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Published July 24, 2012
MORE AFTERSHOCKS: NCAA General Counsel & VP/Legal Affairs Donald Remy yesterday confirmed that the organization has rescinded the Gerald R. Ford Award given to late football coach Joe Paterno at its convention last year. The award is named in recognition of President Gerald Ford and “honors an individual who has provided significant leadership as an advocate for college athletics throughout their career” (CENTREDAILY.com, 7/23).