Possible NCAA sanctions could threaten local businesses near Penn State
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- More people are beginning to feel the impact of the effects of the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State.
The school football program may face sanctions that could range from limited home games to none at all.
And now businesses around the campus have economic concerns. They feel those sanctions could destroy their local business.
That revenue earned during football weekends translates into nearly $55 million each year.
During the football season, the town of State College becomes the third largest town in Pennsylvania.