Judge gives NCAA seven days
The Ohio Judge who struck down an NCAA bylaw prohibiting college baseball players from using legal advisors to negotiate with major league baseball teams has ruled that the NCAA appears to be in contempt of that ruling.
Judge Tygh Tone ordered the NCAA to show cause within seven days why it should not be held in contempt.
Oklahoma State pitcher Andrew Oliver was ruled ineligible by the NCAA last spring because it said that a lawyer he had hired listened in on contract negotiations ...
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