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The NCAA Has Responded To The Supreme Court Ruling

The fight against the NCAA to compensate college athletes took a giant step forward on Monday. The Supreme Court of the United States ruled on Monday 9-0 against the NCAA. The ruling affirms an antitrust law can no longer be used as a way to prevent payments to athletes. The ruling is a major victory for collegiate athletes.
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Justice Kavanaugh delivers blistering opinion after SCOTUS ruling: 'The NCAA is not above the law'

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh laid into the NCAA with his concurring opinion on Monday after a unanimous decision ruled college athletics’ governing body illegally restricted education-based benefits that could be used as compensation to student-athletes. Kavanaugh gave the concurring opinion after Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the initial opinion. He...
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Supreme Court rules against NCAA in dispute over student-athlete compensation

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled unanimously against the NCAA in a dispute over limits placed on education-related compensation that student-athletes can receive. The decision, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch , clears the way for colleges to provide more school-related perks to students like computers, musical instruments and internships, and some legal experts say the case could be a prelude to challenges aimed more broadly at compensation restrictions on college athletes.
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College World Series 2021: Monday Scores, Winners and Bracket Results

Monday was a huge day for the top bracket at the NCAA tournament, with an elimination game and a matchup between teams trying to avoid dropping down into elimination territory. Below, we'll preview the day's results and bracket implications. For the up-to-date bracket, be sure to check out Results.
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NCAA obliterated 9-0 by Supreme Court of the United States

The NCAA got handed a mammoth loss Monday when all nine Supreme Court justices sided with former college players in an ongoing dispute about player compensations. Justices on both sides of the aisle, who rarely agree to anything, were unanimous on one core issue: The NCAA sucks and the system is broken. In his concurring opinion on the decision Justice Kavanaugh wrote the following:
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NBA Draft prospects 2021: Ranking the top 60 players overall on the SN big board

We shall call this The Class That Couldn’t Shoot Straight. As the game of basketball continues to move inexorably in the direction of the elite long-distance shooter, the next group of prospects wishing to be evaluated and drafted and paid at the NBA level arrives with little accomplishment in the area of 3-point shooting, the skill that made Stephen Curry, in 2020-21 a first-team All-NBA pick for the fourth time.
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Tyrell Crosby Wrote to NCAA When Teammates Went Hungry

Empty fridges were a common sight, according to Tyrell Crosby, during his time at Oregon. Packs of ramen noodles would line the pantries of the apartments and houses of his teammates at Oregon during his college years. To combat this, Crosby wrote an email to NCAA President Mark Emmert during...
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High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case

WASHINGTON — (AP) — The Supreme Court decided unanimously Monday that the NCAA can't enforce rules limiting education-related benefits — like computers and paid internships — that colleges offer to student athletes. The case doesn’t decide whether students can be paid salaries. Instead, the ruling will help determine whether schools...

Dawn Staley has "talked with the Portland Trail Blazers"

Hours before the report came out that the Blazers are set to hold second interviews for Chauncey Billups and Becky Hammon, South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley confirmed she has talked with the Blazers. Staley appeared on NBC's TODAY Show to announce the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team, while...