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Topic - William E. Kirwan
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.
“We don't feel that goes far enough,” co-chairman and University of Maryland Chancellor William E. Kirwan said of Emmert's reform agenda.