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File- This March 11, 2013 file photo shows NCAA president Mark Emmert, speaking during a news conference in New York. Emmert, under fire for much of his time as NCAA president, speaks at Marquette University. The governing body faces issues on a number of fronts, the latest being the reported widespread rules abuse by Oklahoma State's football program. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
File- This March 11, 2013 file photo shows NCAA president Mark Emmert, speaking during a news conference in New York. Emmert, under fire for much of his time as NCAA president, speaks at Marquette University. The governing body faces issues on a number of fronts, the latest being the reported widespread rules abuse by Oklahoma State's football program. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
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(AP) NCAA President Mark Emmert says he expects "a lot of change" for the governance structure of Division I sports over the next six to eight months.


Emmert was in Grapevine, Texas, on Monday, speaking at the annual meeting of Division I faculty athletics representatives.


He says the only thing everyone seems to agree upon is that Division I governance doesn't work. He says the NCAA board heads into October and January meetings expecting to look at a "whole different governance model for Division I."


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