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Video: Would death penalty be better for Penn State?

Video: Will Penn State be able to recover from its NCAA penalties? Would the death penalty have been a less severe penalty for the university? The Inquirer's Marc Narducci discusses.

Video: Would death penalty be better for Penn State?

Penn State´s football program got a $60 million fine and was banned from postseason play for four years. (Ed Hille/Staff Photographer)
Penn State's football program got a $60 million fine and was banned from postseason play for four years. (Ed Hille/Staff Photographer)
Death Penalty Preferable for Penn State? Video: Death Penalty Preferable for Penn State?

Video: Will Penn State be able to recover from its NCAA penalties? Would the death penalty have been a less severe penalty for the university? The Inquirer's Marc Narducci discusses.

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