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The Feds Could Fix College Sports. But They're Playing For The Wrong Team.
An antitrust suit against the NCAA’s price-fixing amateur model would benefit players -- and rid college sports of the worst corruption that plagues them.
The Worst Rant Ever Against Paying College Athletes
Director of Undergraduate Studies in Global Studies, UNC Chape...
I know Cowherd's job is to attract listeners. And a good portion of his audience probably ate this up. But I cannot believe that the execs in Bristol aren't embarrassed by such an all out attack on logic, minimal standards of evidence and basic coherence.
Former UCLA All-American And National Champion Talks About 'Student-Athlete' Issues
Did the O'Bannon Ruling Kill the Goose That Laid the Golden Egg?
Professor of Psychology, Notre Dame
O'Bannon's Slam Dunk
Roger I. Abrams
Richardson Professor of Law, Northeastern University; Author
The world of college athletics was changed this week by the decision of a federal district court judge in California who ruled that the NCAA violates the nation's antitrust laws when it prohibits college athletes from marketing their names and likenesses.
NCAA Under Attack
Editor-in-Chief of DigitalSportsDesk.com
In the sports world that is 2013, the NCAA is under more serious scrutiny than ever before and the criticism and action is coming from every possible direction. Let us count the ways.
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