Tell the NCAA to restore Penn State Football's 112 victories!
  • Petitioning Mr. Mark Emmert

This petition will be delivered to:

President, The National Collegiate Athletic Association
Mr. Mark Emmert

Tell the NCAA to restore Penn State Football's 112 victories!

    1. Jeff Christian
    2. Petition by

      Jeff Christian

      Westfield, NJ

The acts of Jerry Sandusky were heinous and indefensible.  And one could argue that some of the NCAA sanctions against Penn State may help the victims of his crimes and ensure that nothing like this ever happens again.

But taking hard-fought victories from the hundreds of dedicated student athletes who committed themselves to the ideal of Success With Honor over a 14 year period serves no one. It simply creates more collateral damage in this horrific case.

Please help me tell the NCAA to do the right thing and return the honor that they've taken from these men.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 7,000 signatures
    2. 661 signatures...and counting!

      Jeff Christian
      Petition Organizer

      Thanks to your efforts, we are nearing 700 signatures after just 48 hours. That's about 1 every 4 minutes.

      Now, suppose each of you was able to get 5 people to sign this weekend. That would bring us to 4,000. And what if all of them brought in 5 more supporters? can do the math.

      Mike Zordich, Mike Mauti and their teammates are committed to the Penn State community. Let's show them that the Nittany Nation is committed to their Honor as well.

      For the Glory,


      Class of 1987

    3. Reached 500 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • James Pawloski ST. LEONARD, MD
      • 20 days ago


    • Kimberlyn Turner YORK, PA
      • 2 months ago

      It is not fair to the former players who played in those winning games.

    • Lee Shultz CHAMBERSBURG, PA
      • 3 months ago

      NCAA is punishing PSU players and fans for something in which they were not involved. This is an injustice!

    • James Miller JACKSONVILLE, FL
      • 3 months ago

      Scandal and win/loss have nothing to do with each other. Paterno was used as a scapegoat.

    • Ronald Long DOUGLASSVILLE, PA
      • 5 months ago

      This had nothing to do with the student athletes. There were no NCAA violations by any students. These penalties were not warranted against the athletes.


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