A proposal to eliminate preseason college football games such as the Pigskin Classic and Kickoff Classic will be considered this week at a meeting of the NCAA Division I Championships and Competition Cabinet.

The panel begins three days of meetings Wednesday, with the preseason games proposal one of 42 items on the agenda, a spokeswoman with the NCAA in Overland Park, Kan., said Tuesday.No action will be taken by the cabinet, but the panel's recommendations will be presented at the NCAA Management Council meeting July 27-29 in Philadelphia.

Money from the preseason games is used to finance groups with ties to football, such as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, American Football Coaches Association and Black Coaches Association.