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SBD/June 25, 2013/Research and RatingsPrint All
A majority of sports execs feel that the possibility of a group of universities leaving the NCAA to form a competitive entity is either more than five years away or never going to happen, according to a Turnkey Sports Poll conducted in May. Forty percent of execs polled said such a concept was more than five years away, while 20% said never. Another 23% of execs felt it could happen in the next 4-5 years. Meanwhile, execs were also asked to name the biggest challenge facing today’s college ADs. Twenty-three percent said building winning programs in revenue-generating sports, while 20% said it was the facilities “arms race” (Turnkey).When do you expect a group of universities to leave the NCAA to form a competitive entity?
RESPONSE% Within 2-3 years8% 4-5 years from now23% More than five years from now40% Never20% Not sure/No response9%Which of the following is the biggest challenge today's ADs face? CHALLENGE% Building winning programs in revenue-generating sports23% Facilities "arms race" (building bigger, better facilities to attract talent)20% Compliance18% Conference realignment18% Fundraising15% Not sure/No response6%