Mark Emmert, who left his post in 2010 as University of Washington president to become president of the NCAA, didn’t waste any time making his first round of big decisions.
Program is contributing more to the school’s athletics department in spite of poor record on the field.
A three-judge panel of the Chicago-based appeals court Monday reversed its own July ruling that said the NCAA must face a lawsuit by consumers claiming its ticket-distribution method violates Indiana law.
Indianapolis-based college sports body acknowledges that it needs the help of others, including former players, coaches and the National Football League, to reduce improprieties.
An open letter to NCAA President Mark Emmert: Welcome to Indianapolis, President Emmert. Or, if I may, Mark. We’re pretty informal around here.
Under Athletic Director Fred Glass, attendance and optimism are on the rise at Indiana University. Soon, he’ll have to decide whether spending millions more on Indiana football is worth the risk.
Neither division has been named, but they break down like this: Michigan, Nebraska, Iowa, Michigan State, Minnesota and Northwestern in one; Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Illinois, Purdue and Indiana in the other.
It's not clear if the 38-year NCAA veteran was fired or resigned. What is clear is that Tom Jernstedt has many supporters
and no plans to retire just yet.
Summer on the Central Canal is like a beachfront boardwalk, teeming with life. People push strollers, hold hands and walk
their dogs. There are boats and bikes and Segways for rent. And four museums are steps away from the water. Yet most of them
capture few of the passersby.