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Read O'Bannon trial testimony from Mark Emmert, Jim Delany

NCAA president Mark Emmert and Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany testified last week at the Ed O'Bannon vs. NCAA trial. Many published reports described some of the key questions, moments and slip-ups from their high-profile testimony that wasn't permitted to be televised.

How did Emmert and Delany do? Did they help or hurt the NCAA? Read for yourself.

CBSSports.com obtained transcripts of their testimony that are provided below. Caution: This testimony is extremely long. The transcripts offer the questions and answers under oath of two of college sports' most powerful individuals as they tried to justify not allowing college players to be paid based on their names, images and likenesses.

READ: O'Bannon trial transcript from Thursday, June 19 (PDF)

READ: O'Bannon trial transcript from Friday, June 20 (PDF)


Jon Solomon is a national college football reporter with CBSSports.com. Solomon joined CBS in 2014 after covering college football at The Birmingham News/AL.com for eight years. He previously was a Clemson beat writer for The (Columbia, S.C.) State and The Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail.
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