Jay Bilas was doing a little snooping around the NCAA's online shop on Tuesday when he discovered something strange -- searching for popular players leads directly to their supposedly generic jerseys:

The search function was later disabled, which Bilas also noted, but the whole thing brings up a legitimate issue. Colleges and the NCAA make hefty profits off jersey and memorabilia sales, while players face penalties and possible bans if they take money for a simple autograph. Bilas thinks it's simple exploitation. Do you?

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