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New EA College Football Video Game Not A Believer In Neyland Stadium, Tennessee Offense

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The new EA College Football video game is releasing a number of rankings this week. They released their top 25 hardest stadiums to play in on Tuesday and released their top 25 offenses in the country on Thursday.

And the new game is not a very big believer in the power of Neyland Stadium or Josh Heupel and Nico Iamaleava.

Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium ranked No. 13 nationally in EA College Football’s hardest places to play coming in behind Texas A&M’s Kyle Field (No. 1), Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium (2), LSU’s Tiger Stadium (3), Georgia’s Sanford Stadium (5), Oklahoma’s Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium (8) and Florida’s Ben Hill Griffin (10).

The Vols are 13-1 at Neyland Stadium in their last two seasons with their lone loss coming against No. 1 Georgia last season.

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While the new EA College Football game didn’t rank Neyland Stadium as one of the 10 best stadiums, they are even lower on Heupel’s fourth offense at Tennessee.

The Vols didn’t even make the list of the top 25 offenses in the country. It’s unclear where Tennessee’s offense ranks but it earned a ranking under an 83 overall and is ranked worse than Virginia Tech, UCF, Memphis, Clemson and Kansas.

EA’s extremely popular college football video game is coming back for the first time in 10 years this season. The game officially releases on July 19. A number of Tennessee stars including Nico Iamaleava have opted to be in the game while a few projected starters like LSU offensive tackle Lance Heard and Oregon State cornerback Jermod McCoy have not opted into the game.

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