NCAA Amateur System Under Scrutiny In Landmark Trial

By Zachary Zagger (August 31, 2018, 4:36 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge will again tackle on Tuesday the NCAA's rules capping what players can be paid to play college sports in a long-running case brought by groups of college football and basketball players. The players are seeking to create an open market for schools to compete for the top recruits, giving the trial the potential to completely upend college athletics.

Here, Law360 takes a closer look at the case and the arguments for both sides in advance of the bench trial.

What's at Stake

Three classes of current and former NCAA Division I college athletes, representing college football and...

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