If the NCAA wants to survive intact, it needs to appoint someone who understands that modern day college athletics cannot exist as a one-size-fits-all entity. The same rules that apply to the University of Maryland aren't going to work for Goucher College, and vice versa.
As much as people don't want change, it's inevitable. While I don't think the day is on the near horizon, I do think the endgame is that we'll see players in the big conferences, primarily the revenue sports, that are paid employees of the school. Might as well prepare for it now, before the courts force you to adapt all at once and all hell breaks loose. (see: NIL)