Just from my own observations, NCAA was headed that way in 14. Think about it a bit. The recruiting in NCAA 14 was simplified and lacked a ton of depth that even 13 had. You would scout dudes, and then throw 700 points at them or whatever. In the previous games, you would call players and use the stuff your school was good at to your advantage. Mvsu HBCU Black Ivy League Halloween Shirt It felt more personal to me. They were already making you pay for uniform packs, extra pipeline states, the ability to have players stay a year, you had to pay to see what other teams were doing on the recruiting trail, etc. I just think that NCAA 14 had some worrying things in it that were heading down the right path but luckily it got canceled before the game could fully go to shit.
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This is all opinionated and we won’t know what could happen, but I have no reason to think EA wouldn’t do all these things in a new installment to the franchise. Mvsu HBCU Black Ivy League Halloween Shirt Sports games as a whole have gone down the drain. While I agree with most of this post, I have to disagree with the recruiting in 14. It was honestly a godsend after having to go through that same phone call tree for 100,000 times over the previous handful of years, for the season after season. I love recruiting, but the actual process was tedious, and I was ecstatic to see it go.