Should College Teams be Banned from Tourney for Poor Academic Performance?

As people ready their brackets for the NCAA basketball tournament, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is tossing up an idea that's could be a real game changer -- punishing college athletic teams with low graduation rates by keeping them out of the post-season.

Duncan has proposed that teams with graduation rates of less than 40 percent be banned from post-season play. That would knock out at least a dozen teams in this year's NCAA tournament, according to USA Today, including the top-seeded Kentucky, as well as Louisville and Tennessee.

Duncan can't force his idea on colleges, but he says he's going to push schools to reform.

Our question to you today: Should college teams be banned from post-season play if too many of their players fail to get a degree?