Penn State responds to Gov. Corbett’s lawsuit against NCAA

From CDT staff reportsJanuary 3, 2013 

Penn State issued a response to Gov. Tom Corbett’s announcement Wednesday that he will file a lawsuit in federal court over NCAA sanctions. against Penn State. in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

PSU is not a party to the lawsuit and has not been involved in its preparation or filing.

University officials said:

“The university is committed to full compliance with the (c)onsent (d)ecree, the (a)thletics (i)ntegrity (a)greement and the implementation of the Freeh report recommendations. We look forward to continuing to work with Sen. George Mitchell as the athletic integrity monitor for complete fulfillment of the (a)thletics (i)ntegrity (a)greement. We recognize the important role that intercollegiate athletics provides for our student athletes and the wider university community. Penn State continues to move forward with an unwavering commitment to excellence and integrity in all aspects of our university and continues to be a world-class educational institution of which our students, faculty, staff and alumni can be justifiably proud.”

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