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Mid-Majors Faced With Cost-Of-Attendance Decisions, Funding Questions

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 17 / 15

The expense of providing athletes with cost-of-attendance benefits "may force administrators at mid-major schools to make some difficult decisions," according to Mike Herndon of the BIRMINGHAM NEWS. The increases to athletic scholarships approved by the Power 5 conferences "could cost many schools i...

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