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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Penn State trustees release statement - Espn top 100 Basketball Recruits - NBA Deal?

Penn State trustees release statement
The Board of Trustees of The Pennsylvania State University is outraged by the horrifying details contained in the Grand Jury Report. As parents, alumni and members of the Penn State Community, our hearts go out to all of those impacted by these terrible events, especially the tragedies involving children and their families. We cannot begin to express the combination of sorrow and anger that we feel about the allegations surrounding Jerry Sandusky. We hear those of you who feel betrayed and we want to assure all of you that the Board will take swift, decisive action.
At its regular meeting on Friday, November 11, 2011, the Board will appoint a Special Committee, members of which are currently being identified, to undertake a full and complete investigation of the circumstances that gave rise to the Grand Jury Report. This Special Committee will be commissioned to determine what failures occurred, who is responsible and what measures are necessary to insure that this never happens at our University again and that those responsible are held fully accountable. The Special Committee will have whatever resources are necessary to thoroughly fulfill its charge, including independent counsel and investigative teams, and there will be no restrictions placed on its scope or activities. Upon the completion of this investigation, a complete report will be presented at a future public session of the Board of Trustees.
Penn State has always strived for honesty, integrity and the highest moral standards in all of its programs. We will not tolerate any violation of these principles. We educate over 95,000 students every year and we take this responsibility very seriously. We are dedicated to protecting those who are placed in our care. We promise you that we are committed to restoring public trust in the University.


1 Shabazz Muhammad
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SF Las Vegas, NV
Bishop Gorman High School 6'6'' 215 98 List

2 Mitch McGary
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PF Chesterton, IN
Brewster Academy 6'10'' 225 97 Michigan

3 Isaiah Austin
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C Arlington, TX
Grace Preparatory Academy 7'0'' 200 97 Baylor

4 Brandon Ashley
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PF Oakland, CA
Findlay College Prep 6'8'' 215 97 Arizona

5 Kyle Anderson
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SF Fairview, NJ
St. Anthony High School 6'7'' 210 97 UCLA

6 Kaleb Tarczewski
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C Claremont, NH
St. Mark's School 7'0'' 220 97 Arizona

7 Anthony Bennett
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PF Brampton, Ont., CAN
Findlay College Prep 6'8'' 230 97 List

8 Cameron Ridley
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C Fort Bend, TX
Bush High School 6'10'' 230 97 Texas

9 Grant Jerrett
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PF La Verne, CA
La Verne Lutheran High School 6'10'' 220 97 Arizona

10 Gary Harris
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SG Indianapolis, IN
Hamilton Southeastern High School 6'4'' 195 97 List

11 Marcus Smart
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SG Flower Mound, TX
Marcus High School 6'3'' 200 97 Oklahoma State

12 Rasheed Sulaimon
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SG Houston, TX
Strake Jesuit College Prep 6'3'' 175 97 Duke

13 Archie Goodwin
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SG Little Rock, AR
Sylvan Hills High School 6'5'' 181 97 Kentucky

14 DaJuan Coleman
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C Dewitt, NY
Jamesville-DeWitt High School 6'10'' 280 97 Syracuse

15 Danuel House
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SF Sugar Land, TX
Hightower High School 6'6'' 185 97 Houston

16 Rodney Purvis
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SG Raleigh, NC
Upper Room Christian Academy 6'4'' 185 97 North Carolina State

17 Alex Poythress
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SF Clarksville, TN
Northeast High School 6'7'' 215 97 List

18 Jarnell Stokes
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PF Memphis, TN
Southwind High School 6'8'' 250 97 List

19 Shaq Goodwin
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PF Decatur, GA
Southwest Dekalb High School 6'8'' 245 97 Memphis

20 Devonta Pollard
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SF De Kalb, MS
Kemper County High School 6'7'' 200 97 List

NBA Deal by the End of the Week|

Perhaps it can all come to an end, the PR sniping, the talk of BRI, the hard-liners vs. doves, and players playing "All-Star Classics." My gut feeling: We will have a settlement of the NBA lockout within 36 hours. Why? Because, folks, they are 99 percent of the way there. (You don't pile all of the kids into the station wagon, tell them you are driving to DisneyWorld and then stop in the outskirts of Orlando and say you are turning around.) The owners are at 50 percent on the revenue split. The players are at 51 -- or "fifty plus one" as they put it when talks broke off Saturday night, with that extra 1 percent representing $40 million that would be earmarked for improved pensions for both current and retired players.

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