Monday morning, the NCAA will announce what it's going to do to Penn State football for the program's serial coverup of a serial rapist. I don't know how you quantify child abuse in terms of bowl money, but we're about to find out.
Penn State facing loss of bowl/s and scholarships, but not so-called death penalty— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) July 22, 2012
Joe Schad also reports the NCAA has given president Mark Emmert power he's never had before in order to deal with this case, that Penn State has played no role in determining what the punishments are (however, the Sporting News' Matt Hates reports PSU came up with the punishments and the NCAA accepted), and that the toll could be even worse than having football killed for a season. That would seem to indicate that whatever the punishment is, it will last for many years, more than the typical two or three.
The death penalty is looking more unlikely by the moment, with Dan Wetzel reporting nobody's heard anything about games being canceled.