WATCH NOW: The Commission on College Basketball recommends several ways to fix college basketball
Bright and early Wednesday morning — as early as 5 a.m. on the West Coast — The Commission on College Basketball met in Indianapolis to unveil its recommended fixes for the ailing sport that is college basketball.
Included among them were ways to address the one-and-done issue, agents, involvement from apparel companies, AAU basketball and both stronger penalties and stronger reinforcement of such penalties for those who violate NCAA rules.
In a 25-minute presentation, commission spokesperson Condoleeza Rice shared in great detail the findings the group of 12 people, 9 men and 3 women, came up with during the past six months, after extensive talks, discussions and investigation into what exactly the issues are that have compromised college basketball.
For those who desire to dive even deeper, take a look at the full, 52-page report of their recommendations.
And stay tuned to KUsports.com throughout the day for more reaction and analysis of today's presentation.