“If they believe that action should be taken toward me or anyone else in the organization they are free to do that.” —Mark Emmert
Dennis Dodd, Senior College Football Columnist for CBSSports.com, calls a spade a spade: “the NCAA is guilty of failure to monitor and lack of institutional control.”
At today’s press conference, Dodd wanted to ask how much Emmert knew and when he knew it, but was cut off and never got to ask it. But his point is well taken, and it resonates with my own feelings about Emmert shirking blame in this case, despicably shitcanning an underling as a scapegoat to divert the attention from his own malfeasance. Dodd and I both believe that Emmert must now step down, as too much hypocritical shit has gone down on his watch.
The NCAA executive committee, which employs Mark Emmert at its leisure, … has leverage.
“If they believe that action should be taken toward me or anyone else in the organization they are free to do that,” Emmert said.
Is that a statement or a dare?
Read about it here. Thanks to Joe for the link.