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With $2.8B settlement looming, NCAA's smaller conferences feeling squeezed


It is a strange time in college athletics. The industry, on the brink of authorizing a landmark settlement of three consolidated antitrust cases, is fighting amongst itself over how to fund the deal’s $2.8 billion in damages owed to former athletes for use of their name, image and likeness. At issue is the schools’ portion. The power conferences will pay about $664 million. (Yahoo! Sports)

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With $2.8B settlement looming, NCAA's smaller conferences feeling squeezed


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