How is the football program still even operating? If taking limo rides like Reggie Bush or selling jerseys like Cam Newton is bad, then the systematic rape of children should be worth more than a loss of a scholarship or a bowl forfeit.
Tear down his statue and piss all over it. Close the doors to the football facility for the next 10 years..... only after the Hazmat teams have properly sanitized everything that is.
Who the hell would even want to wear their Penn State memorabilia at this point?
I read an article by a former NCAA legal rep and he basically said the NCAA has no rules about this whatsoever, so they really don't have any legal ground to stand on. It seems odd that there's nothing they can do, it's certainly a football issue, but obviously it goes much bigger than that.
Essentially if the NCAA is going to do anything, they're going to have to create new rules in order to deal with this, and make them retroactive.
Ive been listening to a lot of sports radio talk covering this and this is somewhat true, but not entirely. There is a rule that is very vague that the NCAA could use as a way to come down on Penn State for this. The guys this morning were talking about it, and they brought up a good point. The NCAA really should wait until after all of the legal cases are done to act, because by not doing so they could potentially affect the legal cases. I expect the NCAA to wait until the legal cases are over, and then they will do whatever they are going to do for punishment. The mistake they are making right now to me is not voicing that that is the plan, and letting people assume that they just plan to do nothing.