We may not have an NCAA Football game to play but at least Madden is giving video game fans the ability to play as Florida or LSU for a season or two.

EA Sports announced the features set to be included in the upcoming release of Madden NFL 21 and among the long list of features is an interesting nugget for college football fans.

According to EA Sports, multiple college football seasons can be played using the “Face of the Franchise” mode. In that mode, users will start in high school football and work their way into offers from college football programs.

The college teams that will be available to select from include: Florida, LSU, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Clemson, Nebraska, Oregon, Miami, Texas and USC.

Here’s the information provided by EA Sports when it comes to what exactly gamers can expect from the college mode in the game.

Your story doesn’t end there though as you’re thrust center stage on National Signing Day as ten FBS schools vie for your talents. What starts off as a normal Signing Day ends with a dramatic twist after you don the hat of the school you’ve chosen to attend. Once you set foot on campus the stakes get even higher as you not only have to deftly navigate a Quarterback controversy right out of the gate, but also have to figure out how to appease your domineering, old school approach, newly minted Head Coach Red O’Brien – all while attempting to build your draft stock through two challenging seasons of college football AND win an College Football Playoff Championship (or two) along the way. As if that weren’t enough, you’re thrown out of your comfort zone and into disarray when Coach O’Brien delivers you an ultimatum – either switch positions to Running Back or Wide Receiver, or pack your bags and take your chances in the NFL Draft!

While it’s nowhere close to the old NCAA Football game, it’s at least something for gamers to play while we wait continues before another NCAA game is made.