As The NCAA’s Antitrust Battle Intensifies, 2021 Could Bring Monumental Change To College Sports

By Karen Weaver, Forbes

Just prior to his January departure, Makan Delrahim put the finishing touches on the Antitrust Division’s opinion in the Alston v. NCAA case and sent it to the Office of the Solicitor General, who will argue the government’s case against the NCAA. According to the former Department of Justice antitrust lawyer, the NCAA is approaching uncharted territory in antitrust law, and is looking for the Supreme Court and/or Congress to throw them a lifeline.

The former United States USM -7.8% Assistant Attorney General joined me on my podcast to talk about the substantial liabilities facing the NCAA this year.

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