NCAA Violates Own Rules; Emmert Should Go


The NCAA is guilty of failure to monitor and lack of institutional control. Guilty of its own rules, which it applies arbitrarily and -- at times -- unfairly.

Take a dip in the deep end of that pool of irony.

To sum up Monday's nothing-to-see-here developments: While investigating a rogue booster at Miami , the NCAA had to sweep up a mess caused by a rogue investigator. The NCAA admitted to lack of oversight and fired its enforcement director.

Ah, but it hardly ends there. The NCAA No. 2...

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