Power Conferences Make Proposals on New NCAA

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October 1st marked the first day the NCAA established for the five major conferences to propose independent rules and changes to how student-athletes are supported in Division I athletics.
October 1st marked the first day the NCAA established for the five major conferences to propose independent rules and changes to how student-athletes are supported in Division I athletics.

The Big Ten announced a set of initial recommendations for the NCAA on Wednesday designed to "provide enhanced benefits for student-athletes that are members in good standing with their individual universities as part of the NCAA's new autonomy governance structure." The announcement came just a day after the ACC made a similar statement and on the same day the Pac-12 announced it too had notified the NCAA of forthcoming proposals.

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