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Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick thinks we're not too far away from the end of the NCAA because schools continue to peace-out on their conferences. Do you agree? What would that even look like?

Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick told Sports Illustrated that he believes the breakup of college sports at the NCAA Division I level is “inevitable,” and puts a potential target date on that seismic change as the mid-2030s. Swarbrick also said there are “so many” schools trying to leave their current conferences, but they’re handcuffed by existing contracts.

In a wide-ranging interview with SI, the only athletic director who is part of the College Football Playoff Management Committee said the fracture lines within the 130-member FBS could leave two disparate approaches: schools that still operate athletics within a traditional educational structure, and those who tie sports to the university in name only.

(Barstool Sports)
Filed Under: NCAA Football
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chalmetteowl25 months
Sounds like all the college presidents and ADs need to come to agreement on how they'll operate
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SanJoseTigerFan25 months
Four more years
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UnitedFruitCompany25 months
**he's right you know**
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Lynxrufus201225 months
and the result will be the mega conference called the SEC.
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atltiger648725 months
it will happen sooner than that
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