NCAA Asks Court To Rethink Seeking PSU Input On $60M Fine

Law360, New York (April 22, 2014, 8:28 PM EDT) -- The NCAA on Monday asked a Pennsylvania appeals court to reconsider a recent finding that a consent order leveling $60 million in fines against Pennsylvania State University following the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal requires the school’s input to be considered valid.

In a statement provided Tuesday, the NCAA said it had filed a motion asking the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court to re-examine its 4-1 ruling earlier this month that Penn State should be joined as a party so it can weigh in on the NCAA’s proposed...
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