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EA Sports Used Tebow's Name In "NCAA Football 10" While He Was Still In School
Published May 24, 2013
BLUE MAN GROUP: YAHOO SPORTS’ Frank Schwab wrote, “Anyone who has played the games will tell you that when ‘QB #16’ for Michigan has the exact same attributes as Denard Robinson (and is playing in an exact video game replica of Michigan Stadium, in an exact replica of the Michigan uniform), for example, it's pretty clear that player on the screen is supposed to be Denard Robinson.” But EA Sports and the NCAA “kept saying no names were used” (SPORTS.YAHOO.com, 5/23).