The Prodigalson wrote: »
What does removing the statue proves? Nothing. All it is saying is we need to stop all this bad public relation and to further more cover up the bad press whe. It fact they should leave it up so that it would be a constant reminder of what took place there. Keep the discussion alive.
CBS News is reporting that the NCAA will announce what a high ranking official called “unprecedented penalties” against Penn State University and the football program. “I’ve never seen anything like it,” the source told Armen Keteyian.
The announcement from President Mark Emmert is supposed to occur tomorrow morning at 9 a.m.
Of course, you might recall the last time CBS News and Armen Keteyian had the big exclusive in regard to the Penn State Scandal: the much-hyped (by CBS) Mike McQueary interview. It lasted a whole 24 seconds, and gave us “like a snow globe.” Based on that prior precedent, I can only assume that these unprecedented penalties involve the loss of a scholarship for the football team
Matt- wrote: »
Dave2one6 wrote: »
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peagle05 wrote: »
i got friends that just graduated from penn state this year on this defending paterno shit...fuck outta here with that. i cant even talk to these motherfuckers right now.
coop9889 wrote: »
My only problem with this whole thing is the NCAA stepping in to do any type of punishment. It is effectively punishing people that had nothing to do with it.
Not to mention they technically didnt break any NCAA rules.
coop9889 wrote: »
The shit was obviously a disgusting situation.
They wanted to take the statue down? Cool ,whatever... not a big deal.
My only problem with this whole thing is the NCAA stepping in to do any type of punishment. It is effectively punishing people that had nothing to do with it. Not to mention they technically didnt break any NCAA rules.
Everybody involved in the cover up has been punished and is no longer associated with PSU. Why is further action needed?
Swiffness! wrote: »