Six current players, including a pair from Minnesota, are joining the lawsuit against the NCAA. They are fighting against the NCAA, video game manufacturer Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company, which is the nation's leading trademark and marketing firm for the NCAA. Former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon organized the anti-trust lawsuit saying the defendants violated players' names, images and likenesses. On Thursday, the NCAA did not renew its contract with EA Sports for its college football video game. NCAA Football 14 will be the final game made sporting the NCAA name and logo.