Found November 10, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky could face criminal charges in San Antonio for sexually abusing a young boy while the two were in Texas for the Alamo Bowl. The grand jury’s investigation of Sandusky says one of the alleged victims was listed as a family member of Jerry Sandusky when the team traveled to [...]
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Dick Vitale isn’t taking the Joe Paterno news very well. Look at the bags under his eyes as he opens his morning paper at the Broken Egg on Siesta Key. He’s upset, has been lashing out at Paterno and Jerry Sandusky on Twitter and wants answers. He’s even going off on Mike McQueary. The guy just tries to get some breakfast and sign some autographs and has to deal with this...
Hundreds of Penn State students have taken to the streets to chant their support for ousted football coach Joe Paterno.
The students flooded downtown State College on Wednesday night after Paterno and university President Graham Spanier were fired amid a growing furor linked to their handling of sex abuse allegations against a former assistant football coach.
The students gathered...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The NCAA says watching developments in the Penn State case but will defer to criminal investigators for now.
David Baran, a Penn State graduate, is so disgusted with his alma mater that he staged a rally on Tuesday on the steps of Old Main to protest the Jerry Sandusky scandal and to showcase his distaste about the way Penn State handled the sex abuse charges. Baran pulled out his diploma, then a lighter, and set his degree ablaze for everyone to see. The one problem, only 10 supporters...
Penn State suffered its first decommitment since the firing of Joe Paterno when ESPNU 150 offensive tackle Joey O'Connor of Windsor, Colo., backed away from his pledge Thursday evening.
With the massive tidal wave that is the Jerry Sandusky child sex criminal investigation, the rumors that Joe Paterno was to soon be out are true. Paterno will retire at the end of the season, his 46th. Never would one have imagined that Paterno would go out like this--his reputation sullied as many believe he didn't do enough to bring the charges leveled against his former...
A person familiar with the decision says Penn State football coach Joe Paterno has decided to retire at the end of the season. The person says Paterno will announce his retirement later Wednesday.
For the first time in more than four decades, the Nittany Lions are headed into battle without Joe Paterno leading them.