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NCAA Fines Penn State $60 Million, Four-Year Bowl Ban + More Penalities In Wake Of Sandusky Scandal
NCAA Fines Penn State $60 Million, Four-Year Bowl Ban + More Penalities In Wake Of Sandusky Scandal
The NCAA announced the sanctions on Penn State earlier this morning, and though the university didn't get hit with the 'death penalty' - their punishment was still a stiff one. NCAA President Mark Emmert and Ed Ray, the chairman of the NCAA's executive committee and Oregon State's president, revealed that Penn State will be fined $60 million, banned from any postseason play for the next four years
NFL Player Penalized For Saluting Troops After Scoring A Touchdown
NFL Player Penalized For Saluting Troops After Scoring A Touchdown
Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker was penalized last weekend after he scored a touchdown because of "excessive celebrating." The problem is, Decker was saluting U.S. troops after his score, and the officials determined that his salute was ruled "excessive." It should be noted, this all happened on the the weekend in which the NFL was honoring all that have ever served ou