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NCAA, leagues sign off on $2.8 billion plan for dramatic change across college sports

Revenue-sharing model that could direct millions of dollars to college athletes

University presidents around the country are scheduled to meet this week in May 2024, to vote on whether to accept a proposed settlement of an antitrust lawsuit that would cost the NCAA nearly $3 billion in damages. (Jae C. Hong/AP Photo)
By Ralph D. Russo AP College Football Writer
The NCAA and the nation’s five biggest conferences have agreed to pay nearly $2.8 billion to
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