About this webinar
Between the NCAA’s ruling on Baylor, the Gender Equity Report, and slowness to adopt name, image, and likeness regulations, the NCAA has drawn widespread criticism. So this November, the NCAA will hold a Constitutional Convention to “reimagine” the governing body’s role in college sports.
Arizona State college sports history professor Victoria Jackson — a former NCAA champion — has spent years studying and writing about ways the NCAA should consider everything from its governance structure to its revenue model.
She joins FOS reporter Amanda Christovich to discuss some of the issues she believes the Constitution Committee should consider, and how she would re-envision the NCAA model.