NCAA president calls for new rules
SAN ANTONIO -- NCAA president Mark Emmert on Thursday called for new rules so parents no longer "sell the athletic services" of their children in the wake of backlash following the investigation into Auburn quarterback Cam Newton.
Emmert didn't mention the Heisman Trophy winner during his first state of the association speech at the NCAA's annual convention. But he said the NCAA could vote on new enforcements early as April.
"It's wrong for parents to sell the athletic services of ...
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