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Thursday, 14 July 2011 09:06

Named rosters already out for NCAA Football 12

Written by David Stellmack
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Amazing how quickly 6,000 names can be entered
The named roster files for both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of NCAA Football 12 are already out. As most know, the NCAA Football games do not come with actual player names due to college football rules governed by the NCAA.

Still, fans will not be denied; and they have once again manually entered over 6,000 names and have created custom rosters for the game. This means that once again this year you will be able to get the names of the players on your favorite college football team.

You can get the 360 roster files by looking for the tag PatrickMorty, or gamingtailgate for the PS3 version. We have to give a tip of the hat to those who got this done so quickly, as this is a massive undertaking and is something that we and most everyone else will enjoy.


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