NCAA v. The Associated Press: Open Records Ruling May Affect Future Athletic Department Activities, p. 170-173

Richard M. Southall
Mark S. Nagel

Although May 24, 2010, was like most spring days in Florida—pleasantly mild and partly sunny—the Florida Supreme Court’s actions that day undoubtedly made the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and its members feel as if they were trapped in the “dog days of summer”: stifling hot and humid. With one decision, the landscape of college sport had been altered, although most fans and intercollegiate athletic administrators are still not aware of the implications of the court’s decision for the future forecast.