NCAA DI Revenue Distributions Decrease by $375M

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The NCAA is beginning to feel the ramifications of a sports-less spring.

An NCAA press release Tuesday detailed how revenue distributions are being cut in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic canceling spring seasons along with a majority of the winter championships, including the money-making NCAA basketball tournaments.

The NCAA had previously budgeted the 2020 revenue distribution to Division I schools at about $600 million, beginning in April. Now, the NCAA Board of Governors unanimously voted to distribute $225 million, $50 million of which is coming from NCAA reserves, to Division I schools in June.

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