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Mark Emmert

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  • Out-of-county judge to hear Spanier case

    Make way for another out-of-county judge. The lawsuit brought by former Penn State president Graham Spanier against former FBI director Louis Freeh will not be heard by a Centre County judge. Spanier is suing the former federal judge for defamation...
  • Today in History

    Today is Monday, April 27, the 117th day of 2015. There are 248 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On April 27, 1865, in America's worst maritime disaster, the steamer Sultana, carrying freed Union prisoners of war, exploded on...
  • Marynowitz shares Kelly's vision for Eagles

    Marynowitz shares Kelly's vision for Eagles
    New Eagles player personnel director Ed Marynowitz shares Chip Kelly's vision for the Eagles and also is "intrigued" by the improved Tim Tebow the team signed this week. … Lightning bolts for the Chargers and a memorial flame for former Raider...
  • NCAA president Emmert wants end to one-and-done basketball players

    In the final days before the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NBA draft, the leaders of college and professional basketball agree the current arrangement is not ideal. But when it comes to one-and-dones players who attend college for one...
  • Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating

    Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating
    NEW YORK (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert is glad the Big Ten has sparked a discussion about freshman ineligibility, even though it is an idea fraught with potential pitfalls. Emmert spoke at a meeting of Associated Press Sports Editors on...
  • NCAA president says Penn State sanctions were 'right and appropriate'

    NCAA president says Penn State sanctions were 'right and appropriate'
    NCAA President Mark Emmert on Thursday once again defended the former Penn State football sanctions, adding that communication issues were his primary concern. Speaking at an Associated Press Sports Editors meeting, Emmert called the 2012 sanctions...
  • Emmert: Freshman ineligibility problematic, worth debating

    NCAA President Mark Emmert is glad the Big Ten has sparked a discussion about freshman ineligibility, even though it is an idea fraught with potential pitfalls. Emmert spoke at a meeting of Associated Press Sports Editors on Thursday. He said the NCAA...
  • Issue of satellite camps spins out of control

    Issue of satellite camps spins out of control
      Members of the Power 5 conferences are at odds and the discontent centers around the issue of satellite camps. According to NCAA rules, schools are only permitted to host football camps on campus or within a 50-mile radius of the school’s...
  • Pete Rose allowed to participate in All-Star game events

    Pete Rose allowed to participate in All-Star game events
    Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said banished star Pete Rose can participate in this summer's all-star game in Cincinnati. … WNBA star Brittney Griner and her fiance Glory Johnson, also a WNBA player, were arrested for suspicion of assault in a...
  • In the NCAA's investigation, UNC-Chapel Hill is a partner

    Six months after a report recounting 18 years of academic fraud at UNC-Chapel Hill, few clues have emerged as to where the NCAA is headed with its investigation. But contacts with at least two potential witnesses show the NCAA is treating UNC as a...
  • Tulsa scholarship athletes will get up to $2,500 per year from university

    TULSA, Okla. — The University of Tulsa has finalized the cost of attendance figure that the school will pay its student-athletes. The Tulsa World reports the university will pay student-athletes who play full-scholarship sports $2,500 each year...