It's 100 degrees outside, your face is melting, and you've been sick of baseball for two months. Football feels like a far away dream, but thankfully NCAA Football 14 ($55) made a 20-yard scramble into stores last week. The newest iteration in the EA Sports franchise adds the much lauded Infinity Engine 2, bringing real time physics to every sack of your buddy's QB. And as part of Ultimate Team mode, you can play with the likes of Barry Sanders and the greatest athlete in video game history, Bo Jackson. Even though the dog days of summer may be keeping football fans down, NCAA Football promises violent, hard-hitting relief.