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and he is him. Mark Emmert: "The only thing people agree on NCAA governance is that it doesn't work."— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) September 23, 2013
Bad enough that I have to agree with what John Feinstein writes about him. Gah. I need a drink.
Sound the trumpets. NCAA president Mark Emmert agrees with major-college football commissioners demanding substantial change in the Indianapolis-based association and has called a summit of Division I schools in January… … Within the past week, Emmert sent a letter to … Continue reading
Hey, remember that whole Penn State investigation (or should it be “investigation”?) where the NCAA felt like it had to do something and sort of made things up as it went along to get to the result it wanted? Good … Continue reading
Another day, another alienated group of people. As outgoing North Carolina chancellor Holden Thorp explained in Chapel Hill on Friday how ill-equipped most collegiate CEOs are to handle the issues surrounding major collegiate athletics, several dozen Division I athletic directors … Continue reading
When they’re not patting themselves on the back about all the money rolling in or figuring out the new and improved postseason at this week’s meeting, college football’s movers and shakers may be privately discussing something even bigger. One group, … Continue reading
If Auburn’s having the worst week, Mark Emmert’s week isn’t far behind. Yesterday, the press brought out the long knives at the NCAA President’s Final Four presser: Emmert had to answer questions about an institution that has helplessly watched King … Continue reading
Emmert on Auburn: "We have a higher responsibility when we’re saying someone has committed an offense than reading a newspaper story."— Pete Thamel (@SIPeteThamel) April 04, 2013 Really? A.J. Green begs to differ.
I’m sure the NCAA president would like it to be about the way he handled Penn State or the reforms he’s been pushing, but Andy Staples points to a very different area: When federal judge Claudia Wilken ruled in January … Continue reading
USA Today suggests that the executive committee’s pronouncement this weekend settles the matter of Mark Emmert’s NCAA presidency being in jeopardy, at least for now. But even that story goes on to note that some unrest exists. CBSSports.com reported Friday … Continue reading