What was that case a few years ago where the courts determined that video game companies couldn't keep making college sports games without paying the players? I don't remember all the details, but it was looked at by some as a great victory for college athletes. But all that ended up happening is that EA stopped making the games at all and it didn't result in anything for the athletes. So now on top of not getting money, they can't see themselves on these cool video games. At a certain point, if you carry this all the way out to its end conclusion, then that's what you'll start seeing in college sports. Schools will just stop competing and stop giving scholarships in some or all sports and then all you have is fewer kids going to college which doesn't seem like an actual solution to me. Not ALL schools, but a lot of schools.