The College Football Association's coaches' committee recommended giving players $600 a year for incidental expenses and funding the allowance by making them pay for their "complimentary" tickets.
Under the plan disclosed by Vince Dooley of Georgia, chairman of the committee, the $600 stipend would be distributed over a 10-month period.
At one time, schools could give their athletes $15 a month for incidentals. Proposals to restore some sort of allowance have been turned down at NCAA conventions for a number of years . . .
Any network television sanctions that could be levied by the NCAA against Southern Methodist University's football program as a result of its investigation will not start until 1986, the Dallas Morning News reported.
A source told the News the SMU-Oklahoma game in Norman has been moved from Sept. 14 to Dec. 7 for national telecast by ABC-TV.
The News quoted sources as saying SMU gave ABC clearance to officially switch the game, confirming the Mustangs will make TV appearances in 1985.
The Dallas Times Herald also reported that SMU officials plan to sue the NCAA, contending the school's football program has been discriminated against . . .
De Paul's 1985-86 basketball schedule includes a game against Georgetown, Dec. 21 at the Horizon in Rosemont, Ill.