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Should the NCAA penalize Penn State’s football program in the wake of Jerry Sandusky’s sex-abuse conviction?

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Yes 75%
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No 24%
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855 total votes

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1 Freeatlast (1991 comments) posted 2 years, 4 months ago

NO,NO,NO this is about football !!!!
What part do you not understand .
Just a few kids growing up fast so we can have GREAT FOOTBALL TEAM
Who cares $cerw them HO Wait that's what we did
OF course we should shut down all sports in schools . Private clubs only

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2 Spiderlegs (141 comments) posted 2 years, 4 months ago

Absolutely. Penalties against college sports teams are rarely about the sport. The news we now know indicates that Penn State is weak in responding to campus sex crimes, and the football program played a key role in covering it up. Scholars have been penalized for much less.

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3 georgejeanie (871 comments) posted 2 years, 4 months ago

Im a Penn State fan, but his goes far beyond the football program. These supposed leaders starting with Paterno, must be held accountable for their in actions. For sure the football program should be given the death penalty by the NCAA. No question ab out it. Also, how about the Asst. DA who disappeared while investigating this situation early on, there gotta be a connection between his disappearance and this investigation.

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4 peacelover (791 comments) posted 2 years, 4 months ago

Tressel and Ohio State's football program received huge penalties for much less.

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5 paulydel (1322 comments) posted 2 years, 4 months ago

One person actually said he saw it happen tells JOPA who saw nothing so now it alleged. then you have the so called victims who are coming out of the woodwork. Paterno reported it and it should have been up to the head of the school to take appropriate action and he did not. The team shouldn't have to pay for others mistakes.

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6 6675409 (37 comments) posted 2 years, 4 months ago

The cesspool is flooding nationwide. The floodgates have been opened. Soon there will be but small islands of morality. Football is not the problem nor should it be penalized. We either control those who try corrupting our children or the problems will continue.

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