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NCAA Football 07 Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:NCAA Football 07's biggest recruit isn't an unstoppable ballcarrier or ballhawking defender - it's momentum! Make game-turning plays like clutch sacks, fake punts, and blocked kicks to get it on your side! Shape a storied football tradition in ten-season Dynasty Mode. Build new rivalries online with in-depth WiFi Multiplayer. Relive classic college showdowns and reshape the outcome of some of the sport's greatest games with Classic Rivalries like Michigan-Ohio State, Oklahoma-Texas, and more. ESPN Radio and the ESPN Sports Ticker keep you up-to-date on the latest sports news, and a Mascot Madness game lets you take the field for some wacky antics featuring your favorite school's costumed hero.
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