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A question for the lawyers


I saw this quote on PennLive
"NCAA attorney Everett "Kip" Johnson had argued earlier that if the sanctions are reversed, the association would be within its rights to open a new investigation into the Sandusky scandal, essentially prolonging Penn State's agony."

I had never heard this was a possibility during the lead up to this lawsuit. Could the NCAA, if they are miffed enough if they lose, ACTUALLY open up an investigation into Penn State's handling of the Sandusky affair? And if they find something not related to Sandusky, could they then punish Penn State for any other offenses?
I would not put it past the NCAA to be so petty....

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