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Judge poses key questions to Mark Emmert in O'Bannon v. NCAA

So much of a trial is theater. Before direct examinations, witnesses and lawyers log more rehearsal time than the cast of The Book of Mormon. Attorneys plot cross-examinations down to the minute to achieve that perfect gotcha moment at the ideal time. Only occasionally do questions truly reach the heart of a case. NCAA president Mark Emmert faced several such questions on Thursday in O’Bannon v. NCAA, and they didn’t come from a lawyer. (Sports Illustrated)


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