As a sports fan, I’m required by law to say that Erin Andrews is attractive, or else I’ll lose a man card. With that out of the way, those of you that dig NCAA Football over Madden now have another reason to rejoice, as Andrews, in addition to her duties as a sideline reporter in NCAA Football 10, is also going to host “Road to Glory”, a video documentary of your college exploits (only the on the field ones “" Andrews doesn’t care if you were able to do a kegstand without puking, brah).

EA also let us know that they have completely redesigned the 3D dorm room that shows your trophies and accomplishments, and have added online leaderboards so you can see just who is the biggest man on any campus. That should give you plenty reason to come back and improve your game, even without having Virtual Erin telling you how awesome you are.

NCAA Football 10 will be out for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Playstation 2 and Playstation Portable on July 14. Check back here for more info and a review later this month. For now, we have screens for you, as well as a behind-the-scenes trailer starring Ms. Andrews.

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Marc Normandin was gaming editor of Blast from 2008 to mid-2010. You can reach him via e-mail at marcnormandin@gmail.com, or follow him on Twitter @Marc_Normandin

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  1. Stephen Greenwell

    While I like to look at Erin Andrews, do people actually watch these video game competition shows? I guess they have to watch the Madden one, because season three of it will be starting soon enough, but I personally dislike them. I’d much rather see ESPN go back to (Gasp!) showing sports in primetime, instead of shows about sports video games and poker.

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