Penn State to Answer NCAA

    A Penn State University student walks across campus in front of Old Main on main campus in State College, Pa., Thursday, July 12, 2012. Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno and other senior Penn State officials "concealed critical facts" about Jerry Sandusky's child abuse because they were worried about bad publicity, according to an internal investigation into the scandal released Thursday. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

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    Jerry Sandusky may not be the only one found guilty. Penn State University says it will provide the information the NCAA is demanding within days—which could lead to a shutdown of the school’s beloved football program if the university is found at fault. The Department of Education is also investigating Penn State with a probe into whether the university violated federal campus-safety law. Officials are looking into whether the university’s response to Sandusky ignored the Clery Act, which requires schools to provide public-safety alerts and annual disclosure of crime stats. Federal officials are declining to comment on the scope of the investigation, which spans 13 years.

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