The NCAA gets another bite at the apple.

Everybody is back in front of Judge Wilken today for another antitrust battle.

The NCAA is ready to stand its ground.

“As was demonstrated in the O’Bannon case, the NCAA will show that our rules are essential to providing educational opportunities to hundreds of thousands of student-athletes across the country,” NCAA general counsel Donald Remy said in a statement.

“We are proud that many student-athletes can receive a college education debt-free, access to resources that ensure greater academic success, and an experience that will pay dividends for a lifetime. Allowing paid professionals to replace student-athletes on college campuses would change the face of college sports as we know it.”

Two things there, Donald.  Student-athletes are already being paid and I didn’t notice any difference this past weekend. Also, don’t think I didn’t catch your “many student-athletes” qualifier there.  If the experience is everything for the NCAA, why aren’t all student-athletes receiving that debt-free?

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3 responses to “The NCAA gets another bite at the apple.

  1. 81Dog

    The Black Knight of the NCAA is not deterred! Do your worst, cowards!

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    • Cojones

      Touche’ ! on the Monty Python, 81Dog.

      Not one leg to stand on. No arms to swing the student-athlete sword.

      Apple my ass, I’ll bite you with my teeth! Come back here – that’s it! – get on your horse and ride away! Come back here – you cowards, I’ll bite you to death!

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  2. Erk's Forehead

    Just bring back EA NCAA College Football already.

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