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EA Sports NCAA Football 14 Demo Available Now, Features Oregon Ducks

Several Months ago former Oregon Duck Kenjon Barner made it through to the semi finals of the NCAA Football 14 Cover vote. He ended up losing out to Michigan’s Denard Robinson for the honor. The game, which is chock full of some solid new features since last season is due out officially on July 9th, but fans can get their hands on a Demo copy of NCAA Football 14 starting today.

There’s even a bonus for Duck fans. Oregon is one of the featured teams in the demo. According to Operation Sports, a site filled with tips and tricks for a wide variety of games. For me, the game matchup is more intriguing for the Ducks.

The demo features six teams, Oregon vs Texas A&M, Alabama vs Virginia Tech and a Big 10 Matchup with Ohio State and Michigan. Of course, as a demo it does have some limitations and not all the full features of the game are included. Operation Sports says it includes three minute quarters, skills trainer mode, and a new coordinator camera angle.

If you have the chance to play the demo, let me know what you liked about it in the comments section.

In a related post from last week, Oregon’s De’Anthony Thomas is one of the fastest players in the EA Sports game for 2014.

Here’s a quick look at what players will be able to control in the demo from Fansided’s Josh Sanchez.


Again, the full version of EA Sports NCAA Football 14 is due in stores on July 9th.


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