'Blue Chips' Holds Up 30 Years Later Amid NCAA Rules Chaos

By David Steele (February 26, 2024, 9:57 AM EST) -- Thirty years after the premiere of "Blue Chips," one of Hollywood's more memorable and star-studded treatments of corruption in college sports, the NCAA faces unprecedented challenges to long-standing definitions of what is and isn't legal for its athletes. Yet, a legal expert and the film's creators say, what Nick Nolte, Shaquille O'Neal and the rest of the cast depicted in the film has aged well....

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