Not the games but the actual NCAA. So today they made Wisconsin nix a hot selling T-Shirt because it "violated NCAA rules". Hayes never saw a dime or even a shirt but the store and school did. So basically the NCAA does not want anyone making money unless they know about it and are getting 75% of it. The rob these kids make money off them and give not a penny back even during career ending injuries. But this is all to "protect the student athlete". All BS. http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaab...ne-of-the-t-shirts-he-inspired-235339814.html School officials had to yank it off the bookstore's website earlier this week because the compliance department feared the shirt violated NCAA rules. The inspiration behind the shirt in question was the way Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes has tested NCAA tournament stenographers, whose job is to transcribe interviews, by intentionally mixing in hard-to-spell words during news conferences. Reminds me of Kevin Ware. The kid shatters his leg in the NCAA tournament a few years back and right away the NCAA, in conjunction with Louisville Athletic Dept and ADIDAS sold $25 shirts with Kevin Ware's number on the back with the slogan, "Rise the the Occasion". They also made and sold "team warm up" shirts with Wares name on the back. How was this "protecting Kevin Ware"? Little gruesome... Spoiler Kevin Ware saw not a dime and not one penny went to his medical bills or will go to his future medical bills. The money went to NCAA, Adidas and to the Louisville school and the coaches and staff. The crooked NCAA should be replaced and I'm glad Ed O'Bannon took them to court about the ridiculous practices they use to take every dollar of the billions made using these kids names and images in games, stores, tournaments, etc.