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Jim Delany Says Big Ten Does Not Want Additional Friday Night Football Games
Published February 28, 2014
PAY FOR PLAY? The AP's Andrew Seligman noted Delany is "against the idea of pay for play, but he's not opposed to giving athletes more of a voice." Delany: "I think we need more seats at the table, for sure. And I think that we'll get that. I think that we'll get that as we restructure the NCAA. I feel certain that at institutes and conference and NCAA level, there will be more opportunity for points of view, and I hope to give them not only a voice but maybe a way to weigh in" (AP, 2/27).