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Too logical, too obvious, too simple, therefore unacceptable to this board...
I don't know.
On one hand you have the university orchestrating a cover up that allowed a child predator to molest more kids just to protect the football program. This was not just Jerry Sandusky. This involved multiple people from Joe Paterno, and all the way up.
On the other hand....you could argue that this is a criminal matter and the people involved are being punished by going to prison and probably going to get raped tot he point of being able to swallow a watermelon through their backside. What exactly does this have to do with sports other than the perpetrators involved being members of? This could be argued that its a criminal matter and doesn't involve athletics at all.
Tricky situation. I feel the school absolutely needs punished. If you sacrifice the innocence of children on the alter of football then you don't deserve football. I would not have fined them. I would've given them the death penalty for a decade. Period. Then I would've rounded up every swinging dick involved in the cover up and sent them to federal pound me up the ass penitentiary.
This kind of crap needs to be cut out ruthlessly and cauterized. People need to be fearful of cover ups because if they are not then they will perpetuate them again and again then how effective was your measures? They aren't.
This post was edited by Gobucks187TTUN on 3/2/2013 at 6:05 PM
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