INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The NCAA's enforcement staff exodus continues.
Marcus Wilson, the governing body's associate director of enforcement, accepted a new job Monday as associate athletic director for compliance at Maryland.
Wilson spent the last five years at the NCAA's Indy headquarters, the first three as the assistant director of agent, gambling and amateurism activities.
It's another blow for an enforcement staff reeling from the black eye of a botched investigation into the University of Miami and a growing list of personnel changes. Over the past 16 months, the NCAA has lost two investigators, vice president of enforcement Julie Roe Lach and two directors of enforcement. Former director of enforcement David Didion left his job to take a job at Auburn on April 13.
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