NCAA president Mark Emmert, the official most credited with letting the college football system get away from him, has decided to step down. He’ll remain in his position until June 2023.
Predictably, media types were excited to hear the news. And for good reason, too.
NEW EXTRA POINTS/GOING FOR TWO:— Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) April 27, 2022
There's no other way to say this. Even if the job is impossible, Mark Emmert was *really* bad at his job.
So who should be the next NCAA President? Or what kind of person? Who would WANT this gig?https://t.co/hxKE0qQP6M
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