The complaint filed against EA Sports in addition to the one filed against the NCAA and the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), has been thrown out by Judge Claudia Wilken. This means, despite Jake Locker's statement that he was not in NCAA Football 11, he clearly was (see video above) and that he is entitled to no compensation for the use and/or abuse of his likeness. The cases against the NCAA and the CLC will move forward. However, Ed O'Bannon, Oscar Robertson and other former players who filed the class action suit, like Locker, will get nothing from the revenue generated by games that featured them. Wilken's logic was that EA Sports would have had to conspire with the NCAA and CLC and that EA did not engage in any such conspiracy. The NCAA should be rightly blamed for the rise of this situation as student-athletes have to give away their image and likeness rights "forever and throughout the universe".