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Topic - John Kemp
John Kemp stopped 14 shots in Sunday's NCAA tournament quarterfinal as Notre Dame outlasted Virginia. Then, as usual, he started to hear from his older brothers.
Virginia's offense wasn't quite as crisp as it needed to be Sunday against Notre Dame. After making some average goalies look good at several junctures this season, the Cavaliers had the misfortunate of encountering arguably the nation's top netminder.
As John Kemp of Reuters reported on March 13: "By making regulatory barriers and the permitting process insurmountable, environmental organizations have been able to stop most fracking on lands controlled by the U.S. government."
"That really helps with the defense and doing what we need to do," Kemp said. "Going along with that, letting in a goal doesn't really faze me. But I think the idea that it's a team effort is also important. I'm thankful that I kind of take it on that way."