Is 2021 the year of college athletics reform?
From Inside Higher Ed: “This year could be a turning point in the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s 115-year history, as it confronts upcoming state and federal legislative challenges and a growing social and political movement advocating for an overhaul of the college sports business … First up on the NCAA’s spring agenda are hearings next week in the U.S. Supreme Court for a consequential case about association limits on the amount of financial aid athletes can receive from their college or university. The Supreme Court justices could decide as early as this summer whether the association’s rationale — that the financial limitations create a ‘level playing field’ for college athletes — violates federal antitrust law.”
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