Penn State University says it will make its first payment later this month on the $60 million fine issued by the National Collegiate Athletic Association over the sex abuse scandal involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

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    Covey countered that is not the case as the act could apply to any of the 32 other state state-supported or state-affiliated institutions of higher education if they ever enter any similar agreements that require a payment of at least $10 million.
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    The cap on the total number of scholarship players during that four-year period was set at 65 — the FBS maximum is 85 — which down the road will prove to be the most damaging of punitive measures that included a $60 million fine and four-year bowl ban.
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