NCAA troubles have critics seeking changes at top
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert has spent 21⁄2 years trying to push through historic reforms and get tougher on cheaters.
It’s only created more problems.
Today, Emmert presides over an organization that is struggling to maintain credibility with the public, is tied up in multiple court cases and is tainted by an embarrassing internal scandal. He has been criticized for his governing style and personality. There have been questions surrounding the work he did in previous jobs and whether he overstepped his authority in punishing Penn State for the Jerry Sandusky scandal. He drew fire for pinning blame for the debacle in the Miami investigation on enforcement officials and some question whether he should lead the NCAA through its next major overhaul — fixing the governance structure.
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