EA SPORTS officially announced the eight players that will represent their respective schools in the NCAA Football Cover Vote. Voting for the next round is now underway.

NCAA Football Cover Vote Unveils Top 8

The NCAA Football Cover Vote announced its eight finalists and the question remains: Can anybody stop the Alabama Crimson Tide? 

NCAA Football Cover Vote Down to 16

The NCAA Football Cover Vote is down to just 16 teams! Reigning national champion Alabama led all vote-getters in the latest round, while Navy continued their strong showing.

Notre Dame wins first round of NCAA Football Cover Vote

Round 1 of the NCAA Football Cover Vote is now officially complete with 32 schools emerging from the chaos to move on to Round 2. With more than 600,000 total votes cast, Notre Dame took the opening round by storm, claiming the most votes overall and landing themselves a spot in the next round alongside BCS National Championship opponent Alabama.

Notre Dame and Oregon lead in first round of NCAA Football Cover Vote

As the first round of voting enters the homestretch, Notre Dame and Oregon currently lead all schools in the quest to secure the next NCAA Football cover. Other powerhouses such as Alabama, Michigan and LSU also currently sit above the cut line, as do a few surprise upstarts like Clemson, Army and Navy. Fans of other teams still have a chance to pull off a comeback, as voting on the first round will continue through Monday.

NCAA Football Cover Vote

This year every school has a shot at the cover of NCAA Football. Cast your vote now on the EA SPORTS NCAA Football Facebook page to decide which school will move to the next round of voting!

NCAA Football 13 Holiday Offers

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EA SPORTS Now Offers the Mobile MVP Program

EA SPORTS has recently launched a new mobile service! The Mobile MVP sends you the latest NCAA® Football 13 and EA SPORTS news, announcements, and special offers straight to your mobile phone.

NCAA Football 13 October Title Update Details

Hello NCAA Football fans, Jason French, line producer for NCAA Football 13 back again to give you information on the next Title Update, which is scheduled to be released later this month.

EA SPORTS And NCAA Football Kick Off Annual Fellowship

EA SPORTS and NCAA Football today announced the return of their annual fellowship program that debuted last year, which provides former football student-athletes an opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of the games industry as well as the business of sports.

Online Rankings System Update

Hello, my name is Michael Weisbecker and I am one of the designers on NCAA Football 13. Recently, there have been some questions and concerns with online rankings and the points earned from head-to-head online games. I am here to give some insight into what we did, how it works, and to also outline a few post launch changes made.