Friday, July 13, 2012

Morning Links for July 13th

Good morning! Here are some morning links for you. I'm going over 10 links today due to the enormity of commentary on the Freeh report. I've also included my piece on why Penn State needs the Death Penalty.

1) The Freeh Report completely nailed the Penn State administration and athletic department yesterday.

2) Gene Wojciechowski wrote a great piece talking about how Paterno empowered a predator.

3) Dennis Dodd says that it's time for king football to be held responsible and have its influence scaled back.

4) Gregg Doyel wants Penn State and the Paterno family to say they're sorry, that's all.

5) Bobby Bowden thinks that Penn State should take down the Joe Paterno statue.

6) Former Penn State linebacker LaVar Arrington says, "I didn't know the man I thought I knew."

7) Dan Wetzel writes that Paterno has left a new legacy of a liar and conspirator.

8) Mark Schlabach ponders if the NCAA will punish Penn State for their lack of institutional control.

9) Stewart Mandel calls Penn State a vile program and this instance is a lesson for blindly loyal fans.

10) Michael McCann looks at the legal implications of the Freeh Report.

11) Jason Whitlock believes that sexism played a hidden role in the Sandusky case.

12) Jen Floyd Engel feels that the NCAA needs to throw the book at Penn State.

13) Nike changed the name of their children's care center from the Joe Paterno Child Develoopment Center to a name to be determined later.

Now on to college football stuff that doesn't have to do with the Freeh Report.

1) The number one linebacker in the nation Reuben Foster decommited from Alabama and switched to rival Auburn.

2) Fox Sports continues their preseason countdown with #22 Nebraska and Mike Huguenin continues his with #36 Auburn.

3) Nick Saban's daughter was named as a defendant in a civil lawsuit stemming from a drunken sorority fight.

4) Philip Sims was granted a waiver allowing him to play right away at Virginia this year.

5) Fox announced their college football television schedule for the 2012-2013 year.

6) The Preseason All-SEC team was released with Alabama and LSU leading the way with 11 players each.

7) The Outland Trophy Preseason watch list was announced and Barrett Jones is trying to become the second repeat winner.

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