Found November 12, 2011 on
Chicago Breaking Sports:
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- When they talk about first families of Penn State football, it begins with the Paternos. Next comes the Suheys.
BEST OF MAXIM
There has been chatter about former Penn State linebacker Dan Connor and a 2005 incident where he was suspended three games for what were considered vulgar prank phone calls over a couple months to a former PSU assistant coach. Initial reports said the former assistant did not want his name used, but reporters eventually found out his initials were J.S. Of course us conspiracy theorists...
Penn State's new President Rodney Erickson claims he's appointing an "Ethics Officer" to oversee campus officials in a renewed effort to make sure his people don't pull a Paterno. It's unclear exactly what the new Ethics Officer's duties entail -- but…
Guns and Moonshiners -- YouTube user 'bamassippi' posted CNN video titled Creepy Penn State riot documentarian on Wednesday with the following description:
Long leather jacket? Check.
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The Huskers beat the Nittany Lions 17-14 in a Big Ten game, but that didn't matter. After a week of scandal, it was the first time the healing process could start, writes Andy Staples.
The Penn State football coach who told a grand jury that he saw
another coach molest a child failed to meet "a moral obligation" to
intervene, Pennsylvaniaâs governor said Sunday,
adding that he expects more victims to come forward.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Capping the worst week in school history, No. 12 Penn State couldn't overcome a 17-point deficit and was stopped short on a fourth-and-1 late in a 17-14 loss Saturday to No. 19 Nebraska.
The outcome was secondary in Happy Valley.
A tumultuous chapter that began with the arrest of former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky on shocking child sexual...
The Penn State football coach who told a grand jury that he saw another coach molest a child failed to meet "a moral obligation" to intervene, Pennsylvania's governor said Sunday, adding that he expects more victims to come forward.
Well, it appears someone’s focusing their anger toward former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Maybe. Local police say that a vandal may have smashed a ground-floor window of Sandusky’s home. The Associated Press reports that the incident happened Thursday night, although no other details were given other than no one was home. A white…