As expected, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors approved a new governance model today that will give the Power 5 autonomy (only altered from the last publicized model by allowing proposals to be introduced by just one conference in the Power 5 instead of three). What does it really mean for college football? Although I was in favor of this model due to the increased benefits it will allow some schools to offer student athletes, I’m not sure everything that flows from it will be positive.
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