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Jay Bilas Forced NCAA to Stop Selling Player Jerseys on Their Website

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, August 8th, 2013
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Jay Bilas

The power of social media strikes again.

Jay Bilas exposed the NCAA for using players names to sell jerseys on their NCAA approved website. The bad press forced the NCAA to stop selling the jerseys immediately.

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  1. nba is fixed says:

    What upsets me is that the media will continue to vilify Johnny Manziel, Terrell Pryor and Reggie Bush. Since the public is able to bet on college football and basketball games, I consider college footall and basketball players to be unpaid professional athletes.

    P.S. Good luck Ed O’Bannon

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