Ohio Judges Ousts the 2/4
Late last night Ohio Judge, Edmund Sargus, ruled against the NCAA in the lawsuit of December 2000 in which the NCAA restricted the number of exempt events a team can play in to 2 every 4 year cycle. Sargus ruled that the NCAA had violated the Sherman Act and is permanently enjoined from enforcing this ruling. This means that starting this AM chaos will rule in athletic departments around the nation as schools try and position themselves for this year's tournaments. Expect formats to change and tournament fields to be upgraded as more teams become available.
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