While you’ve been caught up in March Madness, wondering how your bracket was busted so quickly, have you thought about the fact that the athletes on the court aren’t sharing in the tens of millions of dollars made by the colleges, networks, and sponsors? In the latest effort to change that status quo, attorney Jeffrey Kessler has filed a lawsuit against the NCAA on behalf of four players (in the hopes others will join as a class action).

On my America Weekend show, I asked Kessler — whose legal work helped create free agency in the NFL — what he wants for his clients and how he responds to the NCAA’s standard “they get an education for free” argument. Listen, then click here to subscribe to these podcasts via iTunes!