The NCAA, needless to say, has never expressed this type of desire, and its particular general public commentary on due procedure are anodyne.

At a hearing that is congressional 2004, the infractions-committee vice seat, Josephine Potuto, over over and over repeatedly argued that even though the NCAA is “not limited by any judicial due procedure criteria,” its enforcement, infractions, and hearing procedures meet and “very likely exceed” those of other general public institutions. Yet when pushed, Potuto declared that athletes could have no standing for due procedure even though the Supreme Court hadn’t exempted the NCAA within...

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