This page contains NCAA Football 2004 Hints for Gamecube called "Various Cheats and Hints" and has been posted or updated on Aug 21, 2008 by AnnaMik. Let us know what you think of this Hint by thumbs voting.
- Developer: EA Sports
- Publisher: EA Sports
- Genre: Sports
- Release Date: Jul 16, 2003
- ESRB: Everyone
- Other Platforms
Various Cheats and Hints
Unlock Stuff With EA Sports Bio
To unlock specific pennants in the game, complete levels of your EA Sports Bio. Here's what each level gets you:
Rose Bowl stadium
Reach level 4 in your EA Sports Bio.
Butter Fingers cheat
Reach level 2 in your EA Sports Bio.
Orange Bowl stadium
Reach level 8 in your EA Sports Bio.
Fiesta Bowl stadium
Reach level 12 in your EA Sports Bio.
2002 All-American team
Reach level 18 in your EA Sports Bio.
All-Time Notre Dame team
Reach level 24 in your EA Sports Bio.
Easy EA Bio Growth
Once you create an EA Sports Bio, just leave the system on with the game running, and you will log hours to grow the levels of your EA Sports Bio.
Easier College Classics
To ensure your success at the College Classics challenges, start a game, then go to the AI Settings in the Settings menu (from the pause screen). Set all of the CPU's offensive and defensive skills as low as they can go. You can also change any penalties you'd like. We suggest turning off defensive pass intereference if the Classic you're trying to beat involve any sort of pass defense.
Unlock Classic Teams
To unlock the teams involved in some of the biggest college football games in history, beat College Classic games.
When you score a TD, the word "Touchdown" appears. When it first appears, press the following button combinations. Note: This could also get you an 15 yard Unsportsmanlike Conduct penalty.
(L) + (B) : Player spikes the ball, points to the crowd, then beats his chest.
(L) + (Y) : Player bows to the crowd.
(L) + (X) : Player spikes the ball, then shrugs his shoulder.
(L) + (A) : Player does Heisman Trophy pose.
(R) + (B) : Player will dunk on the Goal Post.
(R) + (Y) : Player will punch the ball towards the crowd.
(R) + (X) : Player will kick the ball into the crowd.
(R) + (A) : Player will throw the ball to the crowd.
Easy punt blocks
To block punts, its easier to turn the offsides penalty off to get a head start on the offensive line. Choose a corner or a running back (someone that is fast enough and tall enough) and do one of the two; blitz the kicker and tackle him, which takes yardage off your opponent's rushing yards in the game, or jump and block the kick. This is not a play that works all of the time. However it usually works in the punt return play, and not the punt block play. Also, it never hurts to use a little play action once every series or so.
Choose to punt out of bounds left or right. The defense will not go into punt coverage. Simply move the arrow to the middle of the field and just boom it. If a returner does get back in time to field it, he will muff it most of the time. This works great for making sure the opposing team has a long field to work with, as well as getting your Punter All-American status.
When you line up to punt the ball away, point the arrow straight down. If timed correctly, you will punt the ball at least 70 yards almost every time.
When you are defending a receiver and they make a catch, press (Y), You can use that as quicker tackle, as well as intercept passes.
When kicking off, choose "Kickoff Left" or "Kickoff Right", whichever way the wind is blowing. The CPU will almost always pick "Return Middle". When you kick the ball, the return man will be alone and your coverage can nail him around the 15 yard line. Be careful not to kick the ball out of bounds.
When you get a QB crossed over the line by having a profile to get, you can cross the line of scrimmage and still throw the football.
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