The association, the leading governing body for college sports in America, may vote on proposals in January.
The N.C.A.A., with its authority curbed by the Supreme Court, its conferences jostling for influence and its future deeply uncertain, said Friday that it would look to rewrite its constitution.
The decision by the N.C.A.A.’s Board of Governors to call what it described as a “special constitutional convention” by Nov. 15 could prove a spark for a sweeping overhaul to the management of college sports. But the association
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