It’s Been Over 5 Years Since The Last College Football Video Game Was Released

David Hookstead | Reporter

It’s been a little more than five years since the last college football video game was released.

“NCAA Football 14” was released July 9, 2013, and fans had no idea that we would possibly never ever get a new game again. The games were soon shut down thanks to the awful rules of the NCAA and the organization’s refusal to share anything with athletes.

Yes, the greatest video games series ever made was destroyed because the NCAA is too selfish. Let that sink in for a moment. (RELATED: THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL WORLD SHOULD FEAR WISCONSIN FOR ONE SIMPLE REASON)

I can’t even begin to tell you how much time I spent playing this game since I picked up my first copy nearly a decade ago. Hell, I still run people over on it all day today.

There were nights when we’d stumble back from the bars after a few pops without any ladies in hand, fire up the PS3, pick our teams and play several games for hours as the liquid kept flowing. Those are the memories that I will remember for a long time. College football and games of “NCAA Football” go hand-in-hand together.

That’s what the NCAA killed. The NCAA killed my opportunity to drink beers and play football on PS3 after striking out with all the women I could. Thanks, NCAA! You really nailed this one.

My dream is that someday our glorious video games will return. We will take to the streets in celebration, fireworks will shoot into the air and everything will be right in this world.

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