So, I was browsing ESPN and noticed this article regarding a group of individuals that still update rosters for the old EA NCAA Football video game. For those of you that don't know what I mean, EA stopped making the game a few years ago because of the lawsuit from players that didn't want their likeness being used without being able to receive a monetary benefit. But, even when the game was active, there were people that would update rosters so that if you had the previous years' version, you could still have the correct athletes for the current year in real life. So, now that the game is several years old without a new version, apparently there are people that still create updated rosters. Anyways, I'm reading the article and happens to take a turn that makes it more interesting for us Gator fans. Here's an excerpt of the part most directly related to the Gators and Franks: Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks was amazed when his brother showed him how to download the updated rosters. When he played as himself, however, he had a sinking feeling. His rating was in the low 60s. "I was garbage," he said, laughing. "They had me rated so low I didn't want to play." The redshirt sophomore is determined to improve upon that rating in future updates. "I need to get them numbers up," he said. By late August, Franks will know where he stands. Thanks to Bullard and the rest of the editing team, every player and fan of NCAA Football can keep the game alive for another season. Thought some here might be interested. I also imagine this thread will get completely derailed in some interesting (or completely infuriating) ways. Here is the full link: http://www.espn.com/college-footbal...aa-football-ea-sports-lives-five-years-demise As someone once said....Discuss.