The NCAA lifted a postseason ban for Penn State and will restore their full amount of scholarships for the 2015-16 season.
While it seems like the only people going on the record and questioning the NCAA sanctions against Penn State are people not affiliated with the university, another voice has spoken out against the penalties the program still faces.
The president of Penn State University visited the school’s Beaver campus Thursday where he answered questions about the child sex abuse case against Jerry Sandusky and how the university is paying for it.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Even though Penn State and Ohio State are banned from playing in the Big Ten title game or a bowl as part of NCAA sanctions, both are still eligible to win the conference’s Leaders Division and receive a trophy this season.
According to multiple reports, Penn State lost two players to transfers Monday: quarterback Rob Bolden and safety Tim Buckley.