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On Friday afternoon, a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction in the Tennessee NIL case, which means the NCAA cannot enforce any NIL restrictions or rules until the lawsuit is settled or goes to trial. Per ESPN:

A federal judge in Tennessee granted a preliminary injunction on Friday afternoon that prohibits the NCAA from punishing any athletes or boosters for negotiating name, image and likeness deals during their recruiting process or while they are in the transfer portal.

The injunction is not a final ruling in the case, but the judge's decision will likely have an immediate and dramatic impact on how NIL deals are used in the recruiting process.

"The NCAA's prohibition likely violates federal antitrust law and harms student-athletes," U.S. District Judge Clifton Corker wrote in his decision Friday.
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bamabonners2 months
College football is broken.
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TailbackU2 months
The NCAA did this to themselves by kicking the can down the road
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Serraneaux2 months
Whale whale whale
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Smokeys Howl2 months
Get rekt.
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