NCAA President Mark Emmert appeared before a senate judiciary committee to attempt to get congress to "bail out [the NCAA]" as Sports Illustrated senior writer Pat Forde says, in regards to the name, image, and likeness compensation rights for student-athletes. Pat Forde breaks down some of the reactions members of the committee had to Emmert's position and what the future might hold for the NCAA.
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