Having fixed the economy, healthcare and global terrorism, President Obama is now dealing with the important issue of college sports.

Blake Neff of the Daily Caller reports.

President Obama Decides To Save College Sports

President Obama has found time in his busy schedule of not-really-terrorist terrorists and global warming to “save” college sports.

Obama will meet this week with representatives of college athletic programs and the NCAA, USA Today reported Sunday night.

Just what direction the meeting will take remains unclear, as an agenda has not yet been finalized, but it is expected to address a wide range of issues confronting college sports including academic issues, player compensation and sexual assault.

The White House meeting is expected to precede the creation of a “Coalition to Save College Sports” that will be spearheaded by the commissioners of the ten conferences at the top level of college football, said USA Today. That coalition could be paired up with a presidential commission to investigate the current state of college athletics.

College sports are as popular as ever, but with rising popularity and profits has come increased concern from Congress and the executive branch about how athletics and college education intersect.