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Topic - Michael Martin
Signs of a boom abound in Myanmar. Flights to Yangon are full, hotel rooms booked solid. Foreign bars are packed with well-fed Westerners in khakis and jeans, twenty-first century prospectors drawn to this golden frontier.
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.
Jeanne Leiby, editor of Louisiana State University's literary quarterly, The Southern Review, was killed in a traffic accident near Baton Rouge.
LSU will take away two football scholarships and limit recruiting visits in hopes the NCAA will accept the self-imposed discipline as its mandated punishment for rules violations discovered by the school in 2009.
“I think we could ultimately end up with two conferences,” LSU's Martin said, “one called ESPN and one called Fox.”