That's fair but I am not sure it was every fair across the board even before this. Certain schools and bigger schools will always have the ability to generate money at a higher level than smaller schools. Basically what would need to happen is a revenue sharing program for all of D1 sports across the board. Similar to what the big conferences have now. For example Vanderbilt in the SEC does not come close to generating what a program like Alabama football does. Yet both of those schools make the same amount of tv revenue. The Supreme Court in the 80s ended the NCAA stronghold on football. Thats when things changed as it allowed the big schools and conferences to then negotiate TV deals on their own. Once that occurred the game was always going to be lost. The financial gap now is just widening every year.I agree that the NCAA should have gotten ahead of this thing, but let's be honest. The LAST thing the NCAA is interested in is anything that is equal across the board.