Penn State Football Severance Payouts Announced


Acting Athletic Director David Joyner said Friday the status of the assistant coaches who aren’t coming back from former coach Joe Paterno‘s staff hasn’t been finalized. Some may choose to retire, others could seek different jobs at Penn State or move on.
Joyner spoke after Penn State’s board of trustees met Friday. He told trustees the severance payout will contribute to a projected net budget loss of $5 million for the upcoming year.
Joyner said the severance figure does not include Paterno, who was ousted in November in the aftermath of child sex abuse charges against retired defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
AP story.
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