NCAA retreat to tackle three main topics
On the surface, it looks like just another dog-and-pony show, a bureaucratic tap dance at which much will be discussed and little accomplished.
But those who have been invited to the NCAA presidential retreat and the man who is hosting it insist that won't be the case.
When 54 university presidents and a cross-section of athletic administrators and conference commissioners gather Tuesday and Wednesday in Indianapolis, the goal won't be merely to discuss college athletics reform.
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