While the Nittany Lions will play this upcoming season and won't be held off television, they did incur heavy penalties for looking the other way during defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky's child sex abuse scandal.
That's 112 wins, enough to knock the late Joe Paterno from No. 1 winningest coach all the way down to No. 12 on the list.
But sports fans appear to be split down the middle. Some folks think the punishment didn't fit the crime, and that Paterno deserved better, having built the football program practically from scratch.
Others feel Paterno looked the other way, showing he valued his dearly beloved football program over human life. So I pose this question to you...