23 Jul 2012
The NCAA officially handed down its sanctions related to the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State.
Penn State was hit with a $60 million fine, equivalent to the income from one year of football. They will be banned from bowl games for four years, and lose 10 scholarship spots a year for four years. All wins from 1998-2011 are officially "vacated," which means that Eddie Robinson of Grambling is once again "officially" the all-time Division I leader in wins as a football coach.
Current players will be allowed to transfer to another school and play immediately without a one-year waiting period, or they will be allowed to quit football yet still retain their athletic scholarship until they are finished with classes and graduate.
151 comments, Last at 26 Jul 2012, 9:58am by 'nonymous
Offensive line problems highlight the needs in the NFC North ... except in Chicago, which is kind of unsettling to think about.