By HDN Editorial Board
There are two types of people in this world: those who understand that the world doesn't revolve around them, and those who think it does.
Kevin Emerick is an example of the latter.
Emerick has proven by his actions that he puts himself above the interests of the Montana State University-Northern Skylights and the university.
He did so when, according to MSU-N Chancellor Alex Capdeville, he violated school policy by having a personal relationship with a student.
Now he's doing so by remaining in his job after his players have refused to play for him any longer.
How is he helping the 10 players on the team and anyone else affiliated with the athletic program and the school by refusing to accept reality? The players don't want to play for him anymore. Period.
MSU has tried several times now to remove Emerick from his job. They've been unsuccessful not because he doesn't deserve to be removed, but because of some legal points the university failed to address.
No one is rallying to Emerick's defense. But he doesn't care. He wants everyone to play by his rules.
If he would only take this game to its logical conclusion: that he'd get mad and go home, taking his ball with him.