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Ed O'Bannon v. the NCAA begins on Monday in a federal courtroom in Oakland, Calif. Since the case isn't easily explained in 30-second sound bytes, and since it can't be reduced to a simple A or B argument, you haven't seen much about it on television. But make no mistake, this case is far more important than debating whether Johnny Manziel should have gone to Las Vegas last month. This isn't the only case pending against the NCAA -- in fact, that's one of the more interesting facets of the story -- but it represents the stiffest legal challenge to the business model of major college sports to date.
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