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Penn State Coach Gadowsky Releases Statement

CHN Staff Report

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Penn State coach Guy Gadowsky released a statement today, following yesterday's announcement by the NCAA of heavy sanctions imposed on the school's football program. Gadowsky said:

“As you know, yesterday the NCAA imposed unprecedented sanctions on Penn State for failures that occurred in the past. I am motivated by the professionalism and positive nature in which Football coach Bill O'Brien is dealing with the recent NCAA ruling. Penn State Hockey stands behind Coach O'Brien, our great University and the best student body in the nation. We are excited to move forward together to build a better Penn State.

"One of the greatest things I have learned here is that the Penn State student body is unrivaled by any. I can't wait to see how they rally around the athletic department and show the nation what we are all about.

"I greatly appreciate the numerous notes of encouragement that I have received from our alumni and supporters. After speaking with (hockey program benefactor) Mr. (Terry) Pegula, I can assure you that he — with me and our entire staff — is totally committed to building our varsity hockey program and supporting our student-athletes as we prepare to compete in Division I and the Big Ten."

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