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What the Supreme Court's NCAA vs. Alston ruling means for Iowa and college athletics
25th June 2021 • On Iowa Sports • The Gazette
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The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the NCAA’s limitations on athlete compensation for educational benefits Monday in a decision expected to bolster athletes’ rights and add financial pressure on athletics departments across Iowa and the nation.

The Gazette's Leah Vann and John Steppe break down the news and analyze what it means for the future of Iowa and college athletics and name, image and likeness legislation on this episode of the On Iowa Podcast.

Read more: U.S. Supreme Court’s Alston ruling ushers ‘new age’ of athletes’ rights, new challenges for Iowa athletics departments

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