This game has leverage because its so long in 'things to do'. Let's put things into prospective; first 60 years, compared to madden that's 30 more.
2nd thing is optional choice (anytime, anywhere), so you could pick a new team to build every few years obviously 4 years per team because of freshman-senior stuff. It's actually exciting to take schools with less stars (prestige) to a higher level, then to use filled stars teams only because your put to a challenge.
Seriously, 60 years is alot but if you love the game it won't matter, take a look at every division, look at all the teams, look at the last place teams, and then the rosters, order them, recruit and help them win, then control them for a period of 4 years or 5, win as many games as possible for years 1, 2, win a bowl at 3, and win a title at 4, or 5.
Another thing is you get an achievement for "USING EVERY" Team and winning a title (the same usage period) so if you take every single NCAA 10 team to a title that's a "National Champions" achievement.
I have already achieved 27 of the 44 achievements or so I remember that is; a lot to accomplish if your up for it. Another thing to look forward to is custom sounds to your team stadium, all or selected few whichever u prefer. Add music to the parts of scoring like a touchdown or 1st downs or turnovers the choice is yours.
NCAA 10 is 100% perfection No bad flaws to the game.... if you really want to become a champion you play the game on Heisman level cement your legacy. The Commentary is by far the amusement to your comedy hour because they speak fresh, and if you get bored listening you turn off the voices and play without them then put em back on, or don't play a lot and conserve time.
I have never loved a game like this before, it never gets old; year 2034 you could easily recycle this game for years if you needed to, instead of wasting money on new versions.
One last thing; Conference invites which are so cool, think about taking that bad team you just built into a "bigger playground" and taking on the big boys, to reach the title, now that's excitement.
thanks for listening.