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Should the NCAA take scholarships from Penn St?


I say, "NO" The scandal issues are criminal, not sports related. Even bigger is that so many younger kids dreams of playing football at a storied school such as Penn St. would be shattered because of the sick actions of a handful of people that just happened to have ties with the sports program. Let's not add to the list of Sandusky's victims which is already too long, by punishing these young kids for something they had nothing to do with. How do you feel?

 

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    BLACKANDGOLDJACK 4 years ago

    What injunction?

    The sanctions pertaining to the scholarships will be ultimately be reversed. That's my prediction. Anyone who is paying attention to what has happened since the sanctions were announced should have a clue about that.


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