EA Sports' NCAA Football 11 is now available in your favorite electronics store. There are a few new improvements to the game, including an online dynasty and upgraded visuals (playing the demo on X-Box 360 in HD was like watching a real game). But there are two especially that stand out for me.
I am on the record for saying that Florida 2010 will not be a fun season. Between John Brantley becoming The Man and working Andre Debose, Ronald Powell and Dominique Easley into the systems, there will be a lot of growing pains.
Here are our most memorable Florida Gators moments. We prefer to call them Classic Moments In Championship Mode.
We continue our series celebrating the start of college football season with EA Sports' NCAA Football 2011. Today, we want to hear about your favorite Gators.
You should take Florida Gators games seriously. Especially big games. On Alligator Army, we call those Championship Mode games.
Your all-time favorite team should mean something beyond wins and losses. More often than not, your favorite team will be successful, but there is honor in falling short after giving everything you had.
My family was one of the millions who came to Florida from "The North" in the 1980s and 1990s. My father's company was opening a new office in Tampa and my Dad couldn't pass up the weather, the salary and lack of a state income tax. We left Rockville Centre, New York, the same place the Donovans would leave seven years after we did.
To celebrate the return of college football and the release of EA Sports' NCAA Football 2011 on Tuesday, July 13, EA Sports is sponsoring a week of posts on Alligator Army and dozens of SBNation websites. The posts are to honor you; the fans of College Football.