It’s been a while since the last release of an NCAA Football video game.
NCAA 14 was the most recent installment to the series, which was discontinued because of legal disputes over player likeness.
Now, with the addition of NIL to college athletics, the series can continue. Electronic Arts has an expected release date sometime during summer of 2023.
Until the game releases, we can at least speculate over what ratings would have been given for 2022, right?
I’ve compiled Auburn’s projected starters, taken a look at how Madden values their 43 different ratings for different position groups, taken a look at a couple of formulas, and put together what might resemble the Tigers in NCAA Football 22 (if it existed.)
Auburn’s offense averages out to be a 78 overall. Not too shabby for an offense that averaged 27.8 points per game last season. The defense is slightly better, averaging out to an 82 overall. The secondary was an issue for me. If McCreary was still here, the defense would probably get a significant bump.
The Tigers average out to an 81 overall using this calculator.
Here is every projected Auburn starter’s predicted NCAA Football video game overall rating, along with some of their key individual ratings.
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