As college sports officials around the country sought to gauge the impact of a judge's ruling Friday challenging the National Collegiate Athletic Association's rules on compensating athletes, the association has asked a judge to clarify certain aspects of the decision, the Associated Press reported. In advance of its planned appeal of Judge Claudia Wilken's ruling, the association said Monday that colleges want to know which recruits are covered under the decision, which would open the door for players to receive up to $5,000 over and above the value of a scholarship set at the full cost of attendance.
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