Should the NCAA suspend the football program at Penn State?
The NCAA must decide how or whether to respond to the scandal involving sexual abuse of children by a former assistant coach in Penn State's football program. An independent investigation found wide-ranging failures reaching to the top levels of the school's administration. One possible response would be the so-called death penalty, or the temporary shutdown of football at the school. Today's Question: Should the NCAA suspend the football program at Penn State?
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