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NCAA could allow individual conferences a choice...

Interesting news from the sham that is the NCAA Presidents retreat...(sham because Larry Scott, Jim Delaney and USC president Max Nikias weren't invited)

The NCAA could soon allow individual conferences to decide for themselves whether they want to pay athletes more and award them longer scholarship terms.

Demand for such proposals came out of the first day of an NCAA presidential retreat on reform Tuesday. NCAA chief Mark Emmert said the group is operating with "an extreme sense of urgency" and would like to vote on new rule proposals as early as October and no later than January.

Window dressing.

With an already bloated and arcane rule book, I can't wait to see the rules governing this...

Here are a couple of other interesting NCAA links...

Emmert Interview

Dodd on what to expect from the retreat

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