NCAA Scholarship Cap Draws New Antitrust Challenge

Law360, New York (July 26, 2012, 2:46 PM EDT) -- A former college football player on Wednesday launched a new challenge to the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s scholarship cap, claiming in a putative class action in Indiana federal court that the cap and other policies violate antirust laws.

On behalf of a proposed class of college athletes, former Gardner-Webb University quarterback John Rock said that several league policies, including a previous NCAA ban on multiyear scholarships and an “artificial” cap on the number of scholarships each school can award, were markers of a concerted effort from...
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