The Wealth Gap in College Sports Just Got Even Bigger

3 APR 1995: UCLA GUARD UCLA FORWARD ED O'BANNON SHOOTS OVER DWIGHT STEWART OF ARKANSAS TONIGHT DURING THE SECOND HALF OF THEIR 89-78 VICTORY IN THE NCAA FINAL AT THE KINGDOME IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has just voted to approve new guidelines that will allow schools in the top five athletic conferences to spend even more money on sports. Steve Eder, Investigative Sports Reporter at The New York Times, breaks down how this might create what some are calling a two-tiered league with a now even bigger gap between the schools at the top and all the rest, and how all of this will end up affecting college athletes.