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Bill Walsh College Football '95

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Bill Walsh College Football '95
Bill Walsh College Football 95 Cover.jpg
Basic Information
Video Game
High Score Productions
EA Sports
College Football
Bill Walsh College Football
Successor title
College Football USA '96
American Football, Simulation
Retail Features
This title has been rated E by the ESRB
Main Credits
Scott Orr, Kevin Hogan and Jim Simmons
Joel Simmons and Jim Simmons
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
June 11994
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Bill Walsh College Football '95 is a video game of the sports genre released in 1994 by EA Sports. It features former NFL and then Stanford Cardinal football head coach Bill Walsh on the cover and several Stanford players. It was the first college football video game with a namesake and NCAA license which paved the way for the popular NCAA Football series. It also features the 1993 rosters of the college football teams featured.

The game featured 36 Division I-A teams, a windowless passing mode, customizable seasons from one to sixteen weeks, and complete statistical tracking throughout the season. Players could choose either a playoff system or bowl games with fictional names: Maple Bowl, Palm Bowl, Pecan Bowl, and Redwood Bowl.

Bill Walsh College Football 95 also provided 36 new plays and formations including the Wishbone, Veer, Tee Offense, and 4-4 D.

Colleges featured[edit | edit source]

  • Air Force
  • Alabama
  • Arizona
  • Auburn University
  • Army
  • Boston College
  • BYU
  • California
  • Clemson
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Florida State
  • Georgia
  • Kansas State
  • Louisville
  • LSU
  • Miami
  • Michigan
  • Navy
  • Nebraska
  • North Carolina
  • Notre Dame
  • Ohio State
  • Oklahoma
  • Penn State
  • Pittsburgh
  • Stanford
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Texas A&M
  • USC
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Washington State
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin

Offensive formations[edit | edit source]

  • Far
  • Flexbone
  • Goal Line
  • I-Form
  • Near
  • Pro Form
  • Shotgun
  • Special Teams
  • Tee
  • Trap
  • Veer
  • Wishbone

Defensive formations[edit | edit source]

  • 3-4
  • 4-3
  • 4-4
  • Dime
  • Goal Line
  • Nickel
  • Special Teams