With the NCAA releasing its sanctions on the Penn State Nittany Lions football program Monday, the extent of Joe Paterno's records is now clear. The program was stripped of its wins from the 1998-2011 seasons, taking away 112 victories, 111 of which were coached by Paterno.

The embattled coach, who passed away in January, had 409 career wins, first all-time among Division I coaches, before the punishment. Paterno now has 298 victories next to his name, good for seventh among Division-I coaches and fifth on the Division I-A coaches list.

Included in those 111 vacated victories are six bowl wins, comeback victories against Big Ten rivals and once-celebrated achievements in Paterno's career. Here are some of the notable Penn State victories of the Joe Paterno Era that will no longer count in the record books:

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