Found September 19, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Penn State's acting athletic director will stay on the job as long Rodney Erickson remains the school's president. Erickson said in response to a question Wednesday at a Penn State student forum that Dave Joyner was doing an excellent job at athletics. Erickson has said he plans to step down when his contract expires in June 2014. The search for his replacement will begin in November. It was appropriate, Erickson said, for his successor to decide whether to go in another direction with athletics. Joyner replaced Tim Curley last November after Curley was charged with perjury and failure to report a crime in connection with a sexual abuse allegation against retired defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Curley, who faces trial in January, has denied the charges. He is on administrative leave. "Dr. Joyner has provided excellent leadership for our programs" and monitoring athletic integrity programs, Erickson said at the forum. "I want to have continuity ther...

"Slow to Settle" Penn State Could Face More Lawsuits

Penn State got themselves into their current mess by dragging their feet on official reporting, imposing punishment, releasing statements and publicly reacting to the entire Sandusky fiasco. You'd think if they learned anything from this it would be to react quickly and decisively. Apparently, they haven't learned anything. Sandusky's abuse has already opened...

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3-37-1 hardly makes a rivalry

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10 Minutes or Less: 1982 Penn St. vs Temple

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As Big East looms, Temple faces feared foe: PSU

Temple is one game away from beginning its long-awaited second journey into the Big East Conference. But there is quite a roadblock in the Owls' way before the league opener vs. South Florida. Penn State. The Owls have not defeated the Nittany Lions since a 14-0 victory on Oct. 18, 1941. The teams tied 7-7 in 1950. Ever since, Penn State has won the last 22 games of this lopsided...

Carrezola Recaps Stellar Day at Penn State

Neshaminy High (Langhorne, Pa.) class of 2014 tight end Luke Carrezola visited Penn State over the weekend, and things went well. He spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about his trip, which included a meeting with coach Bill O'Brien and watching the game with Penn State commit Adam Breneman.

ABC to interview Sandusky abuse case's Victim 1

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NCAA task force to oversee $60M Penn St. fine

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Friday’s Raw Event Changed, Poster for Batista’s MMA Debut

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The Mike & Mike Show

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