This article on ESPN about those keeping the video game alive by updating with each years' custom rosters: http://www.espn.com/college-footbal...aa-football-ea-sports-lives-five-years-demise I personally have a copy of NCAA Football 13 for my PS3 which I play a few times a year to keep the game going. I understand why they stopped because of the lawsuit, but I don't understand why they haven't started up again. When you take a look at the details of the lawsuit (profiting off player's likenesses and traits) this seems like a very easy fix. Just release the game with all the IP's of the universities, as before, but have completely randomized rosters with random numbers, names, skin colors, weights, heights, and stats. That would eliminate everything related to the players and the game should be able to start up again immediately.