The NCAA announced their sanctions against Penn State University yesterday. Although no one has ever asked me, I am a staunch opponent of sanctions impacting a program going forward. In Penn State's case, the $60 million fine and setting aside Coach Paterno's victories for 14 years were fine although I am still choking over the $60 million fine, wow! I do have a problem with impacting scholarships and the post-season ban. I am tired of coaches like John Calapari who get in trouble with the NCAA, in his case a basketball program, and simply move onto another university's basketball program. People like Calapari should be banned from the sport for a period of time. Why do they have to impact a program going forward, especially in Penn State's case? There is a new president, a new athletic director, a new football coach and newly recruited players now at PSU trying to rebuild a football program after a horrific scandal. The NCAA says that their sanctions are far short of the death penalty (shutting down the program for a period of time); wanna bet.