The Penn State Nittany Lions were spared football's "death penalty" this week and will continue to play ball, despite predictions of a multi-year ban from the game.
School officials and the NCAA announced penalties for the team following the child sex abuse scandal involving former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.
The sanctions include a $60 million fine, a four-year bowl game ban, reduced football scholarships, and the forfeiture of 112 wins.
Randy Singer, an attorney and pastor of Virginia Beach's Trinity Church, shared his thoughts on the sex scandal that destroyed what was once considered a generations-strong football program led by coach Joe Paterno. Many considered the program to be built on integrity and excellence.
Originally posted on Friday, Jul 27.