EA Sports Ships NCAA Football 2003Best-selling College Football Video Game Brings You the Ultimate College Experience REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--July 22, 2002--Whether you have played on the field, watched from the stands or enjoyed the game from the comfort of your home, your chance to relive the excitement and pageantry of college football is available with NCAA® Football 2003, launched today from Electronic Arts. The best-selling college football game makes its debut on the Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft and the Nintendo GameCube(TM) and is back for a second installment on the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system. NCAA Football 2003 captures the intensity, pageantry, tradition and spirit of college football like no other game available. Complete with new 3D cheerleaders, 50 sideline roaming 3D mascots and more than 200 team-specific chants and fight songs, gamers will truly experience all that is special to college football. Featuring an even deeper Dynasty Mode(TM), gamers can customize their schedules to choose non-conference and non-traditional games and recruit players in order to help improve their programs prestige. With Rivalry Mode, players can compete in historic rival games with the winner taking one of the 23 coveted rivalry trophies. These trophies along with conference championships, bowl games and individual player award trophies can then be displayed in the new Trophy Room feature for all to see. Players can also earn a chance to compete for a coveted spot in the National Championship game, the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl or one of 28 bowl games including the new San Francisco Bowl, Hawaii Bowl and Queen City Bowl. Gamers can select from any of the 117 Division I-A or 27 Division I-AA teams and will also be able to choose from a variety of new plays and formations specific to college football such as new option variations and dynamic wide receiver splits. With Create-A-School, players can create their own team and customize everything from the school name and nickname to the uniform, stadium and fight song. Back for a second year is the award-winning broadcast team of Brad Nessler, Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit.