Cover Stars: NCAA Football 10

The trend of multiple cover athletes for EA Sports' NCAA Football series continues in 2009, as four former college players have been selected to appear on various covers of NCAA Football 10. Take a look:Name: Brian JohnsonVersion: PlayStation 3School: UtahPosition: QB2008 Stats: 149.43 rating,...

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The trend of multiple cover athletes for EA Sports' NCAA Football series continues in 2009, as four former college players have been selected to appear on various covers of NCAA Football 10. Take a look:



Name: Brian Johnson
Version: PlayStation 3
School: Utah
Position: QB
2008 Stats: 149.43 rating, 2,972 yards, 27 touchdowns, 9 interceptions
Career Stats: 7,838 yards, 57 touchdowns, 27 interceptions



Name: Mark Sanchez
Version: PlayStation Portable
School: USC
Position: QB
2008 Stats: 164.64 rating, 3,207 yards, 34 touchdowns, 10 interceptions
Career Stats: 3,965 yards, 41 touchdowns, 16 interceptions

Name: Brian Orakpo
Version: PlayStation 2
School: Texas
Position: DT
2008 Stats: 42 tackles, 11.5 sacks
Career Stats: 132 tackles, 22 sacks

(Sorry for the tiny image, but it's the only one we've got right now)

Name: Michael Crabtree
Version: Xbox 360
School: Texas Tech
Position: WR
2008 Stats: 97 receptions, 1,165 yards, 19 touchdowns
Career Stats: 231 receptions, 3,127 yards, 41 touchdowns

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Discussion

12 comments
shayor_usa
shayor_usa

did orakpo seriously play DT or is that a mistake?

tiki203
tiki203

@john please don't start the fanboyism

johnsnat
johnsnat

PS3 gets the worst cover, a guy whos not going to play in NFL. Thats ok we all know which system is the best

frmoq
frmoq

i love the xbox360 disclaimer

patrickbrowne
patrickbrowne

i kind of thought knowshon moreno or chris wells was going to be on the cover

maverick_76
maverick_76

Wow that was a shock, the PS3 cover. I kinda wish Orakpo was on the PS3 cover and Johnson on the PS2 (I'm a huge Longhorns fan!).

Sherman91587
Sherman91587

Yeah thats what I am talking about GCAMP. I am def getting this game cuz Crabtree is with my niners. The next TO that isnt a crybaby.... and if he is then Sing will put him in his place.... or pull his pants down in front of him haha. But must say very excited for the game to come out all covers look sick.

GCAMP1528
GCAMP1528

Crabtree should be on all the covers hes da bomb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mechberg
mechberg gamerep

@ts-bhouse Maybe because Tebow isn't going pro? Provided he doesn't go all Percy Harvin on us next year (and I doubt he will), I think he's a virtual lock for the cover of NCAA 11.

geaux321
geaux321

Still shocked Brian Johnson got a cover. Glad that Crabtree, the best player in NCAA last year, got one.

mechberg
mechberg gamerep

The trend of multiple cover athletes for EA Sports' NCAA Football series continues in 2009, as four former college players have been selected to appear on various covers of NCAA Football 10. Take a look:

Name: Brian JohnsonVersion: PlayStation 3School: UtahPosition: QB2008 Stats: 149.43 rating, 2,972 yards, 27 touchdowns, 9 interceptionsCareer Stats: 7,838 yards, 57 touchdowns, 27 interceptions

Name: Mark SanchezVersion: PlayStation PortableSchool: USCPosition: QB2008 Stats: 164.64 rating, 3,207 yards, 34 touchdowns, 10 interceptionsCareer Stats: 3,965 yards, 41 touchdowns, 16 interceptions

Name: Brian OrakpoVersion: PlayStation 2School: TexasPosition: DT2008 Stats: 42 tackles, 11.5 sacksCareer Stats: 132 tackles, 22 sacks

(Sorry for the tiny image, but it's the only one we've got right now)

Name: Michael Crabtree Version: Xbox 360 School: Texas Tech Position: WR 2008 Stats: 97 receptions, 1,165 yards, 19 touchdowns Career Stats: 231 receptions, 3,127 yards, 41 touchdowns

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