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Former Penn St. players ALSO filing an appeal

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#1 Nutriaitch

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 06:29 PM

jesus, this is getting out of hand.

3 different appeals to a non-appealable sentence in less than 2 weeks.


The former players say in their letter to the NCAA that they're acting on behalf of all players and coaches who were part of the football program between 1998 and 2011 — the years the NCAA vacated the Nittany Lions' wins.

The filing goes on to say that the sanctions "inflict permanent damage to an entire generation of student-athletes and coaches who were innocent of any wrongdoing during their time on campus while placing a unwarranted blemish on an institution that, by the NCAA's own acknowledgement, 'has never before had NCAA major violations.'"

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other than the holocaust, Hitler had a clean record too.

they are just begging to get the death penalty.

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#2 OkieTigerTK


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Posted 07 August 2012 - 06:58 PM

Never had any violations because they said they didnt and everyone took their word for it. If these scum didnt report child rape, you know they didnt give a rats ass about piddle little ncaa rules.
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#3 PaducahMichael

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 07:00 PM

I wonder how far Emmert lets this go before he reconsiders his original position and slams the death penalty on them?

I think he would, but it would mess up the Big whatever # they are this week and might hurt TV revenue.
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