NCAA Wants Timeout On $33M Bill In Student-Athlete Row

The NCAA has asked a California federal court to hold off enforcing a magistrate judge’s recommendation that the college athletic association pay $33 million in attorney fees and costs to student-athletes who won an injunction barring the NCAA from restricting their education-related compensation…

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