College Football's National Championship

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College Football's National Championship
Cover art
Developer(s) BlueSky Innovations[1]
Publisher(s) Sega
Platform(s) Sega Genesis
Genre(s) Traditional American football simulation
Mode(s) Single-player[3]

College Football's National Championship is a 1994 American football video game that was released exclusively for the North American Sega Genesis video game system. A sequel, College Football's National Championship II, was released in 1995.[4]


The game is based on the 1993 NCAA Division I-A football season.[5]

Considered to be a clone of NFL Football '94 Starring Joe Montana with college teams, the game used exactly the same engine as the original program. Exhibition games and a tournament mode are available but not a regular season mode. Four players can play simultaneously with the help of the Team Player adaptor. Tournaments can be completely customized with either a customized schedule length and even a customized selection of opponents.[3] Even the Wishbone and Option formations that were used in college football at that time were included.[5][6]

Lon Simmons does the voice commentary in the game; he did the voice for all the SportsTalk series of video games for the Sega Genesis. There is a battery save that saves team records that are important for each college.[3]

Review score
Publication Score
AllGame 3.5/5 stars