The NCAA might be moving towards allowing students to profit off their name, image and likeness, but the Power Five conferences are hoping that things get accomplished at a quicker pace and at a higher level.

Friday, Stadium’s Brett McMurphy obtained a three-page document that the Power Five conferences sent to Congress regarding a new name, image and likeness policy. The commissioners of those conference asked to “enact clear national policy on NIL and not wait for the NCAA process to conclude.”

News of these documents surfaces just weeks after the NCAA’s Board of Governors suggested that student-athletes have the ability to be compensated for endorsement deals, social media influencing and other avenues.

Allowing student-athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness has been gaining momentum in recent months, but it would force the NCAA to restructure its amateurism model that has been in place for decades. Still, it seems like change is coming to the association in the near future.

Below are the documents that McMurphy shared on his Twitter timeline: