NCAA President Mark Emmert intends to act swiftly and decisively to clean up college basketball.
When it happens, he expects everyone in the governing body to jump on board.
With an independent commission looking into alleged corruption in the sport, Emmert used his annual state of the association speech Thursday to ask everyone in attendance to help him turn the commission's recommendations into actual rules by the start of next season.
"They (the commission) are going to bring forth a report in April and we have to act on it," he said just a few blocks away from the governing body's headquarters in Indianapolis. "We've got to hear what they have to...