Well, it’s here. After months of meetings, the Commission on College Basketball, led by Condoleeza Rice, put forth its proposals to the NCAA’s Board of Governors.
The measures, hoped to improve the current state of major college basketball, came in the form of 60 pages of recommendations, and a debriefing from Rice.
On his daily radio show, David Glenn explains what’s new in the proposal, and what’s more of the status quo. DG also weighs in on what he likes with the recommendations, and what he would add to the panel’s proposal.
Included in this segment: the commission’s timeline, the future of the “one-and-done” rule, non-scholastic basketball, agents, a breakdown of possible punishments — and much more.
The full report can be read here.
Click to listen to David Glenn on the Commission on College Basketball