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Frank Darras Publishes Article in Law360: “Game-Changing Decisions Call For New Rules At The NCAA”

By Frank Darras (May 6, 2024)

For years, there have been plenty of reasons why fans, athletes and stakeholders have had special disdain for the National Collegiate Athletics Association and its draconian policies. Books have been written on how the NCAA has unfairly limited college players’ rights for nearly a century.

However, since the U.S. Supreme Court’s unanimous 2021 ruling in National Collegiate Athletics Association v. Alston — against the NCAA — a new legal precedent was established to allow players to earn long-overdue compensation from their name, image and likeness, or NIL.

This development shook the foundations of the NCAA to its core, and now those who were at odds with the NCAA simply ponder its purpose. A smattering of recent events — from a newly formed college players union to coaches transferring at the drop of a hat — provide more reasons why the association should prepare for a dismal, final period. Let’s explore why.

Read the Full Article here:  Law360 – Game-Changing Decisions Call For New Rules At The NCAA


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