NCAA Asks Federal Court to Dismiss Corbett's Penn State Suit

, The Legal Intelligencer


Governor Tom Corbett exceeded his reach when he sued the NCAA in an effort to stop the organization from enforcing sanctions against the Penn State football program that the school agreed to in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, the NCAA argued in a motion to dismiss filed last week.

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  • mat7r

    Also heard in the news Gov. Corbett and Penn State plan to rename the Susquehanna River through Harrisburg as the "Nial" to tie in with Pennsylvania Tourism slogan - \
    "STATE OF DE-NIAL" Death Penalty for PSU!

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