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Posted by: Nathan at 3/19/2008 3:19 PM
Sparty, the Michigan State University's Mascot will be gracing the cover of EA Sports Nintendo Wii edition of NCAA Football 09. Sparty beat out other mascots from Central Florida, Washington State, Auburn, LSU, and Nebraska to name a few. No news yet if Sparty will don mjolinr Armor like a spartan soldier for the cover of the 360 edition.


SPARTY THE SPARTAN FROM MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY SELECTED AS NCAA FOOTBALL 09 COVER MASCOT FOR THE WII

 

 

March 18, 2008 – The people have spoken!  EA SPORTS asked college football fans to vote and determine which college mascot would have the honor of being on the cover of NCAA Football 09 for the Nintendo Wii.  Although it was a tightly contested race, Sparty the Spartan from Michigan State University came out victorious.  

Sparty the Spartan is Michigan State University’s fearless and loveable mascot and a figure known throughout the state of Michigan across the nation. Sparty, the heart of Michigan State, is a National Mascot Champion and has participated in the Universal Cheer Association’s National Championships.  

 

Through the NCAA Football 09 Wii Cover Mascot Challenge, fans went online and cast more than 700,000 votes for their favorite mascots.  Mascots from Central Florida, Washington State, Auburn, LSU, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa State, Alabama and Penn State rounded out the top ten. 

 

NCAA Football 09 for the Nintendo Wii will focus on a more stylized gameplay that is quick and easy for fans to jump in and out of great head-to-head action, or manage their favorite college team through the “Dynasty Mode”.  New to the Nintendo Wii platform, NCAA Football 09 will feature EA SPORTS Family Play controls, a multiplayer social experience that allows novice users to compete against advanced players and still enjoy success.  The Easy Play controls are designed for the more novice fans, but also feature a traditional default setting for the more seasoned veterans.  NCAA Football 09 will feature close to 200 schools from both the FBS and FCS divisions, making it the most authentic college sports gaming experience available for the Nintendo Wii. 

 

For more information, please visit www.ncaafootball09.com.