101 Facts About Mark Emmert

1. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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2. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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3. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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4. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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5. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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6. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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7. Mark Emmert made the comments in an email sent Saturday to the NCAA board of governors and other university presidents.

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8. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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9. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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10. Mark Emmert is not a fan of adding esports to the NCAA calendar, at least not in its current form.

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11. Mark Emmert is specifically worried about the impact sports wagering will have on colleges.

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12. Mark Emmert said college sports has made strides but more steps must be taken.

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13. Mark Emmert called for swift and decisive action to address this scandals.

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14. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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15. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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16. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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17. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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18. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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19. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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20. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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21. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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22. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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23. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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24. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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25. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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26. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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27. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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28. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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29. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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30. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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31. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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32. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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33. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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34. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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35. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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36. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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37. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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38. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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39. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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40. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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41. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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42. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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43. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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44. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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45. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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46. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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47. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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48. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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49. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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50. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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51. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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52. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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53. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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54. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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55. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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56. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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57. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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58. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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59. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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60. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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61. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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62. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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63. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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64. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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65. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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66. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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67. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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68. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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69. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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70. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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71. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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72. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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73. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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74. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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75. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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76. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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77. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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78. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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79. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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80. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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81. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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82. Mark Emmert spoke out in defense of postseason bans as a deterrent for violations.

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83. Mark Emmert said the text to South Carolina was about a charter flight.

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84. Mark Emmert called the issues surrounding Selection Sunday unfortunate clerical errors: a leaked bracket and an errant text to South Carolina instead of USC congratulating the school for making the tournament.

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85. Mark Emmert said McCrory expressed his views and desire to make sure North Carolina would still be considered for a host site.

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86. Mark Emmert said the NCAA will host other championship events in the state.

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87. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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88. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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89. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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90. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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91. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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92. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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93. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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94. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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95. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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96. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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97. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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98. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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99. Mark Emmert had sent a memo to the NCAA Board of Governors over the weekend defending his handling of the meeting with Redmond, saying he took her concerns "very seriously", that the situations she cited were known and being investigated by proper authorities and insisting, "The assertion that I and the NCAA are not reporting crimes … is blatantly false.

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100. Mark Emmert called the article "a gross mischaracterization of the facts.

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101. Mark Emmert needs to step up and be a leader and make some quicker decisions.

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