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By Denying Certiorari In O'Bannon v. NCAA, The Supreme Court Aids Future Reform To College Sports

On Monday,the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari in O'Bannon v. NCAA:a case that held he National Collegiate Athletic Associationcould not prevent its member colleges from offering "student-athletes" a truly free education. Although the directruling in O'Bannonmay seem rather mundane, the underlying legal principle upheld in that case -- that the NCAA [...]
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