PSU Death Penalty?
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07-23-2012, 12:25 AM
We don't need one!
Join Date: May 2010
Dead man still walking...
Not sure if aware....
After watching Joe Paterno's statue ripped from the ground, the Penn State community knew the worst was just beginning. Adding to the shock of the statue’s removal Sunday morning, the NCAA revealed that it will announce sanctions against Penn State at 9 a.m. Monday.
These sanctions will not include the “death penalty,”
which would shut Penn State’s football program down and has been used just once in NCAA history, according to a CNN source.
Although there will be football at Penn State next year, a source familiar with the case said Penn State University will face “significant, unprecedented penalties” that include multiple years of postseason ineligibility and a loss of numerous football scholarships. Brett McMurphy, a national college football writer at CBS Sports, also reported that Penn State will be fined between $30 and $60 million, which will go to an endowment for children’s causes
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