EA Sports leaving college football

Legal battles over the use of college athletes' likenesses -- including a major antitrust lawsuit -- continue to rage. But the EA Sports issue is settled, after the company dropped its popular college football game and settled with the players. Is this a good outcome?

  • What do you think of EA Sports' decision to stop producing its college football game, amid ongoing legal battles regarding player likenesses and compensation?

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    Discuss (Total votes: 52,501)

  • Should student-athletes be allowed to profit off their status as members of a collegiate athletic team?

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      58%
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    Discuss (Total votes: 24,051)

  • Which way will the court ultimately rule on the NCAA antitrust lawsuit?

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    Discuss (Total votes: 11,885)

  • Which is the bigger issue facing college football?

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    Discuss (Total votes: 11,549)

  • Which is a bigger problem?

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      52%
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    Discuss (Total votes: 10,854)

  • Should college athletes be paid?

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      44%
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      56%

    Discuss (Total votes: 19,836)

  • Will college athletes be paid in your lifetime?

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      66%
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    Discuss (Total votes: 21,601)

  • Would you play a college football video game that did not have players representing real-life athletes (e.g. Texas A&M QB No. 2)?

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      39%
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    Discuss (Total votes: 10,810)

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