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NCAA apparel sales site used athletes' names in search

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

One of the defendants in a pair of lawsuits concerning the use of college athletes' names and likenesses said in a court filing Monday products bearing college athletes' jersey numbers do not represent actual college athletes. But earlier Tuesday, if you wanted buy one of the many Texas A&M No. 2 or South Carolina No. 7 jerseys for sale on the NCAA e-commerce website, ShopNCAASports.com, the best way to find them was to type in the words "Johnny Manziel" or "Jadeveon Clowney" into the search box. (USA Today)

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