How Surprising is the NCAA Reversing the 'Rich Paul Rule?'




 

On Monday, the NCAA changed course on the rule that required agents to have a bachelor's degree in order to represent athletes testing the NBA draft waters. Now, agents will not need a degree but will need to be in good standing with the NBPA.

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