June 15, 2024

EA College Football 25 Payouts for All Schools in Texas, Michigan, and Alabama Unveiled

The highly anticipated return of EA Sports’ popular College Football video game series this summer is much anticipated. The franchise was brought back because NIL payouts for college athletes allowed for the inclusion of their likenesses in the game.

However, institutions are also compensated financially for their participation in College Football 25, with four tiers of payouts:

Teams gained points for concluding a season in the Top 25 of the Associated Press Poll, according to Matt Liberman of Cllct. Teams ranked in Tier 1 with 6–10 points, Tier 2 with 2–5 points, Tier 3 with 1 point, and Tier 4 with no points were assigned.

That left a few noteworthy and unexpected clubs in the different divisions. Despite not being regarded as athletic giants, Iowa, Oklahoma State, and Utah have routinely earned enough ranking points in the Top 25 to be placed in Tier 1.

While Texas, USC, and Florida State are regarded as traditional powerhouses, particularly on their own campuses, they haven’t been for the past ten years, which drops them to Tier 2.

After taking over as head coach, Deion Sanders brought a lot of excitement and hype to Colorado, although the club was in Tier 3 due to their prior relative lack of success.

Boise State, Memphis, Louisiana, Liberty, Utah State, San Diego State, Fresno State, and Navy were the only non-Power Five conference schools in the top two rankings. The other leagues include the Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC, Big 12, and Big Ten. Out of the 54 total schools, only eight are represented in the top two levels.

With ten total points, Ohio State, Alabama, and Clemson lead all other institutions. Next with eight points each were Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and Georgia; LSU and Michigan came next at seven, while Oregon, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Utah, and Iowa came in sixth.

With five Tier 1 picks, the Big Ten lead all leagues, helped along by the admission of Oregon. The SEC has four Tier 1 teams after that.


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