Six current college football players have joined former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon in a lawsuit against the NCAA for using the college athletes' names and appearances in video games without giving compensation. U.S. District Judge Claudia Wiken ruled on June 20 that the plaintiffs could alter their four-year-old case against NCAA by modifying their complaint and adding new plaintiffs. The new additions include Arizona middle linebacker Jake Fischer, Arizona senior Jake Smith, Clemson cornerback Darius Robinson, Vanderbilt middle linebacker Chase Garnham, Minnesota receiver Victor Keise and Minnesota tight end Moses Alipate.
Current College Football Players Added as Plaintiffs in O'Bannon Lawsuit Against NCAA
By Campus Circle Staff
Article posted on 7/19/2013
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