NCAA board chair Hatch doesn't envision a superdivision

USA Today-What's likely to result from the reorganization is a presidential Board of Directors that would be 'an overarching governance board, not an operational board,' Texas Tech faculty athletics representative Brian Shannon said, with a council of 'key stakeholders' like athletics directors and faculty representatives underneath it that would play a much bigger role in evaluating proposals from within the NCAA and developing policy on its own.

As high-ranking college athletics officials gather today and Wednesday to discuss a new governance structure for the NCAA, Div. 1 Board of Directors chairman Nathan Hatch told USA TODAY Sports in an exclusive interview he did not envision the process resulting in a new subdivision for the wealthiest football-playing schools.

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What's likely to result from the reorganization is a presidential Board of Directors that would be "an overarching governance board, not an operational board," Texas Tech faculty athletics representative Brian Shannon said, with a council of "key stakeholders" like athletics directors and faculty representatives underneath it that would play a much bigger role in evaluating proposals from within the NCAA and developing policy on its own.

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