NCAA Football 14 Player Ratings (Predictions)


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Top Five Quarterbacks

  • #1 Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 97 Overall
  • #2 Aaron Murray, Georgia: 95 Overall
  • #3 Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville: 95 Overall
  • #4 AJ McCarron, Alabama: 95 Overall
  • #5 Tajh Boyd, Clemson: 94 Overall

Top Five Running Backs

  • #1 Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona: 95 Overall
  • #2 Todd Gurley, Georgia: 94 Overall
  • #3 James White, Wisconsin: 93 Overall
  • #4 TJ Yeldon, Alabama: 92 Overall
  • #5 Silas Redd, USC: 92 Overall

Top Five Wide Receivers

  • #1 Marqise Lee, USC: 98 Overall
  • #2 Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt: 95 Overall
  • #3 Allen Robinson, Penn State: 94 Overall
  • #4 Austin Hill, Arizona: 94 Overall
  • #5 Sammy Watkins, Clemson: 93 Overall

Top Five Tight Ends

  • #1 Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington: 96 Overall
  • #2 Chris Coyle, Arizona State: 92 Overall
  • #3 Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin: 90 Overall
  • #4 CJ Fiedorowicz, Iowa: 88 Overall
  • #5 Zane Fakes, Ball State: 88 Overall

Top Five Offensive Lineman

  • #1 Taylor Lewan, Michigan: 97 Overall
  • #2 Jake Matthews, Texas A&M: 97 Overall
  • #3 David Yankey, Stanford: 95 Overall
  • #4 Zack Martin, Notre Dame: 94 Overall
  • #5 Cyrus Koundjio, Alabama: 94 Overall


Top Five Linebackers

  • #1 CJ Mosley, Alabama: 95 Overall
  • #2 Anthony Barr, UCLA: 93 Overall
  • #3 Kyle Van Noy, BYU: 93 Overall
  • #4 Ryan Shazier, Ohio State: 92 Overall
  • #5 Chris Borland, Wisconsin: 92 Overall

Top Five Defensive Backs

  • #1 Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma: 92 Overall
  • #2 Bradley Robey, Ohio State: 91 Overall
  • #3 Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State: 91 Overall
  • #4 Ty Zimmerman, Kansas State: 91 Overall
  • #5 Jason Verrett, TCU: 91 Overall

Top Five Defensive Lineman

  • #1 Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina: 98 Overall
  • #2 Will Sutton, Arizona State: 96 Overall
  • #3 Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas: 95 Overall
  • #4 Morgan Breslin, USC: 94 Overall
  • #5 Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame: 93 Overall


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NCAA Football 14 Top 25 Team Rankings annual NCAA Football 14 Top 25 Predictions. **Please note these are just our predictions and not the actual EA Sports NCAA 14 Top 25 rankings.


1. Alabama

NCAA 14 Top 25 Team Rankings

2. Ohio State
3. Texas A&M
4. Stanford
5. Georgia
6. Oregon
7. Notre Dame
8. South Carolina
9. Clemson

Clemson NCAA 14 Top 25

10. Florida
11. Louisville
12. LSU
13. Oklahoma
14. Florida State
15. Michigan
16. TCU
17. Boise State
18. Texas
19. Oklahoma State
20. USC
21. UCLA
22. Northwestern

Northwestern NCAA 14 Top 25

23. Wisconsin
24. Baylor
25. Northern Illinois


Just missing the cut for this year’s NCAA 14 top 25: Arizona State, Nebraska, Kansas State, Oregon State

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Most Popular Online Teams in NCAA Football 14

Get used to the teams on this list…if you are an online gamer you will find yourself matched up with each of them nearly any time you try to find a game online.


1. Alabama – Every year we talk about how much the Tide lose, but every year they bring back an insane amount of talent and should once again be one of the highest rated teams on NCAA 14. In fact, Alabama will probably be THE highest rated team, and users will be able to lean on a super-accurate passer in QB A.J. McCarron, a terrific set of receivers, and a highly-rated line to pave the way for RB T.J. Yeldon. Add in an elite defense with a sick set of linebackers, and the Tide will make for one tough matchup online.

2. Ohio State – QB Braxton Miller will likely be rated similar to Denard Robinson last season: low 90’s overall, decent passing ability, and excellent rushing skills. Users that like running quarterbacks will have a field day with the Buckeyes, and the elite offensive line and RB Carlos Hyde will provide a nice complement to Miller. The defense won’t be quite at the level of the offense, but users that like to control a LB can wreak havoc with Ryan Shazier, and the secondary will lock down almost any passing attack.

3. Texas A&M – The Aggies return arguably the most exciting player in college football: Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. Users will be salivating to get their hands on Manziel, who will probably be mid-to-high 90’s overall, with a great arm and excellent running skills. RB Ben Malena will provide a solid rushing attack to accompany Manziel. Users may struggle a bit on defense, but the offense has such high-scoring potential that it may not even matter. Watch out for the Aggies online.

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Toughest Places to Play in NCAA Football 14’s predicted Top 25 toughest places to play in NCAA 14.


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1. LSU – Tiger Stadium (1)
2. Alabama – Bryant-Denny Stadium (2)
3. Ohio State – Ohio Stadium (4)
4. Florida – Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (5)
5. Oklahoma – Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (3)
6. Texas A&M – Kyle Field (22)
7. Oregon – Autzen Stadium (14)
8. Michigan – Michigan Stadium (6)
9. Penn State – Beaver Stadium (7)
10. Virginia Tech – Lane Stadium (9)
11. Wisconsin – Camp Randall Stadium (8)
12. Notre Dame – Notre Dame Stadium (19)
13. Clemson – Clemson Memorial Stadium (12)
14. Georgia – Sanford Stadium (16)
15. Nebraska – Memorial Stadium (11)
16. Florida State – Doak S. Campbell Stadium (17)
17. Stanford – Stanford Stadium (NR)
18. Texas – DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium (13)
19. South Carolina – Williams-Brice Stadium (NR)
20. Boise State – Bronco Stadium (18)


21. USC – Los Angeles Coliseum (23)
22. West Virginia – Mountaineer Field (121)
23. Auburn – Jordan-Hare Stadium (10)
24. Oklahoma State – Boone Pickens Stadium (25)
25. Tennessee – Neyland Stadium (24)

Honorable Mentions for NCAA 14 toughest places to play top 25 list: Michigan State, Iowa, Kansas State, Arkansas, UCLA



College Football’s 2013 Hot Seat

Each summer takes a look at five head coaches that are feeling the heat and need to make significant improvements to keep their jobs heading into the next season. This year there are some big-time jobs that may be open by December. Take a look at our 2013 College Football Hot Seat!

1. Tim Beckman, Illinois: Sure, Beckman is only two seasons into his tenure as Illinois coach, but take a look at those two seasons: after starting 6-0 in 2011, the Illini are just 3-16 since, including an 0-14 mark in Big Ten play after starting 2-0. Take away a bowl win over UCLA to cap the 2011 season, and it has been nothing short of a disaster for Illinois fans. Last season’s 2-10 mark was so bad that the Illini gave up 45+ points five times and only really even looked competitive in one of their 10 losses. Without significant improvement in 2013 (and significant may only mean 4-5 wins and some spark of hope), Beckman won’t survive to see the expansion and division re-alignment coming to the conference in 2014.

2. Bobby Hauck, UNLV: Hauck is under contract through 2014, but will he make it to the end of his deal? After an outstanding run at Montana, Hauck has never won more than two games with the Rebels and is jut 6-32 in three seasons. Granted, UNLV does not have a rich history of success, but Hauck currently has the lowest winning percentage of any coach in school history. Unless the Rebels show marked improvement in 2013, what can Hauck stand on as support that he deserves to keep his job?

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NCAA Football 14 Release Date

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The NCAA Football 14 release date is July 9, 2013. Many stores will offer a midnight release.


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SEC Football Predictions – 2013 Season

The SEC has taken home each of the last seven national championships, and with Alabama leading the way don’t be surprised if the SEC makes it seven straight. The SEC West is the best division in college football, but the East has a few teams capable of a BCS run as well. Check our predictions below.



  • 1. Georgia 10-2 (6-2): The ‘Dogs may need to rely on the offense more than ever this year, and luckily it should be more than up to the task. QB Aaron Murray should own the major SEC passing records by the end of the year, and there may not be a better RB tandem in the nation than Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall, who are both just sophomores. The line is also back in full force, though it will need to improve if the offense is to reach new heights. The defense may take awhile to come around; Georgia must replace SEVEN players that were selected in this year’s NFL draft. Unfortunately, the schedule won’t give the Bulldogs any time to settle in on defense: the first two games are against Clemson’s high powered offense and SEC east rival South Carolina, and LSU comes to town for game four. The defense will almost surely end up as a strong unit, the only question is how big of a hole Georgia will be in after the early part of the schedule.
  • 2. South Carolina 9-3 (6-2): The Gamecocks will feature a pair of quarterbacks this season and will need both to improve their play to help offset the loss of RB Marcus Lattimore and WR Ace Sanders. WR Bruce Ellington appears ready to fill the void left by Sanders, and there are several other receivers looking to step up this fall. RB Mike Davis will get the first crack to replace Lattimore, but it will likely take a group effort make the offense go. You already know about DE Jadeveon Clowney, but the secondary is a strong group as well. LB is a bit of a mystery as all three starters must be replaced. South Carolina misses the Big Three from the West (Alabama, A&M and LSU) so the schedule aligns nicely for a run at a division championship. An early season matchup with Georgia will go a long way in deciding the East. Read the rest of this entry »