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Holiday Message – Brian Kaldenberg


Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Brian Kaldenberg, GameRosters.com President, gives a little info on what GameRosters.com has to offer over the holiday season.

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“The Night Shift” Day Three 2010 Rosters


Friday, July 17th, 2009

UPDATE: We got 10 teams done during this night shift. As of 8:00 AM Friday morning we have 75 teams completed.

GameRosters.com’s Brian Kaldenberg takes you behind the scenes yet again as the night shift roster editors come in for a long night of typing in names.

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Roster Editing “2010” Behind The Scenes


Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

We are working as fast as we can. This year’s roster is going to end up great!

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NCAA Football 10 Giveaway and Brand New PS3 Winners


Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

Congratulations to this year’s winners of the GameRosters.com NCAA Football 10 and PS3 Giveaway. Here’s the lucky winners:

The winner of the brand new Playstation 3:

  • Matthew Staple of Detroit, MI
    “Gamerosters.com is the best! Instead of taking hours of work, I am able to upload my rosters instantly.”
  • Matthew Staple

    Matthew Staple

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The (3) winners for our free copy of NCAA Football 10 Giveaway:

  • Chris Williams of Panama City, FL
    “Gamerosters.com is awesome and provides a great service. I never play the game without the names because it is less enjoyable to me, but with Gamerosters.com I don’t have to. Thanks again Gamerosters.com!”
  • Chris Williams

    Chris Williams

  • Duane Rodriguez of Fayetteville, NC
    “Year after year GameRosters.com have always done an amazing job with bringing the names to the players for NCAA Football. Without you guys NCAA Football just wouldn’t be the same.”
  • Duane Rodriguez

    Duane Rodriguez

  • Nathan Fowler of Greenville, SC
    “GameRosters.com is the only way to go, and they have great customer service.”

For those of you who did not win… try your luck again in our free NCAA Football 10 Strategy Guide Giveaway!

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UPDATE: NCAA Football 10 Top 25 Rankings


Friday, June 26th, 2009

The pre-season Top 25 rankings for NCAA 10 have been released! These are the pre-season rankings that will be on the game, so check out where your team fits in the Top 25 (if they made it)…
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NCAA Football 10 Rosters Questions


Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

GameRosters.com’s, Brian Kaldenberg, answers some commonly asked questions regarding the NCAA Football 10 rosters.


If you have further questions regarding our rosters, we ask that you contact us via e-mail on our contact page.

We look forward to serving you again this year, and we appreciate all of our loyal customers!

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Season Showdown: Sportsmanship


Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

Season Showdown Credits

Season Showdown Credits

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EA has released the third aspect of NCAA 10’s new Season Showdown feature (skill and strategy being the other two): Sportsmanship.

For those who don’t already know, Season Showdown is an online feature that tracks how well each school’s fans perform using a variety of categories. Each week there will be match-ups based on who each team plays in real life. For example, in Season Showdown Georgia fans will be squaring off against Oklahoma State fans on NCAA 10 while the real Bulldogs and Cowboys fight it out on the field.

The Sportsmanship feature’s main purpose is to discourage players from “cheesing”, while rewarding the players who play games straight up and realistically. There are several different ways to both gain and lose Sportsmanship points throughout the game:
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NCAA Football 10 Videos


Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Video resource for NCAA 10. Check back daily as we will be constantly updating this video page with the latest preview videos for NCAA Football 2010. If you like our videos please tell us in our comments section.





To see more NCAA 10 videos: (more…)

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Big 10 Conference Football Predictions – 2009 Season


Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

The Big 10 has several football teams who may be able to challenge for the conference title in ’09, and this is how it actually played out….


Champion – The Ohio State Buckeyes (7-1): Tryrell Pryor consistently gives Big 10 defenses fits. Ohio State’s defense steadily improves throughout the season. The Buckeyes enter their usual BCS bowl season on somewhat of a sour note however. Michigan hands Ohio State their first conference loss in the season finale, costing them the their chance at yet another BCS Championship game appearance.

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  • T-2. Iowa (6-2): The Hawkeyes are able to put together another solid season under Kirk Ferentz. Iowa’s offense explodes out of the gates, and the Hawkeyes get through non-conference play without a scratch. Impressive wins @Penn St and @Wisconsin push an undefeated Iowa into the top 10 rankings by mid-October. But a loss @Michigan St and @Ohio St kill Iowa’s hopes for a BCS bowl birth.
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NCAA10’s TeamBuilder Goes Live


Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

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EA has launched the TeamBuilder website for NCAA 10. TeamBuilder is a web-based, revamped version of EA’s former create-a-team mode. You begin by creating a team name and location, as well as the stadium name and school prestige. From there you can select your school’s colors and logo. With the web-based TeamBuilder, you can upload an image to use as your school’s logo, or use an existing logo, which includes all FBS and FCS school’s logos as well as an expanded amount of generic ones.

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The next step is to select an existing stadium to use as the blueprint for your own. After selecting a stadium, you can edit all the small details of the field, including turf type, endzone lettering and colors, midfield logos, and secondary logos.

Once the stadium is in place, it’s time to create the uniforms for your school. This section features similar options from years’ past, but is much more detailed and is presented in a more user-friendly way. There are dozens and dozens of combinations for stripes and logos on the helmets, as well as logo placement on the jersey, etc. After editing your uniforms you can select any existing mascot to use to represent your school, or choose to go without one.

Everything up to this point will feel pretty familiar to anyone who has used the create-a-school features of the older games, but this is where it gets interesting. (more…)

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