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Sharrif Floyd et al v. NCAA & Conferences

Sharrif Floyd et al v. NCAA & Conferences

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First complaint to address women’s sports and includes a female college basketball player. The complaint is filed by a former NCAA and NFL football player and includes a Minnesota Viking as one of the class representatives.
First complaint to address women’s sports and includes a female college basketball player. The complaint is filed by a former NCAA and NFL football player and includes a Minnesota Viking as one of the class representatives.

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Published by: InsideSportsLaw on Apr 25, 2014
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universities that operate basketball programs at the highest level of intercollegiate

athletics. D-IA teams compete during the regular season, producing high-grossing

games. The season is capped off with the NCAA championship tournament, commonly

referred to as “March Madness.” The broadcast rights for March Madness alone generate

billions of dollars. Again, none of this revenue is shared with the Men’s Basketball

Plaintiffs or members of the Men’s Basketball Subclass.

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