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Supreme Court Allows More Athlete Compensation in NCAA Loss

  • High court unanimously backs more education-related benefits
  • Ruling rejects NCAA’s bid for sweeping antitrust immunity
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The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for greater compensation for student-athletes in a decision that may loosen the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s grip over college sports.

Unanimously rejecting the NCAA’s bid for broad antitrust immunity, the high court on Monday upheld an order that will let member schools provide more education-related benefits, including computers, internships and academic achievement awards.