The NCAA's real problem? Lack of leadership, starting with Mark Emmert

Monday April 7th, 2014
NCAA president Mark Emmert (far left) delivered a typically uninspiring message to the media Sunday.
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What the NCAA offered on Sunday was a microcosm of exactly why it gets nothing done -- too many voices, no leadership and little substance. If change is coming, it's looking more and more like outside influences will prompt it instead of internal action.

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