Blair Kerkhoff

August 7, 2014 5:30 PM

Autonomy vote won’t widen gap in NCAA, it’s already there

NCAA Board of Directors voted to give governing autonomy to the Big 12, Southeastern, Pac-12, Big Ten and Atlantic Coast conferences Thursday, but at least when it comes to football, the power five already has all the advantages.

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