Stansbury Looks To Stabilize GT AD Role More Schools Selling Alcohol At Games Cities Vying For Relocated NCAA Tourney Games Rutgers Wants To Continue At Yankee Stadium NDSU Becoming Victim Of Its Own Success Syracuse Struggling With Football Attendance Power Five Games Help HBCU Financials Learfield Looks To Begin Universitywide Partnerships Univ. Of Washington Football Attendance Struggles Oregon State Opens New Terrace At Reser Stadium
SBD/August 25, 2014/Colleges
Lawyers For O'Bannon Plaintiffs Seeking $52.4M In Attorneys' Fees, Recoverable Costs
Published August 25, 2014
NOT WHAT IT SEEMS? CBSSPORTS.com's Solomon reported former San Diego State football player Anthony Nichols "formally objected Friday" to the NCAA's $70M concussion settlement, with his lawyer telling a judge the deal is "a mess of a settlement." Chicago-based attorney Jay Edelson "filed a 28-page objection in the Northern District of Illinois, arguing the settlement doesn't cover medical costs for former college athletes as the suit originally intended" (CBSSPORTS.com, 8/22).