Amid House settlement talks, NCAA’s Charlie Baker seeks ‘clarity’ for future of college sports

AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. — NCAA president Charlie Baker said Monday that he wouldn’t put a hard deadline on the organization’s decision to accept or reject a proposed settlement in House v. NCAA, a landmark lawsuit that is expected to fundamentally reshape the college sports business model.
With the caveat that settlement talks continue and could evolve, it appears likely that an agreement would include roughly $3 billion (over 10 years) in back-pay damages from the NCAA to Division I athletes who were not allowed to monetize their names, images and likenesses (NIL) prior to July 2021, as…

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