Erin Andrews Hosts NCAA Football 10s Road to Glory

June 29, 2009

Erin Andrews Hosts NCAA Football
10’s “Road to Glory”

Erin Andrews and Kirk Herbstreit
Chronicle Your College Football Career in New Mode

Television sports reporter Erin
Andrews will be featured as the host of Road to Glory, a new mode in NCAA
Football 10 for Xbox 360 and PS3. Road to Glory is a broadcast-style video
presentation in which Andrews and Kirk Herbstreit chronicle your career as a
college student athlete.

The new Road to Glory mode allows
you to choose a position, embark on a college career and then reflect on your
greatest moments through video presentations presented by Andrews. For the first
time ever, your actual in-game highlights will be featured in these
broadcast-style presentations. Plus, an all-new, completely redesigned 3-D dorm
room prominently displays triumphant moments through photos, trophies, NCAA
Football news and more. New online leaderboards allow you to compare your legend
versus every other legend across the nation. The comparison of each position can
be sorted by everyone who is playing that particular position with the same
team, the same conference or can be compared across all NCAA teams.


Click here to download a new Road to Glory video
from NCAA Football 10.

In addition to hosting Road to
Glory, Andrews is also featured as a sideline reporter in NCAA Football 10.
Andrews is the newest addition to the NCAA Football 10 broadcast team, joining
Kirk Herbstreit, Brad Nessler and Lee Corso in a game that envelopes the
excitement and pageantry of college football at its best. Including Andrews as
part of the NCAA Football 10 broadcast team complements the franchise commitment
to offer the most authentic college football experience available on any gaming
platform. Andrews has served as a sideline reporter for ESPN’s College Football
Saturdays since 2004.

Developed in Orlando, Florida by EA
Tiburon, NCAA Football 10 will be available in stores on July 14th for the Xbox
360, the PlayStation 2 and PLAYSTATION 3 and the PSP. NCAA Football 10 has been
rated “E” for everyone by the ESRB.