Thirteen more class-action lawsuits were filed against the NCAA on Wednesday related to the handling of concussions, bringing the total number to 43.
According to the Associated Press, several of the lawsuits were from SEC programs.
The latest number of lawsuits were filed from former players from Texas A&M, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Alabama from the SEC. Other schools include Notre Dame, UCLA, Maryland, Richmond, Idaho, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech and Iowa. The lawsuits follow some from earlier this week from former players from Memphis, Florida A&M, Ball State, Rutgers and Eastern Michigan.
The complaints from Chicago-based law firm Edelson PC also name college conferences and in some cases schools.
In a previous case, a judge ruled one large class-action concussion lawsuit could not be filed against the NCAA. The players are seeking damages for injuries they claim are the result of mishandled concussions they suffered while playing college football.