Rutgers guard Geo Baker says the Scarlet Knights discussed delaying their NCAA tournament game last week against Clemson as part of an ongoing player protest of inequities in college sports.

Baker, Michigan's Isaiah Livers and Iowa's Jordan Bohannon are leading the #NotNCAAProperty movement that is pushing the NCAA to change its rules restricting athletes from earning money for personal sponsorship deals, online endorsements and appearances.

Baker and Livers both wore #NotNCAAProperty shirts during pregame warm-ups last week, and Baker told ESPN's Rece Davis that the three players and their teammates have considered various other forms of protest -- including delaying the start of March Madness games.