While it wasn't put to a formal vote, it sounds like the Penn State Board of Trustees won't appeal the penalties handed down by the NCAA for the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
According to a report from SI.com, more than two dozen of the board's 32 members on a conference call on Sunday indicated they wanted to move forward, although many were still grumbling about it.
I'm going to pass this quote along without further comment:
"For example, Penn State athletics has served as a model program for the NCAA member institutions, contrary to the assertion that Penn State athletics had a `culture problem.' For those of us involved with Penn State athletics, we know just how untrue that is.''
Nothing is official yet, but this isn't the type of story the school is going to want to keep in the news any longer than necessary.