Now that the season is over it is time to call for an accounting of millions of dollars Penn State is unjustly forced to pay.
First, we need a complete accounting of who is getting the $60 million the NCAA fined Penn State and how it is being used by the recipients.
Next, the Big Ten jumped on the NCAA bandwagon and will deny Penn State any postseason revenue for four years.
Exactly how is that money being used? Extra money for the Big Ten, distributed to the other members of the conference, or going to charity?
Lastly, the sanctions placed on Ohio State have kept them out of postseason play for the past two years.
Were they denied revenue during this time? If so, who received that money? If they were not denied postseason revenue, why not?
In the interests of transparency, we deserve answers. If it is coming from the board of trustees, the NCAA or Big Ten, it is time for the media to do their job and ask the tough questions.
Robert Segal, Boalsburg