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ESPN reports the Southeastern Conference has joined the NCAA in announcing it will no longer license its trademarks in the EA Sports NCAA Football video game. The move comes a month after the NCAA announced plans not to license its trademarks.
In a statement, the SEC said each school makes its own individual decision regarding whether to license its trademarks for use in the EA Sports game, but the conference has chosen not to do so going forward. The NCAA is currently embattled in a lawsuit with current and former student athletes over the alleged use of their likenesses in EA Sports video games without compensation.
College Basketball: ESPN has announced its College Game Day show will make an appearance in Rupp Arena during the 2013-14 season. The Game Day crew will be on hand when
For the first time in some six decades,
The two former SEC Eastern Division rivals are not guaranteed two games against each other in a season due to the SEC no longer being divided into two divisions in basketball.
MLB: The Cincinnati Reds look for a three game sweep as they meet the Chicago Cubs this afternoon at Wrigley Field.
Other National League action this evening has
The Atlanta Braves placed second baseman Dan Uggla on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday in order for him to undergo eye surgery. Diagnosed with astigmatism in spring training, Uggla opted for corrective surgery after failed experiments with contact lenses. Uggla is hitting .186 with 21 home runs through 112 games.