PHOTOS: Penn State reacts to past 36 hours

By Jerry Hinnen | College Football Writer

Starting with the removal of Joe Paterno's statue Sunday morning, it's been a tumultuous 36 hours on the Penn State campus. Here's some of the reaction in photos:

Penn State students watching television in the "HUB" student center react to NCAA president Mark Emmert's announcement of the sanctions. (Getty Images)
PSU student Laura Lovins takes in the news of the sanctions. (Getty Images)
Penn State's players leave the Lasch Building after a team meeting concerning the NCAA sanctions announced Monday. The showers of the Lasch Building were the site of multiple sexual abuse offenses committed by Jerry Sandusky. (Getty Images)
Following the removal of the statue, a man hangs a sign that reads 'Will PSU yield to threats?' over a picture of the recent aerial banner demanding the statue be taken down. (Getty Images)
Susan DelPonte of State College responds to Emmert's announcement. (AP)
Members of the Connecticut Hell's Angels visit the former site of the statue. Not only the statue but the relief of players behind him has been moved inside Beaver Stadium until further notice. (Getty Images)
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