NCAA says disagrees with U.S. court ruling on athlete pay


SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The National Collegiate Athletics Association disagrees with a U.S. judge's ruling allowing colleges to share some revenue with athletes.

"We note that the court's decision sets limits on that compensation," NCAA Chief Legal Officer Donald Remy said in a statement, adding that "the NCAA is committed to fully supporting student-athletes."

(Reporting by Dan Levine; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)