CBS: With the NCAA’s authority quickly eroding, significant change is ahead for major college sports

CBS’s Dennis Dodd speaks with Knight Commission CEO Amy P. Perko regarding the future of college sports and cites the Knight Commission’s December 2020 FBS recommendations.

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“We’re all going to start talking about that and figuring that out,” said Amy Perko, CEO of the Knight Commission, a watchdog on college athletics. “There are some that think the NCAA should just run championships and that’s it.”

The reform-minded Knight Commission proposed in December 2020 that the 130 schools and the CFP break away from the NCAA to form its own entity. That looks like more of a possibility with the NCAA not sponsoring a championship in the sport.

“I think the only solution is what the Knight Commission recommended,” one former Power Five AD said. “Take your football programs and park them somewhere else.”