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O'Bannon Petitions To Include Current Players In Lawsuit Against NCAA
Published September 5, 2012
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NEW EVIDENCE IN PLAY? ESPN.com’s Tom Farrey noted "no monetary figures" were disclosed in O'Bannon's motion. A source said that the "new angle could deliver ‘hundreds of thousands’ of dollars each year to Division I basketball players.” Football players, who are "more plentiful, could get less." Asked the reason for making a case for current players now, the source said, "Now we have evidence. And so much more has happened since we originally filed our lawsuit -- new media deals, new scandals” (ESPN.com, 9/2).