Originally Posted by ABQCOWBOY
The problem I have with all of this is not the punishment or if Penn St. got handled correctly or not. The problem I have with this is that these violations were reported as early as 1985 to the NCAA. The NCAA did an internal investigation all of this was neatly swept under the Rug. Problem being that from about 68 to 96, Penn St. was a gold mind for the NCAA. They were in no hurry to end that so they conveniently ignored some of the things that were going on. That's not right and I personally have a hard time with the fact that the NCAA is going to skate on that scott free.
It was people that failed those kids. Not the college. It's absurd to punish people who had NOTHING to do with it just get their "drop of blood" which is what Brainpaint and others are doing. They don't look at all the facts just crow about "They accepted it so it must be fair".
Stupid logic if ever there was any.