Jan. 31, 2013
Ohio State is one of eight football programs in the running to be the cover of the 2013 NCAA Football game. Fans can vote for their school on the NCAA Football Facebook page at www.facebook.com/easportsncaafootball/photos_stream. A final round of competition among the top four vote-getting schools, and the announcement of what former player will represent their school and appear on the cover, is forthcoming.
Below are the schools advancing into the round of eight:
2. Texas A&M
4. Ohio State
6. Notre Dame
8. Florida State
In the coming week EA SPORTS will begin announcing the athletes which will be representing their respective schools on Facebook. Fans should check back daily as the biggest names in college football are unveiled, all in the hopes of securing the cover for their alma mater. Athlete-specific voting will begin on Monday, February 4th and continue until Monday, February 18th, at which point the field will be cut to four.
Team-specific assets can be found at ncaafootballcovervote.newslinevine.com
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