Oh yeah and as an aside. I know that Sandusky was a football coach and committed criminal behavior and that the institution acted to cover up the entire situation. But how does that offer a competitive advantage to the program? I don't think it is right to punish the current football players and coaches for what I consider was a COLOSSAL blunder by the school's administration. There should be huge fines to the institution if anything. Their should definitely be civil litigation (if not criminal) to the institution for their attempts to prevent police and civil authorities from finding out about this situation. But penalizing the football program itself simply seems like a pound of flesh for the public as well. I'm sure the Board of Trustees are quite pleased that the public's wrath is directed at the football program rather than the academic portions of the institution.