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Miami Debacle Shakes Confidence in NCAA

AP

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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