Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Penn State Faces Harsh Penalties After Sandusky Scandal Investigation

Penn State got slammed yesterday morning in the wake on the sex abuse scandal of the former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. The university have been charged $60 million in fines, forfeiture of postseason play for the next four years, and 20 scholarships under the normal will be take away for four years as well. Two days before Penn State barely dodged the "Death Penalty", Joe Paterno's statue was removed Sunday morning according to officials, a move that ESPN analyst, and former Notre Dame head coach, Lou Holtz says was a good idea. To make things worse, The big ten conference says Penn State will not be allowed to share in the conference's bowl revenues while banned from postseason by the NCAA. 

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