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Two Penn State administrators will step down, and the Board of Trustees will appoint a task force to review the university's policies of protecting children, according to a university statement late Sunday.
Athletic Director Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, interim senior vice president for finance and business, will step down, the statement said. Curley is being placed on administrative leave until his legal situation is resolved. Schultz is returning to retirement.
Curley and Schultz, who testified before a state grand jury investigating sexual-abuse charges against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, were charged with perjury and failure to report. They are scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Harrisburg. Both maintain their innocence.
Sandusky was charged Saturday with 40 counts of abuse and released on bail. His next court appearance is scheduled for Wednesday in State College.
"The board, along with the entire Penn State family, is shocked and saddened by the a...
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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — A former defensive coordinator who was integral for decades to Penn State's success in football was accused Saturday of sexually abusing eight boys, and the school's athletic director and an administrator were charged with perjury and failing to report what they knew about the allegations in ...
Hey, why wouldn't he? Sandusky, who remains free pending trial, had nothing to say when ABC News caught up with him yesterday at his home. But his choice of attire said it all. WE ARE! [@bustedcoverage] More »
Lexi Belculfine is The Daily Collegian's editor-in-chief. Belculfine appeared on CNN today to discuss the State Penn's ongoing sex scandal. Handled herself quite well. Until that last question. h/t...
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According to the New York Times, Joe Paterno's 46 year tenure at Penn State will be coming to a humiliating and dramatic ending. Pete Thamel and Mark Viera reported..
The board of trustees has yet to determine the precise timing of Paterno’s exit, but it is clear that the man who has more victories than any other coach at college football’s top level and who made Penn State...
The New York Times reports: Penn State is planning to remove Joe Paterno as football coach, possibly within days or weeks but no later than the end of the season, according to two people briefed on conversations among top university officials.
The Times's Happy Valley duo just dropped this report: "Joe Paterno's tenure as coach of the Penn State football team will soon be over, perhaps within days or weeks, in the wake of a sex-abuse scandal that has implicated university officials, according to two people briefed on conversations among the university's top officials." More on...
Penn State athletic director surrenders on charges of perjury, failure to report abuse
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State athletic director Tim Curley and school administrator Gary Schultz have stepped down amid allegations of an explosive child-sex abuse scandal and cover-up in Happy Valley.