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  • Just punishment for Penn State - 07/15/2012

    The substance and tenor of sports radio is sounding like crime and punishment once again. Just short of one year ago, the air waves that ordinarily provide a forum for discussing wins and losses featured instead speculation about whether the NCAA should invoke the “death penalty” against the University of Miami football program surrounding allegations of under-the-table payments to amateur athletes. And now that same “death penalty” debate has resurface in relation to much more serious transgressions involving a Penn State cover-up of its former assistant football coach’s reprehensible sexual abuse of children.

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