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why the heck wouldn't the author use the PSU example to show the ridiculousness of this quote, "Emmert said that contrary to popular belief, "the president of the NCAA doesn't get involved in infractions cases." He doesn't make the rules or decide punishment"
Maybe that's what part 2 tomorrow is going to do? I sure hope so because that is just amazing that he can say that after doing the exact opposite in the PSU case... simply amazing.
Too soon to bring this one back?
The evidence is mounting!!!!
PENN STATE FOREVER
The final straw in Emmerts coffin will be when the Judge puts our case into discovery. If I'm PSU, I'm really close to joining forces with Corbett in the lawsuit.
This is bordering on comedy now.
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claiming innocence in his statement....'I didn't know what was going on, and I thought it was taken care of.'"
he should look in the mirror
Maybe I am just being naive, but I do not see how something like this does not come to light at a time like this. When the man himself came under minimal fire from the media not too long ago...I don't understand how none of this was touched upon.
"PSU a 3 to 4 win team" - New-era, September 2012
OTL should run a piece on this and then post in on the ticker every 5 minutes. I can't beleive this would drive viewers. An organization like the NCAA completely corrupt. Maybe I'm just bitter but this should sell. Especially if they keep digging up the past.
You gotta love this world. Zayd Issah gives McDonalds a fake $20 and will might get a felony on his record and be shut out of certain career choices.
Mark Emmert 'loses' $100 million at UConn and becomes the ncaa president. It'd be funny if it wasn't so sad.
Emmert can vacate some for you if it helps.
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You know the old story.....f**k up, move up. Unfortunately when it all comes home to roost on guys like this
the damage has been done, and they worm into retirement with big bags of cash. Just once I would like to see guys like this humiliated and strapped for cash in their retirement years!
we should email this article to the NCAA executive committe and all school presidents that sit on the NCAA board. Anybody have those email addresses handy?
From another site.
Thanks - if doing this i believe we should not use links because sometimes they are confused for viruses just copy and paste entire article.
Good Lord! How is this animal still alive? Does he not have a conscience?
I'm all for getting the info out on this guy. Just remember that these are the same elites that just gave him their vote of confidence. The real scary part is that these same people are leading our nation's universities and educating our kids.
true - but if enough stuff comes out about him....their vote of confidence will fade away fast! that is why we need to "pile on" - return the favor
I hope you are right.
It is a shame but this will wash over as well. ESPN is focused on getting the guy from Rutgers fired right now and will be on that tirade until it happens.
Emmert once again will come away clean from all of this.
You have no idea how right you are.....
Well, that didn't take long. ESPN got that guy fired by noon!!
Plus ESPN has no dog in a fight to take down Emmert. ESPN makes millions on advertising for all the college sports they cover. I wouldn't even be shocked if Emmert and ESPN have a little under the table dealings going on. Nothing sinister but more in the lines of not emabarrassing the organization.
2nd part of story up on USA today. Can't link it from my phone but I'm sure someone can.
here you go. I'm not impressed with this article. Frankly, it's getting on my nerves that they are giving him a pass on his comments about not being involved with infractions and even going so far as to claim it's a misconception that he does.
NCAA President Mark Emmert has overseen an increased crackdown on major rules violations and is trying to lead additional reforms in college sports, a process that has proven to be challenging
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