NCAA ‘Unprecedented penalties against Penn State’
According to CBS NEWS, NCAA and its allies are preparing to make a bombshell announcement Monday morning that may further crack the Penn State scandal open even wider.
A high ranking source told CBS NEWS that the NCAA will make the announcement Monday morning at 9 a.m, and are reportedly due to be delivered by Mark Emmert the groups president.
The penalties come in wake of an independent report conducted by former FBI director Louis Freeh.
- Analysis: Because of Jerry Sandusky case, NCAA is likely to ban Penn State football (pennlive.com)
- Death Penalty For Penn State? NCAA President Figuring Out ‘Right Penalties’ (sbnation.com)
- NCAA President Not Ruling Out ‘Death Penalty’ For Penn State Football (newyork.cbslocal.com)
- College football: Death penalty possible for Penn State, NCAA president says (buckeyextra.com)
- NCAA President Mark Emmert won’t rule out death penalty for Penn State (tracking.si.com)
- NCAA chief says death penalty is a possibility for Penn State football program (pennlive.com)