‘We’re clearly correct’: Morrisey speaks following ‘victory’ against NCAA in transfer rule case

On Wednesday, a federal court granted a temporary restraining order in a case against the NCAA. 12 News was able to interview West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R), who gave his thoughts on the ruling and the future of the case.

The case was spawned by a coalition of seven states—including West Virginia and led by Ohio—that looked to challenge the NCAA’s transfer rule and believe that it has violated the Sherman Antitrust Act.

Morrisey said that he believes that he and the coalition started off “on the right foot” with Wednesday’s ruling, but that there remains work to be done calling it an “early win” in a “multiple round” process.

Read more at WBOY.

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