Georgia Tech quarterback Vad Lee was one of several players to participate in
the "All Players United" protest.
Players from at least three NCAA FBS teams participated in a protest to raise awareness for an NCAA student athlete rights program.
Players from Georgia, Northwestern and Georgia Tech wrote three simple letters on their wrist tape or towels on Saturday. The letters, A.P.U., stand for "All Players United." All Players United is the brainchild of the National Collegeiate Players Association, an advocacy group led by former UCLA linebacker Ramogi Huma.
Huma told Tom Farrey of ESPN's Outside the Lines that the protest has been months in the making. Huma told Farrey, "They're taking the reform effort to television, which has never been done. They've been using their bodies to make money for the people who run NCAA sports. Now, for the first time, they're using their bodies to push for basic protections at the very lea...