Although there is no NCAA College game, we still can simulate the Volunteers from an older one. Here is the 2018 Tennessee football season on NCAA 2014.
As Tennessee football gets set for a new era under a new head coach, we are in the midst of another July without the releasing of the current year’s EA Sports NCAA Football game. The last game released was NCAA 14 after a handful of players decided to sue EA Sports for “using their likeness.”
Honestly, the lawsuit, even though it was a “winner,” was one of the stupidest cases I’ve seen. And, not it’s not just because I loved playing the video game. However, that is another topic for another day. Give all the athletes a copy of the game for free. Boom, now can we have another updated game? Please?
Since we don’t have one and it doesn’t appear EA Sports is going to make another one, I plug in the old Xbox 360 and update my rosters each season. As the years go by, the graphics slowly start to look like I’m playing on a first-generation play station.
But, that doesn’t stop me. Year after year, I start a dynasty with Tennesee. I play for a few seasons, win a couple of National Championships, and I’m good. But, there is only so long you can do that.
Now that I write and there are so many questions around the Tennessee football program with new head coach Jeremy Pruitt, I thought it would be cool to simulate the season with the current updated rosters and see how the Vols fare.
In this post, we will break down each game with stats, takeaways, and our players of the game. Also, keeping you updated with the college football landscape. Before we jump into the season, let’s take a look at the current roster and what stands out to us.