On November 5, 2011, a 23-page Grand Jury report rocked Penn State to its foundation. As a result of Jerry Sandusky being convicted on 45 of 48 counts sexual abuse against 10 minors and subsequent fallout and alleged coverup by several key school administrators and legendary coach Joe Paterno, these events will forever be a dark stain in the history of our University.
The NCAA was ordered to produce all documents relating to the repeal of sanctions levied against Penn State. These documents included communication between the NCAA and its board of administrators along with Penn State.
Jerry Sandusky took the stand to testify in open court for the first time Friday morning, denying he had committed acts of child sexual abuse and presenting his claims that he received ineffective counsel during his June 2012.
“Other schools are contacting [Penn State targets] and telling them the NCAA is going to get involved and impose more sanctions…To insinuate that NCAA enforcement is looking at us and considering additional sanctions is preposterous,” Barbour said.