Courts Rarely Interfere in State Association Decisions

[Photo left courtesy of Twitter @Arachgall Photo right courtesy of YouTube]
[Photo left courtesy of Twitter @Arachgall Photo right courtesy of YouTube]

State athletics associations often make decisions regarding the eligibility of student-athletes at member institutions, and their power to do so is nearly absolute. Courts rarely interfere in the business of these independent entities, but it can happen. Such was the case in Davenport v Savares, Complaint for Temporary and Permanent Injunction and Emergency Motion for Temporary Restraining Order, Case No: CV 19-2 (Circ. Ct. Pike County, Jan. 10, 2019).

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