The shirts also say that the NCAA over used its authority to punish people not related to the Jerry Sandusky scandal when it sanctioned Penn State.
Three stores in downtown State College sell the shirts and say they're selling well. The shirts are priced at $16 each.
The shirts are being sold at McLanahan's, The Student Bookstore and Rapid Transit Sports. Some say on social media that the shirts are offensive, while others think it's an example of free speech.
The NCAA stands for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The "C" in NCAA is in the shape of a sickle, which is a type of blade. The shirt says that the NCAA stands for the National Communists Athletic Association.
The company that makes the shirts, Smack, is not local and has outlets nationwide.
At McLanahan's on College Avenue, the shirts have been sold for three weeks. Some shoppers say they're staying away from the shirts.
"Basically, because of what it says because even if I agree or not I accept that it happened, as an alumni and parent of a current student I feel we have to take our lumps and move on," said Carol Dresden, a local shopper.
Meantime, other football fans think that the shirts have some truth to them saying that the NCAA harshly penalized the university.