VIDEO: 'NCAA Football 13' Game Intro, From Rece Davis To Gameplay

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EA Sports has put out a new video showing how "NCAA Football 13" games transition from Rece Davis' new studio contributions to gameplay, featuring footage from a matchup between the Oregon Ducks and the USC Trojans. In the screen above, you can see how the new score ticker feature fits in at the bottom, showing a score from a tight, conference-relevant game.

Other than Davis saying a few words about the stadium, not much has changed about the intro, it appears. There's some cuts of Not Matt Barkley warming up, some sign-tapping, some horse stuff and Not Lane Kiffin leading the team onto the field.

The coolest part: Davis breaks in to report on the Texas Tech Red Raiders knocking off the Texas Longhorns. Since Texas is ranked just behind Oregon and ahead of USC, this would indeed sort of affect our participants. If it more directly impacted the user's team, I'd think Brad Nessler would then comment on that, as far as I understand it.

So! Seems like a cool new feature, though whether linebackers are still psychic will still matter more for the game itself.

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