Addressing the Current Crisis in NCAA Intercollegiate Athletics: Where is Congress?26 Marquette Sports Law Review 363 (2016)
This article reviews the historic developments and legal trends that have led to the current crisis facing intercollegiate athletics. Based on the authors' analysis, they argue that a continuing fusillade of antitrust challenges is not the best way to balance the diverse values and objectives at stake. Instead, it is time for a national dialogue, abetted by congressional studies and legislative action, that leads to a more rational and sensitive balancing of the social, moral, and economic values and objectives engendered by intercollegiate athletics.
Citation InformationThomas J. Horton, Drew DeGroot & Tyler Custis, Addressing the Current Crisis in NCAA Intercollegiate Athletics: Where is Congress?, 26 Marquette Sports Law Review 363 (2016).