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Outgoing Knight Commission Chair Brit Kirwan Says Lavish Spending Could Hurt FBS

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 25 / 16

Outgoing Knight Commission of Intercollegiate Athletics Chair Brit Kirwan yesterday "shared a grim prediction for the future" of the FBS, the "most competitive level" of the NCAA, according to Jake New of INSIDE HIGHER ED. Kirwan said that the "'out of control expenditures' seen among the divis...

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