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NCAA Football 11

NCAA Football 11 is a college football video game created by EA Sports and developed by EA Tiburon. It is the successor to NCAA Football 10 in the NCAA Football series. It was released on July 13, 2010 for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. A handheld version was released for iOS on June 24, 2010.

On February 26, 2010, the first features for the game were announced. [1]

  • Dynasty Wire, a web based story generator created for Online Dynasty play.
  • New momentum based locomotion engine, creating more realistic movements.
  • Team-specific entrances into the game.
  • Real Assignment AI and a new blocking system.
  • Helmet numbers for teams such as Alabama.
  • On-field referees.
  • Pro-Tak gang tackling.
  • Auto-saves.
  • Formation substitutions.
  • Improved equipment such as helmets, towels, hand warmers, sleeves, and knee braces. [2]
  • Dynamic conference logos (for Team Builder play and Custom Conferences).
  • Auto loading rosters.
  • Single bowl season (for Online Dynasty play).
  • New team mascots. [3]
  • Improved lighting. [4]
  • ESPN style presentation and commentary featuring Brad Nessler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Erin Andrews. [5]Lee Corso will no longer provide commentary for the game. [6]
  • Improved recruiting system (for Dynasty Mode play).

A demo was released on June 14, 2010 at the Xbox Live Marketplace (Xbox 360) and PlayStation Store (PlayStation 3). It included four different matchups to play with as well as alternate uniforms for use in the full game. These matchups are the "Red River Rivalry" with Oklahoma and Texas in the Cotton Bowl and the "Sunshine Showdown" with Florida at Florida State, along with Miami at Ohio State and Missouri at Clemson.

On April 8, 2010, former Florida Gators Quarterback Tim Tebow was announced as the cover athlete for all four game platforms. The return to a single cover athlete breaks the trend that was seen in the previous two installments of the series where a different cover athlete was chosen for each platform. [7]

In July 2010, Time Warner announced that it would offer a copy of NCAA Football 11 and a copy of The Greatest College Bowl Game Moments DVD free with a paid subscription to Sports Illustrated. [8]

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Unlockable - Achievements List - Cheats for NCAA Football 11 PC @

NCAA Football 11 Cheats NCAA Football 11 Cheats : Unlockable - Achievements List

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Score 35+ points in a game running an Air Raid offense (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Rush for 100+ yards in a game with an Air Raid offense (excludes co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Call at least one play from 10 different formation sets using a Multiple offense (excludes co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Run a One Back offense and gain 200 yards rushing in a game (excludes co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Score 35+ points in a game running an Option offense (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Throw for 300 yards in one game using an Option offense (excludes co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Gain 100 yards rushing with a QB and a HB while running Pistol offense in a game (excludes co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Using a West Coast/Pro Style offense, complete passes to 8 different receivers (excludes co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Gain 300 yards passing in a game throwing to at least 5 receivers using the Run and Shoot(no co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Score a touchdown running only no huddle for an entire drive with a Spread offense (excludes co-op).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: With a Spread offense, score 2 TD's from audibled plays while running no huddle (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Break a run for 50 or more yards in a Play Now, Dynasty, or Road to Glory game (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Complete a pass for 50 or more yards in a Play Now, Dynasty, or Road to Glory game (excludes co-op).

Reward: 5 Points

Objective: Score a touchdown with a player subbed in using Formation Subs (excludes co-op).

Reward: 5 Points

Objective: Score a touchdown handing off to the fullback on a triple option play (excludes co-op).

Reward: 5 Points

Objective: Score a touchdown on a QB Choice run play (excludes co-op).

Reward: 5 Points

Objective: Score a touchdown running a draw play on 3rd and 6+ yards (excludes co-op).

Reward: 10 Points

Objective: Score a touchdown as time expires to win the game (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Gain 200 rushing yards and 200 passing yards in the same game (excludes co-op and Road to Glory).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Hold the opposition to under 100 total yards in a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Complete a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game with a Red Zone Efficiency rating of 100% (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Complete a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game without allowing a TD from the Red Zone (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: With Player Lock on, return an interception for a TD (excludes co-op).

Reward: 10 Points

Objective: Spotlight a receiver and get an interception on him in a Play Now or Dynasty game (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Win a game by 35+ points on Heisman difficulty (excludes co-op).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Have the #1 ranked recruiting class in a season in single team Dynasty Mode.

Reward: 20 Points

Objective: In a single phone call, take 250 points away from one school by downplaying pitches.

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Get an instant commit from a prospect by offering a scholarship on a one topic call.

Reward: 20 Points

Objective: Secure a commitment from a prospect that was a soft commit elsewhere.

Reward: 30 Points

Objective: Convince a player with an overall rating of 95 or higher to stay.

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: Sign a 5-star QB or HB with a 2-star prestige school in a single team Dynasty (no ATH).

Reward: 20 Points

Objective: In a single team Dynasty, develop new pipelines in Texas, California, and Florida.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Remove the redshirt from a player in a game, and earn player of the game status with that player.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: In a single team Dynasty, earn an invite to a BCS game with a team from a non-BCS conference.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: In a solo Dynasty or Road to Glory season, have a player with an avg 6+ yds per carry (min 100 att).

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: In a solo Dynasty or Road to Glory season, have a QB with a completion % of 65+ (min. 100 attempts).

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: In a solo Dynasty or Road to Glory season, get 20+ passing and 20+ rushing TD's with one player.

Reward: 30 Points

Objective: Invite 5 or more recruits to a game and get all A- or better visit grades in a single user Dynasty.

Reward: 20 Points

Objective: Be the last remaining undefeated team in a single team Dynasty season.

Reward: 30 Points

Objective: Play an entire season in a single team Dynasty and remain undefeated.

Reward: 30 Points

Objective: In a single team Dynasty, maintain a #1 ranking for the entire season.

Reward: 25 Points

Objective: In a single team Dynasty, win all games in a season by 21+. (Must play the BCS title game)

Reward: 30 Points

Objective: Win all bowl trophies (including National Championship) in Dynasty or Road to Glory modes.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Play and win the High School Championship Game in any state.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Become a 5-star prospect in Road to Glory Mode.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Become a starter in Road to Glory Mode.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: Win the Heisman Memorial Trophy� in single team Dynasty Mode or Road to Glory Mode.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: In Road to Glory Mode, earn a spot on your team's All-Time leaderboard.

Reward: 15 Points

Objective: In Road to Glory Mode, earn a spot on your conference's All-Time leaderboard.

Reward: 90 Points

Objective: In Road to Glory Mode, earn a spot on the NCAA All-Time leaderboard.

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NCAA Football 06 Cover Edit

The cover of the game breaks away from tradition by featuring Desmond Howard, a Heisman-winning player from the University of Michigan. He is the only cover athlete not to have played for his college team the season before their respective video game (as the cover usually features an NFL rookie); Howard last played at Michigan in 1991.

Gameplay Edit

The use of Desmond Howard on the cover was a reflection of this game's most notable new gameplay feature, Race for the Heisman. In this game mode, you begin as a high school standout hoping to sign with a major college program. After choosing your position and your position-specific drill, you are offered three scholarships, or you can walk on to a school of your choice. The prestige of the offering schools depends on how you performed in your drill. After selecting what school to play for, the player is automatically placed in the starting line up. As the seasons go on, the player's attributes increase depending on performance, with the ultimate goal of winning the Heisman trophy.

Another new feature is the Impact Player. Each team has three impact players, usually the three highest rated players on the roster, but there is always at least one on offense and one on defense. It should be noted that some teams' impact players are kickers or punters, while offensive linemen are never bestowed the honor. During games, impact players are called upon to make big plays when "in the zone" (indicated by a pulsating white impact icon underneath the player). If they execute a big play, action pauses and the camera zooms in on the tackle, juke move, reception, interception, etc.

Still around from the previous version is The Top 25 Toughest Places to Play (The University of Florida's Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, or "The Swamp", remains #1 in 06). Other features that remain included the slightly modified Dynasty Mode (with a new In-Season Recruiting feature), all-time and historic teams, Create-a-School, and more.

Main Menu Highlight Reel Edit

NCAA Football 06 was the first game in the franchise to feature a highlight reel on the main menu with footage of plays made by some of the most famous players in college football history, including:

Soundtrack Edit

Prior to the release of this installment, the only music featured in the franchise were the fight songs of several major colleges. These would play at random, with the fight song of the user-selected "favorite team" playing when the game was turned on. NCAA Football 06 was the first and last installment to include licensed music in an effort to keep the series in uniform with other EA Sports releases such as the Madden, NHL, and FIFA series. This format was dropped for NCAA Football 07, with the soundtrack returning to college fight songs. It should be noted that in NCAA Football 06, it was possible to turn off the licensed music and listen to the fight songs. Most of the soundtrack are punk or post-punk songs, with the exception of "Out All Night" and "Me Myself and I".

  • Bad Religion - "Atomic Garden"
  • The Clash - "Train in Vain (Stand by Me)"
  • De La Soul - "Me Myself and I"
  • Guided by Voices - "Teenage FBI"
  • Jawbreaker - "Bad Scene, Everyone's Fault"
  • Lagwagon - "Know It All"
  • Lush - "Ladykillers"
  • Mother Love Bone - "This Is Shangri-La"
  • The Mr. T Experience - "More Than Toast"
  • Ned's Atomic Dustbin - "Kill Your Television"
  • NOFX - "Jeff Wears Birkenstocks?"
  • Pixies - "Debaser"
  • Superchunk - "Hyper Enough"
  • The Pietasters - "Out All Night"
  • Therapy? - "Nowhere"

NCAA Football 11 - Trophy Guide

NCAA Football 11 – Trophy Guide

August 17, 2010Written by Adam Wolfe

Speed Reader (Bronze) – Score a touchdown on a QB Choice run play (excludes co-op).

– The QB choice play is usually a shotgun play where you have the option to hand the ball off or run. This is slightly different from the option play as the running back will not be trailing behind you waiting for the pitch. Usually to tell if a play is a QB choice play the formation will show the QB and RB intersecting and then running in opposite directions. To do the QB choice play wait till you get close to the goal line and instead of holding X to give the ball the RB simply pretend to hand off and run up the middle. If you score you get the trophy. Be sure to choose a good scrambling QB (Ohio State) and a bad defense (San Jose State).

Draw Me a Touchdown (Bronze) – Score a touchdown running a draw play on 3rd and 6+ yards (excludes co-op).

– Every playbook and almost every formation offers some sort of draw play. You need to simply run a draw play on a 3rd and six or longer and score a touchdown. This can be done from any point on the field and not just simply from the six yard line. Choose a team with a good running back (Alabama) and a bad defense (San Jose State).

Hero (Bronze) – Score a touchdown as time expires to win the game (excludes co-op).

– Do exactly as the trophy says score a TD while losing or tied with zero second left on the clock in the forth quarter. This is best done with 1 min quarters and playing defense first. Hold your opponent to 3 or less points in the first half. Then when you take the ball over in the second half do not score till the last play of the game. This may take a couple tries, but with the difficulty set on Freshman it shouldn’t be to rough.

Balanced Attack (Bronze) – Gain 200 rushing yards and 200 passing yards in the same game (excludes co-op and Road to Glory).

-This does not need to be with one or two players it is a combined team total. Select 15 min quarters and Freshman difficulty to make things easier. Run a balance game of passing and rushing and you should get this relatively easy.

The D Is For… (Bronze) – Hold the opposition to under 100 total yards in a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game (excludes co-op).

– This really is not all that rough. Select 1 min quarters and then hold your opponents to under 100 total yards.

Red Zone Perfection (Bronze) – Complete a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game with a Red Zone Efficiency rating of 100% (excludes co-op).

– You need to score every time you enter the red zone which is from the 20 yard line to the goal line on either side of the field. Just make sure you score and do not perform and turnover in the red zone. Best way to do this is get to the red zone once score a TD or field goal and then do not get done in the red zone again. Set the quarters length to 1 min to make things a little easier.

Red Zone Shutout (Bronze) – Complete a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game without allowing a TD from the Red Zone (excludes co-op).

– You will need to keep your opponent from scoring a TD within the red zone. They can score a field goal just no touchdown. Choose 1 min quarters to make things easier.

Lock It Up (Bronze) – With Player Lock on, return an interception for a TD (excludes co-op).

– This trophy can be difficult. You lock on to the player by selecting the player you want and then pressing L3. The camera will then position itself behind that player. What makes this difficult is when your in player lock it is hard to decipher between pass plays and rush plays. More then likely this will just be trial and error until you intercept the ball. Then you need to return it for a TD which is also kind of difficult. Keep at it and you will eventually get this.

In Your Crosshairs (Bronze) – Spotlight a receiver and get an interception on him in a Play Now or Dynasty game (excludes co-op).

– To spotlight a receiver you will need to hold L2 and then select the corresponding button above the receiver, tight end or running back. To increase odds of getting this trophy Spotlight the other teams top player on every play. You only need to intercept the pass you do not need to return it for a TD.

Veteran (Bronze) – Win a game by 35+ points on Heisman difficulty (excludes co-op).

– This is by far the most difficult trophy as the computer is very difficult on the Heisman difficulty. There is not a lot of strategy to this and will rely heavily on you skills. Pick a very good team (Alabama) and a weak opponent (San Jose State). You will need to score a lot of points so pass a lot and try and have good ball control. Will probably be best to choose 15 min quarters as that will allow you to score the most points.

Best Class Ever (Bronze) – Have the #1 ranked recruiting class in a season in single team Dynasty Mode.

– To get this trophy first go into the Russel top 100. Getting commitments from players on this list is key, since you will need to get as many 4 and 5 star players as possible. Any player that has a green dot by there name is already interested in your school and will be your easiest targets.

You will need to offer players scholarships, and this should be your main focus in the beginning as this alone will get some players to commit. After all scholarships have been offered it is now time to get to the dirty work. You will need to make calls and order convince players to come on board. Focus and spend the most time on the 4 and 5 star players. Be sure to pitch what is most important to the prospect, but do not hesitate to try and sway the prospects interests if your school is ranked with an A or A+ ranking in a particular category.

Once you’ve got a prospect interested and ready invite him for a visit. You can set up three activities so make sure these are activities that are important to your school. If he still has not signed after the visit you still can make calls in order to keep his interest. If by chance you lose a prospect then just grab another player.

You will receive this trophy at the end of the final week of the offseason if you are the number have the number 1 class.

Point Some Fingers (Bronze) – In a single phone call, take 250 points away from one school by downplaying pitches.

– Downplaying pitches is a newer feature added to NCAA. Each player has a top ten list of potential schools. When you call a player you can downplay the others schools offers an order to sway them to your school. The easiest way is to pick a big name school and go after a 2 -3 star player as they will usually have multiple schools they are interested in. Pick 6 topics to talk about and focus all of your efforts on lower ranked school. Each topic will have a rating for each school so be sure that you focus and downplay those topics. If you encounter a topic that you aren’t as good at simply pass and change topics. It also helps to focus on the topics that you are vastly superior on such as a rating of an A to a C. As long as you take your time and focus on the one school you should be able to get this rather easily.

One Hit Wonder (Bronze) – Get an instant commit from a prospect by offering a scholarship on a one topic call.

– For this trophy focus on the prospects that are already interested in your school. They will have a green dot by their name. Pick a 2 to 3 star prospects since they will be the easiest to sway. Make a 1 topic 10 minute call, then when your on the pitches screen select offer scholarship. If they except the trophy is yours. To make things even easier select a top school such as Alabama.

Switcheroo (Bronze) – Secure a commitment from a prospect that was a soft commit elsewhere.

– A soft commitment is when a player has given his word to a school, but has yet to sign there. This will be the top school on that players list. You will need to try and downplay that schools offers and order to get the prospect interested in yours. Follow the tips in the “Point Some Fingers” trophy to get this trophy.

Program Changer (Bronze) – Sign a 5-star QB or HB with a 2-star prestige school in a single team Dynasty (no ATH).

– Pick a team with a 2-star rating such as Nevada or Baylor. Select as many 5 star rated RB and QB as possible preferable ones from your schools states. Then reorder your list and focus on the most interested prospects and spend the most time with them on the calls. Each week reorder your list and focus on the top interested prospects and with persistence you will get the player and the trophy.

Setup Shop In the Big 3 (Bronze) – In a single team Dynasty, develop new pipelines in Texas, California, and Florida.

– You need to sign 5 – 10 prospects from each state in order to develop a pipeline. These can be any ranked player and does not need to be done in one year. You simply need to do this throughout the duration of your dynasty. You also can use a school that already has a pipeline in these three states, so selecting a Texas or Florida is possible, and will be easier.

What a Weekend (Silver) – Invite 5 or more recruits to a game and get all A- or better visit grades in a single user Dynasty.

– You will need to invite at least 5 recruits to your school during one week. When the recruits visit you will set up 3 activities, so be sure the activities have a green line beside them which means the recruit is highly interested in this. At the end of the week you can view the recruits rating of the visit. If five of them rated you A- or better you will get the trophy.

Cheat codes for NCAA Football 11

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of Gamerscore points:

Raid offense (excludes co-op).

Mix It Up (15 points): Rush for 100+ yards in a game with an Air

Raid offense (excludes co-op).

Multiple Offense (25 points): Call at least one play from 10

different formation sets using a Multiple offense (excludes co-op).

One Back (25 points): Run a One Back offense and gain 200 yards

rushing in a game (excludes co-op).

Options (25 points): Score 35+ points in a game running an Option

offense (excludes co-op).

Throw 'Em a Curveball (15 points): Throw for 300 yards in one game

using an Option offense (excludes co-op).

Pistol (25 points): Gain 100 yards rushing with a QB and a HB

while running Pistol offense in a game (excludes co-op).

West Coast/Pro Style (25 points): Using a West Coast/Pro Style

offense, complete passes to 8 different receivers (excludes co-op).

Run and Shoot (25 points): Gain 300 yards passing in a game

throwing to at least 5 receivers using the Run and Shoot(no co-op).

Aggressive Spread No Huddle (25 points): Score a touchdown running

only no huddle for an entire drive with a Spread offense (excludes

Spread No Huddle (25 points): With a Spread offense, score 2 TD's

from audibled plays while running no huddle (excludes co-op).

There He Goes. (15 points): Break a run for 50 or more yards in

a Play Now, Dynasty, or Road to Glory game (excludes co-op).

Take a Stab Downfield (15 points): Complete a pass for 50 or more

yards in a Play Now, Dynasty, or Road to Glory game (excludes

Formation Sub Success (5 points): Score a touchdown with a player

subbed in using Formation Subs (excludes co-op).

1st Option For 6 (5 points): Score a touchdown handing off to the

fullback on a triple option play (excludes co-op).

Speed Reader (5 points): Score a touchdown on a QB Choice run play

Draw Me a Touchdown (5 points): Score a touchdown running a draw

play on 3rd and 6+ yards (excludes co-op).

Hero (10 points): Score a touchdown as time expires to win the

game (excludes co-op).

Balanced Attack (15 points): Gain 200 rushing yards and 200

passing yards in the same game (excludes co-op and Road to Glory).

The D Is For. (15 points): Hold the opposition to under 100

total yards in a Play Now or Dynasty Mode game (excludes co-op).

Red Zone Perfection (15 points): Complete a Play Now or

Dynasty Mode game with a Red Zone Efficiency rating of 100%

Red Zone Shutout (15 points): Complete a Play Now or Dynasty Mode

game without allowing a TD from the Red Zone (excludes co-op).

Lock It Up (15 points): With Player Lock on, return an

interception for a TD (excludes co-op).

In Your Crosshairs (10 points): Spotlight a receiver and get an

interception on him in a Play Now or Dynasty game (excludes co-op).

Veteran (15 points): Win a game by 35+ points on Heisman

difficulty (excludes co-op).

Best Class Ever (15 points): Have the #1 ranked recruiting class

in a season in single team Dynasty Mode.

Point Some Fingers (20 points): In a single phone call, take 250

points away from one school by downplaying pitches.

One Hit Wonder (25 points): Get an instant commit from a prospect

by offering a scholarship on a one topic call.

Switcheroo (20 points): Secure a commitment from a prospect that

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