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Topic - Knight Commission On Intercollegiate Athletics
Joe Paterno, Rick Pitino and Mack Brown _ millionaires all and many times over. Their bosses? Go ahead. Try to name them.
Academic requirements so stringent they would've left national champion Connecticut and six other schools ineligible for the last spring's NCAA tournament were among a slew of reform proposals outlined by NCAA president Mark Emmert on Monday.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is backing a call from the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics to toughen the academic requirements and revenue distribution system for NCAA postseason basketball.