Emmert's Job on Line in Botched Probe


First, the NCAA news of the day: the sports governing body says it won’t use “20 percent” of information found during its investigative process of a rogue booster at Miami because of rogue investigators.

If that’s not enough to make your mind do back flips, maybe this will help: this bungled process might just cost NCAA president Mark Emmert his job.

When asked Monday during a conference call if he should bear responsibility for the NCAA’s mishandling of the case, Emmert said, “I report to the executive committee. If they believe action should be taken toward me, they are free to do that.”

At this point, what other conclusion...

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