Found September 20, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
The best thing the Penn State community can do in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal is to try to move forward. The cloud created by the mess will loom over State College for quite some time (possibly forever), but unless you’re making an effort to help the victims harping on the past seems senseless.
Naturally, not everyone feels that way. According to the student-run Penn State blog Onward State, the billboard you see above was recently erected at Penn State in support of Joe Paterno. By using a different shading for the words “cover up,” the people responsible for the message couldn’t have been any clearer.
Paterno undoubtedly did a lot of great things during his 61-year run at Penn State, but the things he didn’t do overshadow most — if not all — of it. Dwelling on the past successes of the football program in this type of manner does nothing to help the situation.
BEST OF MAXIM
With Bill O’Brien’s first win under his belt, the next objective is to start his first winning streak at the helm of Penn State football.
That begins when the Nittany Lions (1-2) host the Temple Owls (1-1) at noon on Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Penn State took down Temple 14-10 last season in Philadelphia and haven’t lost to the Owls since 1941. The Nittany Lions hold a commanding...
Penn State got themselves into their current mess by dragging their feet on official reporting, imposing punishment, releasing statements and publicly reacting to the entire Sandusky fiasco. You'd think if they learned anything from this it would be to react quickly and decisively.
Apparently, they haven't learned anything.
Sandusky's abuse has already opened...
NCAA President Mark Emmert says he is happy with the way Penn State University is responding to the sanctions handed down after the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.
Emmert gave a speech on Friday to the Detroit Economic Club.
Afterward he told reporters what while the Penn State football team's 1-2 start gets most of the attention, he's been focused on the off...
That is Temple’s record against Penn State.
October 18, 1941.
That is the last time Temple beat Penn State.
The Philadelphia media tries to make it into a rivalry but does it really qualify as one?
When something is good, we try to tear it down. When something is poor, we try to build it up.
That’s clearly the case with these two programs...
1982 gameday pictorial for Penn State vs Temple.
Penn State had been looking forward to the 1982 season for months. The preceding season, 1981, saw the Nittany Lions push for its first national title, with some media outlets claiming Penn State was the best team in America after the regular season demolition of then-No. 1 Pitt in the Steel City. As the warm breezes of summer were...
Temple is one game away from beginning its long-awaited second journey into the Big East Conference. But there is quite a roadblock in the Owls' way before the league opener vs. South Florida.
The Owls have not defeated the Nittany Lions since a 14-0 victory on Oct. 18, 1941. The teams tied 7-7 in 1950. Ever since, Penn State has won the last 22 games of this lopsided...
Neshaminy High (Langhorne, Pa.) class of 2014 tight end Luke Carrezola visited Penn State over the weekend, and things went well. He spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about his trip, which included a meeting with coach Bill O'Brien and watching the game with Penn State commit Adam Breneman.
With a nationally hyped high school season on the line, 2013 S Kasey Gaines preferred to make his college decision quietly. The Grayson High School (GA) senior committed to Penn State last Thursday...and he's finally ready to make it public.
- Advertising has changed for this Friday’s Raw house show on-campus at Penn. State University following John Cena’s surgery this week. The Bryce Jordan Center website now reads, “Due to John Cena’s injury, The World’s largest Athlete, the seven-foot Big Show will face C.M. Punk for the WWE Championship!”The other top match advertised for the event features Rey Mysterio...
Kasey Gaines committed to the Nittany Lions less than a month after he received an offer from them. FOX Sports NEXT's Kristen Ledlow broke the news.
Seniors Zordich and Mauti stepped up during the most difficult time in Penn State football history. They continue to be at the forefront of things as the 2012 season unfolds.
Souderton (Pa.) High offensive lineman Ricky Young already visited Rutgers and Penn State this season and he has several other trips on tap. He is also hearing from a number of schools, and he spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about his recruitment, his recent trips, and a big decision that could be in front of him.