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Penn State / Sandusky Scandal / NCAA Penalties #1027277

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 22, 2012
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(Aurora, Colorado: Jeff Glor) Tomorrow's announcement of NCCA penalties for the Penn State football team due to the university's handling of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal reported.

(New York: Armen Keteyian) The future for the Penn State community on the eve of unprecedented penalties examined; details given about the removal of the statue of former head football coach Joe Paterno, about tenets of the penalties and the PSU report done by former FBI director Louis Freeh {with report quoted . [CBSSports.com Bruce FELDMAN†- cites the NCAA aim at the culture of the program.] [Last week on PBS, NCAA head Mark EMMERT†- comments on the problem.] Paterno's words quoted.

Glor, Jeff;
Keteyian, Armen

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