NCAA Says Paterno Family has Dropped Lawsuit

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CENTRE COUNTY -- The family of former Penn State Football Coach Joe Paterno has dropped their lawsuit against the NCAA.

The Paternos wanted to reverse NCAA sanctions against Penn State made after the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.

That included millions of dollars in fines, lost scholarships, and forfeiting some of the wins on Paterno's record.

The NCAA says there was no settlement and the Paternos dropped the suit voluntarily.



  • Sheesh

    The back door deal (pun intended) was that the Statue of the GREAT JOEPA will once again rise from the ashes and greet all the sickos who attend Penn State Football games. The coke bottle glassed goof will be showering (pun intended) his blessings on all the cool-aid drinking nit whits that pass beneath his gaze. I hope Hell’s football team has a winning season! because they got a great coach. And after all winning is ALL that matters.

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