NCAA Football 14 is an American football video game published by EA Sports and developed by EA Tiburon. Part of the NCAA Football series, it is the successor to NCAA Football 13. Despite the game’s positive critical and commercial reception, no sequel was produced the following year. Due to legal issues surrounding the game’s use of college player likenesses, as of May 2020, NCAA Football 2014 is the last installment of the NCAA Football series.
As the most recent entry in the dormant series, the game continues to be played, with unofficial roster updates being released reflecting subsequent seasons.1 However, the game is now out of print and has become one of the most valuable and sought after games on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
NCAA Football 14 is part of Electronic Arts’s NCAA Football video game series. Part of the game’s development focused on improving its user interface and presentation, with a mantra to “keep things fast” and “keep things moving”.
The changes included a streamlined main menu (replacing a graphically-intensive menu design modeled upon the ESPN College Football graphics package), a shorter pre-game segment, more varied in-game vignettes, and a new halftime show with ESPN’s Rece Davis and David Pollack. The game featured Kirk Herbstreit and Brad Nessler as commentators.2