After this, I figure all that’s left is for the NCAA to sue every person who ever bought a version of NCAA Football.
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Boss, can you explain, for us non-lawyer folks, what in the hell the NCAA hopes to accomplish by wasting their money on this?
Other than, I suppose, bankrupting the gamers, what can they achieve?
Oh…wait…is this somehow a backhand at the settlement?
I’m not a lawyer, but let’s see if we can set the proper analogy. You own a gun. You give it to your crazy cousin and tell him to go rob a convenience story. Your cousin does, but shoots and kills the clerk. The cops arrest you for conspiracy to commit a crime. What’s the analogy?
You sue your cousin for being stupid enough for getting caught.
And, your cousin has agree to pay the clerk’s family a bunch of money, right?
Gotta give it to you, Blutarsky, on your shot at the grammar patrol.. You can find more ways to end a sentence with “of” than anyone I can think of.
Hey now, I am unfamiliar with of which you speak of.
Then that would make me a dummfk of.
The NCAA’s lawyers take the shotgun approach real seriously. I also think they are burning a lot of bridges.
Again, “There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe and it has a longer shelf life>” Frank Zappa
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