Penn State trustees slated to talk about sanctions
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- NCAA sanctions and the search for a new university president are among topics to be discussed when Penn State trustees meet this weekend as part of an on-campus retreat.
The trustees office said on its website that public meetings would be held Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.
A copy of the agenda obtained this week by The Associated Press showed topics including the NCAA sanctions to be discussed Sunday. The Centre Daily Times last week also obtained an earlier version of the agenda.
The landmark NCAA penalties for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse included a four-year bowl ban and a $60 million fine.
Rodney Erickson took over as president after Graham Spanier left under pressure. Erickson has said he's not coming back after his contract expires in 2014.