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Sandusky Abused Children, NCAA Abuses History

KajaK Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 9:51 AM
History will always show the 409 wins and along side the wins will show the reason for the reduction to 298 right along side the wins. How can this college expect to be number one when they are molesting their players. In the sports arena this brings Penn down to the size that they really are. There are sick people out there, but the sickier ones are the ones that know something is not right and say nothing. However, with cell phones out there, pictures can and will speak louder than words.
Rich D. Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 12:09 PM
There were no claims that players were being molested. These were boys in a charity program that used PSU facilities.
pastorial Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 12:20 PM
Rich, so what have been a fair and responsible penalty by the NCAA?
pastorial Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 12:44 PM
Rich, i think you answered that somewhere

One of the NCAA's punishments of Penn State was the vacating of all its football team's wins from 1998 through 2011. It was in 1998 that Penn State coach Joe Paterno and university officials became aware of the accusation that assistant coach Jerry Sandusky had showered with a young boy.

As a result, Penn State's 112 wins are no longer wins, and Joe Paterno is no longer the coach with the most wins in college football history. Instead of 409 victories, his record shows 298.

Before explaining why this decision is morally wrong, I should note that...