“It’s all stuff that can be done easily.”

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Players meeting with agents, money-filled handshakes, loans are wiretaps.

It’s painted as the dark underbelly of college basketball.

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The Yahoo! Sports report opening the eyes of the world to an unknown market of wrongdoing.

But perhaps there’s a way to avoid a future scandal.

Change the game.

Coach Cal threw out a few ideas Tuesday to the media.  The main element?  The players association should be heavily involved in his mind.

The main problem, Cal says, the NCAA moves slowly.

What’s right for a few may not be right for the many; so nothing is done.

Cal says that cannot and should not be the case this time around.

The players deserve help during the process.

It’s not going be perfect for every program.

As Cal says, this isn’t communism and action must be taken now.

Hear from Cal in the video.

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Alex Risen joined the ABC 36 News team in October of 2011 as ABC 36’s Weekend Sports Anchor/ Sports Reporter. Alex can also be seen Friday nights co-anchoring the Highschool Highlight Reel. Alex started out in the broadcast business while still in college at the University of Kentucky, heading up the school’s daily student news network as the Sports Director. He made his commercial televsion debut in May of 2011 while at WYMT in Hazard, Kentucky as co-host of a weekly, half-hour high school sports program previewing area schools’ games on Friday nights and as a morning sports anchor. Alex has also spent time as an intern at ESPN in the Statistics and Analysis department, as a production assistant for NBC Sports horse racing and Sunday Night Football productions, and as an intern for WLKY in his hometown of Louisville, KY. Alex graduated from Saint Xavier High School in 2007 and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Kentucky in 2010 where he graduated magna cum laude from the Honors Program. He’s excited to be covering his passion in his home state and make Central Kentucky his home for years to come. Alex can be reached at ARisen@wtvq.com