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ALL TEAMS COMPLETED FOR BOTH PS3 AND XBOX 360! Save $5 and get your rosters right now at GameRosters.com! Our updated NCAA Football 2015-2016 rosters include the real first and last names for every single player and coach in the game. This roster is the most up-to-date and accurate roster available for this coming 2015-2016 college football season. We’ve removed graduating seniors and transfers, we’ve brought in incoming recruits, we’ve updated depth charts, and and we’ve updated player ratings accordingly.

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Questions About Updated 2015-2016 NCAA Football Rosters


Brian Kaldenberg, President of GameRosters.com, answers common questions about GameRosters.com’s updated NCAA Football 2015-2016 rosters. Get your updated 2015-2016 rosters for NCAA Football at GameRosters.com.

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NCAA Football 2015-2016 Rosters Player Ratings


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Gamerosters.com will post their top player ratings soon. Please check back when we announce our top player ratings.

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Questions About Updated 2014-2015 NCAA Football Rosters


Brian Kaldenberg, President of GameRosters.com, answers common questions about GameRosters.com’s updated NCAA Football 2014-2015 rosters. Get your updated 2014-2015 rosters for NCAA Football at GameRosters.com.

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NCAA Football 14 Rosters Questions


Brian Kaldenberg, President of GameRosters.com, answers common NCAA Football 14 rosters questions. Get your NCAA 14 rosters at GameRosters.com.

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GameRosters.com’s FREE NCAA Football 14 Giveaway Winners!


Congratulations to this year’s winners of the GameRosters.com NCAA Football 14 Giveaway. Here are the lucky winners:

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The (3) winners for our free copy of NCAA Football 14 Giveaway:

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  • Michael Faber of Lacey, WA
    “I have been using GameRosters.com for a few years now. Being the winner this year is all gravy. Thanks to Brian and everyone at GameRosters.com.”
Brad Kunz

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  • Brad Kunz of Plano, IL
    “As a former college football player (2000-2004 Miami Hurricanes,) I’ve been repping the U in dynasty mode for 13 years. Using GameRosters.com the last 3 years has made that experience even better. The rosters are accurate, and I even use these rosters to help me familiarize myself with the talent that is coming up through the ranks at my alma mater. I can’t wait to see what they have in store for NCAA 14!”
Vincent Mondano

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  • Vincent Mondano of Aberdeen, NJ
    “I’m happy to be one of the winners this year. I always get my rosters from GameRosters.com because they get the rosters out quickly, and their rosters are always accurate.”

For those of you who did not win… we appreciate your participation. Remember – the release of NCAA Football 14 is LESS THAN two weeks away! Have more fun playing NCAA Football 14 this year and play with the real names by ordering GameRosters.com’s NCAA 14 rosters. Beat the release date rush and save $10 if you pre-order today. Offer ends July 5th, 2013.

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Top 5 B+ or Lower Teams To Use in NCAA 14


Any user can take Alabama and Notre Dame to the BCS, but users looking for a bit of a challenge with an established school should take a look at our top picks for B+ or lower teams in NCAA 14.


1. Georgia Tech – NCAA 14 will feature a new physics engine, a new focus on the running game, and added emphasis on the option. Perhaps no team will benefit more from a revamped option run system than the Yellow Jackets. Though QB Tevin Washington is gone, Tech will boast a solid offensive lineman at all 5 spots up front and several backs capable of hitting on a big run. It takes most users several games, or even a few seasons, to master the flexbone attack, but once you have a firm grasp of how to run the offense few teams are as fun to use – or watch – as Georgia Tech.

2. Northwestern – Coach Pat Fitzgerald is quietly turning Northwestern into a power, and the Wildcats can be deadly from the outset in the hands of the right user. QB Kain Colter is an underrated dual-threat, and should have the skills to play QB, RB and WR. When you want to move Colter around, the Wildcats will have a solid backup QB in Trevor Siemian. RB Venric Mark and an extremely deep WR group will provide Wildcat users with endless weapons on offense. The defense will boast a great player at each level and the fertile Illinois recruiting area will make Northwestern a team poised to break out in any dynasty.

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College Football’s Top Non-Conference Games of 2013


There is no obvious choice for the best non-conference game this fall, but there are plenty of games that will still pique the interest of fans across the nation, and for the 2nd straight year one team dominates our list. Check out our 5 can’t-miss non-conference games of the upcoming season.

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5. Notre Dame @ Michigan: September 7th
Two years ago Michigan won with a thrilling comeback, and last season the Irish won a sloppy, low-scoring affair 13-6. With the offseason news that Notre Dame has withdrawn from future games with the Wolverines, this one will have plenty of storylines for an early-season matchup. Despite high expectations last season, Michigan came up short in every big game. A win here would put the Wolverines on cruise control through October, while Notre Dame will be looking for a win to carry momentum into a 3-game series against the Big Ten.

LSU vs. TCU: August 31st
An intriguing matchup kicks off the 2013 football season. LSU was clearly the better team a year ago but was ravaged by early entrants into the NFL draft. Meanwhile, TCU finished just 7-6 in its first year in the Big 12 but was without QB Casey Pachall and RB Waymon James for most of the season. While LSU will be favored, the always-stingy TCU defense should hold their own against the Tiger offense, and if Pachall and James pick up where they left off while the LSU defense takes time to click, the Horned Frogs may jump all over the big bad SEC Tigers.

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3. Oklahoma @ Notre Dame: September 28th
When we saw this game on last season’s schedule, we thought it would provide a nice win to help boost the national championship candidacy of one of these teams – we just didn’t expect it to be Notre Dame, who rolled the Sooners on their way to Miami. This season it will likely feature a matchup of two top-15 teams looking to keep some momentum going as they head into meat of their schedules. Depending on what happens in the mini-Big 10 schedule for the Irish (@ Michigan, @ Purdue and vs. Michigan State), Notre Dame may either be struggling to stay above .500, or rolling at 5-0 and sparking talk of another appearance in the title game.

2. Notre Dame @ Stanford: November 30th
Notre Dame’s 20-13 overtime win in 2012 was one of the best games of the year, complete with a controversial finish. This fall the game has been moved to the season finale for both teams, and a BCS berth may be on the line for one or both teams. Stanford is predicted to fight for the Pac-12 Championship and Notre Dame is looking to show that they are back for good. At worst, this game will provide an exciting matchup of two bowl teams, and at best it will have national championship implications. What’s not to love?

1. Georgia @ Clemson: August 31st
This game gets bonus points since it’s on the opening weekend, but it also features two teams with reasonable hopes to find themselves playing for it all in January. The game will also feature two high-profile senior quarterbacks in Georgia’s Aaron Murray and Clemson’s Tajh Boyd. The Tigers are coming off a bowl victory over LSU, and a second straight win over an SEC power would be a terrific start to 2013, while a win for the Bulldogs would give them big momentum heading into a huge conference game against South Carolina.


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