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Geno Auriemma weighs in on debate of paying student-athletes

College football is the poster child of schemes ... despite not being a client of Andy Miller’s. The question should be: “If the NCAA paid its athletes, would it change college sports for better or ... read more

'NCAA Football': Why video game series hasn't returned five years after last release

When "NCAA Football 14" released five years ago ... which left the situation in limbo and prevented college athletes from being paid for their likenesses. Because there is still no system in place to ... read more

Stakes and Stakeholders in Alston v. NCAA, the Latest College Sports Antitrust Case

Imagine the most coveted high school football ... more out of their college experience, leading to tangible benefits for the rest of their lives.” Likewise, NCAA attorneys warn Judge Wilken that a ... read more

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O'Bannon vs. NCAA: A cheat sheet for NCAA's appeal of paying players

College athletes, of course, could “refuse the ‘minor’ payment at issue should they find it unpalatable (as unlikely as that may be),” the Alston plaintiffs wrote. Why college ... be in play if ... read more


College athletes' rights: NCAA requires health insurance, but schools decide what to pay

He has improved but still experiences pain today while sitting out a year of basketball at his new school, Pratt Community College in Kansas. Valerie estimates the family has paid ... the NCAA should ... read more

College Athletes, Full-Ride Scholarships, and Anti-Intellectualism

The traditional orgy of college football games ... Association (NCAA) rules, “student athletes may not receive compensation.” The editors of The Times, Ley, Bilas, and others must surely understand ... read more

No, Paying Athletes Won't Bankrupt College Sports

(We'll have more on the latest filings, which together amount to a point-by-point rebuttal of everyargument commonly made against pay-for-play.) In O'Bannon vs. NCAA, the defendants made a stunning ... read more

Amateurism Isn't Educational: Debunking the NCAA's Dumbest Lie

Being paid to play football ... leads schools to admit talented athletes who are woefully unprepared for college. A 2014 CNN analysis of the SAT and ACT entrance exam scores of football and basketball ... read more

Six current football players join Ed O'Bannon's NCAA lawsuit

Like Smith, Fischer suffered an ACL injury playing college football that has healed enough to play ... athletes were never a part of this relationship, and plaintiffs' attorneys know it," she said in ... read more

Court shuts down plan to pay athletes, says NCAA violates antitrust law

Rather, the Court discussed the amateurism rules for a different and particular purpose: to explain why NCAA rules should be analyzed under ... s argument that its rules preventing athletes from being ... read more

Attorneys React To NCAA Student-Athlete Pay Ruling

but said NCAA athletes did not have to be paid beyond the cost of attending college. Here, attorneys tell Law360 why the decision in Edward O’Bannon Jr. v. NCAA et al. is significant. "The O’Bannon ... read more

NCAA protest: How the NCPA became college football players' leading voice

(The Associated Press) BIRMINGHAM, Alabama --The idea to protest against the NCAA ... play the largest role in college sports' future. But in an environment in which Time Magazine ran a cover story ... read more



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