The U.S. Justice Department's Antitrust Division is investigating National Collegiate Athletic Association scholarship rules. While the Justice Department has not commented on the case, an NCAA statement confirmed the inquiry and said that it focused on rules requiring athletic scholarships to be awarded a year at a time and with a five-year limit. The NCAA said that it is "is working with Justice to help it understand" the rationales for the rules. Advocates for athletes' rights have pushed for multiyear scholarships as one way to bolster financial security for college athletes.
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