News: NCAA President Answers Critics - Inside Higher Ed
Emmert stressed that the NCAA needs to clarify its "principles" and how they are represented in its rules "so that everyone knows them and they don’t wind up second-guessing when we make such decisions," including those in the Newton, Bush and Pryor cases. To do so, he noted, he is readying legislative proposals to address issues such as "third-party influences in recruiting" and will present them to the governing bodies of all three NCAA divisions at their April meetings.
UB men lose another close one - Colleges - The Buffalo News
These close losses have to be getting old for the University of Buffalo men's basketball team. Fresh off a double-overtime loss, UB lost another close one Thursday to Miami (Ohio), 70-67, in Oxford, Ohio. Freshman Javon McCrea did his part with a career-high 26 points on 12-of-18 shooting. But nobody else scored in double figures and UB missed big shots late in this Mid-American Conference clash.
McCrea Shines in Loss at Miami - Buffalo Athletics
It was another conference nail biter for the Buffalo men's basketball team Thursday night as it dropped its Mid American Conference road opener at Miami (OH), 70-67.
Michigan’s ray of Hoke
Yesterday was a good day for a good man as Brady Hoke was introduced as the new head football coach at the Univer-sity of Mich-igan.