a terrible blight on our fine country
Per CBS Sports.
Football and basketball players appearing in the games from 2005 to 2014 are expected to receive approximately $1,000 per year they appeared in the game. It applies only to players at certain schools.
As mentioned below, the NCAA is still denying the claims of the O'Bannon case and that case is proceeding. This only applies to the use of their image in the EA games.
He did not make it yesterday and was at MSU a couple of days ago. Well, cannot get them all.
Edit: Please delete as it was apparently posted before.
Williams unsurprisingly denies every allegation.
Since sports scandal and gossip is super fun when it doesn't affect Michigan, anyone want to engage in some baseless speculation? Do you believe Williams? Do you think he's blatantly lying? Will it come back to bite him?
Discuss if it interests you...
Per Chris Balas at TheWolverine. Very odd turn of events.
Michigan is no longer pursuing WVU hoops transfer Eron Harris and he is not on campus. He will decide Monday.— Chris Balas (@Balas_Wolverine) June 7, 2014
Former Mizzou head coach, most recently an assistant with the Atlanta Hawks.
Ohio shooting guard Kyle Ahrens commits to Michigan State: Ahrens, a 2015 guard from Versailles, Ohio, wrapped... http://t.co/TXAtaqOymt— Spartans News (@SpartansMLive) June 6, 2014
Ahrens looked like a contingency plan if Grandstaff went elsewhere (as he did), but with the MAAR/Dawkins signings, the developments surrounding Eron Harris, and the glut of 2016 talent UM is in on, I think the coaches' plans changed. I really like Ahrens and think he'll be a good one. Knock down shooter with plenty of athletic upside. If he makes a full recovery from his broken leg, I think he could be thorn in our side down the road.