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Proposed NCAA settlement allowing revenue sharing with athletes faces possible legal hurdle

As the NCAA, major college athletic conferences and plaintiffs in three antitrust lawsuits in federal courts in California close in on a comprehensive settlement proposal that would pay current and former college athletes billions of dollars in damages and dramatically alter how current and future athletes are compensated, lawyers for the plaintiffs in a fourth case signaled on Tuesday evening that they are seeking to keep the association and the conferences embroiled in a similar litigation.

Proposed NCAA settlement allowing revenue sharing with athletes faces possible legal hurdle

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