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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. Randy Moss Jersey . - The NCAA agreed Friday to restore 112 football wins it had stripped from Penn State and Joe Paterno in the Jerry Sandusky child-molestation scandal and to reinstate the venerated late coach as the winningest in major college football history.The agreement, swiftly approved by the boards of the NCAA and the university after intermittent talks heated up this week, lifts the last of the sanctions imposed in 2012 and wipes away the black marks that had tainted one of the nations most celebrated college athletics programs.After more than two years of criticism that the NCAA had overstepped its authority, officials with college sports governing body did not back down. Instead, they said they were focused on ending litigation that had held up distribution of the universitys $60 million fine to fund child abuse-prevention programs.Before the deal, the NCAA had agreed last year to eliminate some of the sanctions, including reinstating Penn States full complement of scholarships and letting the team participate in post-season play.Fridays agreement threw out the rest of the sanctions, including eliminating a five-year probation period and scholarship and transfer rules, and restoring the wins that had been wiped out. It also bowed to Pennsylvania officials desire to see the $60 million fine spent in Pennsylvania, not spread to abuse-prevention programs around the nation.The pact emerged just days after a federal judge declined to rule on the constitutionality of the sanctions and weeks before a Pennsylvania court was to hold a trial on the legality of the penalties.Hopefully, today well begin to make right the damage that has been done, said Pennsylvania Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, who had sued the NCAA with state Treasurer Rob McCord. Today is a victory for due process, which was unafforded in this case. Today is a victory for the people of Pennsylvania. Today is a victory for Penn State nation. The NCAA has surrendered.The unprecedented scope of the sanctions had drawn intense criticism from Penn State alumni and fans who defended Paterno as innocent in the scandal and called the schools athletics program a national model. They accused the NCAA of rushing to judgment to assert its dominance, ultimately punishing people who had nothing to do with Sandusky.The family of Paterno, who died as the scandal was unfolding, hailed the agreement, while lawyers for Sanduskys victims worried that the NCAAs retreat sent the wrong message. In State College, home to Penn States sprawling main campus nicknamed Happy Valley, the news was welcome.Hundreds of students celebrated Friday night with a subdued rally outside the universitys administration building, followed by a march to the nearby Beaver Canyon apartment area. As many as 500 people joined the march.Someone projected a huge photo of Paterno onto the side of an apartment building. Others chanted, We are Penn State!In the agreement, Penn State acknowledged that the NCAA had acted in good faith in the Sandusky matter, and university President Eric Barron said he believed the agency had a legitimate concern about institutional control.NCAA officials said Friday that their motivation in the deal was to start funding abuse-prevention programs with the fine.The victors are those of us who were advocating for the children, said Harris Pastides, an NCAA board member and president of the University of South Carolina.They did not back off their right to take such action.The board felt they had to quickly and decisively put forward a set of sanctions. I hope we never have to do this again, said Kirk Schulz, an NCAA board member and Kansas States president.The penalties sprung from the scandal that erupted when Sandusky, a retired assistant coach, was accused of sexually abusing boys, some of them on campus.Penn States then-President, Rodney Erickson, agreed to the sanctions in 2012, in the weeks after Sandusky was convicted. Just days earlier, former FBI Director Louis Freeh released a scathing report commissioned by Penn States trustees, and the school removed an iconic bronze statue of Paterno from the schools Beaver Stadium.Freehs report accused Paterno and other top Penn State officials of burying child sex-abuse allegations against Sandusky to avoid bad publicity. The report portrayed the Hall of Fame coach as more deeply involved in the scandal than previously thought.The alleged coverup by Paterno, then-university President Graham Spanier and two other Penn State administrators allowed Sandusky to prey on other boys for years, it said.Paterno was never charged with a crime, although Spanier and the two other former administrators continue to fight charges in court.Paternos family called Fridays announcement a great victory for everyone who has fought for the truth in the Sandusky tragedy.This case should always have been about the pursuit of the truth, not the unjust vilification of the culture of a great institution and the scapegoating of coaches, players and administrators who were never given a chance to defend themselves, they said.Michael Boni, a lawyer for one of the victims who testified at Sanduskys trial, said he supported the restoration of Penn States scholarships and bowl eligibility last fall, but does not believe Paternos victories should be reinstated because they were tarnished by Sandusky.He also said he sensed a shift in Penn States attitude after the criminal case against Sandusky wrapped up and it concluded civil settlements with victims.There was a movement away from what I thought was a genuine mea culpa on the part of Penn State, having accepted the NCAA sanctions, and one toward, Why did we cave so easily? That was disappointing, Boni said.The sanctions eliminated all wins from 1998, when police investigated a mothers complaint that Sandusky had showered with her son, through 2011, Paternos final season as head coach after six decades with the team and the year Sandusky was charged.The restored wins include 111 under Paterno and the final victory of 2011, after trustees fired Paterno in the wake of the charges against Sandusky and the team was coached by Tom Bradley. That returns Paternos record to 409-136-3. He died of lung cancer at 85 shortly after the season ended.Sandusky was convicted of 45 counts and is now serving a 30- to 60-year prison sentence.___Levy reported from Harrisburg. Associated Press writers Michael Rubinkam in northeastern Pennsylvania, Jim Carlson in State College and Ralph D. Russo in Oxon Hill, Maryland, contributed to this report. Custom Minnesota Vikings Jerseys . PAUL, Minn. Jalyn Holmes Jersey . Every. Single. Game. Thats 1,230 in total to cover the regular season. The man is Corey Sznajder, a soft-spoken 23-year-old Salisbury University grad who lives in Annapolis, Maryland and has been charting zone entries and zone exits throughout the NHL. I love big projects, he said. No kidding. At the 2013 Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, I met Eric Tulsky, who presented research on the value of controlled zone entries (short answer: about twice as valuable to enter with control of the puck rather than dumping it in) and Sznajder had charted a couple hundred games that were included in that study. http://www.officialauthenticvikingsshop.com/authentic-sheldon-richardson-jersey.html . This has become the Raptors mantra as they embark on a new era with a new regime and, in the not-so-distant future, a new image.ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Hawks didnt talk about ending their nine-game losing streak against Miami. The Hawks only wanted to make up for the last loss in the streak -- an overtime defeat in Miami last month. Paul Millsap scored 26 points and the Hawks overcame LeBron James 30 to beat the Heat 121-114 on Monday night, leaving Miami to bemoan its defensive woes. "To us, this was a get-back game," said Atlantas Lou Williams, who had 12 points. "We felt we should have won the last one in Miami that we lost in overtime." James blamed poor defence for Miamis fourth loss in its last six games. "We scored enough points to win, so obviously it was defence," James said. "Especially in the first half." The Hawks led 71-70 at halftime. DeMarre Carroll finished with 19 points and Pero Antic had 17 for the Hawks, who beat Miami for the first time since Jan 2, 2012. It was Atlantas first home win over the Heat since Nov. 18, 2009. The Hawks have been rebuilt under second-year general manager Danny Ferry and first-year coach Mike Budenholzer. Most Atlanta players said they had no idea the Hawks had gone so long without beating the Heat. "I never even knew that," Millsap said, adding the Hawks were more motivated by Miamis back-to-back NBA championships. "Anytime you play Miami or any great team, you want to step up and play your best," Millsap said. "I think thats what we did today." Chris Bosh had 21 points for Miami, which was without Dwyane Wade for the second straight game. The Hawks set a season high for points in a half and points allowed by a Miami opponent in a half. The Heat trailed despite matching their season high for points in a half. It was only the second time in Miamis franchise history both teams had at least 70 points in a half. "I cant just pinpoint what it is," James said of the defensive woes. "Its a little bit of everything. At some point weve got to figure it out. Its just not good basketball right now." Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said the defensive problems were "all across the board, A through Z." "There just wasnt a lot of pride on that side of the court tonight," Spoelstra said. "We tried to win it on a shootout and then when our offence came up dry on the roaad toward the end, a couple missed shots and turnovers, we werent able to secure a win. Jalyn Holmes Vikings Jersey. " The Hawks led 57-45 late in the first half and kept a 97-92 advantage entering the final period. Even so, Miami appeared bound for its eighth comeback from double-digit deficits of the season. With a large portion of the Atlanta crowd chanting "Lets go, Heat!" James sank a 3-pointer with 7:06 remaining for a 104-all tie. James made another jumper on Miamis next possession to give the Heat the lead. Carrolls 3-pointer for Atlanta tied it at 107. Miami took its last lead when Mario Chalmers, who had 17 points, made one of two free throws. The Hawks regrouped to lead 112-108 following two free throws by Millsap. The Hawks led 116-111 when a missed layup by Atlantas Shelvin Mack set up James three-point play to cut the lead to two points. Kyle Korver, who had 12 points, answered with a 3-pointer. James had a turnover on a bad pass and a missed 3-pointer on Miamis next two possessions. Wade, who missed his second straight game, said before the game there is "still a little soreness" in his knees. Some players on each team wore purple shoes on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Kings hometown. Both teams and the officials wore "Dream Big" logos on their warm-up shirts. Kings daughter, Bernice King, delivered a brief message before the game. Korver hit a 3-pointer to open the second period, extending to 109 his NBA record of consecutive games with a 3. James was slow to return to his feet after he was hit in the back of his head by Korver, who was trying to block a shot with 3:18 remaining in the first half. Korver was called for a flagrant foul, but the call was overturned following a review. 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