On Monday, Emmert presided over a press
On Monday, Emmert oakley sunglass cheap presided over a press conference in Indianapolis and revealed sanctions, including a hefty fine, a postseason ban, and loss of scholarships and previous wins. "Football will never again be placed ahead of educating, nurturing and protecting young people," Emmert said during a press conference that lasted approximately 45 minutes. Penn State Punishments: $60 million fine, representing approximately ray ban wayfarer one year of football revenues. These funds will go to child sex abuse awareness programs. 4-year bowl game ban. Scholarship reduction, cap lasting four years. Any entering, returning football student athlete can transfer immediately. Presuming academic requirements are met, these potential transfers can play immediately. PSU vacates all wins from 1998-2011. The loss of 111 career wins drops Joe Paterno from atop the all-time wins list to 12th. PSU begins a five-year probationary period, with oakley sunglasses for sale the NCAA reserving the right to implement further punishments. "For the next several years PSU can focus on rebuilding its athletic culture, not worrying about whether it's going to a bowl game," Emmert said as he explained the rationale for this set of sanctions. Shortly after Emmert concluded his remarks, Penn State Dr. Rodney Erickson issued a statement, addressing the NCAA punishment. The tragedy of child sexual abuse that occurred at our University altered the lives of innocent children. Today, as every day, our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the victims of Mr. Sandusky and all other victims of child abuse. Against this backdrop, Penn State accepts the penalties and corrective actions announced today by the NCAA. With today's announcement and the oakley limited editions action it requires of us, the University takes a significant step forward.