Game Informer - The NCAA is living on borrowed time. The association overseeing college athletics is in the legal wringer for its long-held rule of not letting college athletes receive compensation. Regardless of where you stand on the issue, this turmoil is having an effect on the video game world. The NCAA has severed its licensing deal with EA Sports, which will put out a college football game using a new three-year agreement with the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) for over 150 schools, conferences, and bowl games. Regardless, the end of college football video games may come sooner than we think.