Anyone who signed the current NCAA penalties addressed to Penn State University should resign and be prosecuted.
No one body can or should have the power to levy any penalties on any institution until accusations are proven in a court of law.
Yes, Jerry Sandusky is a pedophile and was convicted but has not been employed by the university since 1999. Any other allegations have not been addressed by the courts and therefore, anyone's researched opinion is just that, an opinion.
If the courts do rule against the PSU administration, then and only then should levies be put on the university. Not as an individual sport, such as football, but this should affect all sports on campus.
If there proves to be a cover-up since early 2000, then it would probably go much deeper than a handful of management at Penn State.
Pennsylvania is a wonderful state with many hardworking citizens and many businesses, both local and otherwise, that will suffer a great loss because of these allegations.
I believe that it is only appropriate to hear from our governor on how this will affect businesses, employment, taxes and finally, revenue for our state. Of course, it would be interesting to hear what role he played in the so-called cover-up as well.
Anthony G. Lascoli, Altoona