CAPA’s first win?

If you don’t think the threat of unionization has already had an impact on the big schools, you’re not paying attention.  The latest NCAA governance proposal would give student-athletes almost 20 percent of the voting power in the rules-making process.  That may not sound like much, but when you consider where the schools were a few short months ago…

Board steering committee member Kirk Schulz, the Kansas State president, told CBSSports.com in March he had “mixed emotions” about players having a vote.

“We ask so much of our student-athletes now …,” he said. “My concern is not students don’t offer great perspectives. I’m just trying to figure out what six hours per day that they’re supposed to sleep? Are we going to have students able to show up and work with NCAA?”

No word on whether ol’ Kirk said that with a straight face.

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5 responses to “CAPA’s first win?

  1. Russ

    Think of the children!

  2. AthensHomerDawg

    Beat you to it DIF. ;-)

    • Dog in Fla

      That’s easy for you to say but something did happen in Nebraska regarding energy drinks and farm implements

  3. Debby Balcer

    Chris Conley would be excellent representation on the rules committee.