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NCAA member schools vote to ratify new streamlined constitution


NCAA members voted Thursday to ratify a new, streamlined version of the association's constitution. The motion passed with 80% of members voting in favor, putting an expected stamp of approval on the first part of a two-step process to significantly reduce the responsibility of the NCAA's national office and to overhaul rules at all levels of college sports. (ESPN.com)

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NCAA member schools vote to ratify new streamlined constitution


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