A Tennessee fan made sure to show support for the Vols during the NIL hearing Tuesday morning at a federal courthouse in Greeneville, Tennessee. And it was done with a lift to hold a large Power T flag.

Adam Sparks of the Knoxville News-Sentinel reported that the judge in the case shared that a preliminary injunction ruling will come “in short order.”

The Associated Press reported that U.S. District Judge Clifton Corker originally had a 4-hour window blocked off Tuesday for the hearing, but it lasted less than 90 minutes. At issue is NCAA’s rules prohibiting NIL compensation from being used as a recruiting inducement, denying a request for a temporary restraining order by the states of Tennessee and Virginia.

Corker denied the states’ request for a temporary restraining order last week, noting they failed to demonstrate recruits would be irreparably harmed if the temporary restraining order was not granted. But he also wrote the states were “likely to succeed on the merits of their claim” under the Sherman Act.

Tennessee has forcefully pushed back against an NCAA investigation, both with school leaders and state officials. There’s a federal antitrust lawsuit that claims denying recruits the ability to cash in on NIL is restraint of trade.