NCAA's Emmert On Harbaugh's Spring Break: 'An Appropriate Concern'And now, NCAA president Mark Emmert has said that concerns about a spring break trip are "appropriate," although a rule change to prohibit the trip likely wouldn't come before the team makes its way to Florida this year.
NCAA Board Starts Discussing Governance Changes The NCAA spent Thursday working on a redesigned governance structure.
NCAA Official: 'Continuing Opposition' To $2,000 StipendWith the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit percolating, coaches like Bob Stoops speaking out against paying players, and Mark Emmert continuing to back a version of the athlete stipend proposal the NCAA membership forcefully overrode in 2012, the issue of how to compensate NCAA athletes has never been a hotter topic.
Emmert: Happy With Penn St Response To Sanctions NCAA President Mark Emmert says he is happy with the way Penn State University is responding to the sanctions handed down after the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.
The Destruction Of The Penn State Football ProgramIn the wake of the NCAA crackdown on Penn State, four Michigan natives on Penn State’s roster have a big decision to make and a lot at stake.
NCAA Boss Warns Of More Conference Shuffling NCAA president Mark Emmert believes another round of conference realignment could be sparked by schools trying to position themselves to play in a proposed four-team college football playoff.
NCAA Looks To Overhaul Rulebook, Toughen PenaltiesNCAA leaders are ready to give college sports a complete overhaul.