Emmert expects the new proposal to be voted on in August.
"We remain committed to expanding the miscellaneous expense allowance, so the debate is how to implement it and what does it look like," Emmert said. "I think we're still going to wind up with something that provides that option to the universities."
In addition, the board will hear reports from groups trying to revise the massive rulebook, change the penalty structure and put more representatives on the infractions committee. Those three areas could dramatically overhaul how the NCAA polices member schools.
The proposed three-tier penalty structure would help investigators act on the most egregious accusations, and expanding the number of committee members could speed up the enforcement process.
Those proposals also are not expected to be voted on until August.
"All of us -- me, the membership, the public at large, coaches and athletes -- want swifter action," Emmert said. "If the committee on infractions functions more like a federal court of appeals you have more members, but they don't have to hear every case. You have more people working on a case at a time and you can resolve cases a lot more quickly."
Associated Press writer Pat Eaton-Robb in Hartford, Conn., contributed to this story.
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