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Key Point in the NCAA vote from today


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This from Dan Wolken from USA Today:

"The difference between those two approaches highlights perhaps the biggest misperception about autonomy. Though it has been framed largely as a divide between the haves and have-nots in college athletics, there are enough financial differences among the 65 power conference schools to make the details sticky in almost any reform proposal, even if there is wide philosophical agreement.

"There are probably 20 schools for whom this is like, no big deal, bring it on, whatever number you come up with we can handle it," Bobinski said.

"The other 45, there is no wiggle room on an annual basis and were going to have to be creative, and raise additional revenues to help fund this, but we're not going to be left behind. If it's right, then we can do it."

Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2014/08/06/ncaa-board-of-directors-vote-division-1-reform-autonomy/13674765/

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