The NCAA is all about showcasing sports drama, but its own legal team has been immersed in more than its share of nail-biting moments over the past decade.

What’s to come, however, will be, on a whole new level, attorneys who track the legal ins and outs of the Indianapolis-based college sports governing body say. And it raises questions for the lawyers not just at the NCAA, but within college and university legal departments.

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