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Shortly after University President Rodney Erickson ordered the removal of the Joe Paterno statue on Sunday, the NCAA announced a 9 a.m. press conference that is expected to reveal "unprecedented" sanctions against Penn State. Onward State will be following the developments throughout the day.
The Penn State Football Letterman's Club has released a statement this afternoon through club president Tim Sweeney (1989 graduate) and vice president Justin Kurpeikis (2001) graduate. They were critical of Mark Emmert's press conference and called his remarks "careless." Strong support for Bill O'Brien was also displayed. The full statement can be viewed below.
ESPN Outside the Lines obtained a letter sent by former Penn State President Graham Spanier to the Board of Trustees addressing his role in the failure to report Sandusky's abuse. In the letter, he blasts the Freeh report, and denies many of the claims contained in the report.
Among several others, PA Governor Tom Corbett released a statement after the NCAA handed down severe sanctions to Penn State. He says that no taxdollars will be used as part of Penn State's $60 million fine.
Surprise, surprise. The Paterno family released a statement following the NCAA announcement of severe football sanctions against Penn State. The statement can be found here.
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