FAQ/Strategy Guide by 91sportsfan
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Table of Contents
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NCAA1. Intro
   NCAA1A. Controls
NCAA2. Teams
NCAA3. Dynasty Mode
NCAA4. Road To Glory Mode
NCAA5. In-Game Trophies
   NCAA5A. Championships
   NCAA5B. Bowl Trophies
   NCAA5C. Awards
   NCAA5D. Rivalry Trophies
NCAA6. PS3 Trophies

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NCAA1. Intro
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This guide is very long. If you need to find something quickly use the "find"
function on your computer (Ctrl+F on Windows and most other PC's and Apple+F on
Macs) and type in the code that has what you are looking for and scroll
through.

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NCAA1A. Controls
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General Gameplay
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These controls work on both sides of the ball

Move Player: Left analog stick/D-Pad
Sprint: R2 button (Hold)
Switch Players (Pre-play): O button (Tap, moves along formation one player at a
time)/O button and Left analog stick (Hold, allows easier switching)
Coach Cam-Show Routes (Pre-play): R2 button and Right analog stick Up
Coach Cam-Show Performance Levels (Pre-play): R2 button and Right analog stick
Down
Coach Cam-Bluff Play Art (Pre-play): R2 button and Right analog stick
Left/Right
Player Lock (Pre-play): L3 button (Press again to unlock)
Show/Hide Pre-play Help: R3 button
Call Timeout: Select button
Pause Game: Start button

Offense-Hurry-up
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Hurry to Line of Scrimmage: X button (Hold after huddle break)
No Huddle Offense: Triangle button (Hold after whistle)

Offense-Line of Scrimmage
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Snap Ball: X button
Fake Snap: R1 button
Quiet Crowd: Right analog stick Down (Only works at home)
Send Man in Motion: O button (Tap to cycle through players) and Left analog
stick/D-Pad Left/Right
Flip Run Play Direction: Right analog stick Left/Right

Offense-Running with Ball
-------------------------
Hurdle: Triangle button
Spin Move: O button (Easier)/Right analog stick in downwards half-circle
Dive: Square button (Tap for QB slide)
Stiff Arm: X button
Protect Ball: R1 button (Hold)
Pitch Ball: L2 button (Hold)
Juke Left/Right: Right analog stick Left/Right
Truck: Right analog stick Up
Shield from Contact: Right analog stick Up, then roll Left/Right
High Step (Back Juke): Right analog stick Down

Offense-QB Option
-----------------
Pitch Ball: L2 button (Hold)
Fake Pitch: L1 button
Give to Fullback (Triple Option): X button (Hold during handoff)

Offense-Passing
---------------
After the receiver has caught the ball, or you choose to scramble with the QB,
controls switch to Running

Throw to Receiver: Square, X, O, Triangle, or L1 buttons (Tap for a lob, Hold
for bullet)
Throw Away: R1 button
Pump Fake: Right analog stick 
Tuck and Run: R2 button (Hold)

Offense-Catching/Pass Defense
-----------------------------
Switch Players: O button (Switches to player closest to ball)
Catch: Triangle button
Diving Catch: Square button
Strafe (Defense only): L2 button (Hold)
Swat Ball (Defense only): L1 button
Big Hit (Defense only): Right analog stick Up

Hot Routes
----------
To call a Hot Route, press Triangle, then the button corresponding to the
receiver whose route you wish to change. Then choose the Hot Route:

Fly Pattern: Left analog stick Up
Curl Pattern: Left analog stick Down
In/Out Pattern Left/Right: Left analog stick Left/Right
Fade Route: Right analog stick Up
Drag Route: Right analog stick Down
Slant Route Left/Right: Right analog stick Left/Right
Use Player to Block Left/Right: L2/R2 buttons
Smart Route: R1 button (Extend routes beyond First Down marker, if possible)
Cancel Hot Route: O button

Linemen Slide Protection
------------------------
To have the Linemen slid protect, press L2 and choose from the following
assignments:

Slide Left/Right: Left analog stick Left/Right
Pinch/Aggressive: Left analog stick: Down/Up
Original Protection: L2 button (Hold)
Cancel: O button

Defense-Line of Scrimmage
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Jump the Snap: Right analog stick Down
Pump up the Crowd: Right analog Stick Up (Only works at home)
Defensive Keys (Shift Coverage): L2 button (Hold), then move the Left analog
stick Up/Down/Left/Right
Defensive Keys (Run Left/Run Right/Run Mid/Pass): L2 button (Hold), then move
the Right analog stick Left/Right/Up/Down
Defensive Keys (Key Receiver): L2 button (Hold), then press Square, Triangle,
X, O, or L1 buttons depending on which receiver you want to spotlight

Defense-In Pursuit/Tackling
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Defensive Assist: X button
Switch Players: O button
Dive: Square button
Strip Ball: L1 button
Strafe: L2 button
Hit Stick: Right analog stick Up (Hit High)/Down (Cut Low)

Defense-While Engaged
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Hands Up: Right analog stick Up
Special Move Left: Right analog stick Left
Special Move Right: Right analog stick Right
Power Move: Right analog stick Down

Defensive Hot Routes
--------------------
To call a Defensive Hot Route, press the O button and highlight your desired
defender. Then press the X button and one of the following controls:

Hook Zone: Left analog stick Up
QB Contain: Left analog stick Down
Man Coverage: Left analog stick Left, followed by receiver's icon
Buzz Zone: Left analog stick Right
Blitz: Right analog stick Down
Deep Zone: Right analog stick Up
QB Spy: Right analog stick Left
Flat Zone: Right analog stick Right
Cancel Hot Route: O button

Coverage Audibles
-----------------
To call a Coverage Audible, press Triangle, then one of the following:

Show Blitz/Man Align: Left analog stick Left/Right
Back Off/Press: Left analog stick Up/Down
Safety Zone Shade Left/Right: Right analog stick Left/Right
Safety Shade Inside/Outside: Right analog stick Up/Down
Cancel Coverage Audible: O button

Linebacker Audibles
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To call a Linebacker Audible, press the R1 button, then one of the following: 

Shift Left/Right: Left analog stick Left/Right
Spread/Pinch: Left analog stick Up/Down
Blitz Left/Right/All: Right analog stick: Left/Right/Down
LB Zone (Call off Blitz): Right analog stick Up
Cancel Linebacker Audible: O button

Defensive Line Audibles
-----------------------
To call a Defensive Line Audible, press the L1 button, then one of the
following: 

Shift Left/Right: Left analog stick Left/Right
Spread/Pinch: Left analog stick Up/Down
Crash Left/Right/Middle: Right analog stick Left/Right/Down
Outside Contain Rush: Right analog stick Up
Cancel Defensive Line Audible: O button

Special Teams-Kicking/Punting/Returning
---------------------------------------
Adjust Height/Direction: Left analog stick
Adjust Power/Accuracy: Right analog stick Down (Until desired Power), then
Right analog stick Up towards desired direction
Fair Catch: Triangle button
Kneel in End Zone (Touchback): When catching the ball in the end zone, remain
still for a few seconds and the player will take a knee

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NCAA2. Teams
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All 120 Division 1-A (FBS) Schools are featured in this game. There are also
about 8 FCS Teams, but they can only be played in Dynasty and Road to Glory
Modes. Each team has their own Playbook and run one of eight offensive schemes.
The different offensive schemes are Air Raid, Option, Spread, Multiple, Pro,
One Back, Pistol, and Run and Shoot. The letter grades provided for each team
are taken from the Preseason Polls in the first season of Dynasty Mode. The
number values for Overall, Offense, and Defense are taken from the Team Select
portion of Dynasty. The number values help to determine which team has the
advantage in the Overall, Offense, and Defense categories. Special Teams values
are not provided. The Stars represent the school's prestige level. The more
Stars, the more prestigious the school is the easier it is to recruit better
players in Dynasty Mode. 

Air Force Falcons
Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO
Stadium: Falcon Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Option
Mountain West Conference
Overall: C (75)
Offense: C+ (78)
Defense: C (74)
Special Teams: C+

Akron Zips
Hometown: Akron, OH
Stadium: Rubber Bowl
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Mid-American Conference-East Division
Overall: D (64)
Offense: D (65)
Defense: D+ (67)
Special Teams: D+

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide
Hometown: Tuscaloosa, AL
Stadium: Bryant-Denny Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Southeastern Conference-West Division
Overall: A+ (99)
Offense: A+ (99)
Defense: A+ (99)
Special Teams: C+

Arizona Wildcats
Hometown: Tucson, AZ
Stadium: Arizona Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B- (83)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B- (80)
Special Teams: B-

Arizona State Sun Devils
Hometown: Tempe, AZ
Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B (85)
Offense: B- (82)
Defense: B+ (89)
Special Teams: A

#20 Arkansas Razorbacks
Hometown: Fayetteville, AR
Stadium: DW Reynolds Razorback Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Southeastern Conference-West Division
Overall: B+ (90)
Offense: A (96)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B+

Arkansas State Red Wolves
Hometown: Jonesboro, AR
Stadium: ASU Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Multiple
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: D+ (66)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: D+ (68)
Special Teams: C-

Army Black Knights
Hometown: West Point, NY
Stadium: Michie Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Option
Independent
Overall: D+ (66)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: D+ (68)
Special Teams: C

Auburn Tigers
Hometown: Auburn, AL
Stadium: Jordan-Hare Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Southeastern Conference-West Division
Overall: B (87)
Offense: B+ (89)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: A-

Ball State Cardinals
Hometown: Muncie, IN
Stadium: Scheumann Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Mid-American Conference-West Division
Overall: D (64)
Offense: D+ (66)
Defense: D (64)
Special Teams: C

Baylor Bears
Hometown: Waco, TX
Stadium: Floyd Casey Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big 12 Conference-South Division
Overall: B- (82)
Offense: B (86)
Defense: C+ (79)
Special Teams: B-

#5 Boise State Broncos
Hometown: Boise, ID
Stadium: Bronco Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: A- (93)
Offense: A+ (97)
Defense: B+ (90)
Special Teams: B

Boston College Eagles
Hometown: Chestnut Hill, MA
Stadium: Alumni Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Atlantic Coast Conference-Atlantic Division
Overall: B (87)
Offense: B+ (89)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: B-

Bowling Green Falcons
Hometown: Bowling Green, OH
Stadium: Doyt L. Perry Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mid-American Conference-East Division
Overall: D+ (66)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: D+ (68)
Special Teams: C-

Buffalo Bulls
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Stadium: UB Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mid-American Conference-East Division
Overall: D+ (66)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: C- (69)
Special Teams: C+

BYU Cougars
Hometown: Provo, UT
Stadium: Lavell Edwards Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Mountain West Conference
Overall: B (86)
Offense: B (87)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B

Cal Golden Bears
Hometown: Berkeley, CA
Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B (87)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: B+

Central Michigan Chippewas
Hometown: Mount Pleasant, MI
Stadium: Kelly-Shorts Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mid-American Conference-West Division
Overall: C+ (76)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: C+ (79)
Special Teams: B

#24 Cincinnati Bearcats
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Stadium: Nippert Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big East Conference
Overall: B (85)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B- (81)
Special Teams: B

Clemson Tigers
Hometown: Clemson, SC
Stadium: Clemson Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Atlantic Coast Conference-Atlantic Division
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B+ (90)
Special Teams: B+

Colorado Buffaloes
Hometown: Boulder, CO
Stadium: Folsom Field
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big 12 Conference-North Division
Overall: B- (82)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: B- (81)
Special Teams: B-

Colorado State Rams
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
Stadium: Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Mountain West Conference
Overall: C+ (76)
Offense: B- (80)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: B-

Connecticut Huskies
Hometown: East Hartford, CT
Stadium: Rentschler Field
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big East Conference
Overall: C+ (79)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: C+ (78)
Special Teams: B

Duke Blue Devils
Hometown: Durham, NC
Stadium: Wallace Wade Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Atlantic Coast Conference-Coastal Division
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (80)
Defense: C+ (78)
Special Teams: B

ECU Pirates
Hometown: Greenville, NC
Stadium: Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Conference USA-East Division
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: C (75)
Special Teams: B

Eastern Michigan Eagles
Hometown: Ypsilanti, MI
Stadium: Rynearson Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: One Back
Mid-American Conference-West Division
Overall: D (60)
Offense: D (60)
Defense: D (63)
Special Teams: C

#6 Florida Gators
Hometown: Gainesville, FL
Stadium: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Southeastern Conference-East Division
Overall: A- (92)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: A- (92)
Special Teams: A-

Florida Atlantic Owls
Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Stadium: Lockhart Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Pro
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: D (65)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: D (64)
Special Teams: B

FIU Golden Panthers
Hometown: Miami, FL
Stadium: FIU Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: D (65)
Offense: D+ (66)
Defense: D+ (67)
Special Teams: C

#21 Florida State Seminoles
Hometown: Tallahassee, FL
Stadium: Doak Campbell Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Atlantic Coast Conference-Atlantic Division
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (93)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B+

Fresno State Bulldogs
Hometown: Fresno, CA
Stadium: Bulldog Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (82)
Defense: C (75)
Special Teams: A+

Georgia Bulldogs
Hometown: Athens, GA
Stadium: Sanford Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Southeastern Conference-East Division
Overall: B+ (90)
Offense: A- (93)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: A

#12 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Stadium: Bobby Dodd Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Option
Atlantic Coast Conference-Coastal Division
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B+ (89)
Special Teams: B+

Hawai'i Warriors
Hometown: Honolulu. HI
Stadium: Aloha Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Run and Shoot
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: C (73)
Offense: C+ (76)
Defense: C (73)
Special Teams: B

#25 Houston Cougars
Hometown: Houston, TX
Stadium: Robertson Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Conference USA-West Division
Overall: B- (80)
Offense: B+ (89)
Defense: C (74)
Special Teams: B+ 

Idaho Vandals
Hometown: Moscow, ID
Stadium: Kibbie Dome
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: One Back
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: C- (69)
Offense: C (72)
Defense: C- (69)
Special Teams: C

Illinois Fighting Illini
Hometown: Champaign, IL
Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big Ten Conference
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: C+ (79)
Defense: C+ (79)
Special Teams: B

Indiana Hoosiers
Hometown: Bloomington, IN
Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Pistol
Big Ten Conference
Overall: B- (80)
Offense: B (87)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: B+

#10 Iowa Hawkeyes
Hometown: Iowa City, IA
Stadium: Kinnick Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big Ten Conference
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B+ (89)
Special Teams: A

Iowa State Cyclones
Hometown: Ames, IA
Stadium: Jack Trice Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big 12 Conference-North Division
Overall: B- (83)
Offense: B (86)
Defense: B- (81)
Special Teams: B-

Kansas Jayhawks
Hometown: Lawrence, KS
Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Big 12 Conference-North Division
Overall: B- (82)
Offense: B- (82)
Defense: B- (83)
Special Teams: B

Kansas State Wildcats
Hometown: Manhattan, KS
Stadium: Bill Snyder Family Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Big 12 Conference-North Division
Overall: B- (80)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: B- (80)
Special Teams: B

Kent State Golden Flashes
Hometown: Kent, OH
Stadium: Dix Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Mid-American Conference-East Division
Overall: D (65)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: D+ (66)
Special Teams: C-

Kentucky Wildcats
Hometown: Lexington, KY
Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Southeastern Conference-East Division
Overall: B- (82)
Offense: B (85)
Defense: B- (81)
Special Teams: B

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Hometown: Ruston, LA
Stadium: Joe Aillet Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: C- (69)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: D+ (68)
Special Teams: C

Louisville Cardinals
Hometown: Louisville, KY
Stadium: Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big East Conference
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: B+

#17 LSU Tigers
Hometown: Baton Rouge, LA
Stadium: Tiger Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Southeastern Conference-West Division
Overall: A- (92)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: A- (92)
Special Teams: A

Marshall Thundering Herd
Hometown: Huntington, WV
Stadium: Joan C. Edwards Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Conference USA-East Division
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (80)
Defense: C+ (78)
Special Teams: C+

Maryland Terrapins
Hometown: College Park, MD
Stadium: Byrd Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Atlantic Coast Conference-Atlantic Division
Overall: B- (82)
Offense: B (85)
Defense: B- (81)
Special Teams: B

Memphis Tigers
Hometown: Memphis, TN
Stadium: Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Conference USA-East Division
Overall: C (73)
Offense: C+ (78)
Defense: C (73)
Special Teams: C+

#14 Miami Hurricanes
Hometown: Miami, FL
Stadium: Miami Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Atlantic Coast Conference-Coastal Division
Overall: A- (92)
Offense: A (94)
Defense: B+ (91)
Special Teams: A

Miami University Redhawks
Hometown: Oxford, OH
Stadium: Fred C. Yager Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Mid-American Conference-East Division
Overall: D (65)
Offense: D+ (66)
Defense: C- (69)
Special Teams: D+

Michigan Wolverines
Hometown: Ann Arbor, MI
Stadium: Michigan Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big Ten Conference
Overall: B (87)
Offense: B+ (89)
Defense: B (86)
Special Teams: B

Michigan State Spartans
Hometown: East Lansing, MI
Stadium: Spartan Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big Ten Conference
Overall: B (86)
Offense: B+ (89)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B

Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders
Hometown: Murfreesboro, TN
Stadium: Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Air Raid
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: C (75)
Offense: C+ (76)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: C+

Minnesota Golden Gophers
Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Stadium: TCF Bank Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big Ten Conference
Overall: B (85)
Offense: B (87)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B

Mississippi State Bulldogs
Hometown: Starkville, MS
Stadium: Davis Wade Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Southeastern Conference-West Division
Overall: B (86)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: B+ (89)
Special Teams: B+

Missouri Tigers
Hometown: Columbia, MO
Stadium: Faurot Field
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big 12 Conference-North Division
Overall: B (85)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B- (81)
Special Teams: A

Navy Midshipmen
Hometown: Annapolis, MD
Stadium: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Option
Independent
Overall: C+ (79)
Offense: B (85)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: B-

NC State Wolfpack
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Stadium: Carter-Finley Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Atlantic Coast Conference-Atlantic Division
Overall: B- (80)
Offense: B (86)
Defense: C+ (78)
Special Teams: B

#9 Nebraska Cornhuskers
Hometown: Lincoln, NE
Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big 12 Conference-North Division
Overall: B+ (90)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B+ (90)
Special Teams: A+

Nevada Wolf Pack
Hometown: Reno, NV
Stadium: Mackay Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Pistol
Mountain West Conference
Overall: C+ (79)
Offense: B (86)
Defense: C (74)
Special Teams: B-

New Mexico Lobos
Hometown: Albuquerque, NM
Stadium: University Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mountain West Conference
Overall: D+ (68)
Offense: D+ (68)
Defense: C (73)
Special Teams: B+ 

New Mexico State Aggies
Hometown: Las Cruces, NM
Stadium: Aggie Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: D (64)
Offense: D+ (66)
Defense: D (64)
Special Teams: C-

#22 North Carolina Tar Heels
Hometown: Chapel Hill, NC
Stadium: Kenan Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Atlantic Coast Conference-Coastal Division
Overall: A- (92)
Offense: B (87)
Defense: A (95)
Special Teams: A-

North Texas Mean Green
Hometown: Denton, TX
Stadium: Fouts Field
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: C- (69)
Offense: C (72)
Defense: C- (69)
Special Teams: C

Northern Illinois Huskies
Hometown: Dekalb, IL
Stadium: Huskie Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Mid-American Conference-West Division
Overall: C (73)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: C (75)
Special Teams: C

Northwestern Wildcats
Hometown: Evanston, IL
Stadium: Ryan Field
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big Ten Conference
Overall: B- (82)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: B (84)
Special Teams: B+

Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Hometown: South Bend, IN
Stadium: Notre Dame Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Independent
Overall: B (86)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B+

Ohio Bobcats
Hometown: Athens, OH
Stadium: Peden Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Pistol
Mid-American Conference-East Division
Overall: C- (71)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: C- (70)
Special Teams: B

#2 Ohio State Buckeyes
Hometown: Columbus, OH
Stadium: Ohio Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Big Ten Conference
Overall: A (96)
Offense: A+ (97)
Defense: A (95)
Special Teams: B+

#15 Oklahoma Sooners
Hometown: Norman, OK
Stadium: Gaylord-Oklahoma Memorial
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Big 12 Conference-South Division
Overall: A (94)
Offense: A (96)
Defense: A- (92)
Special Teams: B+

Oklahoma State Cowboys
Hometown: Stillwater, OK
Stadium: Boone Pickens Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Big 12 Conference-South Division
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: B+

Ole Miss Rebels
Hometown: Oxford, MS
Stadium: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Southeastern Conference-West Division
Overall: B (87)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: B

#4 Oregon Ducks
Hometown: Eugene, OR
Stadium: Autzen Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B+ (90)
Offense: A- (93)
Defense: B+ (89)
Special Teams: A-

#19 Oregon State Beavers
Hometown: Corvallis, OR
Stadium: Reser Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: A

#18 Penn State Nittany Lions
Hometown: University Park, PA
Stadium: Beaver Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Big Ten Conference
Overall: A- (92)
Offense: A (94)
Defense: B+ (90)
Special Teams: B

#16 Pittsburgh Panthers
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Stadium: Heinz Field
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big East Conference
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: B+

Purdue Boilermakers
Hometown: West Lafayette, IN
Stadium: Ross-Ade Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Big Ten Conference
Overall: B- (83)
Offense: B (86)
Defense: B- (83)
Special Teams: B+

Rice Owls
Hometown: Houston, TX
Stadium: Rice Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Conference USA-West Division
Overall: D (64)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: D+ (66)
Special Teams: C-

Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Hometown: Piscataway, NJ
Stadium: Rutgers Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big East Conference
Overall: B (85)
Offense: B+ (89)
Defense: B (84)
Special Teams: B+

San Diego State Aztecs
Hometown: San Diego, CA
Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Pro
Mountain West Conference
Overall: C (72)
Offense: C+ (76)
Defense: C (72)
Special Teams: B-

San Jose State Spartans
Hometown: San Jose, CA
Stadium: Spartan Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Multiple
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: D (62)
Offense: D (64)
Defense: D+ (66)
Special Teams: D

SMU Mustangs
Hometown: Dallas, TX
Stadium: Gerald J. Ford Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Run and Shoot
Conference USA-West Division
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: C+ (79)
Defense: C+ (78)
Special Teams: B+

South Carolina Gamecocks
Hometown: Columbia, SC
Stadium: Williams-Brice Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Southeastern Conference-East Division
Overall: B (85)
Offense: B (86)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B+

Southern Miss Golden Eagles
Hometown: Hattiesburg, MS
Stadium: M. M. Roberts Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Conference USA-East Division
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: C+

Stanford Cardinal
Hometown: Stanford, CA
Stadium: Stanford Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B+ (90)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B+ (89)
Special Teams: B-

Syracuse Orange
Hometown: Syracuse, NY
Stadium: Carrier Dome
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big East Conference
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (80)
Defense: C+ (79)
Special Teams: B+

#8 TCU Horned Frogs
Hometown: Fort Worth, TX
Stadium: Amon G. Carter Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mountain West Conference
Overall: B+ (90)
Offense: A (96)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: B+

Temple Owls
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Mid-American Conference-East Division
Overall: C (73)
Offense: C+ (78)
Defense: C (73)
Special Teams: B-

Tennessee Volunteers
Hometown: Knoxville, TN
Stadium: Neyland Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Southeastern Conference-East Division
Overall: B (86)
Offense: B (86)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: A

#3 Texas Longhorns
Hometown: Austin, TX
Stadium: DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big 12 Conference-South Division
Overall: A- (93)
Offense: A (94)
Defense: A- (92)
Special Teams: B+

Texas A&M Aggies
Hometown: College Station, TX
Stadium: Kyle Field
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big 12 Conference-South Division
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (93)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B

Texas Tech Red Raiders
Hometown: Lubbock, TX
Stadium: Jones AT&T Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Big 12 Conference-South Division
Overall: B (87)
Offense: A- (93)
Defense: B- (83)
Special Teams: B+

Toledo Rockets
Hometown: Toledo, OH
Stadium: Glass Bowl
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mid-American Conference-West Division
Overall: C- (71)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: C- (70)
Special Teams: B-

Troy Trojans
Hometown: Troy, AL
Stadium: Movie Gallery Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Air Raid
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: C (75)
Offense: B- (80)
Defense: C (73)
Special Teams: B

Tulane Green Wave
Hometown: New Orleans, LA
Stadium: Louisiana Superdome
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Pro
Conference USA-West Division
Overall: D+ (68)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: C- (70)
Special Teams: C

Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Hometown: Tulsa, OK
Stadium: Skelly Field at H. A. Chapman Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Conference USA-West Division
Overall: C+ (78)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: C (75)
Special Teams: B

UAB Blazers
Hometown: Birmingham, AL
Stadium: Legion Field
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Conference USA-East Division
Overall: C+ (76)
Offense: C+ (76)
Defense: C+ (78)
Special Teams: C+

UCF Knights
Hometown: Orlando, FL
Stadium: Bright House Networks Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Conference USA-East Division
Overall: B- (83)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: B (84)
Special Teams: B

UCLA Bruins
Hometown: Pasadena, CA
Stadium: UCLA Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B- (80)
Offense: B (85)
Defense: B- (80)
Special Teams: A+

UL Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Hometown: Lafayette, LA
Stadium: Cajun Field
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: C- (71)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: C- (70)
Special Teams: C+

UL Monroe Warhawks
Hometown: Monroe, LA
Stadium: Malone Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: D (64)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: D (64)
Special Teams: D+

UNLV Rebels
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Mountain West Conference
Overall: C- (71)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: C- (70)
Special Teams: C+

#13 USC Trojans
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Stadium: USC Stadium
Prestige: 6 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: A- (92)
Offense: A (94)
Defense: B+ (91)
Special Teams: B-

USF Bulls
Hometown: Tampa, FL
Stadium: Raymond James Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big East Conference
Overall: C+ (79)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: C+ (79)
Special Teams: C+

#23 Utah Utes
Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT
Stadium: Rice-Eccles Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mountain West Conference
Overall: B (86)
Offense: B+ (90)
Defense: B (85)
Special Teams: B+

Utah State Aggies
Hometown: Logan, UT
Stadium: Romney Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Spread
Western Athletic Conference
Overall: D+ (66)
Offense: C- (71)
Defense: D+ (67)
Special Teams: C+

UTEP Miners
Hometown: El Paso, TX
Stadium: Sun Bowl
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Conference USA-West Division
Overall: C (73)
Offense: B- (82)
Defense: C- (69)
Special Teams: B+

Vanderbilt Commodores
Hometown: Nashville, TN
Stadium: Vanderbilt Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Southeastern Conference-East Division
Overall: B- (82)
Offense: B (85)
Defense: B- (81)
Special Teams: B

Virginia Cavaliers
Hometown: Charlottesville, VA
Stadium: Scott Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Atlantic Coast Conference-Coastal Division
Overall: B- (80)
Offense: C+ (79)
Defense: B (84)
Special Teams: B

#7 Virginia Tech Hokies
Hometown: Blacksburg, VA
Stadium: Lane Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Atlantic Coast Conference-Coastal Division
Overall: B+ (90)
Offense: A (96)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: A-

Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Hometown: Winston-Salem, NC
Stadium: BB&T Field
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Multiple
Atlantic Coast Conference-Atlantic Division
Overall: B- (83)
Offense: B (85)
Defense: B (84)
Special Teams: B-

Washington Huskies
Hometown: Seattle, WA
Stadium: Husky Stadium
Prestige: 3 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (93)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: B

Washington State Cougars
Hometown: Pullman, WA
Stadium: Martin Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: One Back
Pacific-10 Conference
Overall: C+ (79)
Offense: B- (83)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: C+

West Virginia Mountaineers
Hometown: Morgantown, WV
Stadium: Milan Puskar Stadium
Prestige: 5 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Big East Conference
Overall: B+ (89)
Offense: A- (92)
Defense: B+ (88)
Special Teams: A

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Hometown: Bowling Green, KY
Stadium: L. T. Smith Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Pro
Sun Belt Conference
Overall: D (60)
Offense: D (65)
Defense: D (60)
Special Teams: C-

Western Michigan Broncos
Hometown: Kalamazoo, MI
Stadium: Waldo Stadium
Prestige: 1 Star
Play Style: Pro
Mid-American Conference-West Division
Overall: C- (71)
Offense: C (75)
Defense: C- (70)
Special Teams: C+

#11 Wisconsin Badgers
Hometown: Madison, WI
Stadium: Camp Randall Stadium
Prestige: 4 Stars
Play Style: Pro
Big Ten Conference
Overall: A- (92)
Offense: A (96)
Defense: B+ (89)
Special Teams: B+

Wyoming Cowboys
Hometown: Laramie, WY
Stadium: War Memorial Stadium
Prestige: 2 Stars
Play Style: Spread
Mountain West Conference
Overall: C (72)
Offense: C- (69)
Defense: C+ (77)
Special Teams: C+

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NCAA3. Dynasty Mode
===================
In Dynasty Mode, you can take your favorite schools through seasons and
seasons, coaching them about as long as Joe Paterno has been at the helm of
Penn State. 

Starting Out
------------
When you first start a new Dynasty Mode, you will first need to choose your
team. You are able to choose from all 120 Division 1-A programs. Whatever team
you choose as your favorite team will be the team that first pops up. You can
control up to 12 different schools at once, but you will only be able to earn
Dynasty Mode-related Trophies if you control only one school. Once you choose
your first school, you will be taken to the Dynasty Settings menu. To add more
teams, scroll down to the User Team(s) option and press the X button. You will
be able to add up to 11 programs to the one you have already selected to
control. Also at the Settings Menu, you can import one of your TeamBuilder
schools that you created. You can also move teams around in Custom Conferences,
for those who may want to turn the Big Ten into the Big 12. Once you are ready,
you can start your Dynasty.

Preseason
---------
Here you can get started on Recruiting, and play with the roster for the
upcoming season. When you first try Recruiting, and this will happen every
Preseason, you will be asked if you would like to create any recruits yourself.
If you choose not to, you can skip to choosing the players you wish to start
recruiting. The middle option on the far left side once you start Recruiting is
Team Overview. It will tell you what positions you will need to fill by next
season and how many players you need at that position. It is always a good idea
to at least try and recruit one or two players at those positions. 

Now, to start looking at recruits. This is where Prestige comes into play. Each
school has a Prestige level from 1 to 6, 6 being the best. The better your
school's Prestige, the better chances you have of landing better recruits. For
example, USC has a better chance of landing 5-Star recruits than Washington,
and in bigger numbers. If your school has a Prestige of 5 or 6 Stars, you will
find plenty of recruits on the ESPNU 150 list. Usually, this list will be
comprised of only 4- and 5-Star recruits. When looking at recruits to add to
your Board, look for recruits who have a green circle next to their rank. Any
recruit with a green circle means that they have at least some interest in
playing for you. Underneath their personal stats (Name, Position, Hometown),
will be the Top 3 school that player is interested in. If you see your school's
name on his Top 3 list, you should add them to your Board. Your Board can only
have 35 names on it at any time, so choose wisely. Any open spots on the
Recruit Board will be filled automatically once the season starts.

You can also set your Depth Chart so that the players you want starting do
start. You can also Redshirt players on the Preseason Menu. Before you start
the season, you can also look at your schedule and change it around anyway you
like. The only parts of your schedule that you can change are the
out-of-conference games (Unless your Independent and have no Conference). For
the out-of-conference games, you can change the opponent you play that week,
where you play, and which week you face them. Any school that is scheduled to
play a school from Division 1-AA (FCS), will face one of the FCS schools from
the same region. All games against FCS schools will be Home games for your
team. Once everything is the way you want it to be, go ahead start the Season

Regular Season
--------------
Each week, you can play the game for that week (Provided it isn't a bye week),
work on recruiting, look at who's in the running for the Heisman, and keep up
on the Top 25. Recruiting players has changed compared to NCAA 10. When you
call players, you will be able to choose how long you wish to talk with them.
It can range from a 10-minute, one topic call to a 60-minute, six topic call.
However, choose the recruits you wish to call and the time spent on the call
wisely; you are only allowed 10 hours each week. If you advance to the next
week without doing recruiting, the computer will do the recruiting for you, as
long as it is set that way. Once you make it through the Regular Season, it is
time for the Bowl Games

To be eligible to play in a Bowl game, you need to win at least 6 games. The
more games you win, the better Bowl game you get into. There are 34 Bowl Games,
including the BCS National Championship Game. You are able to play each and
every Bowl game, even if your team isn't in it. Under the ESPN headline, there
is an option to see all the Bowl Games. If you play and win all 34 Games, you
will receive the "Treasure Hunter" Trophy. You don't have to play the entire
game, you can Super Sim to the 4th Quarter, play as the team that is winning,
and as long as that team wins, you will get credit for the win. As long as you
are rewarded with the Bowl Trophy, it will count. After playing in the Bowl
Games, you will be asked about your job as coach. If you performed well, you
may be granted an extension. If you didn't perform to the expectations set at
the beginning of the season, you may not be asked about an extension. Other
schools can also offer you the coaching job at their school

Off-Season
----------
When you first advance to the Off-Season, your first task is to deal with are
players who are leaving. All the Seniors will graduate and can't be brought
back. Juniors and Sophomores who try to leave will either go to the Pro Draft
or Transfer to another school. You can send anywhere from 10 to 60 minutes
persuading them to stay. You will only have 10 hours max to work with, but you
shouldn't have too many who try to go Pro or Transfer. If a player chooses to
leave, there is nothing else you can do to convince to stay. If a player says
that he hasn't made up his mind yet, you can spend more time with him to
convince him to stay. If you can convince a Junior or Sophomore with an overall
of 95 or higher to stay, you will receive the Trophy "Don't Call It a
Comeback".

After dealing with players who are leaving, you will be able to see any players
who want to transfer to your school. After processing Transfer Requests, you
will then have 6 weeks to convince recruits to come to your school. Just like
recruiting in the Regular Season, you will have 10 hours to work with each
week. You will also have the amount of scholarships remaining that you did at
the end of the Season. After the 6th week, you will arrive at Signing Day,
where you can review the recruits that committed to your school. You can also
see how your school's draft class ranked among all the other schools. 

After Signing Day, you will be allowed to change your player's positions. If
you still have any open positions, try to fill them using players from
positions where there are plenty of back-ups. You will then be able to view
Training Results and see which players got better over the Off-Season. Then you
will have to cut players, only if you have more than 70 players on your roster.
If you don't, you don't need to cut anyone. If you do, it is recommended to cut
players with lower overalls from positions with a few back-ups. Once you are
down to 70 players, you can advance to the Preseason. 

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NCAA4. Road To Glory Mode
=========================
In Road To Glory, you can take one player through his entire college career.
Throughout his career, ESPN analyst Erin Andrews will chronicle your
Superstar's highlights in the Road To Glory segment. 

Choosing the Superstar
----------------------
You can either choose to be a current college player, or you can create your
own Superstar. If you choose to be a current player, you will become that
player at that point in his career (If he is a Junior, you will play his Junior
and Senior year). If you choose to create your own Superstar, you will be able
to choose who he is, where he is from, and everything else about him. You will
then enter the State Playoffs in your home state. If you do well in each game,
your own Prestige will increase. If you win the State Playoffs and do well in
each game, you will most likely be a 5-Star recruit. You will then need to
choose which school you want to go to. Each school listed will tell you where
you rank on their Depth Chart should you go to their school. 

Freshman Year
-------------
Now that you have chosen your school, it is time for the Regular Season. If the
school you chose made you their Starter from the beginning, you don't need to
worry about participating in Practice. If you aren't the Starter, you will need
to do well in Practice to move up the Depth Chart. Each Practice session is 10
plays long. After you have earned enough points to become the Starter, you can
stop participating in Practice. Once you have the Starting role, you can't lose
it. For the Evening Event, you can choose from Going to the Library, Hitting
the Gym, Visiting the Trainer, or Studying your Playbook. It is advised to Go
to the Library once or twice a week, because if your GPA drops below 2.0, you
won't be able to play. You can check your GPA by going to My Career and
scrolling down to Academics

In each game, the coach will call all the plays. You will only participate in
plays that your Superstar is in. If you don't like the play, you can press the
Triangle button to skip the play. The better you do in each game, the more
Legend Points you will earn. Legend Points help you advance up your school's,
Conference's, and the NCAA's Leaderboards. The amount of Legend Points you need
to crack your school's and Conference's Leaderboards depend on the position you
play and the Conference you play in. Once your player reaches the end of his
Junior year, you can choose to go Pro or stay for your Senior year.

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NCAA5. In-Game Trophies
=======================
The In-game Trophies consist of the Trophies you earn based on your players and
teams performances. There are Trophies for winning the Conferences, Bowl Games,
winning position Trophies, and Rivalry Games

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NCAA5A. Championships
=====================

Trophy: BCS National Championship
You must win the BCS National Championship Game, played between the teams
ranked #1 and #2 in the BCS Standings at the end of the season

Trophy: ACC Championship
You must win the ACC Championship Game, played between the teams with the best
Conference records in the Coastal and Atlantic Divisions

Trophy: Big Ten Championship
You must finish with, or tie for, the best Conference record in the Big Ten
Conference

Trophy: Big 12 Championship
You must win the Big 12 Championship Game, played between the teams with the
best Conference records in the North and South Divisions

Trophy: Big East Championship
You must finish with, or tie for, the best Conference record in the Big East
Conference

Trophy: C-USA Championship
You must win the Conference USA Championship Game, played between the teams
with the best Conference records in the East and West Divisions

Trophy: MAC Championship
You must win the Mid-American Conference Championship Game, played between the
teams with the best Conference records in the East and West Divisions

Trophy: Mountain West Championship
You must finish with, or tie for, the best record in the Mountain West
Conference

Trophy: Pac-10 Championship
You must finish with, or tie for, the best Conference record in the Pacific-10
Conference

Trophy: SEC Championship
You must win the Southeastern Conference Championship Game, played between the
teams with the best Conference records in the East and West Divisions

Trophy: Sun Belt Championship
You must finish with, or tie for, the best Conference record in the Sun Belt
Conference

Trophy: WAC Championship
You must finish with, or tie for, the best Conference record in the Western
Athletic Conference

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NCAA5B. Bowl Trophies
=====================
For the Bowl Game Trophies, you must win the individual Bowl Games. You can
play all 34 in Dynasty Mode by scrolling down to the Bowl Games option under
the ESPN Headline

Trophy: Alamo Bowl

Trophy: AutoZone Liberty Bowl

Trophy: AT&T Cotton Bowl

Trophy: Fiesta Bowl

Trophy: Capital One Bowl

Trophy: Gator Bowl

Trophy: GMAC Bowl

Trophy: Holiday Bowl

Trophy: Texas Bowl

Trophy: Roady's Humanitarian Bowl

Trophy: Independence Bowl

Trophy: Insight Bowl

Trophy: Las Vegas Bowl

Trophy: Little Caesars Pizza Bowl

Trophy: Music City Bowl

Trophy: New Orleans Bowl

Trophy: Orange Bowl

Trophy: Outback Bowl

Trophy: Chick-Fil-A Bowl

Trophy: Rose Bowl

Trophy: Emerald Bowl

Trophy: Armed Forces Bowl

Trophy: Poinsettia Bowl

Trophy: Sugar Bowl

Trophy: Sun Bowl

Trophy: Champs Sports Bowl

Trophy: Hawaii Bowl

Trophy: Meineke Car Care Bowl

Trophy: Papajohns.com Bowl

Trophy: New Mexico Bowl

Trophy: St. Petersburg Bowl

Trophy: EagleBank Bowl

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NCAA5C. Awards
==============
All Awards Trophies can be earned in both Dynasty and Road To Glory Modes,
unless otherwise stated

Trophy: 60-Year Dynasty
Play with the same team for 60 years. This Trophy can only be earned through
Dynasty Mode

Trophy: Four-in-a-Row National Champs
Win the BCS National Championship Game in four straight seasons

Trophy: Three-in-a-Row National Champs
Win the BCS National Championship Game in three straight seasons

Trophy: Back-to-Back National Champs
Win the BCS National Championship Game in two straight seasons

Trophy: Heisman Memorial Trophy
Awarded annually to the most Outstanding College Football Player

Trophy: Coach of the Year
Awarded annually to the Coach of the Year. This Trophy can only be earned in
Dynasty Mode

Trophy: Maxwell Award
Awarded annually to the College Player of the Year

Trophy: Davey O'Brien Award
Awarded annually to the nation's best Quarterback

Trophy: Doak Walker Running Back Award
Awarded annually to the nation's best Running Back

Trophy: Biletnikoff Award
Awarded annually to the nation's top Receiver

Trophy: Outland Trophy
Awarded annually to the nation's top interior Linemen

Trophy: Chuck Bendarik Award
Awarded annually to the nation's Defensive Player of the Year

Trophy: Lombardi Award
Awarded annually to the nation's top Linemen or Linebackers

Trophy: Linebacker of the Year
Awarded annually to the nation's top Linbacker

Trophy: Jim Thorpe Award
Awarded annually to the nation's Defensive Back

Trophy: Lou Groza Place-Kicker Award
Awarded annually to the nation's top Placekicker

Trophy: Ray Guy Award
Awarded annually to the nation's top Punter

Trophy: Returner of the Year
Awarded annually to the nation's top Punt and Kick Returner

Trophy: John Mackey Award
Awarded annually to the nation's top Tight End

Trophy: Rimington Trophy
Awarded annually to the nation's top Center

Trophy: Bronko Nagurski Trophy
Awarded annually to the nation's top Defensive Player

Trophy: Walter Camp Award
Awarded annually to the Player of the Year

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NCAA5D. Rivalry Trophies
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Trophy: Bayou Bucket
Awarded to the winner of a game between Houston and Rice

Trophy: Apple Cup
Awarded to the winner of a game between Washington and Washington State

Trophy: Beehive Boot
Awarded to the winner of a game between BYU, Utah State, or Utah. It can be any
combination of the three teams

Trophy: Bronze Boot
Awarded to the winner of a game between Colorado State and Wyoming

Trophy: Commander-in-Chief's Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Army, Navy, or Air Force. It can be any
combination of the three teams

Trophy: Commonwealth Cup
Awarded to the winner of a game between Virginia and Virginia Tech

Trophy: Cy-Hawk Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Iowa and Iowa State

Trophy: Floyd of Rosedale
Awarded to the winner of a game between Iowa and Minnesota

Trophy: Fremont Cannon
Awarded to the winner of a game between Nevada and UNLV

Trophy: Golden Boot
Awarded to the winner of a game between Arkansas and LSU

Trophy: Golden Egg Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Ole Miss and Mississippi State

Trophy: Golden Hat 
Awarded to the winner of a game between Oklahoma and Texas

Trophy: Governor's Cup (1)
Awarded to the winner of a game between Kansas and Kansas State

Trophy: Governor's Cup (2)
Awarded to the winner of a game between Kentucky and Louisville

Trophy: Governor's Victory Bell
Awarded to the winner of a game between Minnesota and Penn State

Trophy: Illibuck
Awarded to the winner of a game between Illinois and Ohio State

Trophy: Ireland Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Boston College and Notre Dame

Trophy: Iron Skillet
Awarded to the winner of a game between TCU and SMU

Trophy: Jeweled Shillelagh
Awarded to the winner of a game between Notre Dame and USC

Trophy: Keg of Nails
Awarded to the winner of a game between Cincinnati and Louisville

Trophy: Land Grant Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Michigan State and Penn State

Trophy: Little Brown Jug
Awarded to the winner of a game between Michigan and Minnesota

Trophy: Battle of I-25 Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between New Mexico and New Mexico State

Trophy: Marching Drum
Awarded to the winner of a game between Kansas and Missouri

Trophy: Megaphone
Awarded to the winner of a game between Michigan State and Notre Dame

Trophy: Missouri-Nebraska Bell
Awarded to the winner of a game between Missouri and Nebraska

Trophy: ODK-FOY Sportsmanship Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Alabama and Auburn

Trophy: Old Oaken Bucket
Awarded to the winner of a game between Indiana and Purdue

Trophy: Paul Bunyan Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Michigan and Michigan State

Trophy: Paul Bunyan's Axe
Awarded to the winner of a game between Minnesota and Wisconsin

Trophy: Peace Pipe
Awarded to the winner of a game between Bowling Green and Toledo

Trophy: Purdue Cannon
Awarded to the winner of a game between Illinois and Purdue

Trophy: Seminole War Canoe
Awarded to the winner of a game between Florida and Miami

Trophy: Shillelagh Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Notre Dame and Purdue

Trophy: Silver Spade
Awarded to the winner of a game between New Mexico State and UTEP

Trophy: Stanford Axe
Awarded to the winner of a game between Stanford and Cal

Trophy: Telephone Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Iowa State and Missouri

Trophy: Territorial Cup
Awarded to the winner of a game between Arizona and Arizona State

Trophy: Textile Bowl Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Clemson and North Carolina State

Trophy: Tiger Rag
Awarded to the winner of a game between LSU and Tulane

Trophy: Victory Bell (1)
Awarded to the winner of a game between Cincinnati and Miami University

Trophy: Victory Bell (2)
Awarded to the winner of a game between Duke and North Carolina

Trophy: Victory Bell (3)
Awarded to the winner of a game between USC and UCLA

Trophy: Wagon Wheel 
Awarded to the winner of a game between Akron and Kent State

Trophy: Williams Trophy
Awarded to the winner of a game between Rice and Tulsa

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NCAA6. PS3 Trophies
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There are 51 Trophies available in this game.

Bronze Trophies (34)
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1. Mix It Up: Rush for 100 yards in a game with a team that runs an Air Raid
offense (excludes co-op)
Choose any team you want, as long as the offensive playbook uses an Air Raid
style. Just focus on running the ball until you have 100 total yards. After
that, you can Super Sim to the end of the game. This Trophy won't unlock until
the end of the game

2. Throw 'Em a Curveball: Throw for 300 yards in one game using an Option
offense (excludes co-op)
Choose any team you want, as long as the offensive playbook uses an Option
style. Focus on passing until you have 300 total yards. After that, you can
Super Sim to the end of the game. This Trophy won't unlock until the end of the
game

3. There He Goes...: Break a run for 50 yards or more in a Play Now or Dynasty
Mode game (excludes co-op)
You will have to be on your side of the 50-yard line. Call a run play that runs
to the outside for a better chance. You can also earn this Trophy in Road To
Glory Mode

4. Take a Stab Downfield: Complete a pass for 50 or more yards in a Play Now or
Dynasty Mode game (excluding co-op)
You will have to be on your side of the 50-yard line. Call a pass play that
sends one or two receivers deep downfield. You can also earn this Trophy in
Road To Glory Mode

5. Formation Sub Success: Score a touchdown with a player being subbed in using
Formation Subs (excludes co-op)
While in-game, press Start and go to Formation Subs, under Depth Chart. Switch
in one of your players and use him to score a touchdown. For a better chance,
wait until you are inside your opponent's 5-yard line and use it on the Goal
Line set

6. 1st Option For 6: Score a touchdown handing off to the fullback on a triple
option play (excludes co-op)
Teams that use an Option or Spread offensive style are more likely to have a
Triple Option. Wait until you are inside your opponent's 5-yard line. To hand
off to the Fullback, hold the X button after snapping the ball

7. Speed Reader: Score a touchdown on a QB Choice run play (excludes co-op)
A QB Choice play is any play where the QB decides whether to hand the ball off
or keep it himself. On these plays, the back he can hand to will have a yellow
route. Have the QB keep the ball and score and the Trophy will pop-up after the
play

8. Draw Me a Touchdown: Score a touchdown running a draw play on 3rd and 6+
yards (excludes co-op)
Teams that use a One Back set probably have a better chance at this Trophy.
Wait until you are inside your opponent's red zone and have a 3rd and long
situation. Find any draw play and score to unlock this Trophy

9. Hero: Score a touchdown as time expires to win the game (excludes co-op)
Play with teams that are evenly matched and try to keep the game as close as
possible. Let the opponent take the lead near the end of the third or beginning
of the fourth quarter. Eat up the rest of the clock driving towards the end
zone. Get down inside their 5-yard line and let time wind down until there is
about 1 or 2 seconds left and call timeout. Score on the final play to take the
lead and this Trophy

10. Balanced Attack: Gain 200 rushing yards and 200 passing yards in the same
game (excludes co-op and Road to Glory)
These do not have to be with same player (which would be the QB). To make it
easier, focus mainly on running for one half and passing for the other

11. The D Is For...: Hold the opposition to under 100 total yards in a Play Now
or Dynasty Mode game (excludes co-op)
The easiest way is to set each quarter to be only 1 minute long. This does
include Punt and Kick Return yards, not just rushing and passing/receiving
yards. If you don't want them returning the ball, just kick it out of bounds.
The penalty yards awarded for Illegal Procedure will not count towards the 100
yards

12. Red Zone Perfection: Complete a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game with a Red
Zone Efficiency rating of 100% (excludes co-op)
Every time you get within your opponent's 20-yard line, you need to score. It
doesn't matter whether you score a touchdown or kick a field goal, you just
need to score

13. Red Zone Shutout: Complete a Play now or Dynasty Mode game without allowing
a TD from the Red Zone (excludes co-op)
The easiest way to get this is use a powerhouse school, like Alabama or USC,
and play a terrible school, like Eastern Michigan or Western Kentucky. If your
opponent does happen to kick a field goal from inside the Red Zone, that is
fine, they just can't score a touchdown 

14. Lock It Up: With Player Lock on, return an interception for a TD (excludes
co-op)
The best chance of getting this Trophy is right before halftime. If your
opponent has the ball and there are about 10 seconds left before halftime, the
game will usually suggest using the Prevent defense. Choose one of your
Safeties or Cornerbacks and lock him by pressing the L3 button before the ball
is snapped. Get an interception with the player you are locked as and return it
for 6 points and this Trophy

15. In Your Crosshairs: Spotlight a receiver and get an interception on him in
a Play Now or Dynasty game (excludes co-op)
To Spotlight a receiver, hold the L2 button and press that receiver's icon. If
the quarterback throws to that receiver and your player comes up with an
interception, you will get this Trophy

16. Veteran: Win a game by 35+ points on Heisman difficulty
Heisman is the toughest difficulty. The easiest way is to choose a school like
Alabama and play a school like Eastern Michigan. You could also change
difficulty during Dynasty Mode whenever you play one of the FCS schools

17. Best Class Ever: Have the #1 ranked recruiting class in a season in single
team Dynasty Mode. 
You will want to choose a 6-Star school to be to have about any chance at
getting this Trophy. The better you perform during the season will also affect
how the recruits feel about coming to your school. If you have the #1 class at
Signing Day, this Trophy will pop-up by the time you reach the Preseason

18. Point Some Fingers: In a single phone call, take 250 points away from one
school by downplaying pitches
An easy way to get this Trophy is to try and recruit a 1-Star players who isn't
considering your school. Spend 60 minutes with the recruit and just downplay
pitches. By the end of the call, you should have taken away 250 points

19. One Hit Wonder: Get an instant commit from a prospect by offering a
scholarship on a one topic call
Look at your Recruiting Board and find a recruit that that has you as their 1st
choice and spend 10 minutes with them. Offer them a scholarship during the
call, and if they commit, you will get this Trophy

20. Switcheroo: Secure a commitment from a prospect that was a soft commit
elsewhere
The easiest way to get this Trophy is to go after a 1- or 2-Star prospect that
is a soft commit somewhere. Spend 60 minutes with him and downplay the pitches
for the first 50 minutes and then offer a scholarship. He will most likely
choose to come to your school

21. Program Changer: Sign a 5-star QB or HB with a 2-star prestige school in a
single team Dynasty (no ATH)
For being a Bronze Trophy, this one is pretty hard to actually get. Your best
bet is to probably create a bunch of 5-Star QBs and HBs from your school's
hometown and hope that one of them chooses to come to your school

22. Setup Shop In the Big 3: In a single team Dynasty, develop new pipelines in
Texas, California, and Florida
Choose a team that isn't from one of those three. Also, teams like Michigan
that already have all three as pipeline states won't work either. Find a team
like Notre Dame that already has 2 as pipeline states and focus on recruiting
players from the third state

23. Burn That Shirt: Remove the redshirt from a player in a game, and earn
player of the game status with that player
Pick a team that has a QB or HB that hasn't be redshirted before. Redshirt him
in the Preseason of Dynasty Mode and change up the schedule to face and FCS
team. Start the season and sub that player into the game. Before you put him
into the game, it will ask if you want to remove his redshirt. Accept and use
him to gain most of your yards. This Trophy will pop-up after the game

24. Crash the Party: In a single team Dynasty, earn an invite to a BCS games
with a team from a non-BCS conference
The schools with the best chance are Boise State (WAC), Notre Dame
(Independent), TCU (Mountain West), and Utah (Mountain West). The BCS Bowls are
the Rose, Fiesta, Orange, Sugar, and BCS Championship

25. Picking Up Yards: In a solo Dynasty or Road to Glory, have a player with an
avg. 6+ yards per carry (min 100 attempts)
An easy way to ensure that you get this Trophy is switch your starter and your
back-up. Have your back-up-turned-starter meet the Trophy criteria and put him
at the bottom of the Depth Chart and give the old starter his job back. As long
as no one gets injured, you should be fine and his average should remain
intact. If you choose to do this in Road To Glory, just make every run count

26. Mr. Efficiency: In a solo Dynasty or Road to Glory season, have a QB with a
completion %  of 65+ (min 100 attempts)
The same strategy I gave for "Picking Up Yards" can be used here. Make the
back-up QB the starter and get him to meet the Trophy criteria and then put him
at the bottom of the Depth Chart and give the original starter his job back

27. Survivor: Be the last remaining undefeated team in a single team Dynasty
This one may take luck more than anything. If you make it to the BCS
Championship Game and the only other undefeated team is your opponent, defeat
them and the Trophy will unlock at the end of the game

28. Untouchable: In a single team Dynasty, win all games in a season by 21+
(Must play the BCS title game)
An easy way to get this Trophy is to choose Notre Dame and make most of your
opponents FCS schools, but keep a few games against stronger opponents. Most of
the FCS schools shouldn't put up a fight and will easily be beaten by more than
21 points

29. High School Champ: Play and win the High School Championship Game in any
state
Somewhat self-explanatory. This Trophy will pop-up at the end of game

30. Blue Chip: Become a 5-star prospect in Road to Glory Mode
If you do well in each game, you will most likely be a 5-star prospect going
into the Championship Game or after it.

31. Earned Your PT: Become a starter in Road to Glory
After the High School Championship Game (or an earlier game if your team
loses), you will need to choose your school. If you choose a school where you
start right away, you will get this Trophy before your first game. If you don't
start right away, you will have to work your way up the Depth Chart in Practice
and you will get this Trophy once you have earned enough points to become the
Starter

32. Strike the Pose: Win the Heisman Memorial Trophy in single team Dynasty
Mode or Road to Glory Mode
A little easier than last year, where you had to beat out Tebow, Bradford, and
McCoy in your freshman year, but once you have a player win the Heisman, this
Trophy will unlock

33. Campus Legend: In Road to Glory Mode, earn a spot on your team's All-Time
leaderboard
The amount of Legend points you will need to earn to crack your school's
All-Time leaderboard depends on your position and your school

34. Head and Shoulders Above: In Road to Glory Mode, earn a spot on your
conference's All-Time leaderboard
The amount of Legend points you will need to earn to crack your conference's
All-Time leaderboard depends on your position and your conference

Silver Trophies (15)
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1. Air Raid: Score 35+ points in a game running an Air Raid offense (excludes
co-op)
Pick a team like Texas Tech or Oklahoma State and choose an easy opponent. Once
you get 35 points, you can Super Sim to the end of the game, plus you'll
probably end up scoring a few more times. This Trophy will pop-up at the end of
the game

2. Multiple Offense: Call at least one play from 10 different formation sets
using a Multiple offense (excludes co-op)
Pick a team like Ohio State or Oklahoma and choose an easy opponent. Once you
meet the Trophy requirements, just Super Sim to the end (You'll probably end up
winning). The Trophy will pop-up at the end of the game

3. One Back: Run a One Back and gain 200 yards rushing in a game (excludes
co-op)
Pick a team like Alabama or Oregon State and keep running the ball. Once you
have 200 rushing yards, Super Sim to the end and this Trophy will pop-up at the
end of the game

4. Options: Score 35+ points in a game running an Option offense (excludes
co-op)
Pick a team like Georgia Tech or Navy and play an easy opponent. Once you have
35 points, Super Sim to the end and the Trophy will pop-up at the end of the
game

5. Pistol: Gain 100 yards with a QB and a HB while running Pistol offense in a
game (excludes co-op)
The only teams that use the Pistol are Indiana, Nevada, and Ohio. If you don't
feel like using one of those teams, you can use a better team and use one of
those 3 playbooks. Once both your QB and HB reach 100 rushing yards, Super Sim
to the end and the Trophy will pop-up at the end of the game

6. West Coast/Pro Style: Using a West Coast/Pro Style offense, complete passes
to 8 different receivers (excludes co-op)
Pick a team like USC or Michigan State and hit 8 different receivers. Once you
have done that, you can Super Sim to the end and the Trophy will pop-up at the
end of the game

7. Run and Shoot: Gain 300 yards passing in a game throwing to at least 5
receivers using the Run and Shoot (no co-op)
The only teams that use Run and Shoot are Hawaii and SMU. You can either play
as them against weaker schools or have a stronger school use their playbook.
Once you have met the requirements, Super Sim to the end and the Trophy will
pop-up at the end of the game

8. Aggressive Spread No Huddle: Score a touchdown running only no huddle for an
entire drive with a Spread offense (excludes co-op) 
Choose a team like Texas or Michigan and play an easy opponent. Every time you
get tackled, hold the Triangle button to call a hurry-up. You can keep calling
the same play or change the play when you get to the line. Keep doing this
until you score a touchdown. The Trophy should pop-up after scoring

9. Spread No Huddle: Score 2 touchdown in a game after calling audibles using a
Spread offense (excludes co-op)
You can get this Trophy in the same game as "Aggressive Spread No Huddle".
After you have lined up, press the Square button to call an audible. After
calling an audible, score a touchdown on that play. Do this one more time and
the Trophy should pop-up after the second touchdown

10. Don't Call It a Comeback: Convince a player with an overall rating of 95 or
higher to stay
After all the Bowl Games have been played in Dynasty Mode, the first task you
have to deal with are the players that are leaving. Some juniors and sophomores
may choose to either go to the Pro Draft or Transfer. If any of them have an
overall of at least 95 and you spend enough time with them and convince them to
stay, you will unlock this Trophy

11. 20/20 Club: In a solo Dynasty or Road to Glory season, get 20+ passing and
20+ rushing TD's with one player
The only players who can get this Trophy are QBs. It is probably easier in
Dynasty since you are able to call the plays, rather than the coach calling
them in Road To Glory. You may have to increase the length of the quarters to
have enough time in each game to have a chance at getting this Trophy

12. What a Weekend: Invite 5 or more recruits to a game and get all A- or
better visit grades in a single user Dynasty
Invite 5 recruits to a game against a relatively easy opponent. Play that game
and win in a convincing blow out. The bigger the win, the better the chances of
getting higher grades from potential recruits

13. Simply Perfect: Play an entire season in a single team Dynasty and remain
undefeated
Just like it says in the description, win every game you play in. Once you
reach the offseason, this Trophy should unlock

14. Perfect From the Start: In a single team Dynasty, maintain a #1 ranking for
the entire season
The easiest way to get this Trophy is to choose Alabama as the team you are
going to play as in Dynasty, because they will start the first year as the #1
team. Hold the ranking up to and through the BCS Championship Game and the
Trophy will unlock in the offseason

15. Treasure Hunter: Win all bowl trophies (including National Championship) in
Dynasty or Road to Glory modes
You are able play all 34 Bowl games in Dynasty Mode. Once you have reached the
Bowl season, go to the ESPN headline and scroll down to Bowl Games. You can sim
to the beginning of the fourth quarter and take over the team that is winning.
Hold onto the lead and receive that Bowl Trophy. Once you have all 34, the
Trophy will pop-up

Gold Trophies (1)
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1. Greatness: In Road to Glory Mode, earn a spot on the NCAA All-Time
leaderboard
To earn a spot on the NCAA All-Time leaderboard, you need to earn enough Legend
points, which depend on your position

Platinum Trophies (1)
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1. Platinum Trophy: Unlock every trophy