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    Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction in NIL Recruitment Band Case

    The NCAA suffered another major blow last week when a federal judge in Tennessee granted a preliminary injunction against the NCAA.

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    EA Sports College Football Video Game Returns

    For college football fans, “It's in the Game” once again. Last Thursday, EA Sports made the grand announcement that the highly anticipated EA Sports College Football video game will be returning to an Xbox or PlayStation near you this summer.

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    A Judge Will Decide Whether to Temporarily Stop the Enforcement of the NCAA's NIL Rules 

      This week, a federal judge in Tennessee will decided whether to grant a preliminary injunction stopping the NCAA from enforcing its NIL rules. Earlier this month, the state attorney generals in Tennessee and Virginia sued the NCAA alleging that the association’s rules precluding using NIL as a recruiting inducement is a violation of federal antitrust law.

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    NLRB Rules Dartmouth College Men's Basketball Players are Employess

    Earlier this week, the Dartmouth College men’s basketball team experienced a major victory when the National Labor Relations Board regional office in Boston ruled that the men’s basketball players are employees and are eligible to hold a union election.

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    NLRB Could Make College Athletes Employes (USC Case)

    In 2021, college athletes gained the right to profit from their name, image, and likeness. The next major issue in college athletics is whether college athletes should be classified as employees. This issue is currently being heard by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) at their regional office in California.