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Which rule would you change if your were NCAA president for a day

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NCAA rules are once again a popular discussion with the recent decision against satellite camps. Thanks to some candid comments from Mike Leach, WSU has garnered a bit of attention related to that ruling. The majority opinion, at least as far as my Twitter feed takes me, is that it's just another silly rule by a bad organization.

Cleaning up all of the NCAA rules is much too arduous of a process, especially for one morning linkpost. So instead, let's limit this discussion a bit. If you were in charge of the NCAA long enough to change one rule, or enact one new policy, what would it be?

To take the discussion just a step further, I will assume that paying athletes in some shape or form is going to be the majority decision. So, let's assume that compensation is finally taken care of you and you get to make one decision beyond that.

Mark Emmert is out, you're in. What is your one and only move?



Cats Take Series From Cougars - The University of Arizona Official Athletic Site
Bobby Dalbec earned his Pac-12-leading seventh win of the season and the Arizona Wildcats topped Washington State 7-3 Sunday morning at Hi Corbett Field.

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It was breakfast with the Wildcats on Sunday, and a series win before lunch. The Arizona Wildcats and Washington State Cougars moved up their series finale to 10 AM on Sunday because of bad weather rolling into town.

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Washington State dropped the rubber game of the Pac-12 Conference series 7-3 at the University of Arizona Sunday afternoon. WSU evened the series with a 6-2 victory Saturday after falling 8-0 in Friday’s opener.

Women's golf:

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The Washington State women’s golf team tied for eighth with Northwestern and Baylor at the PING/ASU Invitational, Sunday, at the ASU Karsten Golf Course.

Monday Morning CougCenter Trivia scores are still being calculated and will be announced next week. Promise.