I disagree completely. My father is actually a co-plantiff in that case. He played basketball for Kentucky in the 60s. The point isn't that Ed O'Bannon, or any of these guys want to make a ton of money. The point is that currently the NCAA and EA Sports is making a ton of money and keeping it all for themselves. It's ridiculous. If they want to use the likenesses of players then they should have to pay for it like they do with all of the pro-sports. Then the individual players can also determine if they want to let someone else make money off of them. Back in the day players like LaVarr Arrigton wouldn't give EA Sports license to use their name. They would be OLB #56. Hoping that the NCAA wins the lawsuit so that we can keep the same corrupt system we have now is the tail wagging the dog. College Football and Basketball are big businesses now and should be forced to operate in that manner.