The NCAA's board of directors is proposing to give the organization more power to sanction programs along the lines of Mark Emmert's special hammering of Penn State. The idea appears to be to pave the cowpath, so to speak. Specifically, the proposed powers include four-year postseason bans, negating the revenue that punished teams bring in during their punishment period, and holding head coaches personally responsible where applicable. The proposal won't be voted on until October. It would also expand the Committee on Infractions from 10 to 24 members and make it so that instead of there being two tiers of infractions (secondary and major), there would be four instead.