ESPN’s Heather Dinich highlights the Knight Commission’s newest report in the Transforming the D-I Model series, the Connecting Athletics Revenues with the Educational Model of College Athletics (C.A.R.E. Model).
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The Knight Commission on Wednesday released a proposal to require the NCAA, the College Football Playoff and Division I conferences to restructure how they distribute more than $3 billion in annual revenue, a model designed to guide the NCAA as it considers sweeping changes to its current governance structure.
The commission’s report, titled “Connecting Athletics Revenues with the Educational Model of College Sports (C.A.R.E.),” aims to curb what it describes as “a runaway financial race that threatens to upend and undermine the educational model of college athletics.”