Fact: NCAA 25 Is Dropping That Neck

It's not every day you get to write a blog about a football video game dropping that neck, but today is one of those days. Today is a great day for college football fans across the country and a terrible day for the woke losers of America, which means it's another great day for our country. Anyone who watches college football knows that "Neck" is the best chant in all of college football, and I'm saying that as a Florida Gator. 

There's just something so pure, so special, about hearing a stadium of 100,000 people screaming "SUCK THAT TIGER DICK BITCH" in perfect harmony. I'll never forget going to the 2019 Florida vs LSU game. It was the year Joey B led the Tigers to a natty. They were the #3 team in the country and we were #5, it was the loudest game I've been to in my entire life. I literally could not hear the person standing next to me. If you've never been to Death Valley for a big game, you need to. It's truly a once in a life time experience. 

In addition to featuring new gameplay elements, NCAA 25 will also include stadium favorites such as "Zombie Nation," "Sandstorm," "Tsunami," and "Mo Bamba." 

I can't begin to describe how happy this makes me. These songs play a major role in football atmospheres across the country, and now they're in the game we all love. Not that anyone cares, but personally, I play "Zombie Nation" 10-15 times on any given game day, so I might shed a tear when I hear it in this game.

Also, shoutout to EA for recreating the Penn State - Michigan "Mo Bamba" delay of game. I was initially confused as to why they added "Mo Bamba" to the list of songs to be played during the game, but then, of course, I remembered this moment: