I’ll bet you didn’t know this was one of the biggest problems with the enforcement of an oversized NCAA book of regulations:
… The biggest challenge the group faces—and the one that will determine its success or failure—is figuring out how to balance competitive equity between wealthy and not-so wealthy programs, Perlman said.
“The most difficult principle is determining whether the NCAA has an interest in making the playing field even between programs that have natural advantages over others,” he said.
Turning to Nelms, Perlman said: “Does the NCAA want to prevent me from using my $75-million budget as an advantage over his $6-million budget?”
At this point, is there anyone who doesn’t see a split coming in D-1 in the next ten or so years?