Tuesday, July 24, 2012 | Categories: Features
Penn State Football has received its punishment for the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal. And it doesn't just affect the team's future -- it also affects its past.
The program has had all of its wins between 1998 and the end of last season over-turned. On top of that, the Nittany Lions will have fewer scholarships to award; they must pay a $60 million fine; and the team won't be allowed to compete in post-season play "bowl" games for four years.
Pablo Torre covers college football for "Sports Illustrated". He spoke to us from New York.