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Ninth Circuit Rejects Pay for Student-Athletes

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Judge Jay Bybee's decision says colleges can cover the full cost of attendance, but scraps compensation for use of players' names, images and likenesses.

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  • Phil

    The ruling defines the athletes as amateurs, but the "use of their names, images and likenesses in TV broadcasts and video games" is only DERIVED from their athleticism... therefore, IMO, they should be compensated for the value of their "brand". Somehow, they have to take part in the windfall.. to continue to fail to do so is to reinstate a plantation system of chattel servitude.

  • James

    The failure of the NCAA to moderate its greed and avarice: making literally millions and millions of dollars on the work of student athletes without fairly compensating them; will eventually be its undoing. Gluttony personified...

  • Dolores Cordell

    The rich make millions from this and the kids get screwed.Welcome to America.

  • Gary

    Very nice article

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