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Supreme Court To Hear Case On Paying College Athletes In March

The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in March for suits that could change the landscape across college athletics.

The court announced they will hear the cases on Wednesday, March 31st. The cases are being brought by several Division One football and basketball players that argue its restrictions on "non-cash education-related benefits" violate antitrust law under the Sherman Act. Lower courts have affirmed the NCAA's position, but the U.S. Court of Appeals concluded the organization is breaking the law in question, but recognizes their interest in "preserving amateurism."

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