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Hot-seat watch on for NCAA president Mark Emmert

The countdown appears to have started for the embattled boss of college rule enforcement. And this is all in addition to the Ed O'Bannon saga, which could bring down the rest of the NCAA.

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Emmert expects NCAA changes

The NCAA president vowed "fundamental changes" on Thursday.

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Emmert's hot seat getting hotter

An SI story shows that NCAA and university administrators don't think that Mark Emmert is doing the best job, either.

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Miami player reports NCAA to police

Dyron Dye is going on the offensive.

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Emmert flails at media

The NCAA's president took the mic in Atlanta, where he feistily defended his resume and the NCAA's standing amid multiple controversies and investigations.

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USA Today reveals more Emmert failings

NCAA president Mark Emmert has drawn heavy criticism for his handling of the Miami and Penn State scandals, and it will grow heavier yet after a USA Today report detailing his failures as an administrator before taking the head NCAA job.

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Mark Emmert is a horse

Horses are incapable of some things, but they are very good at other things.

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More NCAA slip-ups in Miami investigation come out

The NCAA had already owned up to various missteps in the Miami investigation, but now there's more that they didn't reveal in their self-investigation. The school will use the new claims as ammo when they continue to try and avoid punishment.

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No shortage of turmoil at NCAA headquarters

Mark Emmert has a lot of problems on his hands these days, not the least of which being his own enforcement department, which is at odds with him over its conduct in its investigation of the Miami football program.

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NCAA execs support Emmert

Despite the NCAA's controversial handling of the Penn State and Miami cases as of late, Mark Emmert's job does not appear to be in any sort of jeopardy.

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Firing Emmert is not enough

The NCAA says that it will implement reforms in the wake of its bungling of the Miami scandal. But an actual lawyer explains why why the enforcement arm (and amateurism) should be scrapped altogether.

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The NCAA is a parasite

Don't half-step by suggesting the NCAA has a positive use. It does not, and never has.

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The NCAA's worst deed yet

Hate the NCAA? An actual lawyer is here to explain why its misconduct during its Miami Hurricanes investigation is its most nefarious deed yet.

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NCAA might have botched Miami case

The NCAA is conducting an external review of improper investigation practices regarding the Nevin Shapiro case.

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NCAA beats up corpse

NCAA president Mark Emmert's decision to absorb power accomplished nothing, but let's all marvel at the wreckage he's left of Penn State football anyway.

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NCAA President Mark Emmert Calls Report 'Complete Nonsense'

Sports by Brooks reported Thursday that NCAA president Mark Emmert is considering stepping down, possibly to return to a position at LSU, where he once worked as chancellor. Emmert himself has shot down the report in harsh fashion:

It's not out of the question that Emmert will return to a school at some point in the future, but that's a pretty stern denial for the time being.

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 the LSU chancellorship.

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