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Feb. 23, 2024

Should the NCAA take a knee forever?

The NCAA was recently sacked by new players’ unions, coaches on the move, and the absence of a much-needed federal framework. Some wonder if the association should just pack it in and beat the traffic.

Frank N. Darras

Founding Partner, DarrasLaw

Email: frank@darraslaw.com

Western State Univ COL; Fullerton CA

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For years there have been plenty of reasons why fans, athletes and stakeholders have special disdain for the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) and its policies. Books have been written on how they have unfairly limited players’ rights. But since the Supreme Court’s unanimous 2021 ruling in NCAA v. Alston (against the NCAA), a new legal precedent was established to allow players to earn compensation from their name, image and ...

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