This case lies squarely at PSU's administrators, who'd rather help a "friend" than bring it to the attention of the local authorities, than the current football team. The legal system, and not the NCAA, should be the only party to penalize those people involved in the crime and cover-up. The NCAA openly admitted today that they took the Freeh report without question and imposed sanctions based on it- must be nice to impose sanctions without their own internal investigation just days later. Penn State officials finally agreed to these sanctions after attorneys for both sides deliberated over the weekend. I'm sure the NCAA was threatening to impose the death penalty (or worse) if PSU did not agree to this immediately. Now the current football program/players will suffer because of a tragic situation that stopped while they weren't even at Penn State. Q: who's going to monitor what the NCAA does with the $60 million? Are we sure that 100% of this money will go toward child abuse programs, or will the top officials at the NCAA use some of this money on conferences in Hawaii?
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