Alabama pummeled Michigan 41-14 last season in Cowboys Stadium, but that doesn’t mean the stadium experience was just as ugly.
EA Sports finally recognized how neutral site games are a fabric of college football and will include that option in its release of NCAA Football 14—the same game that will feature former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson on the cover.
PastaPadre.com has the details:
The biggest games of the college football season require stadiums that fit their magnitude, and for the first time ever NCAA Football 14 will allow you to square off against opponents at neutral sites. For instance, start your season with LSU vs. TCU in Cowboys Stadium for the Cowboys Kickoff Classic, or Alabama vs. Virginia Tech in the Georgia Dome for the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. Soldier Field, MetLife Stadium and M&T Bank Stadium are also included in the game.
It’ll be pretty sweet to organize neutral site games in this year’s release. I can’t wait to pack 75,000 fans in MetLife Stadium for a matchup between UMass and Texas State.