Gamers Rejoice! EA To Be Sideline Reporter For NCAA Football 2010

Wednesday, April 15, 2009


Erin Andrews has already blessed the EA NCAA Basketball game, but now the video game company will be adding her to Football. Andrews will be the sideline reporter for NCAA Football 2010, and she will be joined by Brad Nessler, Kirk Herbstreit and Lee Corso. Info and video via EA Sports....

Erin Andrews is the newest addition to the NCAA Football 10 broadcast team, joining Kirk Herbstreit, Brad Nessler and Lee Corso in a game that envelopes the excitement and pageantry of college football at its best. Including Andrews as part of the NCAA Football 10 broadcast team complements the franchise commitment to offer the most authentic college football experience available on any gaming platform. Andrews has served as a sideline reporter for ESPN's College Football Saturdays since 2004.

With all 120 Football Bowl Subdivision schools represented in the game, NCAA Football 10 offers fans an exciting way to experience the thrill of authentic college football year-round. NCAA Football 10 brings the college football atmosphere to life with enhanced stadiums packed with school colors, cheerleaders and mascots. Enjoy the sights of game day with new field goal nets, flags waving in the wind and camera flashes exploding during pivotal moments.

Well that's gotta be a major selling point, right? They should just put her in every game, and fan boys will be lining up around the block to pick up games. Who cares if Madden is supposed to be on NBC!

Sports broadcaster Erin Andrews will be featured as a sideline reporter in NCAA Football 10 (Worth Playing)

Posted by Awful Announcing at 5:15 PM

11 Comments:

Any reason why they use Nessler over Musberger?

GMoney said...
Apr 15, 2009, 5:28:00 PM  

Remember the episode of The Simpsons when it was revealed that Smithers had an image on his computer of Mr. Burns saying he is "quite good at turning me on". Imagine if Erin did something similar. Think that would create a small buzz?

walnuts said...
Apr 15, 2009, 5:46:00 PM  

I can't say I'm a fan of the game's title just using "10" instead of 2010. We are in those awkward years where they'll start sounding like sequels rather than years.

But I'm all for virtual EA in EA games! And pictures of the Swamp to represent the game. Go Gators!

mtjaws said...
Apr 15, 2009, 6:20:00 PM  

well that gives a whole new meaning to what EA Sports really is...

questionmark said...
Apr 16, 2009, 4:45:00 AM  

As someone who really likes playing that game...that sounds terrible. Erin Andrews or not...I dont need sideline reporters in my video games too. Ugh.

Ed James said...
Apr 16, 2009, 9:48:00 AM  

Madden's off NBC now...
http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/entertainment/43097312.html

http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/196360-John_Madden_Retires_From_Broadcasting.php

Brewcrew said...
Apr 16, 2009, 10:55:00 AM  

I didn't need another reason to be pumped for its release, but this definitely helps.

G$, the only thing that makes since is that it is the "College Gameday" crew. No idea.

Mr. Ace said...
Apr 16, 2009, 11:15:00 AM  

Idiots. The Tigers vs. Tebows is in Death Valley this year, not in the Swamp. If they can't even get that right, what does that say about the rest of the game?

BF said...
Apr 16, 2009, 11:30:00 AM  

We KNOW G-Money has a disturbing mancrush on Musburger. He needs a new soapbox immediately...

Brad James said...
Apr 16, 2009, 1:23:00 PM  

I'm pretty sure that players don't leave games and are quickly diagnosed with elbow bursitis. Isn't more of a slow-developing condition?

Sometimes video game injuries are really dumb...

Jay said...
Apr 16, 2009, 2:36:00 PM  
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