Corman is the state legislator that sued the ncaa to keep the $60M fine in the state of PA. The ncaa fought this tooth and nail until a judge basically agreed with Corman.
Once the suit was given standing, the scope was enhanced to include the “consent decree” - it’s origin and it’s legalities.
The ncaa (yesterday) admitted that they had given up that fight, and PA could keep the money in state. Corman countered with “not so fast” - what about this consent decree?
This is a settlement of sorts. Mitchell is irrelevant (the Maytag repairman is busier than someone looking for problems within the PSU athletic department). He was just another part of the theater.
As to the administration? They WROTE the consent decree. They VOLUNTEERED for these sanctions. For proof of that to come out, alumni would be even more disgusted with their post 10-9-11 actions than they already are.
Corman countered with not so fast - what about this consent decree?
...I take it you missed the part where Corman admits this action preepts a broader court hearing against the sanctions themselves...he’s chagrined, but he knows he has no position to present it in court...
Mitchell is irrelevant
...actually, Corman is now irrelevant as well...
As to the administration? They WROTE the consent decree. They VOLUNTEERED for these sanctions.
...are you seriously suggesting that the alumni were not aware that PSU volunteered for these sanctions...? and furthermore, are you suggesting that if PSU had not volunteered and thus received the death penalty, the alumni would be much more pleased with that...?
...and finally, why should alumni pleasure even enter into this discussion...?