Area players, coaches react to high court's decision on compensation
By Tom Haines
It will likely be years before Monday's U.S. Supreme Court decision has ramifications for sports in Mercer County, if it ever does. But as change looms in college sports, coaches and athletes at all levels are taking notice.
The decision, which ruled that an NCAA restriction on "education-related benefits" such as laptops and study abroad trips given to college athletes violated antitrust laws, is widely seen as the first step toward paying college athletes. [More