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NCAA statement on U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments

We are grateful to the Court for the opportunity to present our case. Today, we believe we demonstrated why, under antitrust laws, the NCAA should have ample latitude to ensure college sports are played by student-athletes and not paid professionals.

NCAA statement on respondents’ brief in Alston

“Respondents’ brief challenges an argument that the NCAA is not making, nor has ever made, namely that the NCAA seeks antitrust immunity. Indeed, the NCAA has always known that its rules are subject to antitrust review. But as Supreme...

NCAA files U.S. Supreme Court brief

"Today, we asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reaffirm that the NCAA has ample latitude to govern college sports. As outlined in our brief, the lower court ruling distorts federal antitrust law and, in the process, wrongly redefines...

U.S. Supreme Court grants petition for Alston case

“We are pleased the U.S. Supreme Court will review the NCAA’s right to provide student-athletes with the educational benefits they need to succeed in school and beyond. The NCAA and its members continue to believe that college campuses...

NCAA and Conferences file notice of appeal in Alston case

“The NCAA’s longstanding commitment, supported by its schools and conferences, is to provide student-athletes with the educational benefits they need to succeed in school and beyond. While the District Court upheld the distinction between...

NCAA statement on Supreme Court sports wagering decision

"Today the United States Supreme Court issued a clear decision that PASPA is unconstitutional, reversing the lower courts that held otherwise. While we are still reviewing the decision to understand the overall implications to college...

U.S. Supreme Court denies petitions in O’Bannon v. NCAA

The U.S. Supreme Court denied the both the plaintiffs’ and NCAA’s request to clarify key issues of law affecting the NCAA and other similar organizations.

NCAA applies for extension in O’Bannon case

“The NCAA has requested a 30-day extension to file a petition for review of the O’Bannon case with the United States Supreme Court. During this time, we will continue to assess our legal options, including preparing for the possibility...

NCAA seeks dismissal of scholarship cases

“The NCAA and the co-defendant member conferences filed their response in support of their motion to dismiss the Jenkins , Alston and related cases. The filing outlines the flaws and implausibility of the plaintiffs’ case. Under the...

Clarification of Timing of O’Bannon Injunction

“We appreciate Judge Wilken clarifying that the injunction will have no effect on NCAA rules until August 1, 2015, and that any benefits would begin no earlier than the 2016-2017 academic year. NCAA rules remain in place and are...

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