College leaders on Thursday took the first step in changing how college athletics are governed. NCAA member schools voted to ratify a new constitution that gives schools at each of the association's levels -- Division I, II and III -- the autonomy to create their own policies.
Time to dismember the NCAA. They have offered very little lately and even less now. Kind of like the Heisman Trophy Committee, they let ESPN dictate things to them and who wins the trophy every year, mostly SEC players.
"that gives schools at each of the association's levels -- Division I, II and III -- the autonomy to create their own policies."
I have a confusius. Does that mean that each school now creates it's own policies? If so, that is a fluster cluck. If not, good luck getting all the schools in each division to agree on policies. Who is going to be the king directing all of the different schools in each division. The only solution to this is to abolish the NCAA and each division set up it's own Association. What good is the NCAA now? It has never been that good, but now is useless.
Maybe the consortium formed to check the SEC now has all the power. Is that not karma?