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Lubrano told the Harrisburg Patriot-News that the Board of Trustees was not consulted about the agreement of sanctions with the NCAA. Penn State President Rodney Erickson signed the agreement, but according to Lubrano, it was a unilateral decision from his office -- an office that is supposed to report to the Board of Trustees in an official capacity.
Following the severe sanctions announced by NCAA president Mark Emmert this morning, the Big Ten council of presidents and chancellors have released a statement. They supported the NCAA's decisions and also ruled that Penn State will be ineligible to receive its share of conference bowl revenue during the four year postseason ban. Instead, the money, which is projected to be $ 13 million, will go to charitable organizations that work to protect children. The full statement can be found below:
Following the announcement of NCAA sanctions against Penn State, athletic director David Joyner and football coach Bill O'Brien released statements.
Penn State President Rodney Erickson released a statement regarding the penalties levied by the NCAA.
Shortly after the NCAA handed down harsh penalties to Penn State, they released a document that will possibly result in a feeding frenzy for college coaches around the country.
NCAA President Mark Emmert held a press conferences minutes ago to announce severe sanctions for Penn State including...