NCAA Will Not Renew EA Sports Contract

The NCAA will not renew their contract with EA Sports, organization said in a statement on their official website.

The decision makes “NCAA Football 2014” the last college football game to feature the NCAA name and logo.

Amid the continued legal pressures surrounding the infamous Ed O’Bannon case, which alleges that the NCAA EA Sports used his likeness in a game without his consent, the NCAA said they’d rather get out of the video game business for now.

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