Pennsylvania Rep. Unhappy with the Guidelines for PSU's NCAA Fines

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Pennsylvania Rep. Unhappy with the Guidelines for PSU's NCAA Fines
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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — A Pennsylvania congressman voiced displeasure Thursday with how the NCAA president responded to a request from the state's U.S. House delegation that all of the $60 million in Penn State fines in the Sandusky child molestation scandal be distributed to causes within the state. Republican Rep. Charlie Dent said in a statement that Mark Emmert's response was "unacceptable and unsatisfactory."

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