"I think it's important to differentiate what the Penn State case was about and what it wasn't about," Emmert said. "What we were interested in, and what we focused on was the behavior of those people around that situation, and whether or not the university handled the allegations and the information that it received appropriately."
I know we're tired of talking about it, but how does he get away with these quotes? How does nobody that he is interviewed by ever ask about other situations and the ramifications of using his new found "unprecedented" power?
These quotes should make Montana quiver in their boots about their ongoing challenges, or Notre Dame. Seriously.
Emmert is getting more bold at flat out lying:
He added the NCAA was interested "not in the crimes themselves, but in what happened after those crimes were committed and how they were dealt with or not dealt with."
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