Calling upon the NCAA to conduct an investigation into how it imposed a consent decree against Penn State, state Sen. Jake Corman, R-Centre, released nearly 5,000 pages of documents uncovered while his suit against the college athletics governing body was being litigated.

The roughly 4,900 pages of documents, which were released Wednesday, include dozens of exhibits outlining press coverage and email exchanges regarding the consent decree, and deposition testimony from 16 officials from the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Penn State and other organizations.

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