Mark Emmert Considering Leaving NCAA Presidency, According To Report

WASHINGTON - MARCH 17: NCAA President Mark Emmert address the media during a press conference before the second round of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Verizon Center on March 17, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

NCAA president Mark Emmert is reportedly considering returning to LSU.

Mark Emmert has been the NCAA's president since just 2010, but that reportedly could be just about the length of his term. Sports by Brooks has the word:

Before taking over the NCAA, Emmert was courted for major leadership roles by LSU, North Carolina, Vanderbilt and others. He served as Washington's president from 2004 through 2010, previously working at UConn, Montana State and Colorado, along with said LSU chancellorship.

So he's apparently really good at being in charge of university things, particularly universities that make lots of money on athletics. Assuming we'll learn more about this one in the near future.

While we’re here, let’s watch some college football videos from SB Nation’s new YouTube channel together:

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