Lawyers for NCAA President Mark Emmert, pictured, and former executive committee chairman Ed Ray presented arguments to Judge John Leete in Centre County court on Friday, pushing to be cut from the Paterno estate’s lawsuit.
Lawyers for NCAA President Mark Emmert, pictured, and former executive committee chairman Ed Ray presented arguments to Judge John Leete in Centre County court on Friday, pushing to be cut from the Paterno estate’s lawsuit. L.M. Otero The Associated Press, file
Lawyers for NCAA President Mark Emmert, pictured, and former executive committee chairman Ed Ray presented arguments to Judge John Leete in Centre County court on Friday, pushing to be cut from the Paterno estate’s lawsuit. L.M. Otero The Associated Press, file

NCAA executives’ lawyers try to argue out of Paterno suit

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