The NCAA’s rewrite

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Regarding the May 8 article “NCAA: Paterno Family Lawsuit Rewrites History”: Isn’t this a case of the pot calling the kettle black? The NCAA has tried to rewrite history by voiding 112 wins from Joe Paterno’s tenure as Penn State football coach, which would mean he is no longer recognized as the NCAA’s winningest Division I coach.

In trying to punish Paterno, the NCAA is saying these games never happened, so all those football players never did win those games. For shame! Punishing the student athletes and the football program when the teams had nothing to do with the Jerry Sandusky scandal is ludicrous.

EVELYN DeCESARE
Scott


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