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Comment: NCAA player-pay rule change likely won't stop antitrust suits

By Max Fillion and Joshua Sisco
  • 01 May 2020 10:42
  • 01 May 2020 13:35
The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s recent proposal allowing athlete-endorsement deals is a stark shift from its decades-long policy against player compensation, but the organization says an antitrust exemption is needed to fend off continued challenges to its player-pay rules.

The policy shift calls into question college athletes’ amateur status, which the NCAA has

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