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Day: September 8, 2014

Bill O’Brien on Sanction Reductions: ‘Penn State Is a Fantastic Place’

If you are still mad at Bill O'Brien for leaving Penn State, for the love of god, put that aside today.

Penn State Comments on NCAA Ruling

University officials and James Franklin have commented on today's Mitchell Report and NCAA's decision to strike down bowl ban.

Big Ten Announces Championship Eligibility for Penn State

Watch out, Big Ten: The NCAA's playoff ban removal and scholarship additions aren't the only pieces of great news today.

NCAA Announces Removal of Postseason Ban For This Season, Scholarship Restoration by 2015-16

Rejoice, Penn State! The NCAA announced that Penn State will have bowl eligibility this season and all scholarships will be lifted by the end of the 2015-16 school year immediately after the release of integrity monitor George Mitchell's second annual report to the NCAA on Penn State's compliance today.

NCAA Willing To Keep Consent Decree Fine Money In Pennsylvania

The NCAA has formally dropped their lawsuit with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, according to the Associated Press.

The organization asked Commonwealth Court Judge to drop the suit filed by State Senator Jake Corman and Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord late Friday. The NCAA also said that if Covey agrees, they will move to end their federal lawsuit against McCord, Gov. Tom Corbett, and the Commonwealth, which challenged the legality of a 2013 state law that required the fine money to stay in the state.

UMass-Penn State Set For 4 P.M. Kick

Penn State's Sept. 20 contest against UMass will kickoff at 4:00 p.m. and be broadcast on the Big Ten Network

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