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Multiple sources are reporting that the SEC and Big Ten are setting up an advisory committee of presidents & athletics directors to navigate through the evolving landscape of College Sports. Per Yahoo Sports:
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This nameless joint effort, a historic cooperative movement between the country’s most powerful leagues, is an initial step in their intent to steer the future of college athletics — the latest example of authority shifting from the NCAA’s age-old national governance model to its more prominent conferences.

The joint advisory board is tasked with tackling the most pressing challenges before the industry in what Big Ten and SEC commissioners describe as an “urgent” mission to find solutions for issues such as ongoing antitrust lawsuits, most notably the multi-billion dollar House case; disagreements over the NCAA’s new governance proposal, Project DI; and the unsettled landscape of athlete transfer movement, tampering charges and name, image and likeness (NIL) inducements.
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Morpheus20 days
It’s about time, there is no sustainability to what’s currently happening. As conference Leaders they need to figure out how to keep football in good hands for all schools. Not just schools in the SEC and Big 10.
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TDFreak20 days
Hahahaha! The benevolent conference presidents looking out for purity of the sport. Yeah right. It’s all about the Benjamins.
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TDFreak20 days
As for “what’s currently happening”. It’s plain and simple: money and greed has corrupted intercollegiate athletics. Take the money away and things will go back to normal overnight.
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JeffLebowski20 days
Super Ultra Mega Conference brought to you by wokESPN
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ALhunter21 days
Big 2 incoming...
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Hot_in_the_box21 days
And people really thought Tennessee was gonna fight the NCAA alone?
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TDFreak21 days
Their sole purpose will be to see how they can collectively squeeze every last dollar out of the average college sports fan. Moar commercials on PPV channels!
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