In the wake of the recent FBI investigation that resulted in four assistant coaches and six others associated with college basketball being arrested, NCAA president Mark Emmert has formed a Commission on College Basketball, which will be chaired by Dr. Condoleezza Rice. "The recent news of a federal investigation into fraud in college basketball made it very clear the NCAA needs to make substantive changes to the way we operate, and do so quickly," Emmert said in a statement. "Individuals who break the trust on which college sports is based have no place here. While I believe the vast majority of coaches follow the rules, the culture of silence in college basketball enables bad actors, and we need them out of the game. We must take decisive action. This is not a time for half-measures or incremental change." Rice served as Secretary of State and National Security Advisor, and was also a professor at Stanford and served on the college...



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