11:12 AM - January 30, 2013 by MMChrisS
It's been a three year voyage thus far, and it appears we're finally getting to some real meat and potatoes of the Ed O'Bannon/Sam Keller vs. the NCAA case. The implications are clear, if the players win the NCAA's fundamental claims of amateurism can no longer be given -- and players will almost certainly have the ability and legal right to get paid from their schools and from endorsements. If the NCAA wins, the status quo reigns.
So what side of the fence do you fall on in this case? Do you side with the players or the NCAA more? Sound off by voting on the poll above you in the forums and to your right on the frontpage!