The NCAA Is Too Far Gone for Incremental Reform
At its spring meeting last month, the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics made a radical recommendation. We urged the NCAA to shift from being a membership association — with inherent conflicts of interest — to being an independent leadership organization capable of propelling real change in the college revenue sports of Division I men’s basketball and football.
Originally published: June 7, 2018
Author: Carol Cartwright
Position: President Emeritus
Institution: Bowling Green State University, Kent State University
Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Ed