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VTHokie2000

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Not necessarily. A reasonable defense would be that SEC teams


can still schedule out of conference games against a number of DI-FBS and even DI-FCS teams. So unless the power conferences form their own NCAA division or NCAA subdivision and decide to only schedule out of conference games against themselves, then I would think there are judges out there who would rule that the Alliance's scheduling philosophy is not a "constraint of trade." Now whether the court of appeals and SCOTUS would rule that way, may be a coin flip at best.

(In response to this post by mrcaniac)

Posted: 09/10/2021 at 11:28PM



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