What’s truly disturbing to me is that there is no indication that either the Trustees of Penn State University or prominent politicians from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, especially those who may have some say-so in the school’s funding, have had a serious discussion about the viability of shutting down the football program for some introspection.
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