US college sport authorities have fined Pennsylvania State University $60 million in the wake of child sex abuse perpetrated by a long-serving football coach.
The university - a famous US football school - will be banned from competing for honours for four years, and lose all wins from 1998-2011.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association said the punishments were "corrective and punitive".
Assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was found guilty of 45 counts of sex abuse.
He abused 10 boys over a period of 15 years, a court found, preying on boys he met through a charity, Second Mile that he founded himself.