Summer of scandal: NCAA turns attention to big sports, conferences

Two years ago the NCAA made an unprecedented move and broke off three members of its investigative staff to monitor men’s basketball recruiting and other problem areas in the sport. That number is doubling to six of 30 major enforcement staffers, David Price, NCAA vice president for enforcement services said Wednesday.

Delany is skeptical: “I can’t tell you six is enough. Six out of 30 doesn’t seem like enough. This is an area that has been underserved. Forty percent of the problems are in (Division I) men’s basketball and 40% in (major college) football.”