Penn State braced for potentially crippling sanctions against its football program for covering up former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse of children, hours after it took down its statue of coach Joe Paterno for his role in the scandal.
The NCAA said Sunday it would announce punitive measures against the school today. Read More
To maintain its own integrity, the NCAA must use its powers to suspend the Penn State football program for at least a year, in light of the investigation by former FBI director Louis Freeh that showed a massive coverup by those in charge, including the ousted president of the university, Graham Spanier and coach Joe Paterno. Read More