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#MyMaddenCoverVote (The Elite 8)
The Madden 13 cover vote has been going on for about a month now and the original field of 64 has been chipped away to the final eight candidates. Fan voters have come out in force casting over 16 million votes thus far, eclipsing the 13 million votes cast in last year’s vote with three rounds to go! Fans can make their voices heard at www.ESPN.com/MaddenVote to cast their vote for who they believe should be on this year’s cover. Voting for the third round ends on April 11th. Fans can visit the Madden NFL Facebook page or the SportsNation page join discussions about the cover vote. They are also encouraged to tweet their Cover Vote picks using the hashtag #MyMaddenCoverVote on Twitter.