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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

WNEP Reports: Corbett Suing To Overturn Sanctions Against Penn State


10 comments :

Anonymous said...

Its about time...........

Anonymous said...

Way to go governor, about time.

Anonymous said...

If he would have investigated Sandusky when he was the Attorny General and locked him up, we wouldn`t have to thank him now would we ? 2225

Anonymous said...

How awful!! Every one of us Penn State grads/ students/ parents all are paying for this mess!

Tommy J said...

Are we seriously thanking him for suing over whether a college football team gets to play in some bowl games or get a few scholarships back. How about he makes sure that the money that is not being used for football players be used for deserving students that can't afford higher education. I grew up in State College and can't stand that the freaking football team is more important to people than anything else. Get your priorities straight. Whether or not a college sports program gets to play in a bowl game or misses out on some superstar recruit should be very low on ANYONE's priority list.

Anonymous said...

Tommy J -- I think you are missing the point. He is only suing because Pennsylvania taxpayer money is being used to fund child abuse programs outside of the state of Pennsylvania. While I don't have a high opinion of the Governor, he has a very valid point and the NCAA shouldn't have the clout to send our revenue to other states.

Anonymous said...

Tommy, You have a point, But why should all the other kids and players have to suffer over another persons stuipity and take away something they worked hard for and are proud of.....

Tommy J said...

I'm not missing any point. The money is a secondary issue in his lawsuit. If he truly only cared about the money and not about grandstanding for all the PSU lovers then the lawsuit would ONLY BE ABOUT THE MONEY but it's not. The current athletes are not suffering. They get to play football for a major college and can still go pro if they are good enough. This illustrates my point more by showing people are more interested in football than the real victims in this case or the fact that it was the football worship of the State College community that allowed this to happen. No one wanted to do something that might cast a shadow on the football program. If Corbett himself would have pushed this issue when he was the AG then there's a chance that a lot of children could have been spared being victimized. This lawsuit is political grandstanding plain and simple.

Anonymous said...

Hey Tommy J unless your not too sure the athletics at PSU have a major part in raising $$ for the University. The Colleges get extra $$ for going to Bowl games. In my opinion putting sanctions on a team that had no part in the scandal is unprecedented. I agree that Sandusky should rot in jail but making a team pay for sins of the past is in many ways wrong. They have fired pretty much everyone involved and the University did nothing to stick up for themselves when the NCAA put the sanctions on them. The Governor is just trying to do something the University wouldn't.

Anonymous said...

Corbett was the AG in the initial investigation, that allowed Sandusky to molest children for three+ more years. Corbett, is also a trustee now on the Board at PSU, HE agreed to the sanctions with the NCAA. He personally spoke to the Board before they voted! This IS a political stunt. The new PA AG will take office on Jan 15th, she ran her campaign on, she wants a full investigation on HOW Sandusky was not charged, BY Corbett and the District Attorney at the time, in the initial complaint and investigation. IF Corbett files a lawsuit, he can ask the court that he NOT be made to testify until the lawsuit is settled, which will drag out for years, on the PA TAXPAYERS DIME I might add! This has NOTHING to do with what is good for PSU! PSU released a statement TODAY, they have NOTHING to do with this lawsuit and are complying with the NCAA rules and sanctions. PSU can drop out of the NCAA of they choose, if they don't like the sanctions or rules they must follow, they are not forced to participate! And why the NCAA will win this lawsuit! For all the PSU fans/alumni, Corbett just ripped the scab off what PSU was trying to HEAL! And he did so for his own protection! This puts PSU back in the awful spotlight it was trying to avoid, and they were honestly trying to rebuild their Universities reputation. Corbett had State college businessmen on stage with him, that he said had suffered b/c of the NCAA sanction? HOW? The PSU home games have been SOLD OUT, every game, since the sanctions!! When questioned about this, the so called financially suffering business owners, walked off the stage, refusing to answer the questions! This, is a smoke screen and it has nothing to do with what is good for PSU or PA kids!!If Corbett was so worried about PA kids, WHY did he slash our public education in half, while giving out of state gas drillers tax exemptions (the only state that does that) and tax breaks to the richest in PA! Those taxes could have funded our schools and programs to help at risk kids! IF he was so worried about kids, why would he wait until NOW to file? Why did he not speak out as a Board trustee?? It's b/c the new AG will be sworn into office...and he is the target of an investigation. Corbett is covering his corrupt behind, and nothing more!