New NCAA committee set to shake up college sports | SehndeWeb

Imagine a college sports world where schools are able to offer every baseball player a full scholarship. Or if a football team’s on-field coaching staff could exceed 25 people.

What if the transfer portal was only open to players three months a year? What if the recruiting schedule didn’t have assessments or quiet periods?

There is a real possibility that these ideas will become more than just concepts.

The Transformation Committee, a group of high-ranking university leaders tasked with overhauling and modernizing NCAA governance, is considering groundbreaking changes that some administrators call “radical.” At a briefing with athletic administrators this week in Dallas, committee leaders revealed ideas for deregulating longstanding NCAA regulations and decentralizing those decisions to the conferences.

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