WASHINGTON (AP) – NCAA President Mark Emmert says main modifications are wanted in school basketball earlier than the 2018-19 season to point out the general public that the governing physique is able to operating the game within the wake of a bribery scandal.
Emmert spoke Monday at a gathering of the Knight Fee on Intercollegiate Athletics. His feedback have been his most in depth since federal investigators in New York accused coaches at a number of faculties, monetary managers and an Adidas government of utilizing bribes to affect gamers’ decisions of faculties, shoe sponsors and brokers. The revelations led to the firing of Louisville coach Rick Pitino and athletic director Tom Jurich.
The NCAA this month created a fee chaired by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to advocate modifications for school basketball. Emmert says reform is important as a result of “the general public doesn’t have enough confidence in any of us when it comes to our potential to resolve these points.”
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