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The NCAA Nears Judgment Day


Ed O'Bannon and his lawyers are not going away quietly. Now nearly four years old, the lawsuit launched by the former UCLA basketball star and several other high-profile former college athletes against the NCAA arrives at its most critical juncture yet: class-action consideration. On Thursday, a federal judge in California will decide whether the case merits expanding from a handful of athletes to the thousands that the plaintiffs say have been harmed by being kept high and dry from the NCAA's revenue stream. (Wall Street Journal)


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