Twitter: Track Reaction to Penn State Sanctions

NCAA president Mark Emmert handed down Penn State’s punishment for the school’s child sex-abuse scandal and coverup allegations Monday morning in Indianapolis. The punishments were stiff, to say the least. Among them: a $60 million fine and a four-year postseason ban. Read AP story.

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Eric Norris (@Floridaboiler) on 7/23/2012 @ 9:14am EDT Said:

Wow, the scholarship reductions are really going to hurt PSU.

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