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Yeah, this was a little too good to be true...
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett, who apparently, has nothing better to do with his time decided to take the NCAA to court over actions he claims are "unlawful" in administering the sanctions against Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Here's the press conference in its entirety...
"...the NCAA shouldn’t have sanctioned Penn State. I believe, and our suit contends, that the NCAA had no authority and operated outside of their own bylaws with these sanctions that they brought. This was a criminal matter, not a violation of NCAA rules,” Corbett said.
With all due respect, Penn State failed not only its students, supporters, student-athletes, boosters, backers, and the state itself. For the state to file an anti-trust lawsuit against the NCAA on the grounds of challenging a document that the school itself signed (which, State College will undoubtedly say was done under d...
BEST OF MAXIM
Gov. Tom Corbett said Tuesday he plans to sue the NCAA in federal court over sanctions imposed against Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.
The Republican governor scheduled a news conference for Wednesday on Penn State's campus in State College to announce the filing in U.S. District Court in Harrisburg.
The sanctions, agreed to by the university...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Piling on is one of those things you're supposed to know when you see it.
Some of us argued that's what the NCAA did back in July, when it knee-capped Penn State's program for years to come with scholarship losses and a bowl ban, then instructed the university to fork over $60 million besides. On Wednesday, Pennsylvania...
Dara Taylor had a layup with 1:26 left and No. 9 Penn State converted a late turnover into another key bucket to beat Northwestern 73-69 on Thursday night.
After Taylor skipped around a defender for the bucket and a 66-65 lead, Penn State (11-2, 1-0 Big Ten) double-teamed the Wildcats' Kelly Roser at midcourt. She lost the ball and Ariel Edwards hit a layup on the ensuing possession...
We need to come to a realization. Bill O’Brien is an NFL guy in the college game.
The success he had this year while leading Penn State through unparalleled sanctions has made him a hot commodity for many head coaching vacancies. Will most of the talk right now centers around a possible move to the NFL, we’ve also heard rumors about him and other college positions, specifically...
Penn State quarterback pledge Christian Hackenberg is impressing practice observers in preparations for Under Armour Game.
First came the revelation that the Browns have already interviewed Penn State’s coach Bill O”Brien, and then tonight the word comes that O’Brien has decided at the University-
The Browns are among several teams interviewing Chip Kelly tomorrow, including the Eagles and Bills at least.
[Related: The Browns exhaustive coaching search is refreshing]
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) --The NCAA overstepped its authority by imposing hefty sanctions on Penn State University in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett said Wednesday in announcing a federal lawsuit against the college athletics governing body.
Corbett said the university and the state have been harmed by what he called "harsh...
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Despite missing two key starters, the Penn State wrestling team dominates Southern Scuffle for a third straight year.
FOX Sports NEXT caught up with Penn State defensive line commit Garrett Sickels during U.S. Army All-American week.
A source with knowledge of Bill O'Brien's contract tells FOXSports.com that the buyout amount is closer to $19-million than the $9.2 million widely reported.
The Penn State football coach is believed to be on several NFL teams' head-coaching wish lists after leading a depleted, demoralized and NCAA-sanctioned Nittany Lions team to an 8-4 record just one year after the...
The commonwealth is seeking to have all sanctions against the Penn State football program lifted via an antitrust lawsuit.