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The NCAA agreed Monday after to again reduce sanctions stemming for Jerry Sandusky scandal and now Penn State will be eligible for the postseason this year. Per ESPN:

Penn State's athletics integrity monitor, former Sen. George Mitchell, recommended both actions in his second annual report that gauges progress made by the university. Minutes after the report was announced, the NCAA said it would follow both recommendations immediately.

"Penn State has made remarkable progress over the past year," said South Carolina president Harris Pastides, a member of the NCAA's board of directors. "The board members and I believe the executive committee's decision is the right one. It allows both the university and the association to continue to move toward a common goal of ensuring that educating, nurturing and protecting young people is a top priority."
Penn State will still need to pay a $60 million fine, and 112 wins will remain forfeited.

Here is what head coach James Franklin had to say about the reinstatement:

"We are very appreciative of the opportunities the NCAA and Big Ten have provided with today's announcement," Franklin said. "This team plays for each other. We play for Penn State, our families, the former players, our students, alumni, fans and the community. We are so proud to represent Penn State and the Big Ten Conference and are working hard to prepare for our Big Ten opener at Rutgers."
Filed Under: NCAA Football
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wartiger2004117 months
Place should've been shut down
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TutHillTiger117 months
FIFY We were punished for fricking little kids. Why take away wins....there should have been public executions.
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UnAnon117 months
Why punish the fricking kids. Why take away wins,
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