DiNardo: PSU Plans To Play In Bowl Game

(WSCR) Lost in the child sex abuse scandal that continues to engulf Penn State is the football teams current 8-2 record.

The Nittany Lions are bowl-eligible, but whether or not the team will accept a bowl bid remains to be seen.

“I think the debate is going to go on until it actually happens,” Gerry DiNardo of the Big Ten Network  told The Mully and Hanley Show on Thursday. “I think the only argument that appears to be in favor is that the players have nothing to do with it and they deserve it. I think as days go on and as more things unfold — when you turn on Anderson Cooper and they’re talking about Penn State football, this has gone to a different level. I think they may rethink it. I’m not sure what their decision is, but I would say that right now (they will play).

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  • The nudnik

    The players should not be punished. Let Penn State play. However, Penn State, the Big Ten, and the other schools in the conference should not derive any benefit. Any bonuses which anyone on staff would otherwise receive for going to a bowl game should not be paid either. Anything received net of out of pocket expenses to bring the team back and forth should be contributed to appropriate organizations.

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