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The NCAA Is Too Far Gone for Incremental Reform

June 7, 2018


At its spring meeting last month, the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics made a radical recommendation. We urged the NCAA to shift from being a membership association — with inherent conflicts of interest — to being an independent leadership organization capable of propelling real change in the college revenue sports of Division I men’s basketball and football.

We concluded that the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and by extension the university presidents who lead it, cannot engineer that transformation under its current governance structure, even with the best intentions.

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