NCAA President Emmert speaks during news conference at NCAA headquarters in IndianapolisVia Dan Levine and Jonathan Stempel SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – The National Collegiate Athletic Affiliation should enable universities to supply student athletes a restricted share of revenue, a U.S. choose ruled on Friday, a decision that cuts to the guts of the NCAA's mission to enforce amateurism in college sports. Greater than 20 current and former athletes filed an antitrust type action towards the NCAA, announcing avid gamers will have to share in income of faculty athletics, a beneficial business by which universities reap billions of greenbacks from football and basketball. U.S. District Decide Claudia Wilken in Oakland, California, on Friday issued an injunction to allow students to recover some revenue generated from use of their names, pictures and likenesses. "I think we'll seem back at this five years from now as the day that school sports activities commenced to vary.