Penn State has been severely punished for what went on during Jerry Sandusky’s time on campus. They’ve had games vacated, they’ve been put on probation, they’ve been deemed ineligible for the Big Ten title, and they’ve lost players.
But it seems that the NCAA isn’t quite done with Penn State just yet. According to CBS21 in Harrisburg, the NCAA also wants the school to return their six bowl game trophies it won from the Outback Bowl (1999, 2007), Alamo Bowl (1999, 2007), Orange Bowl (2006) and Capital One Bowl (2010).
At this point, it’s unclear when and if the school will return the trophies.
According to Onward State, the trophies were removed from their case in the Lasch Building lobby, but it unknown where the trophies are at the moment.