Skip to comments.Emmert's NCAA loses more credibility after Miami misstep
Posted on 01/23/2013 6:20:13 PM PST by FlJoePa
During a teleconference on Wednesday to discuss an embarrassing breach of conduct in the NCAA enforcement department's investigation of Miami, a reporter prefaced his question to Mark Emmert with a courtesy: "Good afternoon, how are you?"
"I've had better days," the NCAA president replied.
For your sake, Mark, here's hoping you've had a better 26 months.
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Hire Louie Freeh, Mark.
For $6 million dollars he'll find a way to pin it on Joe Paterno.
From what I’ve heard, his February is going to be MUCH worse than his January. He’s actually on his way to getting himself fired. Incompetent, dishonest, corrupt, and with a hair-hat is no way to go through life Mark.
Every member school should tell the NCAA to “stick it where the sun don’t shine.”
A friend of mine is a college BB coach, he says the NCAA rules are contradictory, difficult to understand and virtually impossible to follow. And this guy is straight as an arrow.
Nobody would believe it since enabling (pedophilia) was a full time job for Joe Paterno.
And designed just that way so as to keep the interpreters of said rules in power.
Ha!!! You must be from the Pitt —
Instead of naming all the corrupt institutions in these United States, maybe someone should name the ones that are not corrupt.
It would be a very short list.
I do not comment often because I know how useless private opinions seem to be in matters such as these.
I said during the Penn State debacle that SMU had grounds for reimbursement of lost revenues from the NCAA.
That being said...
What did anyone expect from the NCAA?
Now we will get hand wringing followed by the same thing that has been going on for years.
My guess is that this will be called an “isolated case surely not to be repeated”. The “Independent Investigation” which will be appointed will get to the bottom of this.
Nothing to see here. Move Along. Move Along.
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