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The lead plaintiff is Ed O’bannon, former left-handed standout at UCLA in the mid 90s.  The NCAA used his likeness in a recent video game without even asking him for permission or letting him know.  He doesn’t get paid because it’s a college game from when he was in college….that’s what the NCAA claims.  Well, Ed is 38 now and probably wants some of that dough.  I actually rocked an Ed-O jersey in 6th grade.  I doubt he saw a penny from me.   The suit sounds like a small incident but it could have big after shocks – for all players out of college that still don’t see any money for their college gear, videos, and beyond.  This could be a punch wear it counts to the NCAA.

Now, in a response to the recent backlash from the film, as seen in USA Today, Mark Emmert says they will “explore” giving players something more.  I think there’s a fire burning under ole’ Mark’s back side.

I’ll say it again, the whole system is bonkers.  Is it right?  Probably not.  For now, it’s just the way it is.  At the end of the day, it’s a game.  It’s sports.  And it’s big money.


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Sports. I love them. They have consumed the better part of 25 years of my life, thus far. At some point or another while growing up I played just about everything with a ball at a competitive level -football, baseball, basketball, soccer, golf, tennis, bowling. Playing the sports is one thing, but obsessing over them is another. I love a good sports argument, mainly because everyone is always right and the ‘other person’ is always wrong.

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