NCAA, NIT end fight over tournaments
NEW YORK -- The NCAA and the National Invitation tournaments have settled their differences, likely ending a civil trial in federal court in which the NIT had claimed that the NCAA was trying to put it out of business, lawyers announced Tuesday.
A jury that had been listening to NIT witnesses and evidence in
Manhattan was sent home for the day by U.S. District Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum after lawyers said a deal had been struck to end the
dispute. At stake was the multibillion-dollar revenue ...
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