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August 7, 2014 1:00 PM

NCAA approves governing autonomy for ‘Big Five’ conferences

Governing autonomy has been approved for the five wealthiest conferences in college athletics. The NCAA Division I Board of Directors, by a 16-2 vote announced Thursday, restructured how the so-called “Big Five” schools and conferences will operate.

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