NCAA Asks SCOTUS to Take Up Athlete Benefits Case

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The NCAA on Monday asked the Supreme Court to take up a case that would provide guidance as to what kind of education-related benefits student-athletes can receive.

Specifically, the association has asked the highest court in the land to weigh in on a case in which a district judge and the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the NCAA cannot have association-wide limits on education-related benefits for college student-athletes.

The NCAA’s 11 conferences were listed as co-defendants in the case, and they’ve now asked the 9th Circuit to stay an injunction that was issued in March 2019. The injunction is set to formally take effect Wednesday.

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