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But he laid out a vision for the future of college sports that puts fewer limitations on athletes and deemphasizes the role of a national governing body like the NCAA, which was founded 115 years ago and oversees more than 450,000 students who play sports. "When you have an environment like that, it just forces us to think more about what constraints should be put in place ever on college athletes," Emmert said. "And it should be the bare minimum." Emmert said the NCAA's more than 1,100 member schools should consider a less homogenous approach to the way sports are governed and reexamine the current three-division structure, which includes 355 Division I colleges. The NCAA's rules and regulations have long been criticized and court challenges have been mounting in recent years. "We need to be ready to say, 'Yeah, you know, for field hockey, field hockey is different than football. Wrestling is different than lacrosse,' and not get so hung up on having everything be the same," said Emmert, who was president of LSU and the University of Washington before taking the NCAA job in 2010. Sports serve different functions at different schools, Emmert said, and the NCAA needs to govern in a way that is more reflective of that. He added the NCAA should not shy away from the fact that a small percentage of athletes are using college sports as a path to professional sports. "We need to embrace that," he said. "And with NIL out there, we're providing other opportunities around this whole notion of using college sports as a career launching pad." As of July 1, the NCAA waived its longstanding rules prohibiting athletes from earning money off their fame for things such as online endorsements, sponsorship deals and personnel appearances. The move allowed athletes in states that did not have so-called name, image and likeness laws -- designed to usurp the NCAA's previous restrictions -- to capitalize similarly to those in states with NIL laws, such as Florida and Georgia. In states where there are no laws to set NIL guidelines, schools have been instructed to craft their own -- a dramatic change for the NCAA. College athletes have jumped into the new market with deals big and small. The Supreme Court ruling against the NCAA last month was also seen as a bombshell, a 9-0 decision upholding a lower court ruling in an antitrust case related to caps on compensation. Legal experts and college sports observers immediately wondered if the NCAA will look at other approaches as a result. The types of reforms to college sports governance and structure that Emmert is now advancing are not new.

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