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4 Intriguing Dynasty Teams in NCAA Football 13

Iron Dragon June 12, 2012 0

NCAA Football 13 is just four weeks away and with the improvements that we got to see in the demo, the game looks better than ever. Since the game is about to release, that means it’s almost dynasty time and here is a look at four mid-pack teams to use in NCAA Football 13.

1. Colorado State – The Rams have a stout RB in junior Chris Nwoke (89) and he will be the staple of your offense. With your top three linebackers all over 80, along with a defensive end, you know you will have some playmakers in the front seven on this squad. The team’s top QB is just a true sophomore and a solid offensive line should keep him upright. Not many stand out at wide receiver on this team, but there are alot of young guys who will improve throughout college.

2. Northwestern – The Wildcats have a very well rated offense led by junior QB Kain Colter who was given an 86 OVR rating. The Wildcats have 3 81+ OVR WRs including Demetrius Fields (85) and USC transfer Kyle Prater (84). They also have at least four lineman with an 80 rating, along with two RBs above 79. The Wildcats also have 5 defensive players above an 80, including their top-rated player – a sophomore SS at 88 OVR. They have a good mix of talent and youth on their roster.

3. Tulsa – Hello triple option attack (if you want). Tulsa has two RBs at 90 OVR, a FB at 89 (with 88 SPD & 94 ACC) and a QB at 88 (with 82 SPD & 91 ACC). Now that is one very quick backfield. You have two dangerous runningbacks, who are both juniors – if that doesn’t work just hand it off to the 231lb FB who’s got quite a motor. If that doesn’t work, scramble it with Nebraska transfer QB Cody Green. Then if you need to throw it, 3 WRs over 80 OVR should help. On defense, two linebackers and safeties in the high 80s also bolsters a strong Golden Hurricane defense.

4. Washington State – Release your inner pirate and become virtual Mike Leach with the Cougars. WR Marquess Wilson is just a junior and is a top WR in the NCAA. The 6’4″ catch it all WR is at 94 OVR on the base roster. He’s got a pretty stout QB in Jeff Tuel (85) to throw it to him as well. The Cougars also have 2 other WRs above 80, so you can pass it all over the field. They also have a young sophomore RB leading the way in the backfield, and leading the defense in Pullman is 93 OVR DE Travis Long.

These are just four of the now 123 teams in the game that releases on July 10th!

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