NCAA President Mark Emmert Rips Tennessee’s Coaching Search Debacle....
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During today’s Learfield Intercollegiate Athletics Forum, NCAA President Mark Emmert commented on Tennessee's endless debacle of a coaching search...


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High and mighty NCAA is quick to criticize its member institutions. They have gotten WAY too big for their britches.
Reply9 months
Lol it looks like a clip from a new adult swim cartoon series
Reply9 months
Emmert looks like a Team America puppet.
Reply9 months
America! frick yea! Comin again to save the motherfrickin day yea!
9 months
Meanwhile on the mountain of evidence about DJ Fluker....
Reply9 months
If Dabo beats Nick like a drum, will chatter start to get Dabo to Bama? Think I'll geaux to New Orleans with Orange and Purple to support the kid from Jennings.... ha ha ha.
Reply9 months
I'm still available for $8.3 million per year.
Reply9 months
I'm available for $5M, and am willing to negotiate.
9 months
He really didn't "rip" them. I guess stating the obvious is now considered "ripping" by some people though.
Reply9 months
Tennessee will still end up with a better coach than Gumbo man
Reply9 months
Guess their TAF isn't as good as LSU's.
Reply9 months
Alignment about why you play football? Really? :hermedwards:
Reply9 months
km
10
He needs to get a new make-up artist.
Reply9 months
km
12
Did he mention anything about the playoff selection debacle?
Reply9 months
You could easily replace "UT" with "LSU" and it would be just as true.
Reply9 months
Reminds me of how LSU hired O. President didn't give a shit, too busy dealing with budget issues.
Reply9 months
km
31
Is that crow beginning to taste any better?
9 months
And when you police every institution except Alabama you get what you have there.
Reply9 months
Yep, you’re a PUSS !
9 months
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