NCAA Fails to Set Aside Ruling Its No-Pay Rule Cheats Athletes

UCLA's Ed O’Bannon celebrates by cutting his part of the net after the Bruins 102-96 win over UCONN in the NCAA West Regional Final in Oakland, California on March 26, 1995.

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The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s longstanding refusal to pay its athletes was deemed illegal by an appeals court that said a 2014 ruling offering them modest compensation needs to be revisited.

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