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Supreme Court rejects NCAA appeal of Ed O'Bannon case

The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear the NCAA's appeal of the Ed O'Bannon case, leaving in place lower court rulings that found amateurism rules for big-time college basketball and football players violated federal antitrust law. The justices on Monday rejected the appeal in a class-action lawsuit...
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