STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — The NCAA says that it will decide on whether to take action at the “appropriate time” in connection with its inquiry into Penn State and the child sexual abuse scandal that led to the ouster of Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno.
Findings from Penn State’s internal investigation into the case of ex-defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky are due Thursday. The NCAA says it has already been collecting information from the probe led by former FBI director Louis Freeh.READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: Monday Is Deadline To Opt Out Of Advance Monthly Payments
The NCAA says Penn State will have to formally respond to questions from NCAA President Mark Emmert, even after Freeh unveils his findings.READ MORE: Summer Music Series Kicks Off In Millennium Park Monday
The governing body says it won’t interfere with other ongoing inquiries into the matter, and will determine if additional action is necessary. They offered no specific timeline.MORE NEWS: US Postal Service Hiring For Positions At South Loop Plant
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