Corn Flakes Is Catching Up To Major NCAA Changes

Jamie Squire

I'm traveling the first part of this week. Normally that's not an issue, but right now I have a problem that I am not solving, and that takes priority over everything.

H323 and SIP. Both protocols are part of video conferencing, and both are a complete pain in the ass when it comes to firewalls. Neither like to be NAT'd. I know 99% of you don't give a poop about this kind of stuff, but me and Al Gore do. We built the internet. Or something like that.

This is a huge week for the NCAA. Right below is the story you need to pay attention to this week. If Mark Emmert can pull this off, maybe I'll stop thinking of him so poorly. And then again, maybe not.

Everything you need to know about the NCAA's coming major changes -
Between the five power conferences likely being able to make their own rules and the flurry of unions, lawsuits, and other court battles, the NCAA has reached the end of an era.

Autonomy defined! NCAA board's agenda for change this week -
The NCAA board of directors agenda for Thursday's meeting in Indianapolis offers more detail on the autonomy issue. If granted more autonomous voting freedom, the Big Five conferences will be able adopt more common-sense legislation regarding athlete.

Board of Directors Agenda Fleshes Out Autonomy System
Board of Directors agenda includes a draft proposal which explains all the remaining details of the autonomy system.

Sooner Fans Go "Scoreboard" On 'Bama Safety Landon Collins - Crimson And Cream Machine
In the world of sports there are winners and losers, and then there are sore losers, and Alabama safety Landon Collins is turning out to be be the later.

The Big 12 wanted to take the Big Ten's name, claims Jim Delany -
But Jim Delany was too smart to give up his #brand.

Powdered alcohol is a thing, promises to make game day better -

Ever felt like you needed a drink in somewhere drinks are not allowed? Break the law with white powder!

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