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NCAA, Power 5 agree to deal that will let schools pay players


The NCAA and its leagues are moving forward with a multibillion-dollar agreement to settle three pending federal antitrust cases. The NCAA will pay more than $2.7 billion in damages over 10 years to past and current athletes. The parties also agreed to a revenue-sharing plan allowing each school to share up to roughly $20 million per year with its athletes. (ESPN.com)

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NCAA, Power 5 agree to deal that will let schools pay players


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