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From Dennis Dodd:
Without credibility, accountability, NCAA can't put out fires
The NCAA cannot continue to exist in its current form. Not with a change agenda that has swallowed up a decent person in Roe Lach. Not with the unprecedented intrusion into Penn State that has caused continuing anguish.
Not when the next enforcement official to pursue the next major infraction case gets on campus and is asked: Why the hell should we trust anything you say?
It may just be that the NCAA is ungovernable. The presidents were put in charge of the NCAA 25 years ago. Since then, half of FBS has been hammered with major penalties -- in football alone. Nice job, fellas. There are too many constituencies with too many needs. Too much centralized power. Oh, and too little oversight.
Here's the full article:
People get fired for 'I don't know' answers in NCAA probes. Not Mark Emmert. Dennis Dodd detects a double standard, and says the NCAA can't continue under this form.
This post was edited by Blake Munroe 15 months ago
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Better off tearing it down & starting over
Tend to agree.
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The only rule I would want a school gets caught cheating then the AD, his assistants, and all coaches of the offending program is never allowed to work in college athletics again.
I think that's unfair but I think something that includes an assistant or head coach violating rules of a certain type would be fair.
Any type of cheating should be dealt with severely. Only way to get rid of desire to do it, is to ensure those that openly engage it in aren't allowed to do it anymore.
Of course this is only in cases when the NCAA figures stuff out on their own, as there is no sense in an AD getting fired if he finds out the coach is cheating and fires him.
They need subpoena power. Can't get anything meaningful done without it.
They don't need subpeona power IMO. They need those who lie or refuse to answer questions to be excluded from future job opportunities.
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