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Josh Huff Rips NCAA On Twitter: Oregon WR Upset Over Having To Cancel Party

BOULDER, CO - OCTOBER 05:  Wide receiver Josh Huff #1 of the Oregon Ducks makes a pass reception against the Colorado Buffalo
BOULDER, CO - OCTOBER 05: Wide receiver Josh Huff #1 of the Oregon Ducks makes a pass reception against the Colorado Buffaloes at Folsom Field on October 5, 2013 in Boulder, Colorado. The Ducks defeated the Buffs 57-16. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Oregon receiver Josh Huff has a problem with the NCAA and he let his thousands of Twitter followers know about it on Thursday.

The senior wideout wrote that he had to cancel a party due to NCAA regulations because he planned on charging a cover to get in. Huff ripped the NCAA in a series of tweets for being able to "make money off of my name and likeness" and said being a student-athlete should be treated as a full time job (are you listening, Jim Boeheim?).

Huff later referenced former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon's class-action lawsuit against the NCAA and Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company over former college athletes whose likenesses were used without compensation. A settlement was reached between O'Bannon and EA back in September, but NCAA is still a defendant, per Sports Illustrated.

Huff then claimed that he lost $1500 for having to cancel his party.

But shortly after finishing his rant, Huff let his followers know there would be another party next weekend.

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