The NCAA’s much ballyhooed commission on college basketball reform, the one appointed by NCAA President Mark Emmert last fall in the wake of the FBI arrests and revelations about the sport, delivered its report Wednesday.Seven months of work by the 14 member commission chaired by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice produced a 60 page report and a news conference.Reading the highlights of the report, it is difficult to know whether to laugh or cry.Let’s start with the laughs.The commission basically blew off any notion of paying players in any form. This is hardly a surprise because Emmert, who is paid by the NCAA presidents to defend their notion of “amateurism,” was on the commission.According to the report, “The goal should not be to turn college basketball into another professional league.”The next line should read: “We’ll be here all week. Try the veal.”Don’t turn college basketball into another professional league? Seriously?[The other side: Sally Jenkins praises committee’s recommendations]We’re talking about a sport with a tournament that rakes in billions in TV rights fees and corporate sponsorships every year.
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