A federal judge on Wednesday ruled against the National Collegiate Athletic Association in a class-action lawsuit challenging the organization’s limits on compensation for student athletes.
U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken of the Northern District of California denied the NCAA request to toss the case and set a trial for Dec. 3 in the multidistrict litigation. Member conferences, such as the Pac-12, Big Ten and Southeastern Conference are also defendants in the case.
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