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Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive still believes conferences should continue to work hand-in-hand with the NCAA, but warned that alternatives may need to be considered as well. Speaking in front of the Associated Press Sports Editors in...
The Arizona Daily Star, TucsonThere was no way to know at the time, but the four years Bill Morgan spent away from coaching may have prepared him perfectly to develop the Arizona Wildcats' compliance department. He was a bill collector. "Being on that side of the credit business...
Once upon a time — actually this week — in a land not too far away, two kings stood defiant as adversity swirled around them. Both held court in front of hordes of media members, who came armed with only questions and were seeking nothing...
Let's fantasize. (No, wait! That's not what I meant. There will be no mention of Katee Sackhoff in her "Starbuck" combat outfit anywhere in this column — uh, other than just now. We're talking fantasy for the sports nerd in most of us.) We...
The Hartford CourantNobody could be more defensive at the 2013 Final Four than Mark Emmert, but Syracuse and Louisville are going to give it a try. The way the beleaguered NCAA president went after Dennis Dodd of CBSsports.com and a few others during his annual news...
For 45 finger-wagging pages, the University of Miami's best lawyers criticized, condemned and posed in perfectly nuanced ways a question that fit NCAA President Mark Emmert with a clown nose: Why was Nevin Shapiro given such credibility? It's a...
The NCAA tournament, celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, is desperately hoping to get to this weekend’s Final Four before another scandal breaks. The odds right now in Las Vegas, where the Pac-12 Conference recently held its postseason...
Kevin Ware was a busy guy on Monday. After having surgery on his broken right leg the night before, the Louisville guard spent part of the day up and about on crutches at the advice of his doctors. He entertained numerous visitors, including Coach...
Nittany LinesNCAA President Mark Emmert said in a radio interview Monday that he remains confident in the Executive Committe's decision to sanction Penn State, adding that those penalties will hold unless "a whole new set of facts" emerges. (Photo courtesy Getty......
What's in a name? For the schools of the Catholic 7 — Georgetown, St. John's, Villanova, Seton Hall, Providence, Marquette and DePaul — it's everything. With no maiden name to fall back on, the Catholic 7 members were forced to do the next...
Bill O'Brien remembers the moment clearly. It was July 23, 2012 — five months after he was hired — and the 43-year-old O'Brien was sitting in his office watching the television. There on the screen was NCAA president Mark Emmert, somber...
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Come to find out, the creators of the dreaded "lack of institutional control" have been throwing stones from inside their own glass house. The NCAA, short for the National Collegiate Athletic Assn., is now in the kind of damage-control mode that it so...
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