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NCAA Says Scholarship Antitrust Claims Still Won't Fly

Law360, Los Angeles (June 11, 2013, 10:59 PM EDT) -- The National Collegiate Athletic Association on Monday again sought an end to an antitrust class action over its scholarship cap, saying the three student athletes who brought the claim still fail to define a labor market on which NCAA policies could have anti-competitive effects.

In a Monday motion to dismiss an amended complaint filed in Indiana federal court by former Gardner-Webb University quarterback John Rock, the NCAA said Rock’s allegations, which were first dismissed in March for failure to state a relevant market, are still marred...
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