I wonder if this will catch on and how far they will go with it. Also.. this could work out well to CFB or it could work out poorly. I'm also interested to see if the NCAA rule-making machine conveniently spits out a rule against wearing stuff like this. http://espn.go.com/espn/otl/story/_...ayers-multiple-schools-mark-gear-protest-ncaa The NCPAnow.org website described the "#AllPlayersUnited Campaign Goals" as: • Demonstrate unity among college athletes and fans in favor of NCAA reform. • Show support for players who joined concussion lawsuits against the NCAA, which could "force the NCAA to finally take meaningful steps to minimize brain trauma in contact sports and provide resources for current and former players suffering with brain injuries." • Show support for the players who "stepped up in the O'Bannon v. NCAA, EA Sports lawsuit regarding the use of players' images/likeliness, which could unlock billions of dollars in resources for current, future, and former players." • Stand behind individual players being "harmed by NCAA rules."