Columnist Joe Nocera of The New York Times says the NCAA is a living, breathing anti-trust violator:
Yet, in Indianapolis a few weeks from now, a home-grown cartel will hold its annual meeting, where it, too, will be working to collude and fix prices. This cartel is the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The N.C.A.A. would have you believe that it is the great protector of amateur athletics, preventing college athletes from being tainted by the river of money pouring over college sports.
it's rare that I am concurrence with the NYT but this might be the time.