I have some great news regarding the thread posted yesterday by WolverineHistorian. I emailed the guy who made the claims on my videos and this is what his supervisor had to say to me-
MikeWolverineDevotee,My name is Chris Marshall and I am a Content Manager here at ZEFR (movieclips is a small branch of our company), managing our relationship with T3 Media, the legal owner of premium footage and licensing for Big Ten Basketball and Football. I wanted to follow up with you in regards to your question on copyright claims on your video. T3's corporate policy across the board states that the allowance granted to outlets like yourself to upload Big Ten Basketball and/or Football content to your YouTube channels does not allow for claiming ownership on or monetizing content. T3 alone reserves the right to claim the content they own.I understand its a bit confusing as the ZEFR name shows up as the claimant of the content, but in reality, the claim is made on behalf of T3, the rightful owner of that content. The claims made against your channel do not harm your channel in any way.If you have a question about a specific video, or have any other questions at all, please let me know. I would be happy to answer.
Yes you will be able to continue to post clips. T3 may claim them and monetize, meaning ads will appear, but your clips will not be removed from YouTube. If that ever happens let me know, as clips and highlights should not be blocked or taken down.