Now that a federal judge has ruled that black student athletes havebeen disparately impacted by the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s use of SATscores to decide freshman-year eligibility, a legal scramble is underway to sort outexactly when the judge’s ruling should take effect and how it will be implemented in thereal world.

March Madness has never been madder.

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