As reported by Associated Press writer Jessica Gresko, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a landmark 9-0 decision that the NCAA cannot limit education-related benefits, which includes computers and paid internships that colleges can give to sports stars.
The decision opens the door for potential wide-spread compensation of athletes.
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The high court agreed with a lower court’s determination that NCAA limits on the education-related benefits that colleges can offer athletes who play Division I basketball and football violate antitrust laws.
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