The NCAA has put off its December announcement on future championship sites to give itself the chance to monitor what happens in state legislatures this fall.
When the Missouri legislature re-convenes, it’s possible that a so-called "religious freedom" bill may pop up again on the agenda. That concerns Kansas City Sports Commission Executive Director Kathy Nelson. Especially since the sports commission submitted a record of 55 bids to the NCAA to host championships.
“For us, we have 55 have chances to get shot down if someone decides to vote for this,” said Nelson.