Michigan AD favors Emmert's proposal 

October, 25, 2011
10/25/11
10:14
AM ET
One of Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon's go-to sayings throughout his almost two years in charge has been that he's a guy who favors change when it is necessary.

He's been a believer in NCAA rules reform and has been vocal that something needs to be fixed within the NCAA legislation.

So it was of little surprise Monday night when he backed NCAA president Mark Emmert's proposal to add $2,000 per year to college scholarships to aid in the cost of attendance -- an idea initially floated by Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany at the league's spring meetings in May.
Michigan C Cites Concussions In Decision To Quit
Joe Schad discusses how concussions and a concern over long-term health have helped Michigan center Jack Miller decide not to play football his senior year.
VIDEO PLAYLIST video