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Jul
23
NCAA president Mark EmmertJoe Robbins/Getty ImagesNCAA president Mark Emmert announced harsh penalties against Penn State. Were they all fair?
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StateCollege.com's Ben Jones shares a reaction of shock from the Penn State campus to the sanctions handed down by the NCAA. Jones didn't expect it to be this harsh, but he understands the NCAA had to set a precedent. Listen

ESPN College GameDay's Trevor Matich thinks the NCAA went too far with its punishment of Penn State because it is hurting current players and coaches. He agrees with the fine and vacating wins. Listen

LSU coach Les Miles reacts to the penalties handed down to Penn State by the NCAA. He also discusses the speakers he had address his team and how watching the Heat win was something his players enjoyed. Listen

Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples expected the NCAA's penalties to be harsh but says the people hurt most are those who had nothing to do with the scandal. He says elite players would be crazy to attend Penn State. Listen

ESPN College GameDay's Jesse Palmer talks about the factors in play if a student athlete is going to attend Penn State. He also discusses Bill O'Brien as head coach and Joe Paterno's legacy. Listen

Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer says the NCAA made a strong statement with its sanctions against Penn State. Beamer says Logan Thomas is the QB he wants leading his team. Listen

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