Will restructuring the NCAA change the balance of power?
In October 2014, it became official: changes are coming to theNational Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), which is made up of over 1,200 colleges and universities in the United States and is divided into three divisions.1 What those changes will be nobody involved in college sports really know for sure, so it is a nervous time for a lot of schools. This article will examine what we do know and what the impact will be of a restructured NCAA.
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John Wolohan is an Attorney and Professor of Sports Law in the Syracuse University Sport Management program and an Adjunct Professor in the Syracuse University College of Law. In addition to being one of the lead editors of the book "Law for Recreation and Sport Managers" by Cotten and Wolohan, John has been teaching and working in the fields of doping, antitrust, gaming law, and sports media rights for over 25 years.