Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County--- Attorney Tom Kline says the NCAA sanctions were designed to send a clear message to universities around the nation that outrageous behavior seen at Penn State will not be tolerated in the future. Kline, who represents Sandusly victim number five, said, "I did not expect the NCAA sanctions to address the victims in anyway or even create any kind of fund to help them..that will be a fight for another day." Kline added, "The NCAA sanctions will not impact whatsoever what will happen in court as far as civil lawsuits are concerned." The NCAA came down hard on the once proud and pristine Penn State University football program that was run for a half century by Joe Paterno. Kline added, "My client realizes this is a process and that this NCAA sanction announcement is just a step in a much longer process that will one day end in court." The NCAA levied heavy penalties against PSU including $60 million dollar fine..a reduction of grants-in-aid..the vacation of wins from 1998 to 2011 and a four year post season ban for the Nittany Lions.