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

  • The NCAA and five power conferences reached a settlement permitting schools to pay student-athletes, signifying a significant shift in college sports.
  • The agreement, involving $2.7 billion in damages to past and current student-athletes, was announced by the NCAA and conference leaders.
  • Pending approval by Judge Claudia Wilken, schools may start revenue sharing in 2025, potentially marking a transformation in collegiate athletics.
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