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Massachusetts Governor To Be Next NCAA President

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker will be the next president of the NCAA, the association announced Thursday, replacing Mark Emmert as the head of the...
The NCAA Fair Pay to Play Antitrust

NCAA Hit With Antitrust Suit Over Coaching By-Law

Volunteer D-I Baseball Coaches File Antitrust Suit Against the NCAA. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, volunteer baseball coaches claim the governing body illegally sets...
8-FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME: WHAT NEXT FOR COLLEGE ATHLETICS? By Gwendolyn Cooley, Caleb Pracht & Hart Martin

For the Love of the Game: What Next for College Athletics?

In this article, we examine the impact of last year’s Supreme Court decision in NCAA v. Alston. Not only did the Court confirm that the...
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What NCAA v. Alston Means for Professional Sports Leagues

By Jodi S. Balsam (Brooklyn Law School) The Supreme Court in Alston held that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and its member conferences violated...
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Judge Denies NCAA’s Dismissal From Student Athlete Case

A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, September 22, denied the NCAA’s request for dismissal of a lawsuit that seeks to have Division I...
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NCAA Wants To Rewrite Its Constitution After Controversies

The NCAA, with its authority curbed by the Supreme Court, its conferences jostling for influence and its future deeply uncertain, announced Friday, July 30,...
The NCAA Cartel in Sheepskin Clothing

The NCAA: A Cartel in Sheepskin Clothing

In spite of enjoying substantial commercial success, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) continues to limit the compensation of student-athletes through collusive monopsonistic restraints....
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US Supreme Court Rules Against NCAA In Antitrust Case

The US Supreme Court on Monday, june 21, ruled against the NCAA in a landmark antitrust case that specifically challenged the association’s ability to have...
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Supreme Court Justices Grill NCAA, Calling Arguments “Circular”

The Supreme Court’s justices on Wednesday expressed significant questions about the NCAA’s athlete-compensation limits, but they also showed concerns that a case challenging those...
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NCAA Has Its Day In Supreme Court Wednesday

Nearly 12 years of non-stop antitrust challenges to the NCAA’s athlete-compensation rules will reach a momentous occasion Wednesday, March 31, when the Supreme Court...
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