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All Players United campaign launched with 'APU' on wrist tape of college football players


Players from Georgia Tech and Georgia wrote "APU" on their wrist tape, an acronym standing for "All Players United," in act of protest against the NCAA's treatment of athletes. The movement is being backed by the National College Players Association, and NCPA president Ramogi Huma said that the gesture has been discussed for months via weekly conference calls with players across the country. (CBS Sports)


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