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Here’s what the Supreme Court’s ruling against the NCAA means for the financial future of college athletes

FILE — Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh speaks at the Federalist Society’s Antonin Scalia Memorial Dinner during the organization’s National Lawyers Convention in Washington, Nov. 14, 2019. Kavanaugh has suggested that Bush v. Gore could play a role in deciding an important election dispute. (T.J. Kirkpatrick/The New York Times)

The enforcement of NCAA v. Alston will not massively change college sports. But the ramifications of the Supreme Court's decision, particularly the concurring opinion by Justice Brett Kavanaugh, are profound, and potentially revolutionary.

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