Penn State leaders move to meet NCAA obligation
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (MCT) — Penn State has fulfilled one of the obligations of the NCAA’s consent decree — an athletics integrity agreement with that organization and the Big Ten.
The agreement, posted on its www.progress.psu.edu website Wednesday, makes provisions for adopting recommendations relevant to the athletic department in the Freeh report as well as appointing an athletics integrity officer and an athletics integrity council. Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell was appointed to oversee this process as an independent monitor. “Penn State is a world-class institution that prides itself on excellence in academics and athletics,” said university President Rodney Erickson in a statement on the site. “We pledge to work with Sen. Mitchell to meet the terms of the agreement and emerge from this process as a model for compliance.”
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