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Student-Athletes Have New Playbook In Bid To Flip O'Bannon

Law360 (August 21, 2018, 4:33 PM EDT) -- A class of student-athletes will attempt to upend the NCAA's amateurism system in a bench trial next month, challenging the notion that paying them a share of the millions of dollars college football and basketball generate each year will put a dent in the massive popularity of the sports.

Three classes of college football and men's and women's basketball players, part of the case known as the National Collegiate Athletic Association Grant-In-Aid Litigation, seek to introduce a system that allows schools and colleges to use the money they bring in from college football and basketball to pay players, at least to...

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