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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    That makes #2!

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    This is awesome news.. Congrats Mark ...can't wait to go buy one!!!
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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    I wonder if the Xbox 360 version will have a different cover. I know with Tebow the covers were different for the different versions.

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    Congrats Mark!

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    I'm not so sure MI will get paid. Tyrone Prothro is part of a lawsuit regarding use of his spectacular catch v. Southern Miss by ESPN and others and he gets nothing for it. Apparently, when he signed his letter of intent, he signed away use of his likeness, etc. to the NCAA. I would think MI is in the same boat
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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    A better image.

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    I would guess that the video game cover would be much different than showing a video clip on ESPN. They never use an athlete who is currently still active in the ncaa. Figure compensation would be the reason. Maybe not though.

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    If they didn't get compensated EA would use underclassmen. Every person under consideration no longer plays college football.

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    “Lamar Thomas has got it, he's on his way down the sidelines... George Teague runs him down! He took the ball away!!! HE'S GOT THE BALL!!!"

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    Mark wont get anything.

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    It's an ongoing legal battle dating back to around 2009 I believe. It was started by players who are washed up/never panned out. Ed O'Bannon (UCLA BBall player) Sam Keller (ASU QB) and Ryan Hart (Rutgers QB)


    Not that Mark needs the money form this, he's about to make a ton in other endorsements/contracts. I do tend to agree with the athletes in this case though. Although I don't think money should be awarded retroactively. All the athletes on the covers of these games knew what they were getting into when they signed their LOI's. NCAA gets to use your likeness no matter what. If the rule is changed (and hopefully it will be.) I hope it's only changed going forward.

    That said, congrats Mark, I'll definitely be updating to '12.

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    Has anyone seen the pictures?

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    Notice any flaws?
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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    Has anyone seen the pictures?

    NCAA Football 12 Screens: Alabama Crimson Tide | Facebook

    Notice any flaws?

    Auburn's blue pants?

    Wonder if this is a real change at *U?

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    Re: Mark Ingram Wins Vote to Become Cover Athlete of NCAA Football 12

    Quote Originally Posted by RoLL TiDE 13 26 View Post
    Auburn's blue pants?

    Wonder if this is a real change at *U?
    That is one of the flaws. Another one too...


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