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NCAA scholarship-aid caps not immune to antitrust laws, US Supreme Court says

By Can Celik
  • 21 Jun 2021 12:34
  • 21 Jun 2021 16:06
National Collegiate Athletics Association rules capping education-related benefits for student-athletes aren’t entitled to “judicially ordained immunity” from federal antitrust law, the US Supreme Court ruled.

In a unanimous decision by Justice Neil Gorsuch, the high court held that “we cannot agree” that the NCAA is entitled to immunity because its restrictions “happen to

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