On College Football

Penn State punishments missed the mark

The ongoing discussion in college football is basic: Find a way for the punishment to match the crime committed by NCAA institutions.

Example 1, of course, is Penn State, which was, by almost everyone’s opinion, hammered by the NCAA for its lack of institutional control in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

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