Found November 18, 2011 on College Football Talk:
Just over a week ago, we pondered what the NCAA’s role in the Penn State scandal might be. NCAA president Mark Emmert said that the Association would monitor the events as they unfolded and “defer in the immediate term to law enforcement officials since this situation involved alleged crimes. As the facts are established through the…
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