HARRISBURG -- After having 14 years of victories wiped out, Penn State will likely have its bowl game championship trophies taken away, too.
The NCAA expects Penn State to return the trophies its won to the agencies or organizations which administer those bowls, a NCAA spokesperson told CBS 21 News Sports Director Jason Bristol.
Last month, the NCAA announced severe sanctions against Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, including vacating 111 of Joe Paterno's wins from 1998-2011.
Penn State won six bowl games during that time: the Outback (1999, 2007), Alamo (1999, 2007), Orange (2006) and Capital One (2010), respectively.
It's unclear when Penn State will return the trophies. The university didn't respond immediately to a request for comment.
The bowl game trophies are displayed in the lobby of the Lasch Football Building, a 89,000-square-foot facility that also contains an auditorium, meeting rooms, locker rooms, and a weight room.
Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant, was convicted in June of abusing 10 boys. The NCAA also punished Penn State with a four-year bowl ban and a $60 million fine.