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Mizzou lineman wonders why he has to pay for “NCAA Football 2014"


Today marks the release of EA Sports' "NCAA Football 2014," an important signpost on the road to the start of the actual football season. Missouri defensive lineman Lucas Vincent, like scores of other college students, is interested in a copy of the game and posed a very fair question: Should he maybe get a free copy since he's, you know, in the game? (Yahoo! Sports)


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