An Ohio court of appeals dismissed the NCAA’s appeal in the Andrew Oliver case on Wednesday. The court ruled that the injunction restoring Oliver’s eligibility could not be appealed because the case has not been concluded. The jury trial to determine damages the NCAA owes Oliver has been scheduled for Oct. 19, and the NCAA must wait until that phase is concluded to file its appeal.
"Come October," wrote Oliver lawyer Richard Johnson in an e-mail, "the NCAA will get to see what an Erie County, Ohio jury thinks of its behavior towards Andy."
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