RT @McCannSportsLaw: The next big college athlete case--House v. NCAA (seeking $$ for college athletes who were denied NIL)--has a new complaint, with Mark Emmert's decentralization remarks + NIL + Alston playing key roles. Words have consequences. I have details and analysis: https://t.co/6TAhLjvilP
RT @BryanDFischer: The gender equity report really underscores how bad a job Mark Emmert et. al. did with the TV contract. Throw in lines like there being “a deep distrust” in the NCAA to rectify the situation and it remains puzzling that Emmert was given contract extension.
RT @jlheppel: Immediately upon release of the Rice Commission report on men’s basketball reform, it was “unanimously endorsed” by the Board of Governors. Today, the KHF report on equity is categorized as “useful guidance”. Unacceptable.
The NCAA spent over $68 Million in legal fees to keep athletes from earning money…that’s a lot of resources to divert from things like gender equity. Emmert needs to go, and the Board that extended his contract before completion of this report should resign. Time to start fresh.
Unacceptable. Garbage in, garbage out. The NCAA’s problems are directly attributable to leadership…specifically, its complete absence of competent leadership. By name, Mark Emmert.
RT @NicoleAuerbach: This gender equity review points out something that has been pretty obvious for years: Val Ackerman studied the issues facing college women's basketball (and growth areas) and produced a very thorough White Paper in 2013 with tons of recommendations that were never implemented.
RT @ByBerkowitz: So far, 20 American college athletes with remaining NCAA eligibility have won medals at the Tokyo Games. That will set them up nicely for new NIL money opportunities -- and under longer-standing NCAA rules, they are assured of $637,500 in prize money from USOPC alone.