Found November 07, 2011 on
Penn State is under the microscope for a scandal beyond the game, and now one of this generation's most iconic coaches must answer.
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Former Penn State Nittany Lion Matt Millen couldn't keep his emotions in check on Tuesday morning while the analyst appeared on ESPN to discuss the scandal at his alma mater. "It's pretty disturbing... It makes you sick," Millen said, among other things, to anchor Chris McKendry. To see Millen break down, watch below.
If you cannot recruit, you cannot win. And Joe Paterno will never be able to recruit again.
Lexi Belculfine is The Daily Collegian's editor-in-chief. Belculfine appeared on CNN today to discuss the State Penn's ongoing sex scandal. Handled herself quite well. Until that last question. h/t...
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According to the New York Times, Joe Paterno's 46 year tenure at Penn State will be coming to a humiliating and dramatic ending. Pete Thamel and Mark Viera reported..
The board of trustees has yet to determine the precise timing of Paterno’s exit, but it is clear that the man who has more victories than any other coach at college football’s top level and who made Penn State...
The New York Times reports: Penn State is planning to remove Joe Paterno as football coach, possibly within days or weeks but no later than the end of the season, according to two people briefed on conversations among top university officials.
The Times's Happy Valley duo just dropped this report: "Joe Paterno's tenure as coach of the Penn State football team will soon be over, perhaps within days or weeks, in the wake of a sex-abuse scandal that has implicated university officials, according to two people briefed on conversations among the university's top officials." More on...
Penn State's president abruptly canceled Joe Paterno's weekly news conference Tuesday amid increasing calls for both men to resign in the wake of a former assistant coach's sex-abuse scandal and as another potential victim came forward.
There have been many missteps since the Sandusky allegations started at Penn State, some by Joe Paterno. Gregg Doyel says not allowing Paterno to address the issue, or at least hear questions, was dead wrong.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State athletic director Tim Curley and school administrator Gary Schultz have stepped down amid allegations of an explosive child-sex abuse scandal and cover-up in Happy Valley.