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Division I Men's Basketball Championship First & Second Rounds
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National Collegiate Athletic Association. Division I Men's Basketball Championship First & Second Rounds - Page 91. March 15, 1990 - March 17, 1990. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 26, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1144/show/1070.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (March 15, 1990 - March 17, 1990). Division I Men's Basketball Championship First & Second Rounds - Page 91. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1144/show/1070

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Title Division I Men's Basketball Championship First & Second Rounds
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
Publisher National Collegiate Athletic Association
Date March 15, 1990 - March 17, 1990
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  • College sports
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Transcript Seton Hall Athletics Director Larry Keating favors dispersing NCAA championship receipts to the schools to fund compliance programs. cheating that is going on today one single bit. I think it as much ego as anything." Should teams still be rewarded with the same proportionate amount of money under the new contract, which has ballooned almost 300 percent over the seven years? Should the money be distributed evenly among all Division I schools? Should other divisional championships in basketball and other sports be enhanced with more dollars to help teams with per diems and travel? And what about more financial benefits for the student-athlete, who is the locomotive that drives NCAA championships? Other suggestions include that the NCAA help finance compliance programs for individual schools. Awarding schools with high graduation rates and broad-based programs with greater shares of the financial receipts is also a possibility. "Number one, I believe quite clearly, the monies given to the schools now, that's it," said Charles Cavagnaro, Memphis State athletics director. "I think it would be sending out the wrong message to give them any more money, directly as a result of them winning. Now, to give it to everybody in Division I...Do you do it for academics? Those are the kinds of things you can figure out. Richard Lapchick, director of Northeastern's Center for the Study of Sport in Society, added: "I think there has to be some factoring in that a large part of this money should be used to help athletes get their education. We now have a national situation where it takes longer than five years for a normal student to graduate from school and we have to guarantee that to our student-athletes. Otherwise we are penalizing them as opposed to any other student in the school." Texas Tech coach Gerald Myers, incoming president of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, sounds the trumpet for coaches saying that the athletes should get more help in all areas. "I'd even like to see the NCAA pay for transportation for kids' parents to come to the Final Four," Keating said. "We had a terrible time with that last year in Seattle. We had a lot of kids whose parents just couldn't afford it. I just think that is a once in a lifetime opportunity. "I think you would look at the sponsorship of broad programs that met the commitments to all student-athletes, not just basketball or not just football" Roy Kramer Southeastern Athletic Conference Even if we are going to get less in our revenue share, I think it is something we should consider somehow within reason. We tend to deal with a lot of kids who don't have substantial funds in a family. The most important people in these kids' lives never get to the game." Keating believes a split among the 290 plus Division I schools is already bein; done because of revenue-sharing plans b most conferences. Of course, that theor has its critics. The stronger the conference and the more teams in the championship and the farther they advance, the more dol lars that flow into the heavyweight leagues "I have this theory about athletics that i takes a lot of teams for people to play to ge there (Final Four)," said Judith R. Holland UCLA senior associate athletics director and a member of the advisory committee "They didn't get there all by themselves. They were the best, that's true. But all o! those other programs had to have a program, had to have the money, had to have something in order to exist for the other teams to get better. I favor distribution for all the schools that are participating." Strong support in many quarters centers on the idea of financially enhancing Division II and III basketball championships as well as non-revenue producing championships. "We have a chance here to do a lot of things for an awful lot of programs in the NCAA," Holland said. "To provide Division II and III cost-free championships, to provide cost-free championships for everybody rather than just a few dollars for some championships and a lot of dollars for others. Divisions II and III don't have cost-free championships. In Division I, we have all the transportation paid, but in every instance you don't get per diem and lodging. "We should make sure everybody has the same opportunity to send teams to championships without having to worry where the money is coming from." Keating believes if Division II and III championships were more financially rewarding, a decade-long migration to Division I for big-top championship dollars might cease. "Putting more money into the Division II and III championship programs, making Division II basketball an attractive championship finanically might keep people in the division they should be in (rather than) chasing after monies unrealistically in Division I," Keating said. Moreover, the blueprint could change entirely with rewards turned to academics and broad-based programs. In other words, if school X advanced in the championship, it might get smaller financial amounts for winning, but greater ones for graduating students and supporting broad-based por- grams. "I think you would look at the sponsorship of broad programs that met the com- 88