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NCAA spokesman: 'Suit threatens college sports as we know it'


A day after the plaintiffs' lawyers in an antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and two co-defendants filed an amended complaint regarding the use of athletes' names, images and likenesses, the association's general counsel responded by acknowledging the threat the case presents to the collegiate model of amateurism. (USA Today)


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