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August 8, 2014 5:37 PM

Judge rules against NCAA, says some players can get share of licensing revenue

A federal judge ruled against the NCAA on Friday, opening the door for some college athletes to share in licensing revenue. The ruling allows for trust funds to be established for major college football and men’s basketball players, who can cash in, after their eligibility expires, on a portion of the proceeds generated by the use of their images and likenesses.

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