by Michael Lowrey
Soccer is increasingly popular — and increasingly, top U.S. soccer prospects are being told not to play college soccer. Which is a big problem if you’re the NCAA. So now in a bid to remain the minor league of choice for American soccer players, the organization is considering changing its men’s soccer season, going from having it be a fall-sport to being played from August through May with a big Thanksgiving to February break thrown in. The Washington Post provides details on the proposed change here.
Is anyone surprised that the NCAA is considering cashing in like this? No, didn’t think so.