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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…
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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...
I still remember seeing Joe Paterno deceive the public.
In late June of last year, I was flipping through channels and I happened upon an ESPN special called, “Difference Makers: Life Lessons with Paterno and Krzyzewski,” a program that was exactly what it sounded like: Joe Pa and Coach K sitting and talking about morality, coaching, family and ethics from the saintly pedestals...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The NCAA says watching developments in the Penn State case but will defer to criminal investigators for now.
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.
Capping the worst week in school history, No. 12 Penn State couldn't overcome a 17-point deficit and was stopped short on a 4th-and-1 late in a 17-14 loss Saturday to No. 19 Nebraska. The outcome was secondary in Happy Valley.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Penn State's trip to the Alamo Bowl in 1999 has attracted the interest of Texas authorities amid allegations of child sex abuse involving a former assistant coach.
For the first time in more than four decades, the Nittany Lions are headed into battle without Joe Paterno leading them.