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NCAA President Emmert Says Swift Changes Coming To College Basketball Amidst Scandal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 19 / 18

NCAA President Mark Emmert on Thursday pledged that the NCAA is "serious in its response" to the FBI investigation into college basketball, and that the Commission on College Basketball "will lead to lasting change, hopefully by the start" of the '18-19 season, according to Ben Roberts of the LEXING...

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