An interesting developments for the NCAA and another potential (ironic) wrinkle.
1) The NCAA will no longer license to EA. This will most likely end the NCAA Football and Final Four basketball series video games. The NCAA claims that it has nothing to do with the Ed O'Bannon case, but that seems extremely unlikely.
2) The saga of Johnny Manziel is REALLY interesting. Bomani Jones wrote an interesting article about him here.http://www.theshadowleague.com/artic...orst-nightmare
So, Johnny is the one player who could blow the system up, and yet the great irony is that Manziel is the kind of person for whom the entire system was originally designed. Amateurism prevented the poor, who needed to work and couldn't devote the same amount of time to a frivolous activity like football, from participating en masse. Manziel doesn't need college football and their form of payment (the scholarship), just like those who originally participated in amateur athletics didn't need the assistance. He is exactly the archetype of the original NCAA, and he could be one of the biggest threats to the NCAA. I am very interested to see his career plays out.