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Although he’s still verbally committed to Penn State, Greg Webb has decided he needs to visit a few additional schools before completely ending his recruitment.
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The last visible vestige of Joe Paterno's 46-year tenure as Penn State's head football coach is gone. University president Rod Erickson announced in a statement released at 7 a.m. Sunday morning that the seven-foot, 900-pound statue of Paterno outside Beaver Stadium would be taken down and moved into storage, calling it a "source of division and an obstacle to healing...
Here is yet another entry for the "Bad groom's cake" department. This was one comes from Darren Rovell's twitter feed. And this one might just be the winner: A Joe Paterno groom's cake.
It's hard to tell which if the worst idea here is the actual concept of a Paterno Cake. The fact it exists, or that Paterno looks like a Muppet. Luckily, this...
After former Penn State coach Joe Paterno passed away in January, cartoonist Rob Tornoe drew a cartoon of Bear Bryant welcoming Paterno into the pearly gates.
Fast forward seven months later, Tornoe updated his cartoon and this time it was less heartfelt.
Much less heartfelt.
Tornoe also wrote, "Like Sandusky in prison, Paterno is now in a place that knows how to deal...
A lot has been written about the NCAA’s role in the Penn State scandal. Technically, this incident is not expressly any sort of NCAA violation (trust me, that bylaw is coming though), it would probably fall under a “catch all” by-law that we all have become familiar with. Lack of institutional control. I’ll just go [...]
A member and former chairman of the Penn State board of trustees resigned on Thursday, becoming the first board member to do so in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Steve Garban said in a letter his presence on the board had become ''a distraction and an impediment'' to its efforts to move forward.
Garban, who had stepped down as board chairman...
According to Kimberley Jones of NFL Network, Penn State will remove the Joe Paterno statue this weekend. Bonnie Bernstein confirmed the report, saying "Penn State Board of Trustees voted on a conference call [Thursday] night to take down Joe Paterno statue. Will happen this [weekend]." Am told that Penn State plans to take down the Paterno statue this weekend.— Kimberly...
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Penn State University will remove the famed statue of Joe Paterno outside its football stadium, eliminating a key piece of the iconography surrounding the once-sainted football coach accused of burying child sex abuse allegations against a retired assistant.
The university said Sunday that it will take down the larger-than-life monument in the face of an...
The now infamous statue of Joe Paterno has been removed. It was first reported by Kimberly Jones of the NFL Network. Penn State University President Rodney Erickson released a statement early this morning: With the release of Judge Freeh’s Report of the Special Investigative Counsel, we as a community have had to confront a failure [...]
The aforementioned statue
Reports out of Happy Valley, PA indicate that Penn State and it's Board of Trustees have made the decision to take down the statue of former Head Coach and current NCAA all-time victory leader Joe Paterno.
The decision comes on the heels of the Louis Freeh report which indicated Paterno was heavily involved in what appears to be a coverup to...
In light of everything that has been revealed regarding the Sandusky incident, Penn State University has taken down legendary head coach Joe Paterno’s statue Sunday morning: Construction vehicles and police arrived shortly after dawn Sunday, barricading the street and sidewalks near the statue, erecting a chain-link fence then concealing the statue with a blue tarp. [...]
Penn State University will remove the famed statue of Joe
Paterno outside its football stadium, eliminating a key piece of
the iconography surrounding the once-sainted football coach accused
of burying child sex abuse allegations against a retired
When Central Dauphin High (Harrisburg, Pa.) linebacker Zayd Issah committed to Penn State in late June, it gave the Nittany Lions a strongside linebacker it wanted badly in the class. So, what does Penn State like about him? FOXSportsNEXT takes an in-depth look at Issah.