March 8th, 2013 at 11:25 PM ^

"We are aware of the voting irregularities around the NCAA Football 14 Cover Vote. We are in touch with the players and schools involved in the final round voting, and in the spirit of integrity and fair play, are in agreement that only votes from legitimate accounts will be counted in the cover vote."


seems they will stop the poll tonight, and take few days to count all the real votes. 


March 9th, 2013 at 12:02 AM ^

So this means Denard will win right? Any chance Swope got more legit votes?

I'm assuming the answer is no because Denard had a big lead a few days ago. But I also feel like this allows EA sports to pretty much pick whoever they want to win and cover it up as a "recount".


March 9th, 2013 at 12:25 AM ^

A&M fans are claiming that Michigan fans were cheating first which prompted their cheating and brought them back in the race. However when you look at where Denard was at one point, up over 14k votes, there is no way the A&M fans legitimately got Swope back in the race. After they remove all the fraudulent votes I am sure Denard will still be the winner. Some of their fans were even posting links to this blog. It was quite ridiculous. So glad this is over.


March 9th, 2013 at 12:16 AM ^

HUZZAH! I believe we have done it ladies and gentleman. I am fully prepared to announce that Denard Robinson will be on the cover of EA sports NCAA Football 14. 


March 9th, 2013 at 5:22 AM ^

Word on the street is that this morning, David Boies’ associates, Chad Hanging and Bill S. Preston, Esq., will be filing a Complaint and Order to Show Cause in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida at the Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale (about 17.5 miles from Deerfield Beach, Florida), seeking to have Denard Robinson of the University of Michigan declared the winner of the EA Sports NCAA Football ‘14 Cover Vote election and all ballots and voting machines used in the election impounded until the Court has made its final decision.

Film crews from ESPN, MGoBlog, the NFL Network and the Onion Sports Network already are there to cover the proceedings

We'll continue to cover this story as it develops.  Now, back to our regulalrly scheduled programming.. 


March 9th, 2013 at 9:25 AM ^

If Fbook cooperates with EA Sports, it'd be a relatively simple process to find legimitate votes I think.  Only take votes for accounts created before March 7th (or whatever day/time they see fit) and don't take votes from the 'cause' pages that are linked to a single user's profile.

There's really no feasible way Denard doesn't get on the cover, if it is legitimate.