(#260) Court case aims at classifying college athletes as employees
The NCAA is facing yet another court case that challenges its definition of amateurism, and things didn’t go well for the NCAA or its attorneys in a hearing last week. What could this mean for the future of college athletes? Should they be paid? Will the courts rule that they are actually employees?
Also in this issue …
I have my latest bracket projection. This week’s bracket was messy, and there’s a flip that the committee could make to help attendance in Manchester, but they might not necessarily have to, if sources on ticket sales are accurate.
There are three teams I project as absolute locks for the NCAA Tournament and seven more teams that are virtual locks at this point.
Odds for every team in the nation to win their conference tournament.
The latest commitments around college hockey, with new players to Sacred Heart, Union, and Vermont.
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