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Phillip Marshall: Unfolding dramas in college football

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While the rules controversy has raged, dramas that could change the very fabric of college athletics in general and college football in particular have unfolded. Out west, a federal judge has given the green light for former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon's lawsuit against the NCAA to move forward. If the lawsuit is successful, college football won't ever be the same. And I don't mean that in a good way. Back east, Northwestern football players are trying to convince the NLRB that they are employees and should be able to form a union.

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