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Is this the beginning of the end for the NCAA?

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by DBT, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. DBT

    DBT Club Member Club Member

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    If this ends up with four super conferences, some are speculating that there could be a move to cede control from the NCAA. Would this be a good thing? Bad thing? What are the implications of such a move happening?
     
  2. DesertDawg526

    DesertDawg526 Resident Dawg Club Member

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    Nope. There will be give by the NCAA but they will not fold. Mark Emmert is taking the reigns. He just stepped down as UW AD to lead the NCAA...

    He's a UW grad who led LSU as AD (hired Saban there) and then came to UW (hired TW then Sark so he's 1-1 there).

    Emmert knows football rules the roost and I cannot see a situation where the NCAA breaks up. I see the NCAA working more with the BCS schools now, but I suppose we'll have to see...
     
  3. sackman

    sackman Club Member Club Member

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    If the landscape changes to the degree where there are four super conferences, the NCAA will cease to exist as a viable entity. The conferences will have all the control. The NCAA can continue to look after the small colleges, but the big boys will be in a different league altogether. The minute the NCAA tries to mess with a member institution, they'll be kicked to the curb.
     

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