Up to the school. SMU could have played all road games its 2nd year but decided to cancel the rest of the season. If Penn State values maximizing its revenue in the aftermath of this scandal and wants to punish its other sports by not having substitute funding for the football program subsidizing other sports, then take those problems to the university yourself. My main issue is to take away the financial gain Penn State gained from this scandal, which is the root of this problem. And to serve as a deterrent for other universities not to cover up these scandals when they are first notified of them.