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I say, good for them!
A federal judge has ruled against a motion from the NCAA barring football and men's basketball athletes from claiming a cut of past and present television revenue. Tom Farrey of ESPN...
I don't. As a former athlete I can tell you that they get more than enough compensation for what they do and a platform to get millions in the future that other students don't. Take a summer job if needed, that is what I did.
No it isn't legal yet. The judge simply ruled on an amendment to their suit but expressed doubt over its validity. In other words she said they could continue and let the legal system play out.
It's really all about the money the attorneys will pocket in this type class action. They get the biggest individual cut if they win.
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