Earlier this week, the United States Supreme Court heard a case centering around college sports for the first time in four decades.
The last time it happened, it completely changed the business of college football broadcasting. This time, the issue at hand involves college athletes and money.
Sports law expert Dan Lust joins host Tom Orr to explain what’s at stake in the Alston case, and what it will – and won’t – mean for the future of college athletics.
Plus, with Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) legislation going into effect in Florida in just three months, is there anything the NCAA can do to try to stop the momentum towards players getting paid?
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