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Tax Returns Show Mark Emmert's Salary Remains Below The Power Five Commissioners

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 24 / 16

The NCAA's new federal tax return shows that NCAA President Mark Emmert was "credited with nearly" $1.9M in "total compensation" during the '14 calendar year, according to Steve Berkowitz of USA TODAY. However, in terms of the money actually paid in '14, the NCAA's "most highly compensated employee"...

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