The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments today on education-related benefits for certain NCAA athletes, with a focus on whether the NCAA’s existing restrictions violate antitrust laws. A lower court previously ruled in favor of the athletes, and a Supreme Court ruling is expected by June.
More context: While the case centers around education-related benefits, it comes amid an ongoing debate over NCAA athlete compensation more broadly.
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