Pivotal Moment For Three Cases Over NCAA Athlete Compensation
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NOVEMBER 9, 2023 | written by STEVE ULRICH
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1. Pivotal Moment For Three Cases Over NCAA Athlete Compensation
by Amanda Christovich, Front Office Sports
“College basketball season tipped off on Monday, with teams across the country going head to head.
But the NCAA is facing several, much bigger battles off the hardwood: court cases over athlete employment status and compensation rules.
The NCAA is fighting to preserve amateurism in multiple arenas, from the courts to Congress — where it is trying to get a law passed to stop these cases. But so far, it’s been unsuccessful.”
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