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Former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon Jr. sits in his office in Henderson, Nevada on Sept. 18, 2010. He spearheaded a lawsuit arguing that college athletes should be paid for use of their likenesses. (Isaac Brekken/AP)
Former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon Jr. sits in his office in Henderson, Nevada on Sept. 18, 2010. He spearheaded a lawsuit arguing that college athletes should be paid for use of their likenesses. (Isaac Brekken/AP)
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A federal appeals court yesterday rejected a ruling that said college athletes should be paid for the use of their names and likenesses. But at the same time, the court affirmed that the NCAA had violated antitrust rules by restricting players' ability to trade on their images and likenesses, including jersey sales and video games.

So where does this leave the movement to pay college athletes? Here & Now sports analyst Mike Pesca discusses this with host Robin Young.

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This segment aired on October 1, 2015.

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