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Genshaft named to Bowl Licensing Task Force
Posted Jun 1, 2011 by Adam Adkins
Updated Jun 1, 2011 at 02:24 PM
University of South Florida president Judy Genshaft has been named to the Division I Bowl Licensing Task Force, a 12-member panel that is comprised of university presidents and athletic directors, conference commissioners and representatives and corporate leaders.
NCAA president Mark Emmert in April announced the creation of the new task force, and on Tuesday announced the members that will examine, among other things, the governance and oversight by bowl sponsoring agencies, conflict-of-interest rules and policies, advertising and title-sponsorship standards, and the oversight and reporting of financial management of bowl games, according to a press release.
“Through the strong and inclusive leadership we have assembled, the task force will undertake a full review of the bowl structure to ensure the integrity of the system and bring a better public understanding of the NCAA’s role with licensing bowl games,” Emmert said in a statement.
Genshaft is one of three university presidents named to the task force, joining Wake Forest’s Nathan O. Hatch and Northern Illinois’ John G. Peters. The task force will be co-charied by University of Nebraska, Lincoln chancellor Harvey Perlman and Kenneth I. Chenault, chairman and CEO of the American Express Company.
The other task force members are athletics directors Joe Castiglione of Oklahoma and Tim Curley of Penn State, Big 12 Conference commissioner Dan Beebe, Mountain West Conference commissioner Craig Thompson, conference administrators Greg Sankey of the Southeastern Conference and Kevin Weiberg of the Pac-10, and and Sharon I. Allen, chairman of the board of Deloitte LLP.
The task force is expected to report its findings and recommendations to the NCAA Board of Directors in October.