Under Emmert, NCAA enforcement division has gone from bad to worse
Wed Jun 12, 2013
SI spoke with more than 20 current or former NCAA employees about the troubles of the NCAA enforcement staff for a lengthy story in this week's Sports Illustrated. A portrait emerged of a department battered by turnover, afraid of lawsuits and overwhelmed by scandal. One ex-enforcement official told SI, "The time is ripe to cheat. There's no policing going on." In many interviews with NCAA officials about enforcement, the topic quickly shifted back to the leadership of Mark Emmert, who is known internally at the NCAA as the "King Of The Press Conference." That's not a compliment.
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