Over the years, one of the longest-running mainstays on the forums has been the community roster updates for NCAA Football 14. Nothing has changed here during the 2021 season. That team continues to hum along as we approach a somewhat more certain future for the next EA Sports College Football game. Regardless, the promise of better days is still a ways off, so that means the updated PS3 and Xbox 360 rosters for NCAA Football 14 remain the best way to get your college football fix.
This effort continues to be spearheaded by a group of folks like vikesfan059, kurtistan, Zaybreezy25, and more. The updates are continuing throughout the season (last updated on November 1), so it’s never a bad time to check in and see how to get the rosters themselves. Once you get involved, you might even want to go a little deeper into the weeds to update the game beyond just the rosters.
There is an offline file you can use for both PS3 and Xbox 360 (you will have to download a file), and there is also a process you can think about undertaking if you want to go with the full College Football Revamped experience. You can always head to their website (and especially join their Discord) if you want to partake in that awesome experience.
With that said, here is the latest information:
NCAA Football 14 Updated Rosters
- The latest update comes from Vikesfan
- On PS3, you would search for PSN: vikesfan059
- Check: Northwestern has QB Andrew Marty
For all the other versions on the consoles (and how to grab the offline file), just head to this post.
Nothing more can be said about what these various groups have done to help keep the college football dream alive all these years, so as always I’ll just say thanks for all the work they do. Support them with love on the forums, on their socials, and when all this is over and a new college football game is finally out, I’m sure they’ll be thinking about how to make that experience better as well. In the meantime, enjoy what’s available here and make sure to keep those NCAA Football 14 copies in mint condition.
Lastly, I want to stress again that joining the College Football Revamped Discord is the best way to show love to that group. You can find a link to the Discord to request an invite in the bio of their Twitter handle. It is the best place to find support on any of the platforms (PS3/Xbox 360/PC). There are also a ton of tutorials, looks at the mod tools, early previews, a look at the playbook editor, and just a good community of folks where you can share screenshots and experiences. Plus, you can still just chat about college football itself and get acquainted with a bunch of people who are passionate about the same thing as you.
I am in a lot of Discord servers at this point, but it’s one of the best when it comes to being a one-stop shop for all your needs as you try to make NCAA Football 14 all it can be.