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Posted: 2/19/2013 10:52:55 AM

Emmert is Awful....get rid of him!

http://www.change.org/petitions/ncaa-fire-mark-emmert-as-president-of-the-ncaa

Click and go

Bye Emmert

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Posted: 2/19/2013 10:54:44 AM
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Posted: 2/19/2013 10:59:05 AM
Only 202 more needed!!!
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Posted: 2/19/2013 11:28:51 AM

Why Fire Emmert? 2 people report to him, and he acts like he is not accountable for anything??

Non SEC Schools had a "infraction" and were punished, penn st (sandusky; mishadled....Ohio st (tatoogate) i was ok with it....USC (Reggie Bush) ok ..took a long time....

Emmert was chancellor at LSU for five years, from 1999 to 2004, and was instrumental in hiring a promising-but-not-entirely-proven Nick Saban as football coach

Feb 2011 Alabama still on probation mind you!! The NCAA Committee on Infractions released a statement last year calling the University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa the following:A "serial repeat violator," with an "abysmal infractions track record" and an "extensive recent history of infractions cases unmatched by any other member institution in the NCAA.”

There's only one penalty that fits those crimes, especially since the NCAA would have to be considered a repeat offender.

The death penalty.

There's never been a better time - or more good reasons - to blow the whole system up and start over.

Eleven years ago next Friday, NCAA Infractions Committee chairman Thomas Yeager explained the major sanctions he and his colleagues had just dropped on Alabama football this way: "They were absolutely staring down the barrel of a gun."

Where are Yeager and his weapon when you really need them?

The irony in the latest example of NCAA misconduct and malfeasance is wicked and delicious. In its zeal to bring Miami football and basketball to justice - a probe launched on the word of former Hurricanes booster and convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro - the association's enforcement staff did something that would get a coach fired, a booster disassociated and a program banned from the postseason.

During a teleconference, NCAA President Mark Emmert called the actions of the enforcement staff "a very severe issue of improper conduct."

He didn't add "unethical," but he could have.

Emmert described a situation that would seem to be a textbook case of a failure to monitor and a lack of institutional control, perhaps the two most serious charges in the NCAA manual.

 

 

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Posted: 2/19/2013 11:29:15 AM
If Emmert really wants to reform major college athletics, he can start by recognizing his semi-professional athletic enterprise for what it is. He can lead the charge to stop the hypocrisy and start over.
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Posted: 2/19/2013 11:32:17 AM

Monarchy run by a MORON!!!

Juiced up and paid SEC players!! Crucifying anyone but the SEC!! Pre-existing relationship with LSU and Saban

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Posted: 2/19/2013 3:20:21 PM

Recent Issues involving Mark Emmert and NCAA Investigations and punishments

Auburn- Cam Newton ineligible for one day!

Miami- NCAA VP Fired for insufficient oversight

UNC- Punishment for academic fraud?

Penn st- Quick judgement and 10 years of not "discovering" the situation themselves...."whose to blame"???

UCLA- NCAA investigator fired during Muhammad case

USC- Judge rules NCAA investigation malicious

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Posted: 2/19/2013 4:16:18 PM
Emmert is completely incompetent and needs to go!!!


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Posted: 2/19/2013 11:17:01 PM
Why would they put anyone good at the Top ...

It's corrupt as it gets ... wish all the schools would just leave the NCAA across the board 
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Posted: 2/19/2013 11:47:57 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DoubleUp4Life:

Why would they put anyone good at the Top ...

It's corrupt as it gets ... wish all the schools would just leave the NCAA across the board 


That's what Bear Bryant preached for the better part of 15 years.  He wanted to start another organization and put the NCAA out of business.  That's why the NCAA hated Bear Bryant and Alabama so much - a hatred that lasts to this day.  The problem for the NCAA was that Bear Bryant was essentially more powerful than they were, and they knew it, so they were afraid to go after him.

That all changed after his death.  That is why today the NCAA is reluctant to discipline any of Alabama's rivals for blatant serious violations (Tennessee and Auburn have gotten away with bloody murder for years), and will nail Alabama for the slightest peccadillo such as the book scandal - an offense that was so minor that no other school in the country would have even been punished for it.

As of today the NCAA is pretty much an impotent organization under Emmert.  I'm not accusing Ole Miss of cheating in this recruiting cycle, but if you were a school like Ole Miss, why not cheat???  You really have nothing to lose.  In the unlikely event that the impotent NCAA actually got out of their own way long enough to punish them, all that would happen is that they would suck again like they usually do.  and that doesn't even factor in that the most corrupt commissioner in college football (Mike Slive) who runs the SEC, and will do every thing in his power to bury any and all violations by member schools.

Emmert needs to be fired, and Slive needs to be in prison.


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Posted: 2/20/2013 10:00:27 AM

Emmert is Ridiculous....a big mess for hopefully a committee (NON PARTIAL) is formed moving forward!

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Posted: 2/20/2013 10:01:17 AM
I think they may find Emmerts reign is the most corrupt in NCAA history!
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Posted: 2/20/2013 1:45:30 PM
ONE WORD: Committee
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Posted: 2/20/2013 9:08:59 PM
Jay Bilas makes the case to fire Mark Emmert on Mike & Mike this morning.

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=8961706


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Posted: 2/20/2013 9:11:47 PM

Its not that its Emmert..its one person with too much power...period...most anybody with that much power will get a HUGE head!!

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Posted: 2/25/2013 4:43:41 PM

The NCAA broke the rules while investigating whether Miami broke the rules.

 

The NCAA looks guilty of unethical conduct, a failure to monitor and a lack of institutional control.

Who polices the police?? You broke the rules (me) i think ill let myself off this time...but i learned my lesson!!!

 

If we had a decent Justice Department in this country, they would call for an investigation into Emmert and his connections, all the ins and outs of who gets excused and who gets persecuted by these clowns, who is really calling the shots. Emmert must go regardless, he spits in the eye of every decent college athlete in this country, and everyone knows it.
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Posted: 3/2/2013 8:19:30 AM
"The NCAA wrongly claims that its arbitrary decimation of the PSU football program is no different than its enforcement of rules regulating player eligibility or uniforms -- which do enhance collegiate competition -- although PSU was not found to have violated a single NCAA rule and the NCAA's own president insisted that the consent decree was not an enforcement action," Corbett's lawyers wrote.

The NCAA has said the penalties are unrelated to regulation of economic activity so antitrust law doesn't apply.

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Posted: 3/2/2013 8:22:39 AM

New proposed recruiting rules not going over so well

Though the deregulation rules changes can be rejected through official override proposals from NCAA member schools and conferences -- the Big Ten has already announced it would be preparing such an override -- Berst said the same presidential working group that created the first set of proposals would attempt to make those modifications itself before the next Board of Directors meeting on May 2.

"We'll try to circulate that to the membership as well, probably a couple weeks ahead of the board meeting," Berst told USA Today, "so people can see what it is if they disagree still."

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