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There was a little bit of serenading going on at the Centre County Correctional Facility, the place better known as one of Jerry Sandusky's homes away from home. The last time he was housed behind bars at the facility in December, Sandusky was harassed by fellow inmates, according to one 22-year-old inmate who recently spoke to The Daily. The 68-year-old Sandusky, who was alone in a special unit reserved for sexual offenders, heard the other inmates singing a famous line from Pink Floyd's "The Wall" when lights went out. "At night, we were singing 'Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone,'"...

Andrew Pitz: Justice for the victims was served

Former Penn State long snapper Andrew Pitz says justice has been served to the victims of former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Pitz, an Iowa native, was asked about his reaction to the verdict that came down Friday night by Hawk Central's Randy Peterson. Andrew Pitz. Photo: PSU Live “Just as when top business executives make poor decisions and it...

Penn State lands blue-chip lineman Dorian Johnson

In the wake of the barage of negative publicity surrounding the Sandusky sex-abuse trial, Penn State got some good news over the weekend. reports that blue-chip Pennsylvania offensive tackle Dorian Johnson has given a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions. By securing the pledge of the top OL in the state, coach Bill O'Brien has continued to defy the odds in buildilng...

Should Penn State suffer NCAA Sanctions because of Jerry Sandusky

While perusing the blog-sphere today I noticed my buddy from TYT was able to make a blog post without insulting a whole University of North Dakota fan base. Bravo… This isn’t really hockey related but it’s a topic that is worth discussing. Just for the record – I hold no ill feeling to the TYT blog's owner. All in good fun... Tim Tolley , Victory Bell Rings --- What...

Leftover thoughts and reactions from Friday's Sandusky verdict

Well, Penn State, it's back to the future for us. Here are a few thoughts following Friday night’s verdict. Friday night represented a major step both forward and backward for a fan and alumni base weary of being piled on. The anger, disappointment, and confusion suddenly feels like it never disappeared as spring came and went and we moved on day by day. The headlines that...

Sandusky’s Inmates Reportedly Sing “Hey, Teacher, Leave Those Kids Alone” When Lights Go Out

<a href="" class="moshare-button-hor" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.8" data-message="Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted Friday of 45 counts of sexually abusing 10 boys. He was immediately sent to Centre County Correctional Facility, where he received a welcome fit for a prisoner of his...

Johnson Picks Penn State

When Dorian Johnson left University Park after making a visit to Penn State with his family Saturday, he wanted to talk to his high school coach the next day. After that discussion, his decision became official: Johnson committed to Penn State Sunday night.

Cup of Joe - Gregg Doyel the voice of reason?

We missed our Cup of Joe, which means we have plenty to discuss in today's edition... The calls to hand Penn State the death penalty, label the university with a lack of institutional control and stripping the entire football program are out there. They are written by lazy sportswriters lacking creativity and starving for page views who probably have an anti-Philadelphia sports...

Power-ranking Penn State's 2012 opponents

Who will be Penn State's toughest opponents in 2012? Photo: Getty Images Penn State is looking down a challenging schedule in 2012. There is no Alabama on the non-conference schedule but this could be one of the toughest non-conference schedules overall Penn State has seen in years with a road game inside ACC territory (Virginia), a rising Big East opponent coming...

So Long, Jerry Sandusky

Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was convicted Saturday on 45 of 48 counts of sexual abuse, misconduct, and a variety of other terrible, despicable, and truly heinous charges, which means that, barring an appeal miracle, the 68-year old will rot in jail until the day that he dies. And from there he will be shuttled by a chariot of flaming skulls into the kingdom...

Jerry Sandusky's Adopted Son Details Father's Abuse in Showers, While He Slept (Video)

Former Penn State defensive football coach Jerry Sandusky was found guilty on 45 out of 48 counts of child sex abuse last Friday. And that's not including how he allegedly abused his adopted son. Matt Sandusky came forward with molestation claims of his own while his adoptive father's trial was ongoing, which was not included in the trial. Now, Matt's description of the...

Transfer of Sandusky charity's assets challenged

Attorneys for three people who say they were abused by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky are asking a judge not to allow the charity he founded to transfer millions of dollars to a Texas organization. The Second Mile charity once was lauded for efforts to help at-risk youths. It's now seeking court approval to transfer many programs to Houston-based Arrow...

Sandusky Taunted In Prison With Pink Floyd

Convicted child molester and former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was reportedly taunted and harassed in prison last December during his first initial arrest. An inmate at the time, simply known as Josh, said that when the lights went out for the night the inmates would sing a line from Pink Floyd's "The Wall". Josh said, "At night we were singing...

Georgia DB "Gaines" Respect

After a solid showing at Penn State's Advanced Skills Camp, the speedster is hoping to land an offer from the Nittany Lions.

Lawyer: Sandusky says he's not guilty

A lawyer for Jerry Sandusky says the retired Penn State assistant football coach wants ''people to know that he's not guilty.''
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