NCAA May Restore Joe Paterno's Vacated Wins
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports NCAA officials are considering restoring the 111 wins it vacated from Joe Paterno for the Jerry Sandusky scandal.By Matt Moreno | January 13, 2015
They were some of the largest penalties ever imposed on a college football program. Now, the NCAA is reportedly considering scaling them back even more.
A report in The Philadelphia Inquirer says the NCAA is considering rolling back or revising penalties imposed on Penn State University. Among the changes being considered — restoring 111 vacated wins to Joe Paterno.
The once winningest coach in college football history was stripped of about a fourth of his wins from a 14-year span of his career in 2012.